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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.

Yuno’s Outfits


"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.

Shy to no ends, Yuno used to really struggle to engage in conversations with other people and would often be fearful whenever the police showed up to any slightly illegal things he did, his words becoming wobbly as he desperately seeked for help from his much more experienced companions. He slowly got rid of this general fear, despite still being extremely careful when committing small crimes alone. When caught, he didn’t (and still doesn’t) hold back from engaging with the officers around, often approaching them with ansty behaviors that would then fool the police into thinking that he was innocent or less guilty than others, a pattern of behavior that he learned to exploit.

Inspired by the famous "Bank Buster" X and by his first bank robbery, where he saw Randy Bullet's skills, he enrolled in a short online course to learn how to hack. Since then, he has proved to be a prodigy in hacking, successfully completing multiple bank hacks on the first try and never failing a single laptop hacking job, earning himself a name as one of the best, most reliable hackers in the city. Benji Ramos constantly refers to him as a "Hacking Savant" when talking to others, stating how eerily amazing he is at it; in similar nature, Lang Buddha often calls him the "Cheat Code" whenever he’s bragging about his crewmate. That prodigal talent has also transferred to his skill with thermite, showing an unnatural prowess and skill, and being able to do it on the first try during his first Vault heist, on all three doors. This record of flawless hacking and thermite-ing would then extend to the next Vaults that Yuno would do. He's so good at it, that out of 10 times he was in the Vault robbery, 7 of them were done only by Yuno. In all "not solo" Vaults Yuno gave chances to try hacking or thermite to others and they succeeded.

Despite his talent, he's often humble about his abilities and will say that he just got lucky combinations and patterns, a statement often mocked or used as material to tease him by his friends, in particular Mickey S, a fellow hacker who will sometimes hold him at gunpoint in an effort to get Yuno to admit to his greatness. He is also considered a "mentor" by other upcoming hackers in the city, most notably Olivia Harvey and Wolfe McCreedy, and he took over mentoring La Flare Davis ever since X left. When asked about his motivations by Ursula Leichenberg, Yuno confessed that the reason he's worked towards being the best hacker is so that other people can have fun and only have to worry about the escape, for they'll know that the hacking is not a concern. This giving aspect of his personality is also reflected in the fact that he'll work with just about anyone, even people who have hurt him in the past, as he believes that everyone deserves a chance to do "cool things" like robbing banks.

Slowly growing more comfortable with hacking —particularly in the Vault—, Yuno became increasingly excited about the idea of hacking the Lower Vault, to the point that he was disappointed when he discovered that the main hack was not too different from that of the other banks. One-shotting it as usual, Yuno deemed the hack “too easy” and settled for waiting for the next part of the Inner Vault. Trying again a few days later, Yuno was able to give the USB hack a try and discovered that it was surprisingly hard, managing to input 11 numbers out of 12 correctly by his last attempt yet failing to complete the hack. Deflated at first, as the nerves washed off and he was able to process his first failure as a hacker, Yuno was able to bounce back up again and became determined to crack the code on his own the next time they tried.

Failing for a second time despite constantly practicing on a phone app, Yuno fell in a borderline dangerous cycle of self hatred (as he felt he’d failed his crewmates) and defeat combined with his resolution to find a way to successfully crack the hack, the idea that it was impossible implanted in his head even as he tried. However, after a couple sleepless nights of practice, Yuno decided to stop altogether and became very confident in his ability to succeed, having found a way that worked for him to the point that he claimed he could do it 99% of the time. With his crew’s expectations growing as the days went by —various external factors delaying their scheduled Vault—, he was finally able to put his technique to test on a sunny afternoon and surprised everyone with how easily (and quickly) he did the hack not once, but twice (just because he could), the stunned Lang Buddha relaying the information to the others over their radios. Calling himself the “Cheat Code” for the first time, the confident and happy Yuno claimed that his friends wouldn’t have to worry again as he was now able to do the allegedly impossible hack.

Despite maintaining his general polite approach to any and all officers he interacts with, as he became a prolific bank robber, Yuno developed a habit of taunting officers he's friends with during heists, leaving sandwiches, pinging them with his location, and even calling them on the phone when they were in front of him, all while pretending that he was elsewhere around the city or at work. Few of his friends like Park Ranger Conan and Irwin Dundee believed he's a psychopath for that (though the latter encouraged this behavior), and this resulted in a semi-playful rivalry between himself and the many officers who became the target of his pranks. These pranks slowed down slightly with voice identification becoming a threat and officers going harder than ever at criminals; however, he still calls a select group of officers he knows will go along with his games (at least to a degree).

In similar nature, due to his growing confidence and desire to further mess around with officers during chases, Yuno slowly became interested in driving, losing the fear of running away whenever he's pulled over and constantly requesting from his heist partners that they let him drive in some capacity. While his abilities still leave a lot to be desired, he seems to get a lot of fun from trying to outrun others, constantly joking around with the officers involved and exchanging playful banter whenever they're close enough to hear him. He's also started setting up his own personal escape plans to just about any crime he commits, picking up Raymond Romanov's habit of hiding bikes across the city just in case. With a preference to cars, this habit would end up being monumental in Yuno's escape during the Rainbow Road heist, as his stashed legal car became a core reason he was able to escape and rescue the rest of his crew before the police found them.

As he continued to develop as a criminal, however, and while still maintaining a lighthearted and respectful stance on police officers in general, Yuno started to become frustrated by the increase in police numbers and their exaggerated response to even menial crime. As such, Yuno decided to finally get himself a legal car to avoid being pulled-over every five minutes, and started to understand Chang Gang's approach at dealing with the police, no longer considering their actions excessive. He also came to understand the idea behind The X Factor organization, even spreading the word of their agenda unprompted. More importantly, he's started to consider the option of shooting officers should the necessity arise, particularly when they mess with their plans or when one of his friends is in danger. This has now extended towards other groups that might pose a threat to them, with Yuno actively carrying a gun when doing Oxy-runs with friends to better help them as a lookout. Still, he continues to go unarmed when alone, partially to avoid the police charges should he be detained, and partially because he thinks whatever happens, he might be able to talk his way out of it.

Getting away with increasingly more severe crimes, Yuno’s confidence sky-rocketed to the point that he sometimes “confesses” to his crimes in full detail to officers he’s just escaped from. This behavior, in addition to his constant “slip-ups” and brutal sincerity has led to several officers to wonder if he’s truly that naive, or if he’s somehow involved in the deeper levels of the criminal world. While some officers seemingly take it all as a joke, some are more serious in their approach.

The first time Yuno actively shot at cops, he did it so Lang Buddha could escape with their Bobcat Security loot, shooting at Air-1 with a pistol until the aircraft was smoking. Not too long after, he accepted joining Lang, Harry Brown and X in a shootout with the police, which ultimately didn’t happen as they were unable to rob the bank they had targeted. Driving around the city for a while in the search for police officers, Yuno grew increasingly impatient to the point that he partook in various acts of terrorism in a desperate attempt to attract the cops, his mind set in the desire to shoot at something as they had already devoted such a long time hunting down officers. Finally locating a police officer (Sam Baas), Yuno aided in his kidnapping and attempted to help his friends as the rest of the officers came to arrest them, only stopping as he and Lang were in a slow vehicle with no chances of escaping.

April: “You just ran over that man who is dead.”
Yuno: “Well, he's dead. What's he gonna do, die more?”

Although Yuno has an alleged dislike for violence and firearms, he slowly developed what could be considered an obsession with burning things, often pouring gasoline on cars and occasionally people, and earning himself a reputation as an arsonist and pyromaniac among his friends and even strangers. He also used to "Reverse Rob" people, via holding someone at gunpoint, "threatening" them to accept gifts, or to eat food that he gave them on the spot (usually sandwiches), and then leave them with a farewell or "Have a good day." In similar nature, Yuno started using the sledgehammer gifted to him by April Fooze for his birthday, quietly threatening people in a playful manner much to the terror of his victims; however, he tries to not take it to major crimes after hearing from John Charleston that this might be considered a weapon and could be seized by police if apprehended.

After living in Los Santos for a while, despite still being kind and caring for others' well-being, he started show less care for strangers and people he knows, but doesn't see as friends (especially in stressful situations), often showing no remorse in leaving others behind to their fates, and maybe even setting them up on purpose. This behavior, however, doesn't come from a sense of self-preservation or cowardice, but is mostly motivated by the pure amusement that these situations provide, demonstrating a particular taste for the thrill and chaos, and a lack of set values or morality. In fact, Yuno often gets purposefully involved in scuffed or dangerous situations just for the fun of it, such as walking in on kidnappings or conflicts that don't involve him in the slightest and joining in on the perpetrator's sides.

His sadistic tendencies then evolved into him enjoying tales of people getting hurt, such as when Emma Gaine told him about an altercation between Dundee and Chatterbox, where the Aussie tortured the clown and his friend and wanted Emma to watch; instead of being horrified (like she expected), Yuno found the story hilarious and "cool", a reaction that prompted the doctor to question if he's okay. He's also started to genuinely threaten people, particularly those who snitch on others, such as Tulip Peach, who told the cops his name after he and his friends kidnapped her for a bank heist. Finally, he grew to become amused with the idea of starting various events where people get hurt, finding particularly amusing those events where people stab or otherwise hurt each other. Once again, this is not driven by malice or anger, but by the fact that he finds these interactions funny.

Following the death of Noyu Sukk, Yuno acknowledged his cruel behavior and tendencies. As he drove away from the morgue with 4T, he realized that while everyone saw Noyu as the "evil" version of him, Yuno had been the one to stage his "birthday party" at the Vault with the sole motivation to get everyone shot, even if most of the victims were his friends. Wondering if maybe he was the evil one, Yuno's concerns were confirmed by 4T, who also mentioned that it didn't matter as long as he had fun.

Recently, after committing road kills (of both animals and locals), Yuno has started to explain to himself that it is natural selection and the only thing he got from that was a “free paint job”.

Beyond general sadism, it has been pointed out by various people in Los Santos that Yuno’s emotional responses to various situations are not “normal”. From his ice-cold demeanor during hacking to the fact that he rarely shows concern for his friends whenever they’re hurt (often just laughing about their pain), to even disregarding serious problems such as Irwin Dundee’s disappearance and various terrorist attacks. While no one has directly confronted him about such behavior, this has led to multiple people to wonder if Yuno would care if something happened to them.

During a misunderstanding between Chang Gang and a fellow hacker with whom Yuno had worked before, Jay Que, Yuno displayed once again little concern for the man’s life even as members of the gang claimed that Jay was going to die. Despite going as far as requesting that they burned him “alive as a prank”, Yuno became confused at the fact that Chang Gang had become so upset and had taken things so far, once more displaying that his sadistic ideas don’t necessarily come from a desire to punish people (despite his nihilistic, “you reap what you sow” mentality), but rather because suffering is hilarious to him.

Throughout his time in the city, Yuno has often proven that his frequent criminal activities are not motivated by the desire to acquire money, instead simply for a personal sense of enjoyment. This was one of many reasons why for a long time, despite having multiple well-paid jobs and often robbing multiple banks a day, Yuno's bank account was more times than not way below average, a fact reinforced by his lack of interest toward Oxy Runs, as well as his generous nature, and his old habit of never collecting his cut out of bank heists.

