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Yuno Sykk is a character role-played by Sykkuno.
"I'm just a hacker for fun."
Yuno Sykk is a famous criminal and bank hacker in Los Santos. Arriving to the city with few goals in mind, he has grown to be one of the most popular individuals in the city among criminals, civilians and law enforcers alike. Because of his amicable and sweet behavior, people enjoy his presence and are eager to spend time with him regardless of what he has in mind.
Beyond general crime, through his time in the city, Yuno has busied himself with a variety of endeavors such as getting himself involved with almost every criminal faction in the city, getting various positions in a plethora of workplaces (that he doesn’t attend), and more recently, teach other people the ways of criminal life the same way he was taught. Down to hang out with just about anyone, Yuno spends his time in the city making new friends and reinforcing previous relationships through fun (and often illegal) activities.
Yuno mainly sports grey pants, a green suit jacket, and an armor-vest replica over a white collared shirt. He is also infamous for a black bike helmet (which he wears due to his insecurities about his lack of eyebrows), a black undermask, and white, glow-in-the-dark shoes with lights of varying colors, which he pairs with all his outfits. While this style choice is not particularly appreciated by most of his criminal associates (especially the ones that have found themselves running away from the cops during a getaway with him), it has become his trademark and Yuno now has a line of shoes, named the Air Force Yunos, in his honor.
Originally leaning towards colorful clothing, Yuno has recently started wearing darker clothes during jobs, while almost always keeping his helmet and trademark shoes on.
"I just want to be friends with everyone. I'm even friends with the cops. They're super nice. Everyone is... You just have to show them that they are. Sometimes people just need someone who believes in them. Everyone in this city just hates each other. The cops, the criminals... I think I’m the only one who can make a difference."
Yuno is known to be incredibly kind to others, often offering gifts to those he meets and interacting politely with anyone, even the police. He also tends to be regarded as a very innocent and naive person, traits that have constantly led to the confusion of police officers when being exposed to his criminal activities. In fact, several officers have expressed how they believe that Yuno only commits crimes because of the people he hangs out with, or because he is an adrenaline junkie with a penchant for chases and danger. This is often reinforced through his constant disregard for wealth and physical possessions.
Another feature that is often evident to people is his incredibly high charisma. He often has been able to talk himself and his friends out of getting arrested, even when caught in the act. He is also able to create strong connections to powerful individuals (Lang Buddha, Ramee El-Rahman, Randy Bullet, Benji Ramos etc.), thus benefiting from various deals, favors, and discounts. Yuno's kind nature and ideology of trying to be "friends with everybody" are the reasons he’s so popular with a lot of different people in the city. But in the past, this desire to please everyone has also been the cause of conflicts with some of his closest friends, especially Irwin Dundee, who would often try to show him, what he considered, "the right path" in an effort to keep the young hacker from being taken advantage of. However, as time went by and Yuno became protected by almost everyone in the city (as well as receiving multiple boons), it became evident that Yuno's way worked more effectively.
At last, Yuno is also known to be skittish and easily side-tracked, constantly getting so lost in his own head that it would appear like he never even heard someone speak to him in the first place. Unable to stand still for long periods of time, he can often be seen running around aimlessly whenever he is on the phone or when he’s not directly engaging in a conversation. These traits have led to various people commenting on them, such as Guy Jones claiming Yuno has the “attention span of a goldfish”. This, in addition to his nervous, airhead and typically nonchalant behavior, often obscures his intelligence and true potential. With most of his acts driven exclusively by logic and a deep understanding of law enforcement, and the cognitive skills to outshine almost the entire city in regards to hacking and other intellectual skills, people’s first impressions of Yuno are challenged whenever the young criminal shows how truly skilled and agile he really is.
Beyond these core features, Yuno’s behavior has changed through his time in the city, particularly in regards to violence and general perspective of his crime-filled lifestyle.
Coming from a background of economical issues throughout college, Yuno used to really like free food and the (once) cheap sandwiches from the 24/7. This was noted during his first weeks in Los Santos, when many of his actions were driven, at least partially, by his desire to acquire enough money to be able to feed himself alongside being able to afford new shoes (this due to the fact that he was often left barefoot).
