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12th Oct '17 12:49:46 PM DarkHunter
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* ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' has the Lunarians, a race of people who live on the Moon. They all seem to be unaging and distance themselves from any form of life or death as they consider such concepts "impure", remaining eternally unchanging. They're very reclusive as a result and usually hostile to outsiders. Funnily enough, they exiled Princess Kaguya for drinking an elixir that made her truly immortal, as they consider CompleteImmortality to be "impure" as well.
23rd Sep '17 12:54:07 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* This is the goal of "The Great Plan" in the My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic fanfic, ''Fanfic/TheGreatAlicornHunt''. The plan is to, basically, cure old age by turning anyone and everyone they can into immortal alicorns, and also find a way to grant immortality to those who can't be "alicornified".

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* This is the goal of "The Great Plan" in the My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic fanfic, ''Fanfic/TheGreatAlicornHunt''. The plan is to, basically, cure old age by turning anyone and everyone they can into immortal alicorns, and also find a way to grant immortality to those who can't be "alicornified". Problems that could come with this are addressed in early chapters. In the case of overpopulation, they'll start colonizing other planets (traveling to the moon was possible a thousand years pre-series so this is also possible).
23rd Sep '17 12:49:26 PM ChaoticNovelist
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[[caption-width-right:350: A magical paradise where everybody is 10 years old! [[note]] Artist Credit: maimai97 on DeviantArt. Image is removed from the gallery.[[/note]] ]]

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[[caption-width-right:350: A magical paradise where everybody is 10 years old! All of them are older than dirt. [[note]] Artist Credit: maimai97 on DeviantArt. Image is removed from the gallery.[[/note]] ]]
8th Jul '17 4:24:08 PM zarpaulus
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* In ''VideoGame/Stellaris'' empires which complete the path to synthetic ascention turn into this, as its citizens upload their mind into robots that never die of old age, though they can still be destroyed. This aplies in a smaller scale to synthetic colonies as well. Since robots can't procreate naturally, an artificial ImmortalProcreationClause is not needed. New citizens are instead build by the state.

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* In ''VideoGame/Stellaris'' ''VideoGame/{{Stellaris}}'' empires which complete the path to synthetic ascention turn into this, as its citizens upload their mind into robots that never die of old age, though they can still be destroyed. This aplies in a smaller scale to synthetic colonies as well. Since robots can't procreate naturally, an artificial ImmortalProcreationClause is not needed. New citizens are instead build by the state.
8th Jul '17 1:28:02 PM CactusFace
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Stellaris}}'' empires which complete the path to synthetic ascention turn into this, as its citizens upload their mind into robots that never die of old age, though they can still be destroyed. This aplies in a smaller scale to synthetic colonies as well. Since robots can't procreate naturally, an artificial ImmortalProcreationClause is not needed. New citizens are instead build by the state.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Stellaris}}'' ''VideoGame/Stellaris'' empires which complete the path to synthetic ascention turn into this, as its citizens upload their mind into robots that never die of old age, though they can still be destroyed. This aplies in a smaller scale to synthetic colonies as well. Since robots can't procreate naturally, an artificial ImmortalProcreationClause is not needed. New citizens are instead build by the state.
8th Jul '17 1:23:03 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* In ''VideoGame/Stellaris'' empires which complete the path to synthetic ascention turn into this, as its citizens upload their mind into robots that never die of old age, though they can still be destroyed. This aplies in a smaller scale to synthetic colonies as well. Since robots can't procreate naturally, an artificial ImmortalProcreationClause is not needed. New citizens are instead build by the state.

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* In ''VideoGame/Stellaris'' ''VideoGame/{{Stellaris}}'' empires which complete the path to synthetic ascention turn into this, as its citizens upload their mind into robots that never die of old age, though they can still be destroyed. This aplies in a smaller scale to synthetic colonies as well. Since robots can't procreate naturally, an artificial ImmortalProcreationClause is not needed. New citizens are instead build by the state.
8th Jul '17 1:12:05 PM CactusFace
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* In ''VideoGame/Stellaris'' empires which complete the path to synthetic ascention turn into this, as its citizens upload their mind into robots that never die of old age, though they can still be destroyed. This aplies in a smaller scale to synthetic colonies as well. Since robots can't procreate naturally, an artificial ImmortalProcreationClause is not needed. New citizens are instead build by the state.
31st Mar '17 3:38:36 PM nombretomado
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* In most of the Terragen sphere of ''OrionsArm'' life extension [[NanoMachines nano]] and BrainUploading are so ubiquitous that most people live for 1,500 years before getting tired of living forever or [[TheSingularity Transcending]]. One alien race known as the Silent Ones have discovered how to completely halt the aging process, and the ruling class of their society is made up of said "immortals". They keep some regularly aging members of their race around for breeding purposes though (the immortality treatment causes severe birth defects in the offspring of immortals).

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* In most of the Terragen sphere of ''OrionsArm'' ''WebOriginal/OrionsArm'' life extension [[NanoMachines nano]] and BrainUploading are so ubiquitous that most people live for 1,500 years before getting tired of living forever or [[TheSingularity Transcending]]. One alien race known as the Silent Ones have discovered how to completely halt the aging process, and the ruling class of their society is made up of said "immortals". They keep some regularly aging members of their race around for breeding purposes though (the immortality treatment causes severe birth defects in the offspring of immortals).
21st Mar '17 6:50:56 PM nombretomado
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* The immortal Griffin family from the {{Nightside}} made a practice of throwing parties for other immortals, which attracted everything from demigods to fey to vampires. As the Griffins were snobs and only the upper-crust attendees were likely to be invited more than once, such parties were effectively a ''High'' Society of Immortals.

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* The immortal Griffin family from the {{Nightside}} {{Literature/Nightside}} made a practice of throwing parties for other immortals, which attracted everything from demigods to fey to vampires. As the Griffins were snobs and only the upper-crust attendees were likely to be invited more than once, such parties were effectively a ''High'' Society of Immortals.
5th Mar '17 10:32:13 AM nombretomado
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* ComicBook/TheEternals and most of Earth's mythological gods in MarvelComics. Eternals have historically maintained their own secret cities but sometimes hang around with mortal humans for kicks. The various gods live in pocket dimensions that are homes to their respective pantheons.

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* ComicBook/TheEternals and most of Earth's mythological gods in MarvelComics.Creator/MarvelComics. Eternals have historically maintained their own secret cities but sometimes hang around with mortal humans for kicks. The various gods live in pocket dimensions that are homes to their respective pantheons.
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