Despite this general indifference for money, however, Yuno would sometimes express concern and confusion toward his unstable economic situation, acting shocked by the wealth of some of his friends and coworkers, particularly those who don't engage in criminal activities. Before getting his own car, Yuno would often point out how bizarre it was for Kitty Dream, among others, to have the means to get more than one vehicle by merely selling hamburgers and going hunting (observations that he continues to make as of today).

Because of this, Yuno often complains about being broke, even when he has +$100k in his bank account, proclaiming he is "The Broke Bank Buster" (despite no one calling him that) and often asking for free food as he is "down-bad". This behavior is constantly in conflict with the fact that, regardless of his economic status, Yuno more often than not has no problem offering money to his friends whenever they seem to be in need, going as far as emptying his bank account to help his friends out on a couple of occasions. However when a stranger or someone he’s not particularly close to asks, Yuno often prefers to flee the scene stating that he is broke.

Slowly reaching economic stability, particularly after his first successful Lower Vault heist, and due to the endless delays of the Tuner Shop grand opening, Yuno came to the realization that he was less and less excited about the idea of getting himself a fancy, S-class car to cruise around the city. Instead, he decided that he’d slowly spend his money in upgrading his trusted Sultan Mk-III, and he’d use the rest of his money to buy reliable vehicles for his friends, particularly those who didn’t rob banks regularly and thus, had a more limited income than him and his fellow bank robbers. Recruiting the help of Guy Jones so that he could discover which cars his friends liked, Yuno set off to purchase a car for 4T as a first gift, in hopes that the car would be useful for the girl’s taxi service; however, circumstances out of his control pushed him to put the plan on hold and think more about his decision, for he realized buying the girl a car could indirectly aid in harming his friends and fellow members of the Cleanbois.

Yuno is someone who does take a lot of sacrifices for people he cares about.” - Raymond talking about Yuno

Despite his original reluctance to join any particular criminal group in the city beyond small crews, Yuno joined the Cleanbois after a long time of working with them on a regular basis, having proved his worth through his excellent hacking abilities and his natural skill to keep things calm and lighthearted with even the police, and his relationship with the group progressing very naturally —from that of a fan to a trusted member and “femly”—. In particular, Yuno’s mentality in regards to robberies matched perfectly with that of the rest of the crew, their objective always being to have fun and bond over the exciting heists they pull together.

Originally notorious for being friendly with everyone, yet having loyalty to no one, Yuno overcame that particular trait and his habit of freezing during stressful situations and became a highly dependable, ride-or-die member of the squad, never wanting to leave the others behind and doing his absolute best to protect and help out his friends in dire situations. While not skilled enough to pick someone up in a plane, car or bike (on most occasions), he always searches for other ways he can aid even if that sometimes results in bodily harm or a high risk of him going to prison. As such, it isn’t odd for him to jump out of moving vehicles to leave room for the others to be rescued, or run distractions to keep as many cops as possible busy.

Similarly, Yuno is not hesitant to take the fall for other members if the necessity arises. This became evident when he effortlessly assumed ownership of some guns he’d hidden in Lang Buddha’s boat, fully knowing that the officers would try to use this to get to the millionaire at some point, and that if he didn’t speak Raymond Romanov would also be charged with the possession of the weapons. While a direct indication of his devotion to the group, Yuno opted against sharing this information as he didn’t deem it necessary for everyone to know his sacrifice.

Another trait that Yuno is usually known for, yet he has left behind, is his naive habit of sharing secrets and delicate information with everyone. While having no issue “snitching” on himself and some of his fellow criminals in a playful manner, Yuno tends to keep important information pertaining to the members to himself, particularly when instructed to do so. Having a high emotional intelligence and a natural ability to read the room, Yuno also constantly hides information about his group whenever he finds out things he’s not supposed to know, such as when he discovered the fact that Lang was harboring Yung Dab, a known terrorist and max security escapee; other than Raymond, no one even knows that he’s found out such information.

Yuno also displays full trust in various Cleanbois members outside of his inner circle, such as when he supported Denzel Williams’s mayoral race without even meeting the man once, or when he greeted Nino Chavez with excitement and familiar warmth after his prolonged vacation, even if he’d only ever worked with the man twice in the past. Despite his general aversion to even carrying guns, Yuno is often quite ready to point firearms at whoever he perceives are a threat to his friends, particularly when they are carrying valuable items.

After a shootout between Raymond (and some other friends) and members of the Blocks, Yuno was confronted with the fact that buying his beloved friend 4T a car would indirectly put all of his friends in danger (as 4T’s number 1 friend was no other than Mike Block, and she’d do anything for the man including pointing a gun at Raymond). As such, Yuno picked the wellbeing of his friends and their associates over his relationship with the sweet girl, once more demonstrating his commitment and love to his crew.

Background Information

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.

Following the disastrous events of his first day as a criminal, Yuno became hesitant to continue his illegal activities, expressing the need to "turn a new leaf" and get himself a real job. However, given his scarce financial resources and overall inconsistency toward the legitimate jobs he tried, Yuno, under the guidance of Dundee and Benji, soon found himself falling back into the criminal lifestyle, slowly becoming more and more involved in the illegal side of the city, and meeting with all kinds of interesting characters that would help him out and mentor him in various ways. This way, Yuno met X, one of the city’s most infamous criminals, and he gave up on his attempts of being a civilian, fully embracing his desire to be a notorious criminal himself.

A little over a week after moving into the city, Yuno reunited with his long-lost twin sister, Ray Mond, whom he never knew existed. According to her, the two were separated at birth and her existence was kept a secret from him until then. After seeing her face and erratic behavior (randomly punching people near her), he immediately acknowledged Ray Mond’s identity, and decided to bond with her over doing some crime together. After attempting to teach her how to rob convenience stores and failing, Ray Mond accidentally incapacitated him by hitting him with a hammer multiple times, and the two travelled together to the hospital. Spending the rest of the day together, they soon parted ways and, the next day, Ray Mond was picked up by Randy Bullet, who introduced her to the rest of Chang Gang and took care of her from then on.

Despite documents stating that twins were born on January 1st, both Yuno and Ray Mond celebrate their birthdays on a different date. The reason behind this is unclear, however all of Yuno's friends seem to accept that his birthday is on June 4th. This might be related to Yuno not knowing about any of his siblings before arriving at Los Santos, with Ray Mond and himself being separated at birth and growing up in completely different families.

Yuno has a dog named "Bimbus" who seems to be rather spoiled, refusing to eat anything but the finest steaks. He has mentioned that Bimbus’ demand for eating the best of the best is one of the reasons he cannot stop doing crime, as he would not be able to afford them otherwise. With Yuno's frequent visits to prison Bimbus spends most of his time with Deputy Claire Everly, who seems to have heavily bonded with the puppy, even buying him expensive wagyu steaks. Through this, Claire's bond with Yuno has also grown to the point that she considers him as close as a younger brother, and she will often scold him for his criminal activities. This behavior has extended to her wife, Mina Price, and adoptive son, Sexton Hardcastle.

Shortly before his birthday, Yuno learned about the fact that a mysterious man had been impersonating him around the city. When inquiring further, he learned that this man was no other than Noyu Sukk, another self proclaimed long lost twin he didn't know anything about. His real identity, however, was never fully proven, with Yuno often speculating that Noyu might have actually been some form of clone. Meeting the man and messing around with people for a few hours, what appeared to be a fun experience soon turned sour as Yuno realized that Noyu was the complete opposite of him and, more importantly, Noyu was in a mission to ruin his reputation and hurt his friends.

Deciding to deal with the issue during his birthday, Yuno and his friends created a plan in which they'd hold a birthday party at the City's Vault, and coerce Noyu into shooting cops so that they'd kill him; however, things didn't go to plan and Noyu ended up shooting a lot of innocent people and no cops before his arrest. Later that day, Yuno and some friends were called over to the police station to identify the "evil" man, who freed himself and attacked Trooper Olivia Copper and forced her to stab him, Wingman delivering the final blow. Visiting Noyu at the morgue, Yuno and 4T listened to a recording he had left where he explained how his perspective had changed throughout the days, and how he believed Yuno had managed to forge strong friendships with lots of nice people. As the message ended, 4T and Yuno said their goodbyes and cremated the body themselves.

On June 23rd, 2021, Yuno received a phone call from Fiona Stewart, who was trying to adopt as many people as she could fill the void that Marlo Stanfield, her fiancé, was leaving by ignoring her. Offering Yuno a spot in her family, the hacker easily accepted the offer and gained an adoptive mother and a bunch of adoptive siblings, including his beloved friend Gloryon and some police officers, all of which having their own family and indirectly making Yuno a distant relative of various interesting characters.

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.

Yuno also once claimed on one of his bank statements that a man called Ninja called him his “boyfriend” and helped him acquire sponsor money. Whether the man really exists or it was a fake story to evade the IRS remains unclear.


Current job positions held:


Work history:

Momentous Dates and Changes to Yuno's Professional Life
Workplace Date Previous Position Details Result
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.



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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:

Plate: 4J3217X2

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.

While the car is registered exclusively to Lang’s name, the man has made it clear that it belongs to him as much as it belongs to Yuno, Tony and Raymond.

Plate: V78QW4D5


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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.

The house is owned by Lang Buddha, Tony Corleone, Raymond Romanov and Yuno Sykk.

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.

Product Details Description Manufacturer Price
Air Force Yuno

"+5 Bank Hacking."

(Weight: 3.00)

A pair of white sneakers with glowing green soles. Dexx Martin $ 200
Known Owners
Bimbus Oil Painting

"An adorable immortalization of Bimbus in the form of an oil painting."

(Weight: 3.00)

A painting commission in warm hues of brown and orange depicting the fluffy Bimbus as he stretches. Yevgeni Ivanov $ 1,600
Known Owners
Yu-Know Cards

A collection of multiple collectible cards to play "Yu-Know" with.

(Weight: 3.00)

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
Sykkedelic Joint

“Oh Jesus!”

(Weight: 3.00)

A 2G joint currently sold at Dean World. Rooster's Reef Undetermined
Yuno Toy
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.


Yuno’s Crews


Being a fan of the crew since his college days (back when they were known as the Leanbois), Yuno's first interactions with the group was through the employees at the Rooster's Rest, who would sometimes offer their advice and services (such as cleaning his marked bills in exchange for a lower cut). Following Yuno's first hacking job, Lang Buddha recruited him for their first heist together as a last minute resource, not being able to get in contact with other hackers and having heard of his alleged natural talent. Despite the initial scepticism (particularly from Tony Corleone and Raymond Romanov), Yuno's ability did not disappoint and he soon became Lang's main hacker for a number of heists, including his first incursion on the City's Vault where he also demonstrated unnatural skill at handling thermite.

Through his frequent involvement with the group, Lang's fondness for Yuno continued to grow, especially after Yuno visited him in jail when he was "Wrangled", and when Yuno jumped after him when he fell off a bridge (while they were getting ready for a heist). This display of friendship and loyalty led to Lang telling him that if Yuno continued trying to save his life, he might end up becoming a Cleanboi himself. Following the Rainbow Road heist, Lang's trust in Yuno skyrocketed to the point that he outwardly expressed how he refuses to go to the Vault without him.

Deeming Yuno their "Cheat Code", the crew soon became determined to take him to any new heists that become available in the city as they became confident Yuno would be able to handle any new security system they run into. Such was the case of the Mjolnir heist, where Lang, Tony and X teamed up with the Angels to protect Yuno. Despite Yuno’s continued reluctance to shoot, the Cleanbois and Angels still acknowledged the importance of bringing him along as they needed to guarantee that they’d succeed in the hacking. Although they were unable to get to the hack, the group bonded over the experience and grew closer together.

