Born: Unknown 
Died: 1132 (ascension),
Parents: Hida Kisada,
Hida Tsuriko 
Siblings: Hida O-Ushi,
Hida Sukune,
Kitsuki Yasuo (half) 
Titles: Crab Clan Champion,
Crab Clan Thunder,
Lord Sun

Hida Yakamo was the firstborn son of Hida Kisada and Hida Tsuriko. He had one brother, Hida Sukune, and a sister, Hida O-Ushi. He succeeded his father as Crab Clan Champion and was the Crab Clan Thunder. He was reborn though a Naga ritual to become Lord Sun after Amaterasu committed jigai. The Jade Dragon became the new Sun after it defeated Yakamo, who fell to the mortal realm and died, again.

Heir to the Great Bear[edit | edit source]

Hida Yakamo

Groomed at an early age to follow his father, it was well known how much he resembled his father physically and mentally. He was quick to anger, very hot headed and would speak in a frank and direct manner. His battlefield prowess was unquestioned. When entering the fray he often wielded a tetsubo in one hand and his katana Chikara in the other. [1] Yakamo was a huge brute of a man with rough shoulder-length hair and a mustache. [2]

Mirumoto Satsu[edit | edit source]

Yakamo kills Mirumoto Satsu

Yakamo was a very capable duelist, never refusing a challenge from an opponent. [3] His dueling skills were impressive. The most notable duel he won was against Mirumoto Satsu, killing the older Dragon samurai with his tetsubo. After the duel, Mirumoto Hitomi swore vendetta against Yakamo. [4] [5] [1]

Personality[edit | edit source]

His abrasiveness earned him a bad reputation in the imperial courts. Yakamo, however, saw politeness and etiquette as a burden to endure, not an honor to uphold. He was a very canny and perceptive man, clever enough to understand his own nature and impression on others, learning to time his rants for maximum impact on other people, keeping them off balance. He valued honesty above all traits, would not lie and equated his word with his honor. He saw politeness as deceit and would not pretend to enjoy someone's presence if he didn't. [6]

Scorpion Coup[edit | edit source]

When news arrived of the Scorpion Coup, Kisada assembled an army that joined the combined forces of the Great Clans at Otosan Uchi in the fourth day of the Coup. Yakamo, Kuni Yori, and Kaiu Suman were part of the Crab forces. [7]

Yakamo's Hand Severed[edit | edit source]

In the 18th day of the Month of the Rooster Hitomi exacted vengeance upon Yakamo in the Imperial City during the assault of the combined Clan forces against the Scorpion. Disobeying orders she challenged Yakamo, and during the duel Hitomi removed his hand. She had to be dragged away by fellow Dragon to prevent her from bringing shame upon her clan. Kisada was furious and demanded her life but the Mirumoto refused. [8]

Corruption of the Crab[edit | edit source]

Alliance with the Shadowlands[edit | edit source]

In 1124 Hida Kisada believing Hantei XXXIX was not strong to rule the Empire ordered the Kuni Daimyo Kuni Yori to find a way for the Crab to wage war and seize the throne. Yori proposed an alliance of convenience with the Shadowlands. [9]

In 1125 Yakamo began slowly withdrawing troops from the Kaiu wall no longer fearing the creatures on the other side. [10] Kisada formed a formal alliance with the Shadowlands, [11] and the combined forces began to march on Beiden Pass. [12] [13]

In Autumn of 1126 the army led by Hida Sukune reached the Pass, where they were defeated by a ronin army with a token Dragon support led by the cunning Toturi. The Crab army was forced to pull back. [14]

Yakamo gets his claw

Meanwhile, upon hearing of Mirumoto Hitomi's presence in the opposing camp, Yakamo pushed ahead with the ritual that would bind the Oni's Claw to his arm. Kuni Yori was all too happy to oblige, and performed the ritual quickly. [15]

"Just because your family has chosen to delve into dark secrets, Kuni Yori,
and just because my father has allowed you to do so, do not think for a moment that I approve."

