Rollee Bitterblossom

Factory of Madness: Sarah in the Mirror
Factory of Madness: Sarah in the Mirror by @rollee (Rollee Bitterblossom)

The ruins of Piedmont Factory are haunted by the ghosts of the children who were once made to toil endlessly in its walls, all the way to their demise in the Night of the Fire. Trapped in the building they hated in life, each ghost is an echo of their own unique tragedy. Some struggle to maintain some semblance of their humanity, others are now completely lost in the madness of death. This is their story

Driven by the guilt of her parent’s death, Sarah lived her short life helping others but denying herself any real comfort. This has ultimately continued in her death. Sarah has taken on the role as Piedmont’s caretaker. She watches over the other ghosts, trying her best to keep their insanities in check while simultaneously keeping Piedmont’s “visitors” in check.

Unfortunately, years of self denial has molded her own madness and her afterlife has given it form. The “Other Sarah” is a sadistic personification of all the desires that she denied herself in life, including her secret obsession with the instrument of her parent’s death, fire.

"You shouldn't have come. You're not welcome here. No one is" - Sarah Madeline

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Posted: Friday, 11 August, 2023 @ 10:35 PM
Rating: 5


Posted: Saturday, 12 August, 2023 @ 04:36 AM
Rating: 5

Fascinating. Love the style, and I have a feeling we're going to be learning more about the Piedmont Factory.

Posted: Saturday, 12 August, 2023 @ 05:34 AM

@fragmented_imagination: Indeed, ill post more soon

Posted: Saturday, 12 August, 2023 @ 01:25 PM

@rollee: Got me hook, line, and sinker! Looking forward to it!

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