|An eerie reminder of what lays in the depths of the Shatters.|
|On Equip||+110 HP, +6 ATT, +6 DEX|
|Forging Cost||60 / 160 / 180 / 1560 / 2 / 2 UT(s)|
|Dismantling Value||15 / 40 / 45|
Not to be confused with the admin Crown.
The Forgotten Crown (or just Crown) is tied with the Magical Lodestone for the 2nd highest DPS-stat increasing ring. They are only beaten by the Crown’s upgrade, the Chrysalis of Eternity. Chrysalis has more of every stat, but requires beating the hardmode Shatters to acquire.
The Crown gives a decent HP boost, while both it and Lodestone give a powerful +12 to offensive stats. It’s a very simple ring, but the balance of survivability and very strong level of offense makes the Crown a excellent choice for any class.
While an incredibly coveted ring, many easier to acquire alternatives may be situationally stronger:
Classes reliant on their abilities (such as those with WisMod: Priest, Sorcerer, Necromancer) will likely prefer a ring that boosts WIS/MP. Examples include the Divine Coronation, Sourcestone, or Omnipotence Ring.
The Collector’s Monocle offers +30 HP and an unbeatable +20 ATT with a practical 100% uptime when Invisible. A straight upgrade for the Rogue, any other leather class can make use of the Turncoat Cape (though it’s unreliable, and they could be using Centaur’s Shielding instead).
The Chancellor’s Cranium has superior defense, while its short ranged proc can make up for its weak DPS stats in a unique way. Melee classes can make the most use of it, or for players who otherwise play up close.
The Exalted God’s Horn main appeal is its defensive edge (net +30 HP, +5 DEF). And above 90% HP, you’ll gain +10 DEX. While worse than Crown for DPS, low dexterity classes like Knight, Archer/Huntress, and Priest might find comparable damage boosts if they can avoid too much damage.
Nonetheless, the Crown remains as one of the most sought after rings in the game. Not only is it from a very difficult dungeon, but it combines a pretty nice HP boost with a universal and nearly unparalleled DPS boost.
Before Patch X.33.1.0 (May 2020), this item had a Feed Power of 500.
Before Exalt Version 220.127.116.11 (Aug 2021), this item had the following sprite:
|Set Tiered Rings|