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Old 04-02-2013, 11:58 AM   #9
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Default Re: How old is Thor?

That's true that that's what Loki was referring to, and while they refer to humans as mortals, they may even think of themselves as immortal in comparison... but aging means they decomposition. Perhaps they extend their lives, even indefinitely, via Odinsleeps or whatever, but aging means they have to have a natural lifespan, just as when a projectile starts falling you know it's going to hit the ground unless something else interferes with it.

That's the only way I can reconcile aging with them referring to themselves as immortal, anyway.

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