Ring of Reckless Courage
|Ring of Reckless Courage|
|This ring grants its wearer a +4 enhancement bonus to Charisma, +4 competence bonus to Stealth and Trickery skill checks, +4 bonus to attack rolls made to confirm critical hits, and a +2 bonus to DC of mind-effecting spells cast by the wearer.|
It imposes a -2 enhancement penalty to wearer's Wisdom score, -4 competence penalty to Perception skill checks, -2 resistance penalty to Will saving throws, and a -10 all saving throws against traps.
Whenever the wearer receives a critical hit, they become confused for 1d4 rounds.
Ring of Reckless Courage is a magic ring in Pathfinder: Kingmaker.
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|This simple steel ring is decorated with a plain pattern along with an inscription - 'Fortune favors the braves.' The inscription is written in the ancient language of the Empire of Taldor, the predecessor of the modern Common tongue. It's unknown when this artifact was crafted, or by whom, but its last owner was a Taldan treasure hunter who was traveling through the Kamelands with a group of like-minded daredevils. While exploring an ancient tomb, he came across a skeleton lying at the bottom of a pitfall, this steel ring on its bony finger. Once he realized it was enchanted, the treasure hunter put it on his own finger with hesitation. And he didn't regret it - the artifact increased his vigor and confidence, and disabling traps seemed so easy he could do it with his eyes closed.