Sonic News Network

Know something we don't about Sonic? Don't hesitate in signing up today! It's fast, free, and easy, and you will get a wealth of new abilities, and it also hides your IP address from public view. We are in need of content, and everyone has something to contribute!

If you have an account, please log in.

READ MORE

Sonic News Network
Advertisement
Sonic News Network

Shahra's Ring,[1] also known as simply the Ring,[2] is an object that appears in the Sonic the Hedgehog series. It is the ring belonging to Shahra, the genie of the ring, and which is used by her masters to give her commands.

Description

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]

Trivia

  • 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 can simply be explained by the fact that it is magic.
  • The inscription on the ring in its concept artwork can be translated to "May God Bless You".[3]

Gallery

Concept artwork

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Sonic Team (20 February 2007). Sonic and the Secret Rings. Wii. Sega. Area/Level: Special Book, Chapter 4, page 53: Shahra's Ring.
  2. Backbone Entertainment (13 November 2007). Sonic Rivals 2. PlayStation Portable. Sega. Area/Level: Card Collection. "Ring"
  3. So What Does The Text On Sharha's Ring Mean?. Last Minute Continue (29 January 2012). Archived from the original on 21 April 2017. Retrieved on 22 January 2022.

Advertisement