Duncan watches helplessly as his Immortal friend Segur is killed by Martin Hyde (B20, Prodigal Son).

Duncan waits for news of Segur.


Duncan witnesses another Immortal friend die, this time to Paul Kinman, while he is a Scottish Emmissary to the court of Queen Anne. (D8, Reluctant Heroes). He also encounters Amanda again in Constantinople, and ends a busy year travelling with Connor in Ireland, where he encounters his future wife Kate for the first time (Endgame).


Duncan and Kate are married in Ireland. Connor tells him that Kate's latent Immortality can only be triggered by a violent death. Unable to contemplate an existence where Kate grows old and dies, Duncan decides to stab Kate on their wedding night so they can love each other forever. Her reaction is to run out on him - understandable considering... (Endgame).

Connor and Duncan discuss Kate's pre-Immortality


MacLeod is reunited with Fitzcairn under Westminster Abbey where Fitz is trying to assassinate George I by blowing him up, and Mac is trying to steal the Stone of Scone (E16, The Stone of Scone).

Encounters fellow Immortal Walter Reinhardt while travelling in a coach from London to Dover. (A10, Revenge is Sweet).


Duncan cradles a dead friend.

Duncan narrowly avoids death - first as an alleged poacher, and then at the hands of the Immortal (Charles Browning of York) who supposedly 'saves' him (B21, Counterfeit part one).



Duncan (right) returns to Scotland to fight for the cause of the Young Pretender, Bonnie Prince Charlie, alongside his Immortal friends Warren Cochrane and Ceirdwyn (C17, Take Back the Night; D18, Through The Glass, Darkly).


Macleod travels East in search of new pastures in the wake of the Scottish defeat.

Duncan in the mid-1740s.


Duncan in Russia in 1750.

Duncan stays with the Cossacks by the Don River in Russia for a while, but leaves in disgust when, under the command of Immortal Kristov (there's that 'K' thing again), they sack a defenceless village (C18, Testimony).
Arrives in Constantinople and saves Amanda (once again) from losing her hand (C21, Finale part one).

Duncan returns to the north coast of Africa and finds himself bargaining his life in return for that of a young boy (D15, Promises).



Serves as a guide for the British army in India (D9, The Wrath of Kali).

Duncan in 18th Century India.


Macleod is shipwrecked off the coast of Japan after marooning the Immortal captain of a ship on a desert island. He receives his katana from his rescuer who, incidentally, is forced to commit hari kiri for saving his life (C1, The Samurai; D6, Reunion).


Visits Kiem Sun in China to discover he is trying to perfect a drug designed to enhance people's strength and obedience (A3, The Road Not Taken). He then encounters Mei Ling in Mongolia, who teaches him the martial arts (C12, They Also Serve).

Duncan in France in 1783.

Returns to Europe and the Napoleonic Wars where he stays until 1816. In 1783 Duncan was guarding a French Baron during peace talks with the English when he was assassinated by the Immortal Kuyler (A14, For Evil's Sake).
Duncan is living with an English Duchess with Royal connections when he and she fall foul of Kanis and his pack of dogs (D4, Leader of the Pack).

Duncan and Terence Coventry meet for the first time, both conned by a beautiful lady. Coventry's estranged wife - and author - Carolyn Marsh later distorts the episode for use in her novel Blade of the MacLeods (E6, Dramatic License). Later that year, Mac is in France with Warren Cochrane visiting the exiled Bonnie Prince Charlie (D18, Through A Glass Darkly).


Duncan takes a student, Jean-Phillipe, who proves he's all mouth and no talent when he loses his head (D17, The Immortal Cimoli).

Fitz and Duncan are in Paris for Gina and Robert de Valincourt's 100th wedding anniversary, when Gina enlists their help to rescue Robert from the guillotine (D20, Till Death).

Duncan is boozing and cavorting with fellow Immortal (and thief) Gabriel Piton (A19, Eye of the Beholder).

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