We hate grammatical errors with passion. Learn More. Aside from being accurate in quoting from Highlander I had never really given much thought to the construction of this phrase, but I recently overheard a discussion in which one of the protagonists was adamant that there is a subtle difference in meaning between the two versions. His reasoning was beyond me and I will not repeat it here for fear of tainting your views, however it did pique my curiosity. Interesting question.
The quest starts from a notice board and is rather short, but gives you one of the best silver swords in the game. Head to the small lake Lac Celavy with a donut shaped island in the middle, north-west of Beauclair. On the north side of the island you will find a set of five stones, one each for the five chivalric virtues of Toussaint. At the smaller lake within a lake you will find a hermit and that you can walk on water. If your Geralt has demonstrated each of the virtues you will be invited to fight the hermit to win the sword beneath the lakes surface. Upon winning the fight the hermit heads beneath the water and returns with the sword, in true form as the Lady of the Lake. Aerondight, the sword you receive, is a relic silver sword which increases damage with each blow it lands in a fight. Give him 5 crowns for his trouble.
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Highlander is a British fantasy action - adventure film directed by Russell Mulcahy and based on a story by Gregory Widen. The film chronicles the climax of an ages-old battle among immortal warriors, depicted through interwoven past and present-day storylines. Immortals wage a secret war, the victors absorbing the Quickening of those they behead, and one day the "Gathering" will happen when the last few will fight for "the Prize": enough power and knowledge to enslave humanity. Becoming a skilled warrior, the Scottish Highlander lives for several centuries, eventually settling in New York City. In , with only a few immortals left alive, it is finally the time of the Gathering and MacLeod must make sure the Prize is not won by his oldest enemy, the murderous Kurgan Clancy Brown. Nevertheless, it became a cult film and inspired film sequels and television spin-offs. Its tagline, "There can be only one", has carried on, as have the songs provided for the film by the rock band Queen.
With its multiple Queen songs, sword fights, and Sean Connery playing a character with four last names, Highlander is a great little film from the mids. For some reason, throughout the centuries, all the immortals have to fight each other to the death. The last immortal gets something called the Prize. So, the plot of Highlander is basically a centuries-long version of Survivor with broadswords. He is killed by the evil, tacky makeup-rocking immortal Kurgan, who also murdered Connor's wife.