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Chitauri Scepter
General information
Feature films The Avengers
Captain America: The Winter Soldier (cameo)
Guardians of the Galaxy (hologram)
The Avengers: Age of Ultron
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User(s) Loki Laufeyson (Previously)
S.H.I.E.L.D. (Previously)
HYDRA (Previously)
The Avengers (Previously)
Ultron (Previously)
Vision (Currently)
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Chitauri Scepter was used by Loki Laufeyson in the 2012 film The Avengers. It was given to him by Thanos. The staff utilized a yellow Infinity Stone inside the blue gem.

Description

The scepter had a long golden handle and a black fitting which held a yellow stone inside the blue gem encircled with silver blades. It allowed its owner to open rifts through dimensions with the Tesseract as a gate key, fire powerfully destructive blue blasts of energy and bend the wills of others by controlling their hearts. The gem's influence controlled Loki's mind while he wielded it, turning his green eyes blue, which it also did to anyone whose chest he put the tip of the staff to, turning them into a puppet of his. This meant that while the Tesseract through the scepter had a grip on Loki's mind and mainly drove his actions, raising his hatred and desire to do harm higher than what they had been, he still retained his will.

Appearances

The Avengers

Loki used the scepter to brainwash Hawkeye, Dr. Selvig and numerous S.H.I.E.L.D. agents into his followers, turning their eyes crystal blue like his. He could transform it at will from its long, fully-extended appearance to its smaller but equally deadly form the same way he transformed his own appearance with and without his full body armor and cape. He also disguised it as a walking cane when disguising himself amongst humans. The staff also functioned as a spear, being able to violently impale and slash enemies, besting most in combat with ease. It was even strong enough to match Thor's mighty hammer Mjølnir in close-quarters combat.

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

The Scepter later appear in Captain America: The Winter Soldier and is being researched by HYDRA, under the order of Baron Strucker. Strucker also viewed it as such a key component to HYDRA's plans that he decided to allow the authorities to take down HYDRA's cells after they were exposed via data leaks by Fury and Romanov.

Guardians of the Galaxy

The Mind Stone appeared on a video footage as The Collector was giving Star-Lord, Gamora, Rocket Raccoon and Groot the history of the Infinity Stones.

Avengers: Age of Ultron

The Chitauri Scepter first appears in the HYDRA's base in Sokovia, where the Avengers fought to retrieve it. Ultron later stole it and used it in Helen Cho in order that her built a new body for him. With the new body ready, Ultron revealed that the gem was an Infinity Stone.

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The Avengers

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Guardians of the Galaxy

Avengers: Age of Ultron


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