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19th Nov '16 8:41:32 AM Nazetrime
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* The ''WebComic/StandStillStaySilent'' [[OurZombiesAreDifferent variant of zombies]] has living beings that were infected ''90 years ago'' still running around.
17th Nov '16 6:55:03 PM mariic
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* The [[Film/TheTerminator original]] ''Franchise/{{Terminator}}'' movie made the eponymous cyborg sound like this trope, until the [[Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay second film]] subverted it by revealing that his power cell would eventually run out....after 120 years.

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* The [[Film/TheTerminator original]] ''Franchise/{{Terminator}}'' movie made the eponymous cyborg sound like this trope, until the [[Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay second film]] subverted it by revealing that his power cell would eventually run out....[[DownplayedTrope after 120 years.]]
30th Oct '16 8:20:58 AM DoctorTItanX
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* Part V of ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'' has the stand "Notorious BIG," It decomposes anything it touches, moves incredibly fast, and since it emerges when its user is dead, cannot die. [[spoiler: It's weakness is that it can't see, so it has to use motion detection to go towards the fastest-moving object within range. Bruno's gang "defeats" it by dropping it in the ocean, so it uselessly attacks waves for the rest of eternity.]]

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* Part V of ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'' has the stand Stand "Notorious BIG," B.I.G.". It decomposes anything it touches, moves incredibly fast, and since it emerges when its user is dead, literally cannot die. [[spoiler: It's Its weakness is that it can't see, so it has to use motion detection to go towards the fastest-moving object within range. Bruno's gang "defeats" it by dropping it in the ocean, so it uselessly attacks waves for the rest of eternity.]]



* Necromorphs in ''Franchise/DeadSpace'' don't need to eat, drink, sleep, or breathe. Have fun! The Hunter has the added benefit of infinite biomass to regrow lost limbs, making it almost unstoppable.

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* Necromorphs in ''Franchise/DeadSpace'' don't neither need to eat, drink, sleep, or nor breathe. Have fun! The Hunter has the added benefit of infinite biomass to regrow lost limbs, making it almost unstoppable.
2nd Jun '16 2:22:23 PM nombretomado
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* ''"That is not dead which can eternal lie..."'' '''Lots''' of examples in the works of HPLovecraft.

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* ''"That is not dead which can eternal lie..."'' '''Lots''' of examples in the works of HPLovecraft.Creator/HPLovecraft.
31st May '16 3:52:47 PM intastiel
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* In ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'', there's the Watcher in the Water, a massive squid-like beast living in the pool of water just outside Moria. It had been driven from the deeps of Moria into the flooded valley as a guardian and to trap the dwarves inside Moria. A creature that big just hanging around in caves needs to have SOME of this going on though.

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* In ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'', there's the ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'':
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Watcher in the Water, Water is a massive squid-like beast living in the pool of water a lake just outside Moria. It had been driven from the deeps of Moria into the flooded valley as a guardian and to trap the dwarves inside Moria. A creature that big just hanging around in caves needs to have SOME of this going on though.though.
** The Balrog in Moria isn't slowed down at all by being entombed underground for millennia, thanks to being an immortal angelic spirit before its [[FallenAngel corruption]] by Morgoth.
1st May '16 10:36:11 AM erforce
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* The original ''Franchise/{{Terminator}}'' movie made the eponymous cyborg sound like this trope, until the second film subverted it by revealing that his power cell would eventually run out....after 120 years.

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* The original [[Film/TheTerminator original]] ''Franchise/{{Terminator}}'' movie made the eponymous cyborg sound like this trope, until the [[Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay second film film]] subverted it by revealing that his power cell would eventually run out....after 120 years.



* In Creator/RobertEHoward's ''ConanTheBarbarian'' story ''Literature/BlackColossus'' there's a giant venomous python which slithers out of a ''3000 years old tomb'' and is still lively and in top shape.

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* In Creator/RobertEHoward's ''ConanTheBarbarian'' ''Literature/ConanTheBarbarian'' story ''Literature/BlackColossus'' there's a giant venomous python which slithers out of a ''3000 years old tomb'' and is still lively and in top shape.



