Roderick Yamato
Born in 2778 to Renaud Yamato III and Bree Freeman on Manhattan. He married Mina Devry and was the father of Rhys Yamato. He passed away in 2878 at age 100.

Roderick rose to the rank of Rear Admiral in the Manhattan Republic Navy before leaving the service to run and win election to the High Congress of the Republic to represent Manhattan, where he served five consective terms, including two as the High Commissioner of the Congress.

During his tenure he was quoted as saying in 2856 at 126th Republic Congress as saying:

"War has rules stamped in granite, which if broken means a hanging with crowds of your victims calling you a cold-blooded monster. Break the rules in politics and that means its a weekday."

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