@willpayton: In character but bloodlusted? How does that work? Your wither in character, or your bloodlusted. Do you mean not holding back?
In/out of character is different from bloodlusted or not. Characters sometimes become bloodlusted and it means they're willing to do things outside their normal morals, like killing, but they're still in-character. An example would be if Superman was bloodlusted, he might be willing to kill but he'd still act according to his personality. That means he'd still prefer to engage in slugfests before using heat vision and tank hits, etc.
Out of character would be if Superman was being mind-controlled by someone else. In that case Superman would act in ways that he never does, because he's not in control. That person controlling him might have him fight by avoiding contact and just spamming heat vision, for example. Normal Superman would not do that either with or without bloodlust. Or, that person might have Superman just fly around and avoid a fight altogether and not even try to hurt anyone. Out-of-character does not equal bloodlusted.
So, they are two different things. People can be either:
-in character, not bloodlusted
-in character, bloodlusted
-out of character, not bloodlusted
-out of character, bloodlusted