* In ''TheLordOfTheRings'' there's the Watcher in the Water, a massive squid-like beast living in the pool of water just outside Moria. It had been driven from the deeps of Moria into the flooded valley as a guardian and to trap the dwarves inside Moria. A creature that big just hanging around in caves needs to have SOME of this going on though.

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* In ''TheLordOfTheRings'' ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'', there's the Watcher in the Water, a massive squid-like beast living in the pool of water just outside Moria. It had been driven from the deeps of Moria into the flooded valley as a guardian and to trap the dwarves inside Moria. A creature that big just hanging around in caves needs to have SOME of this going on though.
10th Apr '16 4:56:30 PM WillKeaton
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** One particular covenant of vampires, the Ordo Dracul, have a way to increase the amount of sustenance from the blood they drink, increasing to 1.5X what they get when they drink from humans and ''doubling'' blood drunk from vampires. Two such vampires can (canonically!) make infinite blood by feeding off of each other, becoming this trope. The downside is it leads to blood addiction and/or MoreThanMindControl and/or FoodChainOfEvil kicking in. So to keep its members from trying this the elders in the covenant seal all such vampires in steel boxes which they dump into the ocean, whereupon said vampires spend ''eternity'' feeding from each other [[note]](unless one eats the other, at which point it's an eternity of starvation)[[/note]].

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** One particular covenant of vampires, the Ordo Dracul, have a way to increase the amount of sustenance from the blood they drink, increasing to 1.5X what they get when they drink from humans and ''doubling'' blood drunk from vampires. Two such vampires can (canonically!) make infinite blood by feeding off of each other, becoming this trope. The downside is it leads to blood addiction and/or MoreThanMindControl and/or FoodChainOfEvil kicking in. So to keep its members from trying this the elders in the covenant seal all such vampires in steel boxes which they dump into the ocean, whereupon said vampires spend ''eternity'' feeding from each other [[note]](unless other. [[note]]Unless one eats the other, at which point it's an eternity of starvation)[[/note]].starvation.[[/note]]
10th Apr '16 4:54:37 PM WillKeaton
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* The cauldron-born from ''Literature/ChroniclesOfPrydain'' are deathless zombies animated by the Black Cauldron. They do not eat, sleep, breathe, or get tired, and they feel no pain.
10th Apr '16 4:51:20 PM WillKeaton
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* The [[OurGiantsAreDifferent Titans]] from ''Manga/AttackOnTitan''. While lack of sunlight and fatigue can slow them down, they do not age, sleep, or thirst and do not need the human flesh they eat [[note]]They lack digestive tracts beyond their stomachs and just regurgitate when full[[/note]]. They even regenerate biomass instantly and out of nowhere while thriving.

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* The [[OurGiantsAreDifferent Titans]] from ''Manga/AttackOnTitan''. While lack of sunlight and fatigue can slow them down, they do not age, sleep, or thirst and do not need the human flesh they eat eat.[[note]]They lack digestive tracts beyond their stomachs and just regurgitate when full[[/note]]. full.[[/note]] They even regenerate biomass instantly and out of nowhere while thriving.
1st Apr '16 10:06:59 AM ChocolateRob
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* In Brandon Sanderson's ''Lierature/{{Warbreaker}}'', there are two. The first and most well-known are the Lifeless, an army of ImplacableMan zombies who do not need to rest or eat or drink or breathe. They obey any command given to them by anyone with the proper code-words. Whoever controls the army of Lifeless has control, more or less, over the kingdom.

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* In Brandon Sanderson's ''Lierature/{{Warbreaker}}'', ''Literature/{{Warbreaker}}'', there are two. The first and most well-known are the Lifeless, an army of ImplacableMan zombies who do not need to rest or eat or drink or breathe. They obey any command given to them by anyone with the proper code-words. Whoever controls the army of Lifeless has control, more or less, over the kingdom.
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