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Super Newb Question

Discussion in 'UO Players Corner' started by Jandruz, Mar 2, 2010.

  1. Jandruz

    Jandruz Journeyman
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    Do NPC Armorers still repair weapons/armor? How do I bring up the menu. Stating repair isn't working for me, and when I handed the npc my sword he took it as a gift.

    I know, stupid...
     
  2. Beer_Cayse

    Beer_Cayse Guest

    No, they don't do that any more. Get repair deeds for the appropriate skill (Smith, Tailor, Fletcher). Player crafters can make them and typically sell them on vendors.

    To use one, you only need to be near the proper item(s) - forge/anvil for smith, spinning wheel for tailor. Shops are fine to use. Double-click the deed and target the item to repair. No skill needed at all.

    Even with a Legendary repair deed, there is a chance that 1 point of total durability will be lost. However, the current durability will always be topped off to the max allowed on the piece.

    If your total durability is really getting low, invest in some Powder of Fortification if it is a piece you want to keep for a while. One use of PoF adds 10 to the current and max durability numbers (maximum of 255).

    If you're on LA, I have a GM+ (over GM but not to Elder yet) Tailor and GM+ Smith. Would be glad to make you some deeds of each.
     
  3. Jandruz

    Jandruz Journeyman
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    Thanks for the info. I'm not on that shard, but I'll find someone who will do it for me.
     
  4. Beer_Cayse

    Beer_Cayse Guest

    if your shard is like mine, check Luna first even if sold out, if there are vendors with inner packs for deeds maybe ICQ the owner and see if they can whip some up for you at a decent price.