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Infinity Blade 2 Money Guide

Updated on June 22, 2016

Tips for Getting Gold Faster

Infinity Blade II is a fun iOS game that lets you vanquish villains for loot and more loot glory. And then it makes you spend the loot to upgrade your hero gear.

So here's my ten tips for raking in the gold in IB2 as efficiently as possible.

More importantly, I've created a walkthrough with screencaps showing you treasure locations, including dozens of hidden ones that you may not have found.

Finally, I'll share a few vids of a game glitch/cheat that gives easy money, assuming you have faster reflexes than I do. But boo on game glitches! Let's get gold the awesome way, by playing the frickin' game.

General Infinity Blade II Money Tips - (Good thing you have a bag of holding for all that gold)

  1. TOP TIP: Click on obstacles like rocks to pick up gold hidden behind them. Also check shadows.

    For example, there's always two moneybags under the far end of this bridge, but one (magenta) is invisible.

    You can vastly increase your money haul by checking concealed hotspots.

  2. Before you finish a Rebirth -- when you're about to fight a Blood Sentinel or whoever's at the top of the tower -- buy up to four keys of each type, starting with the most expensive you can afford and working your way down.

    After each Rebirth, the prices of keys and the value of treasure chest contents rise, so this lets you keep ahead of inflation.

    Leave one empty key slot, because it sucks to find a key when you're already maxed out with five.

  3. Master gem forging. Try to have the Gem Forge working whenever possible (or at least when you quit playing for the day). Notice which gems you use often; forge the rest into strong gems and sell them for big profits. For example:

    See Proph's Master Gem List for the maximum that each gem can be forged (e.g. Gold+ gems are capped at 37%) and its sales price.

    I don't buy many gems from the store -- apart from gold-boosting gems and the ingredients I needed for one Rainbow Gem (see below) -- instead, I save money and mostly stick to the gems I find along the way.

    There's one thing to keep in mind with gems you use: it costs gold to remove a gem from an equipment slot, which you have to do before selling mastered equipment or transferring the gem to new equipment. So sometimes I'll just use new gems I've found/forged for the next equipment I pick up, rather than paying "Gem Recovery" fees again and again to keep transferring my favorite gems to new weapons.

    (The fee varies by the power/scarcity of the gem...)

  4. Keep/exploit Perk Drop Gems, especially "Drop Gold."These increase the chances of that kind of thing (gold, gems, weapons, items) appearing. If a drop is useful, it's one less thing you'll need to buy; if not, it's one more thing you can sell.

    Forge together 3 gems of the same type to create a more powerful one of that type. Gold Perk Drop gems may be forged up to 400%. The other Perk Drops may be forged up to 525%.

    Many types of equipment have diamond-shaped slots for Perk Drop gems, so you can "stack" them and boost your chances of treasure quite a bit.

  5. Collect and forge up at least one Gold+ Gem (yellow hexagon-shaped). These increase the amount of gold in each drop (end of battle, inside a chest, random moneybags found along the way).

    Gold+ gems are capped at 37%, and armor only has one hexagon-shaped slot, so once you've forged a 37% Gold+ gem, you can sell extras for a decent amount of gold.

  6. Forge a Rainbow / Rare Defense gem. (See FAQ). This gem protects you from elemental attacks (fire, ice, water, wind, poison, dark, light). Hang onto or buy one each of defense gems for fire, ice, water, wind, and poison: you will need them as raw materials to forge the Rainbow Gem.

    Once you've got a Rainbow gem, you'll take a lot less damage, so you won't burn through healing potions and will survive battles more easily even when using non-healing rings. More importantly, if you were like me, collecting several shields with different elemental protections to face different foes, you can sell all of them.

  7. Now and then you'll find gems that give you extra gold for scratches, slashes, stabs or combos.

    They can be forged with other gems of the same kind to build up to 125 gold per slash/stab/scratch, but even then, they're not all that efficient at building up gold quickly. So you may prefer other gems in those slots.

  8. I stopped using gems that cause Siris to gain XP faster. The problem is, the faster he gains XP, the sooner he needs more gold in order to replace equipment he's mastered. Why not earn more money and get more treasures -- maybe even weapon / armor drops? -- before maxing out current equipment?
  9. Sell weapons and armor after you've mastered them, unless...

    (a) they're used in sidequests (i.e. the Vile Armor, Widow Shriek, Noble or Infinity Blade).

    (b) they're the most powerful item you have in that class/type,

    (c) they have extra-handy gem slots (I love gear with several diamond slots for Perk Drop Gems.)

    (d) the cost of Gem Recovery (removal) exceeds the profit of selling the equipment. Then you have to decide whether the gem's continued usefulness outweighs the cost. (You can always change your mind and sell it later).

    (d) it's your last healing ring.

  10. There are ways to back up if monster difficulty or key costs are outstripping your skills or gold supply.

    You can Restart the Last Rebirth after Siris is killed by a regular monster (not a boss like the Blood Sentinels), or by clicking the Infinity Blade icon at the top of the screen, then the Settings gear icon at right...

    ...then scrolling down to "LAST REBIRTH."

    Why do this? Supplies cost less in earlier Rebirths (although chests and drops also yield less). I've been known to reach for the LAST REBIRTH option, when I realize I need to restock my keys. This restart doesn't "reanimate" any of the bosses you may have killed; it just lowers costs and Titan stats slightly. Also, I think there's a higher frequency of treasure spawns in the earlier rebirths, although since each moneybag holds less, it may not help much.

    In Settings, you can also Restart at Rebirth 1, which lets you keep all gold, XP and items and go back to the days of cheap keys (and drops). This also resets the three seals and respawns all bosses. You replay the prologue, at the end of which your inventory is restocked with the cheapest sword, shield, helm, armor and ring (but their resale value is about 500 combined, so this isn't an effective gold farming method). Late in the game, Restart at Level 1 can be a valuable way to farm money: the first time you defeat Ryth, he drops a +400 Fire Gem worth 500,000 gold, so once you've acquired the weapon that unlocks him, keep restarting, playing up through the first Ryth battle, pocketing his Fire Gem, and restarting at Level 1 again.

    Once you've fought all three Blood Sentinels guarding all 3 seals, you proceed to the endgame. Afterwards, the game cycles back to the beginning and starts from the prologue, except that Sirus' Rebirth is what it was for the endgame. Siris will have the same items (except spare potions) and levels he finished with, and all the bosses have reset. You can defeat them again and get XP and nice drops from them. HOWEVER, bosses that dropped unique weapons/armor like "Vile Shield" won't drop them again. If you've sold those items, you can buy them back (at a steep price) by going to that weapons class in the store and clicking the ALL button.

