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| Image = Rayshaun Lucas (Earth-TRN684) from Marvel Rising.jpg
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| Image = Rayshaun Lucas (Earth-TRN684).png
| RealName = [[Rayshaun Lucas|Shaun Lucas]]
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| RealName = [[Rayshaun Lucas|Rayshaun "Shaun" Lucas]]
 
| CurrentAlias = [[Patriot]]
 
| CurrentAlias = [[Patriot]]
| Aliases = Captain America's Sidekick, Cap Junior, Mr. Lucas
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| Aliases =
 
| Identity = Public
 
| Identity = Public
 
| Affiliation = {{m|Secret Warriors}}; formerly {{m|Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division (Earth-TRN684)|S.H.I.E.L.D.}}
 
| Affiliation = {{m|Secret Warriors}}; formerly {{m|Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division (Earth-TRN684)|S.H.I.E.L.D.}}
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| First = Marvel Rising: Initiation Season 1 1
 
| First = Marvel Rising: Initiation Season 1 1
   
| Quotation = Why would you ever want to hide those amazing powers? Seriously, [[Daisy Johnson (Earth-TRN684)|Daisy]], look at how hard I had to train to get even close to your level. Don't be ashamed of who you are.
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| Quotation = I was alone for a long time too, but letting people in, even if they aren't perfect-- it's made me better. Do you need to be alone, or have you just been alone so long you're used to it?
 
| Speaker = [[Rayshaun Lucas (Earth-TRN684)|Shaun Lucas]]
 
| Speaker = [[Rayshaun Lucas (Earth-TRN684)|Shaun Lucas]]
| QuoteSource = Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors
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| QuoteSource = Marvel Rising: Chasing Ghosts
   
 
| HistoryText = Rayshaun Lucas was recruited by [[Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division (Earth-TRN684)|S.H.I.E.L.D.]], where he was trained by [[Steven Rogers (Earth-TRN684)|Captain America]].<ref>[[Marvel Rising: Initiation Season 1 1|Ghost Hunter]]</ref>
 
| HistoryText = Rayshaun Lucas was recruited by [[Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division (Earth-TRN684)|S.H.I.E.L.D.]], where he was trained by [[Steven Rogers (Earth-TRN684)|Captain America]].<ref>[[Marvel Rising: Initiation Season 1 1|Ghost Hunter]]</ref>
   
| Personality = Patriot is very by the book, and always means serious business.{{Citation}} According to [[Doreen Green (Earth-TRN684)|Squirrel Girl]], he can be a little uptight but also really loyal to his teammates, and [[Kamala Khan (Earth-TRN684)|Ms. Marvel]] describes him as hard-working.{{Citation}} He never backs down from a chance to stand up for the right thing and always defends the little guy.{{Citation}}
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| Personality = {{Quote|Why would you ever want to hide those amazing powers? Seriously, Daisy, look at how hard I had to train to get even close to your level. Don't be ashamed of who you are.|[[Rayshaun Lucas (Earth-TRN684)|Shaun Lucas]]|Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors}}
 
 
Patriot takes pride in the fact that he was trained by Captain America and that he does not require superpowers to fight. He was visibly angered when Squirrel Girl asked if he even had powers.{{r|Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors}}
 
Patriot takes pride in the fact that he was trained by Captain America and that he does not require superpowers to fight. He was visibly angered when Squirrel Girl asked if he even had powers.{{r|Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors}}
   
 
Patriot struggles with being taken seriously, and hence felt betrayed when [[Daisy Johnson (Earth-TRN684)|Quake]] searched for [[Dante Pertuz (Earth-TRN684)|Inferno]] without authorization. He is also borderline insulted by Squirrel Girl's unprofessional methods, even viewing them as "ridiculous."{{r|Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors}}
 
