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Blunt, Neolithic, China, Latin Europe, Africa, Middle East
This is just a relatively light wooden stick like a bo or jo staff, between 4’-6’ long, made of relatively hard, sturdy wood such as oak or ash, designed at least nominally as a weapon. Staffs of this type were found all over the world from Paleolithic times into the present, and are especially useful for defense as well as attack. When used with skill a staff is effective thrusting, striking, and defending at all ranges from onset to grapple (see Half Staff MF).
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