A large knife that varies in its shape but usually resembles a square-bladed hatchet. In contrast to other kitchen knives, the Cleaver has an especially strong edge meant to withstand repeated blows against meat and bone. The edge does not need to be particularly sharp, because the knife's design, like a hatchet or axe, relies on its weight to cut efficiently. In fact, a "razor-edge" on a Cleaver can be counterproductive unless of course you plan to use it for deviant purposes. Fits most standard minifig hands.