Infinity Blade Money Walkthrough - Here's my ugly diagram of Infinity Blade Rooms...

Infinty Blade II Map
Infinty Blade II Map

In the following slideshows, I've mapped all possible hotspots by Photoshopping together multiple screencaps of each location. You won't see a treasure spawn at every one of those spots during every Rebirth (although lots of maxed-out Perk Drop Gems in your gear will help).

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RED: treasures you can pick up when Siris is standing still. Pan the camera around and check those locations. (These may also appear in cutscenes, but they're usually easier to pick up when Siris isn't moving.)

ORANGE: treasures that are only visible during a cutscene, when Siris is walking from one place to another. For these, you'll only have a second or two to pick them up. So, if you're following my walkthrough while playing, before you move Siris ahead, check the upcoming cutscene in my notes to see if there's any treasures marked orange. Then you'll be ready to grab them if they're there.

MAGENTA: invisible treasures! Either they're hidden in deep shadow, or they're behind something. Click a few times in that general spot to see if one is there. (They may be revealed in a different screencap / vantage point, or they may be visible briefly during a cutscene). Note that there may be two hidden treasures, one in front of the other, depending on where Siris is standing, so tap the same spot a few times.

Tip: YOU CAN PAUSE THE GAME! While playing, you can click the sword-on-shield icon at the top of the screen to pause. While using my walkthrough, pause as you leave a room so that you can read up on the next section.

Start of Walkthrough - Treasure Spawn Spots: 10 + 1 Unlocked Chest

Infinity Blade II Start Screen
Infinity Blade II Start Screen

When you've been playing for a while, it's tempting to fast forward to the first fight. Hang on! There's one or two treasure spawning spots even before the "Rebirth X" screen appears.

I'll be referring to "moneybags" a lot in this walkthrough, but of course, sometimes they're replaced by potions or keys. The more Perk Drop Gems you have, the more likely that gold or keys/potions will appear at each location.

Keys are often really hard to see, so it's a good idea to poke every hotspot just in case.

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Start: Treasure Locations Slideshow - Click for full-sized pics plus notes

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Right after "X months/years later," the camera cuts to this view. Pan up to nab the top bag (if it's there). You can't turn around to get these later.After Siris stops moving, pan right and check these three spots. Notice how camouflaged the key is, even in bright daylight quite close to you.While the Titan (any enemy but a boss) waits patiently, pan left. If you can't find the hidden one, it'll be visible as Siris is leaving.Before leaving, pan around to double-check for missed treasure, and open the chest the Titan was blocking. Then go right / down.As Siris leaves and heads downhill, you'll have a second or two to grab the bag that was hidden before. (Oops, I forgot to grab that potion earlier.)
Right after "X months/years later," the camera cuts to this view. Pan up to nab the top bag (if it's there). You can't turn around to get these later.
Right after "X months/years later," the camera cuts to this view. Pan up to nab the top bag (if it's there). You can't turn around to get these later.
After Siris stops moving, pan right and check these three spots. Notice how camouflaged the key is, even in bright daylight quite close to you.
After Siris stops moving, pan right and check these three spots. Notice how camouflaged the key is, even in bright daylight quite close to you.
While the Titan (any enemy but a boss) waits patiently, pan left. If you can't find the hidden one, it'll be visible as Siris is leaving.
While the Titan (any enemy but a boss) waits patiently, pan left. If you can't find the hidden one, it'll be visible as Siris is leaving.
Before leaving, pan around to double-check for missed treasure, and open the chest the Titan was blocking. Then go right / down.
Before leaving, pan around to double-check for missed treasure, and open the chest the Titan was blocking. Then go right / down.
As Siris leaves and heads downhill, you'll have a second or two to grab the bag that was hidden before. (Oops, I forgot to grab that potion earlier.)
As Siris leaves and heads downhill, you'll have a second or two to grab the bag that was hidden before. (Oops, I forgot to grab that potion earlier.)

The Marsh / Base of the Dam - Maximum Moneybags: 25 + 1 Unlocked Chest

The Marsh
The Marsh

The Marsh was added to Infinity Blade II by the "Vault of Tears" update, and it's blocked off on your first run through. (The first time through, you'll head straight to the Tower entrance, the next section.) The Marsh becomes accessible after Siris deals with what's waiting at the top of the tower.

I'm still not sure I've found all the treasures down here -- there's so many!

Moneybags in the marsh are usually quite visible, but a few are concealed behind low rocks scattered nearby.

Also, as usual, there's a few money bags that only appear during the cutscene as Siris walks into the area.

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The Marsh: Treasure Locations / Guide - It's worth coming down here every time!

