Mabinogi World Wiki is brought to you by Coty C., 808idiotz, our other patrons, and contributors like you!!
Want to make the wiki better? Contribute towards getting larger projects done on our Patreon!

Difference between revisions of "Repairing"

From Mabinogi World Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
m (Repair Costs)
m (Repair Costs)
Line 19: Line 19:
 
**The NPC selling price can be checked by viewing the item in a trade window.
 
**The NPC selling price can be checked by viewing the item in a trade window.
 
**All items, even ones that aren't sold by an NPC, have an NPC price.
 
**All items, even ones that aren't sold by an NPC, have an NPC price.
**All items of the same kind will have the same repair costs, regardless of whether it was monster dropped or bought under the [[Daily Effects|Wednesday]] daily effect and/or [[Human#NPC_Shops_of_an_Allied_Race|Alliance e discounts]].
+
**All items of the same kind will have the same repair costs, regardless of whether it was monster dropped or bought under the [[Daily Effects|Wednesday]] daily effect and/or [[Human#NPC_Shops_of_an_Allied_Race|Alliance discounts]].
 
***However, items with enchants that modify repair costs will violate this rule.
 
***However, items with enchants that modify repair costs will violate this rule.
 
*Repair costs increase at the NPCs who have a higher success rate; you'll have to find your own balance between success rate and repair cost.
 
*Repair costs increase at the NPCs who have a higher success rate; you'll have to find your own balance between success rate and repair cost.

Revision as of 20:41, 4 April 2010

Basic Info

  • As you wear an item that can be equipped, usually its durability will be used up. The only way to recover durability is to have the item repaired by the proper NPC. It costs money to repair.
  • You can either choose to repair an item for all of its lost points, or for 1 point at a time.
  • NPCs can fail to repair an item; their success rate is fixed and will be revealed to you when selecting the item to be repaired.
    • When a repair fails, the item's max durability decreases by 1. There is currently no way to recover maximum durability except with certain item upgrades.
    • To increase your odds of a successful repair, it is recommended that you bless your item by using a Holy Water of Lymilark on it. Although the actual success % increase is unknown, it is generally agreed that it increases the success rate significantly enough to make it worthwhile.
      • The blessing will be removed if a repair fails.
      • Therefore it is recommended to repair point by point, so that if it fails, you can re-bless the item.
    • Weather has no effect on success rates.
    • If you're really attached to a particular item or items that can be repaired, such as your armor or weapons, it is generally recommended to choose an NPC with a higher repair success rate so that your item will last longer. However, it will increase the repair costs.
    • On the bright side, if the NPC fails, you won't be charged for the repair.
  • Note that some items, like Signs and many event items, cannot be repaired. Also, Spirit Weapons (excluding Eiry, the beginner weapon) have an entirely different repair method.
  • Also, see the Repair Guidebook, Nexon's in-game book on repairing.

Repair Costs

  • Repair costs are based on the the value an NPC would sell the item for.
    • The NPC selling price can be checked by viewing the item in a trade window.
    • All items, even ones that aren't sold by an NPC, have an NPC price.
    • All items of the same kind will have the same repair costs, regardless of whether it was monster dropped or bought under the Wednesday daily effect and/or Alliance discounts.
      • However, items with enchants that modify repair costs will violate this rule.
  • Repair costs increase at the NPCs who have a higher success rate; you'll have to find your own balance between success rate and repair cost.
Base Success Rate Cost (% of item price)
90% 1%
91% 2%
92% 3%
93% 4%
94% 5%
95% 6%
96% 8%
97% 10%
98% 14%
99% 20%
100% 25%
 

Repair Tips

  • Applying Holy Water of Lymilark to an item increases its chance of successfully repairing by halving the failure rate.
  • One point repairs allow for you to reapply Holy Water of Lymilark to bless an item in the case of a "failure"
  • Avoid repairing at Ferghus and Elen. Edern will repair with a much higher success rate but at a costly expense depending on the weapon/armor. Nerys, Osla, and Nicca are better than Ferghus but are not as good as Edern. Repair costs are also at a moderate level. The same applies for other NPC's.

