Repairs

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An NPC's repair dialogue box
Disambig icon.png This article is about the game mechanic. For other uses, see Repair.

Repairs is a game mechanic that removes the penalty for being defeated.

Mechanics[edit]

Armor state: 5 Damaged and 2 Broken

When defeated, one random piece of equipped armor (including back items and breathing apparatuses) will become damaged. This has no negative effect on the character - damaged armor still provides its full defense and attribute bonuses.

After all equipped pieces of armor are damaged, items will randomly become broken when defeated. Broken armor provides no attribute or defense bonuses, but upgrade components continue to provide their normal effects.

Damaging and breaking armor does not occur when:

Display

The current state or status of a character's armor may be displayed using the equipment tab of the Hero panel. Damaged armor is indicated by a Repairs shield yellow damage.png yellow shield over the item icon. Broken armor is indicated by a Repairs shield red broken.png red shield over the item icon and is not displayed on the character.

Repair

Damaged and broken equipment may be repaired at no cost:

  • Repairs.png
    Equipment Repairs NPCs and anvils will repair all damaged and broken armor, both equipped and in the character's inventory when interacted with.
  • Instant Repair Canister.png Instant Repair Canister will repair all damaged and broken equipment that is currently equipped.
  • Endless Repair Canister.png Endless Repair Canister Double-click to instantly repair broken or damaged armor.

Dialogue[edit]

Have any damaged armor? I'll fix it right up!
If the character has damaged armor:
Talk more option tango.png
Great, fix me up!
Good as new! Unless you start up bear-wrangling, this should last you a while.
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That won't be a problem. Thanks.
Before unlocking the repair function on your character:
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What do you mean by "damaged" armor?
You don't have to worry about this yet, but suffering a defeat in battle will damage your armor. Visit me and I'll have you up and running in no time!
Talk Merchant.png
I'd like to sell a few things. (same as below)
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Thanks.
Talk Merchant.png
I'd like to sell a few things.
All right, show me your wares.
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You mentioned armor repairs.
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That's all I needed. Thanks.
Talk end option tango.png
No, thanks.

Notes[edit]

  • Amulets, rings, accessories and weapons cannot be damaged.
  • If defeated underwater, breathing apparatuses may be damaged instead of head piece.
  • Swapping equipped damaged armor for undamaged armor in your inventory will prevent it from becoming broken.
An NPC's repair dialogue box during the beta with available funds and repair cost.

Trivia[edit]

  • Equipment repair costs were removed with the April 15, 2014 game update. Before the update, each damaged or broken piece cost Copper coin plus Copper coin per level to be repaired, e.g. 11 Silver coin 48 Copper coin to repair a full set of seven level 80 pieces of equipment.