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Immortal Girl [Final]

Nanno is back in season 2, ready to enact revenge on all those who need it. Our mysterious girl heads to various different schools once more, setting her sights on a womanizer, a hazing senior, rich students and more.

Immortal Girl [Final]

We meet Yuri in episode 4 during a stand-alone chapter focusing on her struggles. She allowed herself to be turned into a servant for two rich girls in exchange for money. Nanno saw something in this girl and helped her gain revenge over her classmates.

The girl licks her lips as it seems this duo are being groomed to become the new revenge power couple. As they walk away from one another, the camera pans up to a balcony with Nanno sitting and watching this unfold.

Oh come on kiddies. You watched the whole series and dont know whats happening. Nanno is still judging and training Yuri and now Junko. She is playing the long game and letting them think they are in control. In reality she is the only immortal. She is more than willing to wait to get her way and this is just on a larger scale.

I really think that Nanno would be really gone and would probably heal and train more for S3 and that the next season might probably focus on Yuri and Junko. We might get the chance to see Nanno fighting with the two on the final episode of S3, right?

Quite an eventful final episode with the world ending and restarting and our Immortal King faced with making dramatic decisions. We end with that heavy, heavy crown and the excruciating reality of knowing what could have been. Perhaps re-sealing his emotions is for the best, as the frustration and second-guessing would be pretty overwhelming.

Ashildr, who later began calling herself Me due to her immortality-related memory loss, was a Viking girl encountered by the Twelfth Doctor and Clara Oswald. After a battle with the Mire, Ashildr died, but she was resurrected by the Doctor via a Mire repair kit. As a result of this, Ashildr became immortal. She went on to live a long life, becoming very experienced and familiar with the universe and its various species in the process. Ultimately, she lived through the remainder of human history and to the end of the universe itself, maintaining a reality bubble to keep herself alive.

Using the alias Alys, Ashildr married Tomas and stayed with him for twenty years. Their relationship produced three children: Essie, Johann, and Rue. Essie was unexpected and Ashildr believed she did not want children until Essie was born, then she realised how much she loved her daughter. She decided to have two more children so that they could comfort one another one day when she would inevitably leave them to protect the secret of her immortality. On 9 August 1348, Ashildr took her children and left their lives in France on a boat for Britain. She chose to leave Tomas because she feared his growing comments about how having three children in twenty years didn't appear to have changed her body and he would ask if her hair grew. During the voyage her children caught the Plague. She tried to decide which one of them to save with the second Mire medical repair kit, but ultimately decided to save none of them. (PROSE: The Triple Knife) She kept the pages in her diary detailing this loss to remind her to never have any more offspring as they would all die eventually.

While committing a failed robbery on Mr Fanshawe and Lucie Fanshawe (during which time she affected a convincing male voice as part of her disguise), Me encountered the Doctor again while he was searching for the Eyes of Hades. The Doctor didn't recognise her until she removed her mask and reverted to her original voice. The Doctor subsequently helped Me steal the Eyes of Hades from the Fanshawe household, initially not knowing about Me's partnership with Leandro. After the Doctor was introduced to Leandro, he learned of their plan to leave Earth by killing someone for a power source. Me was originally going to use her butler but eventually settled on highwayman Sam Swift the Quick as the victim since he was sentenced to die anyway. However, after the Doctor stopped Swift's hanging with a fake pardon using his psychic paper, Me placed the Eyes of Hades on Swift herself, killing him to open the portal. After the portal was opened, Me realised that Leandro was lying and was using her so that his brethren could invade Earth. Horrified by what she had done, Me used the second Mire kit to revive Sam Swift and close the portal, leading to Leandro being executed by the Leonians. She later had a drink with Sam and the Doctor. When she asked the Doctor if Sam was immortal now he replied that he wasn't sure. She promised to watch the Doctor for as long as he was alive in order to protect Earth from him. (TV: The Woman Who Lived)

Jack Harkness knew that there was "a woman" waiting to play a game of chess at the end of time. (AUDIO: R&J) Indeed, Me was present at the very end of time, claiming to be the last living being in the universe. To survive she created a bubble of reality among the ruins of the Cloisters on Gallifrey, passing the time watching the stars die while awaiting the Doctor and Clara's arrival. Five minutes before the final end of time, their stolen TARDIS appeared and Me knocked on the door.