He also used to have a penchant for fancy cars, as noticed by Irwin Dundee, who noted Yuno's taste in cars as similar to his previous protegè, X. If he was ever in the vicinity of an unoccupied vehicle, Yuno was likely to gravitate towards it and attempt to steal it, regardless of the actual need for it. Other similarities to X noticed by Benji Ramos and Irwin Dundee included the common use of the term “turning a new leaf" (which he never did, and only pretended to), a penchant for chaotic plans and activities, and questionable driving skills. Though with time, Yuno started to improve on the latter.
He also sometimes behaved erratically, such as by randomly punching individuals near him or running around aimlessly, seemingly unable to stand still for long periods of time as well as getting distracted quite easily. He used to have frequent sore throats due to his laryngitis, a problem that he later fixed through throat surgery. However, the surgery temporarily left him with an undesired side effect which made him leave his mouth open and "thank subs" randomly.
Before arriving in the city, Yuno Sykk was a very troubled college student, managing to fail out of university on several occasions over the past seven years. His parents, assumed to be quite affluent, had placed a trust fund under his name that he would gain access to once he graduated, a task that proved unsuccessful over the years to the point that the young man became tired of trying. As such, he moved to Los Santos to get away from his past life and start a fresh new one, not telling anyone about it and leaving his parents under the impression that he was still studying. Sadly, his first few days in the city proved to be a challenge to him, as he suffered from a case of laryngitis that made verbal communication very limited, with some even saying he sounded like an "electric cricket."
After subjecting himself to surgery, as his voice was recovering, he met an entirely new problem: his vision was blacking in and out. Trying to find someone to help him, he walked up to a stranger who was stealing a motorcycle in the middle of the road, a man that would soon be revealed to be Irwin Dundee. After finding out what was wrong with his vision, and a short visit to the hospital later, Dundee took the desperate-for-money Yuno on a short-lived spree of criminal activity that concluded as they were caught red-handed during a burglary, where the two were soon arrested and sentenced to prison. As he was being processed, one of the officers stated that Yuno was the fastest person to get arrested after moving into town. After completing their sentence, the pair met with Benji Ramos, a very close friend of Dundee, who became Yuno’s second friend in the city.
He allegedly stole April Fooze’s husband, Shmedison Shmark, but Yuno only remembers this man as someone he left at a bar after giving his own number as 911 around the time he moved to Los Santos. Though with the revealed information of April having crabs, it may not seem such an unlikely story.
Current job positions held:
|Momentous Dates and Changes to Yuno's Professional Life|
|Burger Shot||April 8, 2021||N/A||Following an odd job interview that involved befriending a mountain lion, Yuno became a part time worker.||Yuno was hired as a part time staff member at the restaurant.|
|May 12, 2021||PT staff member||Because of his lack of attendance, Cassie Cupcake demoted Yuno and gave him a warning.||Yuno earned the CBF (Close to Being Fired) position.|
|May 18, 2021||CBF||Yuno was fired by Shelly Smith for covering for Tony Corleone after he shot Spaceman, who was holding Yuno at gunpoint as he was suspected of stealing food.||Yuno was rehired as a Marketing Consultant the day after, under Cassie Cupcake's suggestion.|
|June 4, 2021||Marketing Consultant||Following an incident in which Yuno accidentally hit Cassie Cupcake with a sledgehammer, Shelly Smith demoted him again.||Yuno was rebranded again as CBF.|
|June 25, 2021||CBF||Yuno was fired by Shelly via text after he encouraged Randy Bullet during his attempt to steal Murder Meals from the establishment.||Yuno was fired.|
|Diamond Casino and Resort||March 12, 2021||N/A||Delivering "the worst interview" Claire Seducer had ever seen, Yuno got his first job in the city.||Yuno was hired as the janitor for the Casino.|
|Hayes Auto Body Repairs||April 1st, 2021||N/A||Having just hired Irwin Dundee as a janitor, Pez Speedwagon decided to hire Yuno as a joke.||Yuno was hired as the janitor for the repair shop.|
|June 30, 2021||Janitor||Upon reviewing the "Employment" app on his phone, Yuno realized he had been fired from the repair shop.||Yuno was fired.|
|Ottos Autos||June 24, 2021||N/A||Meeting up with Marlo Stanfield and Stag and getting his car fixed, Yuno was offered a position at the shop with a particular benefit: in exchange for promoting the shop and making people use his “promo code” five times, they will repair his car for free.||Yuno was hired as the janitor for the repair shop.|
|June 27, 2021||Janitor||Leslie Lingberg was looking through the employees list and fired everyone who hadn’t worked at the repair shop.||Yuno was fired.|
|Rooster's Rest||March 14, 2021||N/A||After a bizarre job interview led by Lando Stormborn, Meowfurrion and Donnie, Yuno was hired as an unpaid intern until he proved he deserved a proper position.||Yuno was hired as the janitor for the Rooster's Rest.|
|April 1st to April 7, 2021||(Unpaid Intern) Janitor||Lang Buddha directly fired Yuno on at least four occasions for never showing up for his shift.||On April 14th, Mr. Lang gave Yuno a permanent position following a successful bank heist.|
|May 24, 2021||"Head" Janitor||Gerard Hawthorne fired Yuno after hearing how he never showed up for his shift directly from Yuno while he was joking about it to new employees.||The next day, Mr. Lang gave him a VIP membership once he heard about it.|
|Vultur Lé Culturé||April 18, 2021||N/A||Due to their close friendship and following a series of changes in the gallery, Ramee El-Rahman hired Yuno with no interview.||Yuno was hired as a gem appraiser without being taught how to do it.|
|Sultan Mk III||After finally saving up enough money for his first legally owned vehicle, Yuno was able to purchase a Sultan Mk III for $143,750, which he got as a nod to X's Sultan Mk II.
