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The '''Yakumo Cabinet Policy''', or '''Yakumo''' (八雲, ''eight clouds'') for short, is a document in ''[[killer7]]'' that outlines the foreign policy of the [[United Nations Party]], whose stated purpose is to unite all the countries of the world under Japanese rule. It was originally drafted by the [[Union 7]] in 1953. The Yakumo's instructions are extremely potent, and anybody who uses them can garner immense political power. Whether the Yakumo harbors actual supernatural powers is ambiguous, but it is said to have to have the power to change the world and control human nature. If it is a supernatural document, the source of its abilities may be [[Kun Lan]].
 
The '''Yakumo Cabinet Policy''', or '''Yakumo''' (八雲, ''eight clouds'') for short, is a document in ''[[killer7]]'' that outlines the foreign policy of the [[United Nations Party]], whose stated purpose is to unite all the countries of the world under Japanese rule. It was originally drafted by the [[Union 7]] in 1953. The Yakumo's instructions are extremely potent, and anybody who uses them can garner immense political power. Whether the Yakumo harbors actual supernatural powers is ambiguous, but it is said to have to have the power to change the world and control human nature. If it is a supernatural document, the source of its abilities may be [[Kun Lan]].
   
After being written by the Union 7, the Yakumo was passed to the the chief secretary of the [[Liberal Party]]; shortly thereafter, the Union 7 and other defectors (presumably including the chief secretary, or whoever they passed the Yakumo to) joined the United Nations Party and used the Yakumo to overtake the Liberals in Japan's political arena. By the time the game takes place, Union 7 and UN Party member [[Toru Fukushima]] had hidden the Yakumo somewhere in his restaurant.
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After being written by the Union 7, the Yakumo was passed to the the chief secretary of the [[Liberal Party]]; shortly thereafter, the Union 7 and other defectors (presumably including the chief secretary, or whoever they passed the Yakumo to) formed the United Nations Party and used the Yakumo to overtake the Liberals in Japan's political arena. By the time the game takes place, Union 7 and UN Party member [[Toru Fukushima]] had hidden the Yakumo somewhere in his restaurant.
   
 
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.
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