- Kreiger (shield)/Kerrak (shield)
- Aran (helmet)
- Aegis Armor (armor)
- Solar transport energy blades (all types)
The Aegis Set used to belong to Ryth, and later ended up inside Ausar's castle in Saranthia for unknown reasons, hinting to possible alliance/rivalry between the two great Deathless. The wearer of this armor set is considered to have complete mastery of the Aegis Forms. In Infinity Blade II, the set is found in the Shrine.
This armor set is the best all-rounded set in Infinity Blade 2, with high health, high dodge points, high shield points and lots of gem slots provided, making it suitable for customization. The Kreiger shield is however quite weak compared to other shields. The Kerrak shield is also a part of the Aegis set, and is recommended for use in place of the Kreiger.
In Infinity Blade III, the "original" Kerrak (with black/grey coloring) is obtainable via a special summer tournament. It has a starting level of 20 and boosts the shield stat by 500, the most of any shield. However, this tournament only appears to one player per year, making the shield nearly impossible to obtain. The wielder of the shield also gains the title "Grand Deathless Blademaster", which is Ryth's true title.