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As Siris enters the Marsh, this very visible moneybag is sometimes poking up through the grass. Nab it quick: you only see this view for a moment.The ones on the right (Siris' left) are not reachable once he stops walking; grab them now. The red one can be reached by panning after he halts.Once Siris stops, pan right. Only one or two of these will show up in any given playthrough; I've compiled several screencaps. Note the sneaky one!Now pan all the way left. Again, I've composited several screencaps; you won't see all of these on the same run.Eyes to front. The bags hiding in the shadows of these two rocks are hard to spot, since they're half behind the rocks. Also, that arrow points to......this one, which is invisible unless you pan the camera all the way down. It's not always there, but when it is, it's easy to miss.Now fight the Titan and open the free treasure chest. Those two bags are visible from other vantage points, so don't worry if you miss them here.Now you'll have two choices, go left (and fight that boss if you haven't defeated it) or right. Either could have treasure, so pick one.If you go left towards the treestump, stop and look around; you might get lucky and spot this next to you.If you go right towards the base of that tall statue with the lady holding a sword, watch for this bag: I haven't spotted it from any other angle.There's something interesting at the base of the statue, but first, turn around and check these treasure spawning spots.Now check the statue base. Remember, you can pick things up even if they're behind something, such as that raised wall.The two moneybags in the last shot are more visible if you step up to the Infinity Blade socket (but I haven't managed to screencap the left one.)
As Siris enters the Marsh, this very visible moneybag is sometimes poking up through the grass. Nab it quick: you only see this view for a moment.
As Siris enters the Marsh, this very visible moneybag is sometimes poking up through the grass. Nab it quick: you only see this view for a moment.
The ones on the right (Siris' left) are not reachable once he stops walking; grab them now. The red one can be reached by panning after he halts.
The ones on the right (Siris' left) are not reachable once he stops walking; grab them now. The red one can be reached by panning after he halts.
Once Siris stops, pan right. Only one or two of these will show up in any given playthrough; I've compiled several screencaps. Note the sneaky one!
Once Siris stops, pan right. Only one or two of these will show up in any given playthrough; I've compiled several screencaps. Note the sneaky one!
Now pan all the way left. Again, I've composited several screencaps; you won't see all of these on the same run.
Now pan all the way left. Again, I've composited several screencaps; you won't see all of these on the same run.
Eyes to front. The bags hiding in the shadows of these two rocks are hard to spot, since they're half behind the rocks. Also, that arrow points to...
Eyes to front. The bags hiding in the shadows of these two rocks are hard to spot, since they're half behind the rocks. Also, that arrow points to...
...this one, which is invisible unless you pan the camera all the way down. It's not always there, but when it is, it's easy to miss.
...this one, which is invisible unless you pan the camera all the way down. It's not always there, but when it is, it's easy to miss.
Now fight the Titan and open the free treasure chest. Those two bags are visible from other vantage points, so don't worry if you miss them here.
Now fight the Titan and open the free treasure chest. Those two bags are visible from other vantage points, so don't worry if you miss them here.
Now you'll have two choices, go left (and fight that boss if you haven't defeated it) or right. Either could have treasure, so pick one.
Now you'll have two choices, go left (and fight that boss if you haven't defeated it) or right. Either could have treasure, so pick one.
If you go left towards the treestump, stop and look around; you might get lucky and spot this next to you.
If you go left towards the treestump, stop and look around; you might get lucky and spot this next to you.
If you go right towards the base of that tall statue with the lady holding a sword, watch for this bag: I haven't spotted it from any other angle.
If you go right towards the base of that tall statue with the lady holding a sword, watch for this bag: I haven't spotted it from any other angle.
There's something interesting at the base of the statue, but first, turn around and check these treasure spawning spots.
There's something interesting at the base of the statue, but first, turn around and check these treasure spawning spots.
Now check the statue base. Remember, you can pick things up even if they're behind something, such as that raised wall.
Now check the statue base. Remember, you can pick things up even if they're behind something, such as that raised wall.
The two moneybags in the last shot are more visible if you step up to the Infinity Blade socket (but I haven't managed to screencap the left one.)
The two moneybags in the last shot are more visible if you step up to the Infinity Blade socket (but I haven't managed to screencap the left one.)

Front Entrance of Tower - Treasure: 12 Spawn Locations + 1 Unlocked Chest, 1 "Small Key" Chest

Saranthia Dam Entrance
Saranthia Dam Entrance

Once you've finished puttering around the base of that statue (or investigating a treestump), that's all there is to the Marsh; climb up to rejoin the main path.

You're standing on a ruined dam in front of the Tower, where a friendly (not) Titan will greet you. There's more treasure here than you'd think, thanks to concealing rocks, tufts of grass and broken wall bits.

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Front Entrance: Treasure Locations

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If you didn't grab them during the cutscene, you can get these three before or after fighting the Titan. Click far left to get the one just offscreen.After the fight, walk forward. Be ready to snatch: these two treasures are ONLY visible during the cutscene.Now look around. There's two chests-- one needs a Small Key-- and up to four treasures. Moneybags and keys (leftmost spot) are well camouflaged here.There's a few more moneybags hidden by that wall on the right. When you start to enter the castle, this treasure may be just barely visible......but is easier to see a second later, when the camera view switches around. Even once you pick it up......I sometimes get a second treasure clicking around the grass where that key is. (The right-hand bag you probably picked up 3 screencaps ago).
If you didn't grab them during the cutscene, you can get these three before or after fighting the Titan. Click far left to get the one just offscreen.
If you didn't grab them during the cutscene, you can get these three before or after fighting the Titan. Click far left to get the one just offscreen.
After the fight, walk forward. Be ready to snatch: these two treasures are ONLY visible during the cutscene.
After the fight, walk forward. Be ready to snatch: these two treasures are ONLY visible during the cutscene.
Now look around. There's two chests-- one needs a Small Key-- and up to four treasures. Moneybags and keys (leftmost spot) are well camouflaged here.
Now look around. There's two chests-- one needs a Small Key-- and up to four treasures. Moneybags and keys (leftmost spot) are well camouflaged here.
There's a few more moneybags hidden by that wall on the right. When you start to enter the castle, this treasure may be just barely visible...
There's a few more moneybags hidden by that wall on the right. When you start to enter the castle, this treasure may be just barely visible...
...but is easier to see a second later, when the camera view switches around. Even once you pick it up...
...but is easier to see a second later, when the camera view switches around. Even once you pick it up...
...I sometimes get a second treasure clicking around the grass where that key is. (The right-hand bag you probably picked up 3 screencaps ago).
...I sometimes get a second treasure clicking around the grass where that key is. (The right-hand bag you probably picked up 3 screencaps ago).

The Brazier Hallway - Maximum Treasures: 5 + 1 "Medium Key" Chest

Entrance to Sarantha Tower
Entrance to Sarantha Tower

I almost grouped these with the last slideshow, because that "entering the Tower" cutscene keeps going into this hallway.

So be ready to grab the treasure on the right as you step inside.

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Brazier Hallway Treasures - Just a few in here

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As you enter, reach first for the orange one. You can reach the others by panning after Siris halts, but the one in the brazier is all but invisible.A Titan drops down. This bag is also visible in another cutscene as you're moving around the next area, but it's easiest to pick it up here.Once Siris stops moving, you can turn around to pick up the two you might've missed. Then click here. Unless it's a potion, it'll be very hard to see.Unlock the "Medium Key" chest after fighting the Titan, then go ahead. You can grab this bag while moving, or after you exit the hallway and reach...
As you enter, reach first for the orange one. You can reach the others by panning after Siris halts, but the one in the brazier is all but invisible.
As you enter, reach first for the orange one. You can reach the others by panning after Siris halts, but the one in the brazier is all but invisible.
A Titan drops down. This bag is also visible in another cutscene as you're moving around the next area, but it's easiest to pick it up here.
A Titan drops down. This bag is also visible in another cutscene as you're moving around the next area, but it's easiest to pick it up here.
Once Siris stops moving, you can turn around to pick up the two you might've missed. Then click here. Unless it's a potion, it'll be very hard to see.
Once Siris stops moving, you can turn around to pick up the two you might've missed. Then click here. Unless it's a potion, it'll be very hard to see.
Unlock the "Medium Key" chest after fighting the Titan, then go ahead. You can grab this bag while moving, or after you exit the hallway and reach...
Unlock the "Medium Key" chest after fighting the Titan, then go ahead. You can grab this bag while moving, or after you exit the hallway and reach...

