We've put together a guide for players interested in learning how to repair weapons in Tribes of Midgard.
Weapons and armor are among the most useful items players can equip on their Einherjar. Each one has its own stats, including bonuses for different elements that players can use to their own advantage. Like any tool, however, these items can get damaged and break — which can spell disaster if you're in the middle of a major battle with a Jotunn only inches from your village.
So, whether it's the "broken" Nornir Axe or a leveled-up Serpent's Tongue, here's how to repair your weapons in Tribes of Midgard.
How to Repair Weapons in Tribes of Midgard
This process is actually very simple and straightforward — and can be done right from the start of the game. All you need is a decent amount of souls, the broken weapon, and the ability to get back to your village.
Inside the village, on the right side, between the southern and western gates, usually between the tailor and the blacksmith, there will be a small raised plateau with a workbench and your War Chest. This area is where repairs can be made.
The workbench is the station we need. Here's how to repair your weapon:
- When approaching the bench, press the correct key to interact with it. This will bring up the repair menu.
- From the repair menu, find and select the weapon in your inventory you'd like to repair. This is typically done by selecting the Weapons tab and then the actual weapon from the window on the left. The amount of souls needed to repair it should be on display on the right.
- If players have enough souls, simply press the key corresponding to the Repair option on the bottom bar.
If done correctly, players will have successfully repaired their precious weapon and it will be ready for use in battle once more. Good hunting, Einherjar!