Sevanti Hui Guo Rou (セヴァンチ=ホイコーロ, Sevanchi Hoikōro) is the Seventh Queen of the Kakin Empire and seventh wife of King Nasubi. She gave birth to one son, Marayam, and one daughter, Momoze.[1]


Sevanti is a young woman with an elaborate hairstyle, with two locks crossing on her forehead and framing her face. She wears long robes.[2]


Despite being a mother to two Kakin princes, Sevanti only cares for the well-being of her youngest child, the Prince Marayam. She keeps ensuring that her son is safe and comfortable, while not feeling scared by the presence of his many guards. She also takes her daughter Momoze's guards, leaving her only with the guards sent by other queens, claiming that Marayam's safety was more important in her daughter's presence.[3] She seems remorseful for letting Momoze's bodyguards switch over to Marayam as she acts pensive and morose.[4]


Succession Contest arc

On the day of departure, Sevanti participates in the dinner banquet and constantly accompanies her young son, smiling at the onlookers.[2]

Later, while in the Prince Residential Area, Sevanti tells the guards that her son's safety is more important than Momoze's, thereby transferring most of Momoze's guards to Marayam. She asks Momoze if she can look after herself, and the Prince Momoze assures her mother she can take care of herself.[3]

Marayam's Guardian Spirit Beast behind Sevanti

Sevanti enjoys a meal with her son, lightly scolding him for spilling his food, and helps him finish the food off his plate, while oblivious to the large Guardian Spirit Beast behind them.[5] Later, unbeknownst to Queen Sevanti, Queen Oito spies on Queen Sevanti and her son, using her borrowed Nen ability.[6]

After the unexpected death of her daughter, Sevanti pleads the case to King Nasubi, angrily blaming Momoze's six bodyguards for conspiring her death.[7] She later sends Belerainte and Barrigen to attend Kurapika's Nen lesson the next day. She orders the guards to learn Nen effectively and report back to her.[8]

Queen Sevanti laments losing her daughter, as her son observes his hamster and his Guardian Spirit Beast stands idly in the back of him

Queen Sevanti devastated by the loss of her daughter sits at a table by her son as he watches his beloved pet hamster.[4] As Vergei contacts Kurapika, she's seen again playing again with her son Marayam with his toys on his play-mat.[9][10] Queen Sevanti appears on an information board of all of the Kakin Queens and to what respective child they gave birth to.[10] The following day before the time for the scheduled Nen Training meeting, Vergei voices his disdain for sending Belerainte for further Nen training to Queen Sevanti as she stays by Marayam's side and agrees with Vergei's reasoning.[11]

Sevanti's Royal Guards

     Active/Alive     Deceased     Former/Arrested

 Royalty  Informants  Support 

Royal Family
7th Queen
Queen Sevanti's Royal Guards
Captain→12P→13P →13P →14P*
Sevanti's Royal Guard 1 SC Portrait.png
Legend of Symbols
Symbol Meaning Example Meaning
P prince 1P The 1st Prince.
Q queen 5Q The 5th Queen.
... sent by 1Q→ X is sent by the 1st Queen.
... sent to →14P X is sent to the 14th Prince.
...... reassigned to 2Q→14P X is reassigned by the 2nd Queen to the 14th Prince.
...... was assigned to one or more princes →8P→11P X was assigned to the 8th and 11th Princes.
in charge of a prince's curse 4P♰ The guard is in charge of the 4th Prince's curse.
formerly in charge of a prince's curse 12P♰ The guard is formerly in charge of the 12th Prince's curse.
* Information found in Togashi's notes from "Jump Ryu! Vol. 21" interview 1Q*→ The guard's affiliation is revealed in the notes.
Servant* The employee's position is revealed in the notes.
[name]* The employee's name is revealed in the notes.
? Placeholder
(might hold another position)
Captain? The employee might not be the captain or a personal guard.
? The employee might not be a personal guard.
2Q? The employee might have been sent by another queen.
(might have initially belonged to either Prince Momoze or Prince Marayam)
This particular issue arose when their mother Queen Sevanti sent all of Momoze's Hunters and servants to Marayam. Since we only got to see 4/5 of Momoze's Hunters and 2/3 of her servants by that time, we can't say for certain which prince the marked characters initially belonged to.


  • (To Momoze's guards) "Do I have to keep repeating myself?! Six guards are enough!! He's the one who's scared!! I want to make him feel safe! Protecting Marayam is more important!! Come on!"[3]
  • "Momoze, you can take care of yourself, right, honey?"[3]
  • (About Momoze's guards, after the prince's death) "Put them all to death!! Right now!!!"[7]


  • Every queen of Kakin has a numerical theme on their names which corresponds to their marital status. "Sevan" is from number "seven" in English.

Translations around the World

Language Name
France Flag.png French Sevanchi Hoicoro
South Korea Flag.png Korean 세반치 호이코오로 (Sebanchi Hoikolo)


  1. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 33, Chapter 349
  2. 2.0 2.1 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 34, Chapter 359
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 35, Chapter 361
  4. 4.0 4.1 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 36, Chapter 372
  5. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 35, Chapter 366
  6. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 35, Chapter 367
  7. 7.0 7.1 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 35, Chapter 368
  8. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 35, Chapter 369
  9. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 36, Chapter 373
  10. 10.0 10.1 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 36, Chapter 374
  11. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 36, Chapter 375


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Kakin Royal Family
King Nasubi Hui Guo Rou
Queens UnmaDuazulTang Zhao LiKatronoSwinko-swinkoSeikoSevantiOito
Princes BenjaminCamillaZhang LeiTserriednichTubeppaTysonLuzurusSalé-saléHalkenburgKachoFugetsuMomozeMarayamWoble
Ancestors Kakin's First King
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