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Tarisland Warrior Armor
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How to Repair Equipment in Tarisland

Don't fall into disrepair!

As you push through the main story questline, along with the various dungeons and raids in Tarisland, you’ll inevitably wind up with broken armor and weapons. Over time, your equipment takes damage and reduces in quality and durability, leaving you open to additional damage. Let’s avoid that altogether by learning how to repair equipment in Tarisland!

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How to Repair Items in Tarisland

The more damage you take in combat, the more durability your weapons and armor lose over time. Eventually, they’ll break and leave you completely open to critical damage. It’s best to keep a close eye on the status of each piece of gear you have equipped by hovering over the item in your character menu (Hotkey: C) and checking the durability stat at the bottom of the pop-up menu.

If you notice any of your items have low durability, open your bag (Hotkey: B) and select “Repair” from the bottom menu within the bag itself. This will notify you that your equipment’s durability is low and then provide you with the total cost to repair all of your items. Once you click “Confirm,” the process is automatic.

If you pay the silver to repair your equipment, it will repair all of your equipped gear to 100/100, and you’ll even unlock an achievement the first time you repair your gear!

How to Pay For Repairs in Tarisland

There are a number of ways to make money fast in Tarisland. For starters, you’ll earn quite a bit of silver—the game’s in-game currency—by completing quests, tackling dungeons, and defeating raid bosses. But the silver requirements to repair your equipment prove rather mediocre. It’s a handful of silver—ten, fifteen, twenty pieces at any given time.

As such, I recommend selling your unused equipment. Once you find an upgrade, like a better helmet or sword and shield, then auto-equip the new piece in the pop-up menu that appears upon receiving said piece of gear. Your old equipment will automatically be stored in your bag, where you can select “Sell” and then choose precisely which items you’d like to sell to an invisible merchant for silver. It’s quick and effective!

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Brandon Morgan
Brandon began writing in 2012, for websites such as OnlySP, before transitioning to digital marketing in 2016 to learn the ins and outs of SEO. In mid-2023, Brandon returned to write strategy guides for Prima Games, IGN, DualShockers, and more, with a focus on ARPGs, RPGs, and Survival games. His past coverage includes Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty, Starfield, Skull and Bones, and many more!