A profile of Dylan, a Rioter of The Division, for Stories of The Division. Sponsored by Ubisoft.
"My mom was the last of my family to go. Took her to that field hospital they set up in Madison Field Hospital, but they just stuck her in a bed, didn't do nothing for her. People were stealing jewelry and stuff from the sick and dying. Right under the cops noses! So I took her wedding ring off, and then I walked out to Eighth Avenue. Walked for hours. It got dark and cold. I kept walking. All I could think was 'why am I the one who lives?'
"Then I saw a cop arresting a guy in the street. I don't know why, but I lost it. I jumped the cop. Hit him and hit him until the skin on my knuckles shredded. Took his car. Guess I thought I could drive through the lockdown. But just before the bridge, this dude came out of nowhere and I crashed the car. There was police coming from the bridge so I ran up the embankment into Riverside Park. Wasn't until I was like fifty blocks away, I realized I lost mom's ring. It was probably in the cop car but I couldn't go back. That ring was all I had left of her.
Been talking to some guys who lost people at Madison Field, too. Somebody said it's more like a graveyard than a hospital. You know what? He's right. They don't care about us. But we're gonna show 'em what's up. We won't be treated like cattle or pushed around no more."
Stories of The Division offers an intimate look into the lives of 20 fictional New Yorkers living in the world of Tom Clancy's The Division. These conversations are set during the early stages of the outbreak. This series was written and produced by Studio 61 of CBS Interactive in collaboration with Ubisoft.
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