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Name → Abraham “Abe” Hamilton
Age → 24 (October 23)
Type → Demon
Rank → Normal
The Role of Abraham “Abe” Hamilton is Taken
Abe’s life, like most of everyone else in the asylum, was never good. From a broken family, he had his mother and a brother he loved so much. His mother suffered depression from the death of his youngest sister, his abusive father who always beats them up, and his life was nothing but a world of negligence, violence and silence. Even in his school, things weren’t good.
He was often bullied by his classmates for no apparent reason. He was always in fights, in the principal’s office, and sometimes in the infirmary. But inside the classroom, he is one of the smartest students in the whole class. His performances was exemplary but always pulled down by his fights and aggressive behavior.
Things became worse when he reached the age of fifteen. It was a winter evening and Abe came home late. Just a few blocks away from his house, he could already hear the screams of his mother and brother. He ran fast and saw his drunken father landing punches on his brother and his mother was trying to stop him. Pieces of glass from a broken was scattered on the floor. Watching them, he could feel the hate and anger rushing inside him. He couldn’t take it anymore so he took the closest heaviest thing he could find, which is a small stool, and smashed it on his father’s head. It only made him drop to the floor and groan then stood up again. Then thing Abe saw was his father’s fist toward his face. He could feel his nose go numb and he dropped to the floor. Just before his father could even attack again, he was already up with a broken piece of bottle on his hand. Abe launched himself towards his drunken father and stabbed him in the jugular area. Stabbing it again, and again, and again until he couldn’t feel him moving anymore. He suddenly stopped and stared at his father’s dead body with wide-eyes. Glancing at his mother and brother, who also have the same horrified expression, he walked out the house.
Taking his father’s car, he drove away from their neighborhood. He was panting and shaking as he remembered how he killed his father. But the most shocking part is because he wasn’t panting and shaking, but it wasn’t because of fear or guilt. He was panting and shaking because of excitement, adrenaline, and unusual euphoria. An uncontrolled laughter erupted from his mouth as he was driving. He just continued laughing, not noticing he was already moving away from the right lane. Before he could steer the car away, it was too late. The next thing he saw was splinters of broken glass and total blackness.
When he woke up, he knows that something was wrong inside him. He knows that the accident affected him more than just the bruises and fractures. He was sent to a psychiatrist to ask him about what happened to him and his father and he just told them in almost a monotone. No emotion and his face was a blank expression. Abe couldn’t properly feel emotions anymore, and he doesn’t like it. And after the accident, all he wanted to feel was fear, pain, and death. These the only things left on his mind. After he was discharged from the hospital, not a single word was heard from him and his family in a long time.
The next thing they heard about them, the found out that Abe’s mother and brother was brutally murdered in the basement. Their bodies were nailed to a wall and dissected like a frog in a laboratory. Abe was nowhere to be found. Then a murder, then a murder, then another murder were reported in the news. Most of his victims were killed in the most painful and weirdest way possible. The weirdest one was about a woman who was seen inside a makeshift gas chamber. In her mouth was thick blood and her features looked like she literally died of laughter.
He was caught after her fifteenth murder and was sent to Broken Asylum. There he stayed for about three years before he was killed by another patient. In Hell, he endured almost every torture but the worst was when they used his father’s way of beating him as one. The tortures didn’t do him any good especially his lack of emotion so when he escaped and returned to the asylum, he was still seeking the emotions that he needs.
Abe is usually just walking around the asylum, finding his next perfect victim. If ever he’s not searching for someone to kill, he would often be in the library reading books. He doesn’t really associate with people unless he wants to kill.
Abe is not the person who likes to have friends. He is emotionless, but not expressionless. He still knows what a smile and a laugh is but he only uses it as a way of agreeing or responding, but no emotion. But deep within that emotionless façade, inside is someone who once loved his family, once had a loving heart.
Faceclaim → Garret Hedlund
Name → Ash Darkholme
Age →25 (October 31)
Type → Patient
Diagnosis → Schizophrenia, Selective Mutism, Self Harm, Severe Depression, Night Terrors & Insomnia
The Role of Ash Darkholme is Taken
Ash Darkholme was a loud, mischievous, yet also kind-hearted boy. His mom and dad loved him dearly, but were constantly fighting. He loved drawing, and used it to escape from his dysfunctional home life. Ash’s school life wasn’t peculiar in any way. He was social, well-liked by his peers (not so much by his teachers due to his pranks), and had a large group of friends. Little did he know, his seemingly normal life was about to get ugly. It all started with a red van that would follow him and his friends when they would walk home together after school. The small town he lived in had an almost non-existent crime rate, so none of them thought much of it. They assumed the van happened to take the same route home.