The Dragonslayer Fountain Courtyard - Maximum Treasure: 12 + 1 Unlocked Chest

You'll now be in a round courtyard with a fountain and three staircases: one facing you on the far side of the fountain, one left, and one right.

The right-hand one leads to a dead end with a treasure chest, a moneybag, and a Titan to fight. Go there first.

Then you must choose: (A) left to the Arena and Underground areas, or (B) straight ahead towards the Clock Hallway and Archivist's hall? The divergent paths join up again on a balcony near the top of the tower.

But before we go anywhere, let's grab all the loot here.

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Money In / Around the Courtyard - Some items may be hidden behind the statue

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During the cutscene into the courtyard, you get a brief glimpse of one or two treasures behind the fighter statue's fluttering cloak. Grab them now.If you miss them during the cutscene, poke around the fighter's foot. There may also be bags hidden behind his hand, spear, or the dragon's tail.Pan left and right to collect any remaining moneybags sitting on the ends of the staircase bannisters......as well as the treasure hotspots in the middle of that curving back wall, one on the left, one of the right side of the courtyard.Always visit the staircase on the right side of the courtyard, leading to a dead end with an easy-to-spot moneybag, chest, and random encounter.Usually I head left to the Arena. But if you go straight up the main stairs, there may be a bag at the top, which was behind the fighter's hand......one bag on the left curb (which was hidden by the back end of the spear from the front),and/or one on the right, which was the treasure concealed from the front by the end of the dragon's tail.
During the cutscene into the courtyard, you get a brief glimpse of one or two treasures behind the fighter statue's fluttering cloak. Grab them now.
During the cutscene into the courtyard, you get a brief glimpse of one or two treasures behind the fighter statue's fluttering cloak. Grab them now.
If you miss them during the cutscene, poke around the fighter's foot. There may also be bags hidden behind his hand, spear, or the dragon's tail.
If you miss them during the cutscene, poke around the fighter's foot. There may also be bags hidden behind his hand, spear, or the dragon's tail.
Pan left and right to collect any remaining moneybags sitting on the ends of the staircase bannisters...
Pan left and right to collect any remaining moneybags sitting on the ends of the staircase bannisters...
...as well as the treasure hotspots in the middle of that curving back wall, one on the left, one of the right side of the courtyard.
...as well as the treasure hotspots in the middle of that curving back wall, one on the left, one of the right side of the courtyard.
Always visit the staircase on the right side of the courtyard, leading to a dead end with an easy-to-spot moneybag, chest, and random encounter.
Always visit the staircase on the right side of the courtyard, leading to a dead end with an easy-to-spot moneybag, chest, and random encounter.
Usually I head left to the Arena. But if you go straight up the main stairs, there may be a bag at the top, which was behind the fighter's hand...
Usually I head left to the Arena. But if you go straight up the main stairs, there may be a bag at the top, which was behind the fighter's hand...
...one bag on the left curb (which was hidden by the back end of the spear from the front),
...one bag on the left curb (which was hidden by the back end of the spear from the front),
and/or one on the right, which was the treasure concealed from the front by the end of the dragon's tail.
and/or one on the right, which was the treasure concealed from the front by the end of the dragon's tail.

The Arena - Maximum Treasure: 14 + 1 Unlocked Chest

Ah, the arena, where money really does grow on trees.

Once you've kitted out your armor with Gold Perk Drop Gems, you'll quickly grow to love all the moneybags cropping up at the top and bottom of nearly every stadium section.

There's up to three gold bags down around the perimeter of the arena floorpit; they're sometimes easier to spot from above.

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The Arena: a Gold-lover's Bonanza - Click thumbnails for full-sized plus notes

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As Siris enters the arena, a cutscene ensues. You can actually pick up the ones marked orange later, but this is the only time they're visible.If you missed it during the cutscene, pan right as far as you can and explore that lower righthand corner. Then open the chest, grab the bags in view.That bag that was on the bleachers just to the right of Siris in the cutscene is hidden once the scene ends, but you can find it by poking the grass.Fight the Titan, double check that you haven't missed anything up here, then jump down into the arena. Pan right and check for this hard-to-spot bag.Sometimes there's a moneybag to the right of the behemoth's gate. Also, there's sometimes INVISIBLE money hidden among those boards.You can wait and grab the bag among the boards after the second Titan fight, a better camera angle.I usually don't climb the tree, because it bypasses the Underground area, including two Small Key boxes and a Large Key box. But if I'm low on keys......I climb up to say hello to Gargap. Who is dozing in a nest of TWENTY BAGS OF GOLD.
As Siris enters the arena, a cutscene ensues. You can actually pick up the ones marked orange later, but this is the only time they're visible.
As Siris enters the arena, a cutscene ensues. You can actually pick up the ones marked orange later, but this is the only time they're visible.
If you missed it during the cutscene, pan right as far as you can and explore that lower righthand corner. Then open the chest, grab the bags in view.
If you missed it during the cutscene, pan right as far as you can and explore that lower righthand corner. Then open the chest, grab the bags in view.
That bag that was on the bleachers just to the right of Siris in the cutscene is hidden once the scene ends, but you can find it by poking the grass.
That bag that was on the bleachers just to the right of Siris in the cutscene is hidden once the scene ends, but you can find it by poking the grass.
Fight the Titan, double check that you haven't missed anything up here, then jump down into the arena. Pan right and check for this hard-to-spot bag.
Fight the Titan, double check that you haven't missed anything up here, then jump down into the arena. Pan right and check for this hard-to-spot bag.
Sometimes there's a moneybag to the right of the behemoth's gate. Also, there's sometimes INVISIBLE money hidden among those boards.
Sometimes there's a moneybag to the right of the behemoth's gate. Also, there's sometimes INVISIBLE money hidden among those boards.
You can wait and grab the bag among the boards after the second Titan fight, a better camera angle.
You can wait and grab the bag among the boards after the second Titan fight, a better camera angle.
I usually don't climb the tree, because it bypasses the Underground area, including two Small Key boxes and a Large Key box. But if I'm low on keys...
I usually don't climb the tree, because it bypasses the Underground area, including two Small Key boxes and a Large Key box. But if I'm low on keys...
...I climb up to say hello to Gargap. Who is dozing in a nest of TWENTY BAGS OF GOLD.
...I climb up to say hello to Gargap. Who is dozing in a nest of TWENTY BAGS OF GOLD.

Gargap's Tree - Treasure: ~20 Moneybags

Gargap's Tree
Gargap's Tree

If you're new to Infinity Blade II, you may wonder why my screenshots show a big honking tree in the Arena.

It grows there. By Siris' seventh (?) Rebirth, the tree becomes big enough to climb.

