Family status: Parents divorced. Lived with her mother until she was picked up.
Entered the facility: Not being able to finish the middle school she was sent to this facility. A decision made by her mother which Sylvia didn't seem to object to. She hated the kids in school. Never could she understand them and blend in the crowd or have a friend, not one that would be long term at least. Her diagnosis hasn't been totally clear to this day. Having maladaptive daydreaming a reason good enough to put her with patients that suffered with schizophrenia an schizoism.
Disorder(s): Having maladaptive daydreaming a reason good enough to put her with patients that suffered with schizophrenia an schizoism.
Traits: Loner. Absent-minded, Clumsy, creative, shy, Dreamy. Sometimes she gives up easily and believes everything that someone would say and make things real in her mind.
Likes: Clouds. She can spend so much time looking at them that she'd forget about eating and then go home with dizzy head, since she wouldn't felt starving. Nature, the power it gives to her emotionally thinking that storm is on her side when it comes towards. Little things. Things that are different and weird to others. She also likes to explain things to someone she has spoken earlier who is not there at that exact moment, imagining the person somewhere near as she talks to an empty air.
Dislikes: Loud noises, Ignorance, Gossiping, talking to more than one person.
Skills: Drawing, writing, stealing, acting.
Details: Sylvia might miss some things along the way, but generally she is transcendental and soulful.
People mostly think she's 15-19 years old. Looks younger than she is actually.
Body build: Slim, petite with little or no muscles over all.
Shape of face: Similar to Liv Tyler's. At least that is what people say when they look at Sylvia.
Eye color: Silvery gray.
Skin tone: Pale white.
Marks: Few minor scratches that she got from climbing the tress and rocks.
Hair color: Dark brown.
Type of hair: Long straight with tendency to bend a little. Mostly messy.