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13th Nov '17 12:03:39 PM Jubileus57
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* ''VideoGame/MysteryCaseFiles'':
** In ''Return to Ravenhearst'', it is revealed that Charles Dalimar [[spoiler:created a machine that kept him alive for more than a century by using the power of other people's souls.
** In ''Broken Hour'', Jacob Huxley invented a mechanical heart that gave immortality to the people it was implanted in. To bad it went horribly wrong hen he implanted it [[spoiler:on his wife, who pretty much ''wanted'' to die, and went insane because of her new immortality.]]
7th Nov '17 4:36:41 PM MGD107
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* ''Series/{{Ghosted}}: The Cronos machine from in “The Machine”. Being a combination of [[{{Magitek}} science and magic]] it absorbs people’s life-forces and transfer them into the machine’s owner. This grants them immortality, superhuman strength and a healing factor so fast they’re practically invulnerable.

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* ''Series/{{Ghosted}}: ''Series/{{Ghosted}}'': The Cronos machine from in “The Machine”. Being Created as a combination of [[{{Magitek}} science and magic]] it absorbs people’s takes people's blood absorbing there life-forces and transfer them in the process, so they can be transferred into the machine’s owner. This grants them immortality, superhuman strength and a healing factor so fast they’re practically invulnerable. Whilst the victims age to dust.
7th Nov '17 4:35:01 PM MGD107
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*''Series/{{Ghosted}}: The Cronos machine from in “The Machine”. Being a combination of [[{{Magitek}} science and magic]] it absorbs people’s life-forces and transfer them into the machine’s owner. This grants them immortality, superhuman strength and a healing factor so fast they’re practically invulnerable.
18th Sep '17 3:17:24 AM Doug86
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* In Creator/RobertEHoward's ''Literature/ConanTheBarbarian'' story "Literature/TheTowerOfTheElephant", Yara is said to be centuries old, and immortal because of his [[MineralMacGuffin gem]], the Heart of the Elephant.

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* In Creator/RobertEHoward's ''Literature/ConanTheBarbarian'' ''Franchise/ConanTheBarbarian'' story "Literature/TheTowerOfTheElephant", Yara is said to be centuries old, and immortal because of his [[MineralMacGuffin gem]], the Heart of the Elephant.
5th Sep '17 3:51:25 AM fllthdcrb
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* ''VideoGame/AzraelsTear'' has the Holy Grail and the material it's made from, grailstone. Due to its gradual deleterious effects on the body and mind, it's not the kind you'd want to use for any length of time. And if you're exposed to too much of it and it can't sufficiently heal you, or someone ''really'' hates you, you can end up too injured to be revived but also unable to really die, or with your soul bound to some location, so you're [[AndIMustScream trapped indefinitely]]!
29th Aug '17 3:45:09 AM Someoneman
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* The ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'' episode "The Whirly-Dirly Conspiracy" takes place in a space resort covered in an immortality field. People just kill each other for fun and instantly heal from their injuries. The title "Whirly-Dirly" is a roller-coaster that briefly leaves the immortality field, allowing aliens to try and assassinate Rick, and the attempt to stop them causes the immortality field to be destroyed.
22nd Jun '17 12:53:48 PM FGHIK
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** Tirek became immortal after absorbing the contents of PandorasBox.

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** Tirek became immortal after absorbing the contents of PandorasBox.Pandora's Box.



* In ''Film/TheAgeOfAdaline'', Adaline stops aging after crashing her car during a freak snowstorm in the San Fransisco area, freezing to death in a river, then being struck by lightning.

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* In ''Film/TheAgeOfAdaline'', Adaline stops aging after crashing her car during a freak snowstorm in the San Fransisco Francisco area, freezing to death in a river, then being struck by lightning.



* In Aleksandr Zarevin's ''Lonely Gods of the Universe'', the titular "gods" are HumanAliens who have arrived to Earth thousands of years ago to escape the BigBad. One of the first things they did was plant an herb from their homeworld called ambrosia. Surprisingly, the herb grows into a plant overnight. They make a meal with ambrosia and eat it. Suddenly, they all feel excrutiating pain and faint. Some time later, they wake up, feeling better than ever. The old professor in their group has somehow become a young man again. They find out that they have become TheAgeless and have a limited HealingFactor. Unfortunately, ambrosia withers in a matter of days, although they manage to dry some of it and store it for the future (the main character ends up taking some to regrow his legs lost during a PortalCut and become immortal). The characters become the rulers/gods to the primitive humans who live on their island, turning them into a powerful civilization with a navy that establishes colonies all over the Mediterranean. They name their island Atl-antis after their home country and the hill where their palace is built Oll-ympus after their homeworld. A security guard sent with them becomes the commander of the island's armed forces. His name? Mars Ares. The island is later sunk by a comet strike.

