|Third||Occupation: 2nd in Command in the Crystal Order|
|Fifth||Origin: Assassin's Creed|
|Sixth||Played by: Roxam|
History (Pre High School Days)Edit
Haytham Kenway grew up in the city of Tokyo, raised by his widowed father, Edward Kenway, whose wife died in childbirth as she gave birth to Haytham. During his time at Nintendo High School, Haytham participated in the annual battles the school staff and students had against the S-types, one in which he fought alongside his father. After graduating from Nintendo High School, Haytham attended Tokyo University. However, Kenway stopped attending when his father became gravely ill. After the death of his father, Al Mualim, the principal of Haytham's high school, began to look after Haytham.
At some point, Al Mualim revealed to Haytham about the Crystal Order and its goals, convincing Kenway to join, who eventually become the second-in-command. Al Mualim would also show Haytham the safe that guarded the Relic. Upon touching it, Haytham gained the power of speed, which he'd use effectively as a leader in the Crystal Order. Haytham would also cross paths with a woman named Ziio, with whom he'd have an affair with, leading to the birth of a son Haytham wouldn't be aware of for many years.
During the Iraq War, Haytham met a former Japanese soldier named Shay Patrick Cormac, accepting his request to join the Crystal Order. Thanks to a proposal by Cormac, Kenway took part in an alliance between the Crystal Order and the forces of Muqtada al-Sadr, an influential religious leader in Iraq, in order to combat the foreign troops (primarily the Japanese) inside Iraq.
About a year prior to the events of High School Days, Haytham "freed" Mewtwo from a JIA facility in Antarctica along with Discord, Charles Lee, and Al Mualim.
High School DaysEdit
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
Ever since coming in contact with the safe containing the Relic, Haytham gained the ability of running with an incredible speed. This was most evident when he traversed between Japan and Somalia in a matter of seconds.