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" Hey, Wild Bill, you still own this dump?"
"Cole?! Good Lord, man. You STILL look like a punk kid!!"
"Clean living, bud."
― Cole Cash and Wild Bill (Wildstorm/DC Comics)
"A General!? You liar!! How the hell can some little kid like you be a General?!"
"You're quite rude to keep calling me a brat. Even if I look like this, I'm in my 30s, you know."
― Ri Shin and Rin Ko (Kingdom Vol.19)

The ability to age slower and live longer than normal members of your species, though not to the superhuman level. Sub-power of Peak Human Condition. Real-world version of Decelerated Aging and lesser version of Longevity.

Also Called

  • Exceptional Aging Process
  • Peak Human Extended Lifespan
  • Peak-Human Level of Longevity
  • Peak Human Vitality

Capabilities

Users with this ability are at the peak of human conditioning. For this very reason, they age slower than normal members of their species due to having extremely healthy cells, without the superhuman level, extending their lifespan. They could live up to decades with no signs of aging since this ability is at peak human level. Also, this power would activate when the user is in his/her young-adult years and they'd look twenty-years to even a hundred times younger. For example, the users can be around 70 years old, yet they appear to be in their 30s. The maximum lifespan a human can reach is 140-250 years.

If users that are enhanced were to "super-charge" this ability, then they would achieve the superhuman version of this ability (the user could gain immortality if the augmentation is powerful enough), meaning that users can live over thousands of years old without any signs of aging.

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Limitations

  • Enemies who can control the physical age or biological cells of others; therefore, becoming highly dangerous if the Peak-Human victim is originally elderly.
  • When users reach the elderly stage of their lifespan, this ability will automatically deactivate.

Known Users

  • Honest (Akame Ga Kill!)
  • Kenshin Himura (Rurouni Kenshin)
  • Hiko Seijūrō XIII (Rurouni Kenshin)
  • Bruce Wayne/Batman (DC Comics)
  • Kiriya Ubuyashiki (Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba); in final
  • Bulma Briefs (Dragon Ball Series)
  • Krillin (Dragon Ball Series)
  • Christoph Nord/Maverick/Agent Zero (Marvel Comics)
  • Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow (Marvel Comics); via Red Room's Super Super Serum
  • Isaiah Bradley (Marvel Comics); via Super Soldier Serum
  • Steve Rogers (Marvel Comics); via Super Soldier Serum
  • Nick Fury (Marvel Comics); via Infinity Formula
  • Frank Castle/Punisher (Marvel Comics)
  • Josiah al hajj Saddiq/Justice (Marvel Comics)
  • Elijah Bradley/Patriot (Marvel Comics); via Super Soldier Serum
  • Snake Eyes (G.I. Joe)
  • Storm Shadow (G.I. Joe)
  • Uzumaki Clan (Naruto)
  • Senju Clan (Naruto)
  • Vasco Strada (Highschool DxD)
  • Stick (Marvel Cinematic Universe)
  • Crimson Commando (Marvel Comics)
  • Mikumo Kushinada (Kenichi: The Mightiest Disciple)
  • Rin Ko (Kingdom)
  • Bi Ki, Queen Mother (Kingdom)
  • Rei Ou (Kingdom)
  • Master Wang Fu (Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir)
  • The Immortal Weapons (Marvel Comics)
  • Helmut Zemo (Marvel Comics); via Compound X Serum
  • Heinrich Zemo (Marvel Comics); via Compound X Serum
  • Cole Cash/The Grifter (Wildstorm/DC Comics); via Gen Factor
  • Vigo the Carpathian (Ghostbusters II)
  • Grandpa Sawyer (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre)

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