Resident Evil 7 has been out for almost two years now, and while it's a great game, many players have wondered about the story behind its main antagonist. The game's protagonist, Ethan Winters, returns to his Louisiana home after receiving an email from his wife Mia. Once he arrives at their house, however, he finds that she is missing and that everything has gone horribly wrong—including finding out that Lucas Baker (also known as Jack Baker) is her brother-in-law and also happens to be the person behind all of this chaos! So what happened to Lucas? How did he go from being a sweet little boy with no known history of violent behavior into a sadistic psychopath who tortures his victims with power tools? Read on below to find out:
Lucas Baker is the main antagonist of Resident Evil 7. He's also more than that.
In fact, he's tied to a family that used to own the plantation where much of your time will be spent during your playthrough of Resident Evil 7: Biohazard. That's right--you'll grow very familiar with Lucas and his family through documents scattered throughout the game world, but you won't see them in person until the very end when everything comes together.
In the game, you find out that Lucas Baker is tied to a family that lived on the plantation for generations. They were known for their violent tendencies and strange rituals. The Bakers were eventually run out of town by the locals and moved to a nearby house, but they still owned the land where much of Resident Evil 7 takes place.
In real life, it turns out that there really was a plantation owned by someone named "Baker" in Louisiana (at least until recently). According to local legend, this particular property has been haunted since its construction over 200 years ago--and it's rumored to be cursed by Native American spirits!
In the early 20th century, a family of farmers moved from the north to Louisiana. Their names were Lucas and Deborah Baker, and they had two children: Jack and Marguerite.
The Bakers were a simple family who worked hard on their land; Deborah was known for her beautiful singing voice, which she used to help comfort her husband when he was sick or feeling down about something. But all was not well with this idyllic existence--the Bakers were slaves once upon a time! They were freed by their owners after years of hard labor in exchange for their freedom; however, they didn't want to leave their home behind so they stayed put in Louisiana instead of moving north like most freed slaves did at that time period (you know what I mean).
In fact, most people weren't even aware that Lucas had been owned by someone else before becoming an independent farmer himself; luckily he kept it secret because if anyone found out then they would've tried harder than ever before at taking away his land which meant losing everything he'd worked so hard towards achieving over decades worth time spent cultivating crops like cornfields throughout southern states such as Mississippi where we find ourselves today...
You may have noticed that Lucas' real name is Chris, but it has been changed in the game. The reason for this is simple: the developers wanted to give him a new identity.
After all, he was abandoned by his parents when he was young and then found by a woman who took care of him. She named him Lucas after the saint who was martyred by being beheaded.
This change makes sense because it helps us understand why Lucas would go on such a violent rampage against his captors at the end of Resident Evil 7: He doesn't know who they are or what they did to him--he just knows that they're evil people who deserve death!
When he was 15 years old, Lucas killed his entire family and other people who lived in their house with a knife. He also killed his own mother and father, grandparents and even two dogs. The reason why he did this was because they were infected by the Mold virus as well as him being infected as well.
After his attack, he took refuge in a nearby abandoned home until help came. He was found by the police and taken to a mental hospital where he was given medication to prevent him from murdering again. He was placed in solitary confinement for his own safety until his trial could be arranged.
In order for Lucas to prevent himself from murdering again, the state gave him medication for schizophrenia and placed him into solitary confinement at a mental hospital for many years following his attack on his family.
The medication helped to prevent him from murdering again. The medication was given by the state.
You may be wondering what happened to Lucas after he was taken away by police officers after his attack on his family. Well, the state gave him medication for schizophrenia and placed him into solitary confinement at a mental hospital for many years following this incident. They believed that this would prevent him from murdering again, but sadly it didn't work out that way because he eventually escaped from prison and murdered another person before being captured again. After this second escape attempt failed too, they finally decided to lock Lucas up forever in an asylum where there were no other patients around who could pose any threat towards him anymore!