Currently, his car is painted pearlescent Nautical Blue with a black undercoat, and has the following modifications:
|BMX Bike||Originally purchased for $500 with a hilarious Fleeca heist in mind, as soon as the adventure was over and Yuno had parted ways with Mickey S (who also bought a bike), the hacker determined that it’d be an useful tool for future endeavors whenever he felt like playing around with the police.
Discovering that he could get NOS on the bike at Benny’s, Yuno decided that once he had a lot of money and his personal car was fully upgraded, he’d consider getting the modification for the BMX just to see what it was like.
|Stratum||A vehicle purchased by Lang Buddha following the Cleanbois's increased need for a reliable four door to commit crime in. Upgrading it completely, the common looking Stratum is incredibly useful whenever the group wants to rob a bank, transport large amounts of items, or simply cruise around the city aimlessly.
|Paleto Bay, Procopio Drive 23||Purchased for Yuno by Lang Buddha for $244,400 as a birthday present and registered under Dreah Johnson's name. The house was picked by Raymond Romanov, as he remembered Yuno liked it from their house hunting trip. It is close to Tony Corleone's house.|
|Vinewood Hills, Ace Jones Drive||Renovated for them under Dean Watson's supervision, the beautiful Clean Manor is going to be purchased by the active members of the Cleanbois for approximately $3,000,000, with weekly $100,000 payments until the debt is fulfilled.
Meant to be a hub for their group to plan their many (illegal) activities around the city, the grand yet homey structure provides a safe place for the members to rest and spend time together.
Times Yuno has fallen of the roof: 2
Because of his always increasing popularity, Yuno has established several business deals with friends and acquaintances who have requested his permission to manufacture products that reference him in one way or another.
|"+5 Bank Hacking."
|A pair of white sneakers with glowing green soles.||Dexx Martin||$ 200|
|"An adorable immortalization of Bimbus in the form of an oil painting."
|A painting commission in warm hues of brown and orange depicting the fluffy Bimbus as he stretches.||Yevgeni Ivanov||$ 1,600|
|A collection of multiple collectible cards to play "Yu-Know" with.
|Manufacturing 4 samples to share with select friends, Freddy’s project came to a halt when the NoPixel cards arrived in the city.||Freddy Fastfingers||Undetermined|
|A 2G joint currently sold at Dean World.||Rooster's Reef||Undetermined|
|A mythical figurine that can be purchased through a Burger Shot "Murder Meal". It doesn't actually exist (yet), but most of the city believes it does due to Cassie Cupcake spreading the word in order to boost sales.||Burger Shot||$ 101|
Originally refusing to join a group or organization, through time Yuno has joined certain crews for his usual criminal endeavors. Despite this, Yuno has made friends with several members of various gangs, businesses and departments, who he will often interact and associate with.
