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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })Characters with Resurrective Immortality can die just like anyone else. The thing is, they will not stay dead.
When killed, they will always return to life and look none the worse for wear. This is not due to a regenerative capability. They can be injured like anyone else.
On the plus side, this means that Death Is Cheap. Any enemies they have will never be able to kill them. For The Cape, this means they will never fall in the line of duty. For the thrill seeker, this means they can get a higher adrenaline fix than any of their mortal fellows. If they fall for someone whose species also lives forever, then they have a shot at Eternal Love.
On the negative side, this could be a Fate Worse than Death. Someone could torture them indefinitely without worrying about accidentally killing them. In any case they will feel the full pain of dying each and every time. Less maliciously but equally unpleasantly, this can lead to characters who normally have a no-killing rule not feeling any need to pull their punches. And work creators who go by Rule of Cool often can't resist showing this off as frequently and gruesomely as possible.
Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })This is the signature ability of The Phoenix. It can also be a perk of being undead, particularly for vampires and liches. May overlap with other Immortality tropes, such as The Ageless, Immortality Inducer and Fighting a Shadow.
If they always come back in a certain spot, it's Respawn Point. If their mind is being transferred to a new body, it's Body Backup Drive, instead. If they respawn or are reborn as an infant, it's Born-Again Immortality. And if they're a secondary-character who dies for comedic effect, that's They Killed Kenny Again.

See Joker Immunity for when a character isn't allowed to die because of Plot Armor. See Unexplained Recovery if no real reason is given for the resurrection.
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On Preacher (2016), the angels have this with an interesting twist: Their bodies stay where they were and they re-spawn in a different body. This led to a fight scene in which the angels end up in a room full of their own bodies.
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In Puella Magi Madoka Magica, Kyubey can reappear almost instantly in a new body after being killed. This is probably by necessity, given how quick Magical Girls are to kill him once they figure out his plans. Played With, however, as Word of God implies that this may be more of a Hive Mind than an actual resurrection.
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In Pact, a Familiar will gain this trait, as their practitioner must spend power to keep their mortal form alive in order to fulfill the familiar oaths which bind them together.
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The Eternal Emperor of the Sten series. He can die, and indeed has been assassinated more than once, but he always returns a few years later to reclaim his throne. It should be noted this is what it looks on the outside. In reality, the Emperor has a secret ship that holds cloning technology. When he dies, his body blows up, and a new clone is sent in with his memories up until he dies.
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In Worm, Gray Boy has this thanks to his time manipulation abilities, which automatically rewinds his body to a point before he was injured, completely negating even lethal wounds.
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Every runewarrior from Spellforce. Your avatar (main character) dies? He automatically respawns at the nearest soulstone. Any of your heroes or minions dies? Simply summon them again.
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In the various editions of Big Eyes, Small Mouth, this is what the Reincarnation attribute does. The various levels determine how long it takes for the character with the attribute to come back after being killed, and how easy or hard this is to stop.
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In Digimon:
Digimon as a species have this with the exception of Digimon Tamers where it's absent. While the overall mechanics differ, the base version is this: when a Digimon dies, they will reform as a Digiegg and hatch. For most, this resets their power level to In-Training form or even Baby and forces them to take the long way back to full strength (as naturally Digivolving is explicitly a long process), but partner Digimon typically have this accelerated by their partner. Whether or not they remember their old life or not varies from series to series. Exceptions to this vary by series: in Adventure, if a Digimon dies in the real world, they're dead as their data can't get back to the Digital World, though they may persist as a ghost. In Data Squad, that doesn't apply but Big Bad Kurata creates a way to corrupt their data and kill them permanently.
Myotismon from Adventure has a unique version: not only can he still resurrect in the real world (if he absorbs enough data/power to make a new body), he assumes a more powerful form in the process. This continued until his soul was obliterated in 02's Final Battle. As a trade off, this version seems comparably slower than normal and he needs an outside power source to pull it off.
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In Corpies, this is Jeremiah's ability. Apparently, it involves "locking down" his body into a particular state (typically, when he is fit and healthy). Then, for as long as the ability is active, any damage to the body (including fatal damage) is reversed mere seconds later, which tends to freak everyone out, since no known Healing Factor can bring someone back from death. This ability also means that Jeremiah doesn't age and (possibly) doesn't require sleep.
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Oasis from Sluggy Freelance is theorized to be one of these. It has yet to be made clear how she keeps showing up again after being shot, impaled, and blown up so many times. It's possible that this is just the result of her Healing Factor, but fans are definitely lead to think otherwise. In actuality, she isn't immortal at all. The bodies that were killed were Remote Bodies created at a place called the Rebirth Facility and controlled by an AI.
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Lord Death Man pretends to have this ability in Batman. However, his apparent "deaths" are faked by using an extreme yoga technique to slow his metabolism down to an undetectable level.
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In Bleach, this is the basis of Szayelaporro Granz's Gabriel technique. By "impregnating" his target with a portion of his body, he can use it if he's injured beyond repair to absorb all the fluids and chemicals of the victim's body to redevelop his own, killing the victim and reforming in a matter of seconds from a liquid-like casing coming from the victim's mouth. He actually lampshades the process by comparing it to the phoenix of legend. The scene is NOT Played for Laughs and could even be considered a Moral Event Horizon if he hadn't already had several beforehand.
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Phoenix of Kamen Rider Wizard: Like his namesake, his special ability is that he can't be killed for good and will simply revive stronger than before. In the end, the only way Haruto can permanently stop him is by throwing him into the sun and trapping him there.
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In Undying Happiness, Keisuke and his family members have a Healing Factor so strong they can recover from otherwise-fatal injuries. The first chapter alone has Keisuke slowly regenerating from nothing but his skeleton in the space of a couple hours.
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Angel once faced a demon who, no matter how many times he cut it up, would always piece itself back together and come after him again.
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Haven: In "Friend or Faux", Cornell Stamoran inadvertently spawns a murderous clone of himself. Each time the clone is killed, he reappears next to his corpse in a new body. At one point, he exploits this and kills himself to escape being handcuffed to a pipe. Eventually, the clone redeems himself by shooting the original Cornell when he was about to shoot Audrey. As soon as Cornell dies, the clone vanishes into thin air.
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Implied in The Girl from the Miracles District, when it turns out that Robin has died and then returned among the living five times before the events of the book.
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It's revealed late in Team Fortress Comics that the Medic somehow collected the entire team's souls, including his own, and wound them together in order to cheat a Deal with the Devil. This gives all of the mercenaries the ability to come back from death unscathed, though they can be Killed Off for Real by old age.
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The Undead in Dark Souls are cursed/blessed with this. They cannot stay dead, but each "death" robs them of humanity until they eventually become Hollowed insane monsters. Humanity (represented by small black flames) can restore an Undead's appearance, but it's still only delaying the inevitable.
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The Hunters in Bloodborne instantly heal from all wounds thanks to their Eldritch-powered blood, but once that blood runs out they die from blood loss, only to 'wake up' at a lantern connecting Yharnam to The Hunter's Dream. So long as they are connected to the dream, the hunters will have blood transfused back into their corpses and rise again.
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In The Many Deaths of Rainbow Dash Rainbow Dash gets cursed with immortality. Every time she dies (and she dies a lot), she always reappears in perfect health somewhere next to her corpse. Her dead bodies don't vanish though, which makes things rather awkward several times throughout the story—which, yes, is a Black Comedy.
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In the Old World of Darkness and New World of Darkness:
Mummies from Mummy: The Resurrection can only be put down permanently by point-blank annihilation, like ground zero of a nuclear explosion; or long-term sustained damage, like immersion in a volcano, so they die frequently and rapidly enough to exhaust the energy that resurrects them.
Arisen from Mummy: The Curse are created by a Rite of Return that restores them to life every 1460 years and/or under special circumstances (like being summoned by a cult, or having their tombs robbed), then maintains their lives for around 8-9 months until they run out of energy and fall into death again. To annihilate one thoroughly enough to prevent its future resurrection requires that you destroy every piece of its remains (so it can't come back on its own), kill its entire cult (so they can't find it a new body), and erase every mention of its name from every record (so no necromancer or cult in the future can learn about it and then try to raise it).
In Geist: The Sin-Eaters, Sin Eaters' symbiosis with powerful ghosts lets them come back from the dead at the next dawn or dusk — but their Geist pulls a Grand Theft Me if they die too many times, and it's the Geist who makes the call on whether to resurrect them.
Shadow spirits are only banished from the physical world and forced into brief dormancy if "killed", unless their bodies are destroyed while they have no essence reserve.
Some humans learn to transform their souls into Shadow spirits possessing their body. These "Purified" can only reliably be killed as spirits are; putting the body somewhere it would die as soon as it regenerates can work in the short term, but they can learn to abandon unsuitable bodies and form entirely new ones.
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In the third arc of Fuegue Illusion: Escape To Illusion, Vaati and Cirno acquire this ability after a long and action-filled battle scene between Mokou and Cirno.
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There are a few important late-game enemies in NetHack that possess this ability.
The Wizard of Yendor will resurrect every time he is killed, and can even clone himself on occasion. He will also "haunt" you and cause trouble throughout the rest of the game after being killed for the first time.
The final level contains three Riders of the Apocalypse, who will always resurrect a set number of turns after being killed. This being Nethack, almost all possibilities for killing them permanently have been thought of and plugged, but there are still a couple of obscure ways the Riders can be put down for good.
