- See also: Ring of Vlad
|Item Data: Satan's Ring|
|Image||Name - Game|
|Type / Users||Attributes / Consume||Statistics / Sell||Found||Notes|
|Satan himself once wore this ring.|| Goods|
| DEF +6, STR +2, CON +2, INT +2 (...)|
| Find: Top Floor|
|A ring once worn by the dark lord.|| Goods|
| ATK +5 DEF +7 STR +3 CON +3 INT +3|
| Find: The Pinnacle|
|Ring once worn by the dark lord.|| Accessory (Ring)|
| Attrib: Earth +6, Holy -6, Dark +6, Curse +6, Poison +6|| DEF +4, STR +3, CON +3, INT +3, MND +3|
Sell: (cannot be sold)
| Rarity: ***|
- On the English localizations, the ring is sometimes mistakenly said to have been worn by Satan. When this is not the case, the ring still keeps the name "Satan's Ring", implying it once belonged to him. On the original Japanese version, both the ring's name and description are actually referring to Dracula, who is the Dark Lord. The confusion stems from the fact that the Japanese word used to refer to the Dark Lord (魔王 Maō?) appears on the ring's name and description, and is the same word understood by the Occident to mean "Satan", which probably escaped the localization team's attention. Another evidence for this is the fact that the ring in Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow bears a bat motif, a symbol most commonly associated with Dracula.
- It could thus be assumed that both the Satan's Ring and the Ring of Vlad are one and the same. Supporting this theory is the fact that both rings have never appeared together in the same game.