|Age||24 years old|
|Height||172 cm / 5'7"|
|Likes||Beer, money, women|
"A stitched-up resort employee. Currently handles the bar. The stitches are for style, but some of them are real." -In-Game description
Lucas Balliol is a secondary character and one of the bosses in LiEat II. He works as a barman at the resort, making tricks to entertain the clients.
He wears a white shirt with blue sleeves underneath a blue vest with a light blue stripe, a tie with yellow, black and white stripes, blue pants and dark blue shoes. He also wears a purple belt for decoration a little lower than a yellow belt, and has multiple stitches on his face and hands. He is always carrying a cigarrete.
Lucas is a laid-back and carefree guy, who has a very casual way of speaking. He never seems too worried about anything besides women and alcohol, and is a good at lying, however he ends up consumed by them. He enjoys doing tricks and thinks people’s disgraces are interesting to watch. He is also popular for being a playboy, and due to this is constantly being attacked as revenge.
His girlfriend. They’ve been dating for some years. He seems to like her, and usually complains about her controlling habits, though he recognizes his habits are a problem too. He thinks he deserves what she does to him, constantly saying things along the lines of “you reap what you sow”.
He knew the real Harold, and isn’t affected by Teo taking his place in the resort, as Lucas explains he was a loser and a drunktard. However, they don’t get along at all, given they’re way too similar. Lucas thinks Teo’s a weirdo, though later on he recognises his abilities and is grateful for his help.
He enjoys seeing her amusement, and shows her a few card tricks, as well as the severed thumb trick though he is suprised she doesn't notice his thumbs are different colors on each hand.
- He tells Efina to "don't grow up into that kind of girl" (referring to Olivia), the same thing Teo said to her.
- He would sometimes call Sofia "Sophie".
- When Mars and Thom become humans, he can't tell them apart.