Magical Lodestone

Magical Lodestone 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.

Tier UT
On Equip +6 ATT, +6 DEF, +6 SPD, +6 DEX
XP Bonus 7%
Soulbound Soulbound
Feed Power 1,000
Forging Cost 60 Legendary Material / 160 Rare Material / 180 Common Material / 1560 Forgefire / 2 Lost Halls UTs/Cultist Hideout UTs/The Void UTs UT(s)
Dismantling Value 15 Legendary Material / 40 Rare Material / 45 Common Material

Blueprint Lodestone Blueprint
Drops From Marble Colossus
Obtained Through The Tinkerer (50x Ancient Schematic)

This powerful ring provides hefty boosts to four important stats. The +12 to offense stats is impressive and used to be tied with the Forgotten Crown for the strongest DPS-increasing ring in the game, but was overtaken by introduction of the extraordinarily rare Chrysalis of Eternity. Compared to the Crown, the Lodestone gives 6 DEF and 6 SPD instead of 110 HP. A small DEF boost is almost always inferior for survivability than HP, 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 those reliant on huge DPS like Wizard or Warrior. This assumes that you’re comfortable with the lack of bulk; many players would prefer to use a HP-boosting ring like the aforementioned Crown.

Paladins, fittingly enough, can afford the HP loss the most. Not only do they have the highest HP cap, but tiered seals gives them a sustainable Max HP bonus. Any heavy armor class can be a lot more comfortable with Breastplate of New Life; its massive HP boost makes up for the lack of HP on the ring, while the Lodestone compensates for the DEF loss. Note that this combo takes 2 rare UTs and 2 gear slots. (And that the Gladiator Guard with HP ring shares a similar stat distrubution)

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.

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.26.0.0 (May 2018):
Magic Lodestone (old)

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.

Untiered Rings
Magical LodestoneUT. Magical Lodestone
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