You'll have the option of climbing it once you've defeated the first Titan in the bottom of the arena that attacks you (the four-legged monstrosity). However, I recommend waiting until after fighting the second Arena Titan: no point in missing XP and drops.

Climbing the Tree lands you in a golden hoard guarded by a boss, but bypasses the Underground route, with its Seal, "Large Key" treasure chest, two "Small Key" treasure chests, and two ordinary Titan battles.

So, if you don't have any Large Keys and/or are running out of Small Keys and money, I recommend climbing the Tree. More often, I take the Underground route, with more chances of weapons, armor, and gems from chests and end-of-battle drops.

Of course, you should climb the tree at least once to meet its inhabitant.

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Gargap's Tree: Quick Walkthrough

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Reach for the bag on the left first (it's hard to see), since the rest of the money can be collected when the cutscene's over.Say hello to Gargap, dozing in a nest of TWENTY moneybags. He'll wake up while you're collecting them, but you keep them even if he kills you.If you survive the battle, you'll be able to collect any you missed at your leisure. Pan far left and right to make sure you've found them all.Then click the exit hotspot. To make sure you're paying attention, there's one more moneybag that ONLY appears during this cutscene as Siris leaves.You'll wind up on the balcony. That treasure on the near side of the stairs may be reachable once the cutscene ends, but it's only visible now.After fighting that Titan, open the "Medium Key" treasure chest and pick up visible and hidden treasures before leaving this spot.Also, if you pan all the way right and down, you'll be able to pick up these two treasures if they've spawned.
Reach for the bag on the left first (it's hard to see), since the rest of the money can be collected when the cutscene's over.
Reach for the bag on the left first (it's hard to see), since the rest of the money can be collected when the cutscene's over.
Say hello to Gargap, dozing in a nest of TWENTY moneybags. He'll wake up while you're collecting them, but you keep them even if he kills you.
Say hello to Gargap, dozing in a nest of TWENTY moneybags. He'll wake up while you're collecting them, but you keep them even if he kills you.
If you survive the battle, you'll be able to collect any you missed at your leisure. Pan far left and right to make sure you've found them all.
If you survive the battle, you'll be able to collect any you missed at your leisure. Pan far left and right to make sure you've found them all.
Then click the exit hotspot. To make sure you're paying attention, there's one more moneybag that ONLY appears during this cutscene as Siris leaves.
Then click the exit hotspot. To make sure you're paying attention, there's one more moneybag that ONLY appears during this cutscene as Siris leaves.
You'll wind up on the balcony. That treasure on the near side of the stairs may be reachable once the cutscene ends, but it's only visible now.
You'll wind up on the balcony. That treasure on the near side of the stairs may be reachable once the cutscene ends, but it's only visible now.
After fighting that Titan, open the "Medium Key" treasure chest and pick up visible and hidden treasures before leaving this spot.
After fighting that Titan, open the "Medium Key" treasure chest and pick up visible and hidden treasures before leaving this spot.
Also, if you pan all the way right and down, you'll be able to pick up these two treasures if they've spawned.
Also, if you pan all the way right and down, you'll be able to pick up these two treasures if they've spawned.

The Underground Cavern - Maximum Treasure: 20 + 2 "Small Key" Chests, 1 "Large Key" Chest

Let's back up. Climbing Gargap's Tree from the Arena nets you a large pile of gold, to be sure. But in doing so, you miss the Underground Cavern.

The Cavern route has a Large Key chest (you'll come to treasure these later on), two Small Key chests, enough money bags that you won't miss the tree-stash much, and more foes to fight, which means more drops.

There's also the Seal on the far side of the bridge, with its usual boss battle. You can avoid this boss by hopping down from the bridge after fighting the guy on the bridge.

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Underground Cavern Guided Tour - Click thumbs for screencaps & notes

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During the cutscene as Siris is entering the cavern, click on both urns. One moneybag's visible, the other two spawn locations hidden behind the urns.There are always 2 moneybags under the bridge, but one is in shadow. There's another hidden spawn spot behind the Titan. (See 2 screencaps ahead.)Open the Large Key chest before fighting anybody. You'll have another chance to pick up the treasures below if you miss them here.As the "chest opening" animation ends, you'll also get a glimpse of the two bags that were marked in magenta on the far end of the bridge, above.If you've defeated the Seal's guardian (Blood Sentinel), check out the Seal area before jumping off the bridge. There's often a bag by the steps......as well as a treasure spawn location at the foot of this broken urn. This one's easy to see if it's a potion, nearly impossible if it's gold.There's sometimes a money bag to the right of the Seal altar. Once you've checked it, there's nothing else to see here, so go ahead and jump down......watching for this bag, if you didn't get it earlier while opening the "Large Key" chest.Here's the other ground floor treasure that was visible while opening the LK chest above. This one is accessible after Siris halts by panning right.Before fighting the critter down here, unlock the "Small Key" box, then nab these two bags, which are ALWAYS here, but hard to see.After fighting the turtle monster, leave the cavern. Up to five money bags are visible during the mountain trail cutscene......three of which are fairly easy to grab when the camera zooms in.It's easier to grab the topmost moneybag after the cutscene finishes; you can pan the camera to pick up the others, too. Also, unlock the green box.
During the cutscene as Siris is entering the cavern, click on both urns. One moneybag's visible, the other two spawn locations hidden behind the urns.
During the cutscene as Siris is entering the cavern, click on both urns. One moneybag's visible, the other two spawn locations hidden behind the urns.
There are always 2 moneybags under the bridge, but one is in shadow. There's another hidden spawn spot behind the Titan. (See 2 screencaps ahead.)
There are always 2 moneybags under the bridge, but one is in shadow. There's another hidden spawn spot behind the Titan. (See 2 screencaps ahead.)
Open the Large Key chest before fighting anybody. You'll have another chance to pick up the treasures below if you miss them here.
Open the Large Key chest before fighting anybody. You'll have another chance to pick up the treasures below if you miss them here.
As the "chest opening" animation ends, you'll also get a glimpse of the two bags that were marked in magenta on the far end of the bridge, above.
As the "chest opening" animation ends, you'll also get a glimpse of the two bags that were marked in magenta on the far end of the bridge, above.
If you've defeated the Seal's guardian (Blood Sentinel), check out the Seal area before jumping off the bridge. There's often a bag by the steps...
If you've defeated the Seal's guardian (Blood Sentinel), check out the Seal area before jumping off the bridge. There's often a bag by the steps...
...as well as a treasure spawn location at the foot of this broken urn. This one's easy to see if it's a potion, nearly impossible if it's gold.
...as well as a treasure spawn location at the foot of this broken urn. This one's easy to see if it's a potion, nearly impossible if it's gold.
There's sometimes a money bag to the right of the Seal altar. Once you've checked it, there's nothing else to see here, so go ahead and jump down...
There's sometimes a money bag to the right of the Seal altar. Once you've checked it, there's nothing else to see here, so go ahead and jump down...
...watching for this bag, if you didn't get it earlier while opening the "Large Key" chest.
...watching for this bag, if you didn't get it earlier while opening the "Large Key" chest.
Here's the other ground floor treasure that was visible while opening the LK chest above. This one is accessible after Siris halts by panning right.
Here's the other ground floor treasure that was visible while opening the LK chest above. This one is accessible after Siris halts by panning right.
Before fighting the critter down here, unlock the "Small Key" box, then nab these two bags, which are ALWAYS here, but hard to see.
Before fighting the critter down here, unlock the "Small Key" box, then nab these two bags, which are ALWAYS here, but hard to see.
After fighting the turtle monster, leave the cavern. Up to five money bags are visible during the mountain trail cutscene...
After fighting the turtle monster, leave the cavern. Up to five money bags are visible during the mountain trail cutscene...
...three of which are fairly easy to grab when the camera zooms in.
...three of which are fairly easy to grab when the camera zooms in.
It's easier to grab the topmost moneybag after the cutscene finishes; you can pan the camera to pick up the others, too. Also, unlock the green box.
It's easier to grab the topmost moneybag after the cutscene finishes; you can pan the camera to pick up the others, too. Also, unlock the green box.

