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I'm trying to figure out how to repair my clothes with holes.

It seems that I can't reach 100% condition.

Does anybody repaired it?

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On 11/30/2019 at 6:51 PM, Maris said:

Patch repairs only 1 unit of defense of a hole.

Is it possible to repair the hole completely?

I don't have iwbums, but is there a taylor profession? If so, maybe they are particularly good at repair and upgrades?

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Patching a hole increases the general condition of the clothing and is dependent on your tailoring skill. So if you have a 10 tailoring skill, the patch is more efficient. Looks like the higher your tailoring skill, the better the patch is. So at level 10 tailoring, patching with the adequate material fully restores the hole, including the protection.

 

For a complete patch you requiere a high tailoring skill and the adequate materials for the clothing. For example, you can fully repair some jeans with some denim strips if your skill is high enough:

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Condition as far as I know only modifies the overall insulation of the clothing itself. And it usually stays like this because there's sometimes holes on the back of the clothing which are impossible to patch.

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On 12/2/2019 at 10:47 PM, axeladalidez78 said:

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Condition as far as I know only modifies the overall insulation of the clothing itself.

That's strange, doesn't it mean that you could abuse it to make zombie resistant summer clothes?

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21 hours ago, Rass said:

That's strange, doesn't it mean that you could abuse it to make zombie resistant summer clothes?

 

Summer clothies do not cover whole ur body, you can attach some patches to designed spots.

So you can protect some arms, but hard to get neck resistance.

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