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Tools are assorted utility items which have a variety of uses.

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Lockpicks[edit]

Lockpicks are used to pick locks on chests and doors. They are found in containers everywhere and can stack up to 200. Lockpicks can be used many times if you're careful enough when picking locks and don't break them. Pressing a tumbler for too long increases the chances of breakage, and the difficulty of the lock also has an effect. If you force a lock, you will always break a pick.

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Repair Kits[edit]

Repair kits can be used to repair damaged armor. All repair kits can be used on any level of armor, but lower level kits are less effective on higher level gear.

Repair Kit Level Description
Petty Repair Kit 1 Repairs items of any level, but is less effective on items over Level 9.
Minor Repair Kit 10 Repairs items of any level, but is less effective on items over Level 19.
Lesser Repair Kit 20 Repairs items of any level, but is less effective on items over Level 29.
Common Repair Kit 30 Repairs items of any level, but is less effective on items over Level 39.
Greater Repair Kit 40 Repairs items of any level, but is less effective on items over Level 49.
Grand Repair Kit 50 Repairs items of any level.
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Crown Repair Kits[edit]

Crown Repair Kits are purchased from the Crown Store or received in Crown Crates or Daily Rewards. These items will fully repair all of your gear at once.

Alliance War Repair Kits[edit]

These items are used to repair keeps and other structures in Cyrodiil.

Item Description
ON-icon-misc-Battered Bear Trap.png Siege Repair Kit Repairs a Siege weapon for 20000 HP.
ON-icon-style material-Nickel.png Keep Wall Masonry Repair Kit Repairs 5,000 points of damage to a keep wall.
ON-icon-ava-Keep Door Woodwork Repair Kit.png Keep Door Woodwork Repair Kit Repairs 5,000 points of damage to a door.
ON-icon-misc-Crate.png Bridge and Milegate Repair Kit Repairs 8,000 points of damage to a bridge or milegate.
ON-icon-wood-Rough Maple.png Practice Siege Repair Kit Repairs a Siege Weapon for 500 Hitpoints.
A practice repair kit that can be used only on the siege range.
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Soul Gems[edit]

Soul Gems are used to recharge weapon enchantments, and also to resurrect yourself or other players who have fallen in combat. Normally, these are found as Soul Gem (Empty), and can be filled by using the Soul Trap spell or the Soul Lock passive ability. Once filled, they can now be used for recharging and resurrecting.

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Crown Soul Gems[edit]

Crown Soul Gems can be purchased from the Crown Store, or received via Crown Crates or Daily Rewards. They are always pre-filled, but otherwise identical to standard Soul Gems.

Deprecated Soul Gems[edit]

Prior to Update (?), there was a range of soul gems at different levels. Afterwards, all Grand Soul Gems were renamed to simply "Soul Gem", and the lesser ones became useless.[verification needed — Or could they still be used? I forget.]

Gear[edit]

Within the game, various tools are used as weapons and armor by NPCs. Some of them are available to players as items or outfit styles, while almost all of them can be cosmetically used by players in Emotes.

Bucket[edit]

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"Lifts-Her-Tail: 'But, my lord, your broom is so very long and stiff! To move it back and forth, I shall have to use both hands!'" — Excerpt from The Dusty Argonian Maid

The Broom is a Two-Handed maul that could be purchased for 0005050 Crowns Crowns as part of the Pay to Lose category added to the Crown Store for April Fools' Day 2017.

Bucket[edit]

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"A Bucket helm? Nope, sorry—who would wear such a thing? It's far too silly and undignified. Be off. …Ha ha ha, fooled you! That sounds splendid! Where can I get one?" —Sir Cadwell of Codswallop

The Bucket is a Heavy Armor helm that could be purchased for 0005050 Crowns Crowns as part of the Pay to Lose category added to the Crown Store for April Fools' Day 2017.

Hammer[edit]

Hammer

Hammers are One-Handed maces es that are currently unobtainable. They are used by some NPCs such as New Moon Apprentices. They can also be used as part of the /hammer emote (along with /smash, /hammerlow, /hammerwall).

Pickaxe[edit]

Pickaxe
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Pickaxes are One-Handed and Two-Handed weapons. The two-handed version is available as the Antiquarian's Pickaxe Style, but the one-handed version is currently unobtainable. They are used by some NPCs such as New Moon Apprentices, Black Dart Croppers, and Treasure Hunters.

Shovel[edit]

Shovel
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Shovels are Two-Handed weapons that are currently unobtainable. They are used by some NPCs such as New Moon Apprentices, Black Dart Drudges, and Treasure Hunters. They can also be used as part of the /shovel emote.