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It is often used in fantasy and fiction to describe characters that are evil, hostile or dangerous. They are usually depicted as beings that are created from negative emotions such as hate, anger, and fear. They are often portrayed as mindless creatures that are controlled by an evil entity or force.
In the context of the Kingdom Hearts series, for example, the "Unversed" are a type of enemy that were created by Vanitas, a character in the series, they are portrayed as being mindless, emotionless creatures that are driven by a desire to consume and destroy. They come in a variety of forms and have different abilities, but they all share the characteristic of being dangerous and difficult to defeat.
It's important to note that in real life, negative emotions and feelings can be destructive, and it's important to address and deal with them in a healthy way. Therapy, support and self-care can help individuals to understand and manage their emotions.