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*'''Revivification:''' The power in which one regains life and consciousness whenever they die.
 
*'''Revivification:''' The power in which one regains life and consciousness whenever they die.
 
*'''Quick Reincarnation:''' The power to be immediately reincarnated following "death"; can result in gaining powers in relation to how the user previously died.
 
*'''Quick Reincarnation:''' The power to be immediately reincarnated following "death"; can result in gaining powers in relation to how the user previously died.
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*'''Invincibility:''' Cannot be harmed in any way or form, therefore death is omitted.
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*'''Death:''' No body to destroy. The soul, one that is not of a physical being, does not inherit physical characteristics, such as concepts of destruction, therefore cannot be destroyed. Most common form of immortality.
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*'''Resurrection''' Death is omitted. Injuries may be inflicted, but complete annihilation is impossible.
   
 
==Known Users==
 
==Known Users==

Revision as of 02:53, December 5, 2010

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The power in which one is unable to die. In many novels or other fictional stores, this power is coveted by the primary antagonist, in which the main character must stop him from obtaining it.

Capability

The user can never die. Although the user still experiences pain and injuries, mortal wounds result in the user becoming unconscious until injuries are tended upon, but their body will never rot.

Associations

Limits

  • Submitting into effects from a black hole are highly unknown.
  • Can't overcome the End of Time, unless the form of immortality is absolute.

Universal differences

In some ways Immortality just means that one could never die of old age or sickness. The norse gods for example ate golden apples that prevented them from aging, though they could still die (Ragnorok caused the deaths of Odin, Thor, Balder, and several other gods. in mythology.

Variations

Some may only possess the power of:

  • Revivification: The power in which one regains life and consciousness whenever they die.
  • Quick Reincarnation: The power to be immediately reincarnated following "death"; can result in gaining powers in relation to how the user previously died.
  • Invincibility: Cannot be harmed in any way or form, therefore death is omitted.
  • Death: No body to destroy. The soul, one that is not of a physical being, does not inherit physical characteristics, such as concepts of destruction, therefore cannot be destroyed. Most common form of immortality.
  • Resurrection Death is omitted. Injuries may be inflicted, but complete annihilation is impossible.

Known Users

  • God (Christianity/Judaism/Islam)
  • Various Deities
  • Thanos (Marvel Comics)
  • Mr. Immortal (Marvel Comics)
  • Doomsday (DC Comics, via Reactive Adaptation)
  • Hidan (Naruto)
  • Primus (Transformers) Has an Indestructible Spark.
  • Unicron (Transformers) Same as his Brother.
  • Starscream (G1 Transformers)
  • Rampage (Transformers: Beast Wars) Same as Primus and Unicron.
  • Captain Jack Harkness (Doctor Who, Torchwood) Dies and then is revived a few minutes later.
  • Vandal Savage (DC Comics)
  • Immortal Man (DC Comics)
  • Resurrection Man (DC Comics) (Vandal Savage is the arch-enemy of both)
  • Alucard (Hellsing)
  • Nathan Young (Misfits)
  • Garlic Jr( dragon ball z) wished for immortality with dragon balls
  • professer Ivo( dc comics via serum)
  • Kenny McGormick AKA Mysterion (from South Park)
  • Thor (Marvel and Norse mythology)
  • Loki (Marvel and Norse mythology)
  • Enchantress (Marvel and Norse mythology)
  • Zeus (Percy Jackson)
  • Atlas (Percy Jackson)
  • Chiron (Percy Jackson)
  • Artemis (Percy Jackson)
  • Gaea (Heroes of Olympus)
  • Voldemort (Harry Potter, formely by Horcrux's)
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