Blackjack
A usually lead-filled leather sack designed for incapacitating a victim rather then killing them.
Jack-Blade
Constructed as an oversized and elongated blackjack with one or two shallow blades protruding across the
Fist-Scythe
Resembling an elongated sickle blade more so than a scythe, the fist-scythe is commonly produced with a thickening of the blade towards the point, resulting in a less nimble weapon, but one which packs a more effective impact for its size. Constructed in this way, the weight distribution necessitates a fighting style which employs more chopping-style attacks and can result in either a cutting action from the blade's leading edge, or a stabbing impact if the point of the weapon is brought to bear.
Tiger Claw
The tiger-claw is similar to the knuckle-duster but includes the addition of four large spikes - one at each knuckle.
Bola
Originally designed to entangle the legs of farm animals, the bola is a rope with weights tied at both ends.
Cestus
Studded leather hand wrappings used as a primitive and somewhat more lethal precursor to modern day boxing gloves.
Knuckle-Blade
Essentially, a knuckle-duster with a thin, two- to three-inch deep blade that runs across the knuckles and is employed most often in a slashing attack. Versions mounting a thicker blade can also be used with a punching motion.
Knuckle-Duster
Also known as brass knuckles, the knuckle-duster is designed to lend weight and a higher level of lethality to fist attacks.
Yierka-Spur
Ostensibly evolved from the foot gear of Sea of Fire nomads, the yierka-spur is essentially a knuckle-duster mounted with from one to three spikes, which can range up to several inches in length. Although the weapon can be used in slashing attacks with limited effectiveness, it is primarily designed as a punching weapon.
Troll-Claw
A larger, heavier version of the tiger-claw, the troll-claw is usually constructed with longer, heavier claws sometimes reaching lengths in excess of six inches. Given the weight of the blades, and the need for carry-through to lend inertia to the weapon's impact, the troll-claw is often built with parallel braces which run along the wielder's forearm. Although able to do effective damage against heavier armor classes, the troll-claw is substantially slower than the tiger-claw and is still only marginally effective against plate.
Pain-Grip
Leather gloves set with inch-long spikes on the inside of the hand rather than the back. Designed for open-handed attacks, but most effective when employed to grasp an opponent, then clench the hand in order to drive the spikes into the victim.
Razor-Paw
Similar to the pain-grip, but employing thin blades on the inside of the hand along each finger. Designed for open-handed
Hook-Knife
Sporting a rapidly tapering blade that is wide at its base and usually quite thin in cross-section, the blade extends two-to-three inches before bending sharply 90 degrees and tapering quickly to a point. Seen most often in
Katar
Unique in their construction, in that the handle of the weapon was built at right angles to the blade, the katar was a thrusting blade with a blade designed to penetrate armor, specifically chain mail. The handle was made up of two parallel bars connected by two or more crosspieces, one of which is at the end of the side bars and is fastened to the blade. The blades are always double-edged and generally straight.

Maul
Traditionally a very long-handled sledge for driving stakes, this huge hammer can be devastating in strong hands.
War Hammer
The war hammer is similar to a crow-bill, with the addition of a hammer end on the opposite side of a spike set at a right angle to a long haft.
Hammer of Elidibis
Hammers of Elidibis (named for Lady and Lord Elidibis, Masters of Combat) are essentially long poles equipped with a war hammer at one end. The size ratio of the hammer to the pole usually demands that the spiked portion of the hammer be used to inflict any real damage.
Cudgel
The cudgel is one of the most basic weapons available. It consists primarily of one long haft, usually enlarged at the clubbing end.
Mace
A mace is constructed of a pointed, spiked or bladed ball set atop a haft. The weight and hardness of a mace make it a more effective against an armored opponent than most swords.
Stave
An instrument normally made from bone or wood that varies in length. It is believed that these instruments are imbued with magical properties at the time of creation by the user. Therefore the user can cast their spells by adding direction of the spell and making the necessary arcane signs.
Rod of Chains
Rod of Reaching
Rod of Sculpting
Rod of Substitution
Regalia of Good

Military Pick
The military pick is related to the crow-bill, however its large size requires that it be wielded with both hands. It is constructed primarily of two spikes at right angles to a long haft.
Crow-Bill
The crow-bill is a descendant from the pick. It is constructed with a spike or dagger-like blade set at a right angle to the haft. In addition to crushing, it is also a piercing weapon, and very effective against heavy armors.
War Mattock
The war mattock evolved from tools used to dig trenches. Much like the military pick, the mattock bears a spike which is attached at a right angle to the haft. However, on the other side the war mattock bears a flat edge which was once used for digging. The war mattock is a large weapon and requires two hands to wield.
Hand-Axe
Axes come in many varieties, but their basic construction is simple: A large flat blade, sometimes with one edge, sometimes with two, attached at the end of a haft which may be made from a wide variety of materials. A hand-axe is smaller than its cousin, the war-axe, and can be wielded in a single hand.
Battle Axe
The battle axe is a large axe with either 1 or two cutting edges. The axe is so heavy it must be held by both hands.
Axe of Ancestral Virtue
For a Paladin, this is the ultimate symbol of his station. Feeding not only off the good he has done, but also the good of all that have wielded this weapon. This weapon will allow the Paladin to continue on his path no matter what vice is put before him, as well in aid him in the casting of any virtuous magic they might know.

