Jun Mochizuki's The Case Study of Vanitas referring to a territorial marking that is generated by Vampires onto their prey. Marks of Possessions are personalized to each individual Vampire, acting as a claim of ownership over their prey and warning other Vampires not to trespass on what can be considered their territory. Marks of Possession are created intentionally by a Vampire during their feeding process in which during the ingestion of blood and injection of a Vampire's venom into their prey, a portion of their power is willingly given.A Mark of Possession is a term from
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- Both of Vanitas' Marks of Possession are located on the right side of his body.
- Through The Blue Moon Vampire's Mark of Possession, Vanitas has dominion over The Book of Vanitas, what he gains from Jeanne's Mark of Possession remains to be seen.
|The Case Study of Vanitas|
|Characters||Vanitas • Noé Archiviste • Jeanne • Luca • Dominique de Sade • Dante • Johann • Riche • Parks Orlok • Nox • Manet • Amelia Ruth • Veronica de Sade • The Teacher • Marquis Machina • Lord Ruthven • Thomas Berneux • Naenia • Monsieur Spider • Plague Doctor • Louis de Sade • Murr • Chrysler • Fred • Fanny • Gilles • Mina • Catherine • Laurent Fortis • The Brother • Paracelsus • Moreau • Georges • Maria • No. 71 • No. 128 • The Queen|
|Terminology||Vampires • Dhampirs • The Book of Vanitas • Chasseurs • Charlatan • Malnomen • Children of Ill Omen • Astermite • The World Formula • The Babel Incident • Crimson Gauntlets • La Baleine • Mark of Possession • List of Noble Hierarchies • Bourreau|
|Locations||Averoigne • Paris • Galerie Vivienne • Hotel Chouchou • Altus|
|Timelines||Historical Timeline: The Case Study of Vanitas • Plot Timeline: The Case Study of Vanitas|