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The history of Moira Asylum is a fascinating one, not excepting the recent debate over whether it is more prison or hospital. The venerable Widow Moira saw it as a place in which to treat the wounded of soul and heart, where one may recover from the world's ills to the soothing sounds of surf or silence.
However, Baron Ulysses, in his infinite wisdom, originally saw in it a place where he could be rid of The City's degenerates, all for the price of a generosity unmatched in our current age. . .