After completing many heists with Lang, Tony, and Raymond, and despite already being considered a part of the family, Lang officially extended an offer to Yuno to join the Cleanbois on May 27, 2021, which Yuno accepted. Following this, the hacker has become more careful with whom he shares any new information he discovers, oftentimes keeping everything secret until he's had the time to share any new intel with his crew. Similarly, despite his general reluctance to shoot or put himself in irrationally dangerous situations, Yuno has slowly become more willing to defend his crewmates and will often act more aggressive towards those he perceives are a threat to either his core group, or their allies.

In need for a trusty four door to do crime in, they got themselves a "family vehicle", a suit-up Stratum they use to cruise around the city and taunt officers, always "nos-ing" away to the iconic "Empty beds" soundtrack. Days later, on June 22, 2021, Lang struck a deal with Dean Watson and acquired the Clean Manor, which is set to belong in its entirety to Lang, Tony, Raymond and Yuno as soon as they’re able to pay the $3,000,000 castle. Meant to be a meeting spot for them and their closest friends to meet, as well as engage in various ventures such as Tony’s fine dining experiences, the house provides a safe place for them to relax and plan out their next moves. They tend to call it home.

Overcoming various obstacles together, the rest of the Cleanbois have shown in multiple occasions their absolute faith in Yuno’s abilities, and deep respect for his personal motivations and objectives. This became clear when they tried hitting the Lower Vault, where despite the fact that Yuno failed on multiple occasions, Lang, Tony and Raymond insisted that their hacker tried again and celebrated with him when he finally succeeded on his own. In similar nature, when the bank security systems were enhanced, none of the members ever doubted that Yuno would adapt relatively quickly and continuously encouraged him even as the hacker kept putting himself down.

They are all incredibly fond of each other, their relationship based on absolute trust and a deep understanding of everyone’s character, their weaknesses and strengths, and their personal needs whenever they interact. Often sharing lighthearted banter and tender chatter, the group displays a synergy that other crews struggle to achieve. They consider themselves a family, going to great lengths to protect each other from the police or any other threats. Whenever they are together, they suffer from unnatural levels of scuff.

Soy Gang

The Soy Gang, or Soy Boys, were a loose group of individuals that occasionally hung out together to do crimes, joyride, rob houses, and hunt for Black Panthers. The initial crew was brought together by 'Irwin Dundee, but it was unofficial until Benji Ramos named it and delegated the leadership role to Jean Paul. It became official with confirmation from Benji and Yuno despite the reluctance from the other two to join.

With all four members eventually getting into bank robbing, the group naturally developed the desire to rob a bank together, the opportunity arising after Yuno and Dundee robbed a Fleeca bank with Humberto Antonio Donato Pecorino and Tony Corleone, where the pair successfully acquired a blue dongle. Deciding to use it in conjunction with Benji and X, the group quickly gathered together and messily prepared a simple, risky and very fun escape plan, changing clothes so that they all looked like various versions of Yuno and driving north towards Paleto. There, Yuno easily hacked the bank as X and Benji negotiated with the police, and soon they were all back in their car, with Dundee masterfully driving back to the city where he'd eventually lose seven cruisers and Air-1 in one of the last escapes in the city where the criminals managed to out-drive the police force.

Making their way towards Grapeseed, the group of friends changed into four different cars and separated for the evening, all of them buzzing with energy and preparing to do more heists together. However, with Jean Paul's frequent cruises out of the city and the remaining members busying themselves with their own groups, the energy grew cold and was eventually shattered as X had to flee from the city, the dream of hitting the Vault together vanishing in thin air.

While X was away, Yuno, Dundee and Benji would often recall their adventures together fondly, and often expressed bitterness over the fact that they could never have more adventures together.

However, the dire state of their team wouldn’t last forever as X had managed to outlast all his warrants and thus, was able to return to Los Santos. Greeting him fondly and unable to say “no”, Dundee and Benji tagged along with the crazed hacker and robbed the Vault together (the results poor yet their happiness unmatched), then continued to hang out through the days. Going on plenty jobs with X and furthering their friendship, Yuno tried in multiple occasions to catch all their members awake at once so that the four of them could rob a bank at last, with menial success as they had all fallen on different schedules. Unwilling to let go, and wanting to hang out with Dundee, Yuno was determined on his mission to gather together the crew when he learned that Dundee and Benji were not on good terms. In fact, they were at war. Listening to both their perspectives and trying to offer advice, Yuno bitterly accepted that, even if they were all back in the city, a reunion would be unlikely and they would probably never rob again as a unit.

Team Rocket

A group of friends with roots that traced all the way back to the "Rust Island", a dystopian place of war, terror and degeneracy. There, Lang Buddha, Jean Paul and Mickey S came together in what would later become the Team Rocket, a group that took supremacy over the island with the help of their gun distributor, Yuno. They would later reunite in Los Santos with a certain objective in mind: to perform the most insane heists they could, the likes of which no one else dared for they lacked the resources and the bravery (and foolishness) to attempt them in the first place.

As such, Team Rocket's first (and only) heist consisted in a series of robberies they named "The Rainbow Road" heist, during which they'd rob a Fleeca bank, Paleto bank, and the City Vault in quick succession, without ever storing the loot or evading the police altogether. With each member providing different resources and aiding to the adventure financially as best as they could, the crew came up with a grandiose plan and soon started their adventure.

Hitting a Fleeca bank in Sandy Shores (which Mickey hacked) and then Paleto (which was X's domain), the group drove in the middle of a thunderstorm towards the City Vault and Yuno conquered the entirety of the bank by himself in a series of one-shot hacks and thermites. With their loot secure, they then drove off to the side of a mountain and sent X's car into the ocean, got on a boat and sailed towards a military carrier, where they all got in water airplanes and flew away. With Yuno and X taking all the heat and getting shot at, X jumped off the airplane into the sea (where Lang later rescued him) and Yuno took it upon himself to lose Air-1 and the Bumblebee, getting to his car and rescuing the rest of the members so that they could all go to a clothing store and change. Driving to the Digital Den as the sun came out, the crazed robbers split their loot and discussed their next adventures.

Taking up Mickey's idea of losing the cops by jumping off Mount Chillead in BMX bikes, the crew came together again in an effort to practice the precarious jump, unable to fully do the heist as Paleto was in the middle of restocking. Having a hilariously dangerous adventure, the crew decided to leave the robbery for some other time and regretted not doing it sooner when Jean Paul was deported. In honor of what Team Rocket once was and what it could have been, Yuno invited Mickey over to perform a variant of their plan with Tony Corleone and Raymond Romanov, an event that sent all of them to the hospital and then to prison and yet, they still felt it was a victory as they had successfully done yet another crazy heist, albeit not with the team they had hoped for.


Yuno’s Allies


Despite not interacting with them during their illegal endeavors initially, Yuno slowly befriended all three founders (Cassie Cupcake, Claire Seducer and Violet van Housen), as well as 2/3 "honorary Angels" (Randy Bullet and Flippy) and Alexander Campbell. Because of his close relationship with Claire (supporting her in her crazy ideas), she has, on more than one occasion, offered to have his back, a sentiment shared by the majority of her gang. With the Angels starting to hit banks on their own, they came to consider the idea of bringing Yuno along for some jobs together. This then evolved in the Angels teaming up with Yuno's crew during the first Mjolnir heist, where the group teamed up with X, Lang and Tony to protect Yuno; although their mission failed (with almost everyone lying unconscious and the loot remaining untouched), the event brought Yuno and the Angels closer together.

With the Angels’ continuing to grow and their connection to the Cleanbois always evolving, both groups have become what could be considered “sister gangs” and often share information and resources to one another, having little to no hesitation to work together and showing deep trust between their members. While still unable to work with them on a regular basis due to his own packed schedule, Yuno has expressed his desire to help the Angels hit the Vault in more than one occasion, even suggesting to hit the lower area once he and his crew have figured it out themselves, an offer Claire seems interested to take, asking the hacker to come along for their first time hitting the lower Vault. Following Tony Corleone’s efforts, Yuno seems to also be keen in stealing Alexander Campbell away from this group and turn him into a member of the Cleanbois.


As X's friend, Yuno has recently come in contact with various members of the Ballas, particularly Outto-Tune Tyrone and Mando Thompson, both of whom are very interested in robbing a bank together with Yuno. They are very kind to him, leaving him alone whenever he is doing Oxy and even offering him some help. Both Mando and OTT have bought bags of dirty money from Yuno. Following Mando’s capture, Yuno became saddened about the fact that the group would be down bad for a long time, and tried to find little ways to help them bounce back.

Mando has expressed interest in the Ballas hitting banks once again, asking Yuno for his help should they get their hands on a green dongle, a request the hacker was happy to oblige, sharing with the man some tips on how to get dongles from convenience stores.

Natural Born Crackheads

In need of a hacker to perform their first bank heist ever, the group contacted Yuno for help and he accepted with ease, even when he doubted their plan and thought that their violence towards officers was unwarranted. Despite everyone telling Yuno the NBC were terrible criminals, he agreed to be their hacker once again as he was trying to encourage more people to become bank robbers. The second heist was less violent, but landed both Guy Jones and Yuno in prison. Bonding over the experience and appreciating Yuno's willingness to keep working with them as their hacker, Guy promised to have his back and told him he was now an honorary member of the NBC. Finally succeeding on a heist together, the rest of the group recognized Yuno as one of them now, and would often interact with him in friendly terms.

After Yuno was robbed of his Vault loot by Mike Block, the group offered their help despite the association between the NBC andBlocks. While Guy Jones immediately offered to shoot them, both Yuno and Peanut opted to talk things out first, Peanut even helping Yuno to get in contact with Mike, and putting up a good word in his regards. Guy agreed to wait for Mike's decision regarding Yuno's offer to hack for them in exchange for the loot, telling the hacker he would go after the Blocks if they ended up keeping his money.

Outside of doing bank jobs, Yuno has started partaking in some of their crazy (and fun) schemes, such as the Hunger Games event they organized together, where they forced people to kill each other. Inspired by their energy, the hacker would then invite them to his own events of similar nature, such as his Shoe heist, where he threw over twenty people to their death at Mount Chillead, and his Vault birthday party, where he manipulated his twin, Noyu into killing over a dozen people.

Following their continued friendship, and with the NBC slowly climbing up the ranks of the criminal world, they started planning to do the Vault together, a dream that came to fruition with Lang Buddha’s help in what would then become an alliance known as the “Natural Born Cleanbois”, or NBCB for short. This, in addition to various favors Lang did for them and the fact that Yuno believed in them when no one else would, lead to the NBC promising to help the Cleanbois in the future with whatever they needed, their sharpshooting and planning skills an incredibly valuable asset as they’re often on par with the best of the best. Because of this, Yuno considers them to be one of the top 3 gangs of Los Santos.

After their collective arrest, for which they were charged with the 9s, various members of the NBC contacted Yuno to talk and update him on their situation. Once they were free, they exchanged pleasant conversations with the hacker and Yuno promised Guy Jones that they’d hit the Vault again when the time was right. Wanting to help Jones out as he was in debt from the hefty fines, Yuno took him along with Raymond Romanov for a quick Jewelry Store robbery.

