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Blue Tearstone Ring is a Ring in Dark Souls 3

Blue Tearstone Ring


A ring set with a large rare tearstone jewel. Temporarily boosts damage absorption when HP is low.

This stone is said to be a tear of sorrow of the goddess Caitha, and of course, tears are always more beautiful near death.

 

Blue Tearstone Ring Information  

 

 

Effect

  • When your HP is below 20%, your damage absorption will increase by a flat ~20% for all damage types (e.g., 10% absorb becomes ~30%).
  • Damage absorption has diminishing returns with other sources of absorption, so you won't ever get the full benefit of this ring. Expect the bonus to be closer to 15-18%, depending on the rest of your gear.

 

 

Where to Find Blue Tearstone Ring

 

 

Notes

  • Greirat asks the player to deliver the ring to "Loretta at the base of the High Wall"
  • Has the exact same effect as the Lloyd's Shield Ring, except at low health.

 

 

Rings
|  Aldrich's Ruby  | |  Aldrich's Sapphire  | |  Ashen Estus Ring  | |  Bellowing Dragoncrest Ring  | |  Bloodbite Ring  | |  Calamity Ring  | |  Carthus Bloodring  | |  Carthus Milkring  | |  Chillbite Ring  | |  Chloranthy Ring  | |  Covetous Gold Serpent Ring  | |  Covetous Silver Serpent Ring  | |  Cursebite Ring  | |  Dark Clutch Ring  | |  Dark Stoneplate Ring  | |  Darkmoon Ring  | |  Deep Ring  | |  Dragonscale Ring  | |  Dusk Crown Ring  | |  Estus Ring  | |  Farron Ring  | |  Fire Clutch Ring  | |  Flame Stoneplate Ring  | |  Fleshbite Ring  | |  Flynn's Ring  | |  Great Swamp Ring  | |  Havel's Ring  | |  Hawk Ring  | |  Hornet Ring  | |  Horsehoof Ring  | |  Hunter's Ring  | |  Knight's Ring  | |  Knight Slayer's Ring  | |  Knight Slayer Ring  | |  Leo Ring  | |  Life Ring  | |  Lightning Clutch Ring  | |  Lingering Dragoncrest Ring  | |  Lloyd's Shield Ring  | |  Lloyd's Sword Ring  | |  Magic Clutch Ring  | |  Magic Stoneplate Ring  | |  Morne's Ring  | |  Obscuring Ring  | |  Poisonbite Ring  | |  Pontiff's Left Eye  | |  Pontiff's Right Eye  | |  Priestess Ring  | |  Prisoner's Chain  | |  Red Tearstone  | |  Red Tearstone Ring  | |  Reversal Ring  | |  Ring of Favor  | |  Ring of Sacrifice  | |  Ring of Steel Protection  | |  Ring of the Evil Eye  | |  Ring of the Sun's First Born  | |  Sage Ring  | |  Saint's Ring  | |  Scholar Ring  | |  Silvercat Ring  | |  Skull Ring  | |  Slumbering Dragon Ring  | |  Slumbering Dragoncrest Ring  | |  Speckled Stoneplate Ring  | |  Sun Princess Ring  | |  Thunder Stoneplate Ring  | |  Untrue Dark Ring  | |  Untrue White Ring  | |  Witch's ring  | |  Witch Ring  | |  Wolf Ring  | |  Wood Grain Ring  | |  Young Dragon Ring  |

 

 




    • 10 Dec 2016 19:01

      This ring isn't "useless". Actually, it has saved me countless times against death hits (the hit which will kill you). That happens because when you get hit, the health you lose is automatically reduced by the ring. I really appreciate that.

      • 29 Nov 2016 05:44

        Absolutely useless, the red has its uses for one-shot builds, but this is trash. Unless you are doing low-level PvP where the incoming damage is less but even then with the near guarantee two-hit on most weapons the follow-up will likely kill you.

        The only way this could be of use is a low-level high vigor build but even then it would have to be a 30-40 vigor deprived (and that is all you level)

        • When is the absorbtion applied?05 Jul 2016 10:04

          Does the 20% of DMG absorb apply for the hit that brings you below 20% HP? <br/>E.G. I have 30% HP. I get hit for 25% of max HP. How much HP will I have left? Will it activate to absorb part of the incoming 25% damage, or will it leave me with 5% HP and activate then?

          • Misleading06 May 2016 06:22

            The description of what this ring does seems to be very poorly worded. I originally thought that it just adds 20% onto whatever each of your absorptions already are, but it actually only adds 20% of whatever your CURRENT absorptions are, onto those absorptions (so, say if you have 40% physical and 30% magic absorption, once the ring takes effect, you'll then have 48% physical absorption and 36% magic absorption for the duration of the buff). It honestly seems pretty useless even for tanky characters, a half-decent absorption buff probably won't make a difference in how many hits it takes to kill you from 20% of your hp.

            • This ring is a lot better than previously.21 Apr 2016 14:21

              Use this ring with fire resistance+life rings, red bug pellet, flash sweat and gear. Thanks to all of these, I managed to pick up toxic mist from the lava at 10 vigor!

              • Blue Tearstone Ring Proc and effect17 Apr 2016 19:16

                Effect starts at 20% HP, <br/>Monitoring the status page gave me the following increases when the ring was in effect:<br/>Physical 60% Magic 59%<br/>VS Strike 67% Fire 57%<br/>VS Slash 68% Lightning 60.5%<br/>VS Thrust 68% Dark 66%

                • Absorption = Soaks more damage for you15 Apr 2016 00:58

                  Decreases the amount of damage you take when you're low on hp. Haven't been able to find out the hp % that it kicks in as well as the amount of defense % you get when you do reach that threshold.

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