Immortals come from all sorts of backgrounds. Some were born into nobility, others, not so much. Sunda Kastagir escaped from slavers in his early life, but soon met up with and befriended Connor MacLeod. The two remained together for a while through the Revolutionary War until parting ways. He’ll be one of the characters that you can choose to play as in the upcoming The Highlander board game from River Horse. Check out his stats and a bit more about him below.
From the preview:
The fourth character available for play in Highlander, The Board Game is Sunda Kastigir. See below an exerpt from his all new bio written by black library author Graham McNeill!
Sunda Kastagir escaped slavers and made his way to Florida in the 1700s. Sunda learned of the modern world here and taught himself how to fight with the sword he had carried all the way from Africa. He served Montiano until 1745, when he travelled north, eventually meeting Connor MacLeod in Richmond, Virginia, on the eve of the Revolutionary War. Recognising kindred souls, the two became fast friends, fighting together during the many battles of that bitter conflict. They parted company after Connor’s drunken duel on Boston Common, and would not meet again until 1985, when the pull of the Gathering drew them both to New York City.
Kastagir’s ability may seem not entirely interesting at first glance but it can be a powerful way to deny your enemies the cards they need. Be careful however as using your ability will deplete the deck quickly, and if you aren’t ready to face your foes you might need all the time you can get!