Cheap Fire Ring (r60)View in Item Database
DescriptionAn easy to use magic item that is ideal for beginners. Fragile. Cheap Fire Ring


Average Rating [?]
Attack *fire**fire**fire**fire*
Defense *-water**-water**-water*
Reflect N/A
Effects N/A
Actual Icons
Restocks At Battle Magic
Used By N/A
Special Categorization None
Notes 40% chance of breaking.
*ranged* Ranged/Priority Weapon.
Ratings - Cheap Fire Ring
Overview: This weapon does a measly 4 icons of fire damage while blocking 3 icons of water damage. It's a priority weapon that has a 40% (!) chance of breaking.

Conclusion: No, just no. Don't use this weapon in any circumstance. An extremely weak weapon & a very fragile one at that. Get yourself a Flask of Liquid Fire or Scarab Ring if you must, but don't use this ring in your set as you'll only be left disappointed.

Rated on December 28, 2019

Price/Power (0/5)
Doesn't even provide the base level of dual duty- 12 icons. Though it should be said this item is much older that basis.

Countermeasures (0/5)
It will eventually break itself...

Alternatives Upgrades or Downgrades
Get yourself a Flask of Liquid Fire instead.

Other Points

Final Thoughts
We need a expensive fire ring- maybe then it will be at least half worth using?

Rated on August 27, 2015

At a glance (0/3):
Release a blast of fire magic from this cheap ol' ring, dealing 4 icons of pure fire damage. Furthermore, you can use it to protect yourself from 3 icons of solid... er, liquid? Whatever. It blocks water damage!

In-Depth (0/4):
7 TOTAL icons is extremely weak nowadays. And it's FRAGILE? No. If you're that interested in a weapon like this, grab... uhm... Moehog Eye Guards? Weird. You would think TNT would've created more weapons like this that block its natural opposite... NOPE.

Price (0/2):
While under normal circumstances, you can't argue with cheap. Costing only ~10 np, you've got nothing to lose using this. Though, you won't have anything to gain either.

Bonus (1/1):
I like using cheap rings for weapon testing purposes. Though it is a bit annoying to have to equip 3-4 at a time, but hey - it still helps to make the process smooth if I require only one element to work with!

Final Score: 1/10

Rated on October 27, 2014

Power: 1/5
While this isn't really overwhelming or anything, it's a very cheap way to deal fire and only fire for the rare occasions you need it (anyone remembers Oblivion?).

Counters: 0/3
Don't worry, you won't care about counters if you actually need it.

Uniqueness: 0/1
Nah, that'd be too good.

Bonus: 1/1
It's cheap!

Rated on September 30, 2013