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In 1996, a postal worker named [[Andrei Ulmeyda]] accidentally found a copy of a piece of the Yakumo in the postal system. He started up a business, [[First Life, Inc.]], and, almost solely using the Yakumo, took over [[Ulmeyda InterCity|the entire town]] in the span of a few months, renaming it after himself.
 
In 1996, a postal worker named [[Andrei Ulmeyda]] accidentally found a copy of a piece of the Yakumo in the postal system. He started up a business, [[First Life, Inc.]], and, almost solely using the Yakumo, took over [[Ulmeyda InterCity|the entire town]] in the span of a few months, renaming it after himself.
   
In ''[[Sunset]]'', the [[Liberal Party]] dispatches Japanese assassin [[Julia Kisugi]] to retrieve the Yakumo from Fukushima. Following the fighting at the party ancient's [[Restaurant Fukushima|restaurant]], Kisugi murders Fukushima but is left empty handed as [[Jean DePaul]], another assassin in the employ of the [[International Ethics Committee]], had already obtained and smuggled out the Yakumo. Following DePaul's own death at the hands of the [[Smith Syndicate|killer7]], its whereabouts is unknown, though according to DePaul, now a Remnant Psyche, [[Kenjiro Matsuoka]], the leader of the UN Party following Fukushima's death, had got his hands on it. The Smiths also later kill Ulmeyda at his request; [[Gabriel Clemence]] inherited Ulmeyda's Yakumo.
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In ''[[Sunset]]'', the [[Liberal Party]] dispatches Japanese assassin [[Julia Kisugi]] to retrieve the Yakumo from Fukushima. Following the fighting at the party ancient's [[Restaurant Fukushima|restaurant]], Kisugi murders Fukushima but is left empty handed as [[Jean DePaul]], another assassin in the employ of the [[International Ethics Committee]], had already obtained and smuggled out the Yakumo. Following DePaul's own death at the hands of the [[Smith Syndicate|killer7]], its whereabouts is unknown, though according to DePaul, now a Remnant Psyche, [[Kenjiro Matsuoka]], the leader of the UN Party following Fukushima's death, had got his hands on it. The Smiths also later kill Ulmeyda at his request; it is unknown if [[Gabriel Clemence]] inherited Ulmeyda's Yakumo or if he took its location with him to the grave.
   
 
In 2020, part of the Yakumo was made public. It became the subject of devout worship.
 
In 2020, part of the Yakumo was made public. It became the subject of devout worship.
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