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28th Jul '17 3:32:39 PM Brotacon
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In ''Webcomic/TemplarsOfTheShiftingVerse'' the titular Templars are immortal.

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* In ''Webcomic/TemplarsOfTheShiftingVerse'' the titular Templars are immortal.
28th Jul '17 3:31:28 PM Brotacon
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28th Jul '17 3:29:26 PM Brotacon
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In ''Webcomic/TemplarsOfTheShifingVerse'' the titular Templars are immortal.

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In ''Webcomic/TemplarsOfTheShifingVerse'' ''Webcomic/TemplarsOfTheShiftingVerse'' the titular Templars are immortal.
28th Jul '17 3:28:41 PM Brotacon
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In ''Webcomic/TemplarsOfTheShifingVerse'' the titular Templars are immortal.
24th May '17 11:23:47 AM Skylentt
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* Inverted in D.Gray-man. So far a good amount of named heroic characters have died : [[spoiler: Six ecorcists killed off screen by the Noah, Daisya, Suman, Tap, Goushi, Kiredori]]. However besides the mooks, only one villain has died. Justified in that the heroes mostly fight mooks whether they are named or not.
6th Apr '17 7:24:12 PM nombretomado
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* ''PlanescapeTorment'' follows the story of The Nameless One, who's literally immortal. With a couple of exceptions, getting killed in the game just means you'll wake up somewhere else at full health. You don't even suffer any sort of temporary penalty for dying - in fact, there are a couple of situations where you can have someone 'kill' you for profit. This is an InvertedTrope, however, as the point of the game is to find out ''why'' you can't die - and find a way ''to'' die, if possible.

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* ''PlanescapeTorment'' ''VideoGame/PlanescapeTorment'' follows the story of The Nameless One, who's literally immortal. With a couple of exceptions, getting killed in the game just means you'll wake up somewhere else at full health. You don't even suffer any sort of temporary penalty for dying - in fact, there are a couple of situations where you can have someone 'kill' you for profit. This is an InvertedTrope, however, as the point of the game is to find out ''why'' you can't die - and find a way ''to'' die, if possible.
27th Mar '17 3:43:11 PM ShiningwingX
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* ''VideoGame/LostOdyssey'' has this as a plot point. A number of your playable characters are actual immortals who have lived through a thousand years and are capable of coming back unscathed from things that would kill a normal human many times over. TheHero himself shrugs off a ''[[ColonyDrop meteor impact]]'' in the prologue alone. This is [[DeconstructedTrope heavily examined in game, however]] since most of them aren't the most emotionally stable, having become disillusioned after [[WhoWantsToLiveForever witnessing their loved ones die time and again while they remain forever young.]]
31st Jul '16 12:00:44 PM nombretomado
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* {{Superman}} is one of these, as ''ComicBook/TheDeathOfSuperman'' was just a big publicity stunt after all, albeit a good-intentioned one (to illustrate why the DCUniverse needed TheCape rather than another NinetiesAntiHero). Heck, even if they had the guts to kill off Kal-L (The original 1938 Superman) they've already announced plans to bring him back.

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* {{Superman}} is one of these, as ''ComicBook/TheDeathOfSuperman'' was just a big publicity stunt after all, albeit a good-intentioned one (to illustrate why the DCUniverse Franchise/DCUniverse needed TheCape rather than another NinetiesAntiHero). Heck, even if they had the guts to kill off Kal-L (The original 1938 Superman) they've already announced plans to bring him back.



* DCComics subverts this trope with ''ComicBook/BlackestNight'', where most of the characters they've '''ever''' killed off -- including the Earth-2 Superman -- come back... as murderous zombies. Plus, they're not really back in body and soul, just a twisted echo of the person they were.

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* DCComics Creator/DCComics subverts this trope with ''ComicBook/BlackestNight'', where most of the characters they've '''ever''' killed off -- including the Earth-2 Superman -- come back... as murderous zombies. Plus, they're not really back in body and soul, just a twisted echo of the person they were.
2nd Jan '16 9:50:27 AM nombretomado
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* In ''{{Solatorobo}}'' Red is sacrificed to awaken a HumongousMecha that will [[OmnicidalManiac destroy the world]], then a couple minutes later he gets back up, [[UnexplainedRecovery no explanation]].
* ''Nippon Ichi'' really likes this. They use it just about every game in the Disgaea series.

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* In ''{{Solatorobo}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Solatorobo}}'' Red is sacrificed to awaken a HumongousMecha that will [[OmnicidalManiac destroy the world]], then a couple minutes later he gets back up, [[UnexplainedRecovery no explanation]].
* ''Nippon Ichi'' Creator/NipponIchi really likes this. They use it just about every game in the Disgaea series.
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