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|games = ''[[Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite]]''}}The '''Infinity Stones''' are six gems of great power (though currently, only five have been found) from the [[Marvel Cinematic Universe]]. Created by the [[Cosmic Entities]], they existed long before time began. The [[Infinity Gauntlet]] is a glove with six holes, one on each finger, and the sixth on the palm.
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|fate = [[Thanos]] uses them to destroy themselves to ensure the Snap's consequences irreversible}}The '''Infinity Stones''' are six special gems of great power from the [[Marvel Cinematic Universe]]. Created by the [[Cosmic Entities]], they existed long before time began. The [[Infinity Gauntlet]] is a glove with six holes, one on each finger, and the sixth on the back of the hand.
   
The Infinity Stones can shift from their natural form to a gem form. Once shifted into gems, each Infinity Stone goes into one of the holes in the Infinity Gauntlet. This gives the Infinity Gauntlet its power, and thus gives the one who wears it power beyond comparison.
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The Infinity Stones can shift from their natural form to a gem form. Once shifted into gems, each Infinity Stone goes into one of the holes in the Infinity Gauntlet. This gives the Infinity Gauntlet its power, and thus gives the one who wears it power beyond comparison. The supervillain [[Thanos]] seeks their power for absolute control over the universe.
   
 
==The Stones==
 
==The Stones==
*'''[[Tesseract|Space Stone]]''' - A blue cube and considered as "The Jewel of Odin's Treasure Room". Odin hid the stone at [[Norway]] until World War II where [[Red Skull|Johann Schmidt]] took it for power. The Tesseract is the Space Stone. The Tesseract was taken to a vault on [[Asgard]], after being used to recreate the Frost bridge connecting [[Asgard]] to different realms. [[Loki Laufeyson|Loki ]] now has the Tesseract, but Loki's demoralized state (and his history of treachery) means it's most likely that he'll give it to Thanos.
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*'''[[Tesseract|Space Stone]]''' - A blue stone with control over space. It was kept in a blue cube called the Tesseract. The Tesseract was taken to a vault on [[Asgard]], after being used to recreate the Frost bridge connecting [[Asgard]] to different realms. [[Odin Borson|Odin]] hid the stone at [[Norway]] until World War II where [[Red Skull|Johann Schmidt]] took it for power. [[Loki Laufeyson|Loki]] had the Tesseract, but gave it to Thanos to spare his brother's life.
*'''[[Scepter|Mind Stone]]''' - It was given to [[Loki Laufeyson|Loki]] by [[The Other]]. Loki used the scepter to control [[Hawkeye]], [[Erik Selvig]], and other [[S.H.I.E.L.D.]] agents. The scepter was then sent to [[Helen Cho|Dr. Cho]] 's lab in Korea. The Mind Stone is now on [[Vision]]'s forehead. The fractured state of [[Avengers |the Avengers ]] following the events of ''[[Captain America: Civil War|Civil War]]'' may allow Thanos to collect the Mind Stone.
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*'''[[Scepter|Mind Stone]]''' - A yellow stone with control over mind. It was inside a scepter given to [[Loki Laufeyson|Loki]] by [[The Other]]. Loki used the scepter to control [[Hawkeye]], [[Erik Selvig]], and other [[S.H.I.E.L.D.]] agents. The scepter was then used by [[Helen Cho|Dr. Cho]] to create [[Vision]]. The Mind Stone was once on Vision's forehead until his destruction by the hand of Thanos.
*'''[[Aether|Reality Stone]]''' - It is in a red liquid form used by [[Malekith]]. The Aether is the Reality Stone. [[The Collector (Marvel)|The Collector]] currently has the Aether. The Collector's trophy room has been destroyed after [[Carina]] grabbed the Orb with her bare hands, and this would allow Thanos to collect the Aether.
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*'''[[Aether|Reality Stone]]''' - A red stone with control over reality and existence. It was initially in a liquid form called Aether and used by [[Malekith]]. [[Collector|The Collector]] previously had the Aether until it was acquired by Thanos.
*'''[[Orb|Power Stone]]''' - A silver sphere used by the people of [[Morag]], to encase the Power Stone. The Orb is the Power Stone. The Orb is currently in a vault in [[Xandar]]. The destruction wrecked upon Xandar by [[Ego]] may help Thanos collect the Orb.
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*'''[[Orb|Power Stone]]''' - A purple stone with control over energy. It was inside a silver Orb used by the people of [[Morag]] to harness its power. The Orb was inside a vault in [[Xandar]] prior to the planet's devastation by Thanos. This stone was the first one to be collected by Thanos. It is the most destructive and possibly the most powerful of them all.
*'''[[Eye of Agamotto|Time Stone]]''' - Revealed to be an Infinity Stone by [[Wong]] to [[Doctor Strange]], the Eye's current wielder. It contains the Time Stone, allowing the eye to bend time. The Eye is currently in [[Kamar Taj]], in [[Nepal]]. With only Doctor Strange and Wong as the two active [[Masters of the Mystic Arts]], it is now easier for Thanos to collect the Eye of Agamotto.
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*'''[[Eye of Agamotto|Time Stone]]''' - A green stone with control over time. It was held in the Eye of Agamotto, which allowed the Eye to bend time. The Eye was held in [[Kamar Taj]] in Strange's possession until Doctor Strange gave up the stone to Thanos.
*'''Soul Stone''' - An orange stone, it is currently unknown what the stone's abilities are or where it is.
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*'''[[Vormir|Soul Stone]]''' - An orange stone with control over life and death. It is both the most mysterious and the most dangerous of all the stones. The Soul Stone was found on the planet Vormir guarded by the [[Red Skull|Stonekeeper]] and then claimed by Thanos.
   
