Dash Ring

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Dash Ring
Dash Ring from Mario Kart Tour
The Dash Ring icon from Mario Kart Tour
First appearance Mario Kart Tour (2019)
Her special item, Dash Ring, will help you zip past your opponents.”
Lakitu, Mario Kart Tour News Vol. 3: Where did Lakitu go?[1]

The Dash Ring is the special item of Ludwig, Rosalina, Blue Yoshi, Birdo (Blue), Blue Shy Guy, Rosalina (Halloween), Peach (Wintertime), Baby Rosalina (Detective), Mario (Swimwear), Penguin Toad, Mario (Aviator), Toadette (Astronaut), and the Rosalina, Dolphin, Reindeer, Roaring Racer, Blue and Ludwig Mii Racing Suits in Mario Kart Tour. When used, it follows the track to produce three rings that the player and opponents can use to gain temporary speed boosts, similarly to Dash Panels. The item can also pass by opponents to give them premature bursts of speed. When Dash Ring+ is active, two extra rings are tossed, allowing use for more speed. The rings will disappear after several seconds.

Profiles[edit]

Mario Kart Tour[edit]

  • Tips & Tricks: "Tosses out three rings in front of you along the track. Pass through them for a speed boost!"
  • Mario Kart Tour Twitter: "Drive through dash rings for an extra boost of speed! If you're having trouble maneuvering through them, practice your steering in the Ring Race bonus challenge! Try to pass through as many as you can!"[2]
  • Driver info: "Pass through this for a burst of speed. Your opponents can use it, too, so make it count!"
  • Driver info (Dash Ring+): "Gives you two more rings for five total, increasing your total boost potential."

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ダッシュリング
Dasshu Ringu
Dash Ring

Chinese (simplified) 冲刺圆环
Chōngcì Yuánhuán
Sprint Ring

Chinese (traditional) 衝刺圓環
Chōngcì Yuánhuán
Sprint ring

French Anneau turbo
Turbo ring
German Turbo-Ringe
Turbo Ring
Italian Anello scatto
Dash ring
Korean 대시링
Daesi Ring
Dash Ring

Portuguese Anel turbo
Turbo ring
Spanish Aro turbo
Turbo ring

References[edit]

  1. ^ GaplekBehemoth (June 26, 2020). All Volumes of Mario Kart Tour News - Mario Kart Tour. YouTube. Retrieved September 4, 2021.
  2. ^ https://twitter.com/mariokarttourEN/status/1184982422934310912 Mario Kart Tour Twitter