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In folklore[edit]

Further information: List of mythological objects#Weapons
Sword Kladenets – a fabulous magic sword in some Old Russian fairy tales.[citation needed]
Dyrnwyn – Sword of Rhydderch Hael in Welsh legend; When drawn, it blazed with fire; if drawn by a worthy man, the fire would help him in his cause, but its fire would burn the man who drew it for an unworthy purpose.
Hrunting and N?gling – Beowulf's magical swords.
Shamshir-e Zomorrodnegar – Legendary Persian sword.
Skofnung – sword of legendary Danish king Hrólf Kraki.
Thunderbolt – as wielded by various mythological deities such as Zeus.
Vajra – A composite weapon made from the bones of a willing sage used by Indra.
Gan Jiang and Mo Ye - Legendary Chinese twin swords named after their creators.
Sharur - the enchanted talking mace of Ninurta, Sumerian god
Ruyi Jingu Bang - Magical staff wielded by the Monkey King Sun Wukong in Chinese classic Journey to the West
Arabian History[edit]
Tho Al Fikar - A sword sent from the Heavens to the Prophet Mohammad and Given to Ali Bin Ibitalb.
Norse mythology[edit]
Dáinsleif - King H?gni's sword
Gram – Sword of the hero Sigurd from Norse mythology, also known as Nothung in the Ring cycle
Gungnir – Odin's spear.
Hrotti – Part of the treasure of the dragon Fafnir.
L?vateinn – A weapon mentioned in Fj?lsvinnsmál. Wielded by the monster, Surt.
Mjolnir – The hammer of Thor.
Tyrfing – A sword made by dwarves in the Elder Edda.
Irish mythology[edit]
Fragarach – Sword of the god of the seas Manannan mac Lir and later Lugh in Irish legend; it was said to be a weapon that no armour could stop.
Caladbolg – Two-handed sword of Fergus mac Róich in Irish legend; said to make a circle like an arc of rainbow when swung, and to have the power to cleave the tops from the hills.
Moralltach (Great Fury) - a highly lethal sword belonging to Aengus, which left no stroke nor blow unfinished at the first trial. Aoegus eventually gave to his foster-son Diarmuid Ua Duibhne along with a second sword of less power, the Beagalltach (Little Fury).
Gáe Buide and Gáe Derg - Spears of Diarmuid Ua Duibhne, given to him by Aengus. The yellow spear Gáe Buide was said to inflict wounds from which none could recover, the red spear Gáe Derg can destroy all magic means.
Claíomh Solais – Sword of Nuada the king of the gods in Irish mythology; In legend, the sword glowed with the light of the sun and was irresistible in battle, having the power to cut his enemies in half.
Gáe Bulg – Spear of Cúchulainn; made from the bones of a sea monster.
Spear of Lugh – Spear of Lugh, the champion of the gods in Irish Mythology.
Arthurian legend[edit]
Excalibur – King Arthur's magical warsword.
Clarent – King Arthur's sword of peace. Also sometimes known as the sword Mordred stole and later used to kill King Arthur. Sometimes called the Coward's Blade.
Carnwennan - King Arthur's dagger, sometimes described to shroud the user in shadow.
Rhongomiant - King Arthur's Spear
The Song of Roland[edit]
Almace – The sword of Archbishop Turpin.
Durendal – Indestructible sword of Roland.
Hauteclere – The sword of Oliver.
Joyeuse – Charlemagne's personal sword.
Japanese folklore[edit]
Ame-no-nuboko – Japanese halberd which formed the first island.
Kusanagi – Legendary Japanese sword.
Tonbogiri – One of three legendary spears created by the famed swordsmith Masazane. It is said to be so sharp that a dragonfly landing on the edge would be instantly cut in half. This is the origin of the name.
Honjo Masamune - A legendary and very real Japanese sword (with alleged mythical abilities), created by Japan's greatest swordsmith, Goro Nyudo Masamune. The Masamune sword is by far the most referenced Japanese sword in popular fiction, ranging through books, movies and computer games.
Spanish folklore[edit]
Tizona - the sword of El Cid, it frightens unworthy opponents, as shown in the heroic poem Cantar de Mio Cid.[1]
Colada - the other sword of El Cid, as Tizona its power depends on the warrior that wields it.[1]
The lance of Olyndicus, the celtiberians' war chief who fought against Rome. According to Florus, he wielded a silver lance that was sent to him by the gods from the sky.[2]
In novels[edit]

