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Possession, in Dishonored 2

Possession is one of Corvo's powers in "Dishonored 2". It allows you to assume control of a host for a short time and costs 4 runes.

Press Right mouse button to possess an animal host that you can control for a short duration.

Possession is very powerful, allowing you to merge physically with an animal, such as a fish or rat, for a limited duration.

You must have an unobstructed path to your target. Possessing a target through an active Wall of Light is impossible.
This power is useful for stealth, enabling you to hide in small places or move through spaces normally too small for you, like water-filled drainage pipes or ventilation ducts.

Enemies will try to stomp you if you are possessing a rat. While possessing a hound you can sprint faster.

Upgrades[]

Upgrading this power changes some of its basic functionality.

Strategic Tips[]

Possession, in Dishonored

Possession is the power take control over an animal. It costs 3 runes to acquire initially, and an additional 5 runes to upgrade to Level II. It consumes a high amount of mana.

Level II[]

Allows control of animal targets for a shorter duration.

Level IIII[]

Allows control of human targets for a shorter duration.

Strategic tips[]

Possession is very powerful, allowing you to merge physically with an animal such as a fish or rat, for a limited duration. You must have an unobstructed path to your target. This power is useful for stealth, enabling you to hide in small places or move through spaces normally too small for you like water-filled drainage popes or ventilation ducts. Enemies will try to stomp you if you are possessing a rat. While possession a hound you can sprint fast. At level 02, you can possess humans as well. Your control of humans is limited, so combat or fast movement are not possible. Possessing a human allows you to perform simple actions such as collecting objects or opening doors. Allies of the human you are possessing will not attack you, and security devices attuned to the human you are possessing, like the Arc Pylon or Wall of Light, will not harm you. If you are falling, possessing an animal or human on the way down will effectively break your fall.

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