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Originally posted by: ceruleanblue

Are there any certain examples we have of immortal elves having offspring well over, say, 5000 years?

All the High Ones for a start. When they arrived on the WOTM they were already ancient and they had to relearn how to reproduce.


Since we have no idea how old Dodia, Bihtia, Krim, or Brill are, it's hard to say. Or, how old Winnie was when Two-Edge was born. Kahvi's technically considered to be immortal by the Pinis, and she was at least 7000 when she had Venka. That also answers another conjecture a previous poster had: Recognition isn't necessary for egg release and fertilization in elf females.