immortal children


Throughout the centuries, the Volturi have established and enforced a number of laws that all vampires are expected to obey on pain of death. There aren’t many of these laws, and they mainly concern the secrecy surrounding the existence of vampires.

  • Hunts must be inconspicuous, with victims unlikely to be missed; their remains must be disposed of and territory must be changed often.
  • Incapable of self-control, and therefore a threat of exposure, immortal children are not to be created. Such creation is the ultimate taboo and punishable by death to both child, the creator, those who defend the child and those who know of its existence.
  • Dealing with Children of the Moon, except for the purpose of extermination, is prohibited.
  • False witness, regardless of intent, is punishable by death.
  • Hunting is forbidden in Volterra, the town of residence of the Volturi; their food is brought from outside, sometimes from quite far away.
  • Attention should not be drawn and vampires should not be noticed in open sunlight.
  • The creator is responsible for his newborn’s behavior and teaching of the laws before they can be released on their own. By letting a newborn hunt conspicuously, the penalty will be death both to the newborn and its creator. Even if the newborn is ignorant of the law, his rash acts are still punishable by death.
  • Vampires’ interaction with humans must not draw wide attention. If a human becomes aware of them, the vampire at fault would be responsible for silencing that human. This mostly leads to two options: either make the human join the immortals or silence that human permanently. As long as attention isn’t drawn widely that prompts the Volturi’s involvement, they may never find out.

theadventchildren-deactivated20  asked:

So, my confession hasn't been posted yet on that twilight confessions blog, but I seriously need to know: why isn't Jane considered an immortal child? She's...what? 13-14 years old? Also, am I the only one who would go by a different name if I was one of the Cullens? While some of their names could work but still be considered uncommon today, certain names would have to change. If they were blending in well, then the names wouldn't be a problem, but they're not even TRYING.

I’m guessing that if some other coven had vampires as young as Jane and Alec, the Volturi would call them Immortal Children and use that as an excuse to wipe the coven out.  But since THEY created them, then it’s okay.  lol

I think that they’re more concerned about real little kids though, like under 12.  Teens may not have the best judgment in the world, but they can control themselves (sometimes).  That said, when I read the books I basically saw Jane and Alec as ‘children’ rather than teens.  Like 10-12.  I think the guide says around 12-13 though.  I guess they are straddling the line of acceptable or not.

And yeah, the Cullen kids don’t even TRY to blend in. I like to think that Esme and Carlisle have no idea what a crappy job they are doing.  Carlisle’s going to work and winning the respect of the townspeople, Esme is making appearances at garden parties, and the kids are sitting in the lunch room creepily not eating or speaking, just staring off into space.  Good jobs, guys.  Real subtle.

Hi my name is Túrin Turambar Neithan Mormegil Agarwaen son of Úmarth and I have a long ebony black sword (that’s how I got my name) that talks and is filled with malice and I have icy grey eyes like limpid tears and a lot of people tell me I look like Morwen Eledhwen (AN: if u don’t know who she is get da hell out of here!). I’m not related to Níniel but I wish I was because she’s a major fucking hottie. I have pale white skin. I’m a goth (in case you couldn’t tell) and I wear mostly black. For example today I was wearing a black cloak with some Orc blood around it and black leather trousers, silver chain leggings and black boots. I was wearing my doom on my brow. I was walking outside Brethil. It was snowing and raining so there was no sun, which I was very happy about. Glaurung stared at me. I put up my middle finger at him.

anonymous asked:

I like the idea of immortal children that stop aging once they reach maturity. Living forever sounds sad too. Watching people who aren't immortal die around them is probs sad. ;w; Kanaya and Karkat man...


My headcanon: first snaps were recently after act 7, only god tiers are the confirmed ones, who are still shown in god tier outfits. THEN we see time pass and they’ve changed out of their god tier outfits. At this point it is not so easy to say who is and isn’t god tier, but the answer is that they all are because Roxy conjured them up some beds. We know the powers still work bc Dave was doing time stuff. 

Manga Recommendation

My god if you haven’t read To You, The Immortal yet then do because man this story is so good. 

Despite the name, its not a love story. AT ALL. It’s a psychological tragedy that shows a LOT of potential. I wouldn’t be surprised if it gets an anime. 

Here’s a quick summary because all the other summaries suck

“It” is a simple being who has wondered the earth since the beginning. Neither human nor animal, “it” can transform into anything. After turning into a wolf and being introduced to both man and pain, “it” begins to rapidly evolve.

You’d like this if you liked...

  • Mushisi
  • Wolf Children

Plus, the art is gorgeous-

so yeah


Rebekah Mikaelson reminds me a lot of Rosalie Cullen from the Twilight series… Both women are blondes that didn’t choose to be vampires and they both long to have children but can never have them because they are immortal. Also both of their names start with the letter “R.”

Aleks’ asking the real questions