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Yotun was a replicant hunted by Aahna "Ash" Ashina in 2017.

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As Yotun sought assistance from Mr. Malcolm to escape, he learned that Malcolm had actually sold him out to the Los Angeles Police Department Blade Runner Unit. Blade Runner Ash accepted the assignment, confronting Yotun at Malcolm's shop. Yotun managed to kill Malcolm and throw his body onto Ash, allowing him to disarm her and escape, telling her she would never see him again.[1]

Yotun, a Nexus-6, managed to extend his lifespan by accepting lifespan donations from fellow replicants, managing to survive well into 2029.[2]

In 2029, Ash pursued a replicant who said "Yotun redeems" before jumping to his death. This prompted Ash to rediscover Yotun's files.[1] Learning of Ash pursuing him once more, Yotun tasked Lelia with finding the Blade Runner.[2]

Yotun and Kalia later observed tanks containing replicants, comparing his own legacy – one of redemption – to Eldon Tyrell's – one of profit. As Yotun grew exhausted, Kalia suggested he receive a rejuvenation. After receiving such from Ducasse, Lelia informed Yotun that she had found Ash, to which Yotun requests she bring the Blade Runner to him.[2]

Yotun and his followers later arrived at an airship, where a soiree was to be held by the Los Angeles elite, celebrating the Sepulveda Sea Wall construction progress. After eliminating the front security, the group gained access by using Hyman Bask's eye, procured by Ducasse.[2]

Upon gaining control of the airship, Yotun held the city's elite – including Mayor Chen – hostage, pointing out what he saw as their hypocrisies and demanding control of the Sepulveda Sea Wall, which he claimed to have been built by replicant hands, arranged by himself. He then detonated explosives planted upon the wall and left the airship. Upon destroying it as well, he remarked "Los Angeles is dead. Long live Los Angeles."[3]

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