Sai: A Japanese truncheon consisting of a thick metal tine with two broad, hiltlike prongs extending from the handle. It is not sharpened; rather, it is a smashing weapon, like a baton. It aids in blocking (+1 to soak) and in disarming (+1 to die).
This weapon's statistics can also be used for the jutte (which has only one prong), the nunte (which has one prong reversed) and the Indonesian tjabang.