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I started playing Elder Scrolls Arena again with a new character, this time a Knight due to their ability allowing them to auto repair their equipment and also being immune to paralysis.

Could anyone explain to me how the repairing ability works? I have some magical items (belts, torcs, crystals) but I don't see them getting repaired. Thanks in advance.

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  • I have little experience with Arena, therefore not an answer. But in Daggerfall, magic items cannot be repaired at all unless you change a specific ini-setting. It is possible the same thing applies to Arena.
    – Dulkan
    Jun 26, 2017 at 11:46

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The repairing ability for the Knight is for equipment that is, armor and weapons - not magically enchanted gear.

They also have the ability to repair damaged weapons or armor. This ability is done automatically to any weapons or armor in their inventory.

Special: Immune to Paralysis; Automatically repair damaged weapons or armor; 25% Lockpick Effectiveness

The magical items need to be recharged, not repaired. A way to do this is at the Blacksmith.

Blacksmiths can also repair weapons, armor, and charged magic items (marks, crystals, bracers, rings, and artifacts).

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    Thanks, this is a very good answer. Now I understand why my weapons and armor are always in good condition, but not my magical items.
    – Ethan
    Jun 27, 2017 at 12:07
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I'm pretty sure that charges from enchanted armor and weapons get recharged whenever the kinght's repair ability kicks in. As mentioned before, this does not happen with non-armor/weapon equipment such as amulets, torcs, etc.

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