Another form of possession is when someone holds deep seated hatred, or aggression. Much like sexual possession those at risk are those who are disbalanced. Someone who represses their stress from work drama, or family issue may be at risk. Equally so those who constantly fight, and solve problems only with their fists. Those possessed are prone to acts of hyper violence that comes in many forms. It may be the man who flies off the handle at the slightest provocative, or even commit mass murder. The only commonality to their acts is that it is always high adrenaline violence. Subtlety is not an aspect of this type of possession. As such, this is also the type that shows up in the media most often.
The aftermath of a possession of violence is more nuanced than that of a sexual possession. Victims typically feel a mixture of guilt and disempowerment. The will feel the loss of power the possession had given them; both physically and through the intimidation of others. Many also feel guilty for hurting those that did not deserve it. Suicide is common end for those with this type of possession.
Possessions of Violence are fickle and will often leave the host in the most inopportune moment, such as in the middle of a fight. Those that remained possessed for a long time show signs physically. Typically this shows in increased muscle mass similar to taking steroids. The victim will increase in size, often towering over others.
Advanced stages have the victim developing animalistic traits that vary widely depending on the person. This can manifest in many ways such as cat eyes, goat hooves, a dog tail, fur on the arms, ect.
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