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Interview with Lucan of Seacourt
Taken from the Fictitious Musings blog during the Immortal Surrender Blog Tour.
Name: Lucan of Seacourt
Profession: Templar Knight
Age: Over 8 centuries old
Hair: wasit-length ebony
Eyes: Storm Grey
Lucan: Aye, at times it did. He was harsher than necessary. I do understand the cause of his behavior, but ‘twas unfair to expect her to understand when she knew nothing..
Lucan: He has not dishonored Noelle, though at times it seemed he would. Farran is most content, and his heart is light. I am indeed satisfied.
Lucan: As with all of us, the more darkness our souls absorb through the creatures we are bound to kill, what plagues us most becomes more troublesome. Aye, ‘tis ever present, milady. It shall not improve unless I am seen fit to be paired as well.
Lucan: ‘Twas plain Farran posed the greatest threat. That he could not see the logic therein, near put us in combat with one another. She is a seraph. She was unoathed. ‘Twas foolish to take such risks.
Lucan: Stronger hope? I cannot say hope is the right emotion. Do I wish to be saved? Indeed, most certainly I do. I have not spent 8 centuries fighting only to lose my soul unto Azazel. But ‘tis not hope. I do not sit and wish for what has not been given to me, which is how I associate ‘hope’. Longing? Mayhap, if for no other reason than to escape this curse.
Lucan: Aye, I would say most. In America at least. We are the eldest generations, those who have been battling the longest. Our souls are in poorer condition than the men who reside with Raphael in Europe. Most tire of the plague upon our persons. Most wish for salvation. But few dwell on the matter, and those who might do not make their thoughts known.
Lucan: (He laughs.) Pray that my pairing is not as difficult as Farran or Merrick’s.
Lucan: Milady, not that I am aware of.
Lucan: Iain Donnelly has long been a respected member of the Order. ‘Tis shameful what he must endure now. He still recovers from the wounds he suffered. If he can recover from his eternal condemnation, he would be a stronger man than I.
Lucan: (He stands, bows over my hand, and brushes a kiss to my knuckles.) And you as well, milady. Until we meet again.
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