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Penance Further abuse As hard as it is to believe, an evolution for the Penance has been discovered. Upon evolution to Anima, Penances lose their ultra-dense skin, trading it in for normal skin and a series of spikes lining their arms and going across the tops of their heads. Their skins become darker, more mottled and scarred, as the leather straps that once covered them become ragged bandages that cover precious little.
Two halves of a grayish-blue shell of solid ether surround them, one that they can close and open at will for protection. And around their chest, binding their arms in a position where they are covering their breasts, are a pair of thick chains.
Around her wrists and ankles are metal clamps. Which is certainly close to true, as their body spikes constantly hurt them. Blood can be seen running down their arms and faces at regular intervals, despite their regenerative powers.
The fact that even one exists is horrifying, but there have been at least six recorded cases of an Anima being created throughout history. Animas are to be pitied.
But they are also not to be taken lightly, either. They possess tremendous psychic ability, and are constantly broadcasting a low-level pulse of psychic energy. That pulse contains a constant projection of the pain and madness they suffer.
They have two abilities, however, that are more frightening than most attacks out there.
The first ability is the chains. Animas can summon chains spiked chains with hooks on them from anywhere. They have the ability to manipulate these chains as if they were extensions of their own limbs, frequently using the hooks on the end of the chain to mutilate their victims, tearing off ragged chunks of meat and eating them.
These chains have almost become the trademark of the breed, and are feared. Bloody chains shoot out of dark portals in the ground, wrapping around the legs of an opponent and dragging them back down into the portal.
Animas, mentally, are completely insane. Their personalities range from constantly terrified to the point of violent hostility towards anything in their vicinity, to vicious, cruel sadists that delight in pain and take a perverse pleasure from torturing and raping their victims.
Against all logic, Animas do seek out Taming. They wander around, the frightened ones kidnapping people in secret and taking what they need from them by pinning them down with their chains and forcing them to arousal with their tongues, taking what they need from there and brutally murdering them afterward.
The sadists cruelly torture their victims, bringing them to the edge of pleasure and pain as they destroy them mentally and physically. Disturbingly, in two of the six known cases of an Anima existing, in two cases the Anima had an active Tamer. One case is that of Seymour T. Guado, known member of Team Rocket.Hesse Kassel is an Australian economist.
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