Born earthside, January 19th, 2015.
130 years old in 2145 at the time of the third invasion.


Species: Human [Terran] (frontal and temporal lobes intact), Bionic Chassis.
Nationality: American
Residence: Mars, UAC Research Complex.


Family: None.
Sexuality: Science.
Relationship Status: Hmph.


Theoretical Physicist
Chairman of the UAC
Monarch Solutions Chief Chronon Research Officer


Unit Specifications:

  • Height: 10'0"/3m
  • Weight: 457 lbs, unarmed.
  • Bulletproof
  • Enhanced Strength
  • Enhanced Speed
  • Plasmatronic Processing Core
              -a "biochemical brain" that has replaced his parietal and occipital lobes



Alex Yu
TranStar CEO. Always welcome.

Jack Joyce
Very thin ice.

Paul Serene
Monarch Solutions CEO. Trusted.

The Marine
Asset. Actually the worst.

Fick Blazkowicz
Stole arm. Small. Crushable.

Olivia Pierce

Birth and Death:

 Samuel was born into a wealthy Terran family on the East coast of North America in 2015, at the start of the 21st century. He had a sheltered and spoiled childhood as most young men of his station tend to, but his eyes always turned towards the stars when he was asked what he wanted to do when he grew up. He excelled in school and graduated to move straight on to his undergraduate studies, in which he was awarded a BS in Geophysics and a BS in Aerospace Engineering, with honors.


He went on to attend Oxford University and get his Masters in Theoretical Physics. It was at this point that he finally felt prepared to reach for the stars, but to do so, he needed to gain the attention of the Union Aerospace Corporation, the brave men and women working to colonize Venus, the moon, and Mars. Using the ruins of the Nazi bases on these planets and their technology for weaponry and space travel, the facilities were nearly complete by this time. Hayden took a break from his studies to found the Samuel Hayden Foundation, which sponsored scientific talents in young minds and funded programs in schools and higher education campuses alike.


Often described as having a daunting intellect and minimal time for social interaction, Hayden lived a relatively friendless existence through his doctoral work. Midway through his dissertation, he was approached by the UAC with an offer he could not turn down. His defense date was pushed aside, and he left the planet for Mars.


Hayden was appointed General Director of the UAC'S Global Science Council, where he oversaw the general experimentation on the planet. He found himself growing bored, unsure of whether he had made the right choice in accepting the job offer. Every time he expressed interest in returning to Earth to finish his PhD and possibly continue with some postdoctoral work, he was granted a raise, nicer quarters, or a choice project. They simply did not want to let him go.


Shortly after yet another promotion, the Argent Fracture was discovered on Mars. Hayden assumed control immediately, and claimed the construction of the Argent Tower itself to be his greatest success. With the ability to tap into the raw energies of hell and extract, convert, and ship it to Earth to solve the growing energy crisis there, it seemed he was irreplaceable. He had never felt so sure of his path. As the weeks passed, however, he began to deal with throbbing headaches, hair loss, fatigue, loss of appetite, and dulled senses. His eyesight began to worsen, which was the final straw. He went to see a doctor for the first time in years.


The brain tumor was already so advanced and all-encompassing no surgery martian or earthside could save him. Dr. Hayden was diagnosed with a terminal case of brain cancer and given six months to live. The source, unknown to him at the time, was uranium poisoning via his food. He had been assassinated.


Hayden knew only one thing- he wasn't ready to die yet.


He feverishly made other plans, spending his last few months in his office and laboratory, drawing up a radical solution to his mortality...via complete cybernetic transference.


Upon reaching his final month and realizing he could not last much longer, Samuel went into surgery in the hands of his most trusted men. He was hardly sure he would ever wake up again. His temporal and frontal lobes were severed from the rest of his brain, kept alive through a macabre system while his personality and memories were transferred into a computer bank for posterity should the project fail. The parietal and occipital lobes were bypassed entirely. Instead, the salvaged pieces were networked into the plasmatronic core of his new body, serving as a type of biomechanical brain. Once complete, the frankensteined structure was secured in the head of his new chassis.


Activation was a ground-breaking event and a complete success. He retained his memories, personality, comprehension, and reasoning, though his calculation and perception had become supercharged thanks to the pure Argent his new system depended on. Back and bigger, stronger, and more formidable than ever, his massive frame inspires fear and admiration from those around him.


Shortly after this, Hayden rose to take complete control of the UAC with a sweeping night of terror that saw most of the Blind Council murdered. It's only fitting he got revenge against those who tried to end his life. There is no time for forgiveness in a business like his. He was "posthumously" awarded his PhD, though he never defended his dissertation.


When his choice of such a massive frame was later questioned by the earthside press, his response was simple:

"Dictating the future of mankind is dangerous work. You never known when we may need a hero."


Due to both neural conditioning and stem cells, his brain is constantly being rejuvinated, allowing him to have thus far lived seventy years past his surgery. It is presumed that his lifespan will be indefinite. His body has long since passed, but his soul will live on forever.


His work with Argent energy has destroyed the boundaries of humanity's understanding of physics, which led to Monarch Solutions knocking on his door. He graciously accepted the offer and allied himself and his newborn UAC with them. Shortly after, the Yu family and their TranStar corporation reached a similar deal with him.


