Remnant: From the Ashes needs all the bonuses that gear can give. These rings give you some big power boosts and useful benefits.
Remnant: From The Ashes has a lot of rings. Each one has its own pros and cons. Some give your character buffs or skills, while others could change things like how much damage enemies do or how aware they are.
When used with the right build, some of the rings can completely change the game. They can turn a suffering, doomed run into an unstoppable player pain train that does a lot of damage. But there are so many to choose from that it can be hard to know which one is best for you. Here are 10 of the best rings you should think about.
Check out the Alchemist’s Jewel if you want to make a figure that is a unit in and of itself. This sparkly piece of jewelry is very important for those who want to make their scavengers stronger, as it improves the effectiveness of their armor by 50% and their weight by a big 25. So you can take more hits and escape “fat-rolling” at the same time.
It’s a very useful item to have because, with the right set of protection, it can make you very tough. The Subject 2923 DLC is the only way to get it, which is a shame, but if you have it, you can find it randomly on Earth in the countryside if you have it. So just keep blowing through that area until it shows up.
Band Of Accord
If you play with other people often, this is a must-have item. When this ring is worn, all ammo pickups get a 25% boost for each ally. So it’s great for parties because it works better the more people there are, and since it’s easy to run out of ammo in the game, it’s a godsend for friends who like to shoot a lot.
The Band of Accord is also one of the easier rings to get in Remnant: From the Ashes. All you have to do to get this metal band is one simple thing. Find another player and do the “High Five” action with them to get the ring. It works with any other player; a co-op partner just needs to drop. But to get the move, you have to finish the game on Hardcore mode.
The BloodLetter’s Insignia is something you should look for if you are crazy about fighting. This ring is a prize for people who have put a lot of effort into the Bleeding debuff. Any Bleeding effects that the person wearing it applies will steal 10% of the total damage done to a target and turn it into health. So you can drain your enemies’ life force as they try to kill you.
Unfortunately, it’s another of the Subject 2923 DLC Rings, and you can only get it in Reisum during the Warning Totems Random Event, which can make it hard to find. At the end of the prison, the ring is on a dead body. If it doesn’t show up, you can just re-roll the world to make the event happen again.
Burden Of The Reckless
Some rings give a big boost, while others do things that are a bit strange and specific. The Burden Of The Reckless is one of the books in the second group. This ring is great for people who like to play fast and loose because it awards a style of play that is aggressive and almost careless.
The ring takes away your Dragon Hearts, which may sound bad at first, but it gives you a passive that awards you for avoiding attacks instead. Every time you do a Perfect Dodge, you will get back 5% of your maximum health for 5 seconds. So it pushes you to get close and dodge the attacks you can see coming while you throw your own melee hits. It can be dropped randomly in Rhom, so it’s not too hard to get.
The Gravity Stone is a great ring to keep with you until the end of the game if you’re looking for one. This one-of-a-kind ring is a good all-arounder that gives your stats a nice boost. When at least two enemies are within 10 meters of you, the damage you do goes up by 20%.
Since you’ll often be fighting a big group of enemies and boss fights will often throw waves of minions at you, it’s a good choice that will always pay for itself. It’s a random drop in Rhom, but it’s not too hard to find, so you shouldn’t have to look for too long. If you’re still having trouble, you can try starting over with the Crystal or re-rolling the world.
It could be said that new players must have the Sagestone. This bright green band boosts all experience gained by 30%. This is great for players who want to level up quickly or give a little boost to their grinding. Also, if party members are nearby, the experience earned is shared with them.
The Sagestone ring is not like the boss weapons in that it can’t be made. Instead, it can be found in a random place on Earth. Remnant: From the Ashes is procedurally generated, so don’t worry if you can’t find it. There’s always a chance it hasn’t spawned yet.
Bright Steel Ring
In Remnant: From The Ashes, armor weight is not something that is often talked about, but it is there. In the same way that wearing heavy armor in Dark Souls made you “fat roll,” heavier gear in Remnant will also make it harder for you to dodge.
One way to get around this is to use the Bright Steel Ring, which gives the player the fastest escape roll in the game and doesn’t cause any encumbrance level problems. You can get it by beating every world boss twice in survival mode. It’s also tied to your account, so you can use it on all of your characters.