 
==''[[Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite]]''==
 
==''[[Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite]]''==
The Infinity Stones are a major gameplay feature in the [[Capcom]] crossover fighting game ''[[Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite]]''. The Infinity Stones function similarly to the "Groove System" in ''[[w:c:capcom:Capcom vs. SNK 2: Mark of the Millennium 2001|Capcom vs. SNK 2: Mark of the Millennium 2001]]''. Players will select one Infinity Stone at the beginning of a match, which will give the player two special power-up abilities. The first special power-up ability is called the "Infinity Surge," and can be activated at any time, akin to the V-Skills from ''[[w:c:streetfighter:Street Fighter V|Street Fighter V]]'', which fills the Infinity Stone meter. The second, stronger special ability is called the "Infinity Storm," and can be activated when the player fills their Infinity Stone meter at least half-way, akin to the [[w:c:streetfighter:Ultra Combo|Ultra Combo]] [[w:c:streetfighter:Revenger Gauge|Revenge Gauge]] in ''[[w:c:streetfighter:Street Fighter IV|Street Fighter IV]]'', giving them a significant boost for a limited time, similar to the [[w:c:marvelvscapcom:X-Factor|X-Factor]] system from ''[[w:c:marvelvscapcom:Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds]]''.
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The Infinity Stones are a major gameplay feature in the [[Capcom]] crossover fighting game ''Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite''. The Infinity Stones function similarly to the "Groove System" in ''[[w:c:capcom:Capcom vs. SNK 2: Mark of the Millennium 2001|Capcom vs. SNK 2: Mark of the Millennium 2001]]''. Players will select one Infinity Stone at the beginning of a match, which will give the player two special power-up abilities. The first special power-up ability is called the "Infinity Surge," and can be activated at any time, akin to the V-Skills from ''[[w:c:streetfighter:Street Fighter V|Street Fighter V]]'', which fills the Infinity Stone meter. The second, stronger special ability is called the "Infinity Storm," and can be activated when the player fills their Infinity Stone meter at least half-way, akin to the [[w:c:streetfighter:Ultra Combo|Ultra Combo]] [[w:c:streetfighter:Revenger Gauge|Revenge Gauge]] in ''[[w:c:streetfighter:Street Fighter IV|Street Fighter IV]]'', giving them a significant boost for a limited time, similar to the [[w:c:marvelvscapcom:X-Factor|X-Factor]] system from ''[[w:c:marvelvscapcom:Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds]]''.
   
 
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
*In the comics, the Infinity "Stones" are referred to as the Infinity Gems.
 
*In the comics, the Infinity "Stones" are referred to as the Infinity Gems.
*The post-credits scene in ''Thor: The Dark World'' reveals that the film's central weapon, the "Aether", is one of six "Infinity Stones", and that the Tesseract from the previous films ''Captain America: The First Avenger'' and ''The Avengers'' is another. It is also noted that it would be unwise to keep two of the stones in the same location.
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**Likewise, they were initially all called the "Soul Gems", until Thanos renamed them into the Infinity Gems.
*Kevin Feige has stated that one of the Infinity Stones will be featured in ''Guardians of the Galaxy'' stating: "You may see another infinity stone in Guardians and certainly fans of the comics know what one can do with all of those stones if, god forbid, they get them and with Thanos showing up at the end of The Avengers, he plays a part in Guardians and leads us towards at least one potential future." This later turned out to be the Orb.
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*In the movie, the Space Stone transported Red Skull to the planet Vomir to guard over the Soul Stone. This did not happen with the Space, or any gem in the comics.
*The trailer for ''[[Avengers: Infinity War]]'' shows Thanos wielding a fully assembled Infinity Gauntlet, meaning that Thanos getting ahold of the six Infinity Stones is a foregone conclusion.
 
   
 
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===Marvel Cinematic Universe===
 
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The Infinity Stones are six special gems of great power from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Created by the Cosmic Entities, they existed long before time began. The Infinity Gauntlet is a glove with six holes, one on each finger, and the sixth on the back of the hand.