Always having Yuno’s back since he was one of the first few criminals that believed in them, the members of the NBC constantly help him out whenever he gets in trouble (particularly with the Blocks) or needs advice, and have constantly mentioned that if they and the Cleanbois ever fell in conflict, they wouldn’t go after him in the slightest. In similar nature, Yuno often coaches them about new heists around the city, and offers to aid them in whichever way he can. Whenever they work together with Yuno, they like to prepare the escape plan before they even get together so that Yuno doesn't have to worry about anything but hacking.

Discovering that Yuno was generally deflated about hacking as the security systems had been enhanced, Guy Jones, Pilbis Shonley and Salem Barghouthi practically kidnapped the hacker and injected him with a mixture of Guy and Salem’s blood and some meth, this in an effort to reignite his passion for heists. Despite the questionable results, the members of the NBC deemed Yuno an official crackhead and now their “blood brother”.

Prune Gang

After semi-violent encounters with Mel and Eugene, Yuno befriended all the members and often goes on somewhat insane and nonsensical adventures with them. He's very respectful to them, and tries his best to avoid calling them "old". Following Eugene’s help in providing an additional red dongle for the Cleanbois to hit the Vault, Yuno promised the man to help him hack anything he needed.

The Families

Following a series of misunderstandings and set-ups, Yuno found himself in the middle of a gang war between GSF and the Chang Gang, which concluded when he was forced to set Summer Mersion on fire (an event that resulted in the beginning of his pyromaniac strike) in revenge for the injuries sustained by his sister, Ray Mond. Following the incident, the GSF decided to leave him alone (becoming a little scared of his instability), and Yuno decided he didn't trust any of them, often warning people of the "green beans".

After the opening of Dean World, Yuno made amends with Summer and Marlo, and now became a partial business partner to Dexx, who created a line of shoes that included a model named after the hacker, the "Air Force Yuno". They have recently started considering the option of robbing banks together with Yuno, with Summer eventually asking the hacker for information on how to get a Green Dongle to get started on the process.


As a close friend of their "vice el Jefe" Benji Ramos, Yuno often interacts with members of the Vagos and is in generally good terms with them. That said, he tends to rob houses in their neighborhood despite their warnings, often pretending that he's looking for Benji when he's caught, and fleeing from the premises as quickly as possible. Yuno has offered more than once to hack any bank for Carlito, an offer Carlito still has to take on. When they started thinking about hitting the Vault, Yuno provided them with all the information they needed.

During their war with Chang Gang, where the hacker decided not to take any side yet semi-assisted Chang Gang, Yuno called Ash Ketchup to warn her about the fact that she was being hunted.

One day, as Yuno was driving around the South Side, he stopped to witness a few police cars surrounding a group of criminals, where one of the criminals (Carlito) ran to the hacker's car and took him hostage. Recognizing his kidnapper's voice, Yuno went along with the kidnapping, using his car to flip the Vagos' faster getaway vehicle and coming along for the ride (while still pretending to be kidnapped). As they drove, he gave Carlito comms and tips which ultimately helped the man escape the police. Knowing the Vagos had recently hit the Vault, he offered to tell them all he knew about the Lower Vault whenever Benji was around.

Learning about the war the Vagos were holding against the BBMC, Yuno contacted both sides of the issue and immediately sided with Benji, seeing as his group hadn’t been the one to start the conflict and the man was rather saddened over the fact that Dundee had favored a prospect over him, his oldest friend. Regardless, Yuno didn’t get too involved with the issue and instead let the two men resolve their problems with each other, the war ending shortly afterwards at the cost of Benji and Dundee’s friendship.

Yuno often blames them for whatever issue arises in his day-to-day life.

Bondi Boys MC

Being the former mentee of the club's founder and President, Irwin Dundee, and friend with a good number of their members, Yuno used to be one of their common associates when the club had just been formed, often helping them in various escapades, and the external hacker they called the most for their heists. Back when the club was just starting they gave him a vague invitation to prove himself and join their club, an invitation that was quietly withdrawn by Dundee as he understood that it'd be selfish to try to limit Yuno's group of friends to just the BBMC. Still, most of the members are fond of him and they have made it clear that he can rely on them, and hang out with any of them whenever he wants.

Following the disappearance of Dundee, Chain shared all the information he had with the out-of-the-loop hacker, who’d just returned to the city after a short trip. While some of their members expressed confusion in the hacker's lack of involvement after Dundee’s disappearance, none of them made many efforts to involve him in the investigation, leading the airhead hacker to entertain himself with other activities.

The day Yuno reunited with Dundee the hacker explained he tried to follow some leads on the man's disappearance to no avail, agreeing to spread the word about the PD's involvement in Dundee's attempted murder. Knowing the BBMC has not yet been able to hit the Vault, Yuno offered Dundee his assistance as the group had gotten their hands on a couple of red dongles. The man then invited the hacker to tag along for a Paleto heist despite the reluctance of his right hand man and husband, Barry Benson, who was not impressed by Yuno's response to Dundee's disappearance and even mentioned how Yuno never invites them for heists as his main arguing point. When the Paleto heist fell through as another crew beat them to the bank, Yuno hung around with a few of their members, joining them for a brief hit on a 24/7.

When the war between the Vagos and the BBMC started, Yuno contacted both sides of the scuffle and listened to their perspective of the conflict, partially siding with Benji Ramos from the get-go as Yuno believed the bond Benji and Dundee shared was more important that their respective gangs. Being of the opinion that the BBMC should just hand Chain over to stop the silly conflict, the hacker decided to stay out of the situation as it didn’t directly concern him, and kept on friendly terms with both groups, as well as the BBMC members that had decided to leave (Riley Carter and Malakai Anderson).

Hogs of Anarchy

First meeting during a house robbery, the criminals decided to help each other out and left on good terms. They'd cross paths again at the apartments, where they mistakenly kidnapped him along with a couple they were after. Recognizing him from their previous encounter and realizing he didn't know the people they had originally planned to take, Julio, Hades and Kaleb decided to let him hang out, and Yuno even helped them intimidate (and ultimately, burn alive) the hostages.

They reencountered months later, when Yuno and his friends were on a terrorist streak in an attempt to gather police attention. Stepping out of their tavern, Julio and his friends walked up to Yuno and Harry Brown and complained about their repeated attacks on the nearby gas station, requesting that they kept it down since the HOAs didn’t want to deal with the police.


As a close friend of The Nerds, Cleanbois and Lang Buddha in particular, Yuno is relatively close to the terrorist organization despite not knowing anything about them at all. Following Yuno’s multiple displays of loyalty, as well as a series of events that have led to Talon increasing their activities, Lang has started considering to share information about the group with the hacker, not so he can join but so that, if something terrible were to happen, his sweet friend would know what led to his demise.

Despite being kept in the dark, Yuno has discovered a plethora of information about the group’s mission, particularly because everyone at Clean Manor talk about it aloud as they assume he knows.

The X Factor

Irwin Dundee's pet project and his personal interpretation of the evolution of the Soy Gang. Coming up with the idea after a chat with Yuno himself, Dundee is searching to honor X's spirit by killing and terrorizing the police force, recruiting Benji Ramos' help for the organization. While he hasn't recruited Yuno for the actual organization, Dundee pitched in the idea that Yuno should start trolling the cops by pinging them to random locations during chases, and leave behind extremely illegal items to show off how dangerous they really are.

Following their first attack, executed by Guy Jones, Yuno continuously fed the cops false information to aid his friends, then made sure that the culprits had managed to escape. At the scene, Yuno spread the concept of the organization to a handful of people with excitement.


Due to his close connection to Lang Buddha, Yuno has slowly grown closer to the other two members of the organization to the point that they don’t mind his presence during serious meetings. With both Leslie Lingberg and Dean Watson considering him an innocent, happy-go-lucky young man, it is unclear what the businessmen think of Yuno, Lang’s comments about Yuno being a genius heavily contrasting with the perceived image of a clumsy, easily distracted, mischievous criminal. As Yuno came closer than anyone else to solve the lower Vault USB hack by himself, Dean acquired newfound respect for the young hacker, his perception of Yuno switching to that of a worthy rival.

The Chaos (Demons)

Initially dragged along by Irwin Dundee to meet these mysterious figures, Yuno know them to be dealers of just about anything illegal. Despite their initial dislike for his carefree personality and habit of giving them sandwiches, the demons have warmed up to him and even contacted him directly with an offer to give him thermite, should he gather enough red dongles. Their Leader has also started to call Yuno "[his] helmet boy". They still hate his shoes, however, and will steal them from him at every meeting. They believed that Yuno would became one of the best Thermiters before he even used them because how good he was at the time at hacking.

When preparing for the Mjolnir heist, Chaos repeatedly told certain members of the groups involved (particularly Lang Buddha and Jean Paul) that Yuno would be the key to their success (and that they needed to keep him safe); while the meaning of their words remained ambiguous, most groups interpreted it as a reference to the hacker's uncanny hacking abilities. In the briefing provided to all three groups, Chaos made a note about how "3 crews = 100% success", which Yuno understood as them working all together to get the loot. Unfortunately, and despite Yuno's best efforts, the message fell flat and Chang Gang chose to act on their own, leading to a monumental defeat on all sides.

Over a month later, when Yuno saw them again as he and his crew were purchasing molotovs, radios and ammo, the hacker noted that they no longer commented on his shoes. A couple days later, however, he met them again and was robbed of his shoes once more; however, he was quick to notice that the Demon masked leader was a lot more playful than he’d been in the beginning.

Yuno is rather close to Chaos’ middlewoman, Carmella Corset.

The Guild (The Nerds)

Former coworker with most of the members at the Rooster's Rest, Yuno calls almost all of them by their chosen names and often drags select members into his illegal activities. He interacts the most with Gloryon and Leyla Nightingale, even teaching the latter how to do an Oxy-run and giving her 10,000 dollars in the process. Following a pretty awful day where Yuno lost his first couple races and ended up in prison, they arranged a small collect for some money to help the hacker get out of debt and un-impound his car (He refused to accept the money). Following Yuno's acceptance into the Cleanbois, certain members of the Guild have started to get closer to him when they weren't before, such as Yeager Demonblood.

Yuno is now Gloryon’s adopted brother, as well as a distant relative of Leyla, Bjorn and Lando. The rest of the members of their group consider Yuno and Raymond Romanov to be their cousins.


Neutral Parties

Chang Gang

Despite his initial disapproval of their generally violent nature, Yuno became friends with many of their members and associates (including his twin sister Ray Mond), and frequently engages in heists and activities with one or more of them. He was also on their side during a gang war with the GSF. Being particularly close to Mickey S, Randy Bullet and Ramee El-Rahman, Yuno is under the protection of the entire gang in most aspects, a fact most criminals around the city are aware of to the point that almost no one messes with him in fear of suffering the consequences. In turn, Yuno will often favor them and provide them with information whenever he can help them, such as warning them whenever a rival gang might want to hit a bank Chang Gang has been preparing for.

