Lucas is Alise's new friend who appears the 6th Swan Princess movie "The Swan Princess: Princess Tomorrow, Pirate Today".

In the movie The Swan Princess Princess Tomorrow, Pirate Today, Lucas runs away from his family because they wanted their son to go to an orphanage because his parents are so poor and he thought that his parents didn't love him anymore. He built a little raft with wood and landed on a mysterious island inhabited by carnivorous creatures called Boggs.

He often tries to get some food and tricks the Boggs by imitating some animals noises such as like a sheep noise to make them believe that there's some meat. When Alise, Lord Rogers, Speed and Jean-Bob are shipwrecked he helps her to escape the island and rescue Lord Rogers and Jean-Bob from the hungry Boggs. As Puffin and the Scullions help them to escape from the Island by defeating the Boggs they return home. But Lucas being Stubborn doesn't want to go back to his family and Alise runs after him. At that same time, their folks are looking for them and meet up with each other. Their parents talk and Lucas reunites with his family and so does Alise running to her parents arms and Scully happy to help them disappears and all 6 looking at the North star in gratitude.


  • Lucas and Alise understand hand signs while they are mute.
  • He has the resemblance of his mother
  • He is similar to Prince Eric from The Little Mermaid.


As a Poor boy he wears a white t-shirt and brown pants. He's barefoot. He doesn't have any shoes and always has dirty feet and legs. Every clothes that he wears seemed to be rips.


"Just Stay Close And Do Exactly As I Do"

"More Like Raft-Wrecked"

"Boggs, very Dangerous and Very hungry"

"Wait .... You're A Princess?"

"Mom, Father?

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