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So, I was doing some Internet surfing the other day, and realized that there are now 8 Infinity Stones (I think they're called Infinity Gems in the comics): Power, Space, Mind, Soul, Reality, Time, Death, and Continuity. Now, I know about the first six (Power, Space, Mind, Soul, Reality, & Time) due to the movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). However, I don't know much about the Death Gem and all I know about the Continuity Gem is that it was apparently revealed in a Deadpool book. Can someone explain to me what these two Gems are and what they do, their purpose?

  • Interesting. Do you have enough information about the two Stones to post as an answer? – Gothamite24 Sep 12 '18 at 22:24
  • Nope. Just googled it. Took me ten seconds – Valorum Sep 12 '18 at 22:25
  • If you could gather just a little bit more info, I would be more than happy to accept as an answer. – Gothamite24 Sep 12 '18 at 22:26
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    @OrangeDog - I look forward to you posting an amazing answer with quotes, references and comic panels :-) – Valorum Sep 13 '18 at 12:42
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The Continuity Stone is an Infinity Stone that could only find place in the Deadpool story arcs. In a certain issue, Deadpool gets his hands on the Continuity Stone, which gives the characters the powers to talk to the comic book writers themselves. The Picture above shows Deadpool engaging in a conversation with the writers. Safe to say we did not see that in Infinity War.

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The death stone was created by the reality stone to trick Thanos, it is not as powerful as the others. The continuity stone allows you to speak directly to people in the real world. It’s origins are a mystery, but probably to be revealed.

  • As has been said on a lot of your answers could you edit in some evidence to back this up? – TheLethalCarrot Aug 25 at 23:45
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    Just to be clear: of your last eight posts, seven have been downvoted and one has been deleted. I appreciate your enthusiasm, but at this rate, you're going to trigger an automated answer ban. Please work on the quality of your answers: better sources, more detailed explanations. This is a friendly warning. It's all I can do. The rest is on you. – F1Krazy Aug 26 at 0:17
  • Are you saying that this is one of those questions? I think it's pretty clear what's being asked – Gothamite24 Aug 27 at 0:09

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