Lord of the Rings Return to Moria has some challenging combat if you're a complete newcomer and struggle with managing several enemies at once. If you're hacking away at enemies, blocking their attacks, or just using your trusty pickaxe, you'll lose weapon durability. Learn how to repair your weapons and gear in Lord of the Rings Return to Moria.
Repairing your weapon is important as if you let the durability drop to zero, it becomes practically unusable and takes up an unnecessary slot in your inventory. It's better to repair it quickly and return to whatever activity you were up to. Let's go over how to repair weapons and the cost of this in Lord of the Rings Return to Moria.
For more Lord of the Rings Return to Moria guides, learn how to set up a camp and how to craft weapons.
How to repair weapons in Lord of the Rings Return to Moria
You can repair your weapons, pickaxe, and any gear with durability on it at the Repair Smithy. Build and interact with the Repair Smithy to see a list of all your available weapons with a percentage bar next to their durability. The lower the durability percentage, the more Metal Fragments you'll have to use to repair it. Luckily, weapon durability repairs aren't really expensive when starting out, and you'll only be spending Metal Fragments on these, even for the unique weapons.
How to build Repair Smithy in Lord of the Rings Return to Moria
Building the Repair Smithy requires you to have a Stone Hearth or Camp Hearth built nearby. Once you have the build option available in an area, open the build menu, go to the 'Essentials and Crafting' tab and select the Repair Smithy. Building the Repair Smithy will cost the following materials:
- Iron Ingots x5
You can get these Iron Ingots by placing Iron Ore in the Furnace and some Coal to light it up. Iron Ore can be mined from Iron Veins, and Coal can also be found from veins or crafted at the Stone Hearth. The Furnace requires some Stone to build/repair, depending on the state you find it in.
Once you have all the materials, just place the Repair Smithy down wherever you'd like to put it and get to repairing some weapons.
Since you'll eventually have a surplus of these, it's a good idea to keep a bunch on you to build a Repair Smithy in emergency scenarios.
That's all you need to know about building the Repair Smithy and how to use it to repair weapons in Lord of the Rings Return to Moria. For more guides, learn how to cook food and how to mine quickly.