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18th Feb '18 11:47:57 AM nombretomado
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* Ritual from {{Repairman Jack}} novel ''The Haunted Air''. [[PoweredByAForsakenChild A living child heart has to be eaten between summer solstice and the autumnal equinox every year.]] After 29 times user stops aging and becomes immune to harm and diseases for as long as ritual is kept up. [[NoImmortalInertia Else...]]

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* Ritual from {{Repairman Literature/{{Repairman Jack}} novel ''The Haunted Air''. [[PoweredByAForsakenChild A living child heart has to be eaten between summer solstice and the autumnal equinox every year.]] After 29 times user stops aging and becomes immune to harm and diseases for as long as ritual is kept up. [[NoImmortalInertia Else...]]
12th Feb '18 6:25:33 AM MasterFuzzy
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* The Time Stone did this to [[spoiler: Stephen Strange]] in the backstory of ''FanFic/ChildOfTheStorm,'' as well as making him a true TimeMaster. Even he isn't entirely sure why.



** Then there's the Time Vortex, which can do virtually anything. When Rose absorbs it, she uses it to revive the recently-killed Captain Jack Harkness. However, since she is an inexperienced "Time Goddess", she ends up reviving him ''permanently'' (essentially setting his "revive" setting to "always on"). Nothing can kill him (unless [[spoiler:a giant vagina in Earth makes him mortal again, overriding the Time Vortex]]).

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** Then there's the Time Vortex, which can do virtually anything. When Rose absorbs it, she uses it to revive the recently-killed Captain Jack Harkness. However, since she is an inexperienced "Time Goddess", she ends up reviving him ''permanently'' (essentially setting his "revive" setting to "always on"). Nothing can kill him (unless [[spoiler:a giant vagina in Earth (except for [[spoiler: the Blessing which makes him mortal again, overriding the Time Vortex]]).Vortex, or rather flip-flopping it: Everyone else gets his immortality and Jack becomes temporarily mortal]]). He also may die about five trillion years in the future, depending on whether or not he actually is [[spoiler: the Face of Boe]].
8th Feb '18 11:41:41 PM Sandangel89
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** 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.]]

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** 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.
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 when he implanted it [[spoiler:on [[spoiler: on his wife, who pretty much ''wanted'' to die, and went insane because of her new immortality.]]
17th Dec '17 3:34:34 AM Scorntex
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* ''ComicBook/{{Royals}}:'' Primagen can, in addition to supercharging the powers of any Inhuman who touches it, can boost their lifespan by several thousand years. [[spoiler:Maximus manages to live fifty thousand years thanks to being exposed to a tiny sliver.]]
3rd Dec '17 11:13:04 PM PhantomRider
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** At the end of Series 9, [[spoiler: Clara Oswald]] is rendered immortal as a result of being extracted from time a moment before her death. Most of her body processes are frozen (though she can still think, move around, express emotion and cry and even drink) and she no longer ages. However, this status is indicated as only being temporary until such a time that she eventually returns to the time and place of her death, which she must do at some point in order to keep the universe from collapsing.

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** At the end of Series 9, [[spoiler: Clara Oswald]] is rendered immortal as a result of being extracted from time a moment before her death. Most of her body processes are frozen (though she can still think, move around, express emotion and cry and even drink) and she no longer ages. However, this status is indicated as only being temporary until such a time that - if she eventually returns to the time and place doesn't die as history marks, a RealityBreakingParadox will result, but nothing says it can't be after spending hundreds, thousands, or even millions of her death, which she must do at some point in order to keep years of tooling around the universe from collapsing.in her time-displaced state.



* ''Series/{{Ghosted}}'': The Cronos machine from in “The Machine”. Created as a combination of [[{{Magitek}} science and magic]] it takes people's blood absorbing there life-forces 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.

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* ''Series/{{Ghosted}}'': The Cronos machine from in “The Machine”. Created as a combination of [[{{Magitek}} science and magic]] magic]], it takes people's blood [[ThePowerOfBlood blood]], absorbing there life-forces their LifeEnergy in the process, so they it can be transferred into the machine’s owner. This grants them immortality, the owner {{immortality}}, [[SuperStrength superhuman strength strength]], and a healing factor HealingFactor so fast they’re practically invulnerable. Whilst invulnerable, whilst the victims [[RapidAging age to dust.dust]].
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]]!
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