Topic: Survey: Repairs at blacksmith

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  • #20298
    mrbunnyban
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    Be honest. Did you know how to repair items at weaponsmiths and armorsmiths?

    I couldn’t find the interface so I was convinced it was missing and reported it as a bug. Imagine my surprise when told by Rap that this feature was already functioning in the game.

    Purpose of survey is to gauge if the interface is too obscure, or if it’s just me being blind. >.<

    #20321
    GlyphGryph
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    What are you talking about?

    #20334
    mrbunnyban
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    What are you talking about?

    I had no idea weaponsmiths and armorsmiths had a weapon/armor repair service as I couldn’t find it even though the description clearly states these buildings provide such a service. Did you know the weapon/armor smith had repair services?

    #20337
    Wanderer
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    It was stated some time ago. Just that the directions to use the repair services are not in the most obvious of places.

    You can see on the bottom of the screen that you alt-right click on the armor or weapon to be repaired. It has to be in your inventory to get repaired (yes, you have to strip your Brother if all of his gear needs to get fixed, as much as that may sound awkward to some people).

    #20346
    Wargasm
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    I didn’t know about it until I saw it mentioned somewhere on here.

    #20364
    Ioci
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    i always wondering how my brothers came to know the way to repair a weapon or an armor from a badly damaged to as good as new. they are either genies or fool. if i know how it works, i will run my own workshop instead of risking my life in a mercenary company facing zombies corpse eaters blood suckers greenskin mutants every day.

    #20377
    Namespace
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    Noticed that tooltip eventually… but it took me about 200 hours ingame I think :).
    I just think it is a bit too expensive for any early – mid company anyways. Only really makes sense when you got a few thousand crowns to spare.

    #20397
    Ioci
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    Noticed that tooltip eventually… but it took me about 200 hours ingame I think :).
    I just think it is a bit too expensive for any early – mid company anyways. Only really makes sense when you got a few thousand crowns to spare.

    they are not expensive for any early/ mid company at all, allow me to explain:

    in early/ mid game the main crown source is those weapon looted from dead bandits, after fully repaired the selling price for each of those will be from 100c to 500c, depends on the type, and 1 set of tool supply will fix you a lot of weapons, which means you will be filthy rich. :D

    #20437
    Namespace
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    they are not expensive for any early/ mid company at all, allow me to explain:

    in early/ mid game the main crown source is those weapon looted from dead bandits, after fully repaired the selling price for each of those will be from 100c to 500c, depends on the type, and 1 set of tool supply will fix you a lot of weapons, which means you will be filthy rich. :D

    Oh I was talking about the instant repair function at the weaponsmith or armorer buildings. Idk for weaponsmiths tbh because weapons repair fast enough as it is and don’t use a lot of tools.
    For early and mid companies the repair function is costly and kind of unnecessary, but on a late game company where my frontliners are waring 300+ armor it can take forever to repair them with tools so I sometimes just go to an armorer and repair it instantly for 900 crowns or so.
    They are also helpful for contracts like caravan escort or settlement defense where you have to fight multiple parties.

    They also lowered the prices of tools in one of the recent patches, at least on expert and we can carry 150 tools too. So yeah reparing weapons for extra cash is great.

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