|Occupation||Prefect of the Sapphire Owl dormitory |
Student at Weston College
|Base of Operations||Weston College; London|
|Relatives||3 older and 4 younger unnamed sisters|
|Manga Debut||Volume 14, Chapter 67|
Lawrence is a bespectacled young man with blue eyes and short, straight grey-blue hair. His bangs are aligned to the right side.
Lawrence is a serious and dedicated individual, distinguished in his excellence in the academics. His strength lies in making minute calculations and creating detailed schemes. He often enforces regulations and propriety, and reprimands students who do not conform by his standards, as signified when he recites the rule of not crossing the lawn to Ciel Phantomhive, and when he admonishes Edgar Redmond for referring to him by his first name. Furthermore, Lawrence is a supporter of the concept that tradition is absolute.
Public School ArcEdit
Lawrence, along with the other prefects, go to Ciel Phantomhive, when they catch him stepping on the lawn, a punishable act. He informs Ciel about the rule about staying off of the grass and tells him to study the rules.
Later, Lawrence is present at the principal's office, along with the vice principal and the other prefects. To Ciel, he stresses how important and unconditional the principal's decisions are. During Johan Agares' welcome speech, Lawrence supports the notion that tradition is absolute in the school. He reminds Ciel that the prestigious Weston College is protected by custom and discipline, thus he is obliged to obey the rules. Subsequently, Lawrence informs Ciel that the principal is extremely busy, therefore regular students cannot meet with him; the only ones that are permitted to have meetings with the principal are the prefects.
At the Swan Gazebo, Lawrence and the other prefects access Ciel's lcapability. Edgar Redmond casually refers to Lawrence by his first name, and the latter admonishes him, saying that it is against the rules to do as such. He then voices his surprise when he hears that Ciel has, previously, trespassed into the Violet Wolf dormitory. The prefects come to an unanimous decision to invite Ciel to the Swan Gazebo the following day at 2 PM, and Maurice Cole sets out to deliver the message. However, Ciel arrives two hours later than the scheduled time the next day, and Lawrence is angered.
Later, Lawrence and Gregory Violet burst into the third art room, when they hear Maurice Cole's voice as he is about to commit an immoral act to Ciel. After Maurice is suppressed, they, Edward Midford and Herman Greenhill commend Ciel and his bravery for exposing Maurice and his treacheries to the light.
- (Referring to Ciel Phantomhive) "In the six years since I have been a student, Blue House has never known any position but last in the tournament. For some reason, this became natural to us bookworms at Blue House. But there was one student who thought differently. Even though he was smaller and weaker than everyone else, he only thought of winning. And to attain this goal, he kept making an effort. When was it exactly? That I started getting used to losing. As long as I excelled in studying . . . it would be fine losing in everything else. But that was a lie. I want to win. As the Blue House prefect, at my last tournament at this school. What I could do was make minute calculations and create detailed schemes. And keep training, so as not to lose to him. That . . . was all it took."
- Lawrence is left-handed.
- Like all members of P4, his surname, Bluer, is derived from a type of color.
|The principal • Johan Agares • Mr. Michaelis|
|Edgar Redmond • Gregory Violet • Herman Greenhill • Lawrence Bluer|
|Cheslock • Clayton • Edward Midford • Joanne Harcourt • Maurice Cole|
|Ciel Phantomhive • Derek Arden • McMillan • Prince Soma|