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Soul Ring

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Soul Ring
Soul Ring icon.png
A ring that feeds on the souls of those who wear it.
Bought From
Active Sacrifice
Bonus +3 Health regeneration
+50% Mana regeneration
Disassemble? No
Alert allies? No
Bloodstone (4850)
UsedIn1.pngSoul Ring (750)Components3.png
Ring of Regen (325)
Sage's Mask (325)
Enchanted Mango (100)

The Soul Ring is an item purchasable at the Main Shop, under Common.


No Target
Consume 150 health to temporarily gain 150 mana. Lasts 10 seconds.

If the mana gained cannot fit in your mana pool, it creates a buffer of mana that will be used before your mana pool.
Health Cost: 150
Temporary Mana Bonus: 150
Duration: 10
Cooldown symbol.png 30
Buff Item Soul Ring Buff: Undispellable.


  • Interrupts the user's channeling spells upon cast.
  • If the mana bonus would exceed the user's current mana pool, its max mana pool is temporarily increased by the exceeding amount.
  • At the end of the duration, the user loses any unused mana of the 150 mana bonus.
    • If its maximum mana pool was increased, it goes back to normal if it was exceeded.
  • The lost health is not gained back when the gained mana was unused or partly unused.
  • The 150 health lost upon cast is never lethal. When casting with less than 150 health, the user's health goes down to 1.

Recommended heroes[edit]

Alchemist icon.png
  • If Alchemist is facing a hard lane, he can use Soul Ring to get last hits by using Acid Spray icon.png Acid Spray repeatedly.
Bane icon.png
  • Bane can use the mana to cast more Brain Sap icon.png Brain Sap, which also recovers the 150 health you lose from soul ring
  • When low on health, you can use soul ring to drop you to 1 health, then use Nightmare icon.png Nightmare to deny yourself
Broodmother icon.png
  • Broodmother needs Soul Ring to constantly use Spawn Spiderlings icon.png Spawn Spiderlings and maintain her brood.
Dark Seer icon.png
Dark Seer
  • Soul Ring lets Dark Seer repeatedly use Ion Shell icon.png Ion Shell, allowing him to safely farm in lane from a distance.
Earthshaker icon.png
  • Earthshaker's low mana can be offset with Soul Ring, allowing him to use Fissure icon.png Fissure more often.
Enigma icon.png
Ogre Magi icon.png
Ogre Magi
  • Soul Ring allows Ogre Magi to cast Fireblast icon.png Fireblast frequently, and play more aggressively in lane.
Omniknight icon.png
  • Omniknight's small mana pool can be boosted by Soul Ring, which is especially helpful for getting off an extra Purification icon.png Purification.
Techies icon.png
  • Soul Ring is absolutely crucial for Techies because it allows him plant many more mines, and remains useful throughout the game.
Tinker icon.png
Zeus icon.png
  • Soul Ring helps Zeus use his magical nukes more often, and its health reduction is not as risky because of his global range with Thundergod's Wrath icon.png Thundergod's Wrath.


  • Use Soul Ring right before casting a costly ability. This is especially effective during the laning stage, as it will offset most of your mana costs.
  • Make sure you are safe before using Soul Ring, as the reduced health can make your hero much more vulnerable.
  • When the cooldown goes off (30 seconds) the health regenerated is 90, i.e. 60% from the original 150 health consumed, so the value of health used for the Sacrifice ability is 60 health, only the 40% of the total used.
  • If your hero has low health or no means of regenerating health, consider picking up Tranquil Boots too in order to refill health after using the active a lot.
  • Consider dropping items that increase mana capacity before using Soul Ring and picking them back up afterwards. Dropping those items decreases your mana capacity while current mana percentage remains the same, but Soul Ring still gives the full amount of mana. Picking up the items afterwards increases mana capacity while retaining the same percentage, thus resulting in a net gain of mana. As an added bonus, the extra mana gained through this method does not count as having been gained through the Soul Ring, and as such, will not be lost at the end of the duration even if unused.