The Ulmeyda Collection, also referred to as the President's Collection, is a series of items in killer7. It is a collection of 12 figurines, all featuring Andrei Ulmeyda in different outfits. The Smiths must collect all 12 in order to enter the Ulmeyda Intercity Post Office and gain access to the path leading to the First Life headquarters. 10 of the figurines can be acquired from the toy dispenser in the Iron Crow diner by using coins gathered from killing Ulmeyda Smiles, but Nos.7 & 12 must be collected by different means. Posters advertising the collection are dotted around the city.
|This depicts Ulmeyda in his standard Texas Broncos t-shirt, reflecting pensively.|
|This despicts Ulmeyda wearing a traditional Judo Gi emblazoned with the Ulmeyda City logo and, interestingly, a Brazilian flag. He is, of course, a black belt.|
|This depicts Ulmeyda wearing a blue and yellow basketball outfit, clutching a basketball in one hand and pointing determinedly with the other.|
|This depicts Ulmeyda in a red American Football outfit, holding a helmet in one hand. He is No.40.|
|This depicts Ulmeyda striking a pose wearing nothing but a figure-hugging pair of shorts and a pair of fingerless gloves. This figurine is a reference to the Brazilian mixed martial art style Vale Tudo (lit. 'Anything Goes'), a full-contact unarmed (and often bloody) combat sport which became popular in Brazil in the mid-20th Century. This reference further supports the idea that Ulmeyda is of Brazilian descent.|
|This depicts Ulmeyda in skater garb, decked out with a black t-shirt featuring the Ulmeyda City logo and baggy blue shorts. His skateboard is decorated with the Grasshopper Manufacture logo on the back.|
|This depicts Ulmeyda in a yellow t-shirt with a large '7' on the front. In order to obtain it the player must check the inventory photo of Ulmeyda outside Audrey's Drugstore and talk to the Drug Store Employee inside. The small warehouse next to the drugstore will then open, and the figurine can be found in a box at the back.|
|This depicts Ulmeyda wearing a red wrestling vest and pair of shorts, striking an aggressive pose.|
|This (disturbingly) depicts Ulmeyda wearing a light blue cheerleader's dress, complete with purple pompoms and fake breasts.|
|This depicts Ulmeyda wearing a full-body rabbit mascot costume and clutching a baseball in one hand.|
|This depicts Ulmeyda in smart business attire, posed as if pointing and shouting at somebody.|
|This depicts Ulmeyda in his astronaut suit (which he wears throughout his meeting with the Smiths). Unlike the other figurines, this can only be obtained by going to No.206 Terry Street in the Housing Estate and using KAEDE to soak up the bloodstain in the bedroom there. Doing so will reveal the figurine.|
It is implied that Ulmeyda's followers are almost fanatical in their attempts to collect all 12 figurines, even going so far as to kill each other. In the Iron Crow diner there is a photo of a man with '206 Terry Street' written underneath, implying the bloody remains inside the house belong to him; inside the same diner the Cult Member refers to the collection as a 'priceless treasure' which was released alongside an autobiographical movie to commemmorate Ulmeyda's 'thanksgiving' (possibly the date when he acquired part of the Yakumo), and mentions how he 'had to kill' the man who owned the ultra-rare 12th figurine when he sacrilegiously put it up for auction.