I used to be incredibly pessimistic, but I grew out of that. I am much more of an optimistic person now, though I still have bouts with depression, anxiety, and other things that are leftovers from by pessimist days.
A distant moon illuminates a distant world. Underneath that silver glow riding a strange and fantastic beast of burden is a tall and thin figure whose eyes glow brighter than any candle. His garb is makeshift and his weapon is foreign to him, but he understands and respects its power for he has seen it used before; upon his own kind as they were rounded up and forced into cells and pens like common animals. To the alien invaders who call themselves "Earth men", they are nothing more than test subjects to be prodded and pierced for the advancement of their sick gains, but the beast rider knows better than that. Adopting his test-subject name 'Windsor" as a new persona dedicated to the freedom of his people and liberation of his planet, he goes out into his once familiar world only to discover that so much has changed now that the human invaders have had their ways embedded into parts and places once thought untouchable. He uncovers much along the way, but in the end, will he see his quest end in liberty and justice? He rides to see that happen.