- "Some pirates achieved immortality by great deeds of cruelty or derring-do. Some achieved immortality by amassing great wealth. But the captain had long ago decided that he would, on the whole, prefer to achieve immortality by not dying."
- ― Terry Pratchett, The Color of Magic
- "People do not want immortality. They simply do not want to die [...] They want to live. They want to feel the ground beneath their feet, see the clouds overhead, love other people, be with them, and think. Nothing more. Everything that has been said beyond that is a lie."
- ― Ijon Tichy (Memoirs of a Space Traveller)
- Beating Death
- Death Cancellation
- Defeating Death
User can negate/cancel out some or even all kinds of deaths from oneself and others, truly making them ensuring that the living stays alive, even in death they can resurrect themselves for as long as the user so desires, potentially defeating death itself no matter how strong or impossible the odds may be.
- Concept-Dependent Immortality; The Will To Live
- Absolute Immortality
- Afterlife Border
- Indomitable Will
- Life Inducement; to negate the death of others.
- Life Resilience
- Life Preservation
- Soul Anchoring; to negate Soul Destruction.
- Supernatural Survivability
- Survival Intuition; For none supernatural survival.
- May only be able to negate their own death.
- May be unable to prevent death from natural causes.
- Thus may be weak against Life Reduction.
- May not be able to negate Unavertable Death.
See Also: Staying Alive.
- Kratos (God Of War)
- Superman (DC Comics)
- Batman (DC Comics); via Indomitable Will
- Clear Rivers (Alternate Ending) (Final Destination); after giving birth
- Everyone (Sunday Without God)
- Frisk (Undertale); while fighting the God of Hyperdeath
- Stanley Ferguson/Brutus (Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Zombies)
- Loki (Marvel Comics); after being erased from the Book of Hel
- Scorpion (Mortal Kombat)
- Magic School (Charmed)