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Unfortunately, [[Sun Stealer]], after confirming the departure of Dan Sylveste for Cerberus and with its mission nearly complete, saw the humans remaining aboard ''Infinity ''as nothing more than variables that needed to be eliminated. Before he could leave the medbay, automated surgical equipment linked to the ship -- which was by then under Sun Stealer's control -- violently tore the Triumvir apart.
 
Unfortunately, [[Sun Stealer]], after confirming the departure of Dan Sylveste for Cerberus and with its mission nearly complete, saw the humans remaining aboard ''Infinity ''as nothing more than variables that needed to be eliminated. Before he could leave the medbay, automated surgical equipment linked to the ship -- which was by then under Sun Stealer's control -- violently tore the Triumvir apart.
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Revision as of 07:36, September 12, 2016

Yuuji Sajaki was an Ultra and a member of the crew of the Nostalgia for Infinity. While a chimeric, his augmentations were internal, including a host of medichines. Despite possessing a lithe build, he was capable of the same strength as the bulky chimeric, Hegazi, and was a good deal faster.

Sajaki was a member of the Triumvirate that collectively ruled the Nostalgia for Infinity after Captain Brannigan contracted the Melding Plague. In practice, however, Sajaki captained the vessel, with Hegazi as his lackey and Volyova a minor annoyance.

During the Battle of Cerberus, Ilia Volyova and her partner, Ana Khouri, mutinied and seized control of the vessel. After Sajaki's hand was injured in the coup, he was taken by Dan Sylveste to the medbay. Forgoing more extensive repairs, Sajaki completed his recovery before either of the mutineers suspected. He then contacted Dan and convinced him to leave for Cerberus immediately, with every intention of following.

Unfortunately, Sun Stealer, after confirming the departure of Dan Sylveste for Cerberus and with its mission nearly complete, saw the humans remaining aboard Infinity as nothing more than variables that needed to be eliminated. Before he could leave the medbay, automated surgical equipment linked to the ship -- which was by then under Sun Stealer's control -- violently tore the Triumvir apart.

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