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Currently there are a total of 19 weapons in game, each craftable with 3 different materials! Below is a pictoral list of all the weapons in the game as well as a brief description. Each weapon has a price, durability, and length rating.

Notes: -The cost to sell things appears to be 40% of it's purchase price. (rounded) -Images before


CrudeDagger.png

The Crude dagger is the first weapon that you can smith requiring (recipe to come). It's practically worthless and as far as I can tell even worse than the rusty sword, which you start with. This is an easily discarded weapon once you get your levels in and your crafting skills up.


ShortSword.png

The Short Sword is the second weapon that you can smith requiring (recipe to come). It's three times more durable than the dagger, but still nearly as long as the dagger. however the durability makes up for it. This should be the top priority to smith. Unfortunately does not sell for much.


Gladius.png

The Gladius is the third weapon that you can smith requiring (recipe to come). It's twice as durable than the short sword, but still only two centimeters longer than the dagger - a very short weapon. The selling price is around 1 copper and 2 crude so not entirely worthless to sell, but it still might be a waste of time to try to farm money selling these.


CrudeSword.png

The Crude Sword is the forth weapon that you can smith requiring (recipe to come). It's twice as durable than the Gladius and a significant bit longer than the dagger - 8cm. The selling price is around 2 copper so definitely worth crafting, though the next entry is easier to manufacture and fetches almost double the price.


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The Machete is the fifth weapon that you can smith requiring (recipe to come). It's twice as durable than the gladius, but only one centimeter longer. The selling price is the big increase being nearly double than a crude sword but only taking half the time. at nearly 4 copper this weapon is a cashable option. It also is the last weapon in the beginner's smithing manual.


Khopesh.png

The Khopesh is the sixth weapon that you can smith requiring (recipe to come). It's nearly twice as durable as the machete and is also only one centimeter longer. The selling price justifies the higher skill required and the inability to make it out of tin, requiring the harder to obtain copper. This cashes in at nearly 5 copper a blade, making a tidy sum if mass produced.


Cleaver.png

The cleaver is the seventh weapon that you can smith requiring (recipe to come). It's twice as durable and a centimeter longer. This is about as complicated to make than the khopesh and not too much more in price to sell.


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The Pirate Sword is the eighth weapon that you can smith requiring (recipe to come). It's nearly three times as durable and a couple centimeters longer. With the price nearly half of a gold coin, the selling price is significant at this point, although the difficulty of producing this blade may require a little investment in leveling up your character.


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The Knight's Sword is the ninth weapon that you can smith requiring (recipe to come). It's over two times as durable as the pirate sword but only one centimeter longer. This is the model the rusty sword is based off and is about into the middle of the game. Selling for nearly 4 silver, this is also takes a lot of resources to produce, but fetches a good price.


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The Falchion is the tenth weapon that you can smith requiring (recipe to come). it's 1cm longer than the Knight's Sword and has more than three times as much durability. It's the first weapon that has Nickel as the lowest Material and therefore goes up to Iron.


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The Scimitar is the 11th weapon that you can smith requiring (recipe to come). It's 2cm longer than the Falchion and has roughly 3.5 times as much durability.


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The Katana is the 12th weapon that you can smith requiring (recipe to come). It's 2cm longer than the Scimitar and has more than three times as much durability.


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The Katana is the 13th weapon that you can smith requiring (recipe to come). It's 2cm longer than the Katana and has more than three times as much durability. It's the first weapon that has Invar as the lowest Material and therefore goes up to Steel.