The Infinity Stones can shift from their natural form to a gem form. Once shifted into gems, each Infinity Stone goes into one of the holes in the Infinity Gauntlet. This gives the Infinity Gauntlet its power, and thus gives the one who wears it power beyond comparison. The supervillain Thanos seeks their power for absolute control over the universe.

The StonesEdit

  • Space Stone - A blue stone with control over space. It was kept in a blue cube called the Tesseract. The Tesseract was taken to a vault on Asgard, after being used to recreate the Frost bridge connecting Asgard to different realms. Odin hid the stone at Norway until World War II where Johann Schmidt took it for power. Loki had the Tesseract, but gave it to Thanos to spare his brother's life.
  • Mind Stone - A yellow stone with control over mind. It was inside a scepter given to Loki by The Other. Loki used the scepter to control Hawkeye, Erik Selvig, and other S.H.I.E.L.D. agents. The scepter was then used by Dr. Cho to create Vision. The Mind Stone was once on Vision's forehead until his destruction by the hand of Thanos.
  • Reality Stone - A red stone with control over reality and existence. It was initially in a liquid form called Aether and used by Malekith. The Collector previously had the Aether until it was acquired by Thanos.
  • Power Stone - A purple stone with control over energy. It was inside a silver Orb used by the people of Morag to harness its power. The Orb was inside a vault in Xandar prior to the planet's devastation by Thanos. This stone was the first one to be collected by Thanos. It is the most destructive and possibly the most powerful of them all.
  • Time Stone - A green stone with control over time. It was held in the Eye of Agamotto, which allowed the Eye to bend time. The Eye was held in Kamar Taj in Strange's possession until Doctor Strange gave up the stone to Thanos.
  • Soul Stone - An orange stone with control over life and death. It is both the most mysterious and the most dangerous of all the stones. The Soul Stone was found on the planet Vormir guarded by the Stonekeeper and then claimed by Thanos.

Marvel vs. Capcom: InfiniteEdit

The Infinity Stones are a major gameplay feature in the Capcom crossover fighting game Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite. The Infinity Stones function similarly to the "Groove System" in Capcom vs. SNK 2: Mark of the Millennium 2001. Players will select one Infinity Stone at the beginning of a match, which will give the player two special power-up abilities. The first special power-up ability is called the "Infinity Surge," and can be activated at any time, akin to the V-Skills from Street Fighter V, which fills the Infinity Stone meter. The second, stronger special ability is called the "Infinity Storm," and can be activated when the player fills their Infinity Stone meter at least half-way, akin to the Ultra Combo Revenge Gauge in Street Fighter IV, giving them a significant boost for a limited time, similar to the X-Factor system from Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds.

Game mechanicsEdit

  • Power Stone:
    • Infinity Surge: hits the opponent with an attack that knocks them against the wall, allowing for increased combo potential. This attack also destroys projectiles.
    • Infinity Storm: increases damage output ability and combo potential, similar to the X-Factor system from Marvel vs. Capcom 3.
  • Time Stone:
    • Infinity Surge: performs a quick teleport dash that can pass through the opponent; it can also be performed in the air.
    • Infinity Storm: increases speed, and grants the ability to perform custom combos, similar to those in the Street Fighter Alpha series and Capcom vs. SNK 2.
  • Space Stone:
    • Infinity Surge: pulls the opponent closer to the player's character.
    • Infinity Storm: traps the opponent in a cube that severely limits their mobility.
  • Reality Stone:
    • Infinity Surge: releases a homing projectile that tracks the opponent's position.
    • Infinity Storm: initiates elemental magic attacks that accompany and augment normal physical attacks.
      • Light punch: produces a wind blade that blows the opponent away.
      • Light kick: freezes the opponent in a block of ice.
      • Heavy punch: produces a fire beam.
      • Heavy kick: produces a lightning bolt.
  • Mind Stone:
    • Infinity Surge: hits the opponent with an attack that renders them dizzy for a few seconds.
    • Infinity Storm: continuously regenerates the player's Hyper Combo Gauge to maximum.
  • Soul Stone:
    • Infinity Surge: Shoots an energy burst that absorbs energy from the opponent into the player's own life bar.
    • Infinity Storm: Brings the player's partner character out to aid the point character in attacking the opponent together, akin to the Duo Team Attack feature from Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes and the Scramble Mode feature from Street Fighter X Tekken. If the partner was knocked out earlier in the match, they will be revived with 20% of their health restored.

TriviaEdit

  • In the comics, the Infinity "Stones" are referred to as the Infinity Gems.
    • Likewise, they were initially all called the "Soul Gems", until Thanos renamed them into the Infinity Gems.
  • In the movie, the Space Stone transported Red Skull to the planet Vomir to guard over the Soul Stone. This did not happen with the Space, or any gem in the comics.

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