You knew a lot.
You were always at the top of your class. Straight A's. Your peers envied you. You future was bright. It's a shame, really. You knew too much.
You had a feeling the government was hiding something, so naturally, being the curious person you are, you investigated. What you saw scared you. Not enough, it seems.
The government of your country was teaming up with a few other nations and experimenting with things they didn't understand. Chemicals, mixed together to give the user superpowers. Ways to wipe memories clean. How to physically impair someone, without all the nasty details.
Of course you told someone. What else could you do? Well, you could have kept your mouth shut.
So now you're in a laboratory/prison located in... well, you really don't know where you are. All you know is that you're with four other people, around your age, who also knew too much. You're being subjected to the experiments that got you here. And the government, in order to make sure word of their initiatives didn't get out somehow, has disabled you. One of your senses is... gone. Even if you could escape somehow, you'd need the antidote to the injection the government gave you to make you impaired, otherwise you wouldn't be able to tell anyone what you discovered. And where would that be? Don't ask me. How do you find it?
Don't ask me.
Loss of Hearing - United States of America - Open
Loss of Sight - France - Open
Loss of Speech - Russia - Taken
Loss of Pain - Brazil - Open
Loss of Memory - Japan - Open
(Quick note, not being able to feel pain is actually a bad thing, just think about it. Also, the loss of memory isn't, like, they can't remember their past or anything, they just have a hard time remembering things. Forget what they were talking about in the middle of a conversation, for example. When recalling things, no matter how recent, they have to stop and think for awhile. The government could've erased their entire memory, but they wanted them to remember what they did wrong and why they're never seeing their loved ones again. Wow, this wasn't a quick note.)
Appearance (don't do clothes, okay? Okay):
Full Name: Anna Victoria Privalova (Anna is pronounced like Anna in Frozen because that's how Russia works) also spelled Анна Виктория Привалова if you want it in the Russian alphabet
Disability: Loss of Speech
Appearance: Anna has light, fair skin, with light freckles covering her face. Her hair is curly and strawberry blond, reaching her mid back. Her eyes are a light blue.
Personality: Intelligent, very curious, extroverted, not shy at all, hates not being able to talk, because it's pretty much her favorite thing ever.
Other: Speaks both Russian and English
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