Sakkano Imako

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Sakkano Imako, previously known as Guma Kawauso, Guma or Gummie (born on MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida, USA, on June 30, 1980), is a furry author whose writing includes adult-oriented historical anthropomorphic fiction.


Sakkano is the eldest child of the four born in his family. As a military brat, he traveled and lived in Florida, Texas and Alaska. Upon his father's release from the Air Force, he and his family moved to Indiana and then eventually Ohio. He attended Indiana Business College and graduated with an Associates in Applied Sciences in Travel Management. And attended Ivy Tech, graduating with an Associates in Applied Scineces in Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management.

His fursona has evolved over time. As Guma, he was first a bear, then a creature called an aliursine (a SD/chibi bear with stylized wings), then an otter, and then an otter with badger stripes. After several turbulent years, his fursona evolved again into a rat, and he changed his name from Guma Kawauso to Sakkano Imako.


Sakkano has written a few adult-oriented stories which are housed on his Fur Affinity site. He states that he "lacks talent to do much" in the field of visual art. Sakkano's current[when?] project is a story called Losing Inhibitions, which is supposed to be a collection of adult-oriented anthropomorphic stories set in 1920s Atlantic City, New Jersey.

He more recently[when?] wrote an erotic story entitled Edis of Calabria for Edis Krad. This story is set in the world of Ironclaw, a furry Role-playing game.

A new project inspired by The Magic Wing Icarus, a flash animation, is currently[when?] in the works under the title The Wings of Daidalos. The setting of which is in a post-apocalyptic Earth involving a machine called The Daidalos, a sentient aircraft that runs on latent ion energy.

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