Kuto’s life was filled with fear. He was born in the Virgin Islands and grew up in a family that didn’t have much money. His father worked long hours as a fisherman to try to make ends meet, but it was never enough. Kuto always felt like he had to be on his guard, because if he let his guard down even for a moment, something bad would happen.

As Kuto got older, he realized that the world was not a safe place for someone like him. There were people out there who would take advantage of him because of his skin color or because he came from a poor family. He knew that he had to be careful about who he trusted and how much information he shared with them.

One day when Kuto was out fishing with his father, they were attacked by pirates who stole their boat and all of their belongings. Kuto’s father was killed in the attack, and Kuto barely escaped with his life. This experience made him even more paranoid and fearful of the world around him.

Nowadays, Kuto still lives in fear; however, he has learned to cope with it by keeping to himself and staying aware of his surroundings at all times. He doesn’t let anyone get too close to him emotionally or physically; instead preferring to keep them at arm’s length so that they can’t hurt him again like those pirates did all those years ago