Remnant: From the Ashes is mostly about guns because there are so many of them, but you can also swing around some fun physical weapons. So, with the right loadout and rings, it is possible to make a build that hits hard.
The Akari Warband is a great item for those who use a fast attack build. After a perfect dodge, this ring’s Crit Chance and Crit Damage go up by 15% for 20 seconds. So, if you want to get close and personal with powerful hits, you’ll need to beat either The Harrow or Claviger on Hardcore Mode. It’s tied to an account, just like the Bright Steel Ring.
Unlike Dark Souls, where you can hide behind a big shield to avoid damage, Remnant is more like Bloodborne in that it puts more emphasis on dodging at the right time. Even though there will be times when there are so many enemies around you that you can’t run away.
Instead of taking the hits, the Amber Moonstone might just help you get out of a tight spot when you need to. When your health goes below 25%, this sparkly little ring makes you 25% less likely to take damage and makes you immune to all status effects. This little thing is part of the Subject 2923 DLC. You can get it from Clementine when you give her the Janitor’s watch.
Black Cat Band
The Black Cat Band is another Subject 2923 DLC item that could change Eggy Car if you can get your hands on it. This ring keeps you from dying and is tied to your account. You can get it after beating every normal boss twice in Survival mode.
If a player takes enough damage to kill them, their health will drop to 1. For the next 1.5 seconds, they will be immune to damage, and for the next 10 seconds, their movement speed will be sped up by 25%, letting them quickly avoid danger. It also has a one-minute cooldown, which makes it a very useful tool for more tough runs.
Remnant lets you make a lot of fun, weird, and powerful builds: From the wreckage. There is a lot of room for customization, from melee monsters that can’t be killed to healers that can fix anything.
The Devouring Loop is worth looking into if you want to do a lot of damage in a short amount of time. This item, which looks like a skull and sits on your finger, gives you a 5% chance to deal 4x the normal damage when you get a Critical Hit. Even though that may not seem like much, it only goes up if you build your character in a way that makes Critical Hits happen more often.
Most of the enemies you’ll face in Remnant: From the Ashes are monsters that like to dash into close range and take big chunks out of your health bar.
Many runs have come to a screeching halt when swarms of small, snappy creatures swarmed over a party like piranhas, or when one big, heavy hitter wiped out most of the players with their powerful swings. After getting the Guardian’s Ring from the Stuck Merchant on Yaesha. You might want to wear it to give yourself an edge. This teal gemstone band lowers all melee damage by 20%, which is a lot of protection that could help you get through some tough fights.
A shooter build in Remnant is hard to pull off on your own, but it works great with the ring. The Heartseeker is great for a group with a committed ranger in the back. Because it can increase damage by a lot.
When a player wears the Heartseeker, non-aggressive enemies have a 100% chance to deal Critical Damage, and Critical Damage is increased by 20%. Just right for that first shot out of ambush. This thing can be found somewhere on Earth. If it doesn’t appear, try re-rolling the level, going back to the area in NG+ after you beat the game, or playing through another player’s world.
Every party needs a healer who can get in, get everyone up. And get out before the next big hit knocks anyone down again. Remnant: From the Ashes has a great support class and a few others. But if you want to be the best Medic for your team, try wearing the Hero’s ring.
What makes this item special and great for people who like to help their team is that it increases movement speed by 25% as you run toward a friend who is hurt. It also makes the speed of reviving 100% faster, and the player can’t be stunned while recovering. When you finish the Fetid Pools Dungeon in the Swamps of Corsus, you can get this item.
If you want another ring that can change the way you play, the Scavenger’s Ring is a good choice. This one-of-a-kind item turns dropped loot into helpful buffs.
When you pick up any kind of scrap, iron, or ammo, the Scavenger’s Ring will give you 3 percent of your Max Health back for 30 seconds. During this time, both ranged and close-range attack get a 10% boost. With how often resources can be found in Remnant, these buffs could basically be on all the time when you’re out on an adventure. In the Subject 2923 DLC, you can buy the ring from the Krall Mother.