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Infinity Stones

The six stones. Clockwise from left: Soul, Mind, Reality, Space, Time, and Power.

"In the dawn of the universe there was nothing, then in a flash, the big bang sent six elemental crystals hurtling across the universe. These Infinity Stones each control an essential aspect of existence; Power, Space, Reality, Soul, Time and Mind."
Merlin[src]

The Infinity Stones are six immensely powerful objects tied to different aspects of the universe, created by the Cosmic Entities. Each of the stones possess unique capabilities that have been enhanced and altered by various alien civilizations for millennia.

Only beings of immense power can directly wield the Stones, such as Celestials, or the Mad Titan Unicron. Lesser beings face dire consequences, such as Database, when he exploded as he touched the Power Stone; however, these effects can be reduced if a group is sharing the power among themselves. It is also possible to place an Infinity Stone inside a container to prevent a person from directly touching it, allowing the user to wield the Stone's power without suffering the normal repercussions. Examples include the Space Stone inside the Tesseract, the Mind Stone inside the Scepter, the Power Stone inside the Orb, the Time Stone inside the Eye of Agamodto, and all the Infinity Stones inside the Infinity Gauntlet.

Background

Creation

"Before creation itself, there were six singularities, m'kay. Then the universe exploded into existence, and the remnants of these systems were forged into concentrated ingots... Infinity Stones, m'kay."
Mr. Mackey[src]
Before the Universe began, six singularities existed. Some time after the universe exploded into existence, these were formed into the six Infinity Stones by the Cosmic Entities. Each stone represented a different aspect of the universe (Space, Mind, Reality, Power, Soul, and Time).

Early history

Use by major galactic threats

Official discovery

The Mad Titan's Quest

"Fine. I'll do it myself."
Unicron[src]

Stones

Mind Stone

Mind stone
  • Stone color: Yellow
  • Original containment unit: Scepter
  • Current location: Earth (in Vision's head)
  • Current owner: Vision
  • Previous owners:
  • Debut: "The Bitix"
  • Description: The Scepter was a weapon created by the Goa'uld System Lords and weilded by their master, Shinnok, that utilized the yellow Mind Stone housed inside a blue computer module, which also masked the stone's presence. Puff originally saw the Stone as a power source, whereas once Langham Institute techinicians had the opportunity to study the stone he stated it was more akin to a very powerful computer. It grants to the user powerful mental abilities, like the power to subjugate the minds of others, bending them to the will of the user, as well as project the user's consciousness to a higher plane of existence. The stone was also said to greatly increase the intelligence of those capable of wielding it, as shown in the cases of Shinnok. When a corrupted Shinnok was defeated at the hands of Puff in "Point of No Return", the Scepter fell into the possession of Humane Labs and Research, But in "First Contact", the Scepter was stolen by Puff by Lance in an attempt to create a new form of life from the Stone, while the protective casing of the Scepter's gem was eventually hatched by Dr. Janet Frasier and the contained stone was used to give rise to a new form of life, designated Vision. The students all later entrusted the stone to Vision, stating that Vision was worthy and that safety was hard to come by nowadays. Despite being a part of him, the stone's origin was a mystery for Vision and he wished to understand it so he could control it.

Space Stone

Space stone
  • Stone color: Blue
  • Original containment unit: Tesseract
  • Current location: Inside the Infinity Gauntlet
  • Current owner: Unicron
  • Previous owners:
  • Debut: "Revelations"
  • Description: The Tesseract is named for its cube-like appearance and is capable of controlling space itself, providing the user instant access to any location throughout the universe if used correctly. The unique element that composes the Tesseract has also been used to create advanced weaponry by races like the Tau'ri. This stone played an important role in humanity's development during the dawn of the superhero age, attracting the attention of the most powerful and dangerous Goa'uld, Anubis, who sought to use the Tesseract's power for their own sinister intents, combined with the intent of overthrowing his inferiors. Following Anubis' defeat at the hands of the Langham Student Body in "Serpent's Song", they entrust the Tesseract to the Asgard Thor, who would later leave it in the hands of the High Council, but feared that it could be one of an "assortment" of destructive entities, but in "200" however, the Asgard gave all of their technology to the Langham Students and Faculty, the Tesseract included, ahead of their impending extinction. In "Resurrection", The Langham's commanding officer, Peter Mandelson later entrusted the Tesseract to the Ancients to avoid the potential risks of having two "conveniently related celestial stones" located on Earth. During a assessment on the Stones in "The Inside Job" it is revealed that the cuboid is a containment unit built around the actual Infinity Stone so that it could be somewhat safely handled and controlled. In a vision inflicted on Lance by Syriza head José Mourinho in "Truth and Bankruptcy", the Tesseract is shattered to unveil the blue Space Stone contained within. In "Monkey Bussiness", The Mad Titan Unicron invaded the Ancient homeland and, despite a group of student's attempts to prevent him, found and crushed the Tesseract with his bare hand, extracting the Space Stone within before he inserted it into his Infinity Gauntlet.

Reality Stone

Reality stone

Power Stone

Power stone

Time Stone

Time stone
  • Stone color: Green
  • Original containment unit: Eye of Agamodto
  • Current location: Earth, inside Kamal-To library
  • Current owner: Joseph Prince and the Masters of the Mystic Arts
  • Previous owners:
  • Debut: The Ballad of Mystic Joe
  • Description: The Eye of Agamodto is an ancient artifact, a pendant created by Agamodto, the first Sorcerer Supreme, presumably to contain and harness the power of the green Time Stone contained inside. In the Jumping Ground Story The Ballad of Mystic Joe, after being stored for an unknown amount of time on a pedestal in Kamal-To, it was recently wielded by Luis Lopez, first to aid him in his learning of sorcery, then in his fight against Kaecillius, only to hand it over to Mystic Joe in his confrontation with Dormammu. When wielded by someone having the necessary knowledge and skills, it appeared to be able to control the flow of time, be it on a small or massive scale, notably to turn back something to a previous state, to accelerate its time in order to apply changes that have not happened yet, or to lock it in a time loop, resetting its state until the wielder stops its effect. It appeared skilled sorcerers, or perhaps users of powers from the Dark Dimension could to an extent subtract themselves to the effects of the stone, stopping the time reversal affecting oneself or detecting one was stuck in a time loop. It was noted by Yusuf Amir and Rocco Pelosci that the use of the Eye was contrary to the natural order of things, and extremely dangerous. With Mystic Joe and Yusuf's approval, it was placed back on its pedestal by Luis until he learned how to properly harness its powers.

Soul Stone

Powers and Abillities

Trivia