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21st Nov '16 8:10:39 PM Specialist290
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21st Nov '16 8:10:23 PM Specialist290
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23rd Oct '16 10:14:58 AM Morgenthaler
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* '''How to undo immortality?'''
** MortalityEnsues
9th Feb '16 9:57:57 AM sparkles38
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One of the oldest of human desires is to counteract [[WeAreAsMayflies the fleeting nature of our short human existence]]. Eternal life is ingrained in the collective human consciousness, having been present in literature and myths for [[OlderThanDirt as long as they've been around]]. Literally. ''Literature/TheEpicOfGilgamesh'' (the oldest heroic epic known to the modern world) is, in large part, about the titular character's search for a way to live forever.

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One of the oldest of human desires is to counteract [[WeAreAsMayflies the fleeting nature of our short human existence]]. Yes, we don't live forever. People and animals change as they age, and eventually catch disease and die.

Eternal life is ingrained in the collective human consciousness, having been present in literature and myths for [[OlderThanDirt as long as they've been around]]. Literally. ''Literature/TheEpicOfGilgamesh'' (the oldest heroic epic known to the modern world) is, in large part, about the titular character's search for a way to live forever.
21st Nov '15 8:54:20 AM 082122712641
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** This trope = The Ageless + NighInvulnerability

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** This trope = The Ageless + NighInvulnerability
NighInvulnerability UpToEleven



** The Ageless + FromASingleCell

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** The Ageless + FromASingleCell
18th Sep '15 8:35:22 PM Scrounge
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* '''How to become immortal?''' - Methods by which a mortal character can actively cheat death. Key word being ''actively'', once the method is stopped or reversed, they become mortal again.

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* '''How to become immortal?''' - Methods by which a mortal character can actively cheat death. Key word being ''actively'', once the method is stopped or reversed, they either die or become mortal again.
10th Jul '15 1:30:18 PM TheUnknownUploader
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** This trope = TheAgeless + NighInvulnerability

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** This trope = TheAgeless The Ageless + NighInvulnerability
10th Jul '15 1:29:23 PM TheUnknownUploader
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** This trope = The Ageless + NighInvulnerability

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** This trope = The Ageless TheAgeless + NighInvulnerability
7th Jun '15 5:51:09 PM ShinyTsukkomi
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One of the oldest of human desires is to counteract [[WeAreAsMayflies the fleeting nature of our short human existence]]. Eternal life is ingrained in the collective human consciousness, having been present in literature and myths for [[OlderThanDirt as long as they've been around]]. Literally. TheEpicOfGilgamesh (the oldest heroic epic known to the modern world) is, in large part, about the titular character's search for a way to live forever.

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One of the oldest of human desires is to counteract [[WeAreAsMayflies the fleeting nature of our short human existence]]. Eternal life is ingrained in the collective human consciousness, having been present in literature and myths for [[OlderThanDirt as long as they've been around]]. Literally. TheEpicOfGilgamesh ''Literature/TheEpicOfGilgamesh'' (the oldest heroic epic known to the modern world) is, in large part, about the titular character's search for a way to live forever.
18th Mar '15 4:50:18 AM LondonKdS
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** BornAgainImmortality
** ResurrectiveImmortality

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** BornAgainImmortality
BornAgainImmortality - if the character's mind or spirit is transferred to a new-born child, as in traditional reincarnation.
** ResurrectiveImmortalityResurrectiveImmortality - if the character simply comes back to life uninjured, exactly as they were.
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