Michel de Burgoyne was raised as an adopted son of a middle-class family in the duchy of Burgundy. He died his first death in 1461, when he drowned while crossing a river. In the following decades, Michel de Burgoyne lived by his sword, he was hired by anyone who paid him. Although he was only a mediocre, albeit arrogant swordsman, he went all out battles with immortals as the winner. In 1670, Michel de Burgoyne is held in Scotland. There he challenged Duncan MacLeod. They fought and lost his head to MacLeod.