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 Post subject: Basitin life-span
PostPosted: Fri Dec 22, 2006 7:53 pm 
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Exactly that: About how long is the life span of a Basitin?


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 22, 2006 8:19 pm 
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Basitin can live to be 60 years old or older. They are very tough, and highly resistant to disease, sickness, and poison.


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So basically similar to that of a modern human, just with a better immune system.


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 03, 2007 7:47 am 
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kuuzuryusen wrote:
So basically similar to that of a modern human, just with a better immune system.



Basitin's always get the good stuff! *grumble grumble*


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Wow, so Keidran all live in, um, a BIT unfair situation? :o


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Red-93 wrote:
Wow, so Keidran all live in, um, a BIT unfair situation? :o


Depends on whether you reckon a long live-span to be a good thing. According to Eric, Keidran themselves think that humans live unnaturally long, so I guess they're happy with their shorter live-span. I'm under the impression that they live much more intensely than humans, and that that compensates for the lower amount of years.


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hm... yea, and if Basitin are immune to diseases and have a really good immune system, they could potentially live much longer than normal(at least up to a point), as i mean unless one got crushed or something, if they wouldn't get struck down by disease when they start to get old, and most poison wouldn't affect them... well, what *would* kill them? not to mention that they are tough, so heart failure would probly not happen as much... not to mention they are stubborn, and i would assume a fierce will to live, which would definitely help...


dont put me in the soup for mixing fantasy and reality!!!!


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kuuzuryusen wrote:
So basically similar to that of a modern human, just with a better immune system.
humans can live up to an average of 80 years or more.


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Yes, humans can live that long NOW. I doubt that the TwoKinds world has the modern medicine and hygiene that we have now.


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wushu dancer wrote:
Yes, humans can live that long NOW. I doubt that the TwoKinds world has the modern medicine and hygiene that we have now.


Yep. Sure, with Magic, wouldn't be surprised if the Rich had a higher average lifespan then us. However, the sheer mass of commoners without access to magic (Which at least a portion of healing seems to be based on) would lower the average greatly.


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