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* In Aleksandr Zarevin's ''Lonely Gods of the Universe'', the titular "gods" are HumanAliens who have arrived to Earth thousands of years ago to escape the BigBad. One of the first things they did was plant an herb from their homeworld called ambrosia. Surprisingly, the herb grows into a plant overnight. They make a meal with ambrosia and eat it. Suddenly, they all feel excrutiating excruciating pain and faint. Some time later, they wake up, feeling better than ever. The old professor in their group has somehow become a young man again. They find out that they have become TheAgeless and have a limited HealingFactor. Unfortunately, ambrosia withers in a matter of days, although they manage to dry some of it and store it for the future (the main character ends up taking some to regrow his legs lost during a PortalCut and become immortal). The characters become the rulers/gods to the primitive humans who live on their island, turning them into a powerful civilization with a navy that establishes colonies all over the Mediterranean. They name their island Atl-antis after their home country and the hill where their palace is built Oll-ympus after their homeworld. A security guard sent with them becomes the commander of the island's armed forces. His name? Mars Ares. The island is later sunk by a comet strike.



** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaMajorasMask'': Igos du Ikana, Igos du Ikana's bodyguards, Flat, Sharp and every undead inhabitant of the Ikana Canyon revived by Skull Kid wearing the Majora's Mask and mantained alive by Twinmold.

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** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaMajorasMask'': Igos du Ikana, Igos du Ikana's bodyguards, Flat, Sharp and every undead inhabitant of the Ikana Canyon revived by Skull Kid wearing the Majora's Mask and mantained maintained alive by Twinmold.
3rd Apr '17 10:42:51 AM BeerBaron
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* ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls''
** The [[MacGuffin Mantella]] in ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIDaggerfall Daggerfall]]'' can cause this. It is an unimaginably powerful soul gem, created by Tiber Septim's Imperial Battlemage, Zurin Arctus, to power the [[RealityWarper reality warping]] [[HumongousMecha Numidium]]. It is said to contain the soul of Wulfharth Ash-King, a Shezarrine (a [[GodInHumanForm mortal incarnation]] of the "dead" creator god, Lorkhan, known as "Shezarr" to the Imperials), who managed to kill (and possibly merge himself with) Arctus with his dying breath, creating the Underking. One of the MultipleEndings is to return the Mantella to the Underking, which will [[WhoWantsToLiveForever finally allow him to die]]. Another ending is to give it to Mannimarco, the King of Worms, who will use it [[DeityOfHumanOrigin to become the God of Worms]].
** In ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind Morrowind]]'', the Heart of Lorkhan is this for the Dunmeri Tribunal, a trio of {{Physical God}}s, and their rival, [[BigBad Dagoth Ur]], who all tapped into the Heart using [[OurDwarvesAreDifferent Dwemeri]] tools to achieve godhood. As a result of the game's main quest, [[spoiler:their ties to the Heart are severed, [[NoImmortalInertia killing Dagoth Ur]] but allowing the Tribunal to survive with a trace of their divinity in tact due to the [[GodNeedsPrayerBadly faith of their followers]]]].
4th Mar '17 2:21:57 PM nombretomado
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* MarvelComics' [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ulysses_Bloodstone Ulysses Bloodstone]] is immortal because of a meteorite/gem shard stuck in his chest. At the end of his story, it gets surgically removed by some bad guys and he dies.

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* MarvelComics' Creator/MarvelComics' [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ulysses_Bloodstone Ulysses Bloodstone]] is immortal because of a meteorite/gem shard stuck in his chest. At the end of his story, it gets surgically removed by some bad guys and he dies.
4th Feb '17 12:20:59 PM kekman
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* ''Manga/TheSevenDeadlySins'' has a literal fountain of youth that makes the drinker immortal if they drink the entire fountain (which is just a cup). This is how Ban gained his immortality.
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