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All 6 LEGO Infinity Stones and What Sets They Appear In (July 2022)

All 6 LEGO Infinity Stones and What Sets They Appear In (July 2022)

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The incredible Marvel franchise has 6 Infinity Stones, each representing a different aspect of the universe: space, mind, reality, power, time, and soul.

The Infinity Stones might only be tiny, but they each wield great strength, and their power is unimaginable when combined.

Just look at how Thanos used them to wipe out half the universe’s population in 2019s Avengers: Endgame! They are some of the most powerful objects in the Marvel universe!

Luckily LEGO has put that immense power in your hands and has released the Infinity Stones in various LEGO sets.

So in this post, we’ll talk you through how to get hold of them all and complete your Infinity Stone collection!

Red Reality LEGO Infinity Stone

Red Reality LEGO Infinity Stone
Red Reality LEGO Infinity Stone

The first of the Infinity Stones we will look at is the reality stone. Its blood-red color can be found in four separate LEGO sets.

In both the 76107 Thanos: Ultimate Battle set and the 76196 Marvel Advent Calendar 2021 set, the reality Infinity stone can be affixed into a golden Infinity Gauntlet at the top of the ring finger.

However, in the 76144 Avengers Hulk Helicopter set we get a red Infinity Gauntlet.

This is a representation of the faux gauntlet that Professor Hulk created to harness the power of the stones if they were to retrieve them all during Avengers: Endgame’s time heist.

Obviously, the red stone doesn’t stand out as much against this version of the gauntlet, but it’s still a fun option.

The 76107 Thanos: Ultimate Battle set has a nice simple-looking stand upon which the gauntlet and the reality stone can be displayed.

There is room for expansion on the gauntlet, should you collect the other LEGO Infinity Stones.

As for the LEGO sets the reality stone is included in, they are all fairly large and expensive.

The cheapest set to find it in is the 76196 Marvel Advent Calendar 2021, which retailed at $39.99 / £24.99.

Unfortunately, the calendar is out of circulation now and can only be bought on the second-hand market.

So the second most affordable set to get the reality Infinity Stone would be the 76144 Avengers Hulk Helicopter, coming in at $59.99 / £54.99.

With 5 Minifigures (including a large Hulk), it’s a worthy set to splash out on if you need to complete your Infinity Stones collection.

Red Reality LEGO Infinity Stone sets
Red Reality LEGO Infinity Stone sets

Statistics

Infinity Stone color: Red
Infinity Stone power: Reality
First on screen appearance: Thor: The Dark World (2013)
Number of sets included in: 4 (76196 Marvel Advent Calendar 2021 / 76144 Avengers Hulk Helicopter Rescue / 76107 Thanos: Ultimate Battle / 76209 Thor’s Hammer)
Number of parts in set: 1 (though 4 individual stones can be separated from the sprue)

Orange Soul LEGO Infinity Stone

Orange Soul LEGO Infinity Stone
Orange Soul LEGO Infinity Stone

The next of the Infinity Stones that we come to is the soul stone. Found in four different LEGO sets, it has an ominous orange hue.

As with the red reality stone, the soul stone can be found in 4 sets – three of which are the same as our previous entry.

The only difference is we’ve dropped the 76107 Thanos: Ultimate Battle set (which includes ONLY the reality stone) and instead replaced it with the 76104 The Hulkbuster Smash-Up set (which includes ONLY the soul stone).

The orange soul stone sits at the top of the small finger when put into place on the LEGO infinity gauntlet.

The cheapest set you’ll find the soul stone in (not including the 76196 Marvel Advent Calendar 2021) is The Hulkbuster Smash-Up set.

It retails for $29.99 / £29.99, so it won’t break the bank. Plus, you get 4 Minifigures AND a giant Hulkbuster mech suit, so it’s even better!

Orange Soul LEGO Infinity Stone sets
Orange Soul LEGO Infinity Stone sets

Statistics

Infinity Stone color: Orange
Infinity Stone power: Soul
First on screen appearance: Avengers: Infinity War (2018)
Number of sets included in: 4 (76196 Marvel Advent Calendar 2021 / 76144 Avengers Hulk Helicopter Rescue / 76104 The Hulkbuster Smash-Up / 76209 Thor’s Hammer)
Number of parts in set: 1 (though 4 individual stones can be separated from the sprue)

Yellow Mind LEGO Infinity Stone

Yellow Mind LEGO Infinity Stone
Yellow Mind LEGO Infinity Stone

The bright yellow mind stone is the next of the Infinity Stones on this list, and it can be found in four different LEGO sets.

