Born: Unknown 
Died: Trapped in Yume-do in 1169

Yoee'trr was a nezumi archer of the Tattered Ear Tribe and close friend of Hida Hio. [1] His name meant "Foolish Wanderer". [2]

Ancestor Edit

Rik'tik'tichek was the father's father of Yoee'trr. [3]

Discovering the World Edit

In 1156 Yoee'trr left his tribe, alongside his trademark blue-feathered arrows, becoming a mercenary of the Great Clan armies. He was used as a pawn, and a handful of times, his employers tried to kill him rather than met their end of the bargain. Yoee'trr did not mind, he always had an escape route. He found a cold reception upon his return home, and slowly accepted the fact that he thought more like a human than a Nezumi. [4]

The Onisu Unleashed Edit

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In 1159, at the base of the Kaiu Wall Yoee'trr, seeing Kyofu about to kill Asako Hirariko, knocked the Phoenix clear of the demon's weapon. The nezumi fought the Onisu; unafraid and strengthtened by a water kami summoned by Hirariko, he was able to pummel Kyofu to death. Yoee'trr offered the Henshin to go with him to his tribe's camp to tell them of their encounter. Hiraiko gave the nezumi a jade goblet for saving her. [3]

Rebuilding the Imperial Court Edit

In 1160 the Tattered Ear was selected as the nezumi tribe to have a representative in the new Imperial Court at Kyuden Miya, in recognition of thier valorous efforts in aiding the Crab and for the defeat of Kyofu and the selected nezumi was Zin'tch. [5]

Nezumi Conflicts Edit

When traveling through the Shadowlands with a Hirariko, Yoee'trr came upon the remains of the Tattered Ear Tribe which had been attacked by another nezumi tribe. Yoee'trr and Hirariko were taken by the Crippled Bone Tribe to see the shaman Te'tik'kir. Yoee'trr's deductive reasoning led the gathered nezumi to understand that an unknown tribe of nezumi, who were no longer nezumi, had been behind the attack on the Tattered Ear. [1]

Tomorrow Edit

In 1169 the Chief of Chiefs Kan'ok'ticheck called the entire Nezumi race to face Tomorrow. They gathered to the Shinomen Forest. The magic of the Tomorrow's Hourglass was used by Mak'irtch to enter Yume-do and aid the Transcendents fight against Tomorrow. Dragons, or what appeared to be dragons, were approaching from a distance, destroying everything as they went. Entities resembling Lord Sun and Lady Moon walked at their side. Wherever they stepped, the land vanished in a haze. Gran-otik fired arrows to the copy of Lord Sun and one of them hit the right eye, and Yoee'trr fired an arrow hitting the other eye, and the being exploded leaving nothing behind but smoke and memory. [6]

Trapped in Yume-do Edit

They won the Battle of Tomorrow, but the nezumi involved were trapped in Yume-do. For Rokugan the nezumi had ceased to exist. [6]

External Links Edit


  1. 1.0 1.1 Killing Tomorrow, by Seth Mason
  2. Rokugan, p. 167
  3. 3.0 3.1 Nightmares, Part II, by Shawn Carman
  4. Rokugan, p. 167
  5. Rebuilding the Court, by Shawn Carman
  6. 6.0 6.1 Tomorrow (Imperial Herald v2#22), by Rusty Priske

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