An Immortal is someone who is or was made unable to naturally die. Almost all forms of damage that would kill an ordinary being will either make the immortal feel pain or do nothing.
Causes of ImmortalityEdit
Godhood: All gods, demigods,
cosmic avatars and similar beings are immortal since birth.
Magic: Certain artifacts, such as Bathsheba's Oil of Healing, can turn a creature immortal, if it's not naturally that way;
Death: When a creature reaches the afterlife, it no longer alive in the usual sense.
List of Immortals in The LibrariansEdit
- Judson (Deceased; made Immortal by his connection to the library; connection to the library severed)
- Charlene(Deceased; made Immortal by her connection to the library; connection to the library severed)
- Dulaque (defeated)
- Jenkins (Made Immortal by magic)
- Santa Claus (avatar of good will)
- Gretchen Claus (Santa Claus' wife)
- Nicholas Flamel (mentioned by Jenkins)
- Wandering Jew (mentioned by Jenkins)
- The Black Mask (mentioned by Jenkins)
- Morgan Le Fay (immortal sorceress; feeds off magic backlash to keep herself young and powerful)
- Dorian Gray (Deceased; gave himself eternal youth by transferring his excess and sins to others)
- Apep(<Deceased; made mortal when he was given a soul, thought, and love)
- According to Jenkins immortals prefer Southern Europe in the early spring.
- A demon contract cannot kill an immortal because the contract does not have the power to kill what cannot be killed.
- An immortal can use their body to help break a fall for a mortal. This causes a lot of pain, though.
- The only way an Immortal can be killed is from the inside.
- Immortals cannot use prophecy magic to see into the future.