Dark Souls Rings You Can Own In Real Life

[Images: Torch Torch]
[Images: Torch Torch]
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No word if these Dark Souls rings raise max equipment burden or decrease fall damage, but they do look nice!

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As Famitsu points out, Japanese brand Torch Torch has men’s and women’s Havel’s Rings and Silvercat Rings. 

[Images: Famitsu]
[Images: Famitsu]
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Slated for August, the Havel’s Ring is made from 925 silver and priced at 18,900 yen (US$171).

The Silvercat Ring is also made from 925 silver with cubic zirconia stones for the feline’s eyes. It’s also 18,900 yen (US$171) and will be out this July. 

[Images: Famitsu]
[Images: Famitsu]

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Originally from Texas, Ashcraft has called Osaka home since 2001. He has authored six books, including most recently, The Japanese Sake Bible.

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Joe Wright

I don’t normally shill, but it’s actually relevant here - I’m currently selling little Bloodborne badges on Etsy:

www.etsy.com/listing/519724535/bloodborne-church-hunters-badge