One day, Ash decided to walk home with just one of his friends, Vincent. Vincent had been one of Ash’s closest friends for as long as he could remember due to them having lived in the same neighborhood. His other friends stayed at school for an event that neither of the boys had no interest in joining. That same red van followed them down the street, driving closer to the sidewalk than usual. Ash did feel a sense of panic, but it wasn’t until the van swerved in front of the pair that Ash followed his flight instinct and began running in the opposite direction, tugging Vincent along with him. Unfortunately, the young boy’s legs could not carry him faster than the speeding van. He was snatched into the vehicle as Vincent watched helplessly as he was knocked onto the pavement watching as his best friend was knocked out immediately with a hard blow to the head before speeding off.
The next six years of his life was a living hell. Kept in a dark, cold garden shed with only a dirty towel and pillow, he was beaten and sexually assaulted every day. Being whipped, cut, punched, kicked, deprived of food, and gang raped by his captors friends are only a few of the horrific tortures he had to endure. Over time, Ash’s sanity began to deteriorate. He developed severe mental and emotional instability. Not only was he drowning in unbearable depression, the poor child developed schizophrenic symptoms as well. When he was alone in the garden shed, he would hear taunting voices and see creeping shadows close in on him. Not to mention the night terrors Ash soon developed. His dreams were usually the same when he would dose off. Walking home with Vincent laughing over some stupid joke Ash had made then out of the blue the same red van would appear and swerve in front of the boys and snatch Ash away from Vincent, next he would be hit brutally on the head which always woke the boy from his nightmare screaming and covered in sweat.
At the age of nineteen Ash was finally released from his nightmare, his body was dumped on the side of the road on the freeway only to be discovered unconscious by a pedestrian. After days of trying to track down the teen’s family they soon noticed how frightened and paranoid the boy was. As he remained in the hospital he would remain under the covers and throw a tantrum if anyone would disturb him. He would scream and begin to freak out if he was touched in anyway. In order to operate on the boy to fix his many broken bones he was sedated. That’s what would soon become of his life, being sedated day in and day out. He was too traumatized to speak correctly or to take care of himself.
After many weeks of tracking down his family they managed to contact his mother whom had divorced their father two years after Ash had been abducted. Horrified just as any parent would be to see their son in such a horrible state she took him home in promise to recuperate the teenager, the doctors reassured his mother that he would be recovered within a couple months and not to worry, he was just in a state of shock. Months soon turned into years as Ash remained the same, bundled up in bed in fear of his next punishment. Unknown to both his mother and doctors he had been trained to fear all those around him, leaving him immensely vulnerable. He was brainwashed into thinking he deserved all the wrong doings and assaults that had occurred to him. The only words that would calm the man are, “Be a good boy, Ash.” Or any mix of those words.
As he reached his twenty-third birthday it then dawned on his mother that whatever she has been doing wasn’t going to help her son. She soon reached out to the local asylum with hopes that they could help her beloved son after her many years of failed attempts. They gladly welcomed the young man into the asylum but unknowingly to his mother his condition would only worsen. The asylum was keen on torture and experimenting on their patients. Unfortunately Ash would be targeted by both patients and staff members due to his vulnerable state. A metal plate was drilled into his skull to take away his ability to be aware of his surroundings.
Many experiments such as medicines and lobotomy’s were performed on the male for a course of two years. Soon the asylum was found out by an undercover patient and the asylum was immediately shut down. Mrs. Matthews of course sued the asylum along with many other patients’ loved ones, receiving a handsome amount of cash. Ash now even more broken and traumatized than ever has been sentenced to yet another institution, the Broken Asylum.
Ash was admitted to the Broken Asylum around two days ago and since then has been locked away in his room away from both patients and staff. But every once in a while he will get up and sketch a memory from before the abduction. He has heard rumors of ghosts roaming the halls of the asylum which is another reason for him having kept to himself.
Ash is normally very sweet and timid, far different than what his personality had been as a child. He is kind and extremely gentle but also very fragile. It is easy to frighten the man due to his abusive and traumatic history.
