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Repairing items as you level?

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Is it worth it to get repair deeds to fix the items you've gotten as you've leveled?  I have several items that are deteriorating.  Should I just wait for something better to drop or are the deeds a decent idea?  I'm kind of clueless in this area.  I'm not sure what to do when I get to the point where I should be looking for 'the' suit.  Kinda a permanewb in this game, coming back to it intermittently from year to year.

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deeds aren't usually expensive, I'd repair stuff until you have replacements.

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While I agree, the deeds aren't usually that expensive, you will undoubtedly come across MANY weapons/armor you can use to skill up.  I usually don't bother with repairing anything until I have a completed suit that I know I will use up or artifacts that I want to keep using.  There really isn't a wrong way to do it.