Axe of Hereward in Charles Kingsley's 1866 novel Hereward the Wake.[3]
Callandor – The sword that is not a sword, a powerful sa'angreal in Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time series.
Charon's Claw – Powerful sword from the Forgotten Realms series.
The Darksword – Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman's Darksword trilogy.
Grayswandir – The magic sword wielded by Corwin in The Chronicles of Amber by Roger Zelazny. Sister blade of Werewindle.
Frakir - Merlin's magically sentient garotte from the second Chronicles of Amber, also by Roger Zelazny.
Nehima – Lirael and Abhorsen by Garth Nix.
Ruyi Jingu Bang – A magical staff wielded by Sun Wukong in Journey to the West.
Snaga, the Sender - The great axe of Druss, the Legend, from the Drenai Series by David Gemmel.
Sword of Gryffindor – In the Harry Potter series, a that was previously owned by Godric Gryffindor. Has the power to reveal itself to any worthy Gryffindor student in a time of need. In the novels, reveals itself to Harry and Neville Longbottom.
Sword of Martin the Warrior – Weapon from the Redwall series of novels by Brian Jacques. Forged from a fallen star by a badger ruler. It appears to be unbreakable.
The Sword of Shannara – The sword enchanted by the druids to reveal truth in Terry Brooks novels.
The Sword of Truth – The sword wielded by the Seeker of Truth in the Terry Goodkind novels.
The Vorpal Sword in the poem Jabberwocky in Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll.
Vasilis, the sword of light and darkness in the Fablehaven series, by Brandon Mull
Werewindle – The magic sword wielded by Brand in The Chronicles of Amber by Roger Zelazny. Sister blade of Grayswandir.
The works of J. R. R. Tolkien[edit]
See also: List of Middle-earth weapons and armour
Anglachel – One of the two swords forged by E?l the Dark Elf out of a black iron meteorite. It is said to be able to cleave any iron from within the earth. Anglachel appears to be a sentient sword that speaks on occasion and has some will of its own.[4]
Glamdring, Orcrist and Sting – High-Elven swords; glow with a blue or white flame when Orcs are near. These are obtained during the events of The Hobbit and are carried respectively by Gandalf, Thorin Oakenshield and Bilbo Baggins. Sting is later passed onto the latter's nephew Frodo Baggins.[5]
Morgul-blade – Magical poisoned dagger wielded by Nazg?l.[5]
Caudimordax – This sword cannot be sheathed when a dragon comes within five miles of its bearer's presence.[6]
Andúril/Narsil – The sword of Elendil used to cut the One Ring from Sauron (Narsil) reforged several ages later by Elrond (Andúril); the reforging of the shards was foretold as a sign of the coming of the true King of Gondor.
Aiglos – The spear with which the Elven king Gil-galad went to war.
The works of Michael Moorcock[edit]
Mournblade – An enchanted blade from Michael Moorcock's Elric stories, twin to Stormbringer.
Kanajana - The sword of Erekose.
The Runestaff - A magical staff in Moorcock's Dorian Hawkmoon novels which preserves the Cosmic Balance.
Stormbringer - One of the two vampiric black runeswords inherited by the Melnibonean kings. Wielded by Elric of Melnibone.
The Sword of the Dawn - A magical blade in Moorcock's Dorian Hawkmoon novels.


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