Patriot struggles with being taken seriously, and hence felt betrayed when [[Daisy Johnson (Earth-TRN684)|Quake]] searched for [[Dante Pertuz (Earth-TRN684)|Inferno]] without authorization. He is also borderline insulted by Squirrel Girl's unprofessional methods, even viewing them as "ridiculous."{{r|Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors}}
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Patriot has a mentality of being professional and working hard or failing, but he later learned from Squirrel Girl and Quake to go with the flow when the situation required it.{{r|Marvel Rising: Chasing Ghosts}} He also doesn't believe people should be ashamed of who they are, as he stated to Quake.{{r|Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors}}
   
 
| Powers =
 
| Powers =
 
| Abilities =
 
| Abilities =
*'''Indomitable Will:''' Patriot actually doesn't have any powers, but it doesn't stop him from doing his job. He's very capable and was trained by [[Steven Rogers (Earth-TRN684)|Captain America]] to build his strength, speed, and agility. He goes above and beyond to make sure he's on the same level as people with powers and abilities. He never gives up; he's always persevering and stops at nothing to get things done. [[Gwendolyn Stacy (Earth-TRN684)|Ghost-Spider]] describes Patriot as "tenacious."<ref>[[Marvel Rising: Initiation Season 1 6|The Secrets We Keep]]</ref>
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*'''''Peak Human Condition:''''' Patriot believes training is about pushing himself to the peak of perfection.{{r|Marvel Rising Ultimate Comic: Patriot}} He actually doesn't have any powers, but it doesn't stop him from doing his job. He's very capable and was trained by [[Steven Rogers (Earth-TRN684)|Captain America]] to build his strength, speed, and agility. He goes above and beyond to make sure he's on the same level as people with powers and abilities with. He intensely trained to get close to [[Daisy Johnson (Earth-TRN684)|Quake]]'s level, despite her Inhuman status.{{r|Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors}}
*'''Skilled Combatant:''' Captain America taught him multiple combat and hand-to-hand combat skills allowing him to hold his own against Ghost-Spider in combat.<ref>[[Marvel Rising: Initiation Season 1 2|Floor Toms and Spider Webs]]</ref> He skillfully applied his multi-tool shield in combat, as seen when he, [[Daisy Johnson (Earth-TRN684)|Quake]], [[Doreen Green (Earth-TRN684)|Squirrel Girl]], and [[America Chavez (Earth-TRN684)|Ms. America]] stole a [[Quinjet]] from the [[Triskelion]], and also used its sharp edges, seen when he battled [[Victor Kohl (Earth-TRN684)|Exile]].{{r|Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors}}
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[[File:PatriotCombat.png|thumb|250px|Patriot fighting simulated Hydra bots]]
*'''Skilled Marksman:''' Patriot was able to accurately throw his shield to slice through Ghost-Spider's webbing during their first encounter. He was even able to launch a [[Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division (Earth-TRN684)|S.H.I.E.L.D.]] identification card into an elevator slot with pinpoint accuracy.{{Citation}}
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*'''Skilled Combatant:''' Captain America taught him multiple combat and hand-to-hand combat skills allowing him to hold his own against Ghost-Spider in combat.<ref>[[Marvel Rising: Initiation Season 1 2|Floor Toms and Spider Webs]]</ref> He skillfully applied his multi-tool shield in combat, as seen when he, [[Daisy Johnson (Earth-TRN684)|Quake]], [[Doreen Green (Earth-TRN684)|Squirrel Girl]], and [[America Chavez (Earth-TRN684)|Ms. America]] stole a [[Quinjet]] from the [[Triskelion]], and also used its sharp edges, seen when he battled [[Victor Kohl (Earth-TRN684)|Exile]].{{r|Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors}} He watches Captain America's Taekwondo videos when he isn't training or on a mission.{{r|Marvel Rising: Chasing Ghosts}} He can also pilot his shield to smash through simulated [[Hydra]] androids or collide with them with the bottom of his shield.{{r|Marvel Rising Ultimate Comic: Patriot}}
*'''Skilled Acrobat:''' Patriot was able to quickly and acrobatically run up the side of a building to grab onto Ghost-Spider, and even stop himself from falling off the edge of a building with one hand.{{Citation}} When riding on his shield transformed into a hover board, he can skillfully maneuver himself to dodge attacks from S.H.I.E.L.D. weaponry.{{Citation}}
