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My Immortals Series: A Box Set - Kindle edition by Carolyn.


An Immortal is one of a group of fictional characters seen in the movies and series of the Highlander franchise. Since they are immune to disease and stop aging after becoming Immortals, they can live forever and die only when they are beheaded .

The Immortals were first introduced in Highlander in 1986. They were created by script writer Gregory Widen who, according to Bill Panzer , producer of the Highlander franchise, "was a student at film school, and he wrote this as his writing class project. (...) He was apparently travelling through Scotland on his summer vacation and he was standing in front of a suit of armor, and he wondered, 'What would it be like if that guy was alive today?' And that's where everything fell into place — the idea that there are Immortals and they were in conflict with each other, leading secret lives that the rest of us are unaware of." [1]

In the Highlander universe, the origin of the Immortals is unknown. Panzer states, "We don't know where they come from. Maybe they come from the Source." [2] It is not known yet what the Source actually is. An attempt to explain the origin of the Immortals was made in the theatrical version of Highlander II: The Quickening (1991), which revealed that Immortals are aliens from the planet Zeist. This was edited out of the 1995 director's cut , Highlander II: The Renegade Version , in which the Immortals are from Earth, but from a distant past. Neither of the two versions is mentioned in later movies or the television series .

Wherever they come from, the Highlander franchise assumes that there have always been Immortals on Earth, well before the beginning of civilization. In the first film, Ramírez's narrative starts, "From the dawn of time we came; moving silently down through the centuries, living many secret lives..." and in Highlander: Endgame , Connor's narrative says, "In the days before memory, there were the Immortals. We were with you then, and we are with you now."

The Immortals do not live as a united people on a territory of their own, but are scattered around the world and across history. The only bond between them are oral traditions called the Rules transmitted from teacher to student. [4] The creator of the Rules is unknown. The Rules are never enumerated, like a body of laws, but they are quoted according to the circumstances. They are taught to newborn Immortals by Immortal mentors called First Teachers (see below). The main Rules are:

Creative Consultant David Abramowitz says, "When you do a show like this [ Highlander: The Series ], what you do is you make up a lot of it as you go along. The fans used to ask, 'Do you know all the rules from the beginning?' and it's just like in life: You don't know any of the rules. You make them up as you go along and you try your best to be consistent and so that no one turns around, and says, 'Wait a minute, you're cheating!' Because that's one thing we didn't want to do. We didn't want to ever cheat." [5]

Immortals are eternal beings who have consumed the Immortal Elixir and gained supernatural powers of eternal life, otherworldly beauty, psychic abilities, and superhuman strength. They must drink the Elixir daily, lest they will begin to age and ultimately die.

The Elixir bestows immortality as well as a variety of unique qualities and abilities that set Immortals above humans an a variety of ways.

An Immortal is one of a group of fictional characters seen in the movies and series of the Highlander franchise. Since they are immune to disease and stop aging after becoming Immortals, they can live forever and die only when they are beheaded .

The Immortals were first introduced in Highlander in 1986. They were created by script writer Gregory Widen who, according to Bill Panzer , producer of the Highlander franchise, "was a student at film school, and he wrote this as his writing class project. (...) He was apparently travelling through Scotland on his summer vacation and he was standing in front of a suit of armor, and he wondered, 'What would it be like if that guy was alive today?' And that's where everything fell into place — the idea that there are Immortals and they were in conflict with each other, leading secret lives that the rest of us are unaware of." [1]

In the Highlander universe, the origin of the Immortals is unknown. Panzer states, "We don't know where they come from. Maybe they come from the Source." [2] It is not known yet what the Source actually is. An attempt to explain the origin of the Immortals was made in the theatrical version of Highlander II: The Quickening (1991), which revealed that Immortals are aliens from the planet Zeist. This was edited out of the 1995 director's cut , Highlander II: The Renegade Version , in which the Immortals are from Earth, but from a distant past. Neither of the two versions is mentioned in later movies or the television series .

Wherever they come from, the Highlander franchise assumes that there have always been Immortals on Earth, well before the beginning of civilization. In the first film, Ramírez's narrative starts, "From the dawn of time we came; moving silently down through the centuries, living many secret lives..." and in Highlander: Endgame , Connor's narrative says, "In the days before memory, there were the Immortals. We were with you then, and we are with you now."

The Immortals do not live as a united people on a territory of their own, but are scattered around the world and across history. The only bond between them are oral traditions called the Rules transmitted from teacher to student. [4] The creator of the Rules is unknown. The Rules are never enumerated, like a body of laws, but they are quoted according to the circumstances. They are taught to newborn Immortals by Immortal mentors called First Teachers (see below). The main Rules are:

Creative Consultant David Abramowitz says, "When you do a show like this [ Highlander: The Series ], what you do is you make up a lot of it as you go along. The fans used to ask, 'Do you know all the rules from the beginning?' and it's just like in life: You don't know any of the rules. You make them up as you go along and you try your best to be consistent and so that no one turns around, and says, 'Wait a minute, you're cheating!' Because that's one thing we didn't want to do. We didn't want to ever cheat." [5]

Immortals are eternal beings who have consumed the Immortal Elixir and gained supernatural powers of eternal life, otherworldly beauty, psychic abilities, and superhuman strength. They must drink the Elixir daily, lest they will begin to age and ultimately die.

