Hoki (Takigakure) is a genin from Takigakure (The Village Hidden in the Waterfall). He is one of the supporting characters in the Naruto anime series and manga that was written and illustrated by Masashi Kishimoto.
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First Appearance in Anime
Naruto Episode: 25
Takigakure (The Village Hidden in the Waterfall)
Hoki (Takigakure) came to Konohagakure (The Village Hidden in the Leaves) to take part in the chunin exam and appeared in the anime during the first round of the exams was held. Ibiki Morino declares that it is time for the tenth and final question 45 minutes into the written phase of the Chunin Exams. But he makes the scary statement that this question has a unique set of rules.
The candidates are free to decide whether or not they wish to attempt to answer the tenth question, according to Ibiki. The squad will fail if they decide to leave. If they decide to respond to the question but answer it incorrectly, they will no longer be permitted to take the Chunin Exams. Many teams opt to depart rather than take a chance. The first nine questions remain unanswered, and Naruto is aware that his chances of knowing the solution to the tenth are slim.
He hesitates before yelling loudly that he will succeed and become Hokage even if he fails and stays a genin forever. The other teams are calmed down by this outburst and decide to stick around for the final question. Ibiki moves through everyone after noticing that nobody else is leaving.
There is not much information about him as he never said anything or appeared again, so there is no assumption about his abilities and personality.
Hoki (Takigakure) wears a blue jacket and grey T-shirt. He wears a head protractor that has Takigakure sign on it and has black hair.
A. Hoki (Takigakure) is from Takigakure (The Village Hidden in the Waterfall).
A. Hoki (Takigakure) appear in Naruto part 1 episode: 25