Immortality allows the user to never die. Although the user still experiences pain and injuries, mortal wounds result in the user becoming unconscious until injuries are tended upon, but their body will never rot, age or grow old. The possessor will stay young forever. This may be acheived in various ways, first the user may have certain weaknesses that are lethal (decapitation, disintegration, etc.) yet are virtually invulnerable to anything other than these methods. Another method may allow the user to regenerate cells at a rate equal to or greater than cell death, thus rendering the user immortal, however a third possibility called Eternal Youth states that the user may stop aging at a certain point and ceases to age from that point, though it is unclear if the user of this variation can die at all.
Immortality (Disassociated Identity)Edit
Disassociated Identity, also called Disassociated Vitality or Detached Life-Force is the ability to keep one's life force from being connected with any one organ (even organs normally considered to be vital). One with this ability could be shot, hanged, stabbed or otherwise maimed horribly, and it will not kill the user. The user will simply continue living with said damage to his body. The user often also has no need to eat, drink or breathe, as one part of the user's body can carry on the functions of any other body part (which, in this case, means only circulating life force). This ability is often accompanied by the ability Anatomical Automatism, Anatomical Recall and/or Rapid Regeneration.