Lucy’s Code of Conduct:
1. Takes the concept of “Eye for an Eye” a little too seriously. Has the firm belief that every negative action has an equal karmic reaction and sometimes you need to be the force of karma.
2. Will do ANYTHING for those she considers family. There is no line she will not cross.
3. Her petty crimes should only be committed on those who deserve it (mean or abusive people, etc).
4. Each crime needs a redemption. (I.E: for each theft she commits, something should be given, even if it is giving a sandwich to a homeless person or volunteering time in a soup kitchen.) She can go guilt-free for up to two weeks after each crime before it starts to eat at her. The more severe the crime, the more involved the redemption.
5. Signs of the divine exist and should be heeded. Sometimes God calls you to right a wrong, or to bring a light to the darkness, and sometimes, to act as His avenging angel. Angels never were all sunshine.
6. One should live simply, only taking what they need and keeping what they cannot live without.
Contents of Lucy’s Backpack
- Hunting knife w/thigh sheath
- Old miner’s compass
- Family Bible (Large leather bound Bible with a stylized family tree inside the front cover going back seven generations. The Bible is worn with notations in the corners and margins of the page with a multitude of ribbons, prayer cards, the hostel brochure, and scraps of paper marking pages)
- Rosewood box w/cross on it (Filled with misc religious paraphernalia collected on the road)
- Mini mag flashlight
- Personal First Aid kit (half dozen bandaids, some alchohol swaps, q-tips, neosporin, small advil bottle, gauze strip, medical tape, ace bandage)
- Lockpick kit
- Stamps (Postcard stamps 1/2 used book)
- Deck of cards
- Hostel brochure
- Road maps with extensive personal notations
- Dice rosary
- 2 magazines for an AK47