How to Get the Akari War Band in Remnant 2

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Remnant 2 has some rather strange ways to acquire rings. Some can be found within the shops in Ward 13, others can be found in certain rooms lying on random tables, and others are challenging to find with very specific locations and puzzles you need to complete. Thankfully, this ring isn’t either of the latter. Here’s how to get the Akari War Band in Remnant 2.

Where to Find the Akari War Band in Remnant 2

The Akari War Band is a simple ring to get but can be time-consuming. The ring is found within Cass’ shop within Ward 13, but her shop works on a rotation, with that rotation not exactly consistent for most players. The best thing you can do is play the game for a little while and keep coming back to see if her shop has the item in stock. Once she does, be sure to grab it or you’ll be waiting a long while to see it again. Be sure to check whatever she ends up having stock as well, as some other rings, like her Ring of Flawed Beauty, are also worthy pickups.

Related: How to Get the Ring of Flawed Beauty in Remnant 2

What Does the Akari War Band Do?

The Akari War Band increases your Critical Chance and Critical Damage by 15% for 15 seconds each time you perform a Perfect Dodge. A Perfect Dodge occurs when you dodge while you would’ve taken damage since your dodge has a few frames where it’s impossible to take damage from enemies. With this in mind, you’ll only want to take this ring if you’re running a Challenger-based build with a close-range weapon like an SMG or Shotgun. Ranged players who use snipers primarily won’t get much out of the Akari War Band since it’ll be rare that you dodge out of damage.

If you’re on the hunt for more rings, check out our guide on how to get the Probability Cord ring in Remnant 2.

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Shawn Robinson

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