Note: This article concerns only the original computer game.
The game includes a rather small number of equip-able weapons (compared to other games), and an even smaller number of those are actually any good. The amount of armor is negligible. The weapons you get as part of the story (steel sword in the Prologue, silver sword in Chapter II) are the baseline weapons. Most other weapons Geralt finds are of inferior quality, but there are a few upgrades available.
For related information, see Meteorites and Runes, which contain a list of the different combinations of meteorites and runes you can apply to weapons, or Armor which discusses what armor there is in the game.
This article serves as a launch point for more specific information.
Steel swords Edit
|Witcher's steel blade||200||40|
|Ceremonial sword of Deithwen||1500||300|
|Elven sword of the Blue Mountains||400||80|
|G'valchir, a Mahakaman rune sihill||1000||300|
|Holy sword of the Order||500||100|
|Sword of the Order||350||70|
|Temerian steel sword||200||40|
|Dol Blathanna rune sword||1000||500|
|Sword of Vaclav's grandfather||–||–|
Silver swords Edit
None of the silver swords can be bought or sold.
|Witcher's silver blade||–||–|
Heavy weapons Edit
|Mahakaman two-handed axe||300||60|
|Two-handed steel axe||280||56|
Short weapons Edit
Also called "Light" or "Small weapons":
|Dwarven axe from Carbon||100||20|
|Holy axe of the Order||500||100|
|Holy battle hammer of the Order||400||80|
|Mahakaman battle hammer||400||80|
|Mahakaman dwarven axe||400||80|
|Mahakaman rune dagger||300||60|
|Mount Carbon dwarven axe||400||80|
|Mount Carbon rune axe||400||80|
|Order battle hammer||250||50|
|Temerian battle flail||200||40|
|Temerian iron axe||200||40|
|Temerian iron dagger||50||10|
|Temerian steel axe||300||60|
|Temerian steel dagger||100||20|