Just a kid, Interrupted.

Kayson's Center for troubled youth is set in modern day America in Maine. Kayson's helps anyone and everyone who needs it. From eating and mental disorders to drug addictions, people come from all over the world for Kayson's Grade A treatment. There's never been a complaint, the orderlies are respectful of the patients, the therapists do their best to help and everyone's safety is carefully guarded with classes that the teens can take that peak their interest. Within the walls of Kayson's, it's much like the outside world. These kids are troubled, and most have simply been dropped off without hearing from their families again. Kayson's is their home. This is where they feel they belong although some of the kids don't appreciate being sent off to an unknown place because of a 'problem' they feel is nonexsistant.



Andrew Smythe || 17 || Heroin Addiction || FC : Matt Prokop
Andrew doesn’t socialize. He hates it. He’s been at Kayson’s for a few weeks, having been sent here by his older brother after a small amount of heroin was found in his dorm room at the boarding school he had been attending. To avoid negative press, the headmaster had given him the choice between expulsion or the time it took to ween him off the drug at Kayson’s. His brother chose for him. So, Andrew was sent here and his plan is to get in, get better, and get out. Little did he know that withdrawals weren’t going to be easy and he would be constantly thinking about the drug he couldn’t have. People have tried to get him to come out of his shell a bit more in group therapy but he refuses to speak to most people. Lyric Jenson isn’t giving up hope that he’ll at least talk to her though, and Andrew isn’t sure if it annoys or comforts him.

Andrew Smythe || 17 || Heroin Addiction || FC : Matt Prokop

Andrew doesn’t socialize. He hates it. He’s been at Kayson’s for a few weeks, having been sent here by his older brother after a small amount of heroin was found in his dorm room at the boarding school he had been attending. To avoid negative press, the headmaster had given him the choice between expulsion or the time it took to ween him off the drug at Kayson’s. His brother chose for him. So, Andrew was sent here and his plan is to get in, get better, and get out. Little did he know that withdrawals weren’t going to be easy and he would be constantly thinking about the drug he couldn’t have. People have tried to get him to come out of his shell a bit more in group therapy but he refuses to speak to most people. Lyric Jenson isn’t giving up hope that he’ll at least talk to her though, and Andrew isn’t sure if it annoys or comforts him.



Eli Rosco || 17 || Intermittent Explosive Disorder || FC : Brant Daugherty
Eli was sent to Kayson’s about six months ago when his parents got tired of dealing with his outbursts. He had been on medication that kept him relatively calm but he didn’t like how it made him feel, so he stopped taking it. A couple of weeks later, he got into a fight at school that resulted in him being expelled and the other student to end up in a week long coma. He doesn’t like the fact that he’s here, but it’s more that he doesn’t like the feeling of being abandoned. His problem had started years ago, so he knew this was a long time coming but he figured he would at least get to finish his junior year. Either way, now he’s at Kayson’s and doing his best to avoid the medication that makes him feel groggy while trying to get his therapist to believe he’s actually improving.

Eli Rosco || 17 || Intermittent Explosive Disorder || FC : Brant Daugherty

Eli was sent to Kayson’s about six months ago when his parents got tired of dealing with his outbursts. He had been on medication that kept him relatively calm but he didn’t like how it made him feel, so he stopped taking it. A couple of weeks later, he got into a fight at school that resulted in him being expelled and the other student to end up in a week long coma. He doesn’t like the fact that he’s here, but it’s more that he doesn’t like the feeling of being abandoned. His problem had started years ago, so he knew this was a long time coming but he figured he would at least get to finish his junior year. Either way, now he’s at Kayson’s and doing his best to avoid the medication that makes him feel groggy while trying to get his therapist to believe he’s actually improving.


Dyan Ross 


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Application for Danielle Kingly - ACCEPTED 

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  Admin Note : I loved the application! Have him ready by tomorrow. Also, it depends on what drug problem you want him to have.

IC :

Character Desired : Dylan Ross

Minimum 2 Paragraph Sample. -In Character- : There she was again. That girl. She’s alone, like she always is. Maybe she likes being alone or maybe she just wants someone to sit with her, talk to her, laugh with her. She doesn’t look shy, nor does she look innocent. The look in her eyes gives her away. He likes it, the way she looks at people, she doesn’t talk to them, she doesn’t like them. She’s interesting, fascinating even. He wanted to get closer to her. But he’s poisonous, isn’t he? He could take the risk. He might be mad, but if she’s here then so is she. Everyone’s crazy here. Everyone carries that madness within. Sanity is foreign.

He does not look sane, with that rodent like grin of his, it screams murder and malice. Sometimes it’s happy, but most of the time its just plain insane. Insane just like all that he is, every part of him is madness. But that’s what the pills are for, right? He takes them to be normal. No hope, though. Normal is something he will never be, ordinary, normal people are boring. They have boring lives, mundane, stable. He could never have that. As long as he was trapped inside his own head and train of though, normal people would always scare him.

OOC :

Name : Zo

Age : 16

Timezone : EET

How often are you on? : I’m usually on a lot, the timezone can sometimes be a problem because there’s no one on when I am. But I’m on at least an hour every day and pretty much all day Saturday and Sunday.

Anything Else? : Can Dylan also have a drug problem or is that too much?


fearfulbones said:
I'd be interested in playing a character with some form of mild-high functioning autism or Asperger's Syndrome. Just because it's more fun to roleplay someone when you cant have something in common with the character. But I doubt that either of those are severe enough to be institutionalized for unless it was a lower functioning form of autism.

Yeah I don’t think they are. Addictions are allowed as well if that helps. There’s going to be a few characters with drug addictions or like the Grant Gustin character that has sex addiction and all that if that helps.


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fearfulbones said:
This looks like a very entertaining and interesting roleyplay. Too bad the sociopath was taken. Are you planning on creating any more characters any time soon?

Yeah we have a few that we’re working on in the drafts already. Anything/anyone particular you might be interested in?


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