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The Lyrical Nanoha franchise has the Book of Darkness and the Wolkenritter. Thanks to the Book of Darkness' Rejuvenation Program, they will always come back to life no matter how thoroughly you kill them. They lose this at the end of Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha A's, due to Reinforce performing a Heroic Sacrifice to delete the Rejuvenation Program and ensure that the Darkness of the Book of Darkness stays dead.
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Bay 12 Monster Girls: All Youkai and demons have Resurrective Immortality. Cheru, a Domovoi, also has the same ability, but takes several years to regenerate, as opposed to days/weeks for the former two.
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The eponymous Sidekick Girl has this as her only power, only healing slightly faster than a normal human. A villain manages to gain her power by use of her cerebral fluid, whereby she learns that total disintegration will kill her. Hopefully .
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Geras from Mortal Kombat 11 has this due to being a fixed point in time. Decapitation, being blown to bits, shot, nothing keeps him down permanently. Raiden eventually wraps him in chains connected to a massive anchor and drops him into the bottomless Sea of Blood to get rid of him.
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RWBY: Ozpin and Salem have been at war for thousands of years due to the fact that both are immortal, although they have different types of immortality. After trying to resurrect her dead lover, Ozma, Salem was cursed by the gods with complete immortality to prevent her from being able to reunite with Ozma in the afterlife until she learned the importance of life and death. For trying to turn humanity against the gods in revenge for her curse, Salem condemned the entire human race. Ozma was resurrected to give humanity a single chance at redemption by guiding them to peace and harmony, pitting the two former lovers against each other in a bitter, eternal war for the fate of humanity. Unlike Salem, who cannot be destroyed, Ozma can age and die like an ordinary human. When his physical body dies, his soul, Aura, memories and abilities transfer to a new male host, an event over which he has no control. He is therefore forced to adopt a new identity with every "death" and rebuild his strength and power from scratch. When new to the process, he would take control of the host body without ever knowing the host's name; over time, he learned to share the host's life instead. Each reincarnation leaves him vulnerable so he usually plans to have loyal allies in key positions of power to ensure he isn't starting entirely from scratch. Hosts inherit his muscle memory, enabling them to develop their abilities at inhuman speed. His most recent incarnation the Beacon Academy headmaster, Professor Ozpin. After the Battle of Beacon, he transfers to a fourteen-year-old farm boy called Oscar. When referring to this entity, the characters, including Oscar and Salem, refer to him as Ozpin rather than Ozma.
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AH.com Eternals centers on humans with this ability, and their interactions with the rest of humanity throughout human history. The series is notable for its Genre-Busting slash Genre Roulette approach to storytelling.
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In the Highlander series, immortals could die just like anyone else, but they revive shortly afterward (unless the injury was a beheading, which is fatal for good). note This is different from the rest of the Highlander franchise, in which immortals simply can't die except by beheading. It can turn into a cycle if they're trapped in lethal circumstances, which can lead to an insane immortal when they're finally set free.
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The Great God's War: Prince Bifalt in Seventh Decimate finds himself afflicted with this for no reason he can understand. Every time he gets mortally wounded, he just wakes up a while later with no serious injuries, even if the mortal wound was in the form of having a bolt of lightning melting the flesh from his bones.
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Dungeon Keeper Ami: How vampires recover from fatal injuries, respawning in their coffins.
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In Harry Potter, Voldemort's Horcruxes grant him this form of immortality as they contain pieces of his soul. He can reform his body if it is destroyed, but the spells and rituals involved require the assistance of another wizard. It takes him over a decade to return after his failed attempt to kill Harry as a baby. Once all of Voldemort's Horcruxes are destroyed - including the one he inadvertently created in Harry - he becomes mortal again.
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In Caprica, Zoe and Tamara possess this ability in New Cap City in a particularly fast variant. The environment is programmed in such a way to permanently ban anyone who is killed from ever entering again. For Z&T this is just a minor nuisance because they are programs with no real body to return to, so getting killed will cause a glitch and remodel them immediately.
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In Effulgence, anyone with the ability to torch will simply reset to a healthy state when they would otherwise die (accompanied by being momentarily engulfed in illusionary fire, hence the term "torching") Also, their physical age sticks around twentysomething.
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Subverted in The Tears of Gaia. The dragon Tharos had a spell placed on him that granted him Resurrective Immortality. He can't die, but sees this as a curse, as he's forced to live with the shame of all the times he's been defeated.
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In an attempt to reverse a curse on Wildcat that played on his superhero name Zatanna thought she was giving him nine lives, but those lives ended up being fairly unlimited in number as that "nine" gets reset continuously so he'd have to die a bunch in very quick succession to actually run out.
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Dean Winchester of Supernatural has died at last count five times. He's been brought back every time, almost all of them against his will. His brother Sam and best friend Cas count as well but Dean holds the record as it's been explicitly stated that at this point, nothing short of God himself will be able kill him, especially since as of season 10 he killed Death and is linked to God's sister who promised him she'd always protect him and keep him safe. whether he wants that or not.
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On the Discworld, vampires can be killed in a number of different ways, but they are always reduced to ashes and will always regenerate when they eventually come into contact with blood. Careful slayers can keep them locked up for hundreds or thousands of years, but sooner or later they'll be back. The only recorded time one has been rendered (possibly) Deader Than Dead was when a cat ate him while he was in bat form. Another vampire was threatened with being thrown off of the Disc into space, which would probably have done the job as well.
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Immortals in Mnemosyne can be killed if they are damaged enough (though they also have a normal healing ability, so it takes a lot to get them to this stage,) but they always revive later. Two examples of this that were extraordinary even for them were Rin being disintegrated by a jet turbine and eventually being washed ashore (though it took decades for her to coalesce, and she lost her memories in the process), and Rin having her time spore (the thing that grants immortality) removed from her body, which caused her to turn to dust, but the time spore was able to regrow the rest of her body when it was brought close to Yggdrasil.
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Yes Man in Fallout: New Vegas has this capability. Killing his Securitron body just causes him to upload to another one. While theoretically you could kill him by tracking down and destroying every Securitron in New Vegas, they all constantly respawn so there's no practical end to them. Yes Man just comes right back, and cheerful and friendly as ever.
The same thing applies to the Securitron Victor. It works due to both being Artificial Intelligence.
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Dreamscape: Mastery of death and rebirth is one thing Melissa has an edge over Melinda, but it turns out Melinda is truly immortal, so she had no reason to master it.
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Homestuck:
Any Sburb player who reaches God Tier cannot be Killed Off for Real unless their death is deemed just or heroic, instead coming back to life a few minutes later, any damage done to themselves or their clothes completely healed.
Caliborn, aka Big Bad Lord English, gains unconditional immortality without the moral restrictions on God Tier players' resurrections, which is supposed to be flatly impossible for Sburb to offer. It was revealed later, however, that Caliborn received the clock that controlled his God-Tier immortality as a reward for completing his Dead Session game. He then destroyed it with a crowbar. This presumably made it impossible for his death to stick, since the clock was in a neutral position when he broke it.
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In Code:Realize, the immortality of people like Finis and the Apostles of Idea is of this type - they can be killed, it just won't stick. The Apostles' ability to resurrect is not infinite, however, and can run out if they're killed enough times.
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As revealed in Avengers: No Surrender, Incredible Hulk, and by extension Bruce Banner, has this power. This is even more telling as, at this point, Banner had been depowered by Amadeus Cho, shot in the head and killed by Hawkeye, resurrected by the Hand and killed by the Unity Squad, resurrected again by HYDRA and left for dead in the destruction of the Resistance's base.
It's further implied in the spinoff Immortal Hulk that this power extends to all people who've been affected by the Hulk's specific variety of gamma radiation, not just himself, including his girlfriend Betty Ross and his cousin Jennifer Walters.
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In Is This a Zombie?, Kyoko has the ability to gain an "extra life" every time she kills somebody, so she became a Serial Killer. Every time she is killed, she uses up a life and immediately gets up fully healed. She is defeated when Ayumu manages to reduce her to her last life, at which point she begs for mercy, pleading that she doesn't want to die.
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Kamen Rider Genm from the video game-themed series Kamen Rider Ex-Aid eventually gains the power of a Zombie Apocalypse-themed video game, which grants him a zombie's resistance to damage and the ability to shrug off fatal injuries; this is represented by the Life Meter on his chestplate being empty. He actually had to die in order to gain the the power in the first place, meaning he's like this whether or not he's in his Rider form. Eventually, Ex-Aid finds a way to strip him of this power.
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In the Ultimate Marvel universe, all recipients of the Oz drug turn out to have this, including Norman Osborn, Peter Parker, and presumably Miles Morales and Jessica Drew. Peter never has to worry about Mary Jane again, since she was injected during the Ultimate Clone Saga.
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Phelous dies in all kinds of comical ways, but always comes back to life. In a crossover with The Angry Joe Show, he gets killed and resurrected multiple times in a few minutes. In a few episodes, his death scenes parody the Time Lord the Doctor's regenerations from Doctor Who.
He outright exploits this during To Boldly Flee, wearing a red polo in order to ensure that he will never stay dead upon being killed. This is because a Red Shirt is immediately replaced by another Red Shirt after death, and the only actual Red Shirt among the heroes is Phelous himself.
