The following list is not intended to be complete, but merely a starting-point for most fantasy settings.
One Handed Blades
|A hand-and-a-half sword of great strength, used for slashing and piercing.
|A large often-ornate and often-double-sided axe on a metal shaft.
|A single-edged strong short sword with a slight bend halfway along its length.
|An axe with a metal head mounted atop either a wooden or metal shaft.
|An exceptionally short single-edged sword used by some to great effect.
|A razor-sharp single-edged sword often used with controlled slashing motions.
|A double-edged single-handed weapon often as long as a character’s legs.
|A thin edge-less piercing weapon often used to inflict precise wounds.
|Often a single-edged slashing and piercing weapon with a slight curve.
|A curved single-edged sabre used with slicing motions to great effect.
|Double-edged, this sword is typically no more than the length of ones arm.
|A curled single-edge weapon sharpened to a point, useful for gardening.
|A short straight single-edged weapon often used for close quarters combat.
Two Handed Blades
|A two-handed sword typically stowed across the back due to its enormous size.
|A heavy double-edged two-handed sword typically as long as its user is tall.
|A heavy double-sided metal axe head atop a thick metal handle.
|A thick-bodied single-edged sword with a flame-shaped cutting edge at its tip.
|Not just for farming anymore! A large metal blade attached at an angle to a shaped two-handed wooden staff. What the Grim Reaper supposedly uses.
One Handed Blunt
|A reinforced leather pouch filled with a heavy weight used to inflict non-lethal damage, such as knocking someone out.
|A molded often-solid piece of brass or similar metal made to fit one’s knuckles.
|It might’ve been a table leg at once… now it’s a club!
|A hammer, often with a sharp spike on the opposite side and a metal handle.
|A club-like weapon made of metal with a weighted end and a long handle.
|A club-like weapon with spikes, bumps or similar on the weighted striking end.
Two Handed Blunt
|A reinforced club-like weapon with an oversized weight on the striking end.
|A staff or save typically three-quarters as tall as its user, often made of wood.
|A long polearm or staff with a single-edged blade at the top.
|A pole with a hammer on one side opposite an edge and topped with a spike.
|A balanced pole topped with a piercing tip. Thrown or used at range.
Close Range Blades
|A small often double-edged handheld blade no longer than ones’ forearm.
|A punching dagger held by placing ones’ knuckles through the hilt.
|A small single-edged blade that appears as a smaller Falcata.
|A dagger of often-exceptional balance, used primarily for throwing.
|A small-bodied projectile with a needle tip. Blown or thrown.
|A section of rope or netting that has been weighted on two sides. Intended to entangle a target when thrown.
|Typically made of leather and capable of dealing lethal and non-lethal damage.
|A pair of weighted and reinforced leather gloves. Adrian!
|A style of fighting – you are the weapon.
|A bow suitable for long range with great power, often as tall as its user.
|A shorter bow suitable for short to medium range with good power.
|A short bow that makes use of pulleys to increase range and power.
|Before there were pistols, there were hand crossbows. Typically single shot. These weapons are often concealable and as such are a popular choice for spies.
|An easy-to-crank medium range crossbow. Can be fired one-handed.
|Much harder to wield, heavy crossbows offer more power and range.