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Long ago, a boy was born in a small village. This boy was Casino Grayleaf, and the village elder believed that Casino was destined to become the long-awaited hero of prophecy. In the middle of the village stood an ancient statue, made in the image of this legendary hero. Casino quite often saw the statue of the great hero, of the person he was meant to become, of the person the village elder and all of the people of the village expected him to become. He knew that when he came of age, he would be given a wish star by the village elder and expected to wish to become that hero.
But that was not the person Casino wanted to be, not at all. Casino did not mind the idea of being a hero, of being able to protect those he cares about and keep the peace, but Casino still did not want to fulfill the prophecy. He didn't want to be a warrior. He didn't want to be masculine. In fact, he didn't want to be a man at all. Casino wanted to be a woman, and hated everything about the hero of prophecy with every fiber of his being. He believed that he could still be a hero, just not the hero that the village wanted him to be.
Casino was troubled, torn between selflessly obeying the will of the village, or betraying all of them and choosing a more selfish path, one that would see him failing to become the hero of prophecy and possibly dooming his village and the world itself.