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A Nightmare on Elm Street: Freddy Krueger is killed several times by the heroes, but he returns each time. The dream demons who are the source of his powers promised him that he would indefinitely resurrect no matter what anyone does to him. He even boasts about it.
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In Campione!, Godou can come back to life fully healed with the power of The Ram, but he can only do this once a day.
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Mummies from Mummy: The Resurrection can only be put down permanently by point-blank annihilation, like ground zero of a nuclear explosion; or long-term sustained damage, like immersion in a volcano, so they die frequently and rapidly enough to exhaust the energy that resurrects them.
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Nathan from Misfits has this type of immortality. He can be hurt or injured in the normal way, but will heal all injuries once he dies and comes back to life. Best demonstrated when in an alternate timeline, after their powers had become public knowledge, Nathan demonstrated his ability by shooting himself in the head and resurrecting on live television. And then a villain leaves him a brain dead vegetable instead of killing him.
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Undertale combines this with Mental Time Travel to justify player respawning after dying. Every time player character dies, their memories are sent back in time to previous savepoint, giving effect very similar to this trope. Flowey used to also have this ability, and it's strongly implied that so did all of the Fallen Children. It's unknown how Fallen lost it (though common theory is that they simply lost hope and gave up), and Flowey lost it when player stole it from him by accident.
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Wolverine was one time explained to have a version of this. Each time he suffered injuries great enough to kill him he would fight the angel of death, win and return to his body with his body fully healed. It's debatable if this still works for him.
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As it turns out in Part 2 Clash of the Elements, Cackletta, on top of being a high-powered magic user, is capable of coming back to life an indiscernible amount of times thanks to a spell she used that restores her to a prime state every time she is killed or dies from old age, giving her all the knowledge and power she had gained in her previous life without any consequence. However, the weakness of this is that her cells stay the same as they did when she died, and Alpha is able to abuse this flaw in her spell in order to send her into a loop of death and rebirth until her spell runs dry.
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Defiance: Sukar. It's mostly nanomachines, but he's convinced that his gods won't let him die while he and the other chosen ones have a duty to fulfill.
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The Ultimate Powers Book for Marvel Super Heroes has the Serial Immortality and Self-Revival powers, which allow a character to come back from death. Serial Immortality in particular has several ways this can come about, some of which embody other tropes than Resurrective Immortality, such as creation of a new body, reanimating a dead body, taking over another person's body, and others. This is primarily a way for villains to come back.
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The pygmy tribe of Pocket God have a Gem of Life that resurrects them by it when they die. Which happens often. They later meet a female tribe with their own Jewel of Life.
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In Geist: The Sin-Eaters, Sin Eaters' symbiosis with powerful ghosts lets them come back from the dead at the next dawn or dusk — but their Geist pulls a Grand Theft Me if they die too many times, and it's the Geist who makes the call on whether to resurrect them.
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Hakamada from Aphorism. Got thrown off the roof to die by his friends such that he could recover from his not quite fatal injuries.
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In Immortal Hounds this is the normal condition of every human being (though people still die of "old age" at exactly 60). Blowing up your own head with a gun and wait a few seconds to be revived as good as new is a common method to cure a disease or heal a wound, to the point reluctance to do it is considered suspicious. Vectors and those they infect are unable to do this.
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All Marvel Universe demons have this as a power, or at least all those who rule or co-rule a dimension, though this may apply even to lesser fiends. Dormammu, Mephisto, Set, Chthon, Shuma-Gorath and the rest can all be killed (with extreme difficulty), but they will come back as their evil energies will reform in their own dimensions- how long this takes depends on the nature of the fatality, with total destruction taking millenia to recover from naturally, but it will not keep them down. These energies retain the sentience of the demon in question and thus they can speed up the process by manipulating other magical forces, or even make themselves reappear in somewhere other than their own dimension- once or twice, this has meant Earth. It is also possible, of course, for outside forces (sorcerors, servants etc.) to help them return as well. In the case of Shuma-Gorath, he can even be reborn within the soul of the person who killed him last.
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This is the kind of immortality that Nessiah from Yggdra Union of the Dept. Heaven games (and its spinoffs) has been cursed with. Reincarnating is supposed to be hellishly painful and leaves him weak, but he will inevitably reincarnate no matter what. It overlaps with Immortality Talisman (and to some extent The Ageless, as he no longer ages), and by the time of Yggdra Union he's spent over a thousand years trying to destroy what forces him to stay alive.
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The Secret World: Player characters have merged with a special bee that has drank "anima honey" made from the world tree itself. As such, they can respawn at special sites where the world tree intersects with the real world, called "anima wells", or just use their own anima from their own bodies to respawn.
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The Stormlight Archive:
The Heralds have a very slow and terrible version of this. Under the terms of the Oathpact when they die or a Desolation ends they are returned to Damnation (Hell), where they are captured tortured until one of them snaps. This triggers another Desolation that they return to fight, and when the Desolation is over any of them that survived have to go back again. The book begins with them breaking this cycle, refusing to return after all but one of them survived the latest Desolation. More than four thousand years later, the one left behind finally gives in.
Also the Fused, the spirits of ancient dead parsh, who are resurrected by possessing living parsh. They are the reason the Heralds went to Damnation, as the Oathpact allowed the Heralds to trap them there, resurrecting once when a new Desolation starts. As of Oathbringer the pact is broken, and they can resurrect with each passage of the Everstorm every few days, although they seem to imply that not all the Fused have returned, and the Storm doesn't instantly bring all the Fused back.
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Dungeons & Dragons:
The Deva race (angels who incarnate as mortals on the Material plane) have this, but when/where they reincarnate is up to the GM, so just choosing that race is not necessarily a way to keep the same character.
Many 4th Edition Epic Destinies allow the player self-resurrection— usually prefaced with the amusingly unlikely phrase "Once per day, when you die, [...]". Flavorful variations on the ability include:
Having one of your followers take on your identity.
Having yourself from another point in time show up to carry on.
Literally walking out of Hell.
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Fujin of Mortal Kombat states this is true of his fellow Physical God Raiden; however, for the latter, this means being resurrected as a blank slate devoid of any memories should he be killed. This never happens due to the fact that the only time we ever see Raiden die canonically are when he goes kamikaze on Onaga in Deception and Onaga's corruption helps him retain his memory, and when Shao Kahn kills him in MK9, but only after Raiden sends a message to his past self to prevent it all from happening anyway.
Geras from Mortal Kombat 11 has this due to being a fixed point in time. Decapitation, being blown to bits, shot, nothing keeps him down permanently. Raiden eventually wraps him in chains connected to a massive anchor and drops him into the bottomless Sea of Blood to get rid of him.
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Nebiros has this skill in Devil Survivor 2. Destroy his undead, he'll just spawn more. Destroy him? He Body Surfs to one of his flunkies, and transforms him into the next Nebiros.
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In the fan series Confinement, the main character Connor is a D-Class personnel who "respawns" with a new, intact body every time he's killed. And he gets killed a LOT.
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Gandalf is parodied as this in Dead Ringers, coming back as Gandalf the Tartan and claiming to have "a whole Dulux colour chart" at his disposal.
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In Campus Life, the Ferenic Crafts, when killed, reanimate after 24 hours.
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A specific variation in Smallville. When Chloe heals fatal injuries, it kills her, but she could resurrect herself. However, when she saves Lois Lane, she is dead for 3 hours. When she saves Lex Luthor, she remains dead for 18 hours. Clark thinks if she tries it again, she might stay dead. Permanently.
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E.Y.E.: Divine Cybermancy - The player has a limited amount of self-resurrections. When the player dies, an implant injects a cocktail of drugs which jump-starts the body again, allowing the player to continue to fight after a few seconds of inaction. However, the implant doesn't get rid of extreme damage such as mutilations, and will deplete after a couple uses.
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Virgo Vs The Zodiac: Scorpio gets her title "The Phoenix" from her ability to resurrect herself every time she's defeated in combat. No matter how many times you reduce her HP to zero, she'll get right back up to continue fighting.
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Type A Phoenixes in Dan and Mab's Furry Adventures respawn in a random location when they die, and then walk to whichever of their temples is the furthest away, learning stuff as they go. They can also choose to "die" whenever they want, making them impossible to capture.
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Philly the Kid from Cannon Busters has this ability. Every time he dies, a new number appears somewhere on his body. When we first meet him, he's at 22 deaths and the numbers just climb as the episodes go on.
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Thackery Binx from the Disney film Hocus Pocus was cursed to live forever as a cat. In one scene, he is run over by a car and is clearly dead. Then as the other characters are screaming and crying in horror, he re-inflates, stands up, and says, "I hate it when that happens."
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Seine from Hekikai no AiON. She's a The Ageless that can be killed, but as long as her body isn't thrown to the sea, she can resurrect, and when hurt, her wounds heal quickly (even her fatal wounds heal). Her predecessor Simon Magus was the same as her but he met his end being eaten by mermaids.
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Touched upon again in Poker Night at the Inventory, where the Heavy has "dreams" where he dies but then "wakes up" and continues fighting.
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Arisen from Mummy: The Curse are created by a Rite of Return that restores them to life every 1460 years and/or under special circumstances (like being summoned by a cult, or having their tombs robbed), then maintains their lives for around 8-9 months until they run out of energy and fall into death again. To annihilate one thoroughly enough to prevent its future resurrection requires that you destroy every piece of its remains (so it can't come back on its own), kill its entire cult (so they can't find it a new body), and erase every mention of its name from every record (so no necromancer or cult in the future can learn about it and then try to raise it).
