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.
This post is part of the series: Legendary Rings in Titan Quest
A listing of the Legendary rings in the Titan Quest and Titan Quest Immortal Throne expansion