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The great-grandfather of Casino and Mint Grayleaf. In a village where magic was distrusted, the curious Reno was an outcast in his own village, tolerated only because of his bloodline as a Grayleaf. Quiet and reserved, he spent most of his time alone studying magic and writing his findings in books.
One of the most creative magicians of his era, Reno came up with several of his own spells. The village was often attacked by monsters, and in response to the escalating dangers that they posed, Reno worked diligently to find a way to deal with the problem once and for all. It was through these efforts that Reno created a forbidden technique he dubbed "Reno Genocide", a powerful spell designed to convert one's own hatred and magical energies into an intense beam of light that excels at completely obliterating monsters.
The technique was not only risky and taxing, but it was possible for a skilled magician to figure out how to alter its target to focus creatures other than monsters. For this reason, Reno Genocide was intended to be the first and last spell in the genocide school of magic, and Reno hid his writings by using illusory magic to distort their contents, considering them far too terrible for humankind, yet far too valuable to destroy.
His great-granddaughter, Casino Grayleaf, discovered the illusory magic placed on his books and learned his lost magic. Possessing a strong dislike for gods and goddesses, Casino created her own version of the spell, "Grayleaf Genocide", designed instead to wipe out divine beings.