- For a list of all enemies, see Category:Enemies.
Enemies or titans are opponents faced by Siris in Infinity Blade I and II. Their attacks vary greatly, as do their appearances. There are four enemy sizes or "classes", one of which is exclusive to Infinity Blade II.
Regular enemies are found in both games. They are the smallest enemies encountered. They fight using the Aegis forms. While most of them use Light weapons, the Plated Guard, Ryth and the Exo-Pilot use an exclusive fighting style with a two-handed sword. An example of a regular enemy is Raidriar.
Regular enemies using sword and shield can use unblockable moves but have attack patterns that are slower and easier to learn, predict and break without exploting the Stab point in fury chains.
Regular enemies using two-handed versions of swords are more agile and can use attacks that either must be blocked or ducked. The Plated Guard is the most known for the said tendency to use attacks that cannot be parried or side dodged. However, none of them can use unblockable attacks.
Regular enemies are similar in size to Siris, the main character (hence the name "regular").
Large enemies are found in both games. They are larger than regular enemies, but smaller than giant enemies and monstrosities. They fight using the Aegis forms. An example of a large enemy is the Dark Fiend. Although a lot of boss enemies happen to be difficult, even when they are large enemies, large enemies are usually refered to as easy enemies.
There are three variants of the Large Enemy. All use the three classifications of weapons usable by the player (Light, Heavy and Dual).
Large enemies using sword and shield (or axe and a gauntlet of sorts for the Horned Chieftain) will use unblockable shield bashes often (especially Thane) but have the easiest attack patterns and combos to predict.
Large enemies using two-handed weapons will use Chop attacks or Chops in a Fury chain that do not deal additional direct damage, but actually deal damage two times. These deplete the blocking integrity of your shield or your own Heavy weapon. These titans only sport unblockable moves in their fury chains.
Large enemies using Dual weapons generally are the most deceptive and sport the most complex fury chains of all titans in the large enemy category. However, they are also the only titans besides the two-handed weapon wielding regular enemies who cannot use unblockable moves (with the exception of the Archivist, who uses a jumping attack that cannot be blocked).
Giant enemies are very large, and appear as robotic or humanoid. They are larger than small and large enemies, but much smaller than monstrosities. Like normal enemies, they fight using the Aegis forms. An example of a giant enemy is the Iron Golem.
- Main article: Monstrosities
Monstrosities are massive enemies encountered in Infinity Blade II. Instead of attacking with weapons, they attack the player with limb bashes and bites. One example of a monstrosity is the Chelon. Only the teeth and head attacks can be parried.
Monstrosities generally have the highest health of any non-boss titan. However, they are susceptible to a longer recovery time against weak to moderate block or dodge breaks by two hits.
- ↑ Sanderson, Brandon. Infinity Blade: Awakening. 1st edition. Salt Lake City, Utah: Chair Entertainment Group, LLC, 2011. eBook.