|Alias|| High Lord of House Ix(IB2)|
Deathless QIP Abomination(IB3)
|Starting level|| 25 (IB2)|
|Found in|| Infinity Blade II|
Infinity Blade III
Thane is the Deathless guardian of the Vault of Tears. He refers to himself as "first blood of the Deathless, high lord of House Ix, and shield of the Great Pact". He and the other three Blood Sentinels must be defeated in order to gain entrance to the Vault of Tears.
Infinity Blade IIEdit
After defeating Thane the first time, all pathways to the other Blood Sentinels are unlocked. Thane is fought again after unlocking the other three seals, and entrance to the Vault of Tears is gained. Once inside, Thane intercepts Siris and battles him a third time, but the High Lord of House Ix is far weaker than before. The fight is interrupted by the Worker of Secrets when Thane's health is reduced to 1/3, who then destabilizes Thane's Quantum Identity Pattern, seemingly killing him permanently.
Thane wears a similar armor and helm to the Worker of Secrets. Donald Mustard (Staff of the Infinity Blade story creators) hinted in a tweet that there is a correlation between Thane and the Worker of Secrets looking similar; but gave no reason on why they are connected.
Thane wields Byzanti as a shield and Gelder as a light weapon. He can conjure ice magic in between attack chains, and attacks with his shield quite frequently. He is very easy to fight on earlier rebirths, but later in the game he is more challenging. Some of his fury chains, such as his quadruple shield bash, are almost unavoidable unless blocked by a special gem, a heavy weapon, or by dodging downwards 4 times while using a dual-handed weapon.
Infinity Blade IIIEdit
Thane is seemingly killed by the Worker of Secrets in Infinity Blade II. However, Isa's second boss fight in Infinity Blade III is a QIP Abomination of Thane. At level 50, he is a giant Titan with a grotesque appearance, fought in the Broken Tower. Multiple faces, arms, heads and layers of skin suggest a creature of unnatural origin. As Isa quite comically remarks in the beginning of the fight: "That's just wrong". Here he wields the Rift. The QIP abomination is most likely a failed attempt at creating a Soulless Thane.
Abomination Boss StatsEdit
Thane's QIP abomination is a boss, which signifies that he will always be equipped with a boss Titan perk after level 100.
- The Gelder is available to the player as a dual weapon, but Thane uses it as a light weapon.
- The sword Nahte is an anagram of Thane. Gelder, Thane's weapon, is used to unlock Nahte in The Shrine.
- "Thane" means "Death" in Greek.
|Between Siris and Thane|
First fight - before battle
First fight - after battle
Second fight - before battle
Third fight - before battle
|Primary||Ausar • Isa • Raidriar • Worker of Secrets|
|Secondary||Saydhi • Oslim • Minnoch • Zuorsara • Ryth • The Collector • Soulless Raidriar • Soulless Ausar |
The Deathless Kings: Kuero • Gortoel • Ealoseum
The Pantheon: Ashimar • Therin • Lelindre • Thane