In the year 1750, a hero was born; Pemulwuy, an Indigenous Australian who was believed to be invincible. Despite the fact he was born with a lazy eye, he was the most agile hunter known to walk Australia. He did many heroic acts in his lifetime, not for fame, but for his country.
1788, the First Fleet make an entrance in Botany Bay. A European convict by the name of John McIntyre, Governer Philip's gamekeeper, started to kill off the Indigenous Australians. As you can tell, Pemulwuy was pissed.
RIP, not like anyone's gonna miss you mate. But in short, in 1790 Pemulwuy speared John on his first attempt, ultimately leading to his quick death.
So he killed him.
1797, Pemulwuy lead a raid on a Government farm settlement in Toongabbie, burning huts and crops.
I should've stayed in Britain
But the Aussie legend was shot and captured, carried off to a nearby prison hospital. He was chained by his wrists and ankles against a wall and left for dead. But, truth be told, Pemulwuy escaped with his chains still on his ankles.
This rose the belief that Pemulwuy was invincible against British bullets.
But sadly, Pemulwuy's fate was met when he was shot and killed in 1802 by Henry Hacking. His head was chopped off and taken back to Britain to confirm his death. His heads' location remains unknown.