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3-10-2010 @ 3:50PM
Immortal is probably a judgment call by those who aren't (ie Humans). To us, 500 years is pretty good for age, and we are long dead at that point. For example, the Revolutionary War happened less than 250 years ago. So in the human perspective, the elves are still immortal. The elves are well aware of the literal truth, though. Just my perspective.
3-11-2010 @ 1:23AM
No, they really were immortal without outside measures.Diseases, aging, all of that sorta stuff simply didn't mess with them.Stabby metal would.When the people responsible for the destruction of continents are still hanging out in prison after THOUSANDS of years and haven't aged a day, they are pretty much never going to.
3-11-2010 @ 9:02AM
So the destruction of the world tree did what (this is true curiosity)? What part of their immortality did they lose?
3-12-2010 @ 8:43AM
@AngusNo, they were not immortal. World Tree and Nozdormu gave them immortality.
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