Nov. 15th, 2010


[action | open~]

Who: Kotomi and anyone who feels like joining her
Where: Common room
When: Noon-ish, after Dr. Grey's announcement
What: A very somber bookworm tries to figure out what she should do until she meets with one of her friends.

Won't you come join~? )



[ The PDA crackles to life, and the network has been updated. ]
Welcome, patients. My name is Doctor Linda Grey. Today is day six.

Thankfully, such gloomy weather is finally starting to be put behind us. The rain has subsided to a light drizzle and the clouds are to be blown away by the late afternoon, and the sun will shine brightly once again.

Please give a warm welcome to Alice Elliot, Mitsunari Ishida, Edward Elric and Nico Robin.

Thank you, and please try to enjoy the day.

Nov. 12th, 2010



*Ed’s fiddling with the device (he’s never been much good with machines… or at least not that he remembers) and the video feed is clicking on and off as he does so, without him realizing it. Eventually it stops, and he can be seen staring blankly at the device, fingers idly tapping its side.*

So none of it… even happened…? All of it was a lie…?

*he’s murmuring mostly to himself, brow furrowing in thought, a frown pulling on his lips. Then suddenly his expression hardens in determination*

No. It had to be real. All I have to do is transmu—

*and then he stops again, eyes wide. He can’t finish that sentence, because he realizes that no, he can’t prove it to himself with alchemy. And that makes him bow his head, face hidden behind his bangs*


Nov. 11th, 2010


[ 01 ]

[ Someone, somewhere in the facility is probably in a good mood, but it definitely isn't Mitsunari.

He's spent his time past arrival in and out of a forced sleep-- he doesn't understand how, some vague notions of poisons aside, but the needle in the crook of his arm almost instantly knocked him out the three different times they pinned him back. Not really looking for a fourth time, Mitsunari decided instead to explore this place, and ended up looking through the library. After flipping through the very western place, still dazed from the newness of everything and a bit sluggish from the sedatives, he sits himself down at a table and pulls out the device.

The camera switches on and for a moment all you can see is the top of his head and blurry fingertips. It's completely muted for now but as it smacks into table-- giving you all a very good view of the wood grain!-- it steadily gets louder and louder and louder until it's nearly deafening.

Then suddenly the camera is off and it's just sound. The volume adjusts itself. The microphone is brushed up against and blown into just as loudly as the bangs. Say goodbye to your eardrums.

And suddenly, microphone off, text only: ]

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[ Then, sometime later, after gathering some more ideas of what exactly this thing is-- probably by a nurse who handily saw him banging the thing against the table-- the voice switches back on, this time at a normal volume. ]

To the woman in charge of this place: I will make you pay for your misdeeds.

Nov. 8th, 2010




Did anyone else have a weird dream last night...?

Nov. 7th, 2010



[ The PDA crackles to life, and the network has been updated. ]
Welcome, patients. My name is Doctor Linda Grey. Today is day five.

You've all just undergone your first therapy session. I, and the rest of the staff here at Yellow Brick, are very happy for you all and hope for future therapies to go as smoothly as this first one. We all appreciate your cooperation. [ you can practically hear her kind smile ] We hope you continue to be so cooperative.

If you look outside today you'll see the storm is fully upon us. It's raining very heavily and the winds are strong; we have thunder and lightning and we predict this will last for a day. Umbrellas will be supplied if you plan on using some of the outdoor facilities such as the dojo; the pools and the beach will be closed but the dojo has a roof for times such as this.

Additionally, please give a warm welcome to our newest addition, Vriska Serket.

Thank you, and please try to enjoy the day.

[ ooc: we are switching over to the proposed tagging system starting today. please tag entries if your character replies, and don't be hesitant in adding tags to previous entries!

also please look over at these posts and reply if you have not already! ]

Nov. 3rd, 2010



Who: Francis York Morgan and OPEN
What: Smoke break and possible socialization
When: Post therapy, possibly around dusk
Where: In one of the designated outside smoking areas, near the gardens

How do you move in a world of fog that's always changing things || Makes me wish that I could be a dog when I see the price that you pay )

Oct. 25th, 2010



[Fletcher is sitting in the cafeteria, picking at a plate of food. It's not that it's bad; it's just that he hasn't been really hungry since he first woke up here. There doesn't seem to be much point in anything if everything he knows was a lie. Even alchemy, his secret life ambition, is really an old and discredited science.

He knows he has to stop being so down. Somewhere out there, his family is waiting for him to remember everything and come home to them. Somewhere out there, Russel (he hopes) is probably heartbroken at the idea that Fletcher doesn't remember growing up by his side. Moping won't get him anywhere. But he doesn't know how to stop.

So he keeps poking at his breakfast. And he makes one resolution: Today, at least, he's not going to cry.]

Oct. 22nd, 2010



Who: Fletcher and people
Where: Library
When: Evening
What: Fletcher is looking for books

Read more... )

Oct. 18th, 2010



[ Just like the announcements said, the beach is open for use -- a bit of a grand opening to celebrate includes music, balloons and burgers and sausage straight from the grill. A temporary buffet table is set up with a few picnic benches, to the left of the changing booths. Attendants will help you get your food, will monitor the waters for any signs of trouble and will be happy to get you anything you might need for a fun day in the sun.

Swimwear, life vests, beach toys and towels are supplied for any patient venturing that way by the staff on request, but venturing into the water isn't required. If you do take a dip, you'll notice that after swimming a small distance that the area is enclosed with a high metal fence. The holes in the water-immersed sections are small enough to prevent large fish to enter without restricting some of the smaller species. If swimming isn't your thing, just sit back and relax in the sand, or chat up your fellow patients. Get to get to know the people those voice posts and videos belong to.

This is an open-style post meaning post/reply/spam threads all you like with your characters if they're going to be at the beach today. Feel free to make separate posts for your own purposes as well, this is just a mixer! ]

Oct. 12th, 2010



Who: Fletcher, you!
Where: Gardens
When: Noon-ish?
What: Sad nine-year-old

Read more... )

Oct. 10th, 2010



Hello? Um, is this machine working? I'm sorry, I'm not very good with-- ack! [There is a fumbling sound as he drops the device floor. Several moments pass as he picks it back up and looks it over.]

Oh no, did I break it? I hope I didn't break it. [What if the people in charge get mad at him? Would he get in trouble?] ...ah, is it still on? Um-- sorry, I... [And off it goes. Maybe he'll try again later. Like in a few days.]