History YMMV / HIGHLANDER

19th Dec '16 7:03:32 AM LarryMullen
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** Richie does get better over the course of the series. And the fans tend to agree that killing off Richie was the show's Jump the Shark moment.

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** Richie does get better over the course of the series. And the fans tend to agree that killing off Richie was the show's Jump the Shark moment.moment.
* {{Squick}}: At one point, to escape the titular characters of "Mountain Men" who have him at gunpoint, Duncan decides to leap off of a high cliff. The men assume that he's dead until a conversation their leader has with Tessa asserts otherwise. We then see Duncan recovering at the bottom of the ravine, with his bones gradually (and audibly) snapping back into place as his HealingFactor kicks in.
8th Dec '16 7:35:05 AM Doug86
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** Was Simon Killian a bloodthirsty maniac who ignored the WWI Armistice because he wanted one more gigantic battle? Or did he honestly believe that anything less than a total defeat would leave the door open for [[WorldWarII further bloodshed]] and was trying to prevent another war?

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** Was Simon Killian a bloodthirsty maniac who ignored the WWI Armistice because he wanted one more gigantic battle? Or did he honestly believe that anything less than a total defeat would leave the door open for [[WorldWarII [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII further bloodshed]] and was trying to prevent another war?
2nd Dec '16 3:17:53 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: In ''The Complete Watchers Guide'', Peter Wingfield points out that it is entirely possible that everything Methos has ever done on the series has been a manipulation to get Duncan into a position where he can kill him. Wingfield maintains that, while he did not personally believe this to be the case, such a revelation would not contradict anything that we know about the character, and he would have no difficulty playing it.

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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: In ''The Complete Watchers Guide'', Peter Wingfield points out that it is entirely possible that everything Methos has ever done on the series has been a manipulation [[ManipulativeBastard manipulation]] to get Duncan into a position where he can kill him. Wingfield maintains that, while he did not personally believe this to be the case, such a revelation would not contradict anything that we know about the character, and he would have no difficulty playing it.
28th Nov '16 1:56:31 PM Ragitsu
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** Was Simon Killian a bloodthirsty maniac who ignored the WWI Armistice because he wanted one more gigantic battle? Or did he honestly believe that anything less than a total defeat would leave the door open for [[World War 2 further bloodshed]] and was trying to prevent another war?

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** Was Simon Killian a bloodthirsty maniac who ignored the WWI Armistice because he wanted one more gigantic battle? Or did he honestly believe that anything less than a total defeat would leave the door open for [[World War 2 [[WorldWarII further bloodshed]] and was trying to prevent another war?
12th May '16 1:55:25 PM worldbreaker
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* OneSceneWonder: Kirk Matunas, the crazy gun toting vigilante, had no idea whom he was messing with but it doesn't change the fact that his attempt in taking down The Kurgan with an machine gun was pretty ballsy.

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* OneSceneWonder: Kirk Matunas, the crazy gun toting vigilante, had no idea whom what he was messing with walking into but it doesn't change the fact that his attempt in taking down The Kurgan with an machine gun was pretty ballsy.
12th May '16 1:55:00 PM worldbreaker
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* OneSceneWonder: Kirk Matunas, the crazy gun toting vigilante, had no idea whom he was messing with but it doesn't change the fact that his attempt in taking down The Kurgan with an machine gun was pretty ballsy.
25th Apr '16 1:23:20 PM MadJim
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** Was Simon Killian a bloodthirsty maniac who ignored the WWI Armistice because he wanted one more gigantic battle? Or did he honestly believe that anything less than a total defeat would leave the door open for [[World War 2 further bloodshed]] and was trying to prevent another war?



** Richie does get better over the course of the series. And the fans tend to agree that killing off Richie was the show's Jump the Shark moment.

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** Richie does get better over the course of the series. And the fans tend to agree that killing off Richie was the show's Jump the Shark moment.
5th Dec '15 1:09:55 PM MadJim
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* Haresh Clay and Carter Wellan.

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* ** Haresh Clay and Carter Wellan.
1st Dec '15 6:47:12 PM MadJim
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* Haresh Clay and Carter Wellan.
19th Oct '15 12:27:29 AM MadJim
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** Otavio Consone used a high quality rapier with a wavy edge. This would result in cuts that were more painful and, assuming one survived the duel, more difficult to close and heal properly. [[EvilIsPetty This sums]] [[SmugSnake Consone up]] [[MasterSwordsman perfectly.]]

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** Otavio Consone used a high quality rapier with a wavy edge.flamberge-blade rapier. This would result in cuts that were more painful and, assuming one survived the duel, more difficult to close and heal properly. [[EvilIsPetty This sums]] [[SmugSnake Consone up]] [[MasterSwordsman perfectly.]] ]]
** Damon Case's thirteenth century broadsword is the right vintage to have been used in The Crusades . . . of which Case is a veteran.
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