Pilgrim State

Ginevra Evans | 17 ; Suicide attempts, drug addict and self harm. Possible Major Depresive Disorder

Ginevra was born to British parents, but surprisingly in the city of Tokyo, Japan. Her father died in an Asylum, when Ginevra was only three years old. As for her mother? She a drug addict for as long as the girl can remember.
At school she was always shy and really had no friends. In the end, she turned to drugs herself to cope with it all. When her mother died, she was sixteen, Ginevra started living on the street as she had no money to pay for an apartment.

When she was eighteen, she was taken out of Japan with along with another few girls. She was soon brought to New York. There, after being examined several times, she was sent to Pilgrim State Asylum.

Level - 1 ; Taken

Ginevra Evans | 17 ; Suicide attempts, drug addict and self harm. Possible Major Depresive Disorder

Ginevra was born to British parents, but surprisingly in the city of Tokyo, Japan. Her father died in an Asylum, when Ginevra was only three years old. As for her mother? She a drug addict for as long as the girl can remember.

At school she was always shy and really had no friends. In the end, she turned to drugs herself to cope with it all. When her mother died, she was sixteen, Ginevra started living on the street as she had no money to pay for an apartment.

When she was eighteen, she was taken out of Japan with along with another few girls. She was soon brought to New York. There, after being examined several times, she was sent to Pilgrim State Asylum.

Level - 1 ; Taken



Pilgrim State Hospital - 1950’s Period Asylum Roleplay

In the 1920s, New York State operated six mental hospitals to facilitate the growing need for psychiatric care, and all were extremely overcrowded. The state’s answer to this ever growing problem? Pilgrim State Hospital.Here, the patients, though promised the most expensive, caring and humane treatment possible, have become human guinea pigs for the wicked minds of the ever-growing world of medical scientists. Now the only question is… will you survive?

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Pilgrim State Hospital - 1950’s Period Asylum Roleplay

In the 1920s, New York State operated six mental hospitals to facilitate the growing need for psychiatric care, and all were extremely overcrowded. The state’s answer to this ever growing problem? Pilgrim State Hospital.

Here, the patients, though promised the most expensive, caring and humane treatment possible, have become human guinea pigs for the wicked minds of the ever-growing world of medical scientists. Now the only question is… will you survive?

Accepting OC’s, and FC/Disorder Requests!

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Pilgrim State Hospital - 1950’s Period Asylum Roleplay

In the 1920s, New York State operated six mental hospitals to facilitate the growing need for psychiatric care, and all were extremely overcrowded. The state’s answer to this ever growing problem? Pilgrim State Hospital.Here, the patients, though promised the most expensive, caring and humane treatment possible, have become human guinea pigs for the wicked minds of the ever-growing world of medical scientists. Now the only question is… will you survive?

Accepting OC’s, and FC/Disorder Requests!
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Pilgrim State Hospital - 1950’s Period Asylum Roleplay

In the 1920s, New York State operated six mental hospitals to facilitate the growing need for psychiatric care, and all were extremely overcrowded. The state’s answer to this ever growing problem? Pilgrim State Hospital.

Here, the patients, though promised the most expensive, caring and humane treatment possible, have become human guinea pigs for the wicked minds of the ever-growing world of medical scientists. Now the only question is… will you survive?

Accepting OC’s, and FC/Disorder Requests!

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Hello everyone! We’re accepting applications:

For an asylum roleplay :)

Looking for a unique roleplaying experience? Look no further then Pilgrim State Hospital! We’re a period roleplay set in the 1950’s! But! Don’t let our era intimidate you, I promise it’s easy as pie to grasp :) 

We tried to make it as simple as possible for you!

Come! Browse our selection of characters, perhaps even write your own (which would be awesome!). We’re also accepting face claim requests :) 

So come on! Browse away!

Pilgrim State Hospital - 1950’s Period Asylum Roleplay

In the 1920s, New York State operated six mental hospitals to facilitate the growing need for psychiatric care, and all were extremely overcrowded. The state’s answer to this ever growing problem? Pilgrim State Hospital.Here, the patients, though promised the most expensive, caring and humane treatment possible, have become human guinea pigs for the wicked minds of the ever-growing world of medical scientists. Now the only question is… will you survive?

Accepting OC’s, and FC/Disorder Requests!
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Pilgrim State Hospital - 1950’s Period Asylum Roleplay

In the 1920s, New York State operated six mental hospitals to facilitate the growing need for psychiatric care, and all were extremely overcrowded. The state’s answer to this ever growing problem? Pilgrim State Hospital.

Here, the patients, though promised the most expensive, caring and humane treatment possible, have become human guinea pigs for the wicked minds of the ever-growing world of medical scientists. Now the only question is… will you survive?