We’ve once again got the 76144 Avengers Hulk Helicopter Rescue set back as one of the places you can find this stone.

However, we have a new addition: 76103 Corvus Glaive Thresher Attack set depicting the huge battle in Wakanda in Avengers: Infinity War. Also, this set contains ONLY the yellow mind stone.

As the brightest color Infinity Stone, this sits on the back of the hand.

Despite being a very similar color to the Infinity Gauntlet, it still stands out. It’s far more vibrant than the orange/gold of the gauntlet.

The most affordable set that you’ll find the mind stone in is the 76103 Corvus Glaive Thresher Attack.

At $39.99 / £34.99 it’s a fairly cheap set with some great Minifigures, including Vision himself.

Yellow Mind LEGO Infinity Stone sets
Yellow Mind LEGO Infinity Stone sets

Statistics

Infinity Stone color: Yellow
Infinity Stone power: Mind
First on screen appearance: The Avengers (2012)
Number of sets included in: 4 (76196 Marvel Advent Calendar 2021 / 76144 Avengers Hulk Helicopter Rescue / 76103 Corvus Glaive Thresher Attack / 76209 Thor’s Hammer)
Number of parts in set: 1 (though 4 individual stones can be separated from the sprue)

Green Time LEGO Infinity Stone

Green Time LEGO Infinity Stone
Green Time LEGO Infinity Stone

Found in Dr Strange’s Eye of Agamotto, the green Time Infinity Stone is one of the most mystic stones out there.

Found in 4 different LEGO sets, we get some cool new additions.

The green time stone can be found in the 76196 Marvel Advent Calendar and 76209 Thor’s Hammer sets, but beyond that, they can be located in some exciting new sets.

First up, the 76131 Avengers Compound Battle might be a little pricey, but you get some incredible Minifigures, including two large ones (the Hulk and Thanos).

Secondly, the stone can be found in the 76108 The Sanctum Sanctorum Showdown set. It’s just as expensive, but it’s also just as fantastic.

The time stone is one of the most expensive stones to acquire individually.

Assuming that the Calendar is out of stock everywhere (which it more than likely will be), then each of the three other sets costs $99.99 / £89.99 each.

Green Time LEGO Infinity Stone sets
Green Time LEGO Infinity Stone sets

Statistics

Infinity Stone color: Green
Infinity Stone power: Time
First on screen appearance: Dr Strange (2016)
Number of sets included in: 4 (76196 Marvel Advent Calendar 2021 / 76131 Avengers Compound Battle / 76108 The Sanctum Sanctorum Showdown / 76209 Thor’s Hammer)
Number of parts in set: 1 (though 4 individual stones can be separated from the sprue)

Blue Space LEGO Infinity Stone

Blue Space LEGO Infinity Stone
Blue Space LEGO Infinity Stone

The mind stone is an icy blue Infinity Stone that sits atop the middle finger of the Infinity Gauntlet.

It can be found in not 4 but 5 different LEGO sets, so let’s see your available options.

Of course, there are the 76196 Marvel Advent Calendar 2021 and 76209 Thor’s Hammer sets, and the 76144 Avengers Hulk Helicopter Rescue even makes a reappearance.

It can also be found in the incredible 76166 Avengers Tower Battle set and the pocket-sized 76101 Outrider Dropship Attack.

What we like about this LEGO Infinity Stone is that it is very easy to find!

The Outrider Dropship Attack set will only set you back $14.99 / £11.99, so you don’t need to break the bank to add this stone to your collection.

Overall the LEGO sets that the space stone is included in are pretty varied and exciting, so no matter which you choose, you will get something amazing.

Though personally, we think that 76166 Avengers Tower Battle set is one of the most exciting and dynamic of all the LEGO Marvel sets!

Blue Space LEGO Infinity Stone sets
Blue Space LEGO Infinity Stone sets

Statistics

Infinity Stone color: Blue
Infinity Stone power: Space
First on screen appearance: Thor (2011)
Number of sets included in: 5 (76196 Marvel Advent Calendar 2021 / 76114 Avengers Hulk Helicopter Rescue / 76101 Outrider Dropship Attack / 76166 Avengers Tower Battle / 76209 Thor’s Hammer)
Number of parts in set: 1 (though 4 individual stones can be separated from the sprue)

Purple Power LEGO Infinity Stone

Purple Power LEGO Infinity Stone
Purple Power LEGO Infinity Stone

We come to the final LEGO Infinity Stone, the purple power stone!

This one sits at the top of the index finger. Once again, this one can be found in 5 different sets, so let’s dive in and look at what we have!

