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A ring that slightly reduces any fire damage sustained by the wearer. The stone residing in its center evokes the image of a flame ablaze, and it has the ability to weaken the power of fire. However, it cannot completely protect the wearer from fire attacks, nor absorb their energy. It can only slightly moderate the amount of fire damage received when equipped, which offers some sense of relief against powerful enemy attack.
Fire Ring (炎の指輪 or ほのおのゆびわ, Honō no Yubiwa?, lit. Flame Ring), also known as Flame Ring, Red Ring, Crimson Bangle, and NulBlaze Ring, is a recurring accessory in the series. It most commonly absorbs Fire-elemental damage, but sometimes also reduces or nullifies the damage instead.
Ring infused with the power of fire.
Flame Ring is an accessory that absorbs Fire-elemental attacks, nullifies Ice-elemental attacks, and is weak to Water-elemental attacks, as well as provides 5 Defense, 5 Magic Defense, 5 Evade, and 1 Magic Evade. It can be bought for 50,000 gil at Istory and Phantom Village, found at Great Sea Trench, or stolen from Red Dragon.
Red Ring is an accessory that provides +4 Magic, allows the user to cast Fire, and halves Fire-elemental damage. In addition, when one is used for a monster, it teaches it Fire Ward. It can be bought for 3,000 gil at Bikanel (any chapter except Chapter 4), found at Floating Ruins, dropped from Flame Dragon (normal and Oversoul), stolen from Flan Rojo (Oversoul), bribed from Protochimera (1,680 gil) and Bomb (Oversoul; 650 gil), and as a reward by recalibrating the Thunder Plains towers, or dispatching a level 2 Chocobo to Bikanel.
Fire Ring is a dummied out item, it's unknown what effect it would have had.
Fire is the rapid oxidation of a material in the exothermic chemical process of combustion, releasing heat, light, and various reaction products.