This unnamed man acted as the vessel for the demon Wrath.

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After escaping from Hell through the Devil's Gate with the other Seven Deadly Sins, Wrath chose this man as his vessel, presumably because he represented the sin of wrath in some way.

After the encounter at the bar that led to the death of Isaac, Wrath abandoned this man to take Isaac's corpse as his vessel. It is unknown if Wrath's vessel survived the possession or not.

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