Additional Notes for FindChaos:
Page 3: The scars on Arthur’s wrists are already somewhat visible in this chapter’s flashback (though hidden under his cuffs or sleeves in others). The reason for the scars may be obvious to some, but for those lucky enough not to understand them, psychiatric institutes have a policy to physically restrain non-compliant patients. The standard physical restraints include wrist, ankle, and forehead and torso straps. While the forehead strap is sometimes forgone (proximity to the head = biting potential), the wrists are usually the first parts of the body to be restrained, and thus the restraints struggled against. In deemed medical emergencies, orderlies sometimes carry handcuffs or zip-ties to physically restrain a patient, both of which can leave scars on a patient’s wrists if their struggles traumatize the areas.