Attacking the Asahina[edit | edit source]

The Crab armies had occupied part of the empty Scorpion lands, but the Beiden Pass was found to be defended by ronin, supported by the Crane and Unicorn. The southern army faced starvation. Yakamo convinced his father to attack the peaceful Asahina, with a mixed force of Hida, who would feed in their stores, while their Shadowlands allies would eat the Crane hinin and heimin. [16]

Yakamo Surrenders his Name[edit | edit source]

After Sukune was nailed to the Terrible Standard of Fu Leng in 1127 for failing to defeat the rag-tag army led by the Toturi the Black in the Battle of Beiden Pass, Yakamo was forced to lend his name to Yakamo no Oni, leading the army of Crab and Shadowlands creatures into Beiden Pass. [17] The ronin Toturi, and former Lion Clan Champion, defeated the Crab and Hida Sukune at Beiden Pass, forcing Yakamo to retreat to the walls of Yasuki Castle. [18]

Dragon Sword is Broken[edit | edit source]

Yakamo defeats Hitomi

Yakamo returned the favor Hitomi had given him by ripping Hitomi's hand off when he used the Oni's Claw, also shattering the Ancestral Sword of the Dragon. [17]

Kisada's Blockade[edit | edit source]

When Kisada's fleet arrived on the shores of Otosan Uchi, in the Month of the Ox [19] he was greeted by the mighty roar of hundreds of Lion Samurai ready to die to protect their Emperor. [20] Before she could engage the Great Bear, an order from the palace arrived, commanding Tsuko to stand aside and let her army fight without her. [21] The undefended shores of the bay were seized and the invading army disembarked without fight. The Crab navy blockaded the bay, their Koutetsukan forming an impassable barrier against anyone attempting to enter or leave by sea. [19] Without warning, the Lion army found themselves fighting on two fronts as Crab archers rose up from the southern hillside. [22] The leaderless Lion cavalry charged into Kisada's ranks with fire and fury, and only Tsuko noticed the Crab cavalry moving quickly through the woods flanking them to the North. [23] As the Lion cavalry charged, the Crab cavalry fell back forcing the Lions to fall into wall of blades that Kisada had prepared for them. [24] Tsuko watched with tears in her eyes as Kisada trampled over her shattered forces and marched into the Imperial Palace. [25] Kisada and Yakamo slaughtered Palace Guards that interfered as they approached the Emperor's audience chamber. [26]

Kisada's Last Charge[edit | edit source]

Hida Yakamo

In the Month of the Hare of 1128 [27] Kisada charged into the throne room and the mad-eyed Emperor who awaited him cut the Great Bear down with a single stroke. [28] To the north, the whole of the Shadowlands army had turned on their Crab allies. Many of the Crab troops, those who exhibited signs of the Shadowlands taint, fought against their Crab brethren at the side of the dark lord's servants. [29] Hida Yakamo carried his father over his shoulder through the tunnels while one of Kachiko's servants led the way. [30] [31]

Fall and Redemption[edit | edit source]

Yakamo and Kisada fled, with the Ancestral Sword of Hantei still lodged in Kisada's gut. [32] The Shadowlands Horde turned on its Crab allies, who fled by earth and sea. The mad shugenja Yogo Junzo was allowed by the Emperor to enter the Forbidden Palace. [33] Kisada intended on committing seppuku to cleanse the shame they had brought on the Crab. Yakamo revealed that Dragon Clan Champion Togashi Yokuni had approached him while his father was unconcious, and told him there was still a purpose for him. Yokuni had given Yakamo the Jade Hand, which he placed upon the stump of his arm after tearing off the Oni's Claw. Yakamo convinced Kisada that he should not give up, and they should help Toturi and the rest of Rokugan defeat Fu Leng. [34] An alternate story told that Yakamo was approached by a hooded figure, who gifted him the Jade Hand, which had been provided by Yokuni. [35] The Jade Hand was connected to a prophecy, and now that someone laid claim to the Hand, the prophecy began to unfold. The prophecy of the Jade Hand was at last complete, as Hida Yakamo was revealed to be one of the Seven Thunders. [36]

Giving shelter to the Imperial Court[edit | edit source]

Hida Yakamo

In fall of 1128 Bayushi Goshiu freed the prisoners from Otosan Uchi's dungeons and led them outside the city, where they met up with Crab forces. Yakamo's scouts escorted them to the Crab camps near Kyuden Doji. The Crab gave sanctuary to the courtiers, and the wounded Kisada listened to Goshiu's analysis of Yogo Junzo's defenses. [37]

Sukune, the Kage-Musha[edit | edit source]

Hida Sukune's spirit in form of a Shadow Samurai, the Kage-Musha, surprisingly visited the Great Bear and Yakamo. Hida Yakamo's heart was lifted by his brother's return. Sukune forgave their past sins, which appeased the aged Crab Champion. [38]

