One of six Infinity Gems that grant its user control over reality. According to the most commonly accepted origin story the six gems were once part of an all-powerful being who committed suicide out of loneliness. Its power survived and manifested as six gems.
The Reality Gem allows its user to alter reality to what one wants or break the laws of reality and logic such as making 2 + 2 = 5. Minor uses allow one to resurrect the dead, distort reality around someone so it is incomprehensible, or other things that would normally be impossible. More powerful uses allow one to create any type of alternate reality one wishes. At its peak when backed by the other gems it allows one to alter reality on a universal scale.
In a flipped reality, where superheroes are supervillains and vise versa, Iron Man gets a strange vision after battling the Squadron Supreme. He and the "evil" versions of the other Avengers discover that the Squadron Supreme have the Reality Infinity Gem, and have used it to change the world in their image. The Avengers manage to return reality back to normal.
- Without the sensory input and balancing influence of at least the Space and Time Gems, the Reality Gem is considered exceptionally dangerous to use on anything but a small scale due to the radical nature of its powers.
- In a recent interview, president of Marvel Studios Kevin Feige stated that the only Infinity Stones not already accounted for in the Marvel Cinematic Universe are the Time and Soul Stones. As the Infinity Stones inside the Tesseract and the Orb are respectively the Space and Power Stones, and the Mind Stone is referred to by name,, that would leave the Aether as the Reality Stone.
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- 82 Appearances of Reality Gem
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Links and References
- ↑ New Avengers Vol 3 #3
- ↑ Marvel's Avengers Assemble Season 2 9
- ↑ Bibbiani, William (1 May 2015). Exclusive Interview: Kevin Feige on The Infinity Stones, Civil War and More. Crave Online. Retrieved on 12 June 2015.
- ↑ Bibbiani, William (8 November 2013). Exclusive Interview: Kevin Feige on Thor and Marvel's Future. Crave Online. Retrieved on 12 June 2015.
- ↑ Gunn, James (3 August 2014). "@sensmile11: @JamesGunn Are you allowed revealing which infinity stone was used? Loved the movie, you nailed it" Power stone.. Retrieved on 12 June 2015.
- ↑ Avengers: Age of Ultron