Fandom powered by Wikia. History Edit Early History Edit Yamatai is a lost kingdom of Ancient Japan.
Yamatai was ruled in a matriarchal fashion, ruled by the Sun Queen, the first of whom, was Himiko. The Sun Queen did not have children, instead she passed power to a successor of her choice, her High Priestesses who would then be doted on by the Sun Queen and groomed to be the leader of Yamatai. Fall of Yamatai Few knew the truth about the Sun Queen's true nature, and Himiko's cycle of rebirth continued for generations. Due to the failed ritual, Himiko became angered. Modern Era This curse made the island a deathtrap for ships and aircraft. During World War II, the island was under Japanese military occupation, who held the Island as a base The goal of the scientists was to learn how to use the power of the storms as a weapon.
At one point, a man named Mathias was marooned on Yamatai. Knowing what he needed to do, Mathias began to try and find a vessel for Himiko. Skyscraper's New Tourist Magnet Is Basically Hell On Earth For Acrophobes. If you're afraid of heights, you might want to sit this one out.
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