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This is a list of magical weapons from fiction and folklore. A magical weapon is one that is directly described as such in the work, or one that has obvious fantastic or supernatural qualities.

In folklore

Further information: List of mythological objects § Weapons


Indian mythology

Islamic mythology

Norse mythology

Irish mythology

Arthurian legend

Matter of France

Japanese folklore

Spanish folklore

In novels

The works of J. R. R. Tolkien

See also: List of Middle-earth weapons and armour

The works of Michael Moorcock

In popular culture

Other magical weapons

See also

References

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