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Steven Universe: As long as Gems keep their gemstone intact, they can retreat into it upon being fatally wounded, heal, and then respawn with a new body. Destroying their gemstone, however, kills them permanently.
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Ho-oh from Cornova's Poké Wars series has so far been able to come back in peak condition from being pulverized, thrown into a mountain, and having all of his limbs and head torn off, all thanks to the removal of his dampener at the start of the series. Uxie notes at one point that Ho-oh is able to come back that way because he's a legendary pokemon - if a normal pokemon ended up with this ability, they'd fall under Born-Again Immortality.
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Vigilante from the Curveball series can come back to life from absolutely anything. His teammates keep a body bag around so they have an easy way to transport him while he's "recovering" from a fight.
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It's further implied in the spinoff Immortal Hulk that this power extends to all people who've been affected by the Hulk's specific variety of gamma radiation, not just himself, including his girlfriend Betty Ross and his cousin Jennifer Walters.
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Star Wars: The Old Republic: Thanks to their ability to bind the dead, the Sith Inquisitor will always be resurrected whenever they die by the ghosts, so long as at least one is bound, no worse for wear. This is actually a plot point, as Darth Thanaton "kills" them halfway through the story, and the next chapter is spent quietly increasing their power to strike back and take him by surprise.
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The Chosen One in Demon's Souls dies at the very beginning of their quest, only to be brought back to life thanks to the gatekeeper of the Nexus. From that point on, death is a regularly scheduled occurrence.
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The Trill in Star Trek are a race of almost human-looking aliens that share their home planet with a species of highly intelligent slug-like worms, known as the Symbionts. The symbionts are able to live inside the body of a Trill and connect themselves to their nervous system, effectively becomming a second brain that is mostly passive but retains all the memories of the Trill it is bonded with and has been bonded to before. While the lifetime of an individual Trill is about the same as that of a human, the Symbionts can live for many centuries and go through over a dozen of host bodies. These bonded Trill make up less than a percent of their species and form the political, scientific, and cultural elite of their society, so only the most gifted and outstanding individuals are selected for bonding after a very long and hard selection process. While the selection process is primarily supposed to prevent any symbionts to be bonded to mentally unstable host bodies that would permanently damage the mind, it also serves to hide the fact that almost half the Trill population is capable of bonding to symbionts and gaining a kind of immortality. Since there aren't nearly enough Symbionts to make this possible, the consequences would be devastating. The most important quality looked for in candidates after high intelligence and skills, seems to be an outstanding personalty that has a good chance to create a remarkable scientist, artist, or politician. And as a result, they all tend to be highly eccentric, which only gets more intense once they gain access to the memories of several remarkable lifetimes. While a bonded symbiont can live outside a host body for only a few hours outside of their specially maintained pools, and the host dies after the symbiont is removed, the symbionts are very durable and very often survive accidents and injuries that kill the host, as long as they can be transferred into a new one in time.
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In Borderlands, it's revealed that the people of one world are The Ageless. But they die every week, like clockwork, only to come back to life several minutes later. It usually takes a few hours for all their memories to come back after death. It's not uncommon for people to date those with the same death day (to the point where personal ads might say "Blonde, fit, pretty, Saturday", with the latter indicating the person's death day), as it's convenient to die and resurrect on the same day, especially since it's usually followed by furious sex. Violent death "doesn't count". People always come back after it, only to die again on their designated death day. Trying to kill yourself on your death day usually results in two deaths - terribly inconvenient. It's pointed out that the resurrected person isn't exactly the same as the one who died. There are subtle personality differences that build up over time.
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John Amsterdam in New Amsterdam. In addition to being The Ageless, Amsterdam also possesses this form of immortality. He dies in the pilot, but he is resurrected a few hours later in the morgue.
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RuneScape:
In earlier versions of the game, this type of immortality was taken for granted, so quests, lore, and jokes from that era include many references to characters, player or otherwise, respawning in Lumbridge. Since the game's storyline has progressively become more serious, resurrection is nowadays treated as the exception rather than the rule.
This is the in-universe justification for the player's ability to respawn. Initially, this is because Death will not claim the player's soul citing that it is not their time yet. After a certain quest, the player becomes the "World Guardian" and is granted immortality by the god Guthix.
The King Black Dragon, like the player character, is able to return from the dead because he has a special destiny that has not yet been fulfilled.
The TokHaar are living constructs made of stone and magma. As long as they are able to melt back into the "sacred lava" from which they came, they will always reform as good as new. Consequently, they love combat-based sports and don't know why other races are so averse to dying, since to them it just means coming back better than you were.
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In Fallout: Equestria - Project Horizons, Rampage has this as her main trait - in addition to being a muscle-bound, armored psychopath with multiple personalities and a cartload of other mental issues. She's also one of the protagonists. She can come back from severe injuries, decapitation, crushing, forced through a wood chipper, being eaten by a band of insane cannibals and being disintegrated into a fine pink dust with no problems - in fact, main protagonist Blackjack finds that a good dose of grievous killing is the best way to calm Rampage down when she has a psychotic episode that is, when her serial foal killer persona takes over. She just heals the wounds and regenerates any missing parts, although disintegration causes her to regenerate as a small filly, and she has to eat a lot to grow back to normal size.
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Fushi from To Your Eternity can die, and takes on the form of things in the state they were in when they died mortal wounds and all, but will heal. It is implied he heals faster after each death of the same type.
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Re:Zero's Subaru has this ability, but instead of simply coming back time resets to a certain important point in his past. Although two big drawbacks to using this ability is that he can't go further than the last checkpoint, and he still feels the pain of every death making it an ability he hates to rely on.
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Players in Roll To Dodge: Savral have this ability. While players can die, the fact they can respawn, with all their memories intact, makes them effectively immortal. This is justified in-universe since the players are disembodied souls that Cathy cannot completely destroy.
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In Street Fighter III, Gill, the game's final boss, has this as one of his Super Arts. Unless he uses another Super Art beforehand, this happens automatically upon defeat. It can only be used once per match, and hitting him will cancel his healing process, however. Still, this contributes to his SNK Boss status, since there's also a force field used while he's resurrecting, making it harder to hit him.
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LEXX:
Prince, an expy of Satan and the Big Bad of the last two seasons, could return after being killed, once a certain time period had elapsed. Worse, he could choose where he would reappear, and what his appearance would be, making him a de facto shapeshifter. His weaker enemy Duke could resurrect but not change his appearance.
Kai plays with this too. Although he's technically dead and only animated by protoblood, he would routinely get "killed" (decapitated, cut apart, etc.) which sometimes incapacitated him for a while until he was put back together properly. Other times, he's move around regardless of injuries.
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Infinity Blade features the deathless, whose defining characteristic is this ability.
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In The Death Gate Cycle, this is how the Serpents' immortality works; they can be killed (albeit with great difficulty), but because they feed on negative emotions and chaos, the violence of their deaths gives them the energy to return to life before long, twice as powerful as before. Both the Royal One (the Serpent king) and Sang-Drax (the most heavily featured Serpent) die and return at various points though its unclear if Sang-Drax's final death - being crushed by the collapsing Seventh Gate, a Cosmic Keystone - was sufficient to destroy him for good.
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In Kamen Rider Zi-O, every Monster of the Week has this power, simply reappearing as if they hadn't been hit by a Finishing Move. Each one can only be permanently killed by the Kamen Rider they're an Evil Knockoff of, or someone Power Copying them.
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The blood warriors from Princess Resurrection, most noticeably the protagonist Hiro. When a person dies, one of the royal siblings can bring them back to life with their blood. This makes the blood warriors semi-immortal. When killed they will come back to life and when just hurt, their wounds will heal quick. However, there is a price to pay: the blood warriors have to drink royal blood every few days or they will die for real. So they have to follow and fight for one of the royal siblings in order to survive. And of course, they have to die, before they can become semi-immortal to begin with.
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This is basically Izuku's quirk in the My Hero Academia fanfic Nutricula. Every time he dies, whether accidentally or on purpose, he'll be clinically dead for a couple of seconds and then wake up as if nothing bad ever happened. And as a bonus, every time he dies, he gets a new power.
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Atelier series: the homunculi of the Dusk trilogy are immortal, coming back to life shortly after dying. All three games in the trilogy feature an event where the lead character is invited to a homunculus funeral, unaware that the funeral ends with the deceased coming back from the dead. And in a case of Gameplay and Story Integration, Atelier Shallie's Homura, a homunculus party member, has a perpetual Auto-Revive effect applied to him by a passive skill.
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American Horror Story: 1984: Richard Ramirez is granted this by Satan. Every time he's killed, after a short period his wounds will heal and he'll come back to life. This leads to his Fate Worse than Death, as the ghosts of Camp Redwood decide to keep watch over his body, and kill him immediately whenever he comes back.
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In The Night Angel Trilogy, the holder of the black ka'kari has this. They come back to life if killed at the cost of having someone they care about die soon after.
