Users demonstrate a natural aptitude for the way of using the wire or thread as a weapon/tool. They can wield a wire or thread with great proficiency in range, accuracy and speed allowing them to perform feats such as wrapping then pulling things or bringing them closer, binding their opponents, scaring/lashing opponents, binding then snatching others weapons, swinging from high altitudes and slicing the flesh of their enemies when striking at great speed.
Grants a great attack range and versatility, distant or close.
Kaori Kanzaki (A Certain Magical Index) is skilled with wires, and can use magic to split seven of them into thousands to cut her opponents.
Lubbock (Akame Ga Kill!) using Infinite Uses: Crawstail to manipulate wires made out of a Danger Beast's hair in so many versatile ways, and even hide them inside his mouth.
Alice Fuji (Arachnid) using her Spider's Thread weapon that launches hooked blade with thread attached to it, which she uses skillfully for traps, offenses, defenses, detection, and collecting air bubbles.
Yashamaru (Basilisk) wields his Black Ropes, women's hair given alchemical treatment with animal oils for steel consistency, like extension of his own body, piercing, flaying or binding his opponents.
Jenos Hazard (Black Cat) wielding his Excelion, which contains indestructible Orichalcum wires that he can use to cut anything or skillfully hold without harming.
Rika Aragami (Corpse Princess) uses claws to rake someone's face, and can fire off wires to bind them in place.
Yura (InuYasha) using the hair of her victims, amassed over the years, to masterfully attack, control, track, and reattach limbs, and can even set them on fire to burn her foes.
Renkotsu (InuYasha) using steel threads to capture his enemies, and setting them on fire with oil to burn them alive.
Nao Yūki (My-Hime) wields dual metal claws with metal wires that she can use to ensnare and cut her targets.
Sasuke Uchiha (Naruto) using translucent and elastically Wire Strings with skillful mastery...
...manipulating the trajectory of shurikens with many tacticial possibilities.
Kidōmaru (Naruto) using his stronger-than-steel spider webbing threads to capture his enemies, compress for weapons and create a network alarm.
Kushimaru Kuriarare (Naruto) using Nuibari, a longsword with a long wire, to pierce and bind a bundle of corpses together in a skillful and gruesome manner.
Monju (Naruto) can use his wires to slice through steel or to form protective barriers.
Kubinashi (Nurarihyon's Grandson) using his Ayatori String Technique to capture and kill his targets with great control over a strong thread.
Donquixote Doflamingo's (One Piece) mastery in using his string wires allows him to cut through matter...
...swing through the clouds...
...create a clone...
...and manipulate and control a person's movements.
Kurenai (Red Ninja: End of Honor) has mastered using her Tetsugen as a weapon, the very wire that once nearly took her life.
Haruki Sagae (Riddle Story of Devil) wielding a garrote wire with great skills to strangle her targets.
Gein (Rurouni Kenshin) using his diamond-filament steel wires to grasp objects and cut through objects...
...and can utilizie his wires with launcher darts at his fingertips to fire them off at high speed.
Walter C Dornez (Hellsing) wielding a set of ten monomolecular wires as though they are extensions of his own body.