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Epic Rings in Titan Quest and Titan Quest Immortal Throne (Part One)

by: Finn Orfano ; edited by: Michael Hartman ; updated: 4/17/2012 • Leave a comment

The first part of the epic rings you can find in the pc game Titan Quest, that will tell players where they can find the rings, what they do for you, and help you decide which ones are best for your toon!

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    Are you on a quest to find the perfect epic ring for your character level? Just like to find all that you can? The articles in this series will show you all the epic rings that are available. Some are parts of other sets, but they will be part of this list because they are epic. All will list their stats, what set they belong to, which Titan Quest they are in, and more about each ring.

    Adroit Loop – Available in the core edition of Titan Quest, this has a character level requirement of 36. It is not in a set. The stat bonuses to this ring are 19% pierce resistance, 18-26 damage, +22% to damage, 25% to poison resistance, +44% to stun damage, 5% chance to dodge your enemy’s attacks, +10% to defense ability, +11% to offensive ability, +80 to health, and +10% to dexterity.

    Asphodel Band – This is in the Immortal Throne expansion and has a character level requirement of 30. It is not a set item piece. The stat buffs to this ring are +22% to energy regeneration, +1 energy regeneration every second, +141 to energy, +22% to health regeneration, +1 health regeneration every second, +24 to strength, +21 to intelligence, +20 to dexterity, and +175 to health.

    Band of Domination – This is in the Titan Quest core edition and has the required level of 27. It is also not a set item piece. The stat bonuses for this item is +10% attack speed, +36 to defense ability, +35 to offense ability, and 25% to elemental resistance.

    Crest of MuRong – This ring is in the Titan Quest unexpanded game and it has the requirement of a character level of 38. It is not part of a set. The stat buffs to this item are +48 to defense ability, +41 to offense ability, +84 to energy, +120 to health, 22% resistance to pierce attacks, 22% resistance to bleeding, 24% resistance to elemental damage, 22% resistance to poison, 22% protection against skill disruption, 21% resistance to stun effects, 20% resistance to energy leech, and 25% life leech resistance.

    Crystal Ring – This is in the core Titan Quest game and it has a character level requirement of 29. It is not a set item. It has the stat buffs of +30% cold damage, +30% to health regeneration, and +28% energy regeneration.

    Disposition – This ring is in the Immortal Throne expansion and it has a character level requirement of 30. It is not in a set. It has stat bonuses of +110 to health, +15 to armor, 23% to pierce resistance, 20% to bleed resistance, 27% to elemental resistance, 25% to poison resistance, 20% to life leech resistance, and 19% to energy leech resistance.

    Blood Stone – This ring is from the core edition of the Titan Quest game and it has a required character level of 14. It is not part of a set. It has stat buffs of +39 to health, 9% to pierce resistance, 12% to life leech resistance, 12-36 life leech over three seconds, and +23% life leech with +58% improved duration.

    Brimstone – This is from the Titan Quest unexpanded edition and it has a character level requirement of 10. It is not part of any set. There are stat buffs to this ring of 17% fire resistance, 9% lightning resistance, a 27 burn damage over three seconds, +19% fire damage, +30 to energy, and 5% chance of 70 fire damage.

    That is all the epic Titan Quest rings that I will cover in Part one. Part two will have even more of the rings that you can find in the Titan Quest pc game.

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