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The legitimate successor of a ninja clan who accepted orders from his master to carry out assassinations and infiltrations. Hayate took many pupils under his wing while working for the same master his family had loyally served for generations. After some time he apparently left in search of his younger sister, a ninja herself who fled their home under mysterious circumstances. No records remain of what became of the two thereafter.

In-game description

Hayate is a character and summonable unit from Final Fantasy Brave Exvius. A ninja hailing from the Kingdom of Pharm, his vision can be summoned by Rain and Lasswell to aid them in their battles.


Originally an inhabitant from the continent Pharm continent,[1] Hayate and his younger sister Miyuki were born to Chizuru[1] and a ninja, both in service to the same master. Chizuru, a retired samurai, taught them the samurai code, but they became ninjas like their father.

The legitimate successor to his father's clan, Hayate pledged himself in service to the master his parents and ancestors had loyally served for generations. Per his master's orders, he carried out political assassinations and infiltrations, and gathered intelligence from his foes. He also took many pupils under his wing.

Hayate, who had inherited Chizuru's grave demeanor, was jealous of his sister's talents as an expert dual-wielding swordswoman. The coldness he showed Miyuki gradually drove her towards the darkness, and ultimately, led her to leave her family's home. She fled from their master's domain, seeking the power of darkness. To take responsibility for Miyuki's desertion, and filled with grief, their mother Chizuru took her own life by committing seppuku.

Although Hayate apparently left in search of his younger sister, he never found Miyuki, and gave the rest of his years to his master. When he passed away, Hayate left behind a crystal with his memories, to be summoned by those with the power of visions. It is said Hayate's vision now wanders the world search for his sister, in hopes that he might still make amends.


Hayate's job is listed as Ninja. A 3-5★ Rare Summon (6★ in JP version), Hayate's main roles in battle are Physical Damage and Support. He has no natural element or status resistances. As regards equipment, he can equip three types of weapons: daggers, katanas and throwing weapons. Armor-wise, Hayate can wear hats, clothes, light armor, along with accessories only. Hayate's Trust Master reward is the Black Cowl – a hat which boosts stats (ATK+28, DEF+25, SPR+25) and gives immunity to the sleep status.

Hayate can be awakened with the following materials:


While Hayate has affinity to Black Magic (Levels 3-5), he learns no spells. Depending of his Rarity level, he has two (3★), three (4★) or four (5★) ability slots. His default attack hits twice.

Ability Rarity Level
Throw 3★ 1
Hide 3★ 12
Sneak Attack 3★ 25
Flame 3★ 34
Smoke 4★ 6
Illude 4★ 46
Wildfire 4★ 51
Man-Eater*(Passive) 5★ 67
Slumber Blade 5★ 70
Mirage 5★ 78


Hayate's stats at his highest levels are as follows (with no passive abilities taken into account), along with the maximum amount of stat points that can be increased through pot-enhancements:

Rarity Level HP MP ATK DEF MAG SPR Drop Check*(Maximum burst stone drops per hit)
3★ 40 1364 (+150) 57 (+25) 67 (+14) 50 (+10) 55 (+10) 45 (+10) 3
4★ 60 1773 (+210) 74 (+35) 87 (+18) 65 (+10) 72 (+10) 58 (+10) 4
5★ 80 2305 (+240) 96 (+40) 113 (+24) 84 (+16) 93 (+16) 76 (+16) 5
6★ 100 - - - - - - -

Limit Bursts[]

Hayate's Limit Bursts are of the damage-type. Depending on his rarity, Hayate does 3-, 4-, or 7-hits (Rarity 3★, 4★ and 5★, respectively).

Rarity Name Effect Cost
3★ Katon Ichi: Assail Base: Fire physical damage (2.3x) to one enemy
Max: Fire physical damage (2.75x) to one enemy
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4★ Katon Ni: Rage Base: Fire physical damage (2.5x) to one enemy
Max: Fire physical damage (3.2x) to one enemy
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5★ Katon San: Wrath Base: Fire physical damage (2.7x) to one enemy
Max: Fire physical damage (3.65x) to one enemy
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6★ - Base:
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Hayate derives from 颯 (hayate), a Japanese word meaning "sudden, sound of the wind".