Second Day of Thunder[edit | edit source]

Hida Yakamo Thunder

The armies of the Clans finally united under Yakamo and Toturi on the Second Day of Thunder. [39] In winter this year the possesed Emperor announced the cancellation Winter Court. Hida Tsuru, Kisada's brother, sent invitations to hold a mock Winter Court outside the city, which was soon attended by the leaders of the clans and their military advisors. Now united, the clans began uniting their forces against the Shadowlands. [37]

Confronting Yakamo no Oni[edit | edit source]

During the battle at Otosan Uchi Yakamo saw the oni that had stolen his name. [40] Yakamo made his way to face with Oni no Yakamo, now a perfect duplicate of himself. Though the Jade Hand had severed the tie between Yakamo and the beast, the oni had grown powerful from the Crab Lord's name. During their fight the oni's acrid blood sprayed into Yakamo's eyes, temporarily blinding him. The true Yakamo failed before the inexhaustible oni, and as the oni prepared to deal the finishing blow. When Yakamo recovered his vision, the oni's head had been crushed by Hitomi's Obsidian Hand. She taunted the wounded Crab, disarmed him easily, and allowed him to live to find their fate as Thunders against Fu Leng. [41] [42]

Crab Thunder[edit | edit source]

Yakamo was the Crab Clan Thunder on the Second Day of Thunder in 1128. He fought Fu Leng alongside the other Thunders in the throne room, and was one of the survivors. [43]

Marrying O-Ushi[edit | edit source]

Hida Yakamo

In 1129 Yakamo summoned a contest to marry his sister O-Ushi. Shinjo Yasamura was the fortunate groom. [44]

Hiruma Castle[edit | edit source]

Naga abandon the Crab[edit | edit source]

After the Second Day of Thunder, the new Crab Champion Yakamo focused on retaking the Hiruma lands, and gathered an army of Crab and Naga, marching them into the Shadowlands. They successfully took Kyuden Hiruma in 1130. In 1131 the Naga abruptly left, heading north, leaving Yakamo and his Crab army who subsequently became besieged by the Horde. [45]

The Three Sieges of Hiruma Castle[edit | edit source]

Kuni Yori swiftly attacked the castle, but was repelled by Yakamo. Two months later Yori attacked again using undead minions and the Crab utterly crushed the Shadowlands forces. This ease of this victory pushed the Crab into overconfidence on their part, and it would prove to be their undoing. [45] In 1132 Yori and the reborn Moto Tsume assaulted Hiruma Castle again, this time with overwhelming odds. The besieged Crab needed to send for additional reinforcements to survive the assault but were isolated by the battle. With the aid of the Nezumi Third Whisker Tribe HidaYakamo escaped the Siege of Kyuden Hiruma in 1132 through subterranean tunnels, [46] but he was eventually captured by Moto Tsume in the Shi-Khan Wastes. [47] [48] [49]

Death and Rebirth[edit | edit source]

Yakamo's Death[edit | edit source]

Yakamo was imprisoned in the Sepulcher of Bone where Kuni Yori tortured him during thirty days. [47] Finally in 1132 in the month of the Monkey Yori killed Yakamo. The Jade Hand was cut and casted out in the Black Finger River. [50] The spirit of his brother Sukune guided Yakamo during the wait until the Thunder could return. [47]

The Crab tried to retake the fallen castle again, but their first assault was repulsed. [citation needed] A relief Lion force, led by Ikoma Tsanuri began a journey to Crab lands in 1131 and finally reached the castle in time to assist in a second successful assault, taking the castle back from the Shadowlands. [51] Oseuth, who was commanded by the Qamar to seek the Jade Hand, found Yakamo's corpse near the Hand, and retrieved both for the Naga. [52]

Yakamo's Funeral[edit | edit source]

Yakamo's Funeral

The whole Empire mourned, for Yakamo was both a Thunder and a true hero. The Crab Clan held a great funeral and prepared to cremate his body so that, even though he was killed in the Shadowlands, he would not rise again. As the funeral began, the Naga came and stole Yakamo's body away. Infuriated, the Crab attack the Naga for this desecration. [36] When Hitomi took the place of Lady Moon, Amaterasu committed jigai and the Celestial Order was imbalanced. Shashakar had noted the imbalance and attempted to redeem the Naga fault using an old naga ritual, that allowed the reincarnation of a naga soul. [53]