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*'''Skilled Marksman:''' Patriot was able to accurately throw his shield to slice through Ghost-Spider's webbing during their first encounter.{{r|Marvel Rising: Initiation Season 1 2}} He was even able to launch a [[Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division (Earth-TRN684)|S.H.I.E.L.D.]] identification card into an elevator slot with pinpoint accuracy.{{r|Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors}} He also used his shield to precisely deflect bullets back at simulated [[Hydra]] androids, and shot energy blasts from his shield at [[Bulldozer]]'s feet, causing him to fall.{{r|Marvel Rising Ultimate Comic: Patriot}}
*'''Skilled Tactician:''' Patriot knew the proper emergency procedure to deal with an exploded gas line. With the help of Squirrel Girl and America Chavez, he successfully liberated Quake from S.H.I.E.L.D. headquarters captivity.{{r|Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors}}
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*'''Skilled Acrobat:''' Patriot was able to quickly and acrobatically run up the side of a building to grab onto Ghost-Spider, and even stop himself from falling off the edge of a building with one hand.{{r|Marvel Rising: Initiation Season 1 2}} When riding on his shield transformed into a hover board, he can skillfully maneuver himself to dodge attacks from S.H.I.E.L.D. weaponry.{{r|Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors}} He performed a no-handed backflip against a wall and launched himself forward, twisting his body in the process.{{r|Marvel Rising: Chasing Ghosts}} He also deftly rolled out of the way from incoming collateral damage thrown by [[Piledriver]], and later backhandsprung away from him and [[Wrecker]], ending with a backflip over [[Bulldozer]].{{r|Marvel Rising Ultimate Comic: Patriot}}
*'''Skilled Leader:''' According to Ms. Marvel, he's definitely following in Captain America's footsteps, since he's "an unceasing defender of truth, honor and justice." Squirrel Girl also thinks Patriot might make "a pretty good" mentor, and [[Kamala Khan (Earth-TRN684)|Ms. Marvel]] states that he trains really intensely and is a great leader.{{Citation}}
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*'''Skilled Tactician:''' Patriot is versed in S.H.I.E.L.D.-approved tactics; he knew the proper emergency procedure to deal with an exploded gas line. With the help of Squirrel Girl and America Chavez, he successfully liberated Quake from S.H.I.E.L.D. headquarters captivity.{{r|Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors}} He can coordinate attacks with his team, such as the "Million-Fisted Hurricane," which combines the abilities of all his teammates. According to Squirrel girl, he tries to plan for everything.{{r|Marvel Rising: Chasing Ghosts}} [[Clinton Barton (Earth-TRN684)|Hawkeye]] depended on him to devise a plan after the Wrecking Crew breached their headquarters, and he quickly thought to use the headquarters' training robots to distract them, earning praise from both Hawkeye and [[Blur (Earth-TRN684)|Blur]].{{r|Marvel Rising Ultimate Comic: Patriot}}
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*'''Skilled Leader:''' Patriot firmly believes that teamwork is always the downfall of the villain,{{r|Marvel Rising: Initiation Season 1 6}} though his lone wolf and literal by-the-book mentality can hinder progress as he acts alone during a training simulation with Blur.{{r|Marvel Rising Ultimate Comic: Patriot}} According to Ms. Marvel, he's definitely following in Captain America's footsteps, since he's "an unceasing defender of truth, honor and justice." Squirrel Girl also thinks Patriot might make "a pretty good" mentor, and [[Kamala Khan (Earth-TRN684)|Ms. Marvel]] states that he trains really intensely and is a great leader.{{r|Kamala Khanfidential}} Squirrel Girl credited him for motivating the team to stopping Exile and Sheath.{{r|Marvel Rising: Chasing Ghosts}}
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*'''Indomitable Will:''' Patriot never gives up; he's always persevering and stops at nothing to get things done. [[Gwendolyn Stacy (Earth-TRN684)|Ghost-Spider]] describes Patriot as "tenacious."<ref>[[Marvel Rising: Initiation Season 1 6|The Secrets We Keep]]</ref> He is also very confident in his abilities, despite [[Clinton Barton (Earth-TRN684)|Hawkeye]] reminding him that "there is no "I" in team," he retorts with that there are two in "incredible."{{r|Marvel Rising Ultimate Comic: Patriot}}
   
