In this section you will find a list of all swords, what they do, and how to craft them.
The obsidian sword is a basic step up from a diamond sword for those looking for an upgrade, yet do not have the means to brave the Nether to get Netherite.
With 3x Cosmic Gem Slots, it has upgradability, but the downside of giving permanent slowness due to its immense weight. That same weight does give insane durability, however.
2x Iron Block, 2x Feather, 1x Stick
The light sword, as its name would imply, is incredibly light. So much so that it will give you increased speed while wielding it.
Due to the lightweight construction, the sword is incredibly fragile and requires some enchanting to make sure it doesn't immediately break.
Sword of Kyris
2x Blaze Powder, 1x Blaze Rod
The Sword of Kyris is a very simple sword made from only blaze drops. Essentially, you would only really use it if you find yourself in the Nether with nothing else to defend yourself with.
Although this sword is nothing special, it does have 3 Fire Gem slots for some upgrading potential.
6x Anvil, 2x Diamond Block, 1x Stick
With built-in knockback and a base damage of 12, this sword is designed to confuse its enemies.
Wielding this sword takes a lot of willpower, however, so you will be slowed slightly while it is drawn.
Cannot be modified in an anvil.
Forged through many years of refinement and labor, this sword has a razor sharp edge and will give you a large amount of movement speed.
However, that same process has also left the blade brittle, so it may take some extra enchantments to make sure it doesn't break too quickly.
Sword of Stamina
2x Golden Carrot, 2x Sushi Roll, 2x Energy Drink, 2x Diamond, 1x Stick
This sword may not do much damage, but it steals 4 hunger from your victim each attack.
This sword is forged from dead enemies, and is designed to make your target bleed so you can track them down or kill them more easily.
2x Iron Block, 1x Stick
The javelin sword is a lightweight weapon that gives decent movement speed.
Slightly better diamond sword that has a chance to parry an incoming attack.
6x Fire Charge, 2x Gold Ingot, 1x Blaze Rod
A slightly better version of the Sword of Kyris, this sword has built-in mending and fire aspect.
The Falchion is more of a giant blunt weapon than a sword, and as such takes two hands to wield properly.
2x Netherite Ingot, 2x Wither Skeleton Skull, 1x Wither Rose, 1x Stick
A true finesse weapon, the Rapier gives additional movement speed, as well as a parry chance.
2x Snow Block, 1x Carved Pumpkin
2x Dark Oak Saplings, 2x Brown Mushroom, 2x Red Mushroom, 2x Dense Rock, 1x Stick
A very, very annoying sword.
1x Nether Star, 3x Gold Ingot, 1x Stick
2x Spectral Arrow, 1x Iron Sword
The Stinger Sword has no abilites, but has a relatively high likelihood to do massive crit damage.
Has a chance to dodge incoming enemy attacks fully.
Sword of Stealth
The Sword of Stealth is not too powerful for attacking, but allows you to go invisible and gives movement speed.
6x Obsidian, 2x Ancient Debris, 1x Stick
Less of a sword and more of a reinforced slab of stone, this sword will allow you to block a certain amount of incoming damage for a short duration.
The Dodoex Sword is made to unleash the raw, unbridled power of... chickens???
Grants permanent slow falling and movement speed while holding.
Reign of Vitality
This sword cannot be modified in an anvil, but it does massive damage to undead enemies and has an absolutely devastating critical strike.
1x Compact Spider Eye, 1x Nether Wart, 1x Glass Bottle, 1x Glowstone Dust
The Implester Sword is a sword that does a little bit of everything, from having a dodge rating to having a decent crit chance, it is a good all-rounder sword with decent upgradability.
Sword of Blasphemy