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As long as Thanos is alive, Drax the Destroyer will be there to try to kill him, no matter how many times Drax dies before Thanos does. Interestingly, the one time Drax died while Thanos was also dead, he stayed that way; but as soon as Thanos was resurrected, Drax was as well. Played for Drama more than anything else, as Drax's resurrections are described as "being torn from his well-earned paradise"; while Thanos has, at various points, been completely rejected by Death.
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In Kubera, this is the difference between the gods and the Nastika. Nastika are more powerful than gods, but gods can resurrect themselves infinitely (though it does take a few decades), while Nastika only live once. Some of the Nastika's lesser servants do have a form of this trope, however; Hura, from the Asura Clan, has a unique transcendental that lets him resurrect twelve times a day, in addition to his already ridiculous Healing Factor.
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Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor: Talion is "banished from death" because of his psychic bond with the world's only elven wraith, allowing him to respawn at special towers after a short period of time. He's not happy about it because (1) his family is dead and (2) dying hurts / damages memories.
In Middle-earth: Shadow of War, anyone who wears one of the Rings will get this form of immortality, including the Nazgul. Talion is abandoned by Celebrimbor near the end of the game and has to wear a Nazgul ring to retain his immortality.
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In Valérian, this is the fate of the fallen archangels who lose at the divine game of economics on planet Hypsis, most notably Mr. L.C.F. Sat. Having lost his immortality, but not his eternity, he dies repeatedly for no reason, evaporating into the air, only to poof back none worse for wear.
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The Elder Scrolls
Umaril the Unfeathered, the Ayleid sorcerer-king who ruled the Ayleid Empire at the time of the Alessian Revolt, had been granted this by the Daedric Prince Meridia. Alessia's divine champion, Pelinal Whitestrake, was able to defeat but not kill Umaril during the Revolt. Come Oblivion's Knights of the Nine expansion, Umaril has returned, serving as the expansion's Big Bad.
The series' Dragons are divine, ageless beings with this sort of immortality. While anyone of sufficient ability can slay the physical form of a dragon, that dragon can be resurrected later by another dragon. The only way to permanently kill a dragon is for another dragon (or Dragonborn) to absorb its soul. In Skyrim, Alduin is bringing slain dragons back to life to serve him once again.
In Online, the player characters have had their souls ripped from their bodies, but the ritual meant to process their souls had a major side-effect: with their souls mostly disconnected from their bodies, they can come back to life indefinitely.
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Pokémon: The Olympus Mons Xerneas and Yveltal have limited lifespans, and at the end of theirs, they affect all life in the surrounding area (Xerneas by releasing its entire life into the area, Yveltal by draining all life nearby into itself), then assume the form of a tree/cocoon to sleep for a thosand years, after which they can reawaken (and they inevitably are during the events of Pokémon X and Y).
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The DCU's Immortal Man and Resurrection Man both have this power, coming back to life each time they're killed. It became a plot point in the "Way of the World" storyline where Supergirl thought Resurrection Man's power might be used to save a boy who was dying from cancer.
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The Nameless One in Planescape: Torment. He had achieved immortality some time in his early thirties, and each time he dies, he'll heal up and get back up again shortly afterwards. Every once in a great while (as in "not during the course of the game"), this wipes his memories and gives him a different personality. Dying is even a way to solve some of the puzzles, and learning why he won't die is his goal in the series. He could be killed permanently by being killed by a particularly powerful being, by having his body wholly destroyed by cremation or being eaten and digested, and by one very specific weapon.
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PlanetSide. When a soldier travels through a warp gate, they are matrixed into the planet's core. When they die, their body is deconstructed and then rebuilt at a spawn room. In the backstory, a Terran commander executed a pilot via firing squad for flying through a warp gate without orders - and the pilot kept showing up sitting under trees on continents. This has of course fueled the state of Forever War the planet currently finds itself in.
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On Lucifer, Pierce/Cain seems to have this ability. When Lucifer figures out who Pierce is, he stabs him in the chest. Pierce falls to the ground and appears to die, only to get up a few minutes later and pull the knife out of his chest.
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The Mother in La-Mulana immediately revives if her body is killed. The plot of the game involves the player finding a means to give her soul a physical form since killing it will kill The Mother for good.
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In Magic: The Gathering, some creatures have the ability to immediately return from the graveyard to your library, like the first iteration of the three Eldrazi Titans from Rise of the Eldrazi, or hand, like the three corrupted gods from Hour of Devastation.
Squee the Goblin also could not stay dead. This turned out to be not such a good thing when he was captured and delivered to Crovax, Evincar of Rath. Crovax considered Squee to be Yawgmoth's reward to him and would proceed to kill Squee a hundred times a day.
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Escape From the Moon: Doa was given this to ensure she would live out her thousand-year sentence in jail, reviving in her bed in the station every time she dies. In the sequel, when she's in an alternate universe, she just revives on the spot where she died.
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In the fifth Malazan Book of the Fallen book, Midnight Tides, Rhulad Sengar returns from the dead after being killed, thanks to the cursed sword in his hand at the time. This begins a path of dying and being resurrected again and again. Since the whole dying thing is agonizing and mind-warping, and the process of returning is even worse, this ends up being a case of being Blessed with Suck. This also gains him the title of the Emperor of a Thousand Deaths.
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Code Vein: Revenants dissolve on death and eventually reform elsewhere, missing a few memories; this process is called dispersal. A Revenant can be permanently killed (which turns them to ash) by destroying their heart, but this is harder than it sounds. The vast majority of the time, there is no reason to fear death. The much larger danger is the threat of frenzying and becoming Lost. If a Revenant doesn't get enough blood, or is exposed to too much Miasma, they will lose their minds and attack in a berserk rage. Soon after, their bodies will horrifically mutate into impossible and powerful forms. The Lost can never regain their minds again, but retain the Revenant ability to disperse and reform. The Gaol of the Mists is overwhelmed by the Lost, as the countless Revenant soldiers inevitably run out of blood and join their ranks.
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Those cursed by the thorns in A Rose in the Twilight, like the main character Rose, cannot die. No matter how gruesome their death is, they will simply reappear in another area as if nothing happened. In fact, part of the game requires Rose to be placed in death traps to advance.
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In If the Emperor Had a Text-to-Speech Device, Vulkan. He is, as in canon, a Perpetual, meaning he can resurrect shortly after any death. In this series, it seems to have left him without much survival instinct to speak of. He's died four times onscreen and has one death referenced, and each time bounces back just as peppy as before.
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In Acacia, people from the 'Other Lands' have access to magical machines that can suck out a victim's soul and put it in them. This increases the person's life by the remainder of the victim's lifespan and if the person is killed, the soul they harvested is used bring them back to life instantly. Since a person can store many souls inside themselves and harvest more in the future, that person can potentially stay young forever and be killed an ungodly number of times until they run out of souls. One such immortal was killed permanently via beheading, with his stored souls constantly leaking out of him as he dies multiple times per second.
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Members of the Serious Foundation in Ask Serious Rainbow are fitted with technology that's able to resurrect them about five seconds after they die. Serious has flat out exploited it to get an advantage in battle.
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The immortals of Lost Odyssey have this type of immortality in gameplay: they take damage normally in combat, but only stay KO'ed for a couple turns before reviving. In cutscenes, meanwhile, they're basically indestructible.
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Parodied in an episode of Robot Chicken, ending with Jesus showing this while being repeatedly killed by a cyclops with a club. A brief segment after this shows him dying seven times in fourteen seconds.
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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice: Sekiro has been blessed by his lord, the Divine Heir, with the Dragon's Heritage, which allows him to revive himself after being killed. However, if he runs out of his own life force (which takes only one or two resurrections) he will unconsciously begin drawing on the life force of other people, infecting them with a sickness called Dragonrot. In addition, some enemies in the game are infested with giant centipedes that prevent their bodies from dying, no matter the harm done to them. If killed, they just get back up a short while later.
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In Naruto, it's implied that a Tailed Beast can be temporarily killed, but as they are the embodiment of all Chakra, they will not stay dead. And they will resurrect extremely pissed off. The only semi-permanent way of dealing with one is to seal them inside a human being. The only problem is, this makes the person the walking equivalent of a nuclear bomb, with most people trying to use, capture or kill them, and the host's darker emotions will inevitably transfer over to the Tailed Beast, making it even more ticked off than before. Rinse and repeat each time a host dies and the new one suffers abuse anew. On the other hand...if one of those people overcomes their hate and fear and passes THAT on to the Beast...
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The Tartarus guild in Fairy Tail has the ability to restore any demon of theirs that has died. They can also adjust the appearances of the demons with each rebirth. Fairy Tail being a guild of technical pacifists, this ability of the Tartarus guild has been demonstrated as a result of the demons having a much lower standard for when to use their last resort suicide attacks.
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In Fate/stay night, Berserker has this ability. He can come back to life up to eleven times, and he becomes immune to whatever killed him in the first place. He can also regain a life once a day. However, extremely strong attacks can take away multiple lives at once.
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Warhammer 40,000:
The Necrons are an entire RACE of this. Even if reduced to liquid metal, any Necron is teleported away and rebuilt to be redeployed. However, later fluff has nerfed this by reducing the Necrons' overall mental ability every time they die, some of them even forgetting that they're made of metal and flay their enemies alive to wear their skin.
