| Immortality Bestowal
Asteroth (Batman:The Brave and The Bold) made a deal with Gentleman Ghost to exchange 10 souls in return for immortality.
grant others immortality
The ability to grant others the power of immortality. Variation of Power Bestowal. Sub-power of Immortality Manipulation.
Users can make other people live forever or at the very least very long time.
- Users may not be able to use this ability on themselves.
- Immortality Negation can undo this ability.
- Ambrosia (Greek Mythology)
- The Horizon (Alias)
- Mermaid flesh (Mermaid Saga)
- Hourai Elixir (Touhou Project)
- Peaches of Immortality (Valkyrie Crusade)
- Elixir of Immortality (Valkyrie Crusade)
- Mark of Cain (Supernatural)
Zed (Code:Breaker) using his Death ability to materialize life and retrieve it, and immortalizing anyone who has their "life" extracted via this manner.
Shenlong (Dragon Ball) can grant immortality to one who wishes it. Only Garlic Jr. succeeds in making the wish, as all others who tried are impeded by various circumstances.
Trafalgar Law (One Piece) can use his Ope Ope no Mi's ultimate ability, Perpetual Youth Surgery, to grant another person eternal youth, though he must sacrifice his life to perform it.
Queen Mother (Valkyrie Crusade) is a motherly figure keeper of the Peaches of Immortality and queen of all sages.
The Grand Pure One (Valkyrie Crusade) is a alchemist that can make Elixirs of Immortality.
The Mark of Cain (Supernatural) granted the bearer Immortality, to the point that not even the horseman Death could kill them