Accepting OC’s, and FC/Disorder Requests!

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Nadine Brighton | 15 ; Post Truamatic Stress Disorder and Dissociative Identity Disorder

Nadine Brighton seemed to have the perfect life. Her family was wealthy, privileged and she had everything a little girl could desire. Her mother put her in ballet classes, taught her the piano and read stories to her at night, when she tucked her into bed. Her father liked to take her out on outings, buy her ice cream and make her large doll houses for all of her dolls. She was an only child in the Brighton family, doted upon like a princess and treated like a delicate flower. However, she was not a spoiled child. Nadine, in fact, often gave other girls at school her dolls, saying that she had too many and wanted to make sure everyone was happy. That was her philosophy in life – to make everyone else happy before herself. A compassionate soul, who couldn’t hurt a fly. Because of this, though, nothing could prepare her for the tragic turn in her life that would change everything in the blink of an eye.
Both of her parents were killed in a fatal car crash one snowy night in December and suddenly, Nadine’s life was no longer perfect. She was sent to a foster home, for none of her immediate family wanted to take her. She stayed there for a total of three months, suffering from night terrors and an inability to fall asleep before things seemed to get better. A family found her and wished to adopt her. It was the answer to her prayers. There was a mother and a father and plenty of siblings to love her again. And for awhile, everything seemed perfect again.
But soon, Nadine realized that the family who adopted her was nothing like her real family. They had rules and punishments for those who didn’t follow the rules… Nadine had been adopted into a satanic cult. Only a year after she had been taken in by the group, the police met Nadine for the second time in her short life. This time, however, it wasn’t to tell her that her parents were dead. It was because of a call made to 9-1-1. A concerned neighbour had heard screams coming from inside of the house. The rest of the cult had fled by the time the police had arrived, of course, but they found Nadine lying on the floor, dressed in a white dress, in critical condition. There had also been a boy with her, a few years older, who tried to explain what had happened, though most of his explanation had sounded like nonsense to the police.
A few weeks later, Nadine found herself in Pilgrim. With no place to send her and concerned for her mental health, the doctors had decided that it was the safest place for her. Though they are still uncertain of a diagnosis, it is clear that the young girl has suffered a severe trauma and the staff at Pilgrim are more than willing to help the fifteen year old child. What they don’t know, however, is that something has changed in Nadine. Her mind has changed, attempting to find a way to deal with the horrible things that she suffered while living with her cult family and now, she’s not quite a sweet little girl anymore.

Level - 1 ; Taken

Nadine Brighton | 15 ; Post Truamatic Stress Disorder and Dissociative Identity Disorder

Nadine Brighton seemed to have the perfect life. Her family was wealthy, privileged and she had everything a little girl could desire. Her mother put her in ballet classes, taught her the piano and read stories to her at night, when she tucked her into bed. Her father liked to take her out on outings, buy her ice cream and make her large doll houses for all of her dolls. She was an only child in the Brighton family, doted upon like a princess and treated like a delicate flower. However, she was not a spoiled child. Nadine, in fact, often gave other girls at school her dolls, saying that she had too many and wanted to make sure everyone was happy. That was her philosophy in life – to make everyone else happy before herself. A compassionate soul, who couldn’t hurt a fly. Because of this, though, nothing could prepare her for the tragic turn in her life that would change everything in the blink of an eye.

Both of her parents were killed in a fatal car crash one snowy night in December and suddenly, Nadine’s life was no longer perfect. She was sent to a foster home, for none of her immediate family wanted to take her. She stayed there for a total of three months, suffering from night terrors and an inability to fall asleep before things seemed to get better. A family found her and wished to adopt her. It was the answer to her prayers. There was a mother and a father and plenty of siblings to love her again. And for awhile, everything seemed perfect again.

But soon, Nadine realized that the family who adopted her was nothing like her real family. They had rules and punishments for those who didn’t follow the rules… Nadine had been adopted into a satanic cult. Only a year after she had been taken in by the group, the police met Nadine for the second time in her short life. This time, however, it wasn’t to tell her that her parents were dead. It was because of a call made to 9-1-1. A concerned neighbour had heard screams coming from inside of the house. The rest of the cult had fled by the time the police had arrived, of course, but they found Nadine lying on the floor, dressed in a white dress, in critical condition. There had also been a boy with her, a few years older, who tried to explain what had happened, though most of his explanation had sounded like nonsense to the police.

A few weeks later, Nadine found herself in Pilgrim. With no place to send her and concerned for her mental health, the doctors had decided that it was the safest place for her. Though they are still uncertain of a diagnosis, it is clear that the young girl has suffered a severe trauma and the staff at Pilgrim are more than willing to help the fifteen year old child. What they don’t know, however, is that something has changed in Nadine. Her mind has changed, attempting to find a way to deal with the horrible things that she suffered while living with her cult family and now, she’s not quite a sweet little girl anymore.

