The Soul Eater (ソウルイーター Souru Ītā?) is a form of Riku’s primary Keyblade that appears in Kingdom Hearts, Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories, Kingdom Hearts II, Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, and Kingdom Hearts coded. It is a sword that grows more powerful when used with darkness.
Soul Eater is first seen at Traverse Town, when Riku uses it upon two Soldiers that were about to attack Sora. He continues to use this weapon during his appearances until he is possessed by Ansem, who uses the Keyblade of People’s Hearts instead. In the final battle against Ansem and World of Chaos, Ansem uses a giant, double-bladed, pole-arm version of the Soul Eater. (Read more on Wikia.com)
The Oathkeeper (約束のお守り Yakusoku no Omamori?, lit. “Oath’s Charm”) is a Keychain for Sora’s Keyblade which appears in Kingdom Hearts, Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories, Kingdom Hearts II, Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, and Kingdom Hearts Re:coded. It also appears as half of Roxas’s dual set of Keyblades alongside the Oblivion, and was transformed from his original Kingdom Key after he absorbed Xion. Fundamentally, the Oathkeeper is symbolic of Sora’s memories of Kairi.
The Oblivion (過ぎ去りし思い出 Sugisarishi Omoide?, lit. “Passing Memories”) is a Keychain for Sora’s Keyblade which appears in Kingdom Hearts, Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories, Kingdom Hearts II, Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, and Kingdom Hearts Re:coded. In Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, it can be upgraded to the Oblivion+. It also appears as half of Roxas’s dual set of Keyblades alongside the Oathkeeper, and was transformed from the second Kingdom Key Roxas obtained after absorbing Xion. Fundamentally, the Oblivion is symbolic of Sora’s memories of Riku in Kingdom Hearts, the Oblivion is found in a chest in the Grand Hall, across from where Sora defeated Riku, in Kingdom Hearts II, Sora receives the Oblivion after he reunites with Riku and Kairi in The World That Never Was, and in Kingdom Hearts Re:coded, Data-Sora receives the Oblivion after defeating the possessed Data-Riku in Hollow Bastion. In Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, Riku himself can wield the Oblivion. (Read more on Wikia.com)
The Bolter, also called a Boltgun, and its variants are some of the most powerful hand-held ballistic anti-personnel weaponry in use by the military forces of the Imperium of Man. It is a powerful assault weapon that fires explosive kinetic rounds colloquially referred to as bolts. The Bolter is a weapon synonymous with the Adeptus Astartes, and rightly so. However, although the Space Marines are its primary user, the Bolter finds itself in use in military organisations throughout the Imperium. The weapon is fearsome, with explosive rounds capable of ripping through or blowing apart a foe. The Chaos Space Marines of the Traitor Legions were issued their Legions’ Bolters before the Horus Heresy, and therefore, use generally older variants than the patterns available to present-day Loyalist Space Marines. (Read more on Wikia.com)
The military issue combat knife is a rather common melee weapon in Fallout 3. It is affected by the melee damage bonus from Strength. It is one of the better low-level melee weapons, and can get around 3-4 strikes in V.A.T.S. even with a reasonable number of AP and a fast swing speed outside of V.A.T.S. However it has extremely short reach, about that of an unarmed weapon. With 10 Luck, it becomes an extremely potent weapon that will critically hit almost once every 4 to 5 hits. The combat knife itself has a single edge with a clipped point, with a serrated edge on the back. It is of the standard Bowie shape and it may have been modeled off the real-world KA-BAR military issue knife. (Read more on Wikia)
The M41 Pulse Rifle was the primary infantry weapon of the Colonial Marines during the late 22nd century. The M41A in particular saw regular use in engagements with the Xenomorph and Predator species. (Read more on Wikia)
The Israel Military Industries Desert Eagle is a large-framed gas-operated semi-automatic pistol designed by Magnum Research in the US. Over the past 25 years MRI has been responsible for the design and development of the Desert Eagle pistol. The design was refined and the actual pistols were manufactured by Israel Military Industries until 1995, when MRI shifted the manufacturing contract to Saco Defense in Saco, Maine. In 1998, MRI moved manufacturing back to IMI, which later reorganized under the name Israel Weapon Industries.(Read more on WikiPedia)
Ashbringer is a powerful sword known for its use against the undead. Upon being forged, the sword was named after its original wielder, Alexandros Mograine, former Highlord of the Silver Hand, who was known as “The Ashbringer” during the wars against the Undead. Alexandros’ oldest son, Renault betrayed and murdered him using the sword, transforming it into [Corrupted Ashbringer]. Alexandros was resurrected as a death knight and kept it in his possession until his younger son Darion was forced to kill him. Darion then used the sword to kill himself, attempting to free his father’s soul which became trapped in the sword, and consequently became a death knight himself. The sword became purified after Darion betrayed the Lich King. He relinquished it to Tirion Fordring.(Read more on Wikia)
The Blades of Chaos were a pair of chained blades fashioned by the God of War, Ares. Ares had these blades made for a servant that would prove worthy of the blades. These blades were the first pair of chained blades that Kratos used in the God Of War series. (Read more on Wikia)
The Casull is a classical semiautomatic handgun, based on pre WWII handgun designs by Colt, most notably Colt’s popular handguns, the M1911 and the M1903. It is approximately 39cm in length (being depicted to be about the same length as the Jackal), weighting approximately 6 kg unloaded and bears a six plus one shot magazine of the .454 Casull caliber that gave the gun its name. (Read more on Wikia)
The .45 Long Colt (EF Auto Ejecting, Double Action) is Vash’s and Knives’s weapon of choice. On a hilarious note the .45 Long Colt cartridge is a low pressure cartridge in real life which makes the range and penetration depicted in the anime to conflict with real live preformace of the cartrdige. These guns are based off of normal revolvers, most likely a Dan Wesson PPC revolver due to its resmbelance and the unique barrel on the bottom design. Vash and Knives use these guns to use the Angel Arm. Vash’s gun is silver, while Knives’s gun is black. It’s unkown whether these guns were salvaged or built by Knives in the story, all that is known is that Knives left Vash out of an old SEEDS ship for a whole year and returned with them. Vash shot Knives in the leg and stole his revolver after Knives had shown him the destructive power of the two guns, Knives eventually took his back from Vash durring the July incident and cut off Vash’s arm to retrieve it. (Read more on Wikia)