The experience of ferality is nothing to be afraid of. Nothing to be afraid of. However, many upon their initial infection may become confused, frightened, or disturbed by its many symptoms. To alleviate your fears, we have collected a list of reported symptoms of ferality. Please note that symptoms vary based on the inital contact point of infection as well as the strain of ferality. Infection rates vary by geographic location.

Early Symptoms

  • feelings of emptiness and hopelessness
  • constant anxiety, especially around other humans
  • irritability and frustration
  • insomnia
  • mood swings
  • unexplainable verbal and physical outbursts
  • hypervigilance and restlessness
  • tachycardia, increased heart rate
  • nosebleeds
  • need to wander uninhabited areas
  • changes in appetite, especially cravings for meat
  • auditory hallucinations
  • need to scream

Later Symptoms

  • migraines
  • spinal pain
  • chest pain
  • hair growth
  • sharpened teeth and nails
  • constant need to bite others
  • strange lesions on the arms, legs, back, and face
  • spinal disfigurement
  • destructive tendencies

Please Note: The Pain Will Go Away Soon