|The source of power for the Marble Colossus found within his core. It is intended to give life to golems, but it can provide benefits to the living as well.|
|On Equip||+6 ATT, +6 DEF, +6 SPD, +6 DEX|
This powerful ring provides hefty boosts to four important stats. It is tied with the Forgotten Crown for the strongest DPS-increasing ring in the game (providing an overall +12 to offensive stats), however compared to the Crown it gives 6 DEF and 6 SPD instead of 110 HP, bolstering its wearer’s defensive power in a different way. 6 DEF is almost always inferior to 110 HP for survivability, so the true merit of this ring is the hefty SPD boost compared to the Crown.
The magnitude and importance of its four stat boosts make it effective on essentially any class, especially classes that benefit most from the huge DPS increase like Wizard or Warrior. It is especially effective on classes like Warrior and Paladin because they have high base HP already and in the case of Paladin can give themselves extra HP through their seals, making the SPD bonus more useful than HP for assisting in dodging. Rogues can also benefit from this ring as their cloaks remove the need for bonus HP, though they may consider the Collector’s Monocle instead for more offensive power. Necromancers can also use this ring effectively as the SPD and DEF help a slow and squishy class immensely and their skulls provide a sizeable HP boost already.
However, the lack of any sort of HP increase is detrimental to classes that rely on HP, and most players would prefer to use a HP-boosting ring instead such as the aforementioned Crown. If you are willing to give up extra HP for a hefty boost to offensive and defensive stats, then this ring is for you - granted, of course, that you have one.
The ring was sometimes referred to as the potato or lemon due to its old sprite. Even to this day, “potato” seems to have stuck around as a nickname of sorts for this item.
Before Lost Halls 2.0, this ring used to give: +5 ATT, +5 DEF, +5 SPD, +5 DEX
The ring had the following sprite before Patch X.26.0:
|Set Tiered Rings|