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Legendary Rings in Titan Quest and Titan Quest Immortal Throne (Part Two)

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

The second part of this series continues to give the information and stat buffs for the legendary rings that can be found in the PC games Titan Quest and Titan Quest Immortal Throne.

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    The second article in this series takes a look at even more of the legendary rings you can find in the game. This article will help you see at a glance all the different rings and their corresponding stat buffs so that you know which ones you need and which ones you don’t.

    Chiron’s Loop – This is not part of a set and it has the character requirement of 36. It will grant you the skill of Ensnare. It has the stat bonuses of 45% pierce resistance, 38% poison resistance, +25 to dexterity, +33% health regeneration, +105 energy, +42 to defense ability, and 8% chance to dodge attacks. It is in the unexpanded Titan Quest.

    Eurydice’s Wedding Band – This isn’t a set item. It has a character level of 39. It gives you the skill of Distort Reality. It has the stat buffs of +11% to both offensive and defensive ability, +10% energy, +11% health, +20% vitality damage, 29% elemental resistance, and 49% sleep resistance.

    Eye of Horus – Not a set item, it has a character level of 40. There are stat buffs of 33% elemental resistance, 23% cold resistance, +41 to intelligence, +247 to energy, +1 energy regeneration every second, +53% energy regeneration, and -12% energy cost. It is in Titan Quest core edition.

    Timaios – It is part of the Gladiator’s Creed set and has a character level requirement of 34. It has stat buffs of +155 to health, +10% health, +2 to Battle Awareness, and -20% strength requirement for armor. You’ll find it in Titan Quest core edition.

    Eye of Reveries – It isn’t in a set and it has a required character level of 47. There are stat bonuses of 47% lightning resistance, 19% vitality damage resistance, +10% to electrical burn damage, +10% to strength, +10% to intelligence, +166 to offensive ability, +165 to defensive ability, +2 to Master Mind, +2 to Summon Nightmare. It is in the Immortal Throne expansion.

    Mark of Ares – This isn’t a set item. It has a character level requirement of 40 and it has the stat buffs of +2 to crushing blow, +103 offensive ability, +155 to health, +49 to strength, 5% chance of +216% damage, and 27 damage. It is in the regular Titan Quest game.

    Mark of the Overlord – It is not part of a set. It has a character level requirement of 39. There are stat bonuses of 50 armor, 3% chance of 115% damage resistance, 50% bleed resistance, 32% sleep resistance, +400 to health, +200 to defensive ability, and +3% energy absorption from attacks. It is in the Immortal Throne game.

    The third part of the series takes a look at the rest of the rings that you can find in the game.

Legendary Rings in Titan Quest

A listing of the Legendary rings in the Titan Quest and Titan Quest Immortal Throne expansion
  1. Legendary Rings in Titan Quest and Titan Quest Immortal Throne (Part One)
  2. Legendary Rings in Titan Quest and Titan Quest Immortal Throne (Part Two)


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