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"It looks like the Sandpeople did this, all right. Look. There's gaffi sticks, bantha tracks."
―Luke Skywalker[5]

A gaderffii stick, also known simply as a gaderffii or gaffi stick, was a bladed club used by the Tusken Raiders.[6] They were used to jab and pummel their victims.[7] The bent end of a gaderffii, called the traang in Tusken, could be doused with sand bat venom, which had paralyzing properties.[8] Though a primitive weapon, it was nevertheless extremely deadly in the right hands.[9]

While he was searching for the wandering astromech droid R2-D2 in the Jundland Wastes, Luke Skywalker got an uncomfortably close look at the gaderffii of a bellicose Tusken named A'Koba.[5]

Around 5 ABY, while on Tatooine, Boba Fett trained in the use of one after he was held captive by a Tusken tribe, eventually earning the right to wield one, which he crafted himself in the Gaderffii stick workshop, with a branch of a Wortwood tree that he found in the desert, and with the help of a craftsman, who utilized Tusken Adze.[4] He carried this stick on his back in 9 ABY[10] as Din Djarin left Mos Pelgo following his exploits in aiding the townspeople.[11] Fett would later wield the weapon on Tython against stormtroopers with brutal efficiency, easily piercing through and even outright shattering their armor with it.[9] Fett later attempted to utilize it while being attacked by Krrsantan.[12] Later, he used the weapon to kill Cad Bane.[13]

The weapon also served as a tool for more mundane tasks, such as cleaning the teeth of a bantha.[11]

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