Author Topic: Do walkers age differently?  (Read 5840 times)

eyesore

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Do walkers age differently?
« on: November 11, 2007, 09:08:51 am »
 first i love these books. :D i ussually go right to the vampire or werewolf books but sometimes they get too dark for my tastes. i love them, but winter is depressing enough. but as soon as i read the first book i realised how strong mercy had to have been to have grown up around dominant over-bearing-no matter how well intentioned- wolves.

but my question:
the werewolves look the same and have basically youth for a long time. sam wants mercy to bears his children that won't die but what about the fact that every year she'll get older. or do walkers age more slow?

Just wondering,
jesss
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Re: mercy growing older while sam/adam still young and studly?
« Reply #1 on: December 26, 2007, 09:59:54 pm »
I haven't yet found out if walkers age differently than humans.  However, I refuse to believe that a normal human lifespan is anything to feel badly about <grin>.  I do know that Samuel expects her to age like a normal human (as does Mercy herself).