Rebirth[edit | edit source]

Shashakar holding Yakamo's corpse

The naga marched to the ancient naga city of Kalpa, where the buried remains of Qatol, the legendary leader of the naga race, were located, inside the Temple of the Bright Eye. [54] Shashakar sacrificed his life to the Child of the Pale, using the greatest Black Pearl in a magic ritual that merged his mind with Hida Yakamo and restored the Crab Clan Champion to life in 1132. The ceremony involved a merging Yakamo's soul with the Akasha's. [55] What had returned was not merely Yakamo but also the reincarnation of the Qatol, leader of all naga. [53] Many clans distrusted the Naga, but a newly reanimated Yakamo assured them that only by working with them would they be able to defeat the Lying Darkness. [51]

Leader of the Goju uncovered[edit | edit source]

Yakamo told the naga about the Shadows and where they really lied. The Balash a naga warrior who had been at Morikage Toshi rescuing the kidnapped Emperor, was taken by the naga priests, rode his mind and became one with Balash soul to see what had happened at Morikage. The Balash whispered one name, Goju Adorai. This ancient man believed dead was the leader of the Shadows, and his illusion had been uncovered. [55]

Fighting the Darkness[edit | edit source]

With the information collected by the Naga Yakamo was aware that the memory of the past could be erased. With the strength of the Shadowlands allied with the Goju, Adorai could destroy the past itself, killing the ancestors who dwelled in the Spirit Realms. [55] Lying Darkness's minions attacked the Naga city of Siksa, near Shinomen Mori's edge. Yakamo and the Shasyahkar led their Naga army crushing the enemy utterly. Yakamo ordered the Naga to amass all their forces in a single great army to stand against the Darkness. [56]

March to Volturnum[edit | edit source]

The empire had been warned about the Shadows, who were gathering their forces in Volturnum, aided by a massive Shadowland's army. The Naga began to march there led by Yakamo. They met the Crab army in the border with the Shadowlands, and O-Ushi requested they leave, despite the presence of the Qatol-Yakamo as Naga leader. The Balash fired with his bow, and O-Ushi saw her own death. The arrow passed through O-Ushi's arm and into the chest of a man behind her, who was a Goju Shapeshifter. The Balash had saved O-Ushi's life, and both armies marched against their true enemy, the Foul. [57]

Lord Sun[edit | edit source]

The Sun Returns

When Hitomi defeated Lord Moon after the Twenty-Seven Days of Darkness, Amaterasu committed jigai. Yakamo was led to the site of the event by the Akasha and he served as her second, [58] and because of his special ties to the Naga Akasha and Hitomi, Yakamo was able to ascend to the Celestial Heavens and became the new sun. [59] Amaterasu herself had allowed it shortly before her suicide. Yakamo's sacrifice was the price for humanity's deeds. [60] And ever after, the Moon and the Sun circled in the heavens, always seeking to finish their final duel. The cycle of Atman had begun again, and again the world had found peace. [61]

Fortune of Steel[edit | edit source]

In 1155 Lord Sun and Lady Moon invited Tsi Xing Guo to ascend the Celestial Heavens as the Fortune of Steel. [62] [63]

Seikitsu Pass[edit | edit source]

Yakamo, Lord Sun

In 1150, following the destruction of Beiden Pass, Yakamo hurled a great fireball at the Seikitsu Mountains, creating the Great Crater. The crater re-opened Seikitsu Pass [64], which had been blocked since it's collapse in 99. [65] The exact reasons for Yakamo doing this are unknown. Some theories claimed that Yakamo mereley wanted the Empire to have a new pass through the mountains. Others suspected a samurai had earned Lord Sun's wrath and the location was merely a coincidence. Another theory claimed that Yakamo felt the need to show himself the equal of his ancestor Osano-Wo, well known for grand displays with little provocation. [66]

Shrine of the Sun[edit | edit source]

Togashi Nyima, Mirumoto Daisuke and Hitomi Hogai were fighting in an engagement against the Phoenix that ended with Tamori, Dark Oracle of Fire, showing up in disguise as Shiba Aikune and wrecking havoc on the Dragon army, leaving the three men as the only survivors. They were saved by the intervention of Osano-Wo, who explained Tamori's deception and told them to construct a shrine dedicated to Lord Sun, in order to gain his assistance against Tamori. Nyima volunteered to be one of the monks to tend to this temple. [67]

