|This is the article on the genin. For the Magnet Release user, head to Toroi.|
|Manga||Volume #1, Boruto Chapter #3|
|Anime||Boruto Episode #56|
|Novel||Boruto: Naruto the Movie|
|Movie||Boruto: Naruto the Movie|
|Appears in||Anime, Manga, Novel, Movie|
Toroi is a young bespectacled shinobi with short brown hair over which he wears a bandanna-style forehead protector, and maroon-coloured eyes.
Like many of the shinobi from his generation that look up to Killer B, he has a blue tattoo of bull's horn on his left cheek. He wears the standard attire of the Kumo-nin: trademark white flak jacket and gloves over a blue underskirt and pants. He also wears white shin guard which are fused with his sandals. Additionally he wears a red rope around his neck like a tie and carries a large shuriken on his back.
It is also noted that while he gives off a carefree expression, the fierce attacks that he unleashes must not be made light of.
Versus Momoshiki Arc
Main article: Chūnin Exams Arc Alongside his squad mates Yurui and Tarui, Toroi's team travelled to Konohagakure to compete in the Chūnin Exams. Following attending the entrance ceremony for it, the team ran into Team Konohamaru. Afterwards, Toroi's team raced towards the first round exam venue alongside the other participants. Bypassing all the traps on their route, the team made it to Exam Venue B. There, the team participated in a true or false question, which resulted in all competitors falling into a pit that contained a pool of ink. As they were able to avoid falling into the ink, the team passed the first round of the Chūnin Exams.
Three days later, for the second round of the exams, Toroi's team competed in a game of capture the flag against Team 15. After capturing their flag, their team proceeded to the final round of the exams. On the day, all participants were pitted against each other in single fights, leading to Toroi being matched up against Mitsuki, during which he was defeated and disqualified.
Creation and Conception
- "Toroi" means "slow" in Japanese, in respects to both body and mind.