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The power to never die as long as a certain object exists. Variation of Reliant Immortality.

Also Called

  • Object-Based Immortality
  • Object-Dependent Immortality
  • Phylactery
  • Soul Jar


The user is immortal so long as a specific object, place, being, etc. exists and remains intact. In short, the object is what anchors the user to life.




  • Destruction of the object can render the user mortal, or worse, outright kill them.

Known Users

  • Planetary Gears (Captain Earth); via Ego Blocks
  • Vandal Savage (DC Comics); via harvesting the organs of his blood descendants.
  • Ra's Al Ghul (DC Comics); via the Lazarus Pits.
  • Mad Hettie (DC)
  • Liches (Dungeons and Dragons) via their phylacteries.
  • Voldemort (Harry Potter); via his horcruxes.
  • Yura of the Hair (InuYasha); via hiding her soul in comb.
  • The Beast (Over the Garden Wall)
  • Koschei (Russian folklore); hid his soul.
  • Dorian Gray (The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen); via his painting.
  • Asagi Aiba (Strike the Blood); via Cain's Altar
  • Homunculi (Fullmetal Alchemist); King Bradley is the exception, because he has a Philosopher's Stone with only one soul, while the other Homunculi possess stones created from the life forces of multiple people.
  • Van Hohenheim (Fullmetal Alchemist); via the Philosopher's Stone.
  • Rose (The Legend of Dragoon); via her Choker
  • Granny Rags Aka Vera Moray (Dishonoured); via her cameo
  • Marrow (Arkwell Academy); via a phoenix
  • Gems (Steven Universe)
  • Charlie B. Barkin (All Dogs Go To Heaven); via his watch

Known Objects

  • Philosopher Stone (Fullmetal Alchemist)
  • Lazarus Pits (DC Comics)
  • Horcruxes (Harry Potter)


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