|Vehicles||Sultan MkIII - 0 strikes|
|DNA||Not on file|
|Taken from the Bobcat Security scene by John Charleston on June 15th, 2021, the officers involved forgot to add it into the database.|
|Updated on||July 22, 2021|
|Date||Status||Charges||Reported by||Served by||Details|
|04/19/2021||Paid off||Second Degree Speeding||Deputy Lenny Hawk||Trooper AJ Hunter||Caught outside the Burger Shot by Trooper AJ Hunter and Trooper Olivia Copper, Yuno was able to strike a deal with them (in which he raced them and later won) and get rid of the warrant.|
|05/24/2021||Paid off||Felony Obstruction of Justice||Cadet John Charleston||Deputy Claire Everly||Learning of his warrant, Yuno turned himself in and was seen in Mission Row being interrogated by Deputy Claire Everly (both without bodycams). After processing, Yuno's sentence was declared as served.|
|Note: For details about sentencing and fines, see the "Registered crimes" section.|
|06/16/2021||Deputy Sam Baas||N/A||
|Total||Times in prison: 20||Months in prison: 672||Fines: $98,690|
|Unregistered Crimes (Approx.)|
|Accessory to Attempted Murder
of a Government Employee
|Accessory to Burglary||27|
|Accessory to First Degree Murder||1|
|Accessory to Motor Vehicle Theft||60|
|Accomplice to Attempted Murder
of a Government Employee
|Accomplice to Kidnapping
of a Government Employee
|Assault & Battery||91|
|Assaulting an Officer||9|
|Attempted Murder of
a Government Employee
|Criminal Possession of a Firearm (Class 1)||14|
|Criminal Possession of a Firearm (Class 2)||2|
|Criminal Possession of a Firearm (Class 3)||1|
|First Degree Murder||35|
|Grand Theft Auto||17|
|Obstruction of Justice||11|
|Using Illegal Firearms||17|
Throughout his time in the city, Yuno has demonstrated a variety of abilities that aid to his criminal activities.
Despite being stubborn in his resolution to not shoot anyone unless absolutely necessary, Yuno has sparingly demonstrated that he doesn’t necessarily lack the skills, instead only needing practice. This became evident during his first Bobcat Security heist, where he single-handedly took down ten guards by one-tapping them in the head, rarely stopping as he went down the hallways and getting grazed by bullets only a couple times, all while wearing no armor.
Continuing to display similar skills during more Bobcat heists and even outside of them (like the time he shot at Air-1), Yuno has slowly grown more comfortable with the idea of shooting at others, particularly when he or his crewmates are holding valuable items. In tense moments like these, Yuno is often the first one to draw his gun out (presumably because of his tendency to space out during conversations and pay attention to his surroundings instead), even if he still hasn’t shot anyone under such circumstances.
With most of his friends being excellent drivers, Yuno is their passenger more often than not, a position that allows him to share information whenever they’re in the middle of a chase. Having improved over the months, Yuno has demonstrated on multiple occasions how assertive his indications are, easily spotting all the police cruisers behind them, whether or not they have visibility, and if they’re trying to make some kind of obstructive maneuver.
Raymond Romanov, Ramee El-Rahman and Irwin Dundee have mentioned in the past how useful the information he shares is, often not bothering to double-check the data relayed to them as they trust Yuno. While riding with more inexperienced drivers, Yuno is also good at keeping them calm and focused on their driving.
Despite preferring to leave the planning process to his crewmates whenever they’re preparing for a heist, and oftentimes having no objections towards the strategies used by his friends no matter how crazy a plan might be (in fact, he leans towards the absurd and insane), Yuno has demonstrated in multiple occasions to have good awareness of potential weaknesses to plans. As such, he’ll often point out ways the police officers might catch up to them, constantly providing solutions to small issues and frequently proposing back-up plans in case they need them. He tends to prefer creativity over the much safer “rat plans”, but he acknowledges that sometimes those are the only ones that work; however, he’ll always try to add “spice” so that all parties involved can have more fun.
Inspired by Jean Paul and Randy Bullet, Yuno joined an online class to learn how to hack, earning a degree shortly before hacking his first bank. Discovering that he had a natural prowess for it, Yuno continued hacking to the point that he quickly became one of the top hackers in the entire city, earning his title as the best after successfully hacking the Vault by himself in more than one occasion, each time faster than the last. Despite being quicker than average, he tends to focus more on taking things slowly and getting the answers right, his philosophy being that it doesn’t matter how fast a hacker is or how many tries they need, all that matters is that they can successfully hack the bank. He’s the first person in the city to one-shot hack the Lower Vault.
