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How to repair weapons at the blacksmith in Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes

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Repairing weapons at the Blacksmith in Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes is important to find some excellent gear for your units. Normally, the Blacksmith would repair the equipment your characters used in battle, but in Three Hopes, the repair function has you restoring rusted swords, axes, bows, and lances. Utilizing this function is important to find some superb gear in the game. Here’s what you need to know about how to repair weapons at the Blacksmith in Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes.

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Repairing weapons

You will have the chance to begin repairing weapons after you unlock the Blacksmith, which occurs naturally as you progress through the story. You can find them in your War Camp, next to your Armorer. Speak with the Blacksmith and repairing weapons will be one of the available options.

The only weapons you can repair will be the rusted weapons. Before you can start repairing them, the Blacksmith facility will need an expansion. First, you will need to unlock the Learn Introductory Blacksmithing. You will need Basic Building Materials and Apprentice Smithing Sets, which you can find by taking over territories, and surveying locations.

Rusted weapons

After you build the expansion, select any of the rusted weapons you have collected and have them repaired. These weapons will transform into a powerful items, such as a Steel Axe, Steel Sword, or a Steel Bow. It will vary based on the type of rusted weapon you attempt to repair. The number next to the weapon indicates the upgrade level.

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Repairing any rusted weapon at the Blacksmith will cost multiple Smithing Stone, but to find a random Steel weapon with some upgrades already on it is always a worthwhile investment.

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