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joeyjojo
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08:03:44 AM Jan 29th 2014
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Just wondering, in fiction such as harry potter where wizards only live a few decades more then average and come from are long lines of magic families has there been any examples wizards longevity explicitly been explained as just good heredity unrelated to magic?
Peteman
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09:35:40 PM Nov 29th 2010
Can Exalted be considered an example? It would if enlightened mortals lived longer, but an Exalted lived for centuries+ because of their divine implantation/blood, rather than (to my understanding) simply because they can channel essence.
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