Faceclaim → Sebastian Stan
Name → Trinity McCready
Age → 19 (October 10)
Type → Patient
Diagnosis → OCD
The Role of Trinity McCready is Taken
Trinity always puts others before herself. As soon as she turned eight, she realized that what she wanted didn’t matter and that taking care of her little brother was the most important thing. She lived poor, but never complained. With a leaky roof over her head, she still stayed optimistic and had a lot to thank God for. She wasn’t a religious girl who went to church, but turned to God a lot in her life and has a lot of faith. She prayed things will get better, though they don’t. Her job was to take care of the apartment. Her mother gambled and drank too much for her own good. She got aggressive and violent, too, liking to take her belt and use it to threaten Trinity and Andy. After much analysis from her guidance counselor, it could be said that her environment is what brought on her obsessive compulsive disorder. Trin always tried to make everything perfect. She cleaned, cooked, took care of Andy, and juggled school even though it wasn’t important in her mom’s eyes. If a single thing was out of order, she faced the possibility of being punished. As hard as she tried, nothing seemed good enough for her mom. She had put her trust in her guidance counselor, who ended up calling child protective services. Being only seventeen at the time, her and Andy were put into the system. She was told that her mother chose to go to rehab to get cleaned up, but she hasn’t seen her since. Her foster parents also took note of her OCD habits. Trinity hadn’t thought it was a problem until she was admitted to a hospital where they wanted to evaluate her and give her medication. It didn’t seem to work. The hospital made her feel trapped and not being able to look after her brother like she always did stressed her more. Her foster parents have the type of money to send her wherever they want and soon her next stop was Broken Asylum. She understands they want her to be normal, but she can’t help feeling like a disappointment.
Trin spends most of her time cleaning. It’s what she does naturally without even realizing it. She had specific routines for everything—from how she makes her bed, to how she eats her food, to how she organizes things. She’s most comfortable with order, so much that it’s all she knows and anything that seems out of place causes anxiety.
Trinity likes to be optimistic. She stays positive, because without it, what else would she be left with? She’s kind and strong in her beliefs, thoughtful and observant. She also cares a little too easily and tries not to show her vulnerable side. She always had to stay strong for her brother and now she has to continue to be strong in order to get better and get back to him.
Faceclaim → Emily Kinney
Name → Henry Broken
Age → 52 (August 4)
Type → Staff
The Role of Henry Broken is Taken
Henry Broken hasn’t always been the powerful man he appears to be. He was once a young, naive boy who had just as many problems as the patients of this institute. He was the greediest person to possibly ever walk the earth. He wanted nothing but power and money. He also wanted others to practically bow to him as though he were a king.It was when he was 21 when he decided he would do anything he could to obtain the wealth and power he so desperately wanted. He enrolled in law school and became a successful lawyer. He learned how to lie like a pro and con people into doing and believing what he wanted them to do and believe. He opened up a chain of law firms all around the United States and was very powerful and successful but, the greed didn’t dissipate with that. He wanted more. His want for power and money grew stronger as the years went on.
Finally he opened up Broken Asylum. He could care less about helping the patients, he was just in this business for the money. The government sent him a hefty check every month for providing a safe place for the mentally disturbed. A place where they could receive the treatment they so desperately needed but, in reality, you had to be stupid to think that these folks were capable of recovering and making it back out into the real world.
Usually Henry steers clear of the asylum but, the people who signs his check has recently requested that he be more involved in the everyday life of the asylum. Which is why he has been making appearances more and more in the recent months. He is not happy about this change but, he wishes to keep recieving his monthly check, so he complies with the wishes of the higher up bosses.Henry is a rude, snarky asshole. He may fool you into believing he cares for your well being and that he wants nothing more than for you to get better but, don’t be fooled by his pretty face and friendly manner. He doesn’t care for any of the patients and he would rather be relaxing in his Tahiti beach house with his feet kicked up and a margarita in his hand.
Faceclaim → Clark Gregg
Name → Gavin Beck
Age → 26 (April 14)
Type → Patient
Diagnosis → ADHD, Dysgraphia, and Schizophrenia
The Role of Gavin Beck is Taken
Gavin’s parents married young at the age of eighteen against the wishes of their families, they were in love and that’s all that mattered. Gavin was the only child of the short lived marriage. When Gavin was three his father just sort of disappeared from his life, being so young he didn’t know what to think or ask really. In reality the fate of his father almost mirrors what Gavin’s going through right now. It wasn’t until Gavin was in school that he became a problem, he just couldn’t seem to sit still or keep quiet for long. He was diagnosed with ADHD and put on Ritalin at five and shortly after when he was seven and complaining about cramps in his hands as he wrote he was diagnosed with Dysgraphia, which impacted his motor skills. He was a bit of a wreck and his mother thought it would be better to take him out of public school all together and teach her son herself.
Nothing but sitting down to read Alice in Wonderland seemed to hold the little boy’s attention, so most of her teaching him was linked to the book in some way shape or form. In his free time he’d think of himself as being the Mad Hatter from Alice’s adventures, he picked the mannerisms and the way he spoke both from the animated movie that he watched and from the book she read to him. He’d throw Unbirthday’s for the toys he had, not really having anyone living to sit down for one. His mother feared for him and his mind, knowing something but not willing to spill it. Gavin went on with his schooling, only picking and retaining the things that he liked and somehow completing the high school leg of his schooling but did little with it really having no skills or ambitions in life. He was lost and still living at his childhood house.
