One of the main differences between elves and humans are their life spans. There has never been a recorded death by old age in the history of elves. Some of the oldest elves known are Fallon Vacker and Councillor Bronte, who are both considered Ancients, along with many other elves. Instead of physically aging by growing white hair and gaining wrinkles, elves' ears become pointy as they age. They stop physically aging, except for the ears, when they become adults.

Elves can die, but rarely ever do. Their life spans are indefinite, so they can only die of unnatural causes, such as fading, or murder like in the case of Cyrah Endal or Councillor Kenric.

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