Name: Lucian Mason
Description: An intimidatingly large man (6'6, 260 lbs), he is also very quiet and surprisingly shy.
Personality: Quiet, a real introvert. Despite his calm facade, he struggles to control his violent temper.
Lucian Has spent the last nine years of his life in jail for murder. He never even tried to plead guilty or get out of it, believing that, even though the events were accidental, he should suffer all the same for what he has done.
Lucian has always been, at his heart, a kind person, but cursed with a bad temper. Frequently, in school, the targets of his aggression were bullies. He never could stand how they picked on those weaker than them, and he always sought to teach them a lesson using the only thing they could really understand. Violence.
Though he did try to keep it under control, it was always an uphill battle, and one he frequently lost. This would ultimately lead to his imprisonment.
One day, in school, he was witness to a jock harassing a girl who was refusing his advances. He just couldn't take no for an answer, and even got aggressive. Lucian tried to control his temper, but when he saw the jock physically grab her, and heard her scream for him to stop... it set him off. He pulled the jock away, and ended up smashing his fist into his face, and pushing him.
Unfortunately, he used too much force, and pushed in the wrong direction. The jock did go flying... right down a flight of stairs. Wether it was the sheer force of the blow, or simply hitting all those stairs, somehow, someway, that jocks neck was broken.
He didn't want it to happen... How could this have happened? How could things have gotten this badly out of his control?
Despite circumstances, the case was treated as a murder. Feeling too guilty to try and fight it, he simply plead guilty right off the bat.
He's been quietly serving his time, and trying to control himself. Most prisoners are willing to leave him alone, since the one or two fights he's been in has resulted in the other person being beaten to within an inch of their life. Nobody's willing to bother him anymore, and he never bothers anyone else, either.