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<section begin=summary />'''Senbon''' are metal needles with a point at both ends. They often serve a medical purpose, being used to strike [[Wikipedia:Acupuncture points|acupuncture points]]. They have little killing power, but can be thrown with great accuracy. A user with proper medical knowledge however, can effectively use senbon in battle to incapacitate or even kill their target should they aim for vital spots. To make these needles more effective, the user can [[poison]] the tips of the senbon. An added benefit of throwing these at the enemy is that these are smaller than a [[kunai]] or a [[shuriken]], making it harder to see and dodge.<section end=summary />
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Illusion Bell Needles
Kanji 千本
Rōmaji Senbon
Literal English A thousand long cylindrical objects
Other Needles
Manga Chapter #15
Anime Naruto Episode #9
Game Naruto: Clash of Ninja
OVA Naruto x UT
Appears in Anime, Manga and Game

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Appears inAnime +, Manga + and Game +
Debut anime9 +
Debut gameNaruto: Clash of Ninja +
Debut manga15 +
Debut manga typeChapter +
Debut ovaNaruto x UT +
NameSenbon +
PictureIllusion Bell Needles +
User techGenma Shiranui (null) +, Haku (null) +, Kin Tsuchi (null) +, Sasori (null) +, Shigure (null) +, Shizune (null) +, Tenten (null) +, Anko Mitarashi (Anime) +, Aoi Rokushō (Anime) +, Kabuto Yakushi (Anime) +, Kankurō (Anime) +, Kushimaru Kuriarare (Anime) +, Kusune (Anime) +, Sakura Haruno (Anime) +, Shura (Anime) +, Danzō Shimura (Game) +, Hidan (Game) +, Ino Yamanaka (Game) +, Karin (Game) +, Orochimaru (Game) + and Tsunade (Game) +

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