CW: Depression/Substance Abuse/Death/Medical Descriptions
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[Intern Alias]: Niki
Participant Name: Silas Lane Alderin
[Pronouns]: he / him / his
Lunacy Status: Immune
[How did you find us?]: Shine
Appearance: 6'3", 172 lbs, brown eyes, dark brown hair, strong build, pierced ears that have mostly healed closed, double sleeves of tattoos from shoulder to wrist in addition to two small stars tattooed on the lower left hip
*Language(s) known: English, Spanish, French
*Highest Education Received : Doctorate of Medicine, Board Certification in General Surgery
Reputation: Prior to the "incident" (see notes), subject appeared socially well-adjusted. Friendly towards coworkers, though seemingly private, subject is divorced with no notable ongoing relationships to speak of. Since the incident, subject has been ostracized from his professional community and reports monthly with a community supervision officer. Officer has observed no notable changes in social status.
A. Area of potential: Strong empathetic tendencies; subject is generally sensitive to the emotions of others and tends toward sympathetic reactions and a strong comfort response.
B. Area of potential: Hardworking; subject is not easily deterred from work or skill related goals, and views obstacles with almost blind perseverance, as if they are of no consequence or simply irrelevant to his end game.
C. Area of potential: Charismatic; individual is superficially charming, good-humored, and enjoys light, bantering chatter and a good ribbing.
D. Known Risk Factor: Emotionally unstable and self-destructive; internalizes perceived flaws and denies a full range of emotional sensation, despite experiencing deep, often crippling waves of longing, sadness, and isolation. Subject refuses to show weakness, though signs of anxiety are present. Does not cry in public, or alone.
E. Known Risk Factor: Heavily introverted; subject often does not assert his own needs and therefore suffers unnecessarily at the whims of others, most often unbeknownst to themselves. Vulnerable to emotional manipulation and "using" by more self-aware individuals.
F. Known Risk Factor: Hopeless; subject, though functional, does not foresee a positive future and therefore views positive relationships and occurrences as temporary and undependable. Avoids most instances of true interpersonal connection.
*Other: Subject convicted on one charge of manslaughter following an incident that occurred at St. Mary's University Hospital on July 9th, 2016. Victim was a 46 year-old male -- husband and father of two -- admitted to the emergency room with severe abdominal pain and vomiting. Upon examination by the on-call physician, victim was determined to have ruptured his appendix and became septic due to spreading infection. Subject, despite being the facility's on-call surgical staff, was chemically impaired and unable to perform his duties, however, due to the declining nature of the victim's status, subject agreed to perform the surgery.
Blood tests later revealed significant amounts of ketamine and amphetamines in subject's system, impairing his ability to maintain control of the situation at hand. Shortly into the procedure, the victim suffered extensive blood loss and was unable to be revived. Subject was indicted on one count of second degree murder, but pled down to the lesser offense of criminally negligent homicide.
A civil suit between subject and victim's family is currently ongoing.
*Text: I don't know why but I guess it's got something to do with you
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