A taciturn and unfriendly man. His parents upheld a very lackadaisical French lifestyle and, as a result, were not very good role models to him growing up. Because of that, he hates players, and he and Leon argue about it often. Because he's the composer of I♥B, he's good at performing alone. He is a transfer student from France. He's a fan of Kusakabe Torahiko's children’s stories, so they get together to talk about writing them from time to time.
Due to the loss of his mother at a young age and his father's negligence when he was growing up, Lucas is poor at conveying his emotions to others and often comes off as rude or blunt. He appreciates people who wholeheartedly take on tasks and are serious about what they do. On the flip side, he can be extremely harsh toward people he considers to not be "hardworking," and he often holds borderline perfectionist expectations for others and himself. He gets very annoyed when people assume he's a flirt due to the fact he's French and the stereotype is that French men like to flirt. In truth, he is actually quite against hosts and players. He enjoys reading nonfiction books but has a soft side for fairy tales.
Lucas is a tall young man with short, spiky dark purplish-blue hair which is parted on the right side. He has dark pink eyes, often also portrayed as red. He often has a serious expression on his face and rarely smiles.
He possesses a dark-coloured, 4-stringed bass guitar.
↑Yamato Nadeshiko is a japanese term for the perfect, feminine, pure and innocent woman. This is, however, referring to his favorite author, Tiger Kids.
↑Chara people are people that have salon-tanned skin, brown or blonde-dyed hair, always hit on girls, always go to random dinner dates (gōkon) and wear various accessories.
↑The "Dangos over flowers" phrase has a lot of meanings to it. One of them is that Dangos that are served on festivals are really nice and tasty, while the (cherry) flowers are fleeting, as they soon wither and disappear. So the phrase can be interpreted as "better something useful than something pretty"