Wei Bin (unknown – January 1529), also known as The Snake, was one of the Eight Tigers and a member of the Chinese Templars. He was the investigator-in-chief of the Tigers, and subsequently very thorough when it came to pointing fingers towards potential traitors. Many innocents were murdered resulting from his imprecise orders. As the right hand man of Zhang Yong, Wei Bin was put in charge of the purge of the Chinese Assassins after the ascendance of the Jiajing Emperor.
In 1529, he became a target of the Assassin Shao Jun, who tracked the Tigers one after the other to avenge her fallen brothers.
- In Chinese, Wèi Bīn's name is 魏彬. The surname Wèi (魏) originates from the ancient Chinese state Wèi (魏) of the Warring States period and is largely meaningless. It was shared by several other later regimes, notably Cáo Wèi (曹魏) of the Three Kingdoms period and the Xianbei Tuòbá Wèi (拓跋魏) of the Northern and Southern dynasties period. The personal name, Bīn (彬), means "cultured" and "refined".