|An unfathomable amount of strength pulses through this ring. Only the most righteous mortals can touch this ring and live.|
|On Equip||+80 HP, +80 MP, +4 ATT, +4 DEF, +4 SPD, +4 DEX, +4 VIT, +4 WIS|
|Forging Cost||60 / 160 / 180 / 1560 / 2|
|Dismantling Value||15 / 40 / 45|
This rare ring provides a moderate boost to every stat, making it good on most classes due to its all-around nature. However, despite its power, certain classes would benefit from more specialized rings such as the Exalted God’s Horn or The Forgotten Crown. It is nonetheless an extremely effective ring that is useful for almost all purposes. This ring is a direct upgrade from the Experimental Ring, the Ring of the Nile, and the Amulet of Dispersion, and is arguably stronger than the similar Bracer of the Guardian, granting 4 SPD, 4 DEX, 4 VIT, and 4 WIS in exchange for the Bracer’s extra 10 HP and 5 DEF. It also has the highest feed power out of any obtainable equipment item in game.
Classes with a Wisdom Modifier like Sorcerer and Necromancer tend to benefit the most from this ring, since they can take the most advantage of the bonus wisdom as well as the all-rounded stats.
Use it sparingly and carefully. Being a rare drop from the final boss of the third-hardest dungeon in the game, this is very hard to get back if lost.
A vanity version of this item called the Omni-Impotence Ring exists. It provides the same stat bonuses but instead of granting them, it subtracts them from the total, making the item detrimental to use in combat. It also uses the same item sprite that was originally intended to be used by the Omnipotence Ring.
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