Yuki Makimura was a Slayer for two years during the 18th century, until she was sired by the Master.


Calling and siringEdit

Yuki Makimura was called as a Slayer in Japan during the 18th century, and was trained by a samurai Watcher. Yuki’s Watcher failed in his duty, and, in penance, committed Seppuku.[citation needed] Three months after his death, Yuki went up against the Master, who killed and sired her. While most Slayers welcome death, Yuki didn’t want to die.[1]

Upon becoming a vampire, Yuki gave her complete loyalty to the Master and served him willingly from Japan.[2] The Watchers Council removed Yuki from their records, but failed to cover up the two missing years in the Slayer timeline.[3]


You can’t win against me. We’re the same, you and I… Only I’m better.
―Yuki to Buffy Summers[src]

In Sunnydale circa 2000, Dawn Summers discovered Yuki’s missing time slot in the Slayer records,[4] and Spike told the Scooby Gang of the disgraced Slayer-turned-vampire.[3]

Yuki came to Sunnydale with the Eidu, a sect of blind vampires, to resurrect her sire. She planned to take revenge on Spike for killing the Anointed One and to use Alexander Harris as a vessel for resurrecting the Master. Yuki was staked by the Slayer Buffy Summers, and Dawn was able to stop the Master’s resurrection.[2]

Behind the ScenesEdit



  1. Remember the Truth
  2. 2.0 2.1 Remember the End
  3. 3.0 3.1 Remember the Lies
  4. Remember the Beginning
Preceded by:
Marguerite Allard
The Slayer,
18th century
Succeeded by:
unknown, eventually Elizabeth Weston
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