The Clock Hallway - Treasure: 9 bags, 1 Unlocked Chest, 1 "Small Key" Chest

This hallway is fairly straightforward, except that it's annoyingly easy to forget to open the two treasure chests, one on the left when you first step into the hall, and one on the right once you've moved forward and a Titan has dropped down to challenge you. You must open this second chest before fighting the Titan.

If you forget until you've started the battle, you can click the Infinity Blade icon at the top of the screen, click Restart, and you'll be popped back to the hallway with the Titan waiting for you. Then you can go open the box.

There's also an invisible money spawn spot in here. In most cases, invisible treasures are briefly visible in a cutscene or from some other position, but I've never caught sight of this one; I just know where to click to get the gold.

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Clock Hallway Walkthrough - click thumbs for zooms plus notes

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Just as Siris enters, the camera shows this view for only moment. Grab this bag if it's there; you can't pan the camera enough to reach it later.Grab this obvious bag, then, before taking another step forward......pan left to get this moneybag on the upper gallery and open the unlocked chest on the ground floor.Then pan up and right to check these two spots for treasure. THEN you can move forward. But get ready, because......as Siris walks forward, this bag is briefly visible on the level above. You might be able to guess where it is once he halts, but grab it now.When the Titan drops down and waggles its weapon, WAIT! Turn right and open the "small key" chest. You can't reach it after the fight.After the fight, check for these two bags at the end of the hall. The top one's hard to see.Last but not least, There's sometimes a bag of hidden gold about where that crack and beam intersect.I think it's actually this bag, which is only visible the first time you enter this hallway, before the stair under the clock has fallen into ruin.
Just as Siris enters, the camera shows this view for only moment. Grab this bag if it's there; you can't pan the camera enough to reach it later.
Just as Siris enters, the camera shows this view for only moment. Grab this bag if it's there; you can't pan the camera enough to reach it later.
Grab this obvious bag, then, before taking another step forward...
Grab this obvious bag, then, before taking another step forward...
...pan left to get this moneybag on the upper gallery and open the unlocked chest on the ground floor.
...pan left to get this moneybag on the upper gallery and open the unlocked chest on the ground floor.
Then pan up and right to check these two spots for treasure. THEN you can move forward. But get ready, because...
Then pan up and right to check these two spots for treasure. THEN you can move forward. But get ready, because...
...as Siris walks forward, this bag is briefly visible on the level above. You might be able to guess where it is once he halts, but grab it now.
...as Siris walks forward, this bag is briefly visible on the level above. You might be able to guess where it is once he halts, but grab it now.
When the Titan drops down and waggles its weapon, WAIT! Turn right and open the "small key" chest. You can't reach it after the fight.
When the Titan drops down and waggles its weapon, WAIT! Turn right and open the "small key" chest. You can't reach it after the fight.
After the fight, check for these two bags at the end of the hall. The top one's hard to see.
After the fight, check for these two bags at the end of the hall. The top one's hard to see.
Last but not least, There's sometimes a bag of hidden gold about where that crack and beam intersect.
Last but not least, There's sometimes a bag of hidden gold about where that crack and beam intersect.
I think it's actually this bag, which is only visible the first time you enter this hallway, before the stair under the clock has fallen into ruin.
I think it's actually this bag, which is only visible the first time you enter this hallway, before the stair under the clock has fallen into ruin.

The Archivist's Room - Maximum Treasures: 11 bags + 1 "Large Key" Chest

Blood Sentinel: Archivist
Blood Sentinel: Archivist

The Archivist's Room is annoying: not a great deal of treasure, and several possible treasure locations are only visible during cutscenes.

Also, it's easy to click the "leave the room" hotspot by accident when you're reaching for a treasure.

The first time you enter this room, you deal with a "Blood Sentinel." On subsequent visits, you'll exit through the Sealed Tomb -- which has armor/weapons unlocked if you bring certain weapons, but no random moneybags or chests -- and from there you'll climb up to the Balcony.

When leaving the Sealed Tomb, get ready to click to far left as soon as the cutscene changes to the balcony. (See the "Balcony" section of my walkthrough for the exact spot. There's a bag concealed behind a pillar that you can only reach during the cutscene; once he stops walking, the camera won't let you pan far enough left to reach back and get it.)

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Archivist Room Walkthrough - Stop walking and let me pick things up, dangit!

