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7th Jan '17 7:12:33 PM Xelloss08
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* In ''Literature/VoidCity'', there are some beings called True Immortals. The only way they can be destroyed is if their soul is absorbed by another True Immortal; and this is rarely done, as it poses a great risk of causing mental or even physical changes to the absorbing True Immortal.
20th Oct '16 10:11:37 PM Generality
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** In ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', Zamasu achieves this by wishing on the Super Dragon Balls. Unlike Garlic Jr. who seems to be indestructible, he can be harmed but regenerates instantly. He exploits this fact in combat, allowing his partner to attack ''through'' him, knowing he'll be fine.
8th Oct '16 7:17:18 PM Maimakterion
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* In Exalted, when the [[{{EldritchAbomination}} Primordials]] were designing reality they didn't include provision for their own deaths. When the gods rose up to take Creation from them, more than a few were killed, [[{{AndIMustScream}}but didn't have a way to die]]. A lot of the threats PlayerCharacters face come down to these beings wanting reality to just end so they can finally die.
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22nd Sep '16 1:14:17 PM hamza678
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* Doomsday from DC. Stronger and tougher than Superman, has AdaptiveAbility against anything that does manage to injure him, rapidly regenerates and even if you do "kill", he can regenerate back to life. In theory, he becomes more and more this trope with time as you can't kill him the same way twice.
* Lobo. Not only does he have a HealingFactor that allows him to regenerate out of [[FromASingleCell a pool of his own blood]], he has been banned from entering either Heaven or Hell, or to be more specific, every eternal places like Valhalla.

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* Doomsday [[ComicBook/{{Superman}} Doomsday]] from DC. Stronger and tougher than Superman, has AdaptiveAbility against anything that does manage to injure him, rapidly regenerates and even if you do "kill", he can regenerate back to life. In theory, he becomes more and more this trope with time as you can't kill him the same way twice.
* Lobo.ComicBook/{{Lobo}}. Not only does he have a HealingFactor that allows him to regenerate out of [[FromASingleCell a pool of his own blood]], he has been banned from entering either Heaven or Hell, or to be more specific, every eternal places like Valhalla.
19th Sep '16 4:25:12 PM thatother1dude
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* Doctor Manhattan from ''Comicbook/{{Watchmen}}'' appears to have a solid body [[SelfConstructedBeing of his own construction]], in truth he's closer to a disembodied mind that can affect the material world [[FightingAShadow while being untouchable to everyone else]]. The only thing that slows him down is the same thing that gave him his powers, and since he already overcame that problem to begin with, it's more of a minor hindrance than anything else.

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* Doctor Manhattan from ''Comicbook/{{Watchmen}}'' appears to have a solid body [[SelfConstructedBeing of his own construction]], in truth he's closer to a [[TheDisembodied disembodied mind mind]] that can affect the material world [[FightingAShadow while being untouchable to everyone else]]. The only thing that slows him down is the same thing that gave him his powers, and since he already overcame that problem to begin with, it's more of a minor hindrance than anything else.
19th Sep '16 4:24:37 PM thatother1dude
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* Doctor Manhattan from ''Comicbook/{{Watchmen}}''. The only thing that slows him down is the same thing that gave him his powers, and since he already overcame that problem to begin with, it's more of a minor hindrance than anything else.

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* Doctor Manhattan from ''Comicbook/{{Watchmen}}''.''Comicbook/{{Watchmen}}'' appears to have a solid body [[SelfConstructedBeing of his own construction]], in truth he's closer to a disembodied mind that can affect the material world [[FightingAShadow while being untouchable to everyone else]]. The only thing that slows him down is the same thing that gave him his powers, and since he already overcame that problem to begin with, it's more of a minor hindrance than anything else.
22nd Aug '16 2:06:51 AM M84
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** Lord English achieved complete immortality [[spoiler:by smashing his own God-Tier Clock (which normally determines whether a God-Tier will die due to Heroic or Just circumstances) with the anti-time crowbar juju. It's possible that the cueball which can kill him is the same cueball that was part of his Clock's pendulum, and that is why it can negate his immortality.]]
10th Aug '16 9:47:34 AM Willbyr
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* The immortals of ''LostOdyssey'' are completely indestructible in the story -- but GameplayAndStorySegregation means they function like FromASingleCell-like immortality during gameplay (can be hurt and [[OnlyMostlyDead "killed"]] during gameplay, but revive on their own).

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* The immortals of ''LostOdyssey'' ''VideoGame/LostOdyssey'' are completely indestructible in the story -- but GameplayAndStorySegregation means they function like FromASingleCell-like immortality during gameplay (can be hurt and [[OnlyMostlyDead "killed"]] during gameplay, but revive on their own).
29th Jul '16 10:04:47 AM Morgenthaler
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* Eru from ''Literature/TheSilmarillion'' and Tolkien's other works is also this, being an {{Expy}} of {{God}} Himself. The temporal, physical world was created partly for death to exist in the first place, in order to resolve the climactic conflict between Good and Evil.

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Eru from ''Literature/TheSilmarillion'' is both timeless and Tolkien's other works is also this, non-physical, being an {{Expy}} a CrystalDragonJesus of {{God}} Himself. The temporal, physical world was created partly for death to exist in the first place, in order to resolve the climactic conflict between Good and Evil.
29th Jul '16 9:57:31 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''TheDivineComedy'': Not only God, but all souls are subjected to this kind of immortality, no matter if they are in Hell, Purgatory or Paradise. Their mileage varies about this status.

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* ''TheDivineComedy'': ''Literature/TheDivineComedy'': Not only God, but all souls are subjected to this kind of immortality, no matter if they are in Hell, Purgatory or Paradise. Their mileage varies about this status.
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