Dr. Hayden has become a crusader, saving lives through radical technological solutions. No disease or injury is too great for him to be willing to explore potential options to solve, though what he comes up with may very well be too painful to bear. One such example was Olivia Pierce, his former academic protege and romantic interst. Her scoliosis left her wheelchair  bound. His exoskelleton let her walk again, but every motion was agony. She refused pain medication, fearing it would cloud her mind and inhibit her research. This later played a role in driving her to accept the deal of a hell lord, causing the third invasion on Mars that wiped out most of the UAC personnel in the main research complex. To this day, Hayden feels incredibly guilty about his role in her demise.



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  • "He also has a soft spot for humanity. Maybe. Yes. Talk to him," Alex seems to feel a little better. he sighs and slips off his glasses for the night,

  • "Maybe. Jensen has a odd attachment to "family", he views Morgan as a father. I guess that would make Carcetti his creepy uncle," ooof. Weird. "And you as a brother. But does he trust you?"

  • "I know. And I appreciate them. However...I fear my family is going to continue pushing us away, Morgan out of anger, mother out of fear...I don't know how to cope without them."

  • "...I don't know," Sensing his tone might be a bit much, Hayden slows his roll. "I don't know about much of anything anymore."

  • "It was shit. It's still shit. I should have tossed him out of an airlock when I had the changes," he unwraps the chocolate bar and pops a piece in his mouth. "Ungrateful. Always was."

  • "Well? Well what, Samuel?" Someone is in a mood.

  • "I know. I'm okay with it," Fick, for once, seems pleased with himself.


    Alex has been awake for several hours. Instead of sleeping, he's sitting at his desk and swiping through some emails, clearly bothered by Morhgan's outburst earlier.

  • "No? I don't get why you think any of these bothers me. Well, more than it already did before."

  • "No? I don't get why you think any of these bothers me. Well, more than it already did before."

  • "Are YOIU okay with it? This is for you, William."

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"“I don’t know. I have more experience than him due to gaining the life of the original Hayden. He’ll always be less experienced, and with that in mind, I feel that it is likely the case he will listen and trust when it is necessary. He did on Talos…"
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"“Your mother will come around. I’d offer to tallk to her and spin the story about you saving Hayden, but...there are...other obstacles.” He doesn’t regret his actions. He saved over a hundred people from oblivion.
”I don’t know how to help. Morgan d…"
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""I meant what I said earlier, for what that's worth." Those three little bombshell words certainly shifted the balance around the UAC complex so far."
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""Can I help make it better in any way?" Hayden is hoping that will be a yes. Right now, he's on edge and expecting every move he makes to be the wrong one."
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""...How was your evening?" Hayden struggles to reply in a timely fashion. Is he going to need to leave and go work through the night instead of sleep? He's never seen Alex act like this."
Mar 12
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"Hayden has his measurements. He's already started this project of his, which apparently will be something he throws himself into wholeheartedly. He returns to their quarters late and sets a small snack he borught Alex- his favorite kind of chocolate…"
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"Thank god. Wil kisses Fick's neck in relief for that comment. I just...I'm a mess, sugarbun. Not the kind of mess time's gonna fix."
Mar 12
Dr. Samuel Hayden left a comment for Fɪᴄᴋ Bʟᴀᴢᴋᴏ
"I like it. And I like it with...uh, via you. So it works. Wil feels a bit sheepish about the whole thing, but it is how it is. Does it...disapoint you I'm...?"
Mar 12
Dr. Samuel Hayden left a comment for Fɪᴄᴋ Bʟᴀᴢᴋᴏ
"...Yeah, I can see that. Wil, what does that mean? Well. I'm fine with this balance if you are."
Mar 12
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"I noticed most of your stuff is written the way that was. I'm fine with it. That's good, right? He wraps his arms around Fick and pulls him close, nuzzling his face down into his partner's neck."
Mar 12
Dr. Samuel Hayden left a comment for Fɪᴄᴋ Bʟᴀᴢᴋᴏ
"Aw. Thank you. Wil's grip on the pillow tightens a little bit. But no matter how big and bad I am in that armor, it doesn't change the fact I secretly wanna come home and be put in my place. Apparently. And that's kinda...not what anybody's gonna ex…"
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Dr. Samuel Hayden left a comment for Fɪᴄᴋ Bʟᴀᴢᴋᴏ
"Nah. Not you. I know these things. Wil doesn't know what the look on Fick's face means, so he doesn't make assumptions. But me? I'm big. I'm supposed to be...I don't know. More than this. But...I guess I got conditioned."
Mar 12
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"Chances are you'll come to pretty quickly. That's usually what happens. Wil sleepily reaches for a pillow, which he hugs as he settles in to rest. Kinda like how I thought I'd never like this side of things originally. I thought it was embarrassing."
Mar 12
Dr. Samuel Hayden left a comment for Fɪᴄᴋ Bʟᴀᴢᴋᴏ
"You participate. Just not in the traditional way. Wil rolls onto his side, apparently pleased to find there's also no soreness. Nice. Remember when I told you way back when you're in charge? You're in charge. Oh."
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Dr. Samuel Hayden left a comment for Fɪᴄᴋ Bʟᴀᴢᴋᴏ
"Look, I wasn't always. But prison changes a guy. Sure, Wil. Sure. He is. He likes to make sure people know where he's at with Tom. It's funny. You gonna start that too?"
Mar 12
Dr. Samuel Hayden left a comment for Fɪᴄᴋ Bʟᴀᴢᴋᴏ
"Weird? Sugar, that's my normal. At least it has been for a while. He wasn't always a freak. Honest. But given his standing in life and the type of people he's been around...that's just how it goes."
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