Lucullus Wood
Fictional Character
Southern Victory
POD: September 10, 1862
Appearance(s): American Front
Blood and Iron;
The Victorious Opposition;
Return Engagement;
Drive to the East
Type of Appearance: Direct
Nationality: Confederate States
United States (1916-1941)
Date of Birth: Late 19th century
Date of Death: c. 1943
Cause of Death: Killed in in Population Reduction, precise manner unknown (Second Great War)
Occupation: Restaurauteur, Cook, Spy, Revolutionary
Parents: Apicius Wood
Relatives: Felix Wood (brother)
Professional Affiliations: The Kentucky Smoke House
Political Party: Socialist underground

Lucullus Wood was the son of Apicius Wood. He succeeded his father as proprietor of The Kentucky Smoke House in Covington, Kentucky as well as leader of the black socialists' resistance movement against the Confederate during the Second Great War. He was badly unnerved by the Population Reduction.

When Cincinnatus Driver passed through Covington after the Second Great War, he was informed by Luther Bliss that Lucullus Wood had long ago vanished, most likely killed in the Population Reduction.