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Description
Currently version 1.0

Adds eight+ new and unique rings balanced for playing in a specific class role including:

Assassin
Thief
Ranger
Mage
Light Warrior
Heavy Warrior
Crafter
Thalmor

Each ring has three enchantments chosen to best suit that playing style. For example, the Ring of the Assassin improves the player's sneak, one-handed, and light armor.

In addition, these are ideal for players in new lives, as the rings can be obtained for free in Riverwood.




-==== What You Get ====-

Ring of the Assassin - Fortifies Sneak, One-handed, and Light Armor

Ring of the Thief - Fortifies Sneak, Pickpocket, and Carry Weight

Ring of the Ranger - Fortifies Archery, Sneak, and Stamina

Ring of the Mage - Fortifies Magicka, Magicka recharge, and Destruction

Ring of the Light Warrior - Fortifies Health, One-handed, and Light Armor

Ring of the Heavy Warrior - Fortifies Health, Two-handed, and Heavy Armor

Ring of the Crafter - Fortifies Enchanting, Alchemy, and Smithing

Ring of the Thalmor - Has no enchantments since the Thalmor are already so perfect



All the rings are found in "Alvor's Custom Shop", a strongbox on his porch.






-==== Compatibility ====-

There should be no compatibility problems unless Riverwood no longer exists, or if your character no longer has any fingers to put rings on.

Load order shouldn't matter either.



-==== Update Log ====-

1.0.0 - Original


Suggestions for improvements will be considered!



A note on the balance - I used Bethesda's value calculator to decide precisely how much of each perk would be added. This means that according to Skyrim, all the enchantments should be equivalent to within 0.5% of each other. So, if you think they are unbalanced, let me know. But blame Bethesda ;)





As always, have fun!

And make sure to check out some more awesomeness:
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=272199093
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28 Comments
doncorleone36 May 25, 2017 @ 10:25pm 
disenchantable??
sgtwinkler  [author] Jun 10, 2015 @ 7:57pm 
@King_Davion - That's a good idea. I got a new computer though and don't have Creation Kit on it yet, so I wouldn't hold my breath :P
King_Davion Jun 10, 2015 @ 6:28pm 
@sgtwinkler You should make a new ring which you could call "Ring Of The Beggar" which would increase speechcraft, and a few other perks based off of beggars.
sgtwinkler  [author] Jun 2, 2015 @ 7:04pm 
rogueraptor17, that's the Ring of the Heavy Warrior, basically. Heavy armor, two handed, fortified health :)
rogueraptor17 Jun 2, 2015 @ 1:16am 
no ring for a knight. heavy armor,onehanded,health/block
Helljumper ADB Apr 19, 2015 @ 4:51pm 
and if possible look into making a custom mesh maybe? or a re-mesh (if thats whats its called) for the rings?
sgtwinkler  [author] Apr 19, 2015 @ 3:52pm 
@Helljumper - Not a bad idea...
Helljumper ADB Apr 18, 2015 @ 5:54pm 
the thalmor ring should make you explode into a giant mess of cheese. or fire i suppose.
Doctor Jun 30, 2014 @ 10:45pm 
There are some weaknesses in the early on but yeah, overall they're still just perfect.
I think I'll just stick to Mage's ring when playing them. :D
sgtwinkler  [author] Jun 29, 2014 @ 9:59am 
Ha, hadn't considered that anyone actually liked them ;)

Since they're so great they don't need anything to help them out, right?