However, despite the friendly relationship with the hacker, Chang Gang demonstrated relative animosity during an incident where Yuno’s crew (more precisely, Tony Corleone) was forced to take Uchiha Jones as a last minute hostage for their Vault heist, this while the man was on his way to a date with April Fooze. Caring about their member (who they’d known for years and considered family), Mr. K instructed Ramee to put up a $30k bounty on the heads of "whoever was robbing the Vault", all while not knowing the identities of the robbers beyond vague hunches and a couple off-handed comments by Curtis Swoleroid, who mentioned Yuno was probably part of it as he previously heard the hacker talking about it with Randy. Learning about the identity of the entire crew from Uchiha, the hit was taken off and the gang decided to deal with it themselves, Mr. K, Ramee, Taco, and Uchiha kidnapping Tony and forcing him to pay the ex-hostage $10,000 as compensation. This, in addition to Yuno apologizing and explaining the context of Uchiha's kidnapping (how they did not have a choice as the cops found out about their heist sooner than expected), led for Mr. K and the rest of Chang Gang to not hold any grudges against Yuno or his crew, having friendly interactions with both Yuno, Raymond and Tony shortly after.

However, consequences of the hit they'd put up followed through, with Yuno getting robbed of close to 140,000 dollars by the Block Gang. This led to a variety of responses from Chang Gang members, with Ramee offering his help if needed despite being directly involved in the situation, as well as Randy, Garrett and Ray Mond offering Yuno help (while unaware of Chang Gang's involvement). As for Yuno, he never learned of the gang's direct involvement in his unfortunate encounter with Mike Block and the rest of his gang, nor did he particularly care as he opted to merely forget about the incident and move on with his life without getting involved with the dangerous robber.

Once the situation calmed down altogether, Yuno continued to interact with members of the group separately and in small crews and he showed in more than one occasion that he was semi-loyal to Chang Gang, who’d done so much for him when he was new to the city. This became evident when the hacker convinced a group he was with of not hitting Paleto bank when Chang Gang was about to do it, making it clear that he’d stay out of any conflict as he was on their side. His position didn't change even after the Mjolnir heist, where Chang Gang went against Yuno's group and the Angels (who were teaming up with them). As for Chang Gang, while they specifically targeted him as the opposition's main hacker, none of the members involved had any bad blood with him afterward.

Soon, however, tensions started rising again following the discovery of golden dongles, an event that started a rivalry between the Chang Gang and Cleanbois (with whom Yuno worked often), both groups racing to see who will get to the deeper level of the Vault first. However, the spark of conflict was quickly extinguished as their race was halted due to city scuff for almost an entire month. Finding the first Green Keycard in the city since the dongle drought started, Yuno kept the information a secret from his friends even when suspected that they’d gotten it, a phone call from earlier telling them that Yuno’s crew had found a truck (a phone call in which the young hacker tried to share that they’d found more than one truck, which then turned into an invitation to witness the purest form of scuff in the city).

Becoming an official member of the Cleanbois, Yuno also started to share less and less information with them despite still considering them "his boys", often working his way around their questions and giving half-truths whenever he’s asked about their progress, his behaviour making Ramee lament that Yuno didn’t tell them the truth anymore. Still, Yuno constantly tried his best to involve them in multiple situations, for he believed they all deserved to have as much fun as he and his crew do. After the two groups managed to use their golden dongles, they admitted to their success and to the fact that none of them really knew how to get through the next gate, a short-lived truce as both of them came to discover the next part at almost the same time. Soon after, however, Chang Gang stopped caring about sharing information with Yuno in particular as they’d failed the USB hack and doubted they’d be able to do it anytime soon, with Randy going to great lengths to try to train Yuno on what to do. Following Yuno’s failure, Randy became even more encouraging of his friend, and he and Mickey tried to cheer him up, behaviors that were immediately frowned upon by Mr. K to the point that he demanded that no one shared anything else with Yuno as he believed the Cleanbois were abusing their information to “get things handed over to them”.

Regardless, Randy in particular didn’t seem to particularly care and he would still contact Yuno often, if only to share details about their days with each other and encourage one another on rough patches. Because of this, and despite not picking any sides per se, Yuno once aided them in their conflict with the Vagos, tagging along the bloodthirsty gang members to make sure that, if anything were to happen, someone would be there to pick them up and take them away before the police arrived and arrested them.

In similar nature, and having an overly simplified version of facts, Yuno once contacted Ramee to talk a little about the USB hack (with the man wishing him good luck on his second attempt), then shared the fact that a hostage they’d used during their latest lower Vault robbery had talked to them and shared detailed information about how to get past the keypads section of the Vault, a fact that was not necessarily appreciated by Ramee. A few hours later, Yuno received a phone call from Jay Que, who’d been Chang Gang’s hostage and had just been threatened because of what he did, the violent gang demanding that Jay somehow acquired a golden dongle in the next couple hours if he didn't wish to die.

Disregarding the man’s concerns and convincing Raymond Romanov that there was nothing they could do other than give in or fight (neither of them options the rest of their group wanted), Yuno contacted Ramee again to clear out why they were so upset, then even went as far as request that Ramee set Jay on fire as a prank, showing how little he really cared. While playful as he talked to Yuno, Ramee and subsequently, Mr. K weren’t happy that the Cleanbois weren’t giving in and considered messing with their Vault attempt or maybe even kidnap Yuno or Raymond, ultimately deciding to let everything go as it was clear they wouldn’t succeed. Despite his understanding of why Chang Gang weren’t happy with what had happened, Yuno later confessed to Randy that he couldn’t comprehend why they were so upset to the point of wanting to kill Jay. Brushing off the incident as it didn’t concern him, Yuno went on to chat with his friend as usual, neither of them giving much thought to the incident as they talked.

With tensions rising again as Cleanbois became interested in hitting the Yacht (which up to that point, only Chang Gang had managed to do), a new spark of conflict ignited between the groups after a series of bizarre incidents that snowballed into the more violent gang wishing to hurt and perhaps even kill the Cleanbois and their allies. Suspicious when Yuno tried to innocently invite Randy to hang out, Mr. K and Ramee grew angry as they learned that Mickey had not only spent the day with Yuno, but had robbed a Fleeca with the pacifist hacker as well as Lang Buddha and Nino Chavez, their hilarious adventure turning sour as the veteran members of Chang Gang beat Mickey up and ordered him to stab Yuno the next time they met. Encountering the kind hacker later that night, Mickey lured Yuno to a dark corner and quickly informed him of his gang’s intentions, and Yuno tried to pretend that Mickey had successfully fulfilled the order with menial success. Watching as Randy, Ramee and Mr. K shot Mickey up, Yuno tried to spin the situation around in an effort to keep the atmosphere light and thanked the other gang members for “saving him” from Mickey, the group driving away with his injured friend shortly after, and Yuno deciding not to share what had happened with his own crew as he didn’t want to add fuel to the fire.

However, the events from the previous evening didn’t remain silent for too long, with Yuno finding an injured Mickey on the front patio of Clean Manor. Asking what happened, the hacker soon discovered that his friend had been thrown off an airplane onto the Manor, a quiet statement of how they felt about Mickey not going through with the orders. With Yuno parting to attend to some compromises, Mickey was left to figure out the situation by himself (aided with advice from multiple members of Cleanbois), and the man eventually decided to leave Chang Gang altogether as he wanted the freedom to hang out with Yuno and other friends and do silly bike escape plans without having to fear the consequences. After Mickey’s departure from the group, the rest of the Chang Gang resumed their friendly approach to Yuno, offering help and advice whenever the hacker asked for it.

Peace, however, didn’t last long and Chang Gang tried to initiate a war once again merely a few days later, this because several of Lang’s associates had beaten up a troublesome Wu Chang artist who had continuously tried to bring down Lang. Arriving right as the conflict was ending, Yuno became very confused when he spotted a plethora of people on both sides holding guns and yelling at each other, the hacker opting to stay on the sidelines as he had no ways of helping with the situation. When everything defused and a tense calm had settled between the members of the Cleanbois and their associates, Bjorn informed Yuno of everything that had happened and the hacker became even more confused about Chang Gang’s aggression, kidnappings and threats of war.

Knowing Lang's stance in the Cleanbois being considered a gang, and his desire to keep things quiet, Yuno never really shared with Chang Gang the fact that he became an official Cleanboi, despite the fact that Chang Gang always suspected it. Originally deflecting questions about that by stating that he merely works with Lang rather than accepting that they’re a crew, Yuno outwardly implied that he was a Cleanboi during the conflict with Jay Que, where he justified his disinterest with the fact that Jay wasn’t part of their group. However, he still denied the fact that he belonged to the group when Randy called to directly ask him about it.

Condemned MC

Dubbed as “Condensed Milk Club” by Lang Buddha, the motorcycle club declared war on all the Cleanbois members following an encounter where the group tried to rob Lang and Harry Brown, the altercation ending up in a shoot-out where Harry, Gloryon, and three members of the CMC ended up being shot down. While Yuno has never met them, he was told to be careful of them as they wouldn’t hesitate to attack him.

Sometime later the tensions between the groups were resolved, members of the CMC reaching out to smooth things over and to return the stolen items.

International Burger Society

Friends with Shelly Smith, Scruffy Doodle and Taylor Briggs since before the group existed, Yuno once gifted Shelly with a gold bar he got at the Vault. The next day, he helped her sell it at the Fence to cover some of the money she lost after a big fine, product of an altercation she had at Rooster's Rest where she kidnapped clients and employees, killed a hostage and shot at police officers (details she didn't share with the hacker). It is unknown what their opinion about Yuno's loyalty to Lang Buddha is, and it's unclear if the cult ever plans on sharing their nature with him. As for Yuno, he remains friendly with the trio and often tries to help them.

Blaine County Sheriff's Office

As with any law enforcement department, Yuno holds them in high regard and tries his best to be sweet and compliant to their orders. He is relatively close to Deputy Claire Everly, who is playful and acts like an older sister to him, Captain Cletus Cornwood, who tries to convince him to straighten out his life, and Sam Baas, who believes Yuno is one of the nicest people in the entire city, yet at the same time is trying to investigate Yuno for his regular crimes.

Coincidentally, most of Yuno's arrests have been at the hands of BCSO officers.

Los Santos Police Department

Frequently encountering plenty of their officers during his illegal endeavors, Yuno tries to always be kind and give them gifts as he understands that their job is quite stressful. More than anything, however, he does this in order to avoid convictions and fines. He is close to Officer Tyme Reducer, Officer Dan Faily (who has bizarre conspiracy theories about Yuno), and he is a close friend of Officer Garry Berry, who believes Yuno is a sweet, innocent guy who just hangs out with the wrong crowd.

San Andreas State Police

Friends with half of the department, Yuno looks up to them and considers them the calmest, nicest officers. He is friends with Trooper AJ Hunter (whom he taunts constantly during chases), as well as Lead Park Ranger Ziggy Buggs (who taught him a deadly technique on the bike/ATV) and Park Ranger Conan Clarkson (who is obsessed with catching him after a series of bank heists but is still his friend). He's mentioned that his cousin, Yewno, was interested in becoming a Park Ranger himself.


Block Gang

Block Gang

Yuno first met them outside the apartments, Yuno was one of many victims robbed by them that day. The second time they crossed paths with Yuno was when he had been hanging out with Ash Ketchup outside apartments after another head pop of that day. Originally thinking that he was being mugged, Yuno soon found himself (and Ash) being kidnapped, with Mike Block claiming that Ash had "snitched" on him, for which he wanted revenge. As Yuno tried his best to establish some kind of communication with them, Mike and Ro Block kidnapped Annie May and forced Ash to drive herself and Annie into a gas station, all while forcing Yuno to record everything at gunpoint. After being let go, Yuno contacted both Ash and Annie and discovered that they were scared of him, for they believed he'd enjoyed everything too much. This, in addition to his friendship with Benji Ramos (Ash's partner), led Yuno to decide that he would rather avoid any involvement with the group. Yuno, however continued being quite nice to them, still paying the "Block tax" without hesitation, and offering to hack for them after buying a stolen VPN from one of their associates, Hunter Skye, aka, Wingman, who Yuno slowly befriended.

