: Initial Effect - Feeling of loving EVERYTHING
Side Effect - Lust, you want EVERYTHING
Secondary Effect - Longing, you miss something, it controls your day, it doesn't matter what, probably one of your good old quill pens that you lost
: Initial Effect - Everything makes you happy, nothing makes you feel sad
Side Effect - Enthrallment, you become attached to something, I'm talking stalker like attachment
Secondary Effect - Pride, your ego can't fit in Hell anymore
: Initial Effect - Everything seems new and exciting
Side Effect - Relief, you feel like everything is a major relief to you, even the most minor things
Secondary Effect - Immense Surprise, you become jumpy, everything surprises you to an extreme, you even jump at your own breathing
: Initial Effect - You are mad at everything, nothing makes you happy
Side Effect - Envy, you become jealous of everyone and it makes you mad
Secondary Effect - Rage, you have one hell of a temper (get it...
: Initial Effect - Everything is sad, even the puppies make you cry
Side Effect - Sympathy, you sympathize with everything, Demons may even sympathize with their slaves
Secondary Effect - Depression, you turn into a sobbing mess of regret
: Initial Effect - You are even scared of your own shadow
Side Effect - Anxiety, you become nervous for some reason
Secondary Effect - Shock, any little fright could send you into a drooling mess, almost coma like
These are just some rough ideas, I still gotta flesh them out some more, but shouldn't be too hard.
Thinking of some names to go along with the Latin derived Phasma:
Amor - Love - Latin for....well Love
Evinco - Joy - Latin for Enthrall
Admira - Surprise - From Admiratio, Latin for Surprise
Furor - Anger - Latin for Rage
Tristis - Sadness - Latin for Sad
Terror - Fear - Latin for...Terror/Fear
Some additional by akma:
Initial effect: Sensetivity to pain, every touch hurts (masochists would love it).
Side effect: Inside pain, possibly throwing up.
Secondery effect: the target would be unable to move becuse of pain, and would lay on the floor.
Initial effect: feeling guilty for all the wrongs you did in life, and realising what you should have done.
Side effect: feeling guilty on things you shouldn`t feel guilty about, which ends up as feeling guilty for everything.
Secondery effect: doing horrible things just to feel the enormous guilt.
Initial effect: Understanding more things about life.
Side effect: thinking disturbing thoughts.
Secondery effect: Entaring a near catatonic state, in which you (yes you!
) wonder about things endlessly, and it feels like days have passed.
Hope: Initial effect: Feeling happy and optimistic.
Side effect: Attempting to things that have almost no chance of succseeding, then most likely failing, then feeling deeply dissappointed and a bit deppressed.
Withdrawl effect: trying despretly to achieve things (usually the drug) against horrible odds while risking yourself greatly.
Resentment, greed, lust, envy, shock (like surprise but traumatic), despration, nausia, confusion, dissappointment, hunger.