He managed to get a job a grocery store, it wasn’t going to take Gavin anywhere but to his mother it was something. It meant he had a real chance at being normal. For Gavin it was boring and mundane and didn’t involve nearly enough hats, he was the Mad Hatter after all. The pesky little voice of the cat reminded him that. Gavin kept up with the job if only to make his mother happy and proud, he’d show her he’d grown out of his Unbirthdays and childhood fantasies. He stayed there stocking shelves and packing bags with a friendly smile and a few words of wisdom. He wasn’t like them, he didn’t want to be like them he wanted to slip back in through the Looking Glass and live life as the Mad Hatter.
Sometime when he was twenty-one his mother passed away from natural causes in the form of heart murmurs. Gavin was free of having to keep her happy, he loved his mother but not her constant picking at his life. Of course it would be near impossible for someone with his career to pay for a funeral so the relatives he’d only heard of once or twice came to his house of near madness now. Gavin was found fussing about things upstairs shoes long gone and personal hygiene further gone than them, he kept referring to himself as the Mad Hatter insisting they call him that and help him find the thieving Cheshire cat who had run off with his hat. They almost immediately after putting his mother in the ground took the young man to a doctor where he was given his final nail in the coffin, Schizophrenia that had been passed along from his father’s side of the family. No one willing to take care of the sick rambling boy he was sent away to an Asylum, after acting up he was sent to another and after trying to punch out the glass of his room’s window he was sent to Broken. He seemed to switch from violent to docile at a wrong word or gesture and Broken seemed to be the perfect place to hold him with no release date in sight really.
Gavin likes to explore Broken, things are never what they seem to be there. He can be found mostly in the garden without his shoes on drinking from an almost always empty mug and talking to his partner in crime the March Hare who didn’t appear until his first asylum, it could have been an actually person he was talking to at that point because since he’s moved on his conversations have become quite one sided. He loves talking to anyone willing to listen and unintentionally gives the orderlies hell by slipping out of his room after lights out. He’s not a fan of therapy sessions, especially the ones where they ask him to write or draw. No matter how many times they tell him it’s necessary he considers it a pain and nuisance on his fingers. Every blonde female patient or staff member he runs into is always an Alice, and he can become a little persistent and sometimes borderline hostile about celebrating her Unbirthday.Gavin is a little much. He’s outgoing, playful, and downright childish. There’s hardly a time the young man isn’t moving or talking about random nonsense and spouting facts he knows about, even if there’s no one to hear him do so. There are times where his mood can change and he either sobers out of his hallucinations and Gavin can actually hold somewhat normal conversations or he turns from docile to hostile and attack someone for saying or doing something he didn’t like or he found insulting.
Faceclaim → Matthew Gray Gubler
Name → Charlotte “Charlie” Vreeland
Age → 19 (April 18)
Type → Staff
The Role of Charlotte “Charlie” Vreeland is Taken
Chalie grew up as a normal kid; She had a normal loving family, had friends and she was almost like a perfect kid. Until one horrible event left her scarred for life. Two years ago she watched a black haired man kill her family infront of her; Her parents and her little brother brutally murdered before her eyes, the mudered tried to kill her too. He stabbed her 20 times and still somehow she survived. Her only uncles tried to take her in and help her but after the murder she was too much of a package to carry, so they decided to institutionalize her to treat her Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Insomnia.
Charlie didn’t get much better right away, after a little more than a year all her nightmares were still haunting her. She always cheated with her meds so she wouldn’t sleep because everytime she closed her eyes she would relive that night. The weird thing was that she wasn’t scared of the dark presence around, she didn’t care about it because she was already dead inside. It wasn’t until she met her friends that she started changing because all of them gave her a reason to get better so she finally decided to try. Her last 6 months as a patient were hell and heaven at the same time, she went through the most horrible situations; killed two men, almost gets killed and raped by her former therapist and lost some people she cared about. But all that was between happy moments as well; making friends, finding who she really was and fighting for a future. Two years and two weeks after arriving to Broken, Charlie changed her life. She got better and got out from the asylum and decided to leave town because she felt she needed time to adjust to her new normal life. Charlie spend the past year and a half n London where she became a nurse and finally decided to come back to Broken Asylum, she felt she needed to help others there, she was aware of the hell that place was and she wanted to give people hope.
Charlie just got back into town, she recently started working at the asylum as a nurse, oddly enough for her it felt like home
Charlie is a really sweet and kind girl. She cares alot about people and tries her best to help others. She really cherish everything in her life because she knows things change in a blink of an eye so she does her best to live her like well and appreciate everything and everyone around her. You could say Charlie is a real sweetheart, but if you try to hurt her or play with her she’ll not be afraid to stand up for herself or for the ones she loves.
Faceclaim → Lucy Hale
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