Top 10 Immortals

Major Spoilers has posted their list of the top immortals.  To be honest, my geek rating is low because I’ve never heard of half of them …  Check it out here

8.  Connor MacLeod (The Highlander, March 1986)

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Connor MacLeod of the Clan MacLeod introduced us to the legend of The Quickening, and why it is best to keep our head on our shoulders.  A foundling, Connor later discovers his immortality when a conk on the head fails to kill him.   An outcast, MacLeod wanders the land until he settles down to live a life with his young wife. With the help of mentor Juan Sanchez Villa-Lobos Ramirez, MacLeod learns to defend himself against those who wish to take his head.

Like others on our list, MacLeod has to witness the death of loved ones, and has to change his identity every couple of decades to keep from being burned at the stake, and to keep himself hidden from other immortals who wish to gather his Quickening power.

Top 10 Immortals

Major Spoilers has posted their list of the top immortals.  To be honest, my geek rating is low because I’ve never heard of half of them …  Check it out here

8.  Connor MacLeod (The Highlander, March 1986)

Connor MacLeod of the Clan MacLeod introduced us to the legend of The Quickening, and why it is best to keep our head on our shoulders.  A foundling, Connor later discovers his immortality when a conk on the head fails to kill him.   An outcast, MacLeod wanders the land until he settles down to live a life with his young wife. With the help of mentor Juan Sanchez Villa-Lobos Ramirez, MacLeod learns to defend himself against those who wish to take his head.

Like others on our list, MacLeod has to witness the death of loved ones, and has to change his identity every couple of decades to keep from being burned at the stake, and to keep himself hidden from other immortals who wish to gather his Quickening power.

Like Slipping Into An Old Comfortable Chair …

Taking a step back from Rep Grinding with my hunter, I’ve turned to the much needed task of leveling my mage.  That’s right, he’s sat around in Stormwind disenchanting my worthless greens long enough.  Parson the Mage (tailoring and enchanting) has been dusted off and is now level 41 and well on his way to 42. 

I’ve been tinkering around in Stranglethron Vale … lord have mercy, and gained a bit of experience doing the Hallow’s End quests that involve visiting the candy-filled pumpkins in each Alliance town.  Nice, easy XP.

Right now I figured I’d focus on a few old quests that were starting to mold in his questlog.  At the moment, I’m off to gather some bolt-charged brambles from Arathi for an old Mage questline.  And I gotta say, it’s kinda nice to be playing something new after grinding some reputation …  Refreshing.

Like Slipping Into An Old Comfortable Chair …

Taking a step back from Rep Grinding with my hunter, I’ve turned to the much needed task of leveling my mage.  That’s right, he’s sat around in Stormwind disenchanting my worthless greens long enough.  Parson the Mage (tailoring and enchanting) has been dusted off and is now level 41 and well on his way to 42. 

I’ve been tinkering around in Stranglethron Vale … lord have mercy, and gained a bit of experience doing the Hallow’s End quests that involve visiting the candy-filled pumpkins in each Alliance town.  Nice, easy XP.

Right now I figured I’d focus on a few old quests that were starting to mold in his questlog.  At the moment, I’m off to gather some bolt-charged brambles from Arathi for an old Mage questline.  And I gotta say, it’s kinda nice to be playing something new after grinding some reputation …  Refreshing.