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For the Dark Souls variant, see Ring of the Evil Eye.
For the Dark Souls III variant, see Ring of the Evil Eye (Dark Souls III).

The Ring of the Evil Eye is a ring in Dark Souls II.

In-Game Description

A modest, but inexplicably disturbing ring.
Absorb HP for each enemy defeated.
Peer too closely at the rare stone that forms the eye of this ring, and things that writhe and stir may come into focus.

AvailabilityEdit

General informationEdit

The Ring of the Evil Eye acts very similarly to its Dark Souls counterpart, regenerating a small amount of health for every enemy killed. The healing effect is a static number and is not affected by what enemy is killed. The effect of the standard ring is as strong as the Dark Souls version, but the +1 and +2 rings having substantially stronger effect (66% and 166% stronger respectively). This is to contrast with most other rings carried over from Dark Souls, whose effects have been tuned down. The Ring of the Evil Eye is a somewhat viable means of maintaining health depending on the foes being faced and the amount of damage one takes before dispatching them as well as the version of the ring itself needless to say the +1 and 2 rings are better than the standard at this.

OverviewEdit

This ring serves as a great way to mitigate self-damaging effects, such as those caused by the Chaos Blade and Immolation, or damage-over-time effects like Poison, provided there are enemies around to kill. However, it is best to replace it with a different ring for boss fights that don't consist of multiple enemies (like Prowling Magus and Congregation or the Skeleton Lords), as it is effectively useless when fighting only one or two tough enemies.

Rings
Abyss SealAgape RingAncient Dragon SealAsh Knuckle RingBaneful Bird RingBell Keeper's SealBloodbite RingBlue Tearstone RingBlue SealBracing Knuckle RingChloranthy RingClear Bluestone RingCovetous Gold Serpent RingCovetous Silver Serpent RingCrest of BloodCrest of the RatCursebite RingDark Clutch RingDark Quartz RingDelicate StringDexterity RingDispelling RingFirst Dragon RingFire Clutch RingFlame Quartz RingFlynn's RingGower's Ring of ProtectionGuardian's SealHawk RingIllusory Ring of a ConquerorIllusory Ring of the ExaltedIvory Warrior RingKing's RingLightning Clutch RingLife RingLingering Dragoncrest RingName-engraved RingNorthern Ritual BandOld Leo RingOld Sun RingPoisonbite RingRedeye RingRed Tearstone RingRing of BindingRing of BladesRing of GiantsRing of KnowledgeRing of Life ProtectionRing of PrayerRing of ResistanceRing of RestorationRing of Soul ProtectionRing of Steel ProtectionRing of the DeadRing of the EmbeddedRing of the Evil EyeRing of the LivingRing of ThornsRing of WhispersRoyal Soldier's RingSecond Dragon RingSilvercat RingSimpleton's RingSlumbering Dragoncrest RingSorcery Clutch RingSouthern Ritual BandSpell Quartz RingStone RingStrength RingSun SealThird Dragon RingThunder Quartz RingVanquisher's SealWhite RingYorgh's Ring

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