The Forgotten Crown

The Forgotten Crown An eerie reminder of what lays in the depths of the Shatters.

Tier UT
On Equip +110 HP, +6 ATT, +6 DEX
XP Bonus 8%
Soulbound Soulbound
Feed Power 1,400
Forging Cost 60 Legendary Material / 160 Rare Material / 180 Common Material / 1560 Forgefire / 2 Mark of the Forgotten King / 2 The Shatters UTs UT(s)
Dismantling Value 15 Legendary Material / 40 Rare Material / 45 Common Material

Blueprint Forgotten Blueprint
Drops From The Forgotten King
Obtained Through The Tinkerer (50x Ancient Schematic)


Not to be confused with the admin Crown.

The Forgotten Crown (or just Crown) is tied with the Magical Lodestone for the 3rd highest DPS-stat increasing ring. It is only beaten by the Crown’s upgrade, the Chrysalis of Eternity, and the Overclocking Amulet. The Chrysalis, being its direct upgrade, offers more of each stat than the Crown, but obtaining it requires beating the hardmode Shatters. The Overclocking Amulet, on the other hand, offers an extra ATT and DEX compared to the Chrysalis, but incredibly low survivability due to a lack of an HP bonus, and a DEF penalty.

The Crown gives a decent HP boost and +12 to offensive stats. It’s a very simple ring. But the balance of very strong offense and survivability makes it an excellent choice for almost every class.

While undoubtedly a coveted ring in its own right, many alternatives may be easier to acquire, and in some cases, also be more preferable:

  • The Twilight Gemstone may be preferred on classes with powerful abilities and a high MP Heal pet. While it lacks an HP bonus, it offers incredible DPS boosts that surpass even the Chrysalis in an optimal scenario.

  • The Collector’s Monocle provides more HP than the Crown and an additional +20 ATT while Invisible. A clear upgrade for the Rogue. Other classes could use the Turncoat Cape, but the loss of an armor slot DPS bonus may result in less damage.

  • The Chancellor’s Cranium provides superior survivability, and while its short-ranged proc can make up for its weak DPS stats in a rather unique way, it does not offer a raw DPS-stat increase comparable to the Crown. Melee classes can make the best use of it, as can players who often push in at a close range.

  • The Exalted God’s Horn’s main appeal is its defensive edge (an advantage of +30 HP, +5 DEF over the Crown). While above 90% HP, you gain an additional +10 DEX. This also provides less of a DPS-stat increase than the Crown, low DEX, however, classes like the Knight, the Archer, and the Priest may find a comparable damage boost—assuming they can avoid taking too much damage, which would otherwise prevent them from obtaining the passive DEX boost.

  • Generally worse DPS rings include the Divine Coronation and Omnipotence Ring. The latter may be better on classes that are more reliant on their abilities, such as the Sorcerer or the Priest.

With the introduction of the Chrysalis, the Crown has lost much of its original prestige. Nevertheless, it remains a very powerful and highly sought-after ring from a very difficult dungeon.

Before Patch X.33.1.0 (May 2020), this item had a Feed Power of 500.

Before Exalt Version (Aug 2021), this item had the following sprite:
Old Forgotten Crown

Untiered Rings
The Forgotten CrownUT. The Forgotten Crown
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