How to Get the Infinity Gauntlet in Roblox Egg Hunt 2019

Assembling an infinity gauntlet always requires finding all the components first, so of course you'll need to find five other Avengers eggs before completing the Scrambled In Time Roblox egg event!

Spring is finally here and Easter may be over, but there's still time to get in on the annual Roblox Egg Hunt holiday event, which goes quite literal with finding Easter eggs and infinity stones.

In celebration of a certain major franchise reaching the end of its current phase, those Easter eggs are all based on heroes and villains in the Marvel universe, specifically, Avengers, Thanos, and the infamous Infinity Gauntlet.

Want to get your hands on that coveted Thanos Infinity Gauntlet egg? You won't find it just lying around anywhere, and will instead need to pick up five other eggs first.

Let's take a look and where to go to unlock the prized egg!

How to Get the Infinity Gauntlet Roblox Egg

Infinity gauntelet egg in Roblox menu

To grab the ultimate final item of the Scrambled In Time Egg Hunt 2019 event, you need to first collect all five secret Avenger eggs (echoing the collection of the infinity stones of course). They are the:

  • Black Widow egg
  • Captain America egg
  • Captain Marvel egg 
  • Iron Man egg
  • Thor egg

To get any of these eggs, you'll first need to unlock a special red ship that lets you fly around the event hub area.

Screen showing hole to ship key Hole to the ship key (thanks to Conor3D for the screenshot)

After collecting any three non-Avengers eggs during the Scrambled In Time Event (it doesn't matter which specific ones you grab), the hub portal in the lobby will unlock.

Teleport through it to reach the special Avengers area, then run down the long pink path until you see the large circular brown building, which is actually Thor's temple.

Check along the back side of the building to find a hole in the ground where you can grab a glowing key next to a bank of monitors. Climb back up the path and then run to the ship on the nearby runway to use the key for accessing this aerial vehicle.

From there, you can finally fly to any of the Avengers temples, where you will have to make your way through some simple jumping/platforming puzzles. At the end of each temple is the specific egg for that character. 

Captain America shield Finding Captain America's egg at the end of the end of the jumping puzzle

Although you can tackle the temple puzzles in any order, here's what to look for when flying around the event hub area to find each temple:

  • Black Widow's temple: This black tiered ziggurat building is easily visible to the side of Thor's temple, but to reach it you actually need to land in the hole on the bottom end of the pink floating island, then run around the island to reach the stone path leading into the temple.

  • Captain America's temple: This red, white, and blue dome shaped like Captain's shield is pretty easy to spot on another pink island.

  • Captain Marvel's temple: This smaller dark red and blue tiered building is harder to see from the air, but you can find it by looking at the end of a long stone bridge over a pink pond.

  • Iron Man temple: This brown and red pyramid is clearly visible across the chasm from Captain America's temple.

  • Thor temple: This is actually the big brown circular building where you found the key, but you can't enter it through a normal door like the other temples. Instead, go around to the side until you see a cracked wall, then smash the wall down to get inside.

A Roblox character goes into Iron Man's temple Entering Iron Man's temple across from Captain America's temple

After grabbing the fifth Avengers egg, you are finally rewarded with the Thanos Infinity Gauntlet egg! 

Having trouble with any other aspects of the Scrambled In Time egg hunt? Let us know what you can't find and we'll get you an answer, and be sure to check out our other Roblox guides here.

After nabbing your Thanos egg enjoy seeing Avengers: End Game this weekend but don't drop any spoilers!!

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Ty splits his time between writing horror fiction and writing about video games. After 25 years of gaming, Ty can firmly say that gaming peaked with Planescape Torment, but that doesn't mean he doesn't have a soft spot for games like Baldur's Gate, Fallout: New Vegas, Bioshock Infinite, and Horizon: Zero Dawn. He has previously written for GamerU and MetalUnderground. He also writes for PortalMonkey covering gaming laptops and peripherals.

Published Apr. 24th 2019

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