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Badger

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So, yesterday I was reading magazines about kids and family and began to wonder if an elf can be too old to recognise and reproduce?
We humans certainly can, it becomes problematic for females at the age of 40 or so and to males it might become problematic some time later that age.

Some elves, such as Wolfriders age and die eventually - except that I guess I have never seen a wolfrider die of old age - but the immortal elves only age and never die, unless something happens to them. Is Savah too old to reproduce anymore? Not to mention Timmain or Ekuar.
Or is it about the status, as seeing it so, that they have a hard time to find their match for Recognition?