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Just as Siris enters, you get a brief glimpse of a treasure bag in front of him (usually), which you can grab if you're quick. The one to its left......is easier to grab when the camera shifts to this view. (And you get a second chance to pick up the first bag, if you missed it.) But be quick......since Siris halts there momentarily before circling the top of the room. Then grab this one, which is only reachable now, while he's walking.It's the second treasure location from the left in this view. You can grab these three bags before or after fighting the Titan that shows up.Pan all the way left to open the Large Key Chest, if you can afford to. You can grab that one on the floor now, or wait until you jump down.Before jumping, get ready! The right-hand of these two spawn spots is only visible during the cutscene. Grab it. The other, you can pan back to......once Tidus has stopped moving. Also grab the one or two flanking the monolith that you may have spotted from above.Turn left to grab the one to the left of the door. Be careful with these two; it's easy to hit the "Exit" hotspot before you mean to.If the Archivist is there, get ready to pounce on this spot before challenging him. I've only discovered treasure here while he's talking.
Just as Siris enters, you get a brief glimpse of a treasure bag in front of him (usually), which you can grab if you're quick. The one to its left...
Just as Siris enters, you get a brief glimpse of a treasure bag in front of him (usually), which you can grab if you're quick. The one to its left...
...is easier to grab when the camera shifts to this view. (And you get a second chance to pick up the first bag, if you missed it.) But be quick...
...is easier to grab when the camera shifts to this view. (And you get a second chance to pick up the first bag, if you missed it.) But be quick...
...since Siris halts there momentarily before circling the top of the room. Then grab this one, which is only reachable now, while he's walking.
...since Siris halts there momentarily before circling the top of the room. Then grab this one, which is only reachable now, while he's walking.
It's the second treasure location from the left in this view. You can grab these three bags before or after fighting the Titan that shows up.
It's the second treasure location from the left in this view. You can grab these three bags before or after fighting the Titan that shows up.
Pan all the way left to open the Large Key Chest, if you can afford to. You can grab that one on the floor now, or wait until you jump down.
Pan all the way left to open the Large Key Chest, if you can afford to. You can grab that one on the floor now, or wait until you jump down.
Before jumping, get ready! The right-hand of these two spawn spots is only visible during the cutscene. Grab it. The other, you can pan back to...
Before jumping, get ready! The right-hand of these two spawn spots is only visible during the cutscene. Grab it. The other, you can pan back to...
...once Tidus has stopped moving. Also grab the one or two flanking the monolith that you may have spotted from above.
...once Tidus has stopped moving. Also grab the one or two flanking the monolith that you may have spotted from above.
Turn left to grab the one to the left of the door. Be careful with these two; it's easy to hit the "Exit" hotspot before you mean to.
Turn left to grab the one to the left of the door. Be careful with these two; it's easy to hit the "Exit" hotspot before you mean to.
If the Archivist is there, get ready to pounce on this spot before challenging him. I've only discovered treasure here while he's talking.
If the Archivist is there, get ready to pounce on this spot before challenging him. I've only discovered treasure here while he's talking.

The Balcony - Maximum Treasure: 9 bags + 1 "Medium Key" Chest

The balcony is a lovely area dominated by a beautiful red tree.

Three different paths converge here. The multiple approaches make this area a little complicated. Several money bags won't be in plain view, depending on where Siris is standing. However, if you know where they are, you can still pick them up by clicking on what's in front of them.

You can reach the yellow chest if you arrive on the outdoor part of the balcony -- whether you came from (1) the mountain path up from the Underground at lower right or (2) climbed up Gargap's Tree on the opposite side of the balcony. (For some reason, I tend to forget that chest when I arrive via the Tree).

If you arrive in that hallway at the back of the balcony -- which is (3) where you come up from the Archivist's Room and Sealed Tomb area -- you can't reach any of the chests, but you can still pan left and collect all the moneybags on the balcony, concealed behind various columns, urns and other obstacles.

That all sounds very confusing! Let me show you.

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The Balcony: Walkthrough - Click thumbnails for notes/fullsized

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When you arrive on the balcony from the mountain path, there's three bags within reach before you fight the Titan; one is concealed behind the tree.Here's that bag behind the tree. It's visible (barely) when Siris bends down to open the treasure chest.If you've arrived on the balcony via Gargap's Tree, pan all the way to the right and check these two spawn spots. (The chest won't open.)Study this screencap. If Siris reaches the balcony from Gargap's Tree, several hotspots are in view that are concealed from the other entry points.Learning the spawn spots from the last screencap enabled me to spot this hard-to-see moneybag when coming up from the mountain trail.If you're coming up from the Tomb, as soon as Siris emerges here, QUICKLY tap far left to get the bag shown in the last screencap.If you don't get a chance to pick up this bag before the cutscene ends......tap around in that big bottom circle. Check the other spots, too, for the 2 bags around the tree, the 2 flanking the stairs, and 1 on the balcony.Finally, grab the obvious bags in this hallway at the back of the balcony. The door at the Titan's back leads to the Mech Room. If you go that way...The "exit" cutscene gives you one last chance to try for bags on the balcony outside that you may have missed.If you leave via the right-hand door instead, you bypass the Mech Room and MX-Goliath boss and end up in a small round room:The open staircase leads up to the top of the tower. To Siris' left......is a "Black Key" locked door and one more moneybag. There are a few treasure spawn spots behind that door, but I'm gonna avoid giving you spoilers.
When you arrive on the balcony from the mountain path, there's three bags within reach before you fight the Titan; one is concealed behind the tree.
When you arrive on the balcony from the mountain path, there's three bags within reach before you fight the Titan; one is concealed behind the tree.
Here's that bag behind the tree. It's visible (barely) when Siris bends down to open the treasure chest.
Here's that bag behind the tree. It's visible (barely) when Siris bends down to open the treasure chest.
If you've arrived on the balcony via Gargap's Tree, pan all the way to the right and check these two spawn spots. (The chest won't open.)
If you've arrived on the balcony via Gargap's Tree, pan all the way to the right and check these two spawn spots. (The chest won't open.)
Study this screencap. If Siris reaches the balcony from Gargap's Tree, several hotspots are in view that are concealed from the other entry points.
Study this screencap. If Siris reaches the balcony from Gargap's Tree, several hotspots are in view that are concealed from the other entry points.
Learning the spawn spots from the last screencap enabled me to spot this hard-to-see moneybag when coming up from the mountain trail.
Learning the spawn spots from the last screencap enabled me to spot this hard-to-see moneybag when coming up from the mountain trail.
If you're coming up from the Tomb, as soon as Siris emerges here, QUICKLY tap far left to get the bag shown in the last screencap.
If you're coming up from the Tomb, as soon as Siris emerges here, QUICKLY tap far left to get the bag shown in the last screencap.
If you don't get a chance to pick up this bag before the cutscene ends...
If you don't get a chance to pick up this bag before the cutscene ends...
...tap around in that big bottom circle. Check the other spots, too, for the 2 bags around the tree, the 2 flanking the stairs, and 1 on the balcony.
...tap around in that big bottom circle. Check the other spots, too, for the 2 bags around the tree, the 2 flanking the stairs, and 1 on the balcony.
Finally, grab the obvious bags in this hallway at the back of the balcony. The door at the Titan's back leads to the Mech Room. If you go that way...
Finally, grab the obvious bags in this hallway at the back of the balcony. The door at the Titan's back leads to the Mech Room. If you go that way...
The "exit" cutscene gives you one last chance to try for bags on the balcony outside that you may have missed.
The "exit" cutscene gives you one last chance to try for bags on the balcony outside that you may have missed.
If you leave via the right-hand door instead, you bypass the Mech Room and MX-Goliath boss and end up in a small round room:
If you leave via the right-hand door instead, you bypass the Mech Room and MX-Goliath boss and end up in a small round room:
The open staircase leads up to the top of the tower. To Siris' left...
The open staircase leads up to the top of the tower. To Siris' left...
...is a "Black Key" locked door and one more moneybag. There are a few treasure spawn spots behind that door, but I'm gonna avoid giving you spoilers.
...is a "Black Key" locked door and one more moneybag. There are a few treasure spawn spots behind that door, but I'm gonna avoid giving you spoilers.

