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Lyndmoor Asylum

The Day Room

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a part of Lyndmoor Asylum, by Asbelgarcia2015.

Welcome to the Day Room. Have fun socializing

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A place where you can just kinda, ya know, chill.
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The Day Room

Welcome to the Day Room. Have fun socializing

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The Day Room is a part of Lyndmoor Asylum for the Mentally Insane.


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Character Portrait: Heidi Welch Character Portrait: Eric Murray
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Heidi Welch was sitting in the furthest corner of the Day Room, casting nasty glares at everyone else in the room.
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Eric Murray had just been kicked out of his room again. He wasn't really supposed to be checking himself out in the mirror. He let out a sigh as he made himself comfortable in one of the soft, plush chairs of the Day Room.

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Character Portrait: Adam Faulkner Character Portrait: Jack Griffiths Character Portrait: Eric Murray
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Stumbling into the Day Room, he pulled away from the security's grasp. "I'm not gonna do anything." he simply stated to the guard who accompanied him on his way from the Seclusion. He honestly didn't understand the precautions they took with him, like they didn't really need to put handcuffs on him. He signed the stupid form, he promised to behave and in exchange he'd get to finally get out of Seclusion. "Adam" the guard called him, as he took a good look around the day room. "Adam, Do you want those off or not?" the guard repeated. Adam smirked and turned around staring at the guard as he took off the handcuffs, he kind of felt bad for the guard. This guy was the longest any guard put up with him, and it may or may not be because this guard was promised a pay raise. "You may leave now, I'm not up to anything if that's what you're worried about. I'm just glad to finally be out." He has really missed normal colorful furniture, the white was getting to him. He wasn't insane, but being in seclusion could easily drive anyone mad.

As soon as the guard left Adam felt more relaxed and took a seat at a nearby table with some magazines carelessly stacked at the center of it. Grabbing one, he settled down int his chair and tried to catch up with what's going on in the world. Looking up from his magazine a few times, he noted that there were a lot less people around Lyndmoor than before he was put into seclusion. The normal ones probably asked to be transferred, and whenever he tried to tell them he was normal and that there wasn't anything wrong with him, the doctors scoffed and prescribed more pills.