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Skill: Armorer
Governing Attribute:
Successful Repair: +0.4

The Armorer skill is used to maintain weapons and armor at top effectiveness. Damaged weapons do less damage. Damaged armor provides less protection against attacks. As wear increases, the diminishing effectiveness of weapons and armor becomes dramatic.

This represents your skill at repairing damaged armor and weapons. To repair an item, you will need to use an armorer's hammer. These come in varying levels of quality, and have a limited number of uses. This skill can be invaluable if your gear is severely damaged while you are not near enough to a Blacksmith to pay for repairs. Unless your skill level is very low, buying and using armorer's hammers is cheaper than paying for NPC repairs, more so at higher levels, where your chance of success and magnitude of each repair is greater.

All Fighters Guild equipment chests have restocking supplies of armorer's hammers.

Character CreationEdit

The following races receive bonuses to their Armorer skill:

  • +10 bonus: Orc

No classes have Armorer as a Major skill.
The following classes have Armorer as a Minor skill:


The following factions include Armorer as one of their favored skills:


There is no Master Trainer for Armorer. It's supposed to be Sirollus Saccus at the Hawkmoth Legion Garrison in Ebonheart, but due to an oversight, he does not actually offer training.

The only trainers of this skill are:

Repair ToolsEdit

Item     Uses  

Repair Prongs

2.50 6 25 0.50

Apprentice's Armorer's Hammer

4.00 10 20 0.80

Journeyman's Armorer's Hammer

3.00 20 20 1.00

Master's Armorer's Hammer

2.00 50 10 1.30

GrandMaster's Armorer's Hammer

1.00 100 10 1.70

Sirollus Saccus' Hammer*

1.00 200 10 2.00

* Only available for sale by Sirollus Saccus in Ebonheart.


  • Repairing bound items might cause them to remain in your inventory forever. They cannot be removed, except with the console, nor repaired further.
  • Having lower Fatigue increases the likelihood of successfully repairing an item.