The Mech Room - Maximum Treasure: 9 bags + 1 "Large Key" Chest

The first time you come here, you fight this guy.

This room is pretty straightforward, but there's still a few concealed spawn spots to check.

There's also a Black Key box just inside on the left as you enter. If you've got the money for Black Keys, this can be an end-of-level bonanza.

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Mech Room Treasure Spawn Spots - A few more before the end of the level

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The entrance to the mech room is guarded by this toad who won't let you grab that well-camouflaged money pouch until you fight him.Grab this bag as you step into the room (after the cutscene finishes, you can pick it up by panning right).Pan all the way left for the chest, grab moneybags on the urns and between the arches, then... WHOA. See that potion? A moneybag there is invisible.Again, note the potion's location so you can check for hard-to-see moneybags there. And the other moneybag sitting out on that beam is ALWAYS there.There's two obvious spawn spots to the right, but when it's a key, it's hard to see. Machinery hides a possible third treasure.When you leave the room, those three spawn spots are more obvious, but not visible long since he's moving.
The entrance to the mech room is guarded by this toad who won't let you grab that well-camouflaged money pouch until you fight him.
The entrance to the mech room is guarded by this toad who won't let you grab that well-camouflaged money pouch until you fight him.
Grab this bag as you step into the room (after the cutscene finishes, you can pick it up by panning right).
Grab this bag as you step into the room (after the cutscene finishes, you can pick it up by panning right).
Pan all the way left for the chest, grab moneybags on the urns and between the arches, then... WHOA. See that potion? A moneybag there is invisible.
Pan all the way left for the chest, grab moneybags on the urns and between the arches, then... WHOA. See that potion? A moneybag there is invisible.
Again, note the potion's location so you can check for hard-to-see moneybags there. And the other moneybag sitting out on that beam is ALWAYS there.
Again, note the potion's location so you can check for hard-to-see moneybags there. And the other moneybag sitting out on that beam is ALWAYS there.
There's two obvious spawn spots to the right, but when it's a key, it's hard to see. Machinery hides a possible third treasure.
There's two obvious spawn spots to the right, but when it's a key, it's hard to see. Machinery hides a possible third treasure.
When you leave the room, those three spawn spots are more obvious, but not visible long since he's moving.
When you leave the room, those three spawn spots are more obvious, but not visible long since he's moving.

Top of the Tower - Treasure: 6 bags + 1 unlocked chest

You're eager to whump on whoever's at the top of the tower, but there's a few more goodies to grab first.

Watch out. Most of them can only be picked up during the introductory cutscene as Siris is walking up here. As usual, a few are hidden behind pillars and such.

There's an unlocked chest that you can open after fighting the Titan. However, the first time you come up here, Siris is too busy to give you a chance to open it. Jerk. Remember it on subsequent visits.

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Gold at the Top of the Tower - Don't forget to buy keys before next Rebirth jacks prices

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First you see Siris walking between two spawn spots. You'll only have a moment to click them, and I don't think you can reach them later.Then the camera swings out. Look for the bag out on that spoke first; you'll be able to reach the way-up-high one when the cutscene ends.The camera zooms back in and circles the perimeter of the circular courtyard. Keep clicking here; there's often 1 or 2 bags hidden by those pillars.After the cutscene ends, pan left and check these spots......then above. (That bottom one is the same in the last screencap). After the fight...Turn right to collect your prize from the unlocked chest. Buy any keys you can before the price goes up, then it's on to the next Rebirth.
First you see Siris walking between two spawn spots. You'll only have a moment to click them, and I don't think you can reach them later.
First you see Siris walking between two spawn spots. You'll only have a moment to click them, and I don't think you can reach them later.
Then the camera swings out. Look for the bag out on that spoke first; you'll be able to reach the way-up-high one when the cutscene ends.
Then the camera swings out. Look for the bag out on that spoke first; you'll be able to reach the way-up-high one when the cutscene ends.
The camera zooms back in and circles the perimeter of the circular courtyard. Keep clicking here; there's often 1 or 2 bags hidden by those pillars.
The camera zooms back in and circles the perimeter of the circular courtyard. Keep clicking here; there's often 1 or 2 bags hidden by those pillars.
After the cutscene ends, pan left and check these spots...
After the cutscene ends, pan left and check these spots...
...then above. (That bottom one is the same in the last screencap). After the fight...
...then above. (That bottom one is the same in the last screencap). After the fight...
Turn right to collect your prize from the unlocked chest. Buy any keys you can before the price goes up, then it's on to the next Rebirth.
Turn right to collect your prize from the unlocked chest. Buy any keys you can before the price goes up, then it's on to the next Rebirth.

Infinity Blade Soundtracks & Novels - Learn the backstory

Oh yeah. Between whumping on monsters, collecting loot, and getting killed and reincarnated over and over, there's actually a complex world and mythology here. (I notice, for example, that Ausar / [O]siris is the Egyptian or Greek name for the dying and resurrected god of ancient Egypt, while Issa is a disguised form of... Isis, his consort. Sneaky.)

Anyway, read the novels to find out what the heck is going on.

Infinity Blade 2 Money Cheat - I'd rather do it the old-fashioned way

1. Have a cheap mastered item in your inventory. (E.G. Worn Axe.)

2. Slide left and scroll to a very expensive item, like the Solar Trans-LX.

3. Slide right back to your cheap weapon.

4. Click the Sell button, and at the same time slide left to the expensive item.

5. If you've timed it just right (I can't do it, but the videos show it's possible), you'll get the "Sell your last Worn Axe?" message across the very expensive item. At this point, the game gets confused and sells the cheap item at the price of the expensive weapon!

The Cardboard Warrior

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Here's my noble adventurer.

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      Wraith 5 19 months ago

      Heads up, the money glitch (selling the Worn Axe for $1,000,0000) no longer works.