|La Bastille Fortress|
Unknown(Post-European Civil War)
The La Bastille is the prison of Neo-Paris, located in Deep-Paris.
The Bastille prison is built in the exact spot of the original Place de la Bastille square of history. However, its one major difference is its being surrounded by water as a result of the environmental flooding. Inmates are subject to Memory wipe as opposed to just the repossession of their clothes and belongings. Power grids and small box like contains are used to maintain control and imprisonment of the captured. The Madame, governor of the Bastille, watches over the prison from a tower in the center of the prison.
The Bastille's floors are corresponding to the security levels and importance of the inmate's status within the prison. Inmates who wear orange suits are clearly labeled criminals; Inmates whom wear green or white suits are designated patients or lab rats for experiments. All inmates are subjected to bulky white helmets that respond to the control of a Sensen user's glove, allowing them the control of their very bodies. The helmets are especially useful with captured Leapers who may prove dangerous or unruly.
Events of Remember Me
When Nilin got her memory wiped, Edge help her to escape La Bastille, making a dent to Madame and La Bastille reputation. Madame sent Olga Sedova to catch or kill Nilin and tightening the security around La Bastille. Unfortunately, Nilin able to infiltrate after the draining of the Saint Michel Dam. She managed to defeat Madame and S.A.B.R.E force and free the memories of the prisoners, causing a riot. Despite the chaotic situation and Errorists escaping, S.A.B.R.E force able to quell the riots down. Since Madame is knocked out by memory overload, the new owner is Dr Quaid who uses his power to accelerate his own Reconversion Project. La Bastille later self destruct by Johnny Greenteeth and Nilin able to escape, bringing down the notorious prison and leaving no survivors there.
The design of the Bastille is full of straight sharp edges and an almost clinical design. The spherical shape of the prison's exterior is based on the original Bastille prison adapted for a circular construction; the circular construction of the Bastille is likened to that of a flower of carnivorous nature.