Snafu the Great
Location: Everything you know is wrong.
Team Ninja vs 10 Kasumi clones
Three months following the Tritower Incident, Donovan isn't dead.
The person in the aircraft that Ryu Hayabusa shot down was his decoy during the Tritower fiasco at the conclusion of the fourth Dead or Alive Tournament.
And now, he plans his revenge. Apparently, DOATEC has kept samples of Kasumi's DNA after creating Kasumi X and ALPHA-152 and using the ultimate advances in cloning and growth technology, has created the ultimate instrument of revenge.
Inside a hidden DOATEC facility in Kyoto, are a squad of Kasumi clones, inside their tubes. The surprise attack on the DOATEC Tritower had Donovan unable to use them in combat.
Now is a good time. Each clone is an expert in both styles of Mugen Tenshin ninjitsu, thanks to the combined combat datas of Kasumi, Hayate and Ayane.
Donovan will take pleasure in using this squad to wipe the three siblings and their meddling superninja of a friend off the face of the earth.
At the Mugen Tenshin village, Ryu Hayabusa manages to convince Hayate to change Kasumi's death sentence to one of exile from the village. Before he can make the edict official, the clones attack the village.
Imagine the three ninja's shock that they look like Kasumi, dressed in DOATEC riot gear. Only difference is they they have short hair, pale skin and red irises. The clan, led by Ryu, Ayane and Hayate put up a fight, but is beaten back.
Before one of them can kill Ayane, the Kasumi clone is struck down from behind. It's the real Kasumi, clad in a spare Hajinmon uniform (ala Ayane's from Ninja Gaiden, only blue). She had decided to turn herself in when the clones attacked.
Eventhough Kasumi is on Team Ninja's side, there are still 10 clones left. The Tenshinmon and Hajinmon ninja evacuate the wounded and defenseless from the village.
It is a Japanese standoff. Kasumi exchanges glances with her estranged family. Hayate merely smiles, while Ayane simply nods her head.
Now Team Ninja goes on the attack. Anything goes.
Chuck Norris learned his trademark move, along with his sense of duty and justice, from Jesus after watching Him roundhouse kick a money changer out of the temple.