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30th May '16 5:36:56 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* ''TrinityBlood'': The Methuselah/vampires (300+ years) and Kresnik (haven't aged in over a millennium).

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* ''TrinityBlood'': ''LightNovel/TrinityBlood'': The Methuselah/vampires (300+ years) and Kresnik (haven't aged in over a millennium).
25th May '16 12:28:59 AM M84
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* [[Creator/LeonardNimoy King Kashekhim Nedakh]] of {{Atlantis}}, from Disney's ''Disney/AtlantisTheLostEmpire'', is actually tens of thousands of years old, but dies somewhere in the year 1914, because that's when his film's events take place.

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* [[Creator/LeonardNimoy King Kashekhim Nedakh]] of {{Atlantis}}, from Disney's ''Disney/AtlantisTheLostEmpire'', is actually tens of thousands of years old, but dies somewhere in the year 1914, because that's when his film's events take place. And even then, it's not a natural death -- he dies because the BigBad punched him hard in the gut, inflicting internal injuries.
15th May '16 10:15:14 PM KantonKage
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** Hit from ''Anime/DragonballSuper'', tells Goku that he's a thousand years old.
14th May '16 3:40:07 AM Doug86
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* The drow and other fae in ''{{Webcomics/Drowtales}}'' are ''technically'' not immortal but stop aging at the human equivalent of 30 years old as long as they have a sufficient mana supply (otherwise they start aging much as a human would and can eventually die) since it's stated that fae do have a finite lifespan, with evidence pointing to it being somewhere within the range of 1,000 years. Most never get close to this and die long before then.

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* The drow and other fae in ''{{Webcomics/Drowtales}}'' ''Webcomic/{{Drowtales}}'' are ''technically'' not immortal but stop aging at the human equivalent of 30 years old as long as they have a sufficient mana supply (otherwise they start aging much as a human would and can eventually die) since it's stated that fae do have a finite lifespan, with evidence pointing to it being somewhere within the range of 1,000 years. Most never get close to this and die long before then.
26th Apr '16 11:40:31 PM Diask
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* There are several races in the WarcraftExpandedUniverse whose lifespans are unknown aside from "''much'' longer than humans." Suffice to say that there are [[ProudScholarRace draenei]] still living who still remember getting the hell outta Argus...''twenty-five thousand years ago''.

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* The various Mer (elven) races in ''{{Franchise/The Elder Scrolls}}'' games can easily live into the triple digits, with a few managing to live into the thousands, though it's noted these are outliers. The Tribunal of Morrowind was at least several thousand years old by the time of ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind'', but this was explicitly a result of them gaining divinity. On the more natural side Queen Barenziah of Morrowind was known to have lived into her 400s by the time of her (presumed) death.

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* The various Mer (elven) races in ''{{Franchise/The Elder Scrolls}}'' ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' games can easily live into the triple digits, with a few managing to live into the thousands, though it's noted these are outliers. The Tribunal of Morrowind was at least several thousand years old by the time of ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind'', but this was explicitly a result of them gaining divinity. On the more natural side Queen Barenziah of Morrowind was known to have lived into her 400s by the time of her (presumed) death.
* Ogmo from ''VideoGame/{{Jumper}}'' series can live for an undetermined long time, if he [[NintendoHard doesn't get killed first]]. The first game shows him already capable of surviving over 100 years in an AbandonedLaboratory. The third shows he can survive millenia of spaceflight (possibly thanks to the magic of UsefulNotes/{{relativity}}).



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24th Apr '16 1:59:49 PM DarkHunter
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** Humans and Turians live to 150 years of age on average, while Drell can reach 80. Salarians and Vorcha [[WeAreAsMayflies invert this trope]] however, as they rarely live past 40 and 20 years old, respectively.

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** Humans and Turians live to 150 years of age on average, while Drell can reach 80.80[[note]]Drell lifespans are cut short by a terminal disease called Kepral's Syndrome that they almost universally develop around that age, due to living in an environment they are not at all suited for[[/note]]. Salarians and Vorcha [[WeAreAsMayflies invert this trope]] however, as they rarely live past 40 and 20 years old, respectively.
24th Apr '16 5:45:02 AM Kakai
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* Humans in ''Literature/TheDinosaurLords'' have potential lifespan of "eternity", although usually die of circumstances such as illness, combat or accidents. This being said, it doesn't raise any eyebrows for people to live well over one hundred, and the oldest known person has three centuries behind her.
9th Apr '16 4:05:16 PM Prometheus117
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* Pretty much ''everyone'' in ''Franchise/{{BIONICLE}}''; apparently, biomechanical beings have on average lifespans reaching at least the ''five or six digits''. The Makuta in particular stand out: they've been around nearly as long as the [[PhysicalGod Great Spirit Mata Nui]] at around 100,000 years and most of them are still pretty spry. And there are some beings who are even ''older'' than them.

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31st Mar '16 3:42:40 PM totoofze47
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* In ''DragonballZ'', there are several examples, most of which are species-specific.

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* In ''DragonballZ'', ''Franchise/DragonBall'', there are several examples, most of which are species-specific.



** Then there's Kami, who as a child was sent to Earth to escape a cataclysm on his home planet. That was at least 500 years before the events of Dragonball Z, during which he's not exactly spry, but he's still strong compared to normal non-fighters.

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** Then there's Kami, who as a child was sent to Earth to escape a cataclysm on his home planet. That was at least 500 years before the events of Dragonball Z, ''Dragon Ball'', during which he's not exactly spry, but he's still strong compared to normal non-fighters.




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* ''Manga/OnePiece'':
** Dr. Kureha is 137 years ''young''. [[BerserkButton Don't tell her she's old]], she's still got [[NeverMessWithGranny loads of energy to spare]].
** Zunisha the elephant is ''over 1000 years old'', and has carried the country of Zou and the Mink tribe on its back for almost that long.
27th Mar '16 6:11:22 PM Katsuhagi
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* Juraians in the ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'' series are known to be able to live several centuries even without being bonded to the Royal Trees, which can push their lifespans much further. Tenchi's mother Kiyone was over 200 at the time she died of old age on Earth, and her husband Nobuyuki (himself partially Juraian) is over 100 years old himself.

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* Juraians in the ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'' series are known to be able to live several centuries even without being bonded to the Royal Trees, which can push their lifespans much further. Tenchi's mother Kiyone was over 200 at the time she died of old age on Earth, and her husband Nobuyuki (himself partially Juraian) is over 100 years old himself.
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