Andrew Donnelly grew up in a number of orphanages in Aberdeen. There he was sexually abused for a long time, but he began to fight back at 14 years and stabbed a supervisor. For this he received three years in juvenile detention. At 17 he was released, and went to live on the streets of Aberdeen. Two years later he got into an argument with another teen and was stabbed by him. When he awoke as an immortal, he only vaguely remembered the fight. Andrew thought nothing of it. Several months later he met Warren Cochrane, who told him about his Immortality.
Through A Glass Darkly.Edit
Cochrane took him into his home. He did little jobs for Warren in and around his big house. Andrew did this mainly to get off the street. Warren, however, had bigger plans with him. Soon time it became increasingly clear that Cochrane wanted to make of Andrew an image of himself, and wanted to recruit him for his crusade for Scotland. But Andrew had nothing left over for the past and for Bonnie Prince Charlie. In April 1996 Cochrane took Andrew to the Normandy, and showed him an old inn where he had once met Bonnie Prince Charlie. There he expressed his opinion about Warren's mourning about dead history, and insulted Warren and Charlie. With this Andrew made Cochrane so angry that he beheaded him in the affections.
The common observer of Cochrane and Donnelly, Robert Neely, didn't accomplain them on this trip because his sister got married at the weekend. The two immortals wanted to be back on Sunday, and it seemed unnecessary to accompany them.