Shahra's Ring,[1] also known simply as the Ring,[2] is the ring belonging to Shahra which originated from the world of the Arabian Nights in Sonic and the Secret Rings.


Once Sonic the Hedgehog placed the Ring it on his finger, he met Shahra, who requested his help. Shahra's Ring has a unique ability to grant as many wishes as the wielder desires–however, the wishes are not very powerful compared to that of a lamp-genie's. The Ring displays an inscription on its surface that calls for good luck upon its wearer.[1]


  • Strangely, in the opening cutscene of the game, the ring appears to be as large as the Rings that Sonic collects in gameplay, but is later shown to fit around his finger. This however can be explained by the fact that it is magic.



  1. 1.0 1.1 Sonic Team (2007). Sonic and the Secret Rings. Wii. Sega. Mode: Special Book. Chapter 4, page 53: Shahra's Ring.
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