The transparent purple of the power stone looks great, even with a chaotic magic glow to it.

The LEGO sets you can find this stone in are exactly the same as the sets for the space stone we just discussed, except for one small change.

Instead of the affordable 76101 Outrider Dropship Attack, we have the 76102 Thor’s Weapon Quest.

Don’t worry, though, it’s not that much more expensive and still by far the cheapest option if you want to get your hands on the power stone!

At only $19.99 / £19.99, it’s still not a set that will cost you the earth.

As we mentioned in the space stone review, the LEGO sets included here are varied and exciting.

You can pay only a small amount and get a great set that contains the power stone, though if you were feeling flush and wanted to splash out, the more expensive sets will not disappoint!

Purple Power LEGO Infinity Stone sets
Purple Power LEGO Infinity Stone sets

Statistics

Infinity Stone color: Purple
Infinity Stone power: Power
First on screen appearance: Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)
Number of sets included in: 5 (76196 Marvel Advent Calendar 2021 / 76131 Avengers Compound Battle / 76102 Thor’s Weapon Quest / 76166 Avengers Tower Battle / 76209 Thor’s Hammer)
Number of parts in set: 1 (though 4 individual stones can be separated from the sprue)

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Finding the LEGO Infinity Stones at a Glance

SetRedOrangeYellowGreenBluePurple
Marvel Advent Calendar 2021
Avengers Compound Battle
Avengers Hulk Helicopter Rescue
Avengers Tower Battle
Corvus Glaive Thresher Attack
Outrider Dropship Attack
Thanos: Ultimate Battle
The Hulkbuster Smash-Up
The Sanctum Sanctorum Showdown
Thor’s Hammer
Thor’s Weapon Quest

Infinity Stones Collecting Options

If you want to collect all 6 Infinity Stones, you must pick up either the 76196 Marvel Advent Calendar 2021 set or the 76209 Thor’s Hammer set. That’s the quick and cheap option!

But where’s the fun in that?! What if you want to collect them individually, in different sets?

Well, we have two options. Both contain multiple LEGO sets where you can find all of the Infinity Stones without duplicates.

Option #1

Red Reality Stone – Thanos: Ultimate Battle
Orange Soul Stone – The Hulkbuster Smash-Up
Yellow Mind Stone – Corvus Glaive Thresher Attack
Green Time Stone – The Sanctum Sanctorum Showdown
Blue Space Stone – Outrider Dropship Attack
Purple Power Stone – Thor’s Weapon Quest

This combination would set you back $274.94 / £256.94 if picked up at retail price.

Option #2

Red Reality / Orange Soul / Yellow Mind / Blue Space – Avengers Hulk Helicopter Rescue
Green Time / Purple Power – Avengers Compound Battle

This combination would set you back $159.98 / £144.98 if picked up at retail price.

As you can see, option 2 is the most cost-effective, though you really do get some cool LEGO sets and fantastic Minifigures with option 1.

It all depends on what you want to add to your LEGO collection!

Infinity Stones order

We noticed that a lot of people struggle with the order in which the Infinity Stones sit into the gauntlet, so we’re here with a quick handy guide. Pun intended!

First off, you need to remember that the golden LEGO Infinity Gauntlet goes in the LEFT hand of the Minifigure.

Orange Soul Stone – the leftmost stone, at the top of the little finger.
Red Reality Stone – the second stone from the left, at the top of the ring finger.
Blue Space Stone – the second stone from the right, at the top of the middle finger.
Purple Power Stone – The rightmost stone, at the top of the index finger.
Green Time Stone – Worn on the side at the top of the thumb
Yellow Mind Stone – Sits at the center of the back of the hand.

For the red gauntlet found in the 76144 Avengers Hulk Helicopter Rescue set, it goes on the RIGHT hand and the order is reversed (with the power stone being the leftmost stone, and the soul stone being the rightmost one).

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Final Thoughts

We love the infinity stones and love the idea of being able to collect all 6 of them.

They are all brightly colored, and the transparency of each provides a glow that you wouldn’t normally get from opaque LEGO bricks.

The LEGO sets they are all contained in are varied and exciting, depicting scenes and set pieces from across the Marvel franchise.

There is some definite crossover when it comes to which sets have which Infinity Stones, but overall they shouldn’t be too difficult to collect.

We bet Thanos wished it was this easy!

Anyway, now it’s over to you! What do you think of the Infinity Stones and the LEGO sets that they are included in?

Do you have a favorite? Be sure to let us know in the comments section down below!