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Well i would just like to point that which is better is entirely dependent on the how strong ones healing factor is. If the healing factor is strong enough (like with Wolverine, Deadpool, and Sabertooth from Marvel Comics) and one is rendered effectively immortal (Logan the movie not withstanding) than respawning is not necessary. Besides if one dies (death normally being a very scary and thus traumatizing experience) would one really one to come back afterwards. But if one could withstand death with ones sanity intact than respawning might be an attractive option but with considerable unknown. If one dies and respawns is there a limit to the number of times one can do so. if there is than one can eventually and really die. If not than one is stuck being not so much immortal as just as cyclically mortal (that is one can die and reborn but one can never truly die and therefore one is like the phoenix of ancient mythology, living forever but perhaps never really living at all).
Hmm lets think
Immortality VIA regeneration
Here are the conditions of each
The healing factor is similar to wolverine so decapitation is can kill. Immunity to diseases is still present but u still feel pain and u can’t age.
Respawning is like Minecraft, u respawn in a bed u have slept in for 12 hours and dying of old age will let u respawn as a baby with no prior memories unlike say getting killed
What do you think?