Lucas Briand

From Plastic Tub

Lucas Briand's life revolved around two essential pivots, the insoluble value of hierarchical social organization and, most stridently, the belief in Christ's redemption of mankind through the architecture of sin-removal. The fascinating circumnavigation between these two poles is what makes his life story such a constant source of smirking bemusement.

As a youth, Lucas was averse to speaking, grimacing, or any other manner of exrapolating his inner thoughts -- which he later referred to as "a garden of sack-pouches, each one stalking the Other." The appearance of such a commanding neurological disorder led his gaurdians to procure for him the most advanced psychological treatement available at the the time -- namely, the barbarous rituals of electro-shock therapy and eventual lobotomization.

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As a child, Lucas was made to pray, very much against his will.