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Amaterasu equipped with the Infinity Judge.
|Use||Lashing attacks (main)|
Sub-Reflector Counterattack (sub)
|Source||Kusa Village Merchant|
Moon Cave Imp Merchant
|Cost to buy||¥50,000|
|Cost to sell||N/A|
|“||Reflector marked indelibly with the loop of infinity. Judges evil.||”|
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|The Infinity Judge can be purchased from the merchant in Kusa Village or the Imp Merchant in the Moon Cave for ¥50,000.|
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- The Infinity Judge has the most interesting animation of all Reflectors: it constantly splits apart and reforms around a central circular piece.
- Due to the general earliness this reflector can be obtained as well as Gold Dust being available from the same shop, the Infinity Judge is hard to outclass for a major portion of Ōkami. The next Reflector (Trinity Mirror) is obtained far later in the game, but is soon outclassed by the Solar Flare.
- The Infinity Judge's elaborate animation and blue markings gives the sense that this weapon was created by the Moon Tribe (although if it did, the weapon should have had a silver theme with blue markings, not a deep blue theme).
- Concept art of Reflectors shows that Infinity Judge was originally designed to be able to throw foes with the fragments to surround and grab the targets.