For a gallery of examples for Feral Mind, see
Feral Chaos (Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy) truly lives up to his name.
tap into feral state of mind
The power to
tap into a feral state of mind.
User is able to tap into primal, unstoppable rage that allows them to perform in vastly increased capacity, taking and inflicting damage that they wouldn't in their normal state. In some cases, the user's mind descends so far into the feral rage that, mentally, they are little more than animals.
May be unable to separate friend from foe and attacks everyone.
May be unable to remember activity in primal rage.
May revert to a state of mind where the users only thoughts are simply: fight, flight, or mate.
Patrick Donovan ( The Young Guardians)
Bane ( DC Comics) via Venom overdose
Brick Baxter/Cyber Shadow ( The Young Guardians)
Robert Bruce Banner/The Savage Hulk ( Marvel Comics)
James "Logan" Howlett/Wolverine ( Marvel Comics)
Ichigo Kurosaki/Hollow Ichigo ( Bleach)
Naruto Uzumaki; formally due to possession by the Nine-Tails Fox Kurama ( Naruto)
Great Apes ( Dragon Ball)
Oozaru ( Dragonball Evolution)
Jennifer Tate ( Primal)
David Sullivan ( Heroes)
Sabertooth ( Marvel)
Kevin Levin and other Osmosians ( Ben 10) when under the influence of absorbing pure energy
Saix ( Kingdom Hearts) when under the influence of the full moon
Teon Macik/Primal ( Marvel Comics)
Pete Clarner ( Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
Spike ( Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
Angel ( Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
Inuyasha ( InuYasha)
Asuras when exposed to high Solar Noise ( Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga)
John White/The Beast ( inFamous 2) (Temporarily)
Joseph Bertrand III ( inFamous 2)
The Corrupted ( inFamous 2)
Peyton Westlake/Darkman ( Darkman)
Arlong ( One Piece)
Tony Tony Chopper ( One Piece); formerly via Monster Point (pre-timeskip)
Atrocity ( Spider-Man: Edge of Time)
Superboy ( Young Justice television series)
Ghouls ( Fallout series)
Turok-Han ( Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
Van-Tal demons ( Angel)
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Nine and Angel & Faith) Iblis ( Sonic the Hedgehog)
Super Sonic ( Sonic the Comic)
Viera ( Final Fantasy)
Violet Wisps ( Sonic Colors)
Slash ( Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
SA-X ( Metroid Fusion)
Heartless ( Kingdom Hearts)
Saïx ( Kingdom Hearts II)
Asura ( Asura's Wrath)
Nemesis T-Type ( Resident Evil)
Feral Chaos ( Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy)
The Toa Hordika ( Bionicle)
Barbarians ( Dungeons and Dragons)
SkullGreymon ( Digimon Adventure and Adventure 02)
Megidramon ( Digimon Tamers)
ShineGreymon Ruin Mode ( Digimon Savers/Data Squad)
Jason Voorhees ( Friday the 13th)
Michael Myers ( Halloween)
Feral ( Marvel Comics)
Godzilla ( Godzilla)
Catwoman ( DC Comics)
Spawn ( Image Comics)
Animal Man ( DC Comics)
Venom ( Marvel Comics)
Killer Croc ( DC Comics)
Baraka ( Mortal Kombat)
Gorilla Grodd ( DC Comics)
Most Red Lanterns ( DC Comics); due to influence from a Red Power Ring which uses the power of Rage
Most Star Sapphires ( DC Comics); due to Love being one of the stronger emotions which is harder to control
Larfreeze ( DC Comics); due to power of Avarice from the Orange Power Ring
Transformed Werewolves ( Harry Potter); excluding those who have taken the Wolfsbane Potion beforehand.
Suzu ( Nagasarete Airantou)
Issei Hyoudou ( High School DxD); via Juggernaut Drive.
Yatogami Tohka ( Date A Live); via Losing her lover, Shido Itsuka, but she gain sanity again when she know Shido didn't die.