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===Literature===
 
===Literature===
 
*Tom Riddle/Voldemort (''Harry Potter''); via Horcruxes
 
*Tom Riddle/Voldemort (''Harry Potter''); via Horcruxes
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*Elixir of Life drinkers (''Harry Potter'')
 
*Melkor/Morgoth (''The Silmarillion''); via Arda itself
 
*Melkor/Morgoth (''The Silmarillion''); via Arda itself
 
*The Grey Gentlemen (''Momo''); via their cigars
 
*The Grey Gentlemen (''Momo''); via their cigars
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File:Kouka.png|Kouka (Gintama) remained immortal so long as she continues to draw from the Altana of Kouan, which is why she died when she left.
 
File:Kouka.png|Kouka (Gintama) remained immortal so long as she continues to draw from the Altana of Kouan, which is why she died when she left.
 
Lord_Voldemort.jpg|Voldemort (Harry Potter) was immortal so long as his horcruxes weren't destroyed.
 
Lord_Voldemort.jpg|Voldemort (Harry Potter) was immortal so long as his horcruxes weren't destroyed.
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File:Elixir_of_Life_(Harry_Potter).jpg|The Elixir of Life (Harry Potter) will extend the drinker's lifespan, so long as they continue to consume it, meaning they will be completely dependent on it when they age past their natural lifespan.
 
Sephiroth_(Final_Fantasy_VII).jpg|Sephiroth (Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children)
 
Sephiroth_(Final_Fantasy_VII).jpg|Sephiroth (Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children)
 
Hanatamago with Sweden and Finland.gif|Hanatamago (Hetalia) is an ageless dog as long as she is owned by Sweden and Finland, due to the fact that her owners's longevity rubs off on her. If she were to be separated from them, she would become a normal dog and age normally.
 
Hanatamago with Sweden and Finland.gif|Hanatamago (Hetalia) is an ageless dog as long as she is owned by Sweden and Finland, due to the fact that her owners's longevity rubs off on her. If she were to be separated from them, she would become a normal dog and age normally.

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"Frodo: But he was destroyed. Sauron was destroyed."
"Gandalf: No, Frodo. The spirit of Sauron endured. His life force is bound to the Ring, and the Ring survived. Sauron has returned."
― The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

The power to be immortal so long as a certain object, person, etc exists. Variation of Immortality.

Also Called

  • Immortal Link

Capabilities

The user is immortal, their existence tied to an object, soul fragments, or even a person or concepts. So long as these things exist, the user can never die.

Applications

Variations

Associations

Limitations

  • The link may only protect the user's spiritual existence, and thus may end up as a disembodied spirit upon their body's death/destruction.

Known Users

See Also: Soul Jar.

Cartoons

  • Mr. Meeseeks (Rick and Morty)

Movies

  • Charlie B. Barkin (All Dogs Go To Heaven); via his watch
  • Einon (Dragonheart); via sharing half of a dragon's heart
  • Kaulder (The Last Witch Hunter); tied to the Witch Queen's beating heart
  • Jafar (The Return of Jafar)
  • Max Winters/Yaotl (TMNT)

Literature

  • Tom Riddle/Voldemort (Harry Potter); via Horcruxes
  • Elixir of Life drinkers (Harry Potter)
  • Melkor/Morgoth (The Silmarillion); via Arda itself
  • The Grey Gentlemen (Momo); via their cigars

Live Television

  • The Man in Black (Lost); via Heart of the Island
  • Natural mermaids (Mako Mermaids); via their magic to the Moon Pool
  • Freya Mikaelson (The Originals); via Niklaus Mikaelson's life
  • Flint (Star Trek)
  • Alaric Saltzman (The Vampire Diaries); via Elena Gilbert's life

Manga/Anime

  • Royal Guard (Bleach); as long as the Soul King Palace exists for them to protect.
  • The Demon King (Doraemon: Nobita's New Great Adventure into the Underworld); via the red moon surrounding Magic Planet
  • Kouka (Gintama)
  • Utsuro (Gintama)
  • Nations (Hetalia); expect China
  • Hanatamago (Hetalia); is immortal as long as she remains owned by Sweden and Finland
  • Phantom (Marchen Awakens Romance)
  • Holo (Spice and Wolf)
  • Quon (Towa no Quon); remains absolutely immortal as long as his younger brother Towa remains sealed.
  • King Gilgamesh (Tower of Druaga: Aegis of Uruk); remains immortal as long as Druaga exists
  • 43rd Floor inhabitants (Tower of God); remain immortal as long as they remain on the 43rd Floor
  • Yumeji Fujiwara (Yumekui Merry); is immortal so long as Kyo Shiragi exists

Comics

  • Mad Hettue (DC Comics/Vertigo)
  • Ra's Al Ghul (DC Comics); via the Lazarus Pit
  • Ulysses Bloodstone (Marvel Comics); via the Bloodgem
  • Users of the Infinity Gauntlet (Marvel Comics)
  • Users of the Cosmic Cube (Marvel Comics)

Folklore/Mythology

  • Koschei the Deathless (Slavic Mythology) via a Needle hidden in an Egg, inside a Duck, inside a Hare, inside an Iron Chest, buried under a Tree on the island of Buyan.

RPGs

  • Liches (Advanced Dungeons and Dragons); via their phylacteries.

Video Games

  • Omega (Dirge of Cereberus)
  • Reaver (Fable series)
  • Sephiroth (Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children); via Geostigma/Jenova Cells
  • Scathach (Fate/Grand Order)
  • Doppelgangis (Realms of the Haunting)
  • The Deathless Ones (Rise of the Tomb Raider)
  • Jacob the Deathless Prophet (Rise of the Tomb Raider)
  • Amon (StarCraft); via his Void Crystals
  • Psi Reavers (System Shock 2)
  • Greater Psi Reaver (System Shock 2)
  • Yuyuko Saigyouji (Touhou Project)
  • Asphodelus (Valkyrie Crusade)
  • Surtr (Fire Emblem Heroes)

Web Series

Known Locations

  • Immortality Field Resort (Rick and Morty)

Gallery

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