A Rakshasa is an Indonesian illusionist and a type of Shapeshifter species.
The Rakshasa hypnotizes its victims, enters them through a wound to the neck, and feeds on their adrenaline.
The Rakshasa took the form of a cat (called Dr. Bob) at a holistic therapy clinic where he could hypnotize victims into acting out their childhood dreams, then fed off the adrenaline rush they felt in doing so until they died.
The wound on their necks continued to bleed after rigor mortis while it continued to feed off them.
The Rakshasa can only be killed with lead. Its true form is rodent-like and gigantic.
Rakshasas are humanoid beings or unrighteous spirits in Hindu mythology that were created from the breath of Brahma when he was asleep at the end of the Satya Yuga. As the mythology made its way into other religions, the rakshasa was later incorporated into Buddhism. A female rakshasa is called a Rakshasi, and a female Rakshasa in human form is a Manushya-Rakshasi. Rakshasas are also called man-eaters. Rakshasa were most often depicted as ugly, fierce-looking and enormous creatures with two fangs protruding down from the top of the mouth and with sharp, claw-like fingernails. They are shown as being mean, growling like beasts and as insatiable cannibals who could smell the scent of flesh. Generally they could fly, vanish, and had magical powers of illusion, which enabled them to change size at will and assume the form of any creature.
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