although he interacts with them as he would anyone else, the doctor manages to shrug off any questions about his hallucinations due to his reputation of being a strange person. so, he can easily claim he’s just acting ‘weird.’ so, no one knows he has these hallucinations. they take form both audio and visual, but he manages to tell the difference by both instinct and logic.
they’re persistent, giving him headaches, and, for the most part, they’re not harmful. he doesn’t see the need to inform anyone about them as he imagines it’s just his brain’s way of trying to make sense of all the information he’s handed.
then again, he’s the kind of person who’d have a philosophical debate with a ghost more than he would anyone living.
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What are your character's core beliefs about the world? About themselves? About the people around them? How do these beliefs shape their actions?
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Navy was raised by upper middle class parents, so she has this weird sense of entitlement. She thinks the equivalent of "just work harder and you'll get there :))" in her world, before her abusive ex and subsequent jail time/military duty. After, her views completely change- she recognizes that "working your way up" really isn't a thing. She still hasn't dropped the whole "entitlement" thing, but she's way better than she used to be.
About herself? She never really thought highly of herself. Her parents pushed her to be the best she can be, and she took that to mean "the best", becoming a perfectionist, due to a miscommunication. She's hard on both herself and others, pushing them harder than necessary. Navy is definitely a pessimist, before and after everything.
She loves her team!! (These characters don't really have names atm, using colors instead)
Pink: thinks of her as her child- Pink reached out to her while she was serving in the military (pink's culture is way different than navy's! Military work is really important to her culture), about forming a team. Navy really doesn't like the idea of Pink fighting, because of her naivety, but stays by her side, in an attempt to protect her. (Pink is a far superior fighter than Navy is- navys just having a mom moment).
Yellow- really doesnt like them. Yellow is related to Navy's ex, and looks very much like him, so she avoids them as much as possible- Pink and White have tried desperately to get the two to work together effectively, but Navy keeps letting trauma control her and shuts them down. Yellow doesn't understand Navy's reactions, and avoids her like the plague. Eventually, the two become pals, but it takes a lot of work on Navy's side.
White- Has a huge crush on him. Her gaze almost always lands on him, and she attempts to protect him almost as much as Pink. Both white and navy are obvious to this, despite hanging out all the time. Pink and Yellow are both aware of this, and actively try to get them together (especially once Navy and Yellow grow closer as friends after Navy finally fucking gets therapy). The two of them make a great team, and are effectively the team's parents.
Lighting- trauma response time! Lighting is the reason she was put in jail, and tortured her by changing her magic. She freezes on sight, and Lighting always takes advantage of this to taunt or attack. Her reactions get better after therapy, but she's still absolutely terrified.