Immortality is the ability to live forever, and not being subjected to aging or disease.
These particular beings are considered to be constant, nearly completely indestructible and immune to age and disease, although they are not completely indestructible and can still be banished or killed.
- Cosmic Entity - An entity that holds near absolute power within the Empty, a place predating God and the Darkness. Not much else is known about it.
- Death - Death was nearly invincible and couldn't be killed except by his scythe.
- God - Death claimed that he could kill him, but he died before this could be tested out. His older sister, The Darkness, has the power to kill him.
- The Darkness - A primeval yet destructive force that has existed alongside God, only her brother is able to kill her.
These particular beings are immune to age, viruses, and disease. However, they can still be killed through the use of special weapons, powers and rituals and more powerful beings.
- Archangels - Archangels have an infinitely long lifespan and aren't subject to time, even their vessels are unaffected by age or diseases, they also don't need to breathe, eat, or sleep to sustain themselves. They are some of the oldest beings in all of Creation. They're nearly indestructible, but an Archangel blade can hurt and kill them, as can God, Death and Amara.
- Eve - Eve is immortal and cannot die of disease or old age. She was older than even the angels.
- Leviathans - Being creatures older than humans, souls and angels. Leviathan are immortal, in a variety of senses, having an ageless lifespan, meaning they simply do not age. Leviathans cannot be killed by but two means, one of which - a weapon - was devised by God. The other way for them to die is for them to be eaten by another Leviathan, or for the Leviathan to eat itself.
- Cain - He can be killed only by the First Blade or Death's scythe.
- Angels - Angels, even in their vessels, do not age and cannot be killed by diseases, toxins or Earthly weapons.
- Demons - Demons do not age and cannot be killed by conventional means.
- Alphas - As the first of their species, they have been around for a very long time without apparently aging. They can potentially live forever.
- Crocotta - They have a longer life span than humans, able to live for centuries.
- Deities - Pagan deities can live forever as they are immune to aging and disease. Many have been around for centuries or even millennia. Each one has a unique way to be killed.
- Djinns - Djinns can possibly live forever or at least live several hundred years.
- Doc Benton - His method of immortality had nothing to do with magic, spells or rituals are not a part of the formula, only science which was apparently of his own creation. It's stated by Doc Benton that there is a formula, suggesting that it was a chemical. He did however, steal other people's organs and body parts to replace his own when they ran down, or got damaged, this is most likely out of convenience though, as he can still act normally, when they are damaged beyond repair. He was also able to give others the formula, and thus his powers.
- Golem - As a non-biological being, it doesn't age or die by conventional methods.
- Horsemen - Powerful and indestructible entities.
- Nachzehrer - Nachzehrer do not age and cannot be killed unless be beheading with a copper coin in their mouths.
- Phoenix - Phoenix are immortal and they do not age at all. A Phoenix is immune to death by natural causes and aging. Based on Elias's comments, it seems before the Colt, there was no known way to kill a Phoenix, although the fact it was known that they combust upon death, implies there are other ways to kill them, though that could have been a paradox.
- Luther Shrike - Granted immortality inside of his property by Barthamus after blackmailing Barthamus with his human bones. Could be injured but not killed inside of his property as a result. Outside of his property, Luther was vulnerable to being killed.
- Shtriga - By feeding off life force, the Shtriga can live for an extended period of time.
- Vampires - Vampires can potentially live forever. They can not grow old and aren't affected by conventional diseases that affect humans, however, they are already undead, so they might not count.
- Wendigo - Wendigos can live forever, supposedly about hundreds of years.
- Kappa - Kappas can live over 100 years old.
These are beings who could live forever and are immune to age and disease, however they can die as easily as mortals from physical wounds.
- Clive Dylan
- Eleanor Visyak
- Lily Sunder
- Randa Moreno