Lucas Browning

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Lucas Browning
Biographical information


c. 2524[1]

Personal details





Political and military information


UNSC Marine Corps

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Lucas Browning is a combat medic in the UNSC Marine Corps.


Early life[edit]

Lucas Browning was born circa 2524 and grew up in a household of nurses and caregivers. Eventually, Browning became a combat medic in the United Nations Space Command Marine Corps.[1]

Battle for Zeta Halo[edit]

Main article: Battle for Zeta Halo

On December 12, 2559, Browning was aboard the UNSC Infinity when it was ambushed by Banished forces upon its arrival at Installation 07. As the Infinity fell to the Banished assault, Browning and his squad evacuated on a lifeboat. Upon landing on the surface of the ring, the occupants of Browning's lifeboat were to be rescued by Spartan-IV Tomas Horvath, but the Spartan never appeared following the explosion on the ring. Eventually, the squad was joined by Spartan-IVs Bonita Stone and Nina Kovan, and together they travelled to the UNSC stronghold at the wreckage of the UNSC Mortal Reverie.[1]

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Later on in the conflict, Browning was captured by the Banished as a prisoner of war. At some point following the fall of the UNSC stronghold at the Reverie on February 2, 2560,[4] the Banished unearthed a Forerunner cylix underneath the wreckage, which had been converted into a Banished outpost.[5] Under the supervision of War Chief Escharum, Browning was forced by Banished soldiers to interface with the cylix,[6] releasing the Xalanyn known as "The Harbinger" from stasis.[7] Browning was then taken to Chak 'Lok's Tower for interrogation,[8] and following his time at the Tower, he was taken to the Harbinger.[9] The Harbinger spoke to Browning, leaving him in a hysterical state.[10]

Personality and traits[edit]

Having grown up in a household of nurses and caregivers, Lucas Browning learned that a little attention and comfort could ease the suffering around him—this belief inspired him to become a medic. During the Battle for Zeta Halo, Browning experienced imposter syndrome and had feelings of self-doubt due to his young age and inexperience.[1]

List of appearances[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d Halo: The Rubicon Protocol, chapter 8
  2. ^ Halo Infinite, UNSC Audio log: The Prisoner #01 - Not My Fault
  3. ^ Halo Infinite, UNSC Audio log: The Prisoner #07 - 42410-02214-LB
  4. ^ Halo Infinite, Spartan Audio log: Retaliation #08 - The Retreat
  5. ^ Halo Infinite, Banished Audio log: Outpost Intel #15 - In Your Honor
  6. ^ Halo Infinite, UNSC Audio log: The Prisoner #02 - What was Inside
  7. ^ Halo Infinite, UNSC Audio log: The Prisoner #03 - She was Smiling
  8. ^ Halo Infinite, UNSC Audio log: The Prisoner #04 - Easy to Break
  9. ^ Halo Infinite, UNSC Audio log: The Prisoner #05 - Barely Anything Left
  10. ^ Halo Infinite, UNSC Audio log: The Prisoner #06 - Price Paid