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Type of the Series: Drama
Size of the Series: 3.6 GB
Available Quality: HDTV 720p
Film Director: Ronald D. Moore
Amount of Episodes: 13
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Claire's back in Scotland. A long time after she vanished. What's more, she is pregnant, yet just a bit. Huh? Straight to the point junks a shed, then offers to bring up the child as his own… gave she never talk about Jamie again. She concurs. In a flashback, the Frasers make an adversary - the detestable trader Le Comte St. Germain - on their first day in France.
Jamie meets Prince Charles Edward Stuart, pioneer of the Jacobite cause. Claire discovers that Jonathan "Dark Jack" Randall survived the rush at the jail and that his sibling, Alex, is right hand to the Duke of Sandringham. An exhausted and pregnant Claire starts volunteering at a philanthropy healing facility. Jamie basically embraces a youthful pickpocket named Fergus. The Frasers holler at each other a bit.
Claire and Jamie keep running into Black Jack Randall at Versailles. Jamie and Randall consent to duel, however Claire requests that her significant other set the battle aside for a year, which is time enough for Randall to father the tyke who will in the end turn into Frank's progenitor. Jamie irately concurs, yet he truly dislikes it. The Frasers tell Murtagh that Claire is a time-traveler. At the point when Jamie gets Randall attempting to assault Fergus, the duel is back on. The battle closes with Jamie's staying his sword into Black Jack's groin and Claire's swooning on the sidelines as she prematurely delivers their tyke.
Claire and Jamie's little girl, who is named Faith, is stillborn at the philanthropy healing center. Jamie is tossed in the Bastille for dueling. Claire springs him by soliciting some help from the lord. Le Comte bites the dust, and Claire is there, however it is not her deficiency. Acknowledging France was a verra, verra terrible thought by and large, the Frasers plan to come back to Scotland.
Back in Scotland, Jamie and Claire attempt to get his granddad, Lord Lovat, to bolster Charles cause; they are kinda fruitful. Laoghaire appears again and plainly is not over Jamie.
Dougal, Rupert and Angus appear prepared to battle with the Jacobite armed force, however Jamie's uncle scrapes at taking requests from his nephew. Ruler John Gray, who will be imperative next season, is presented. Claire endures World War II Psychiatric Symptoms in Older Veterans. Jacobite armed force is triumphant over the British at the Battle of Prestonpans, yet Angus kicks the bucket.
Rupert loses an eye when Jamie's camp goes under adversary fire. Claire winds up at a domain having a place with the Duke of Sandringham, who deceives her into drawing Jamie there so he can turn him over to the British. Goodness, and Mary Hawkins is staying there, as well. Claire understands that Sandringham was behind the assault/assault in Paris; this news causes Murtagh, who rides to the women salvage with Jamie, to execute the noble.
Ruler Charles proceeds, despite the fact that the armed force is going to drop. Claire keeps running into Mary, who is living with Alex Randall; Black Jack is there, also. Alex is kicking the bucket, so he asks his sibling to Mary, who is pregnant. Dark Jack in the long run concurs, yet nobody thinks the union is a smart thought. What's more, in return for facilitating Alex's affliction, Black Jack gives Claire information on British troop developments. In any case, the sovereign bungles Jamie's last conceivable chance at subverting the slaughter to come, so onto Culloden Moor we go!
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