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The Tesseract

The Tesseract

The Tesseract is a cube which contains an Infinity Stone, representing the fabric of space. If used correctly, the Tesseract can open gateways to any part of the universe and provide interdimensional travel. It is able to perform the following:
-Teleportation: Un ability to teleport anywhere in the known universe. The range is limited only by the imagination of its wielder.
-Power Source: CL1000, it is an unlimited source of energy because it draws cosmic energy from space. As an incredible source of power, it can be used to power objects and artifacts of incredible power. The Tesseract can to power advanced vehicles and weapons including guns, tanks and bombs that vaporized their targets. A single spark can create an Gd explosion to an area.
-Limitation: The Tesseract cannot be held without causing any damage. It melted through steel on contact with Am ability, although it could be held using gloves for a short time, as well as in specialized containment units


The Tesseract (also called the Cube) is a crystalline cube-shaped containment vessel for the Space Stone, one of the six Infinity Stones that predate the universe and possesses unlimited energy. It was used by various ancient civilizations before coming into Asgardian hands, and was kept inside Odin's Vault. Eventually, it was brought to Earth and left it in Tønsberg, where it was guarded by devout Asgardian worshipers.

In 1942, the Tesseract was retrieved by Johann Schmidt, the leader of HYDRA, who used the Tesseract to power enhanced weaponry in order to defeat the Allies during World War II. Following Schmidt's defeat at the hands of Captain America in 1945, the Tesseract fell into Arctic waters, where it was recovered by Howard Stark. After studying the Tesseract, Stark relinquished custody of it to S.H.I.E.L.D., where it remained until it was stolen in 2012 by Loki, the Asgardian God of Mischief, who used the Tesseract to open a wormhole and allow the Chitauri to invade New York City. Following the Battle of New York, the Tesseract was acquired by Loki's brother Thor, who brought the Tesseract back with him to Asgard.

After using the Tesseract to rebuild the Bifrost Bridge, Odin tasked Heimdall, the realm's gatekeeper, with the task of protecting the Tesseract. However, after Loki usurped the throne and disguised himself as Odin, he charged Heimdall with treason, forcing the gatekeeper to flee, while the Tesseract was placed within Odin's vault once more. During the destruction of Asgard, Loki noticed the Tesseract and took it for himself before the vault, along with the planet, were destroyed.