Patient Intervention Thread - Nina


This thread is for discussion, collaboration, and speculation about the dreamer Nina. If a special task is required to help this dreamer, it will be shared in the Patient Support Thread.

Please try to keep off-topic chatter to a minimum, thank you!

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Patient file


Password is Worry Stone


These are shooting by!


To be fair, they’re pretty easy.


That’s what I’m saying, wonder if there’s another coming?


I think they’re just giving us busy work between major events. Not that I’m complaining.


Yeah, this is my first arg, I’m having fun!


Just 3 more dreamers left to connect, unless my theory that the corrupted one is Elizabeth Leighton is correct.


She was alive when Myriad rescue team saved 12 dreamers and relocated them so the theory is difficult to believe, even if we’d like her to be alive.

@SingularGleam that’s good when it’s easy, we feel clever :smiley:


I’m not complainting, I love it!

Nina Patient File as images

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Nina Suit


Seven of the twelve dreamers […] even exhibited a tertiary response of a significant twitch in their right wrist. :rofl:


Melee boost confirmed!


That’s why it would be more than 12 dreamers, like I said. If her scan data was added sneakily by Emily. She is dead, but likely there was a backup of her mind made with one of the W/ARE headsets seized from the dev kit prizes.


What’s up with Nina crying during the Rorschach, seems like an extreme reaction.


The result of some sort of Trauma I’d guess…but no idea what. She sees it as a butterfly with its wings cut…not sure what that is supposed to tell us, if anything.


I’ve heard of anxiety, but that’s pretty acute. I wonder how hard it’s going to be to convince her we can be trusted.


Maybe the realisation of what it means to lose all mobility. No longer being able to flee, and in this case likely be left to die.


She seemed alright at the end of this conversation…it wasn’t terribly difficult to get her to say why she wasn’t comfortable.