In San Francisco, Immortal-turned-religious-leader John Kirin (Kage) pushes a man out of the path of an out-of-control car and is hit himself, "dying" in Anne's emergency room. As Anne tells his anxious followers that he didn't make it, he walks up behind her, and they believe that it is a miracle.
Duncan is appalled that an Immortal would violate the rules like that and goes looking for Kirin, who he once knew as Kage, an Immortal who always put his greed ahead of the good of mankind. Duncan and Joe don't believe in his conversion, nor does the reporter who is out to prove that Kirin is a fraud.
In flashback to 1937 Spain, Duncan is covering the Spanish Civil War with Kage, who sells out the partisans to the fascists. In flashback to 1975 Cambodia, Duncan is trying to get a group of orphans out of danger, but Kage refuses to unload his drugs from a chopper to evacuate the children.
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