The Duke It Out program is installed on any ship, or station, VR that has Pax Humanis members on it. The rooms always are well padded with self-repairing material and the VR is battle-tested equipment, just in case.
It's helped them quite a bit to vent frustrations.
[AN: Duke It Out is 100% virtuality. The body is kept mostly still during the experience. BUT perhaps some folk can wriggle around more than the usual sort.]
When all was said and done, the virtuality program named Duke It Out was both an interesting therapy tool and a very curious diagnostic. Within the program, the 'player' could create and then beat literally anything to pieces without physical harm to anything real.
Most humans emerged blinking into reality with an air of relief and much better attitude to life in general. As well as their attitude towards their place, specifically. Those who might need further assessments emerged with an air of satisfaction and an eagerness to return. Further, those who chose to reload a specific cogniscent surrogate would have to undergo a more intense psychological evaluation for membership into Pax Humanis.
The last sure sign was how much the prospective member could move under the influence of virtuality's safeguards.
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