Name: Ito Hinata (or Hinata Ito)
Affiliation: Giant Leap Technologies(officially)
Alignment: Civil Immoral
Appearance: Wears a pair of black pants and a black tailed coat, trimmed with red and usually worn open, with a red shirt underneath. On his feet are a pair of black shoes, on his hips are the main bodies of his main weapon, his Tri-Blades, and on his elbows are small hooks for better handling of the weapon. On his face, he wears an Oni mask. Underneath it, he has short cut black hair, with amber eyes.
Weapons: His Tri-Blades, bladed weapons with three blades going between his fingers. The blades can be detached from one another, however remain attached by cables to the main cable, which goes down into a carrying container on each hip, underneath his coat-tail. He also carries smoke bombs and Electro-Spikes, which are a bunch of spiked objects similar to caltrops that also create an electrical field between them. The more there are, the more electricity arcs between them, and they can also be recovered easily through a magnetic attractor he carries with him. Along with them are three Electromagnetic Disruptors, devices that, when activated, use constant electromagnetism to disrupt electronic devices around him, though not powerful enough to deactivate them entirely unless they only use small amounts of energy(like his Electro-Spikes).
Abilities: Nothing superhuman, but he’s really smart, and in great shape, as well as being quite agile.
Personality: He’s overall kind and compassionate, and is usually a soft-spoken person. He’s intelligent and knows his stuff, though tries not to speak out and act like a know-it-all. Very passionate for his work.
Bio: Dr. Ito is one of the top minds at Giant Leap Technologies, a technological giant dedicated to the advancement of the world, both in software and hardware. However, in his time, he’s also worked directly with other clients who hire work out from GLT. One of these clients, a very nice man with a way with words, had him work to create a program that required technology he and his company didn’t have access to. As such, he had to turn to thievery in order to create this project, an idea posed by the client himself in order to get what he wants.