The Doctor revealed he had come to the same conclusion and was thus planning to erase all Clara's memories of him and leave her someplace safe. Me then entered the Doctor's stolen TARDIS and witnessed his final confrontation with Clara in silence. (TV: Hell Bent)

Me and Clara were travelling in their TARDIS when Clara was compelled to return to Nevada in temporally-abnormal circumstances and met the Twelfth Doctor during his travels with Bill Potts. After seeing a younger version of herself, also brought here by the temporal anomalogies, destroy a Dalek in a way which the Doctor found "disturbing", the immortal Clara wryly stated that he had done "much worse" since, but the Doctor urged her not to elaborate. After joining the Doctor on an expedition to the Underhenge, Clara parted ways with him again and returned to the diner TARDIS. Standing in the "diner" room, the two women agreed to try and disentangle themselves from the Doctor's timeline, and, to do so, set a course for the most boring place Me knew, and thus the least likely to be visited by the Doctor: the Minyan ship. (GAME: Lost in Time)

Due to the Mire technology within her, Ashildr was functionally immortal, which meant she did not age, injuries and illness that would have killed a normal human would heal, and she had a potentially infinite lifespan. There were limitations: according to the Doctor she was not totally indestructible and it was possible for her to be injured sufficiently enough to die. She also suffered from memory loss over time, as her human brain was incapable of storing millennia's worth of experiences. For a time, she relied on volumes of written diaries to remind her of events from the past. (TV: The Woman Who Lived)

Ashildr, daughter of Ionhar (Ian Conningham), is introduced in "The Girl Who Died" (2015), where she is portrayed as a Viking puppet maker and storyteller. When the militaristic alien race the Mire raid her village, Ashildr declares war between the village and ten of the Mire. As part of a battle plan devised by the alien time traveller the Twelfth Doctor (Peter Capaldi), Ashildr uses the technology inside one of the Mire's helmets to create an illusion to scare the Mire into a retreat. In doing so, she dies of heart failure, having been "used... up like a battery" by being connected to the Mire's machine. The Doctor's companion, Clara Oswald (Jenna Coleman), a time-travelling school teacher from 21st century England, persuades the Doctor to save her. He implants Ashildr with Mire medical technology, bringing her back to life and making her functionally immortal, but he worries that there will be consequences. He also gives her another piece of the same technology that brought her back to life before leaving.[2]

In the following episode "The Woman Who Lived", the Doctor catches up with Ashildr in 1651 England after 800 years have passed for her. She has become a highwayman, adopting the new name of "Me". While her body has become immortal, the human brain is physically insufficient to contain 800 years' worth of memories, which has totally altered her personality: she has lived many lives under different personas, loved and lost many people, most of whom she cannot even remember clearly anymore. The only constant that remained was herself, leading to her developing the new name "Me" to refer to herself - along with a cynical and self-absorbed attitude that she is the only thing that matters, because everyone else she encounters is transient.

In a discussion about the episode "The Girl Who Died," Mike Reyes of Cinema Blend said about Ashildr that "Sure enough, Ashildr's death and rebirth after fighting the Mire went from a happy ending to an ending that gave me pause. The Doctor has now officially created a functional immortal out of a normal human, and given how he's held up with such a life span, it looks like things are about to get scary."[9] Sam Warner of Digital Spy reported, when talking about the character's debut appearance, that "Opinion was mostly positive, though Ashildr hasn't convinced everyone just yet."[10]

A member of the new Guardians of the Globe after Omni-Man killed the original team, Amanda can transform from her human body form into a large monster but at the cost of her body de-aging giving her the appearance of a young girl despite being 24-years-old.

In the end, Robot introduces the new Guardians: Black Samson, Shrinking Rae, Dupli-Kate, Monster Girl, which makes Rex laugh since she was small, due to her young appearance he mentions there not being an age requirement, but Monster Girl asks if there was not a dick size requirement. She then claims that Rex must be compensating, which humiliates him in front of the entire organization. Rex gets angry and begins to activate his powers, stating that some should teach her some manners, but before he could even finish talking or activating his powers, she begins to transform and her arms grows huge which shocked him, she punches him with her huge arm and he is sent flying into the training arena. She transforms into a big green humanoid and hits him once again, this time even knocking out some of his teeth. Rex gets angry and uses his powers, but his powers turned out to be useless against Monster Girl. As she punched Rex, Invincible stopped her and told her to cut it out, but was simply thrown in another direction. Angry, he flies in her direction and hits her hard enough to send her flying into a wall as well as revert her back to her human form. He apologizes for having hit her so roughly, but she says that it is fine since she always got angry when called a little girl, also apologizing to Rex for her dick joke. Robot once again introduces Monster Girl as a Guardian and tells them that Rex would also join once he recovered. After that, he mentioned that Atom Eve would be the last member, telling them that he would be announcing it publicly later. Eve told him that she could not be on the same team as Rex and Kate and leaves. 041b061a72


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