How to request gear repairs and repair others gear in Final Fantasy XIV

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Square Enix added the ability to repair other players' gear inside dungeons, trials, and raids to Final Fantasy XIV in patch 6.2. This meant there was perhaps no longer an issue with having to zone out of a raid after everyone's gear had gotten too low in durability. But how exactly do you request repairs and repair the gear of others in Final Fantasy XIV

Where you can request gear repairs after FFXIV 6.2

You can request to have your gear repaired by other members of your Party or Alliance. Players may then offer gear whose durability is below 100% to repair it, adding 100% to its durability.

Making Requests for Repair in Final Fantasy XIV

To request a repair:

  1. Select the player to whom you wish to send a request in the party menu and Right Click.
  2. Select Request Repair from the subcommand menu.
  3. In the window that appears, confirm all the gear you wish to have repaired, set a reward (if you want), then select Submit Request. You can offer a reward to repair your gear, up to 1,000,000 gil.

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The list of items to offer for repair will only include gear with less than 100% durability. If the requested player cannot meet the requirements to repair a piece of gear, such as being too low level or not having enough dark matter, it will appear grayed out in the list.

Repairing other player’s gear in FFXIV

To repair someone else's gear, just accept the request. This will consume Dark Matter appropriate to the level of the gear being repaired. 

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