- "That is not dead which can eternal lie, And with strange aeons even death may die."
- ― H.P Lovecraft
- "Life without you isn't a miracle, its a curse. Unless you return to work, people will suffer and never die."
- ― Jay Ferguson talking to Death (The Twilight Zone)
- "Everything dies. It is good that everything dies. I want to die when you die. Do not let him enchant me, do not let him make me immortal."
- ― Lady Amalthea (The Last Unicorn)
- Cursed/Damned Immortality
- Necropsy Rite
- Negative Immortality
User can remove the death of anyone or anything, including all aspects of death, forcing them to stay alive regardless of pain, infirmity, medical conditions or anything else. Even when someone is supposed to have died they would remain alive, but would continually rot and decay from the inside until they are rendered immobile, but they will still remain alive and conscious, regardless.
Unlike Immortality, in which users are kept in their original condition and status unchanged by the passage of time, this power only removes death, so affected targets still feel and experience the passage of time, but they will never gain any respite. Also, whatever problems they had before will remain.
- Death Negation
- Immortality Manipulation
- Life and Death Manipulation
- Stagnation Embodiment
- Weak against Eternal Rest Inducement.
- Unavertable Death can kill the user.
- Removing death may cause life to grow without limit, leading to a Total Event Collapse.
See Also: Who Wants To Live Forever.
- Phantom Train (Final Fantasy: Dawn of Souls)
- Lord Mar-Vell (Marvel Comics); via Necropsy Rite
- Nameless One (Planescape: Torment)
- Ravel Puzzlewell (Planescape: Torment)
- God (Sunday Without God)
- Death (The Twilight Zone)
- Elixir of Life (Death Becomes Her)