- For a gallery of examples for Immortality, see here.
The Enchantress (Marvel) is an Asgardian goddess.
The power to never die.
- Death Immunity
- Eternal Life
The user can 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.
Some may only possess the power of:
- Chronolock: Exist outside normal space-time continuum, and thus immune to what happens in it.
- Death: No body to destroy. The soul, one that is not of a physical being, does not inherit physical characteristics, such as concepts of destruction, therefore cannot be destroyed; in short, the user cannot die a second time. Most common form of immortality.
- Head Liberation: Survive decapitation.
- Invulnerability: Cannot be harmed in any way or form, therefore death is omitted.
- Oxygen Independence: Survive without the need for oxygen.
- Semi-Immortality: Un-aging.
- Quick Reincarnation: The power to be immediately reincarnated following "death"; can result in gaining powers in relation to how the user previously died.
- Regeneration: High level regeneration of body that heals any injuries, even fatal ones, preventing one from dying.
- Resurrection: Completely heal fatal injuries and resurrect upon death if body isn't entirely destroyed.
- Resurrective Immortality: Death is omitted. Injuries may be inflicted, but complete annihilation is impossible.
- Can't overcome the End of Time, unless the form of immortality is an absolute type, hence why just like Enhanced Regeneration, it is unclear how long it would last.
- May have certain weaknesses that are lethal (decapitation, disintegration, etc.)
- An effect of being immortal is the user may become mad, from the effects of time and boredom.
- This can also cause madness overtime because the immortal is forced to watch those who aren't immortal die.
- Some immortals could be infertile, or they're incapable of passing this ability to their descendents.
- May depend on outside sources.