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Hayate is one of the major character of the Dead or Alive video game series. He is a shinobi and the eighteenth master of the Mugen Tenshin Ninja Clan. He is the oldest child and only son of Shiden and Ayame, making him Kasumi's older brother and Ayane's older half-brother and he is good friends with Ryu Hayabusa.
Hayate is a shinobi and the eighteenth master of the Mugen Tenshin Ninja Clan. He is eldest child and only son of Shiden and Ayame, making him Kasumi's older brother and Ayane's older half-brother. He is also friends and allies with Ryu Hayabusa. Although he was first mentioned in the first Dead or Alive, Hayate's official debut appearance was in Dead or Alive 2 as Ein, a amnesiac Karate master. He regained his memory during the second game and finally appeared as himself in Dead or Alive 3.
After being used as a test subject by the Dead or Alive Tournament Executive Committee for Project Epsilon, Ein was left to die in the esoteric Black Forest of Germany. Even though he suffered amnesia, his deep desire to fight stayed within him. Soon afterwards, he mastered Karate in a very short period of time. He seeks answers about his past through participating in the "Dead or Alive 2 World Combat Championship."
After being discovered by Hitomi, he became known as Ein and joined the 2nd DOA Tournament, where he was able to rediscover his own self. Hayate swore to repay DOATEC for everything that was done to him and his family. He is concerned about Kasumi, and currently follows in the tracks of a tattooed man, who he thinks will bring him closer to finding Donovan.