A few weeks later, after hearing from Wingman and Ronald Otterman that Yuno was preparing to hit the Vault, and with Chang Gang putting a hit on the bank robbers, the group went on the hunt for the Yuno's crew, catching the unarmed hacker as he was leaving the Casino after changing clothes and robbing him of $100,000 in inked bags and 4 thermite charges (worth at the time 8k each). Although not happy with the loss, Yuno asked his friends to stand down, figuring diplomacy would get him the best outcome. After a talk with the NBC he managed to get a call from Mike, and he offered to teach them how to rob banks and work as their hacker in exchange for the stolen loot. Mike then asked for a couple of days to think about it, giving back one of the explosives as a show of good faith.

With Mike Block taking some time to think of the offer, Wingman decided that he really wanted to rob banks together with Yuno (even if it's without his gang), and he expressed remorse for helping in robbing Yuno of such a huge loot. Two days after the date they'd agreed upon, Block finally contacted Yuno and took him on his offer to rob banks, promising to give him one of the bags ($50,000) back, and keeping the other one until they made a lot of money together. However, with Yuno being always busy and having no particular interest in the money (even suggesting that Block gave it to Wingman instead), this deal came to a halt and despite Mike Block's best efforts to threaten Yuno into meeting up with him, the man was always left hanging. Continuing on his usual murder and kidnapping endeavors, Mike Block ultimately landed himself in prison and was raided, the money ending up in some evidence locker, and the deal vanishing as Block became unable to fulfill his side of the arrangement. Despite all this, Yuno expressed that he still wished to rob a bank with Block, if only one where he wouldn’t feel some kind of pressure from the man.

Following Wingman’s departure from the violent gang, Yuno was suddenly contacted by Mike Block after an exhausting Vault robbery. Meeting up with the man under a bridge (with Raymond Romanov hiding in the premises as a back-up in case it was a trap), Yuno heard as Block pretended that he had only lost half of Yuno’s money and was willing to give it back in exchange for a small favour: he needed Yuno to rob a bank with Wingman, then lure him to a location where Block would kidnap him and torture him for information as to who had “snitched” on him, explaining that someone had told Wingman how Block had been trying to get him fired from the Burger Shot.

Suggesting that they tried to talk it out or not involve him at all, Yuno told the man he’d think about his offer, with Block threatening to rob him every time after a Vault robbery or just make his life a living hell in general. Seeing Yuno's reluctance, the man agreed to give him 12 hours to accept the "offer", promising even direr consequences should Yuno tell Wingman about Block’s plans for him. Leaving the meeting with the resolution to not hurt Wingman and try to find another way to obtain the information, Yuno went on with his life and forgot about the encounter until a few weeks later, when Mike Block abducted him from the apartment’s parking lot.

Driving to an empty parking lot, Block ordered for Yuno to call Wingman in an effort to set the man up and plant 9s-worthy amounts of drugs in his pockets. For good or for bad, Wingman was nowhere to be found as he was out of the city, and Yuno soon found himself in the awkward position of having to wait for Block to figure something out, constant threats and demeaning comments being thrown against him as they sorted out the situation. Taking the hacker to Pillbox with dubious intentions, Block’s alternative plan was also frustrated and the man finally decided to drop Yuno off, telling him to be ready for when he located “Pillbot” to mess with him. Harassing Yuno over the phone multiple times during the evening —particularly after Lang Buddha retaliated against the attacks on Yuno and X— and even kidnapping Peaches Hayabusa in an effort to get to the hacker, Block became increasingly frustrated at the lack of aggression from Yuno to the point that he threatened a gang war should Lang not call him directly.

Informing his friend of Block’s demand and preparing for the Vault robbery that he, X, Lang and Harry Brown had scheduled, Yuno tried to forget about the experience and pretended that he was about to rob a Fleeca when Block called him to bother him about the “Pillbot” again, the man immediately catching onto the fact that Yuno was about to go on a heist. However, with Ursula Leichenberg’s help, Block was able to deduct that Yuno was at the Vault as soon as the news reporter informed him of the ping she’d gotten, the man and his crew taking advantage of the fact that there were no cops outside the building just yet. Hijacking the heist and holding Harry hostage (taking over the crew’s own hostages as well), Block caught Yuno and X as they were getting done with the hacking and took the three men downstairs, the intention being to take all of their money for themselves. Realizing that there was another criminal somewhere in the building, Block and one of his associates left, tasking Henry Block with looking over the hostage/robbers and returning a couple minutes later only to discover that Henry had somehow ended up being the hostage in the situation.

With the Cleanbois and X manipulating the situation to get themselves some time, and with the police arriving and taking advantage of the fact that the two Blocks left upstairs were severely unprepared for the event, Mike Block was soon trapped in the lower area with Yuno, Harry, X and their hostage, Henry. Hearing as everyone upstairs got into a shoot out, blaming Yuno for the turn of events and pretending that the hacker was responsible for his own foolish decision, Block soon headed up the stairs and tried to get away by pretending that he had been a hostage all along, getting into his car and trying to escape once he heard that the cops were going to search him. With the man neutralized, Yuno and his friends did their best to engage with the police and, after a brief negotiation, X managed to secure them all free passage to their car, driving away to the sound of Block and his associates angrily demanding for the cops to shoot the original robbers as well.

Some time after they had successfully escaped, Yuno was contacted by Block (who had been let go for unexplainable reasons) and was once again harassed into accepting to help the man deal with Wingman, the hacker growing tired of being kidnapped and forced into awkward situations, all because of someone he wasn’t necessarily the closest to. Days later, Block contacted Yuno after a shoot-out with Raymond and Dundee, where the hacker provided him with some information about the culprit, then talked about the Wingman situation in amicable terms. Offering to help Yuno rob any bank robbers that were interfering with his own heist plans, Block finished the civil conversation as Yuno wished him good luck in his little war. It is unclear whether or not the respectful behavior will prevail.

Criminal Record

MDW Profile

Photo Outdated
License 0 points
Vehicles Sultan MkIII - 0 strikes
DNA Not on file
Taken from the Bobcat Security scene by John Charleston on June 15th, 2021[1], the officers involved forgot to add it into the database.
  • Investigation for possible gun trafficking (by Sam Baas).
  • Possible investigation for underground connections (by Dan Faily).
Summarized version of Yuno's Criminal Record
Charge Count(s)
Attempted Murder of a Government Employee 6
Burglary 2
Criminal Possession of a Firearm (Class 1) 7
Criminal Possession of a Firearm (Class 2) 3
Evading 4
Failure to Stop 1
Felony Obstruction of Justice 1
First Degree Robbery 2
Grand Lacerny 1
Joyriding 5
Kidnapping 19
Leaving Without Paying 1
Misdemeanor Possession of Controlled Dangerous Substance OXY / METH 2
Possession of Band of Notes and Small Band of Notes 1
Possession of Dirty Money in the First Degree 1
Possession of Dirty Money in the Second Degree 2
Reckless Driving 1
Reckless Evading 3
Resisting Arrest 10
Robbery 8
Second Degree Speeding 1
Street Racing 1
Tampering with a Vehicle 1
Trespassing 2
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.


Date Officer Lawyer
06/16/2021 Deputy Sam Baas N/A
Incident: Bobcat Security Heist
Motive for interrogation After being arrested by Ranger Tessa Lamb, Yuno tested GSR positive during a violent crime, was carrying a molotov, and three Class 2 firearms were found at Lang Buddha's boat at the scene.
Police objectives Captain Wrangler wanted to connect the firearms to Lang. Sam Baas wanted to know what happened and gain intel on the process to break into the security building.
Testimony Yuno was relatively honest, claimed self-defense to explain the GSR result, and claimed possession of the weapons to detract them from being linked to his crew, declaring that he found both the guns and Molotov inside the facility (a claim supported by his widely known pacifist behavior). He also said he wanted to sell the weapons to get enough money to buy a fancy car.
Result Yuno pleaded guilty and was sent to prison with a reduced sentence. The guns couldn't be directly connected to Lang.

However, since Lang's blood was found in the building, Wrangler decided to put more resources into tailing the millionaire to build a stronger case to "bring him down".

Given Yuno's off-the-record "admission" of intending to sell the weapons, Baas is now open to investigating the hacker's bank records as this gave him probable cause.

Criminal History

Registered Crimes
March 2021 [Arrests: 2] [Jailed: 2]
Date Charges Sentence Fine
  • Burglary x 1
Jailed for 12 months. $900
  • Evading x 1
Jailed for 12 months (Reduced to 10 months after plea deal). $900
April 2021 [Arrests: 10] [Jailed: 7]
Date Charges Sentence Fine
  • Reckless driving x 1
Probation for 30 days. N/A
  • Criminal Possession of a Firearm (Class 1) x 1
  • Joyriding x 1
  • Trespassing x 1
Jailed for 26 months. $1,950
  • Second Degree Speeding x 1
  • Failure to Stop x 1
  • Joyriding x 1
  • Reckless evading x 1
(See "Warrants" for details). $2,625
  • Criminal Possession of a Firearm (Class 1) x 1
  • Kidnapping x 1
  • Possession of Dirty Money in the Second Degree x 1
  • Resisting Arrest x 1
  • Robbery x 1
Jailed for 63 months (Reduced to 55 months after plea deal). Parole: 126 months (Executed: 106 months). $4,725
  • Accomplice to Kidnapping x 3
  • Accessory to Attempted Murder of a Government Employee x 5
  • Resisting Arrest x 1
  • Robbery x 1
Jailed for 89 months (Reduced to 55 months after plea deal). Parole: 178 months. $22,275
  • Resisting Arrest x 1
  • Trespassing x 1
Parole: 20 months. $750
  • Joyriding x 1
  • Resisting Arrest x 1
  • Reckless Evading x 1
Jailed for 30 months (Reduced to 20 months after plea deal). Parole: 60 months. $3,725
  • Accessory to Kidnapping x 2
  • Accomplice to Robbery x 1
  • Joyriding x 1
  • Reckless Evading x 1
Jailed for 62 months (Reduced to 25 months after plea deal). Parole: 124 months (Executed: 50 months). $5,430
  • Evading x 1
  • Kidnapping x 1
  • Possession of Dirty Money in the Second Degree x 1
  • Resisting Arrest x 1
  • Robbery x 1
Jailed for 63 months (Reduced to 53 months after plea deal). Parole: 126 months (Executed: 106 months). $4,725
  • Accomplice to Kidnapping x 4
  • Criminal Possession of a Firearm (Class 1) x 1
  • Grand Larceny x 1
  • Misdemeanor Possession of Controlled Dangerous Substance (Oxy/Meth) x 1
  • Possession of Dirty Money in the First Degree x 1
  • Resisting Arrest x 1
Jailed for 87 months (Reduced to 60 months after plea deal). Parole: 174 months (Executed: 120 months). $9,950
May 2021 [Arrests: 5] [Jailed: 4]
Date Charges Sentence Fine
  • Street Racing x 1
Jailed for 21 months. Parole: 42 months. $1,575
  • Burglary x 1
  • Evading x 1
  • Resisting Arrest x 1
Jailed for 24 months. Parole: 48 months. $1,800
  • Felony Obstruction of Justice x 1
Parole: 48 months.

