Atonement Fold

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Atonement Fold
Ring
Atonement Fold
Self-inflicts BLEEDING Status upon the wearer, causing 0.55 BLEED damage per second. Increases Critical Chance by 5%.
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A ring lined with sharp spikes that causes immense pain and a steady trickle of blood while you wear it. It's a sacrifice of sorts just to put it on, and though you can't stand to wear it for long at risk of losing too much blood, something about the pain adds a sense of urgency and intensity to your every attack.
“The currency of the Dran is blood and sorrow, and for those willing to pay, there is much to be gained. I am not personally an enthusiast of self-inflicted pain—nor any pain aimed at myself, for that matter—but I must admit there is something endlessly fascinating about these strange and grisly customs of theirs.”

Atonement Fold is a ring that increases the wearer's critical hit chance in exchange for a constant self-inflicted BLEEDING effect.

Bugs[edit | edit source]

  • This item's description claims that the BLEED damage is 1.1/s, but this is not true.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • The Healing Effectiveness penalty incurred by the BLEEDING Status Effect will be permanently active while wearing this ring.
  • Since the damage is self-inflicted, the Kinship Trait applies its damage reduction twice.
  • The Regrowth Trait can completely nullify the self-inflicted damage taken.
  • Self-inflicted BLEEDING damage is not increased by any damage bonuses.
  • Any health lost as a result of this ring will be retained as Grey Health.
  • This ring can serve as an activator for a variety of other items, such as the Hardcore Metal Band and the Nightweaver's Grudge.

Acquisition[edit | edit source]

Update history[edit | edit source]

  • Reduced critical bonus to 5% (was 10%).

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Until Patch 408,516, the sound of dripping blood would play continuously until the ring was unequipped.