Avengers: Endgame **SPOILERIFFIC THREAD** Enter at your own risk!

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Starlord messing up the initial fight in Infinity War, leading to the eventual deaths of Widow and Stark, should be a story arc in GotG3 imo.
 

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Apparently the clanking sound is homage to when Tony Stark first made the Iron Man suit.

Yee, I’m still dumbfounded that they didn’t think “let’s go back and and save him or reinforce his suit”...kinda feel cap coulda handled it. But I’m ok with it, my guess is they’ll bring him back as an A.I. or alternate universe/timeline Tony
 

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loved the movie but left a bit of a mess at the end.

Capt. killed the timeline like a boss at the end :laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh:
 

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loved the movie but left a bit of a mess at the end.

Capt. killed the timeline like a boss at the end :laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh:

I guess he figured it’d be ok in the end cos she’ll forget it all when Alzheimer hits later, and gets to kiss her granddaughter....ewwww, wait, what if her grand daughter is his???? Cap is Marty???
 

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I rewatched infinity war, that part pissed me off. I know it was needed for the story, but they had it!
I found it to be lazy story telling to be honest, they had the guy beat but he couldn't hold his emotions for a few seconds? it just seemed like a cheap way to get Thanos out of it.
 

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I guess he figured it’d be ok in the end cos she’ll forget it all when Alzheimer hits later, and gets to kiss her granddaughter....ewwww, wait, what if her grand daughter is his???? Cap is Marty???
But him staying has a major effect at the end. He doesnt belong to the 1940 because he stayed in the main time line.
 

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Yee, I’m still dumbfounded that they didn’t think “let’s go back and and save him or reinforce his suit”...kinda feel cap coulda handled it. But I’m ok with it, my guess is they’ll bring him back as an A.I. or alternate universe/timeline Tony
They had one shot. Going back and altering his suit could change the dynamic of the engagent, resulting in failure.

For all we know your suggestion was part of the 14 million possibilties Strange saw.
 

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They flat out tell you that isn't how it works.
How it doesnt work? He is outside the time line. The Supreme said so.

When hulk told her that everything will be back in place with no chances he didnt know Capt was planning on to stay in 1940s.

So therefore, if Capt decides to do something or did already it might not be minor but he already created another alternative reality.

Him being there in the 1940s is a new alternative reality.
 
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How it doesnt work? He is outside the time line. The Supreme said so.

When hulk told her that everything will be back in place with no chances he didnt know Capt was planning on to stay in 1940s.

So therefore, if Capt decides to do something or did already it might not be minor but he already created another alternative reality.

Him being there in the 1940s is a new alternative reality.
You're very confused (and wrong) about it all. The Ancient One (where did you get "Supreme" from?) said reality is shaped by the Infinity Stones. When you remove one, a new timeline is created. Moving people around time does not create new timelines - only Infinity Stones. Since Captain America placed back all of the Infinity Stones, there were no other timelines created.

There is a question as to whether Loki created another timeline when he escaped with the Tesseract, but that's a separate issue than what you are struggling to understand.

Ultimately, Captain America staying in the 1940's through the present does NOT create a new timeline, nor does it change the future.
 

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You're very confused (and wrong) about it all. The Ancient One (where did you get "Supreme" from?) said reality is shaped by the Infinity Stones. When you remove one, a new timeline is created. Moving people around time does not create new timelines - only Infinity Stones. Since Captain America placed back all of the Infinity Stones, there were no other timelines created.

There is a question as to whether Loki created another timeline when he escaped with the Tesseract, but that's a separate issue than what you are struggling to understand.

Ultimately, Captain America staying in the 1940's through the present does NOT create a new timeline, nor does it change the future.
While there’s no new timeline, there are now two Captain Americas?
 

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You're very confused (and wrong) about it all. The Ancient One (where did you get "Supreme" from?) said reality is shaped by the Infinity Stones. When you remove one, a new timeline is created. Moving people around time does not create new timelines - only Infinity Stones. Since Captain America placed back all of the Infinity Stones, there were no other timelines created.

There is a question as to whether Loki created another timeline when he escaped with the Tesseract, but that's a separate issue than what you are struggling to understand.

Ultimately, Captain America staying in the 1940's through the present does NOT create a new timeline, nor does it change the future.
Thank you.

People are so hung up on time travel and changing things.

What I am wondering is, how big a deal is the fact that the infinity stones no longer exist.
 
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The spaces between realities!
You're very confused (and wrong) about it all. The Ancient One (where did you get "Supreme" from?) said reality is shaped by the Infinity Stones. When you remove one, a new timeline is created. Moving people around time does not create new timelines - only Infinity Stones. Since Captain America placed back all of the Infinity Stones, there were no other timelines created.

There is a question as to whether Loki created another timeline when he escaped with the Tesseract, but that's a separate issue than what you are struggling to understand.

Ultimately, Captain America staying in the 1940's through the present does NOT create a new timeline, nor does it change the future.
I had to explain this to like 10 different people IRL...(though with more cursing involved) eventually I just gave up.

Side note: Just noticed both of our avatars are marvel cosmic beings. :bang::bang:
 
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