After his success during the complicated hack, Yuno realized he barely struggled at all during any of the “easier” hacks, the answers coming to him naturally without having to repeat the numeric sequences aloud. When the security systems were enhanced, Yuno struggled slightly to get adjusted to the new mechanism, yet he managed to successfully hack a Fleeca bank after less than fifteen minutes of practice. Regardless, he became relatively insecure about his abilities, and would avoid heists for a while in fear of letting his crew down, instead focusing on improving his other skills.
Adventuring into the Vault for the first time, Yuno shyly requested for Lang Buddha’s permission to try the thermite at least once, being as surprised as his crewmates when he got it first try, without any errors. Holding the record for fastest thermiter in the city, Yuno seldom fails to deploy the explosive device, mastering the skill with ease thanks to his almost photographic memory. During his birthday party at the Vault, Yuno further demonstrated his skill when he deployed some thermite to the sound of almost a hundred people singing happy birthday to him.
As time goes by, the hacker has shown that he no longer struggles with it in the slightest, even after long periods of not practicing at all. When Carmella Corset and her crew were preparing to hit the Vault, she asked for advice on the matter and Yuno explained that his technique had evolved from merely looking at the after-image of the pattern to a mixture of that, and memorizing certain recognizable shapes (as if playing Tetris).
Diving head first into the unknown, the first time Yuno attempted the difficult hack he was unable to crack it, even if he came incredibly close to it on his last try. Demoralized at first, the hacker made it his personal mission to succeed the next time he came face to face with the hack, taking Dean Watson’s statement about the hack being for more than one person as a personal challenge to succeed on his own. Failing for a second time and feeling even worse than the first time, Yuno spent a couple days practicing the nearly impossible task and eventually developed a technique he felt comfortable with, surprising his crewmates with his confidence when he mentioned that he could do it without back-ups.
On their third attempt, and with two USBs in his pockets, Yuno approached the computer that had caused him such a headache and easily one shot the hack, then used the second USB —which he also one-shot— just to prove to himself that he had conquered the obstacle. Calling himself the Cheat Code (a name he’d always been hesitant to accept), Yuno announced that everyone could rely on him anew.
Although not the best driver in the city, Yuno is good enough to lose cops by himself on most occasions, so long as there aren’t more than a couple cruisers behind him. Inspired by Irwin Dundee, Yuno’s driving style tends to lean towards intricate turns and clever tricks, as opposed to relying on a car’s specific attributes such as speed. Due to his inexperience, however, he struggles to use these aforementioned tricks as he is still relatively new to the city and lacks the street knowledge to find all these “cool” spots; when coached by someone, however, he’s demonstrated in more than one occasion to be a much better driver than he used to be when he first arrived to Los Santos.
To further improve his driving, Yuno became interested in street racing, and often asks for advice from his friend and master driver, Tony Corleone. While not a top racer, Yuno has definitely shown improvement in his driving and has managed to finish a plethora of “open” races despite having a much slower car. Similarly, after a month-long absence, Dundee mentioned how much better the hacker had gotten based on a silly chase they engaged in, where Yuno did some nice tricks and almost escaped on multiple occasions. Watching YouTube “highlight reels” in his apartment, Yuno started learning more and more tricks to aid in his getaways.
With bikes being a common escape vehicle during bank heists, Yuno has on more than one occasion ended up driving motorcycles by himself under extremely stressful situations. Despite being much better on cars, Yuno has proven himself to be quite good at driving motorcycles, showing particular strength when it comes to manipulating the vehicle mid-air during stunts, and has displayed natural prowess with off-roading. However, he still tends to crash a lot and fall down, making it so his escapes are not necessarily clean or they become much more difficult than they need to be.
As of recently, Yuno has become skilled enough to be able to rescue people in precarious circumstances using bikes, despite still disliking them as he is always fearful that he’ll fall down or get tazed.
As he rarely ends up driving a boat, Yuno is quite terrible at it, displaying particular struggle when it comes to turns.
He’s a little better with jet skies, but he’s only ever used them a handful of times.
Having no flying license, Yuno’s piloting leaves lots to be desired, his handling wobbly and his altitude always remaining relatively low. However, he was still able to perform relatively well during the Rainbow Road heist, where he managed to evade bullets, buildings and other obstacles during the escape.
Whether he can still do it after the manufacturer changes remains to be seen, as he hasn’t dared sit on the pilot’s seat since.
