Quotation1 This must be what had driven the spirits mad. I think. Quotation2
Shahra, Sonic and the Secret Rings

The Green Ring, also called the Green World Ring, is a reoccurring object in the Sonic the Hedgehog series. It is one of the seven World Rings which is infused with the emotion of hatred.

Game appearances

Sonic and the Secret Rings

In Sonic and the Secret Rings, the Green Ring was the second World Ring obtained by Sonic and Shahra which they found in Dinosaur Jungle after destroying five Genie Eggs. When Sonic picked it up, he felt a surge of its power. Shahra deduced that it was the Green Ring that caused the spirits of the jungle to go mad.

During the final confrontation with Erazor Djinn, Sonic used all the World Rings to access Erazor's inner sanctum, before the djinn got Shahra to hand them over to him. Absorbing the Green Ring along with the others while their control was still incomplete, Erazor transformed into the monstrous Alf Layla wa-Layla. Responding to Sonic's emotions over Shahra's subsequent death, the Green Ring reemerged from Erazor, along with the World Rings of Sadness and Rage. The three rings transformed Sonic into Darkspine Sonic, who then literally beat the World Rings' power out of Erazor.

Sonic Rivals 2

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The Green World Ring in Sonic Rivals 2.

In Sonic Rivals 2, the Green Ring is called the Green World Ring and is one of the collectible cards in the game. The player can obtain it by beating Tails twenty times as Metal Sonic.

Sonic and the Black Knight


The Green Ring.

In Sonic and the Black Knight, the Green Ring is one of the collectibles in the game. Its profile describes it as one of the seven World Rings that contain the emotion of hatred within it. Collecting this ring, along with the other six World Rings in the game, will unlock the song "Seven Rings In Hand".


  • No: 76
  • ID Point Price:
  • Rarity Level: 8/10
  • Item Type: Ring
  • LocationShrouded Forest (Legacy Mission)


  • In Sonic and the Secret Rings, the Green Ring was found in a jungle, the green plants representing the ring.

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