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  1. Final Fantasy Ring of the Lucii
    $999.00

    Harboring the souls of Lucian Kings of old, The Ring of the Lucii allows its wearer to channel the power of the Crystal—but drains away one's life. It connects the power of the kings of Lucis and lets the wearer channel the power of Eos's Crystal. It is handed down from generation to generation, containing the collective power and wisdom of each Lucian King, and grants its immense power only to those it deems worthy at the cost of a blood price.

    According to legend, the Ring of the Lucii was bestowed upon the kings of Lucis by the gods. Astrals created the ring of light, and it exists as proof of the rightful successor to the throne.

    This highly articulate, hand crafted design features Bahamut the Draconian God of War, an Astral who appears in Final Fantasy XV. He is one of the Six and is the clad in winged armor. Bahamut appears to be the leader of the Astrals, and is said to have bestowed the powers of the Oracle and given the Crystal onto mankind.

    (Disclaimer: no actual Gods/Spirits/Magic are bonded to this ring. This is an inspired-by adaptation of a fictional ring and the above story is for entertainment purposes only)

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  2. Athena's Strength - Rings of Hades Series 4.75Cts Ruby and Silver or Gold Skull Flower Engagement Ring
    $849.00

    Athena, also referred to as Athene, is a very important goddess of many things. She is goddess of strength, wisdom, courage, inspiration, civilization, law and justice, strategic warfare, mathematics, strategy, the arts, crafts, and skill.

    She is known most specifically for her strategic strength in warfare and is often portrayed as companion of heroes and is the patron goddess of heroic endeavour.

    Athena was born from Zeus after he experienced an enormous headache and she sprang fully grown and in armour from his forehead. She has no mother but one of the most commonly cited stories is that Zeus lay with Metis, the goddess of crafty thought and wisdom, and then swallowed her whole as he feared she will give birth to a child more powerful than him because of a prophecy – but she had already conceived.

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