|“||To kill the immortal is impossible they say, but I the Worker of Secrets embraced the deathless warlord, and forged you, a weapon to slay the un slayable||”|
For the game, see Infinity Blade I.
- For the Infinity Blade in the first two games, as well as the modern Infinity Blade in III, see The Infinity Blade.
Obtaining Infinity BladeEdit
It is obtained in the Stockpile in the Seccian Desert after reaching the vault that is located at the end of the level. You will then be attacked by an enemy at the time you try to go inside. After you defeat the enemy, you can access the chamber by first looking at it. However, you need to have all the other Infinity Weapons in your inventory. After you look into the vault with all the weapons, you will be able to go into the vault. After placing all weapons on their corresponding slots, the Infinity Blade will appear, suspended in mid-air, Siris or Isa will then lift it into the air like any weapon gained from the collector. The weapon can be used by both Siris and Isa. The classic Infinity Blades are mastered, upgraded, and equipped with gems separately for Siris and Isa.
Infinity Blade has a starting level of level 6 and has an attack of 720. It also has a triangle gem, a circle gem and a light weapon gem slot.
- It is unknown whether this Infinity Blade is also part of the King set.
- Because the weapons are separate for each character, you can lose one to The Collector, and still, luckily, have it on the other character.
- It can be assumed that, after Raidriar's failed battle with the Worker, this original Infinity Blade was returned to the Vault in the Seccian Desert by the Worker.
- This Infinity Blade is the same strength as the modern one, but simply starts out at a higher level.
- Siris' Infinity Blade and Isa's Infinity Blade are separate weapons, meaning that any equipped gems or upgrades for Siris' will not be equipped for Isa.
- This is the first variation of the Infinity Blade to not feature a square (elemental) gem upon purchase.