Hive Tyrants of the Tyranids have this built into them. Being the commander of an entire Redshirt Army of Zerg Rush troops means that commanders seldom survive long, so each Hive Tyrant can and will reform in a new body with their mind and memories intact (but only until the current campaign is over). The only exception to this is the Swarmlord, who transcends the various hive fleets and always reforms with his memories. His body is also unique, possessing materials not native to the galaxy, implying that the hive mind will go through the trouble of transmuting the materials for his specially crafted Bonesabres just for the Swarmlord.
Then there is Lucius The Eternal, the personal champion of the deity of excess, Slaanesh. Lucius' quirk is that should he be bested in battle and the one who defeated him feels even the tiniest amount of pride about it, said person will slowly and painfully morph into Lucius and the only thing left of them will be a new screaming face on Lucius' Power Armor. Considering the amount of faces already on it, this happened quite often.
Terrifyingly, he can possess you in this manner without you even being aware you killed him. In one story, a worker in a munitions factory turned into Lucius when the Chaos Lord stepped on a landmine he made on a distant battlefield on another world. He was proud to work on munitions that destroyed the Imperium's enemies, and that was enough.
Also, Perpetuals. Even completely vaporized, they can pull their subatomic particles back together. The most famous of whom is the God-Emperor of Mankind, which suggests that Horus must have hurt him badly if he's been on life-support for the past ten millennia. Another is his son Vulkan, who was once tortured to death thousands of times by the Night Lord but kept on resurrecting. And in a lighter example, the shamans of prehistoric Earth could reincarnate themselves after death, but when they began to lose their souls to the emerging Chaos Gods they made a suicide pact and merged to form the future Emperor.
The Dark Eldar can bring dead bodies back, both themselves and slaves who hoped to escape their torturers by dying. However, doing it too often causes little mutations to show up on their bodies (not to mention what it does to their minds). Urien Rakarth, the undisputed master of the procedure, is so far gone he actually looks forward to dying so he can catalog the changes made to his body.
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The deceased believers in Christ in the Left Behind book series gain this ability once they and their still-living counterparts are Caught Up in the Rapture and Ascend to a Higher Plane of Existence. This also applies to those who became believers during the Tribulation and were martyred for their faith.
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The Amar Kabal of The Beyonders possess this. When an Amar Kabal dies, their mind and memories are stored in their "seed", a small cyst-like growth on the back of the neck that detaches after death. Planting the seed in the ground will cause the Amar Kabal within to regrow their body within a few months. Destroying a seed kills the Amar Kabal inside it, and will cause every other Amar Kabal to declare war on you. One quirk of this is that the "template" for the regrowth is locked by the Amar Kabal's First Death, so most seed(wo)men deliberately kill themselves around twenty-five or so to insure the best quality of body in future rebirths.
In the second book a seed man is bitten by a zombie and his seed is excised before the infection kills him, the excision killing him instantly. Later, after the group discovers that some zombies retain their sentience and memories of their old life they run into him, which results in there being two of him once they plant his seed.
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Team Fortress 2:
The game has this in the form of Redmond and Blutarch, CEOs for RED and BLU, respectively. In an attempt to try to outlive the other brother, both have a machine built for them to prevent them from dying, with obvious results. It does not grant immortality in the normal sense, but it does resurrect them within seconds of dying, which does grant the user immortality in the sense that they don't stay dead for long (the third brother, Grey, also has an immortality machine, but it seems to work differently). In a related vein, respawning in-game appears to be part of canon and not just a gameplay mechanic, given that some classes, particularly Sniper, comment on it.
Touched upon again in Poker Night at the Inventory, where the Heavy has "dreams" where he dies but then "wakes up" and continues fighting.
A couple of the supplementary comics give two possible explanations for the game's respawn mechanic:
At least for how the Soldier can't die - he ate an entire bottle of magical "Kill Me, Come Back Stronger" pills owned by his (former) magician roommate. Apparently this is enough for Merasmus to not even try killing him (in the comic, at least; he'll rip your head off in-game regardless of class). The rest of his team might have taken such pills too... And the other team, too, seeing as how the Administrator wants a perpetual stalemate between RED and BLU (well, right up until the robots show up, and she would be delighted to make use of such a thing...)
It's revealed late in Team Fortress Comics that the Medic somehow collected the entire team's souls, including his own, and wound them together in order to cheat a Deal with the Devil. This gives all of the mercenaries the ability to come back from death unscathed, though they can be Killed Off for Real by old age.
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Tenzen Yakushiji from Basilisk. As long as his inner parasite twin is fine he can abuse this power as much as he wants.
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Dracula does this in the one episode in which he appears. Buffy stakes him and he dusts, but then he reforms, only for Buffy to stake him again.
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In Middle-earth: Shadow of War, anyone who wears one of the Rings will get this form of immortality, including the Nazgul. Talion is abandoned by Celebrimbor near the end of the game and has to wear a Nazgul ring to retain his immortality.
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In Invincible, Atom Eve's powers become more potent right when she dies, allowing her to save herself and others by directly transmuting them (her powers normally can't transmute organic matter). The final issue reveals this also applies to a natural death via aging — when she dies of old age, she immediately comes back young and re-vitalized.
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Doctor Who and Torchwood:
The Doctor (and any other Time Lord) can regenerate when their body dies. They retain all their memories but gain a new appearance and personality. This has been changed slightly in the new series since The Doctor doesn't fully die before regenerating. In a 1960s episode, the Doctor once stated that Time Lords can "live forever, barring accidents." The trope is not guaranteed to be in place indefinitely, however, as the series established (in a 1976 episode, and later confirmed in 2013) that Time Lords usually may only regenerate 12 times before final death, however the High Council has the ability to grant a renewed regeneration cycle (which is done with the Master, per "The Sound of Drums", and the Doctor, in "The Time of the Doctor"). The regenerations of the First, War and Eleventh Doctors, though, imply that there is a physical limit at which point the current body either dies (if it's the last regeneration) or regenerates. The First Doctor wonders whether his body is wearing out or he's being weakened by Mondas' influence shortly before he regenerates. The War Doctor regenerates immediately after parting with the Tenth and the Eleventh, his body having been worn out by the Time War (which either lasted 400 years or nearly an eternity, since it was fought on multiple battlegrounds in multiple time periods). The Eleventh Doctor spends about 900 years near-constantly battling half of the known universe, trying to prevent them from conquering Trenzalore, and ends up looking like a very old man. By this point, the Doctor has probably beaten Jack in physical age (and he actually lived those years, while Jack spent the vast majority of them Buried Alive).
Captain Jack Harkness can technically die, but only for a short while due to a mixture of this and From a Single Cell. In Torchwood: Miracle Day, Jack became mortal again. He returns to being immortal at the end of Miracle Day, with Rex also gaining this kind of immortality. note  Word of God speculated in the episode commentary that the Blessing may have only removed Jack's Healing Factor, and that were he to die during the Miracle, he would have simply revived as normal.
The character of Ashildr, introduced in the Series 9 episode "The Girl Who Died", is rendered "functionally immortal" due to the Doctor installing alien tech in her head to keep her alive, but at the cost of her now losing the ability to die. This is modified in the later episode "The Woman Who Lived", where we learn she can be killed, but will usually quickly recover from otherwise fatal injury. In "Hell Bent" we learn that she ultimately lives until the last moments of the universe, and even beyond thanks to being rescued by the Doctor.
Clara Oswald, as of the end of "Hell Bent", is said to be immortal and, in fact, lives in an almost-dead state, without breathing or having a pulse. It is strongly implied that the universe will not allow her to die until she returns to the originally designated time and place of her death.
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Little Nicky: Nicky dies a bunch of times during his time on Earth, but since he's the son of Satan, he just ends up in Hell each time and can immediately go right back. The only time he's delayed by this is because he ends up in Heaven instead.
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Child of the Storm has an example in Harry, who was stabbed in the heart by Daken and was promptly resurrected by the Phoenix, who is also revealed to be both the source of his protection, meaning that he's got embers of Phoenix Fire inside him, and having merged with Lily as a result of that, his mother. So really, it's very unlikely that she's going to let him stay dead if he dies again in the future. However, as the sequel reveals, a side-effect of the burst of power generated by the Phoenix, particularly from a death and resurrection (which unlike other bursts of power, can't be controlled or prevented since it happens more or less automatically) is that it'll unleash an Eldritch Abomination par excellence: Surtur, the original Dark Phoenix.
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In the Diablo series, part of the reason the Eternal Conflict between Heaven and Hell has been eternal is that both the Angiris Council and the Prime Evils have this. Even if their bodies are completely destroyed, they will eventually return.
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In Evolve, the monsters have this. "Killing" them just severs their connection to their corporeal form and forces them back to their dimension, where they can easily reform and return.
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Lance Galahad of Brain Dead 13 has this from the very start, up to the very end of the game, even in a Kaizo Trap. And since the player has unlimited lives in this game, he always comes back, no matter how many times he gets decapitated, mutilated, doused in acid, eaten up, drained of blood, etc.
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Great Lakes Avengers: Mr. Immortal's only superpower is the ability to resurrect in perfect health immediately after dying, regardless of the method of death. It is implied that he is homo s. supreme, having evolved beyond death, and will survive to see the end of the universe (becoming something akin to Galactus in the next universe as a result). He can take advantage of it by killing himself to heal any persistent injuries, so it's not entirely a bad thing.
