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located in Winterborne Asylum, a part of Winterborne, one of the many universes on RPG.

Winterborne Asylum

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Character Portrait: Nyla La'Rouge Character Portrait: Ryley Spicer
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After a long time of trying to stabilize her, despite the fact that now she was perfectly fine. Dr. Hewitt finally came in, Nyla sat up then glaring at the nurses as a warning to stay away from her.

“Nyla, you need to tell me what you saw." he said calmly placing a hand on her shoulder gently. He was the only person in the whole hospital that was brave enough to willingly touch her as if they were old friends. She held his eyes and he narrowed his eyes glancing between both her eyes. “Your right eye color?" he breathed in shock. “Your right eyes is green." he opened his notebook jotting down a few things.

Nyla didn’t speak and he knew by the blank, unamused look in her eyes he’d lost her. She’d never admit it but she’d always like Cameron, he was smart and very brave and he refused to give up on her, even though everyone one including Nyla herself believed she was too far gone for any kind of saving.

“Right then. " he sighed. “Let her out with the others. She needs air. Keeping her locked up, will only make her sicker. She’s gone through enough today." The nurses looked shocked, but they didn’t argue.

Three large orderlies came into the room then. Two of them grabbed her by her bicep, while the other followed behind them for precautionary measures. She walked in silence through the halls as Dr. Hewitt followed the four of them. When they finally got to the door leading outside to the recreational area, Hewitt ordered the guard to unlock the door and Nyla walked outside.

The air misty and heavy with the musk smell of rain, like any minuet it might down pour, above her the clouds were a soft gray black. She hadn’t been outside in close to three weeks. They very rarely let her out with the other patients, mostly because she liked to cause trouble and she freaked the other patients out. Instantly as if the wind picked up, she could hear small whispers from the others and she could feel eyes on her. If she was being honest she hated it.

He pin straight jet black hair created enough of a wall for her peripherals that she didn’t have to look at the others as she glanced around for a place to sit. Finally deciding to sit at the table in the corner that was currently occupied by 0999 at least that what she knew him as. She made her way to the table sitting down across from him silently. He was the only other patient she knew of that was just as messed up as her. The lower risk patients were mostly teenagers who were addicted to drugs or alcohol. Some of them were constantly attempting suicide while other had eating disorders.