The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

The Infinity Sword (WIP)
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Update: Jun 23 @ 1:57pm

Added a condition to the fear effect caused by the sword's fire enchantment, so now it'll only kick in if the target's health is below 40%.

Update: Jan 17 @ 4:36pm

Added a description to the sword.

Update: Sep 27, 2015 @ 3:14pm

Ver. 2.0

The Infinity Sword has been given a total makeover. The sword now has a completely new mesh and textures and its visual effects have been completely redesigned, so no more flat, poopy gradients! The sword gets a trail effect too for added zing

When you go to get it at the Aetherium Forge, you now get the 2-handed version rather than the 1-handed. This really is how it should've been from the get-go, but I used the 1-hander for whatever reason. This doesn't change the ability to grip-switch the sword at a smelter (though it does mean you may be able to get a second Infinity Sword if you already obtained it)

There's now a size difference between the 1 and 2 handed versions. While it's the same mesh, the 2-handed version is bigger.

The sword's effects have been reworked a bit. With it equipped, you're resistant to fire as before, but fire-based attacks will do less damage now, and also any fire-based attacks *you* perform have a damage boost.

The sword now has a unique effect. Normally when you power attack you spew off a pretty reasonably powerful fireball, but if you get hit by enough fire-based attacks, the sword will supercharge and launch a fire *wave* that's more powerful and covers a larger area with its explosion. Your localized blasts will also be more powerful and cover more ground. After performing the power attack, though, the power level will reset and you'll need to soup it back up again, so use it wisely. Because of this, the normal version of the mod now requires Dragonborn, since the Bloodskal Blade projectile mesh is used.

The sword no longer has a percentage chance to disintegrate. Instead, the sword will disintegrate foes at high power levels, except for dragons. This doesn't reduce the power level. Dwarven constructs are included in this, and when slain will fall into a pool of molten metal. The sword also has a withering effect, Entropic Drain, which drains the target's health and stamina over time. The sword will also explode when striking dragons at high power levels.

Update: Feb 3, 2015 @ 10:08am

Corrected the keyword used on the 2-handed version of the sword; previously it was using the keyword for 1-handed swords.

Update: Jun 8, 2013 @ 2:44pm

Fixed the descriptions on the Volcanic Invigoration effects. Now all of them won't say the same thing.

Tuned down the volume of the sword's rumble idle

The Infinity Sword no longer can have its grip switched at a forge, now it's done at a smelter.

Update: Jun 6, 2013 @ 7:31pm