Invasion of the Celestial Heavens[edit | edit source]

In 1159 Fu Leng was freed from Meido by Daigotsu and began the Assault of the Celestial Heavens. Yakamo fought against them and encountered again in battle with his nemesis, Yakamo no Oni. [68] In 1160 the invasion was halted when the words of Hantei Naseru tricked Fu Leng into distrusting Daigotsu, whose faith was the source of Fu Leng's power. [69] Taking advantage of this moment of weakness, Bishamon deprived Fu Leng of the Emma-O's Spear, and Hoshi pushed him back to the gates of Tengoku. Fu Leng was once again confronted by the Seven Thunders and decided to retreat. [70]

Jade Dragon and Oracle[edit | edit source]

The Jade Dragon fomented purity and righteousness. And it was for that reason that Jade attracted the attention of Yakamo. His blessings allowed Jade to sacrifice its freedom in 1159, binding itself to Omen, and in return had gained a mortal Oracle to enact its purpose. Lord Sun's favor created an imbalance that could not be endured in the Celestial Heavens, and led to the awaken of the Eighth Dragon, the Obsidian Dragon, and its Oracle, the Oracle of Obsidian in 1167. [71]

Rain of Blood[edit | edit source]

In 1165 Yakamo's blood - found on one of the blades used by Kuni Yori to attach the Claw - was used by Iuchiban to cast the Rain of Blood. [72]

Legion of the Dead[edit | edit source]

In 1166 Yakamo joined the Legion of the Dead. He had stepped forward to answer Matsu Goemon's call to fight the Legion of Blood. [73] As the two forces initially battled for control over the newly forming realm in 1166, Isawa Tsuke released a massive explosion intending to stop the First Oni, but it also disrupted the realm and knocked everyone in it into private memories of critical choices in their lives. The Realm of Thwarted Destiny was testing each of them, to see if they would embrace their destines or reject them. The realm could become a place where those who failed their destinies could repeat their failures for eternity or a place where those who failed could embrace their fates and find redemption. [74]

Lost in the Mists of the new Realm[edit | edit source]

Yakamo saw his oni brother appearing from the mist. The oni had been sent by Fu Leng to aid the Legion of the Dead, but Yakamo refused any Shadowlands aid and engaged it in combat. Their power was so evenly matched that neither could win and the fight stopped. The oni left Yakamo warning him about the Shadow Dragon and his true goals. [75]

The Will of Heaven[edit | edit source]

Fall of Yakamo

In 1170, the Dragons, tired of Man's rule of the Heavens, exerted their will upon Tengoku. The Seven Fortunes allowed the Dragon of Jade and the Dragon of Obsidian to attempt to replace Yakamo as Lord Sun and Hitomi as Lord Moon respectively. The other Dragons, save the Dragon of Thunder, left mankind to cement their power. [76]

Yakamo was defeated by the Dragon of Jade in the Month of the Horse in 1170, and cast down. His dying words were heard by Moshi Amika. [77]

"A third will fall, and in its place a darkness will grow. The fire is a lie."
-Yakamo's last words [77]

His body turned to a giant cache of jade, the Yakamo's Last Gift. The Crab Clan champion Hida Kuon ordered to be used to create a shrine to Yakamo adjacent to Kisada's Shrine. Kuon also ordered the Kaiu smiths to create weapons able to accept jade inlays and use the rest of Yakamo's body to arm his clan. [78] The Jade Champion Kuni Daigo used the piece once was the Jade Hand to cleanse the previously unredeemable ground of the Tower of Fear. This piece must remain forever in the earth outside the Kaiu Wall, or the Tower would begin to regrow where it once stood. [79]

Forewarning[edit | edit source]

In 1171 the words "The fire is a lie" were understood by Yoritomo Omura in the Battle of Dragon Heart Plain during the War of Dark Fire. The yobanjin leader the Son of Fire used his shaman to summon thick plumes of smoke that concealed their movement to attack the palanquin of the Empress Iweko I. [80]

See Also[edit | edit source]

Where Yakamo Fell

External Links[edit | edit source]

Preceded by:
Hida Kisada
Crab Clan Champion
1128 - 1132
Succeeded by:
Hida O-Ushi
Preceded by:
Lord Sun
1132 - 1170
Succeeded by:
Jade Dragon


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