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TahDahlia

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PostedJan 12, 2012 5:30 pm

The Elusive Repair Hammer

I am a noob who recently failed while trying to fortify her staff. I cannot find repair hammers, and even if I did, I wouldn't know how to use it.

I would really appreciate it if someone could explain where I could find it in auction (if it is there) and how to use it. (If it's not a simple right click.)

Please remember, I am a simple-minded person. Big words and basic acronyms confuse me.
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dreamwalker100

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PostedJan 12, 2012 7:56 pm
If you re looking to repair your item, just find any armour npc and repair it.
If you intent to restore your equipments' max duraiblity after numerous fails in fortification, you can find those repair hammers in the Auction under the 'Supplies' section, and then click the last row. You can filter away the orange,green,yellow to find the hammers more easily.

There are 2 type of hammer that help restore either 50% or 100% of your equipment. Using it is easy, right click the hammer in your inventory, it will be shaded, move your mouse over to the equipment you wish to repair and left click it. Done Smile.

TahDahlia

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PostedJan 23, 2012 10:37 pm
Thank you so much! I thought, for some reason, repair hammers were the only way to restore durability! I really appreciate your help!

TahDahlia

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PostedJan 25, 2012 7:11 pm
One more question. The option to repair your armour only shows once your durability is lowered, yes? O;

DarkBladesman

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PostedJan 25, 2012 7:56 pm
You are correct.

If your durability says 0/0, you need a repair mallet.
If your durability says...for example, 0/140, then you can repair it at an NPC. It means you're at 0 right now, but after a repair you will be back at 140.

Something to keep in mind as well is that lower level equipment is usually cheaper than a mallet. So if you ever get to 0/0, I'd recommend making a replacement.

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PostedJan 25, 2012 8:20 pm
NOTE: it won't always Go back to its original Durability after you repair. There's a high chance of "Max Durability Loss" which basically means it can go from 140/140 (140) to 120/120 (140).

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TahDahlia

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PostedJan 28, 2012 3:40 pm
I truly appreciate the help!

Andry131

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PostedJan 29, 2012 10:35 am
TahDahlia wrote:
I truly appreciate the help!  


Anytime! & Feel Free to ask any questions =]
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