The Elixir bestows immortality as well as a variety of unique qualities and abilities that set Immortals above humans an a variety of ways.

My Immortal is a Harry Potter -inspired fanfiction that is centered around Ebony “Enoby” Dark’ness Dementia Raven Way, a 17-year-old vampire who attends the “Hogwarts School” in England. Upon its digital publication in 2006, the story became notoriously known as “the worst fanfiction ever written” for its large number of spelling and grammatical errors, as well as unwarranted depictions of sexual acts and allusions to popular emo rock bands such as My Chemical Romance and Evanescence . As a result, My Immortal has led to a series of copycat fanfictions and dramatic readings of the original manuscript.

In 2006, a Fanfiction.net user named Tara Gillesbie (a.k.a “XXXbloodyrists666XXX”) submitted the first installment of her story titled My Immortal , which follows a female protagonist named “Ebony Dark’ness Dementia Raven Way” and a wayward storyline that is supposedly set in Hogwarts from the Harry Potter series, albeit without any similarities in characters or plot. After the author engaged in an ugly flamewar with a swarm of trolls , the story was eventually removed from the site by the staff, however, not before accumulating more than 8,000 negative reviews.

Most readers and users of Fanfiction.net refused to take My Immortal as a serious work of fanfiction, and believed Tara was blatantly trolling. The large number of spelling errors appeared to be intentional to some, and it used many cliches of poorly written fanfiction. A fanfiction.net user “TheBatman” wrote a confession claiming that he co-wrote the story. The confession has since been deleted, but a transcript has been posted online. [1]

On November 21st, 2006, Tara’s Fanfiction.net account was hacked by another author who proceeded to conclude the story herself. The hacker shared her own version of the story’s ending in a post titled Chapter 39 , while simultaneously leaking Tara’s original version of Chapter 39 . In the following months, Tara managed to recover her Fanfiction.net account and continued onwards with her My Immortal series up to _Chapter 44 until July 2007, when Tara reportedly took a leave of absence to go on vacation in England. Tara has yet to resume updating her series since then.

On May 23rd, 2013, the YouTube channel MyImmortalWebSeries was launched. Between June and July, the channel released two separate promotional trailers for its forthcoming web series titled My Immortal , starring a young woman dressed in gothic clothes. On July 15th, the pilot episode of My Immortal finally debuted on YouTube.

We started tiling of each other’s cloves fevently. He took of my blak thong and my black leather bar. I took of his black boxers. Then……………………… he put his trobbing you-know-what in my tool sexily.

An Immortal is one of a group of fictional characters seen in the movies and series of the Highlander franchise. Since they are immune to disease and stop aging after becoming Immortals, they can live forever and die only when they are beheaded .

The Immortals were first introduced in Highlander in 1986. They were created by script writer Gregory Widen who, according to Bill Panzer , producer of the Highlander franchise, "was a student at film school, and he wrote this as his writing class project. (...) He was apparently travelling through Scotland on his summer vacation and he was standing in front of a suit of armor, and he wondered, 'What would it be like if that guy was alive today?' And that's where everything fell into place — the idea that there are Immortals and they were in conflict with each other, leading secret lives that the rest of us are unaware of." [1]

In the Highlander universe, the origin of the Immortals is unknown. Panzer states, "We don't know where they come from. Maybe they come from the Source." [2] It is not known yet what the Source actually is. An attempt to explain the origin of the Immortals was made in the theatrical version of Highlander II: The Quickening (1991), which revealed that Immortals are aliens from the planet Zeist. This was edited out of the 1995 director's cut , Highlander II: The Renegade Version , in which the Immortals are from Earth, but from a distant past. Neither of the two versions is mentioned in later movies or the television series .

Wherever they come from, the Highlander franchise assumes that there have always been Immortals on Earth, well before the beginning of civilization. In the first film, Ramírez's narrative starts, "From the dawn of time we came; moving silently down through the centuries, living many secret lives..." and in Highlander: Endgame , Connor's narrative says, "In the days before memory, there were the Immortals. We were with you then, and we are with you now."

The Immortals do not live as a united people on a territory of their own, but are scattered around the world and across history. The only bond between them are oral traditions called the Rules transmitted from teacher to student. [4] The creator of the Rules is unknown. The Rules are never enumerated, like a body of laws, but they are quoted according to the circumstances. They are taught to newborn Immortals by Immortal mentors called First Teachers (see below). The main Rules are:

Creative Consultant David Abramowitz says, "When you do a show like this [ Highlander: The Series ], what you do is you make up a lot of it as you go along. The fans used to ask, 'Do you know all the rules from the beginning?' and it's just like in life: You don't know any of the rules. You make them up as you go along and you try your best to be consistent and so that no one turns around, and says, 'Wait a minute, you're cheating!' Because that's one thing we didn't want to do. We didn't want to ever cheat." [5]


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