Born in Montreal Canada, Lucas was the the epitome of a boy with a golden heart. He was loved by his neighborhood for his friendly, helpful and honest nature, as well as his seemingly unbreakable innocence. Upon entering Senior High, he immediately became a student counselor for his natural talent as a calm and smooth talking mediator. Constantly breaking up frights and volunteering for his community, he easily became a well respected and beloved individual in the community.
He shocked everyone when he enlisted in the army in the fall of 2016, serving one year domestically before volunteering to be transferred to an international contingent of 200 peacekeeping troops apart of the UN’s research efforts into the outbreak in Chernarus. Now a peacekeeper, he received basic first aid training to supplement his basic infantryman training.
With the sheer chaos of the infection, his command was soon lost and his remaining detachment was also evacuated, inadvertently leaving him and others behind.
Now a soldier without a banner, the inexperienced but steadfast young man struggles to find himself a new cause worth serving.