Item Reference/1-Handed Weapons

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Rarity is determined as follows:

  • Buyable (Can be bought through a NPC)
  • Craftable (Can be made through a NPC)
  • Dyeable
  • Frequently Dropped (>1%)
  • Rarely dropped (≤1%)
  • No longer obtainable (Stuff which was once dropped by monsters or could be obtained through a temporary event quest)
  • Quest (Item can be gained through a permanent quest reward)

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No player is complete without a trusty weapon to aid them in their adventures. Some weapons can be used while holding a shield, but other weapons require two hands in order to use.


These items provide varying levels of protection from enemy attacks, and sometimes lessen certain types of attacks. You are allowed to wear one of each type of armor at one time.

Item Reference

Armbands Health Items Weapons 2 Handed Weapons
Helmets Legs Pets Ammo
Armors Boots Shields Neck
Books Gloves Special Other

The items are sorted first by attack, then by price, then by ID.

1-Handed Weapons

Image Name (ID) Damage Requiered level Range BUY/Sell Weight Description Rarity
Wooden Sword (3503) 4 5 1 GP
50 gp
25 For sword training. Do not show-off with it. -
Knife (3500) 5 1 1 GP
25 gp
6 A simple, but sharp knife. -
Piouslayer (3501) 15 3 1 GP
300 gp
26 A short sword for amateurs. -
Training Gladius (3502) 35 5 1 GP
400 gp
58 A short sword made for close combat. -
Artis Backsword (3504) 80 15 1 GP
1200 gp
86 An engraved backsword with the symbole of Artis on its brass hilt. -
Image Name (ID) Damage Range BUY/Sell Weight Description Rarity
Wand (1171)
M. Attack +5
Lvl 1 Wand / Requires 5+ Int
1 1 400 GP
200 gp
100 A basic magic wand. Quest
Toy Sabre (1215) 1 1 2000000 GP
25 gp
1 A toy item, doesn't do much damage. Buyable
Knife (1201) 5 1 50 GP
25 gp
120 A small knife; the perfect weapon for a beginner. Buyable, Frequent drop, Quest
Sharp Knife (522) 10 1 100 GP
50 gp
150 A really sharp knife. Don't hurt yourself! Buyable, Frequent drop, Quest
Dagger (521) 15 1 1000 GP
500 gp
200 A simple dagger. Buyable, Frequent drop
Sword (587) 15 1 1000 GP
500 gp
200 A simple but reliable sword. Unreleased
Long Sword (591) 15 1 1000 GP
500 gp
200 A sword with a long and agile blade. Unreleased
Axe (549) 100 1 20 GP
10 gp
1200 An axe. Unreleased
Short Sword (536) 100 1 8000 GP
4000 gp
2000 A small but sharp sword. Quest
Ice Gladius (867)
Luck +1
110 1 2000 GP
1000 gp
1000 A sword with a shimmering blue blade. Quest
Rock Knife (579)
Vitality +3
110 1 15000 GP
7500 gp
500 A knife made of stone. Quest
Setzer (571) 110 1 20000 GP
8000 gp
900 A sharp knife, named after a famous gambler. Quest
Bone Knife (570) 115 1 10000 GP
6000 gp
450 A knife masterly carved out of a bone. Quest

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