| Strength = Rayshaun was strong enough to bust down the door to a burning apartment, and survived falling debris crashing down on him during the battle with Exile.{{r|Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors}}
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| Strength = Rayshaun was strong enough to bust down the door to a burning apartment, and survived falling debris crashing down on him during the battle with Exile.{{r|Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors}} He could also pull apart [[Gwendolyn Stacy (Earth-TRN684)|Ghost-Spider]]'s webbing when she trapped him. in it.{{r|Marvel Rising: Initiation Season 1 2}}
| Weaknesses =
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| Weaknesses = Rayshaun is allergic to nuts.{{r|Marvel Rising: Chasing Ghosts}}
   
| Equipment = Patriot's shield is a multi-tool, given to him by S.H.I.E.L.D.,{{Citation}} which is a shield first, and glider/hover board second, that can also shoot projectiles and energy blasts.{{r|Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors}}
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| Equipment = Patriot's shield is a multi-tool, given to him by S.H.I.E.L.D., which is a shield first, and glider/hover board second, that can also shoot projectiles and energy blasts.{{r|Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors}}
   
Patriot also carries a pair of handcuffs.{{Citation}} His phone is able to project holograms.{{Citation}}
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Patriot also carries a pair of handcuffs.{{r|Marvel Rising: Initiation Season 1 2}} His phone is able to project holograms.{{r|Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors}}
 
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| Transportation =
 
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| Trivia = * According to Squirrel Girl, there is a rumor that Patriot "smells like freedom."{{r|Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors}}
 
| Trivia = * According to Squirrel Girl, there is a rumor that Patriot "smells like freedom."{{r|Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors}}
 
* Patriot hates teleporters.{{r|Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors}}
 
* Patriot hates teleporters.{{r|Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors}}
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*Patriot's motto is "justice doesn't take a day off."{{r|Marvel Rising: Chasing Ghosts}}
 
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Quote1 I was alone for a long time too, but letting people in, even if they aren't perfect-- it's made me better. Do you need to be alone, or have you just been alone so long you're used to it? Quote2
-- Shaun Lucas src
 

Rayshaun Lucas was recruited by S.H.I.E.L.D., where he was trained by Captain America.[1]

Quote1 Why would you ever want to hide those amazing powers? Seriously, Daisy, look at how hard I had to train to get even close to your level. Don't be ashamed of who you are. Quote2
--Shaun Lucas[src]

Patriot takes pride in the fact that he was trained by Captain America and that he does not require superpowers to fight. He was visibly angered when Squirrel Girl asked if he even had powers.[2]

Patriot struggles with being taken seriously, and hence felt betrayed when Quake searched for Inferno without authorization. He is also borderline insulted by Squirrel Girl's unprofessional methods, even viewing them as "ridiculous."[2]

Patriot has a mentality of being professional and working hard or failing, but he later learned from Squirrel Girl and Quake to go with the flow when the situation required it.[3] He also doesn't believe people should be ashamed of who they are, as he stated to Quake.[2]

Abilities

  • Peak Human Condition: Patriot believes training is about pushing himself to the peak of perfection.[4] He actually doesn't have any powers, but it doesn't stop him from doing his job. He's very capable and was trained by Captain America to build his strength, speed, and agility. He goes above and beyond to make sure he's on the same level as people with powers and abilities with. He intensely trained to get close to Quake's level, despite her Inhuman status.[2]
PatriotCombat

