⇢ Introducing Lucas Fischer, the eighteen-year-old Ohio native who could definitely pass as
One could easily associate Lucas Fischer with a pint of beer and an acoustic guitar. Lucas has refused to separate himself from the instrument, knowing that it was the one thing that he wholeheartedly put himself into. When he was strumming his six strings, nothing else mattered, and every trouble simply faded away in the process. But when he wasn’t playing music, he was playing with alcohol, another thing that helped him avoid his problems for a moment more. Growing up, Lucas and his older brother never did get along, constantly bickering to the point where they’d turn to violence— practically giving their mother daily heart attacks due to their incessant arguing. But when the day came that his older brother left for the armed forces of America was one of the most heart-wrenching days of Luke’s life, because it was the last he’d ever see him. The guilt was enough to churn his stomach to the point of physical sickness, spiraling into a ever-present period of depression, because he never told his brother just how much he meant to him. Lucas spent days on end writing songs about regret, drinking to forget, and yet nothing worked because all around him, every wall of his house, every room, he saw his brother. He felt his presence, and Lucas simply couldn’t find a way to cope with the loss.
So, rationally, Lucas left his house as soon as he turned eighteen, telling his parents it was time for him to leave— he never did specify where he was going. They left him with some money, tears on his sleeve and before the sun set, Luke was on the road, with nothing more than a six-string on his back, a small handbook of songs in his back pocket, and a backpack filled with whatever he managed to fit in there. Hitch-hiking and taking interstate buses would eventually bring him to Venice Beach, California, where he would be introduced to a whole new world within the world he thought he knew so well. There, he was provided with the many opportunities to basically cloud his mind from everything he wanted to not think about, and succeeding in doing just that. The main reason the A Team welcomed the premature alcoholic was due to his talent, that could earn him the income they desperately needed— despite his tendency to be extremely childish and immature when it came to serious situations, which is something they faced on a daily basis. But to Lucas, Venice Beach was a party, and nothing less and nothing more.
⇢ Connect the dots, let’s get down to some personal business, are they friends or are they foes?
✚ Hutch Bradford, the one who he has a lot in common with. These two could easily be compared to Pauly D and Vinny on Jersey Shore— if you aren’t familiar with their friendship, then you should most definitely look it up because they are literally the epitome of Hutch and Lucas. The two are constantly making fools of themselves on the streets of Venice Beach, sharing a blunt and a bottle of beer— they’ve pretty much got a blooming bromance going on between the two of them.
✚ Misty Daniels, the girl of his dreams. He’s well aware that the older beauty is not interested in him, which somehow makes him want her even more. Though he doesn’t stand a chance, he can’t deny that she’s everything he ever wanted in a girl— though he doesn’t know much about her other than the fact she has a dad in the army, and well, that’s how he lost his brother. And yet something about her has him all caught up, but a crush doesn’t have to be acted upon. Besides, he has other things to do, and nights to attend to that he won’t remember in the morning.
Lucas is a member of the A Team and is currently CLOSED.