(See "Warrants" for details).

  • Evading x 1
  • Possession of Band of Notes and Small Band of Notes x 1
  • Robbery x 1
Jailed for 32 months. Parole: 64 months. $2,400
  • Kidnapping x 1
  • Resisting Arrest x 1
  • Robbery x 1
  • Tampering with a Vehicle x 1
Jailed for 51 months (Reduced to 50 months after plea deal). Parole: 102 months (Executed: 100 months). $3,825
June 2021 [Arrests: 7] [Jailed: 5]
Date Charges Sentence Fine
  • Accessory to Kidnapping x 1
  • Accessory to Leaving Without Paying x 1
Jailed for 22 months. Parole: 44 months. $1,560
  • Accomplice to Kidnapping x 1
  • Accomplice to Robbery x 1
Jailed for 39 months (Reduced to 5 months after plea deal). Parole: 78 months. $2,925
  • Criminal Possession of a Firearm (Class 1) x 1
Time served (Supposed to have been 29 months in jail and 14 months of parole). $525
  • Accessory to Attempted Murder of a Governement Employee x 1
  • Accomplice to Kidnapping x 2
  • Criminal Possession of a Firearm (Class 1) x 1
  • Criminal Possession of a Firearm (Class 2) x 3
  • First Degree Robbery x 1
Jailed for 115 months (Reduced to 100 months after plea deal). Parole: 230 months (Executed: 200 months). $13,825

(Meant: $13,875)

  • Criminal Possession of a Firearm (Class 1) x 1 (Accidentally charged. Meant to be First Degree Speeding)
N/A $0

(Meant: $525)

  • Resisting Arrest x 1
Jailed for 5 months (Reduced to 4 months after plea deal). Parole: 10 months. $375
  • Accomplice to Kidnapping x 2
  • Criminal Possession of a Firearm (Class 1) x 1
  • First Degree Robbery x 1
  • Resisting Arrest x 1
Jailed for 56 months (Reduced to 40 months after plea deal). Parole: 112 months. $5,250
July 2021 [Arrests: 3] [Jailed: 2]
Date Charges Sentence Fine
  • Accomplice to Kidnapping x 1
  • Accomplice to Robbery x 1
  • Resisting Arrest x 1
Jailed for 44 months. Parole: 88 months. $3,300
  • Joyriding x 1
N/A $525
  • Criminal Possession of a Firearm (Class 1) x 1
  • Misdemeanor Possession of Controlled Dangerous Substance (Oxy/Meth) x 1
Jailed for 14 months. Parole: 28 months. $1,050
Total Times in prison: 20 Months in prison: 672 Fines: $98,690
Unregistered Crimes (Approx.)
Charge Count(s)
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 Kidnapping 13
Attempted Murder 97
Attempted Murder of

a Government Employee

Burglary 89
Criminal Possession of a Firearm (Class 1) 14
Criminal Possession of a Firearm (Class 2) 2
Criminal Possession of a Firearm (Class 3) 1
Drug Manufacturing 1
First Degree Murder 35
Fraud 25
Grand Larceny 13
Grand Theft Auto 17
Impersonation 42
Joyriding 179
Kidnapping 85
Money Laundering 23
Obstruction of Justice 11
Poaching 5
Reckless Driving 85
Reckless Evading 57
Robbery 45
Using Illegal Firearms 17
Vandalism 25


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.


When preparing plans on his own, Yuno tends to come up with crazy ideas that typically highlight the absurdity of certain police SOPs, while always trying to provide some fun for the officers involved.

Yuno’s Plans
1st Plan - June 19th, 2021

The Car Graveyard


Heist: Fleeca
Crew: Jay Que, Mayumi Himura, Raymond Romanov

Because of the fact that police officers are very keen on shooting any and all tires the moment criminals swap into a secondary escape vehicle, Yuno determined that the best approach to deal with such a conundrum was to get as many cars as he could humanly gather and distribute them across a wide area in an effort to confuse the officers and have as many options as possible to escape. In his own words, "they can't shoot all the tires".

Set up:
Picking the Vinewood Bowl as a location for the plan —for officers didn't typically patrol the area, therefore they couldn't find their plan before the heist started—, Yuno started to lockpick all the cars he could find in the Observatory parking lot and placed them on the adjacent hill, a barrier in between preventing easy access to the location. Having nearly unlimited time as Raymond was busy with other endeavors, Yuno continued adding vehicles of all kinds to his pile of cars in an effort to provide as many options as possible.

External Addition:
Remembering that Jay and Mayumi had hidden a couple motorcycles somewhere in the city earlier, Yuno suggested that they added those vehicles to their ever growing graveyard to use them as the main getaway vehicles, this in an effort to increase their chances of escaping.

Losing the cops with relative ease, then finding them again, the crew drove to the location with only one cruiser tailing them and, as they swapped into their bikes, Yuno tried to encourage Officer Carter to get out of his car and start popping tires. However, his efforts went to waste as Carter was alone, and he didn't want to risk getting shot, making Yuno's plan practically useless at that point.

Everyone managed to escape with the loot. However, the plan wasn't necessarily used.

2nd Plan - July 8th, 2021

Law Abiding Cyclists


Heist: Fleeca
Crew: Lang Buddha, Mickey S, Nino Chavez

Being pulled over for seemingly no reason and learning that he had been driving a few miles past the legal limit, Yuno decided that he wanted to rob a bank while following every little traffic law, preferably while using a fast car as to trick the officers initially and provide them with a good laugh.

External Addition:
Bringing up his idea to Mickey, as he knew the man enjoyed silly heists like that, Yuno became enthralled by Mickey's own plan to use bikes to escape from the cops, and the two decided to merge their ideas into what would hopefully be an amusing heist.

Set up:
Buying personal bicycles at Vespucci Beach and stealing a handful more for the officers (to even out the playing field), Yuno and Mickey set the two wheeled vehicles at the bottom of the radio tower, right behind the Vinewood Sign. Inviting Lang and Nino to join them, the quartet searched for a Prius or some other slow vehicle, then managed to locate a Stratum to fulfill their dream. With their personal bikes set up, the group gathered the bikes for the cops and carried them on their laps as they drove to the bank (in order to prevent scuff), not even bothering to change or mask up.

Leaving the bank slowly and driving at 32mph, the group made sure to stop at every red light and look both ways before every turn, soon arriving to the radio tower and leaving the bikes for the cops behind, then jumping into their own bicycles and pedaling away. Nino and Mickey managed to escape with relative ease, whereas Yuno and Lang became the target of two interceptors, multiple cruisers and a very agile Kael Soze on a bike.

Pitted until Yuno went down, Lang was soon captured after a short foot chase and the two were put in custody, Mickey soon joining them after his failed attempt to kidnap a DOC and exchange her life for their freedom. Nino, however, managed to escape with all the loot. As such, the plan was successful.

3rd Plan - July 20th, 2021

24/7 Deliveries


Heist: Gruppe Truck, 24/7
Crew: Hunter Skye, Ravi Patel, Raymond Romanov

First idea:
Encountering the one and only Ravi outside of Benny’s and discovering that he was interested in crime, Yuno decided to take the man along for the bank truck robbery he and the others were about to commit. Realizing that delivery trucks are green (much like the security trucks), Yuno got one of the vehicles so that when they were taking the bank truck, they could try to gaslight the attending officers into believing that the two trucks were the same type, Ravi’s presence adding to the story.

Finding the security truck after many trials and tribulations, the group traveled in a caravan towards the delivery spot, Yuno tailing behind the truck (with Raymond and Ravi) and Wingman keeping a safe distance in a Bison in case things went South. Arriving to the spot without any police officers attending the crime, the disappointed Yuno decided that they should at least try to prank some officers with the two trucks before he came to a realization.

Second idea:
Having just acquired a safe cracking tool, being in the possession of a delivery truck, and having Ravi right by their sides, Yuno concluded that the most logical thing to do would be to rob a convenience store with the clerk-turned-criminal.

Acquiring a Stratum to use as a back-up escape vehicle and finding a store Ravi didn’t particularly like, the quartet entered the store and swiftly cracked the safe open, with Wingman hiding in the roof in case things went awry and Yuno and Ravi examining the merchandise in the back of the truck as Raymond transferred the supply boxes to the back room. As no police showed up, the group decided to run it back and went to another convenience store, one that would hopefully attract the attention of the cops. Mingling with some Burger Shot customers as they awaited for the cops, the group soon came to the realization that the officers were probably too busy to care about trucks and stores.

Everyone managed to escape with the loot. However, the plan wasn't necessarily used. Ravi promised to be around in case they wanted to try it again someday.

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.

Yuno’s Escapes
Note: only includes the chases that lasted more than a minute where Yuno was the driver all the way through, that were not directly related to heists.
1st Escape - April 19, 2021

Oxy run


Passenger(s): none
Vehicle: Stratum
Officer(s): Lenny Hawk

Reason for pursuit:
Joyriding, 2nd degree speeding.

Reason for escape:
Yuno was about to start an Oxy run and couldn’t leave the car, therefore he decided to drive off even if the officer had offered to let him go with a warning (as long as he ditched the vehicle).

Initially driving around the Southside and making his way to the freeway, Yuno took a jump into the canals and tried to dodge the officer for a short moment in order to get some distance. Finding an exit into the train yard under the freeway, and thinking he was trapped, Yuno took a jump over some trains and succeeded in getting over it, whereas Officer Hawk became stuck on the other side of the carriage. Driving away as fast as he could, Yuno parked his car in a bush in Mirror Park and called Irwin Dundee to request for a pickup as he realized the car would be flagged and easier to stop during his Oxy run.

Yuno successfully managed to escape from the cops. Officer Hawk wrote a warrant out for Yuno, having identified him through his voice.

2nd Escape - April 20, 2021

Serving a Warrant


Passenger(s): none
Vehicle: Comet SR
Officer(s): A.J. Hunter, Olivia Copper

Reason for pursuit:
Serving a warrant.

Reason for escape:
Having acquired his first warrant the previous day, Yuno was spotted by Trooper AJ Hunter as he left the apartments, then later at the Burger Shot when he was trying to lockpick a car. Determining his warrant to be mildly excessive, the trooper offered him the chance to get the warrant dropped if the criminal managed to escape from him in a car of his liking.

Driving through Little Seoul and passing by Legion Square, Yuno frantically made his way to the Southside and got himself stuck in the Grove Street cul-de-sac. In desperate need of gas, the troopers offered him a second chance as long as he went along with them to the gas station, sharing a light conversation with him as they filled their tank. Ready for the pursuit again, Yuno drove around the area for a short while and quickly realized that his car was faster in the straights than the troopers’ cruiser, making his way to the Senora Freeway and building up some distance before pulling over into a bush near the prison. Unsatisfied at the “cheap” trick, Yuno requested for a rematch that AJ refused, and went on with his day as normal.

Yuno successfully managed to escape from the cops and his warrant was dropped.

3rd Escape - June 26, 2021

From a Race into a Chase


Passenger(s): none
Vehicle: Sultan MkIII
Officer(s): Sam Baas

Reason for pursuit:
Street racing.

Reason for escape:
Being Baas’ primary target from the first lap of the race onwards, the officer waited until the race was over to get aggressive at the novice racer. Excited about finishing the race, Yuno nonchalantly took on the challenge of losing the two cruisers behind him in order to wrap his night up in a victory.