Dagger
The dagger is the simplest stabbing weapon. It is composed of a small blade, usually around 6
Dagger of Denial
Devious
Main Gauche
The main gauche is an off-hand weapon used to parry an opponent's blade. It provides defensive bonus to the user, but it is advised that the user be trained in wielding two weapons at once.
Sai
This weapon first came into existence as a farm tool used to measure the distance between seeds in a crop and to plant the crop itself (poking the tip into the ground). After years of tough times experienced by farmers, the sai evolved into a handy weapon used to trap and disarm swordsmen.
Mau-Jehe
Falchion
Falchions are longer then normal daggers or dirks also are quite heavier. They have a single curved, cutting edge. The blunt edge of the blade may be straight or curved.

Short Sword
A short sword has no particularly defining features, other than a short double-edged flat blade.
Rapier
A rapier is a long-bladed weapon with a thin blade used primarily for thrusting.
Rapier of Unerring Direction
Estoc
The estoc is a fairly unique sword in that its blade is a diamond section with no cutting edge, rather than the normal flat blade. Estoc's are used primarily as a thrusting weapon.
Shishi-O
Steadfast
Desert Wind
Backsword
The backsword is a somewhat of a cross between a broadsword and a scimitar. Its single-edge blade is wide and heavy, doing great crushing damage. Near the tip, it is most often curved to provide a decent amount of damage from slashing or puncture.
Full Moons Trick
Blessed by the Goddess Crystaline during a full moon, this mystical sword allows the wielder great power of spells of Ice and Moon Magic. The symbol of the moon, actually keeps pace with the phase of the moon. Hence the power of this weapon ebbs and flows.

Scimitar
The scimitar bears a curved blade meant for cutting or slashing opponents.
Long sword
A long sword has no particularly defining features, other than an elongated double-edged flat blade.
Holy Judge
Sword of Virtue Beyond Reproach
Dymond Heart
Crimson Ruination
Durindana
Katana
The katana is a medium-length sword with a deadly sharp edge and finely-hone balance. Traditionally, it is carried in the belt or sheath with the cutting edge upwards. This way it is possible to draw the sword and cut in single motion. Katana's are a hybrid between two-handed and one-handed weapons. However, when used in two hands, the katana will require only two-handed skill.

Broadsword
A broadsword composed of a straight, broad blade attached to a hilt and pommel.
Bastard Sword
Bastard swords are a hybrid between two-handed and one-handed edged weapons. Larger than a standard sword, but not as long as the claymore, the bastard sword has a grip long enough to be held with both hands on occasion.
Two-handed Sword
The two-handed sword is an edged weapon so massive that it requires two hands to hold.
Claymore
The claymore is an especially massive variant of the two-handed sword. Its enormous bulk provides natural critical weighting to the weapon, making the claymore the weapon of choice of many warriors.
Flamberge
A flamberge is a large sword which requires two hands to wield. It's most notable feature is the flamboyant shape of its blade which is curved radically, as if it were aflame.

Morning Star
The morning star is a combination of a mace and a ball and chain. The weapon is constructed of at least one ball which is attached to a haft by a metal chain. However, there may be more than one ball and chain utilized.
Ball and Chain
The ball and chain is an articulated concussion weapon which consists of a heavy metal ball at the end of a chain attached to the end of a haft. The flexibility granted by the chain multiplies the force of a blow, making it more difficult for an opponent to parry.
Leather Whip
A whip is constructed of a long flexible rod or piece of leather attached to a haft. The leather whip is the black sheep of the blunt family as it is not terribly affective against heavy armors.
Flail
Similar to the morning star, the flail consists of a spiked rod or ball suspended from a haft by a chain. The flail, however, is considerably more massive and requires both hands to wield.

Light Crossbow
A crossbow is a bow attached to a stock, so that it can be kept in the loaded state without effort from the user. In general, a crossbow is much easier to wield than its cousin, the bow. Thus, archers using crossbows may kneel in order to improve their aim.
Heavy Crossbow
A crossbow is a bow attached to a stock, so that it can be kept in the loaded state without effort from the user. In general, a crossbow is much easier to wield than its cousin, the bow. Thus, archers using crossbows may kneel in order to improve their aim.
Short Bow
Simple bows are primarily constructed of one material (usually wood). They consist of a single length of the material to which a bowstring is attached at each end and pulled tight.
Composite Bow
Unlike the simple bow, a composite bow is made from multiple layers of dissimilar materials (for instance wood, bone and sinew). This construction provides for strength.
Long Bow
A long bow is particularly large, often about the height of an archer.
Bow of the Wintermoon

Spear
Spear of Retribution
Trident
A trident is a unique pole arm whose long haft is topped with not one, but three pointed spikes.
Kraken Tooth
Halberd
A halberd is a pole arm with a long haft topped with a blade that combines an axe head, a point and a beak. A variant of the halberd, called the naginata, is rumored to be available in special shops. The naginata has similar, but enhanced properties, as the halberd.
Jeddart-Axe
A jeddart-axe is a pole arm with a long haft topped with an axe-head.
Javelin
Javelins are pole arm that resemble pikes, however they tend to be a bit shorter and are sometimes thrown.
Korseke Pike
A pike is a basic pole arm consisting of a long haft topped with a simple pointed blade.
Lance
Traditionally used from horseback, a lance resembles a pike with a long haft that is topped with a simple sharp blade.
Pilum
Similar to javelins, pilum are shorter pole arms. The hafts of most pilum are topped with an elongated spike or point.
Quarter Staff
The quarterstaff is a basic weapon which consists primarily of a long length of wood. The quarterstaff requires two hands to hold, however, both ends of the staff can be utilized in order to deal damage to an opponent.