Level - 1 ; Taken

Naomi Briggs | 19 ; Antisocial Personality Disorder

Naomi was always ‘the problem child’. The one variable in the equation of life no one could master. She was volatile, short tempered and more often then not completely emotionless towards the destruction she caused. Of course, considering her childhood, this was all to be expected. See, Naomi’s mother was the sort who spent far more time and money on herself then she ever would her daughter. As for the father? He was an abusive alcoholic who was kicked out before Naomi was old enough to even realize he existed. Not to say that she doesn’t care that he left, no Naomi was quick to set him center stage as the reason behind her destructive behavior. It was hardly her fault she acted out when there had never been a strong male figure to real her antics in.
Now, how much of that is true is completely up for debate. Was it really her father? Or has Naomi just always been that way?
Whichever it is, in the end, it doesn’t really matter. Naomi is forever trapped behind Pilgrim’s walls whether she likes it or not. Of course, there’s a perfectly good reason for this, Naomi is homicide (among other things) mainly though, she’s responsible for a shooting spree at her local mall, leaving twelve dead and a further fifteen injured.
How she got a hold of the gun remains a closely guarded secret (although police speculate she might have snagged it from a kid at her school) but what she did to it shocked the small town were she grew up. Park Meadows Shopping Centre, on a busy Saturday afternoon. There, at the corner of the mall next to the food court is Naomi, quietly waiting. Shots start to ring out moments later. Mrs. Dricote is the first to die, the local high schools librarian. Then the Minel family, the two children and the parents left to bleed on the ground. seven minutes and ten more people later the SWAT team finally arrive on scene. They caught her seconds before she shot the local elementary school principle.
Naomi’s mother didn’t even notice her daughter wasn’t at home until the police were knocking on her door. That was the last time the two of them ever talked. Mrs. Brigs was quick to disinherit her daughter, and even quicker to throw away the baby photos.
With charges looming over her head, and no family willing to take her, Naomi opted for the supposedly painless route, Pilgrim State Hospital. A few months mooching free food and she’d be gone, disappearing into the foster care system without a trace, or so she thought.
It’s been a few years since then, and one thing remains constant: Naomi Briggs is staying at Pilgrim until the day she dies.

Level - 3 ; Open

Naomi Briggs | 19 ; Antisocial Personality Disorder

Naomi was always ‘the problem child’. The one variable in the equation of life no one could master. She was volatile, short tempered and more often then not completely emotionless towards the destruction she caused. Of course, considering her childhood, this was all to be expected. See, Naomi’s mother was the sort who spent far more time and money on herself then she ever would her daughter. As for the father? He was an abusive alcoholic who was kicked out before Naomi was old enough to even realize he existed. Not to say that she doesn’t care that he left, no Naomi was quick to set him center stage as the reason behind her destructive behavior. It was hardly her fault she acted out when there had never been a strong male figure to real her antics in.

Now, how much of that is true is completely up for debate. Was it really her father? Or has Naomi just always been that way?

Whichever it is, in the end, it doesn’t really matter. Naomi is forever trapped behind Pilgrim’s walls whether she likes it or not. Of course, there’s a perfectly good reason for this, Naomi is homicide (among other things) mainly though, she’s responsible for a shooting spree at her local mall, leaving twelve dead and a further fifteen injured.

How she got a hold of the gun remains a closely guarded secret (although police speculate she might have snagged it from a kid at her school) but what she did to it shocked the small town were she grew up. Park Meadows Shopping Centre, on a busy Saturday afternoon. There, at the corner of the mall next to the food court is Naomi, quietly waiting. Shots start to ring out moments later. Mrs. Dricote is the first to die, the local high schools librarian. Then the Minel family, the two children and the parents left to bleed on the ground. seven minutes and ten more people later the SWAT team finally arrive on scene. They caught her seconds before she shot the local elementary school principle.

Naomi’s mother didn’t even notice her daughter wasn’t at home until the police were knocking on her door. That was the last time the two of them ever talked. Mrs. Brigs was quick to disinherit her daughter, and even quicker to throw away the baby photos.

With charges looming over her head, and no family willing to take her, Naomi opted for the supposedly painless route, Pilgrim State Hospital. A few months mooching free food and she’d be gone, disappearing into the foster care system without a trace, or so she thought.

It’s been a few years since then, and one thing remains constant: Naomi Briggs is staying at Pilgrim until the day she dies.

Level - 3 ; Open

Anonymous sent: Would you be willing to create a Leighton Meester FC?

Sure! :) I’ll add her to the list! Any particular disorder you’d like to see her with? Or would you prefer her as a staff member?

Applications anyone?

You know you want to!