Finishing the race at the Palomino Freeway gas station, Yuno cheerfully shared the fact that he had finished with the officers, then drove away from their first attempt to box them, going back to the city and getting brutally pitted on accident by Baas on the highway exit. Getting out of the second box attempt, then a third one, Yuno continued circling around the freeways and gained a lot of distance before spinning out. Being passed by the two cruisers (who were on the way to an urgent call), Yuno hid under a bridge for a short while before determining that the chase was effectively over.

Yuno successfully managed to escape from the cops. The officers didn’t pursue any further action, even if Yuno’s car was identified.

4th Escape - July 1st, 2021

Saving the Arc


Passenger(s): Irwin Dundee
Vehicle: Lynx
Officer(s): Lenny Hawk

Reason for pursuit:
Breaking and entering, joyriding.

Reason for escape:
Craving the excitement of their old adventures, Yuno requested for Dundee to call the cops to the house he was about to rob before entering, the Aussie complying fully and mentioning in his 911 message that Yuno was the culprit of the crime. Briefly talking with his friend after getting out of the house, Yuno soon got behind the wheel as the sirens approached them.

Getting out of the apartments driveway and immediately getting pitted, Yuno made his way through the Del Perro area as Dundee called Malakai Anderson for back-up. Sliding around as he was not used to the car, Yuno swiftly made his way to the Pink Cage area and tried to lose the cops by making sharp turns and moving through parking lots and alleyways. Avoiding repeated attempts at boxes and continuing to juke the stern officers to the best of his abilities, Yuno pulled over at his spot in Power Street and Hawick, then continued driving for a bit before settling on going back to the apartments to get in their back-up car, the officers’ aggression discouraging him from playing around any further. Swapping to his Sultan as Dundee got in Malakai’s Comet, Yuno narrowly escaped from the bullets aimed in his direction and hid for a bit before calling Dundee to make sure that he’d successfully escaped.

Yuno successfully managed to escape from the cops, albeit not through “pure driving”. Officer Hawk purposefully called his car out as a “black Kanjo”, putting an end to the pursuit altogether.

5th Escape - July 22, 2021

Mission: Rescue Salem


Passenger(s): Salem Barghouthi
Vehicle: Sultan MkIII
Officer(s): Matt Rhodes, Aaron Byson

Reason for pursuit:
Obstruction of justice, accessory to attempted murder of a LEO.

Reason for escape:
Having been wrecking chaos and evading the police for a few hours,Yuno picked Salem up from Pillbox, right after the man and Pilbis Shonley had shot some cops and Guy Jones had attempted to rescue them, making their escape imperative.

Being pulled over by Rhodes seconds after picking up Salem, Yuno made up a story and started driving away through Mission Row, casually talking with Salem as he tried to juke the officers. Accidentally angering the cops and learning that Salem had been the one to shoot three of them, Yuno went through a squeeze behind the Ammunition then made his way to Olympic Freeway, soon arriving at the construction site and making some maneuvers in an effort to confuse the cops. With his trick failing, he decided to do yet another squeeze (one by the La Puerta Freeway in which he passed right next to a tree) through which he briefly lost the cops, then started driving away and learned that the primary unit had somehow found him again. Heading back to the freeway intersection and building some distance, Yuno hid behind a bush for a split moment and watched as the cop passed them, reason why he drove off westbound and learned that no units were behind them as he made his way to Vespucci beach, then to Great Ocean Highway so that they could go to Paleto and change.

Yuno successfully managed to escape from the cops. The officers didn’t pursue any further action against Yuno, even if Byson was personally certain of his identity.

Yuno’s Favourite Tricks
Note: only includes tricks that Yuno has successfully done more than once, which he has used during escapes (bank heists or otherwise).

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.

Modus Operandi

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.

  • Calls officers mid-heist/crime or chase.
  • Pretends to have narrowly evaded being a hostage to ward off suspicion of his involvement.
  • Leaves a sandwich or burger at the LSPD, or feeds them to the officers at the scene.
  • Pings officers a location mid-chase, and then leaves food behind in said location.
  • Impersonates other criminals, such as X, Randy Bullet and Ramee El-Rahman.
  • Performs targeted punishments towards officers he knows, such as forcing Randy Wrangler to hug him and forcing AJ Hunter to pick up the bank's money for him.
  • Generally teases and throws jabs at the officers, albeit not in a mean or ill-spirited way.

As of recently, he's stopped doing most of these acts for he has been performing high-level heists, and cops have been particularly ruthless. Whenever he does his usual pranks, it's always with officers he personally knows.

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:

He has also recently started showing interest towards knives and other sharp objects, and he was eager to try the "Block special" (which consists on forcing a victim to drive into a gas station) until Hunter Skye helped him fulfill this fantasy during his birthday.


Notable quotes from Yuno
  • "I'm a bit self-conscious."
  • "I have no eyebrows." / "I, uh, I don't have eyebrows."'
  • "Oh Jesus!" / "Holy jesus!"
  • "Free food!" / "Free car!"
  • "I'll tell you what, I got like three sandwiches from the officer when I got arrested, so I think—you know—mission accomplished."
  • "Excuse me, I'm robbing that house. I'm sorry."
  • "I think I need to turn to a new leaf."
  • "Is this worth anything?"
  • "We’re gonna be rich."
  • "Wait?! Cars can break?"
  • You got some sandwiches?”
  • "Yu No who the best janitor is, right? Yu no. That's— that's me."
  • "That was clean!"
  • "They definitely don't know your name, I just said it like 5 times."
  • "Owa Owa?"
  • "I've been caught zero times, plus one." / "—plus two." / "—plus three." / "—plus four." / "—plus five." / ""-plus six.""
  • "I don't believe in seat belts. They chafe me."
  • "I've never even seen that much money!"
  • "I'm Bob." / "My name is George."
  • "I’m not very religious but I say Oh Jesus sometimes."
  • "No, no, I never steal. Me stealing? Look at me, look at me. Do I look like a criminal?"
  • "They are not damaged, right? I padded them with cheese."
  • "You're not getting a job what are you talking about."
  • "We're gonna do crime."
  • "Uh uh, seven days a week. Certified criminal."
  • "This dude's following the law, what a maniac!"
  • "I'm pretty sure if she kills me I'll be dead."
  • "I just bought 32 sandwiches."
  • "I get robbed like, three times a day."
  • "What do you think of pouring gas on the hostages as a prank?"
  • "I'm busy being burned to death."
  • "I think I'm about to throw up"
  • "Did it on the first try!"
  • "Would you like some sandwiches?"
  • "You are crazy Dundee! You are crazy! — I'm gonna do that next time, i like that."
  • "I don't care too much about the money."
  • "Look, the only thing better than being number one is if you help your friend become number one"
  • Dundee: "Yuno, my car has never made me sad, but my friends have". Yuno: "Yeah so have mine... But that doesn't mean you have to make anyone else sad right?"
  • "Sometimes you gotta break some eggs to make an omellete."
  • "Don't taze me. I'm allergic to electricity."
  • "Eat this sandwich or I'll shoot! I'm insane!"
  • "Do it officer! Uncuff me and taze me!"
  • *Ash gets shot at work* Yuno:"They don't call us the Burgershot for nothing!
  • Dundee: "You gotta aim for the best or die like the rest, Yuno." - Yuno: "If you aim for the best you go to prison the longest."
  • "Is that a bike? No that's a cactus..."
  • "Back to ban-- back to bank to back..."
  • "...The hostage ruined my joke... Why aren't we shooting her?"
  • Lang: "I love you." - Yuno: "I lbsabhsadg." - Lang: "Just say it, it’s very easy!" - Yuno: "I lovjrheeheh mmadvjv."
  • "Is that a Comet SR?"
  • "Excuse me sir, I need you to die."
  • "We treat our hostages with care."
  • "I don't do LSD I'm clean!"
  • "Between you and me.."
  • "This hostage's brain might be soup if we don't go soon."
  • "That was me. Allegedly."
  • "So you're telling me, I gather all my friends for 2 hours, my car got destroyed, the cops pit me, I went to prison and I got 0 GNE?!"
  • "Do you have something against chickens, officer?"
  • "I don't eat chicken, I'm allergic."
  • "Hold on, I can't hear you over the burger I'm eating."
  • "If you ever need a hacker..."
  • "I'm gonna go try and get beaten up or something."
  • "Look Shelly, you know who the real criminals here are? The cops."
  • "Do it! I'm Crazy!"
  • "Have a great day officer!"
  • "Wicked!"
  • "No, no I'm not a murderer. Not that anything is wrong with being a murderer..."
  • "Thanks Dundee, glad I met you."
  • "MY CAR!!"
  • "I got this job through pure nepotism."
  • "I'm counterbalancing the weight of the truck with gyroscopic dance moves."
  • "We’re probably going to die, but I’m hoping the cops come with us."
  • "I was trying to throw the bike off the window, but I threw myself."
  • "You know, someone once told me something... When a rope breaks, you can't put it back the same, and it gets a little shorter each time"
  • Claire: "Patience is a virtue." - X: "Patience never got me anything except for fucking high blood pressure." - Yuno: "And anxiety for me."
  • "Don't do a murder, get a burger."
  • "This is gonna be great, we're gonna watch them stab each other."
  • "What are you, healthy or something?"
  • "That person must've ran a red light."
  • "I'm just a hacker for fun."
  • "Oh my God, we forgot about the hostage."
  • "I wonder how many innocent people will get shot down out of pure coincidence."
  • "You know how people crush cans to recycle? I’m here for the body!"
  • "They’re all about protecting the people. So, you know, if they give me more laptops then less people will die … unintentionally"
  • "I was busy beating up my evil twin's dead body and setting it on fire."
  • "Maybe I'm the evil clone, you think? I mean I did get all those people shot up at the bank...Nah, nah couldn't be."
  • "You know.. we were more similar than I thought— Well, except I'm not dead."
  • "You’re a scumbag, man! But good job!"
  • "Can you turn off the helicopters? I'm allergic to helicopters."
  • "What? That’s it?"
  • "Why would the Vagos do this?"
  • "We've been celebrating pride month, we been dancing!"
  • "Other than the fear of finally failing a hack and letting everyone down, I'm great."
  • "I'd rather beat Dean Watson at his own game."
  • "See you later, stepmom!"
  • "Look I'm an actual mountain expert, they call me the mountain goat."
  • "And I thought I was the psychopath..."
  • "Well, now I just have to lose you guys and I'll be good, right?"
  • "It's the Cleanbois manor. You gotta lean."
  • "I don't know how to tell you this.... I got fired and you guys left the door unlocked."
  • "I thought you wanted us to blow up, though."
  • "Well, he's dead. What's he gonna do, die more?"
  • "Cheat Code’s back, guys. Sorry I made you wait so long."
  • "We can't get recklessly evading if we don't recklessly evade!"
  • "Jesus, you're a psychopath! But that's a good thing."
  • Ghost Hunter: "If it's trying to kill you, I exorcise them." - Yuno: "Exercise them? Look, exercise kills me too, but that's not what I'm looking for."
  • "How am I supposed to scam you if I don’t have to pay you?"
  • "I don’t even think an elongated square is an actual shape, I think you just call it a rectangle at that point. It’s literally not a square; squares have to have the same length sides. It’s literally not a square by the definition of a square! How does that make any sense!?"