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When Chiyo attempted to cheer him up by teaching him puppetry, Sasori's innate aptitude for the art became apparent, and he even began to devise masterful ways of eliminating a puppet master's weaknesses in battle.

His skills even allowed him to create two puppets in the image of his parents in an attempt to discard the terrible loneliness he felt.

Twenty years before his introduction in the series, Sasori left Sunagakure.

Over ten years before his own death, Sasori secretly assassinated the Third Kazekage and made him into one of his human puppets.

This reflected their individual natures; Deidara made clay sculptures which exploded, while Sasori created long-lasting puppets out of humans that never died.

Nevertheless, although Deidara outwardly seemed to respect Sasori's beliefs, Sasori never respected Deidara's.

Sasori was also known for his impatience, as he repeatedly noted that he did not wish to wait or keep others waiting.

Despite this, he took his time in battling Kankurō when they first met due to his interest in fighting his old creations, which were handed down to a puppet master of the next generation.

After accepting Kankurō's view on eternal art, he entrusted his Mother and Father puppets to Kankurō and told him to pass them on to the next generation after he dies.During the Third Shinobi World War, the effectiveness of his puppets in spilling his enemies' blood on the sand gave rise to Sasori's moniker "Sasori of the Red Sand".However, motivated by his desire to make works that last forever, Sasori began experimenting to create puppets out of people.When introduced to the art of puppetry by his grandmother, Chiyo, he grew a little happier.He eventually created puppets in the likeness of his parents, but when he realised that the puppets couldn't give him the actual love that he desired, he became cold, aloof and led to his general disregard for human life.

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