Tales of Tolgard
These are but a few of the weapons that can be found on the Material Plane. Conflict takes many forms in these lands, and almost all use some type of weapon or another.
aquatic crossbow – Special type of crossbow that works underwater.
axe – A lumberjack’s weapon of choice for slaying trees.
bastard sword – Hand-and-a-half cousins of longswords.
bardiche – A short polearm with a large axe head.
battle axe – The warrior’s version of an axe.
bill – A hooked polearm.
bō – Keshiki staff.
bo-shuriken – Stake like version of the shuriken.
bola – Weights tied together with rope.
bow – Basic type of ranged weapon.
broadsword – Large bashing sword similar to the claymore.
chakram – Round circular sharpened disk of metal that is thrown at enemies.
claymore – Large bashing sword similar to the broadsword that varies in they type of hilt.
club – A simple, wooden bludgeoning weapon.
composite longbow – Long range bow designed to utilize the wielder’s strength.
composite short bow – Short range bow designed to utilize the wielder’s strength.
crossbow – Type of ranged weapon that requires little skill.
cutlass – This sword, similar to a sabre, can often be found in use on ships.
dart – Ranged weapon that is thrown.
dwarven battle axe – Heavier than a battle axe, skillfully wielded by dwarves.
épée – This sword , one of the finesse weapons, does not have an edge and is one of the three primary weapons used in fencing.
falchion – A large, single edged sword.
fauchard – A polearm with a curved bladed head similar to a naginata.
flail – A bludgeoning weapon that consists of a handle, chain, and a weighted head.
foil – This sword, one of the finesse weapons, sees very little real combat usage beyond formalized fencing.
glaive – This polearm, with a large metal head, is designed to take out calvary.
great axe – A huge version of a battle axe, must be wielded with two hands.
great club – Larger version of the classic club.
greatsword – Huge, two-handed sword.
guisarme – A hooked polearm.
halberd – A combination polearm of an axe head, spike, and hook.
hand axe – Smaller version of an axe can be wielded one handed.
hand crossbow – Small version of the basic crossbow.
harpoon – Spear-like fishing implement.
heavy crossbow – Fires stronger bolts but is slower to reload.
hira shuriken – Flat metal shuriken.
greatsword – Huge two-handed cousins of longswords.
javelin – This polearm is designed for ranged attacks.
kama – Keshikan weapon similar to a sickle.
kama yari – Variant of the yari with one or more horizontal blades.
katana – This sword is one of the traditional keshiki weapons.
kukri – This dagger, with its unique shape, is a traditional sarcosan weapon.
lance – Arguable the longest polearm of all, used for jousting.
lasso – A length of rope with a slip knot.
light crossbow – Fires weaker bolts but reloads faster.
longbow – Long ranged ranged weapon.
longspear – The step in length between a spear and a lance.
longsword – The most common type of sword.
mace – A metal bludgeoning weapon.
machete – This sword, with very utilitarian uses around docks and for clearing jungle, is a traditional sarcosan weapon.
main-gauche – This dagger, one of the finesse weapons, is sometimes used in fencing.
man catcher – Polearm designed to take your foes alive.
maul – An over sized hammer with a huge wooden head.
meat cleaver – Weapon rarely seen outside the kitchen.
military fork – Polearm characterized by a two-prong head.
morningstar – Spiked bludgeoning weapon.
naginata – Polearm weapon used in Keshiki.
net – A non lethal weapon popular under the sea.
nunchaku – This bludgeoning weapon is one of the traditional keshiki weapons.
ox tongue – Wide-headed spear.
partisan – A polearm with a double bladed axe built into the head.
pickaxe A piercing weapon, the military version of this digging tool usually has twin points.
pike – An extremely long form of spear.
pincer staff – A very exotic weapon rarely wielded by anyone but kuo-toa.
pitchfork – Pronged agricultural tool.
quarterstaff – A long, rounded, wooden pole usually wielded two-handed.
ranseur – Spear tip with a cross hilt.
rapier – This sword, one of the finesse weapons, has two edges and is sometimes used in fencing.
repeating crossbow – Crossbow designed with five bolt replaceable clip.
sabre – This sword, one of the finesse weapons and similar to a cutlass, is thought a descendant of the scimitar and is often used by calvary; it also sees some usage in fencing.
sai – Small, dagger like piercing weapons originating in Keshiki.
sap – Small and efficient, a great tool for knocking someone out.
scimitar – These curved swords, first seen among the Janni, are all the rage in Oasis.
scythe – Farming implement sometimes used for battle.
scourge – Type of whip most often used for torture.
shillelagh – Druid’s magical club of choice.
short bow – Short ranged ranged weapon.
short spear – Shorter version of the classic polearm.
short sword – A sword with a length between a longsword and a dagger.
schiavona – A large type of broadsword.
sling – Simple ranged weapon.
spear – This polearm is one of the most basic weapons of all.
spetum – Spear head with sharpened crosspieces.
spiked chain – Long length of chain that has good reach and excels at disarming opponents.
staff – Large piece of wood, usually a branch or sapling.
su yari – Simple yari variant without horizontal blades.
tantō – This dagger is one of the traditional keshiki weapons.
throwing dagger – This special type of dagger is specifically designed for ranged attacks.
tonfa – This bludgeoning weapon is one of the traditional keshiki weapons.
trident – This polearm has a barbed, three pronged head.
tsurugi – A kind of Keshiki broadsword.
yari – A type of spear.
yumi – Asymmetrical longbow from Keshiki.
war hammer – Weapon form of the common tool.
warmace – This huge mace takes a strong and skillful arm to wield it.
wakizashi – This short sword is one of the traditional keshiki weapons.
whip – These non lethal weapons are often used to subdue and tangle foes.
arrow – Ammunition for bows.
bolt – Ammunition for crossbows.
flight arrow – Arrows that do less damage but fly farther.
memory arrow – A type of magical pixie arrow.
sheaf arrow – Arrows that do more damage but do not fly as far.
sleep arrow – A kind of magical pixie arrow.
sling bullet – Ammunition for slings.
bludgeoning weapons – These weapons use their weight and mostly blunt surfaces to get their point across.
daggers – This short type of sword, often used where subtly is more important than slaughter, has dozens of variations.
edged weapons- These weapons utilize sharp blades in their design.
hurled weapons – Subcategory of ranged weapons that use only the arm’s strength.
non lethal weapons – Weapons that do not kill, either trapping or knocking out opponents.
piercing weapons – Weapons that apply their force through a single point instead of a sharpened edge or a heavy, flat facet.
polearms – These weapons use various types of sharpened heads at the end of poles to keep foes at bay.
ranged weapons – Weapons for attacking at a distance.
swords – With thousands of variations, this is the archetype weapon with a blade, a guard, a hilt, and a pommel.