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As we have seen ellaine was a 700 year old fairy that looked 7 years old who had an intimate relationship with ban even if it was only 7 days long. Setting aside the disturbing implications of ban having interest in a girl that looks 7 years old (I presume she would have an older form as king does) I am wondering if she will ever actually somehow be ban's. It would imply her coming back to life however as far as we know that might actually be possible within nanatsuverse. Will this happen? How could it happen?
My theory is: the immortal will reach his happiness becoming mortal and dying. But, he will not rest once he passes the way, but he will go out to his honey moon... So romantic!
I do think ban will eventually give up his immortality however not just when he becomes happy or anything. When ellaine died he got a seed to restore the forest. The forest relied on the cup to maintain itself. So once ban plants the seed and restores the forest he will give up his immortality to sustain the forest as it once did. I guess it is plausible he remains as a new guardian of the forest. I wonder if restoring the forest could plausibly restore elaine... I guess there is too much we don't know about fairies just yet.
Actually, their relationship is the most realistic to me. An immortal with a fairy, while we have King who is 700+ and loves Diane, a giant and Diane herself who loves Meliodas,
The point of the thread is not how plausible any given pairing is, the point is whether ban will ever be with elaine. Is there some mechanism which could actually bring those two back together that does not involve ban dying?
Actually I would say a magic item or something like that. Or maybe he'll find another way to go to the afterlife and "steal" her for good. It would fit him.
My guess is that re-planting the forest would bring Elaine back. It has a lot of magical properties (like being connected to the fountain, being normally unburnable and "saving" Ban when he was falling), so it wouldn't be that far-fetched...
I don't see him being able to "give up" his immortality just like this. Something more realistic would be him finding his immortality terribly painful and dull after a while with maybe Elaine being able to soothe this for him.