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In Hunter × Hunter, Camilla has The Cat with a Million Lives, in which of she's killed by someone, the life force of the killer is transferred over to her and allows her to resurrect herself, healing any wounds she received. That the killer dies in the process avoids many of the downsides to this power as it doesn't allow the same person to kill her over and over. However, she has little to no fighting skill other than decent aim with a gun. Her older brother Benjamin, having learned of this power and instantly realizing how dangerous it is, neutralizes it by simply imprisoning her, and unlike cases like Mr. Immortal, she cannot simply kill herself to activate it—someone must murder her. Camilla is also not immortal in the traditional sense, as she still ages normally.
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One-Punch Man:
This is what's earned Zombieman a spot among the S-class heroes, who usually get there through sheer destructive power. In terms of offense, he's merely really well trained, but completely normal. But he cannot die, period. He's been atomized before, and it only made him take a bit longer to return. And he makes full use of this while fighting.
On the monster's side, Phoenix Man has these powers as a result of his phoenix costume, which comes with the bonus of increasing his power and giving him new abilities with each subsequent revive. However, because they're tied to his costume, losing the suit removes said resurrection powers. Also, depending on how he dies, the suit may bring him back in a form that actually isn't that powerful.
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Rise of the Tomb Raider: The army of Kitezh gained this ability along with eternal youth through a powerful ancient relic called the Divine Source, which removed their souls from their bodies. Whenever a soldier was fatally wounded, they would disintegrate in a flash of blue fire only to return later in the same spot. Becoming known as the Deathless Ones, they dedicated their eternal lives to guarding the relic.
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Superman's foe Doomsday will come back to life immune to whatever killed him before.
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Weavers in The Dawnhounds are make a deal with one of the gods that means they get thrown back into the world every time they die. Each resurrection makes them more powerful, but also chips away at their humanity—old weavers start to come apart at the seams.
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Trance Gemini in Andromeda is shot dead in the pilot but comes back to life on her own; Dylan later remarks when someone attempts to take her hostage that she's done that twice that he knows of. Later, she gets taken over by a sapient spore that animates dead hosts, causing Dylan to question whether she's actually alive to begin with.
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The Cylons on Battlestar Galactica (2003) do this when they die. So long as they're in the operational range of a Resurrection Ship, and the resurrection network is online, then when they die they merely Body Surf into a dormant identical body and continue their existence. However, this also means they get to carry the psychological and emotional trauma of dying with them into their new body and some Cylons are so traumatized by the experience that their consciousnesses are "boxed" rather than having them become a Broken Bird and be a drain on Cylon society.
In Caprica, Zoe and Tamara possess this ability in New Cap City in a particularly fast variant. The environment is programmed in such a way to permanently ban anyone who is killed from ever entering again. For Z&T this is just a minor nuisance because they are programs with no real body to return to, so getting killed will cause a glitch and remodel them immediately.
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Hades: All the main named characters are demi-gods or outright gods, and are already in the Underworld. Should any of them die (especially Main Character Zagreus, who will die battling his way out. A lot), they simply reappear in the House of Hades at the bottom of Tartarus, no worse for wear save for a blow to their pride.
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In the War of the Chosen expansion for XCOM 2, the Chosen each have a device called a sarcophagus that dedicates a massive amount of Psionic energy to resurrecting the chosen it's tied to every time they die.
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Ethan in the Ctrl+Alt+Del V2 storyline, based on Analog and D-Pad, has infinite respawns. Since that's his only power, he uses gadgets in a similar vein as Batman. Ethan can use this power strategically in battle, such as when he gets grappled by an opponent and decides to jump out of the window to then respawn back in the building. He also uses it for dramatic effect, one time swinging through a window, getting killed by the glass shrapnel, and dying for shock value only to respawn a second later. Unfortunately, the room was completely empty.
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The world of Aelion in Skyforge is watched over by the immortals. If an immortal's body sustains too much damage they simply dematerialize into the ether and then reassemble themselves elsewhere, good as new. There is no known way to actually kill them and building a prison that could hold one eternally becomes a plot point.
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South Park:
Kenny has this power. This was confirmed in the episode Mysterion Rises as he explains that he dies but wakes up in his bed the next day, and no-one else has any memories of his death, but this had been hinted at several times before, notably after the episode where he was replaced by Butters, and later Tweek. He recovered from that and when he came back the other characters asked where he had been. In another Stan is upset that Kyle is seriously ill and will soon die, making Kenny annoyed that he's so upset about that but no-one ever cared about all the times he died, but Stan doesn't hear him. Apart from that he dies on a regular basis since the very first season but comes back anyway because Status Quo Is God, without any explanation. He died in the first episode but came back anyway in the next one. note  Some episodes it's implied that characters do remember; they just don't care anymore. Immediately after complaining to Stan, Kenny is killed again-but Stan barely notices. In another, Timmy tries to kill Jimmy by giving him an orange parka just like Kenny's, causing disasters to follow Jimmy wherever he went. And there have been variations of their catchphrase ("Oh my God, he / she / they / we killed Kenny! You / We're bastards!") where its obvious they don't really care and are just saying it out of habit.
In Mysterion Rises it's shown that Kenny's mother becomes magically pregnant with a new Kenny every time he dies and gives birth within a few minutes, making this a combination of Born-Again Immortality and Rapid Aging to get him back up to eight years old before morning, because Cthulhu.
In one two part episode, Kenny is killed as normal during the first part, then simply appears out of thin air during the second (getting the non-reaction "Oh, hi Kenny." from Stan), only to die again later in THAT episode.
Jesus. In one episode, he escapes from a jail cell (in the Vatican) by having Kyle kill him and resurrecting on the other side of the door. He can only do this on Easter.
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This is possessed by Sacred Eclipse in Undefeated Bahamut Chronicle. Overlaps with Came Back Strong, as it gains new powers each time it resurrects, ensuring that it will eventually become impossible to defeat.
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The main character of The Cat Lady is granted this type of immortality. Unfortunately, every time she's revived it costs the life of another person.
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Zigzagged in Warrior Cats. Clan leaders are granted nine lives from StarClan, the spirits of their ancestors. If they die, they are brought back from the dead, fully healed. However, since they only get nine lives, they can only come back eight times, and the ninth death is permanent. As well, they can still die permanently from old age no matter how many lives they have, only their cause of death is healed (Brokenstar is repeatedly injured and killed in Fire and Ice and Forest of Secrets, and comes back with injuries), and some things are able to kill a leader multiple times, such as Scourge's organ shredding blow against Tigerstar in The Darkest Hour, Leopardstar's diabetes in Fading Echoes, and Rowanstar's yellowcough in Thunder and Shadow.
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Due to Fallen London being located 'downstream of Hell', its inhabitants all have this, although they can't come back from disease, nor old age, nor are they exempt from the Chunky Salsa Rule.
Hesperidean Cider seems to grant a true version of this.
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In a more general example, this is how Happy Tree Friends fanfics tend to portray the rampant dying integral to the show, since they don't have Negative Continuity to fall back on like the show. Of course, considering what the show is like, Immortality Hurts follows close behind.
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Kenji Murasame from Giant Robo has this type of immortality. He's also got a bit of Made of Iron going on, since non-fatal wounds barely slow him down, but he'll always come back from anything that would definitely kill anyone else, including complete bodily disintegration. He's quick about it, too. Getting shot in the head doesn't even put him down for more than half a minute or so.
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In American Gods gods don't age or get sick, and it takes a lot of effort to kill them. And if someone manages to kill them but they have enough prayers/belief/sacrifices something like them will materialize eventually. However The Old Gods are running short on belief. Mr. Wednesday's plan to start a war between the Old Gods and the New involves letting a sniper kill him, rallying the Old Gods to have this big battle with the New Gods that his partner-in-crime Loki would turn into a massive sacrifice to him. Granting him enough power to resurrect and then some.
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UQ Holder!: Kirie Sakurame's immortality is a variant of this: if she dies, time is rewound back to her last "save point", a small shrine that she can set up. Kirie keeps her memories, but everyone else's are reset, though she can alter the save point's properties to bring people back with her if she chooses. If her save point is destroyed or otherwise rendered ineffective, her death will cause time to be rewound back to the point where she first became immortal... some fifteen years ago.
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Batman's villain Ra's Al-Ghul can be brought back via the Lazarus Pit if necessary, but it is less and less effective as he naturally ages.
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Eleanor Camacho, the daughter of Deadpool has a Healing Factor like her father. Unlike her dad's version, hers is only activated upon death. It also de-ages her back to the age when her X-gene was first triggered.
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Also the Fused, the spirits of ancient dead parsh, who are resurrected by possessing living parsh. They are the reason the Heralds went to Damnation, as the Oathpact allowed the Heralds to trap them there, resurrecting once when a new Desolation starts. As of Oathbringer the pact is broken, and they can resurrect with each passage of the Everstorm every few days, although they seem to imply that not all the Fused have returned, and the Storm doesn't instantly bring all the Fused back.
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Irrelevator has the characters die sometimes, but not for long.
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Buffy the Vampire Slayer:
Dracula does this in the one episode in which he appears. Buffy stakes him and he dusts, but then he reforms, only for Buffy to stake him again.
Angel once faced a demon who, no matter how many times he cut it up, would always piece itself back together and come after him again.
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He outright exploits this during To Boldly Flee, wearing a red polo in order to ensure that he will never stay dead upon being killed. This is because a Red Shirt is immediately replaced by another Red Shirt after death, and the only actual Red Shirt among the heroes is Phelous himself.