Patriot fighting simulated Hydra bots

  • Skilled Combatant: Captain America taught him multiple combat and hand-to-hand combat skills allowing him to hold his own against Ghost-Spider in combat.[5] He skillfully applied his multi-tool shield in combat, as seen when he, Quake, Squirrel Girl, and Ms. America stole a Quinjet from the Triskelion, and also used its sharp edges, seen when he battled Exile.[2] He watches Captain America's Taekwondo videos when he isn't training or on a mission.[3] He can also pilot his shield to smash through simulated Hydra androids or collide with them with the bottom of his shield.[4]
  • Skilled Marksman: Patriot was able to accurately throw his shield to slice through Ghost-Spider's webbing during their first encounter.[6] He was even able to launch a S.H.I.E.L.D. identification card into an elevator slot with pinpoint accuracy.[2] He also used his shield to precisely deflect bullets back at simulated Hydra androids, and shot energy blasts from his shield at Bulldozer's feet, causing him to fall.[4]
  • Skilled Acrobat: Patriot was able to quickly and acrobatically run up the side of a building to grab onto Ghost-Spider, and even stop himself from falling off the edge of a building with one hand.[6] When riding on his shield transformed into a hover board, he can skillfully maneuver himself to dodge attacks from S.H.I.E.L.D. weaponry.[2] He performed a no-handed backflip against a wall and launched himself forward, twisting his body in the process.[3] He also deftly rolled out of the way from incoming collateral damage thrown by Piledriver, and later backhandsprung away from him and Wrecker, ending with a backflip over Bulldozer.[4]
  • Skilled Tactician: Patriot is versed in S.H.I.E.L.D.-approved tactics; he knew the proper emergency procedure to deal with an exploded gas line. With the help of Squirrel Girl and America Chavez, he successfully liberated Quake from S.H.I.E.L.D. headquarters captivity.[2] He can coordinate attacks with his team, such as the "Million-Fisted Hurricane," which combines the abilities of all his teammates. According to Squirrel girl, he tries to plan for everything.[3] Hawkeye depended on him to devise a plan after the Wrecking Crew breached their headquarters, and he quickly thought to use the headquarters' training robots to distract them, earning praise from both Hawkeye and Blur.[4]
  • Skilled Leader: Patriot firmly believes that teamwork is always the downfall of the villain,[7] though his lone wolf and literal by-the-book mentality can hinder progress as he acts alone during a training simulation with Blur.[4] According to Ms. Marvel, he's definitely following in Captain America's footsteps, since he's "an unceasing defender of truth, honor and justice." Squirrel Girl also thinks Patriot might make "a pretty good" mentor, and Ms. Marvel states that he trains really intensely and is a great leader.[8] Squirrel Girl credited him for motivating the team to stopping Exile and Sheath.[3]
  • Indomitable Will: Patriot never gives up; he's always persevering and stops at nothing to get things done. Ghost-Spider describes Patriot as "tenacious."[9] He is also very confident in his abilities, despite Hawkeye reminding him that "there is no "I" in team," he retorts with that there are two in "incredible."[4]

Strength level

Rayshaun was strong enough to bust down the door to a burning apartment, and survived falling debris crashing down on him during the battle with Exile.[2] He could also pull apart Ghost-Spider's webbing when she trapped him. in it.[6]

Weaknesses

Rayshaun is allergic to nuts.[3]


Equipment

Patriot's shield is a multi-tool, given to him by S.H.I.E.L.D., which is a shield first, and glider/hover board second, that can also shoot projectiles and energy blasts.[2]

Patriot also carries a pair of handcuffs.[6] His phone is able to project holograms.[2]

  • According to Squirrel Girl, there is a rumor that Patriot "smells like freedom."[2]
  • Patriot hates teleporters.[2]
  • Patriot's motto is "justice doesn't take a day off."[3]

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