Kuto was born in Mexico and his life has always been filled with melancholy. His parents died when he was very young and he was raised by his grandparents. Kuto has always been a bit of an outsider and never really fit in anywhere. He’s always had a balding head, which makes him self-conscious, and his hair color is dark grey. He usually shaves his face to try and make himself look more presentable. Kuto wears a black bomber jacket that he’s had for years. It’s one of the only things that reminds him of his parents.

Kuto has always been fascinated by folklore and mythology. When he was younger, he would spend hours listening to his grandfather tell stories about the gods and heroes of Mexican mythology. Even though Kuto knows that these stories are just myths, they still fill him with a sense of wonderment. He can’t help but feel like there must be some truth to them somewhere.

One day, Kuto came across an old book in his grandfather’s library that told the story of Quetzalcoatl, the feathered serpent god of Mexican mythology . As Kuto read about Quetzalcoatl’s battles against evil monsters , he couldn’t help but feel inspired by the god’s courage . Despite being surrounded by so much darkness in his own life, Kuto held on to hope that maybe one day he could be like Quetzalcoatl and find the strength to fight back against all odds .