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The fairies in the Touhou series work like this: They have very short lifespans, but are reborn in their default, healthy shape as soon as they die, even if they're blown to pieces, as long as the thing they embody still exists, essentially making them immortal. As a sort of deconstruction this also gives them a rather messed up view of life; since they have no concept of death they may consider setting someone aflame and pushing them off a cliff a lighthearted prank.
The characters Kaguya Houraisan and Fujiwara no Mokou functionally have this, but on an even more extreme level. They appear to die and resurrect, but they actually exist outside of life and death. Consuming the Hourai Elixir permanently removed the very concept of death from them, meaning that they'll come back from absolutely anything, up to and including complete annihilation of their bodies. Their main pastime is killing each other repeatedly, so their ability gets a lot of mileage. In Mokou's case the player gets to see it firsthand, as in her boss battle she dies and resurrects after each of her spell cards.
Side character Hieda no Akyuu has a variant: she has the bloodline of the Child of Miare, which means she carries the memories of all the Children of Miare before her. When she dies, instead of losing the memories and incarnating as something else, she'll spend a certain time in the Netherworld and then arise as the next Child.
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Digimon as a species have this with the exception of Digimon Tamers where it's absent. While the overall mechanics differ, the base version is this: when a Digimon dies, they will reform as a Digiegg and hatch. For most, this resets their power level to In-Training form or even Baby and forces them to take the long way back to full strength (as naturally Digivolving is explicitly a long process), but partner Digimon typically have this accelerated by their partner. Whether or not they remember their old life or not varies from series to series. Exceptions to this vary by series: in Adventure, if a Digimon dies in the real world, they're dead as their data can't get back to the Digital World, though they may persist as a ghost. In Data Squad, that doesn't apply but Big Bad Kurata creates a way to corrupt their data and kill them permanently.
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Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt: Garterbelt can't stay dead until his mission on Earth is complete; his death animation just plays backwards some time after he dies. However, he doesn't seem to be much stronger than a properly trained human, given how easily Corset tore a hole in his heart.
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In GURPS, this is called Unkillable, and comes in various flavors.
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The Daevas of Aion are seemingly immortal, being able to reform with a type of resurrection stone if killed. One of the main quests involves the player investigating a malfunctioning stone, which turns anyone under its influence into zombies rather than reform them.
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Furi: The Stranger naturally revives after any death, hence why the Guardians have to keep him locked up rather than simply killed.
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From Ao no Fuuin, Takao seems to have this, reappearing unharmed when injured or presumed dead. Turns out he doesn't have this, he's merely a projection that his head can recreate as often as necessary due to a Fate Worse than Death.
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The main characters of Angel Beats! often suffer horribly ignominious (and often hilarious) deaths, only to return to life a few minutes later whole, hale, and cracking wise.
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In Shadowverse a flashback reveals that Nicola Adel has died and revived several times, with his body feeling increasingly alien each time.
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Peter the phoenix and Lemon the vampire from Shining Force II can automatically resurrect after each battle for free if defeated.
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Mr and Mrs Gold: Until she is resuscitated by Hades, Belle was dead for three days.
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In Online, the player characters have had their souls ripped from their bodies, but the ritual meant to process their souls had a major side-effect: with their souls mostly disconnected from their bodies, they can come back to life indefinitely.
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In Charmed, the Lazarus Demon always comes back to life fully healed, even if he is reduced to ashes. The only way to neutralize him is to bury his remains, and he'll come back if he is dug up.
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Dr. Henry Morgan of Forever can be injured like anyone else, but if killed his body will disappear and he will wake up in the nearest body of water completely healed. He is also The Ageless and has been around for at least 200 years. His Evil Counterpart "Adam" has been alive for over 2000 years and has grown to no longer care about the lives of everyone else, killing without remorse. The one exception to this is anyone who has survived the German camps, since "Adam" himself was being experimented on by Dr. Mengele, who was trying to learn the secret of this trope. Due to the series' cancellation, we'll never know what caused Henry and "Adam" to become immortal, although it's implied to have been Heroic Sacrifice for Henry.
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The main character of Prey (2006) acquires this power after he dies by falling off a bridge in an organic alien Dyson Sphere. After dying for the first time, he finds himself in another dimension called "the Land of the Ancients", where his grandfather's spirit teaches him how to spirit walk (intentionally separating his body and spirit for a certain time) and death walk (return to his body when his spirit is separated by it after a death).
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In Merlin, Merlin himself, who is still alive in the present day. He's taken fireballs to the chest, swords, and huge slash wounds, and yet has gotten up again. It was confirmed in a Distant Finale that he really is immortal like his mythological roots. Very heavily implied as early as 4x02 with the Dorocha. Gaius outright says that no mortal can survive their touch, yet Merlin does.
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In Templars of the Shifting Verse, the Templars can die and be injured, but they always return three days later in the Hall.
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The Inevitable Comeback creature power from Feng Shui allows a supernatural creature to resurrect after being killed.
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Meat Boy is a One-Hit Point Wonder, but reforms within one or two seconds, much to the frustration of Dr. Fetus. And not just during gameplay, during cutscenes too!
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Unreal Tournament and sequels, not just a game mechanic, as game lore suggest repeated death and resurrection can chase a persons mind to collapse.
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The Tall Man of Phantasm who simply can't be stopped. Destroy him completely and another identical one will step out of the portal and finish where he left off.
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Ye Gods plays with this. A god might revive in a weakened state if they made plans prior to their death. This method won't work if the god was permakilled and gods don't automatically come with Resurrective Immortality. If a god had no plans in place and was permakilled, nothing can bring them back beyond very uncommon events.
By default, angels will revive on their own unless their soul was stolen or destroyed.
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Chas Chandler on Constantine has this type of immortality. There is a reason he's John Constantine's oldest friend - nobody else survives the dangers around him for long.
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type
Resurrective Immortality
 White Sheep (Fanfic) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 White Sheep (RWBY) (Fanfic) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Hocus Pocus / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Rockula / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Zardoz / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Touhou (Franchise) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Campione! / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 The Death Mage Who Doesn't Want a Fourth Time / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 American Gods / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Borderlands / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Discworld / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Eldraeverse / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Horus Heresy / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Legend of Zagor / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Mogworld / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Oathbringer / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 The Beyonders / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 The Girl from the Miracles District / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 The One Who Eats Monsters / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 The Zombie Knight / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Void Domain / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 CirqueDuNie
seeAlso
Resurrective Immortality
 GreatLakesAvengers
seeAlso
Resurrective Immortality
 Insane Forgiveness
seeAlso
Resurrective Immortality
 PokeWars
seeAlso
Resurrective Immortality
 Ao no Fuuin (Manga) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Aphorism (Manga) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Batman (Manga) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Immortal Hounds (Manga) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Princess Resurrection (Manga) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 UQ Holder! (Manga) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Friends at the Table (Podcast) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Plumbing the Death Star (Podcast) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Campus Life (Roleplay) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Black★Rock Shooter – Innocent Souls (Roleplay) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Cirque du Nie (Roleplay) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 City of Lost Characters (Roleplay) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Glowfic (Roleplay) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Margedion Academy (Roleplay)
seeAlso
Resurrective Immortality
 Chilling Adventures of Sabrina / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Highlander / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Iron Fist (2017) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Lucifer (2016) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Big Eyes, Small Mouth (Tabletop Game) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Delta Green (Tabletop Game) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Eberron (Tabletop Game) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Feng Shui (Tabletop Game) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Gods of the Fall (Tabletop Game) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Mummy: The Resurrection (Tabletop Game) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Night's Black Agents (Tabletop Game) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Numenera (Tabletop Game) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Old World of Darkness (Tabletop Game) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 AdventureQuest 3D (Video Game) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Atlas Reactor (Video Game) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Castlevania: Curse of Darkness (Video Game) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Code Vein (Video Game) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Destroy All Humans! (Video Game) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Dungeons 3 (Video Game) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time (Video Game) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Final Fantasy Type-0 (Video Game) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Gyossait (Video Game) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft (Video Game) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Hellsinker (Video Game) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 La-Mulana (Video Game) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Meat Boy (Video Game) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Middle-earth: Shadow of War (Video Game) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Minecraft Adventure Maps (Video Game) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Nekro (Video Game)
seeAlso
Resurrective Immortality
 Onimusha 2: Samurai's Destiny (Video Game) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Prey (2006) (Video Game) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Quake I (Video Game) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Scooby-Doo! Night of 100 Frights (Video Game) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Shadowverse (Video Game) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Sins of a Solar Empire (Video Game) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Skyforge (Video Game) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel (Video Game) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Touhou Labyrinth (Video Game) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 NieR: Automata / Videogame / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Everyman HYBRID (Web Video) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Phelous (Web Video) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 The Rosen Hacker (Web Video)
seeAlso
Resurrective Immortality
 Drowtales (Webcomic) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 El Vosque (Webcomic) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 One-Punch Man (Webcomic) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Templars of the Shifting Verse (Webcomic) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 The Air Ride Series (Webcomic) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 The Settlers (Webcomic) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Undying Happiness (Webcomic) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Wreck-It Ralph / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Young Justice - Original Series / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 The Melinda Chronicles (Fanfic) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Sunday Without God / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality
 Basilisk (Manga) / int_934eb07f
type
Resurrective Immortality