These Dark Souls Rings Are Just Stunning

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There's a lot of video game merch and accessories that are lacking a touch of class. These Dark Souls rings are the opposite.

Produced by First4Figures in partnership with TORCHTORCH, who made a superb Sonic statue commemorating the hedgehog's 25th birthday, the three rings are made form sterling silver. Each ring will set you back $US155 exc. shipping and the three differ slightly: there's the silvercat ring from Dark Souls 2 and 3, the Ring of Steel Protection which comes with a tiny Swarovski crystal in the centre, and the Havel's Ring from Dark Souls 3.

Image: First4Figures
Image: First4Figures
Image: First4Figures
Image: First4Figures

I'm not a ring guy - I could never get over that feeling that my finger was being choked - but all three rings are available for all sexes. The silvercat and Havel rings have a pre-order deadline of June 30, while the deadline for the ring of steel protection is August 30.

CHECKING RINGRINGRING... #darksouls

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Do not jump off. You must die. #darksouls

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Just stunning. The rings are made in Yamanashi, Japan, in case you're interested, and you can see more shots of the manufacturing process on the TORCHTORCH Instagram.


Comments

    Does anyone actually use the ring of steel protection? I know, this adds nothing to the conversation.. I'm drawn to all things Dark Souls.

      I used the RSP +3 in my fight with Darkeater Midir and found it very useful. It makes for a good 'spare ring' if you roll with the standard, chloranthy ring, ring of favor & Havels ring.

        This is why I love the Souls! I never use it and i get by fine.

        I've been playing Dark Souls (1) recently and the idea of a spare ring slot is a wonderful thing.

          It's hard to go back to one slot is DS (lets face if you'll never take off the FAP ring)

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