With a variety of bike-involving heists under his belt, Yuno has proven to be relatively agile and experienced when using such a vehicle to move around the city and commit crime. After one of these adventures, Yuno reasoned that the fact that he was better than average in controlling bikes mid-air (particularly BMX bikes) was that he had once spent an entire day practicing various stunts with Leyla Nightingale’s assistance, the fact that no one dedicated time to train in the use of bikes making his skills nearly unmatched.
He likes to use bikes for funny escapes, always getting a few extra for the cops so they have a way to follow him and his friends. He’s also started using them when boosting cars on his own, this to prevent himself from getting stranded and so that he can avoid lockpicking other cars. The days he’s not going to be in the city for a long time, he’ll often prefer to use his bike so that he doesn’t damage his car.
Approaching most situations with a “brains over brawn” outlook, Yuno tends to analyze conflict in a very rational and logical way, preferring to avoid unnecessary conflict whenever possible and actively picking certain options (such as never carrying a gun) to reduce the amount of negative consequences he and his crewmates will face. While his opinions are oftentimes overshadowed by bloodlust and violence, the effectiveness of his approach is undeniable as he is often the one person that gets the smallest fines and sentences whenever his crew put themselves in a precarious situation such as shootouts with the police, or potential (useless) gang wars.
During his first time being interrogated, he also displayed deep knowledge of law enforcement, giving enough information to satisfy the officers so they’d get a conviction, while keeping most details secret as to prevent them from using any of his words against him (in the shape of a raid) or his crewmates.
With a network of informants that reaches almost every faction in the entire city, Yuno is often presented with nearly unlimited amounts of information about the various events that happen every day in Los Santos. While most information tends to be relatively harmless and only provide the hacker a good chuckle, people like Riley Carter and Ursula Leichenberg tend to offer him interesting, noteworthy data about heist-related events and clues, which the hacker will easily piece together most of the time as preparation for proper field work.
Constantly visiting points of interest and taking into consideration any slip-ups from other gangs (who tend to tell him everything, even unwillingly so), Yuno is easily one of the best informed individuals in the city when it comes to robberies and illegal activities he can partake in.
One of Yuno’s natural skills and the one that becomes evident almost instantly to anyone who meets him. Despite being relatively shy and awkward, Yuno is quite good at interacting with other people when he needs something from them, be it free food or favors that range from people lying for him, to making people commit violent acts against others or themselves. However, his charisma shines the most whenever he interacts with police officers, who are typically manipulated into thinking that Yuno is innocent, or guilty of less crimes than he really is.
As such, he’s escaped from arrest hundreds of times by just being his charming, sweet self, and he has managed to avoid getting his DNA on file despite multiple officers planning on taking it by merely talking them out of it.
While Yuno is usually considered to be “loose lipped”, he tends to be very good at hiding important secrets from other people, such as the time the Cleanbois got a golden dongle they needed to hide from Chang Gang (who ultimately learned this through a third party). More importantly, Yuno tends to be very discreet in the process of committing crimes, never leaving evidence behind in a manner that forces police officers to catch him in the act if they ever want to capture him.
Discovering all kinds of information every day, Yuno has also come across certain secrets that he’s not supposed to know yet, particularly in regards to Lang Buddha’s various illegal activities (such as weed trafficking, and harboring max-security escapees). However, no one typically knows that he’s learned such facts, for he’s able to read the room rather easily and acts oblivious to any sensitive information.
Despite being generally indecisive and socially awkward, almost since his arrival to the city Yuno displayed a natural ability to convince large groups of people to partake in various activities, giving people tasks and directing everyone to achieve success. As he developed as a bank hacker and partook in dozens of heists, Yuno slowly became more assertive and proved himself to be able to stay calm and collected in dire moments, particularly those when the plans didn’t work or unforeseen situations put everyone on edge. At these times, Yuno is often able to take over the crew and give adequate indications so that everyone can achieve their goals, all while keeping everyone’s particular skills and general approaches to conflict in mind.
Despite being chaotic and generally unpredictable, Yuno has slowly developed very specific sets of behavior during his criminal endeavors. While these patterns are always evolving, their nonchalant and playful nature remains consistent.
Following a series of bank heists, Yuno developed what could be considered a modus operandi for his after-heist endeavors.
While Yuno doesn't despise guns and sometimes shows excitement when using them, he seems to prefer less direct approaches to violence and intimidation, choosing instead more painful, complex and sadistic punishments. Such methods include:
|Notable quotes from Yuno|