Types of Repair

No NPC will repair all items available in the game. Only one to a few NPCs will repair any one type of item and these NPCs are grouped together by the items they are prepared to repair. Note that, although a specific item can be repaired by more than one NPC however their success rate may differ. The type of repair done by an NPC is usually related to their occupation, however, this is not always true.

Effie is the only NPCs that does two types of repairs, Tailor Repairs and Miscellaneous Repairs, where she has a 98% success rate for both.

The following applies to the repairable items lists for each type of repair. If the majority of a group of items use a certain type of repair then that group is considered to use that type of repair. Any items in that group which use another type of repair are listed as exceptions and items that cannot be repaired at all are ignored.

Tailor Repairs

Tailor repairs are for most equipment items that are not accessories or magical equipment and are generally believed to require a tailor, more than anything else, to repair. An NPC's occupation does not need to be a tailor to do tailor repairs, for example, Effie and Nora can do tailor repairs but neither's occupation is a tailor.

NPC Location Base Repair Rate
Nora Tir Chonaill 94%
Simon Dunbarton 98%
Ailionoa Emain Macha 98%
Effie Qilla Base Camp 98%
Lepus Filia 98%
Zeder Vales 98%
Kusina Cor 98%
Brenda Taillteann 98%
 

Blacksmith Repairs

Blacksmith repairs are for most items that can be equipped, are not accessories, magical equipment or magic weapons and are generally believed to require a blacksmith, more than anything else, to repair. An NPC's occupation does not need to be a blacksmith to do blacksmith repairs, for example, weapon dealers can do blacksmith repairs.

NPC Location Base Repair Rate
Ferghus Tir Chonaill 90%
Nerys Dunbarton 95%
Elen Bangor 90%
Edern Bangor 98%
Osla Emain Macha 95%
Nicca Qilla Base Camp 95%
Meles Filia 95%
Taunes Vales 95%
Waboka Cor 95%
Kelpie Calida Exploration Camp 95%
Karpfen Taillteann 95%
Andras Taillteann 96%
Granat Taillteann 97%
 

Wand Repairs

Wand repairs are for wands used as magic weapons.

NPC Location Base Repair Rate
Lassar Tir Chonaill 92%
Stewart Dunbarton 95%
Heulfryn Qilla Base Camp 93%
Kirine Vales 93%
Castanea Filia 93%
Berched Taillteann 97%
 

Miscellaneous Repairs

Miscellaneous repairs are for items that can be equipped but are not repaired by NPCs that provide other types of repairs. NPCs that provide miscellaneous repairs also run general stores, however, a notable exception is Gilmore in Bangor, who repairs nothing.

NPC Location Base Repair Rate
Malcolm Tir Chonaill 95%
Walter Dunbarton 92%
Galvin Emain Macha 93%
Lorraine Dugald Town 90%
Elain Sen Mag Town 90%
Effie Qilla Base Camp 98%
Granites Filia 95%
Pierrick Taillteann 93%
 

Magical Equipment Repairs

Magical equipment repairs are for equipment items that require the use of magic to create them. Fleta is the only NPC to use magic to create such items and therefore is the only NPC that can repair them.

NPC Location Base Repair Rate
Fleta Sen Mag Plateau 98%
 

Accessory Repairs

Accessory repairs are for items equipped as accessories. Jennifer is the only NPC who can repair accessories. Accessory repairs can be expensive, the cost per point of repair is over 40,000g.

NPC Location Base Repair Rate
Jennifer Bangor 98%
 

Cylinder Repairs

Future content.png This article includes content that is unreleased in North America.
This content has not yet reached its estimated release timeframe. Details may change upon release. This article is likely based on overseas version(s) of Mabinogi. It is estimated that Repairing will arrive in G9.

Cylinder repairs are for items equipped as cylinders used in Alchemy skills.

NPC Location Base Repair Rate
Eabha Taillteann 97%
Heledd Tara 92%
 

Brionac Repairs

Future content.png This article includes content that is unreleased in North America.
This content has not yet reached its estimated release timeframe. Details may change upon release. This article is likely based on overseas version(s) of Mabinogi. It is estimated that Repairing will arrive in G11.

Brionac repairs are for the G11 Mainstream Scenario reward item Brionac the Sword of God. Dorren is the only NPC who can repair Brionac and it costs 4 AP per point of repair.

NPC Location Base Repair Rate
Dorren Taillteann 100%