There are various different types of weapons in Throne Of Lies. Your character starts with the Squire's Sword. You can equip weapons in the customization menu, where you can also equip armor.
Forged by Abaddon, The Angel of Death, himself. This heavy, fiery axe draws its dark power from the fires of Hell that burn, but do not consume.
Ceremonial Blood Staff
This staff was recovered from a once-known cultist lair, said to have been dropped by a senior member, offering us a glimpse of the powers of Mithras, the God of Blood. Don't stare at it for too long...
Crooked Voodoo Staff
This staff is said to hold the power to control Reapers. Although no one has successfully done so, this staff is known to be able to rip a soul out of victims' bodies.
The short and broad Pirate's Cutlass is perfect for slashing enemies while boarding ships. The dual, sharp steel blades double as a handy tool at sea.
Corax, the God of Darkness, defiled the Cursed Longsword with black magic. It draws power from his realm to drown its foe in eternal darkness.
The stories are told of this axe that bring about madness and terror. Simply wielding the axe has been rumored to instil the deepest fears against those that face it, dying from shock before the edge even hits them.
Frozen wastelands are not found far from Castle Adiart. The rest about this sword is currently unknown...
The earliest wizards of the Wasteland conjured ice magic & imbued a sacred rune with the power. It was long lost until a noble Knight stumbled upon it.
Some say an ice goblin stole this from a powerful mage from the north, but others hear it was just lodged in the stick-hand of a snowman.
The ultimate weapon of the God of Light's salvation, the Heaven's Sword was said to be raised up and handed down to those that have defend this realm during darker times.
A fragment of the Devil's brimstone imbued with dark magic, the Pulsing Rune sacrifices souls to hell while capturing their heartbeat within.
This ring belonged to the first wizard of Castle Adiart--so, the tale has been told by Kings - the real legend of this ring is said to hold infused power of the underworld flames.
Rune of Focus
A royal servant attempted to trick the Court Wizard into granting him immense power. This fool's fortitude now lives within the Rune of Focus.
Gifts are traditionally given throughout the Snowcrest season to both friend and foe. Recipients are unaware of where they stand until it's opened.
A symbol of eternal life, this evergreen Snowcrest tree was fallen on sacred soil and hardened into a claymore-like sword to punish poachers on our lands.
Spiked Morning Star
Sometimes called a "Mourning" star due to how many have fallen due to this heavily-spiked mace. No one even knows the spikes are forged with dragon whisker knockoffs!
A rusty, yet efficient sword, inherited from the fallen members of the castle; often called "The Undying Sword" since the sword, itself, lives on.
Sword of Kings
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Trident of The High Seas
Found lodged in the bones of a sea dragon, this trident proves that water spirits are not only real, but dangerous beings bound to this weapon.
Voidstone of Corax
Stolen from an ancient god of darkness, this stone wields the power to banish foes to it's realm. Was this stone really stolen, or was it merely dropped for another purpose...?
The spiral agate gem of the Vortex Amulet protects the wearer from elemental forces by absorbing great amounts of energy and expelling it outward.
It began as a simple, wooden club, but the Warden's Bludgeon has added more lethal adornment as it was passed from one warden to the next.
Although seemingly an ordinary crossbow, the Trueshot Crossbow always hits its target. At least, the target your heart aims for, if not your eyes.