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hunter's headdress repair issue

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Good evening all,

A guildmate is having an issue repairing his hunter's headdress. Says none of the regular repair deeds will work on it. He also mentioned someone told him that it has it's own repair deed (specialized). Does anyone have any suggestions on how to fix it?

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Ally

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You need it repaired by a tailor, look for one you can trust to repair it for you. There are a few of them like that, can't be repaired using repair deeds.

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cool tyvm Ally :)
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Basically, if you can't make it, you can't repair it with a deed. Some artifacts use item types like that, black staves, bear/deer masks, etc.

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always good to make your own crafter for theses situations
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