How to Get the Ring of Flawed Beauty in Remnant 2

It's flawed, but for some of you, it's a necessary treasure.

Remnant 2 Ring of Flawed Beauty
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If you’re trying to assemble a build where everything complements everything else, then having the correct ring setup is essential. You can’t have a Bleed build without rings that buff your damage to Bleeding targets and increase Bleeding damage. This will take at least a few playthroughs to get right, so be ready to tough it out with other builds in the meantime. One such ring is great for Hunter and Gunslinger players and isn’t too difficult to pick up. Here’s how to get the Ring of Flawed Beauty in Remnant 2.

Where to Find the Ring of Flawed Beauty in Remnant 2

Remnant 2 Cass
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To snag a Ring of Flawed Beauty, head to Ward 13 and make your way over to Cass. If you haven’t spoken to her before, you may have to go through a bit of dialogue about where you went when you entered the Worldstone. Once you’re through that conversation, enter her shop. Depending on what rotation her shop is in, you’ll see the Ring of Flawed Beauty for 500 Scrap. If not, you’ll need to keep playing and wait until it appears. Buy it, and the ring is yours!

Related: Remnant 2: How to Farm Lumenite Crystals

What Does the Ring of Flawed Beauty Do?

The flawed beauty aspect isn’t there purely for its looks. The Ring of Flawed Beauty increased Ranged Weakspot Damage by a whopping 25%, a huge amount for a ring. The caveat though is that any other ranged damage done when not hitting a Weakspot is decreased by 15%. This means the ring heavily rewards those who know how to aim particularly well but punishes those who just throw shots down range. For that reason, shotgun and LMG users are ill-advised to run this ring.

If you’re looking for other rings across the game, check out our guide on how to get the Hardened Coil Ring in Remnant 2.

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