As you venture through the medieval world of Medieval Dynasty, building and maintaining your dynasty is essential to your success. Building shelters and workstations is necessary to progress through the game.
However, when the durability of your buildings drops drastically, it’s important to know how to repair them. Many players have faced issues with repairing their dynasty, but fret not! In this guide, we’ll walk you through the steps on how to repair your house in Medieval Dynasty.
How to Repair House With -50% Durability
The first thing you need to do is check the durability of your house. You cannot repair buildings that are above 50% durability. If your house’s durability is below 50%, it will appear red, indicating that it needs to be repaired.
Equip a Wooden Hammer
To repair a house, you will need a wooden hammer. Make sure you have one in your inventory before attempting to repair your house.
Approach the Building and Select Repair
Go to the building that you want to repair and right-click on it. A menu will appear with several options, including “Repair.” Select the repair option.
Repairing a house requires a variety of materials such as logs, wood, stone, and other similar items. Gather these materials before attempting to repair your house.
Repair Your House
Once you have the necessary materials and have selected the repair option, you can start repairing your house. Use your wooden hammer to repair any damaged parts of the building. The progress bar will appear to indicate how much repair work is left.
How to Repair House With Over 50% Durability
You can’t repair a house that’s over 50% durability all you can do is upgrade it to bring it back up to 100% durability. To upgrade your house, you will need to use Daub, a crafting item. To do so, gather the necessary materials, including logs, planks, stones, and Daub. Once you have all the materials, right-click on the house and select the “Upgrade” option. Follow the prompts to upgrade your house.