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Thor's Stormbreaker has got the Bifrost capability. Why didn't he simply use this to transport

Thanos

into the Sun when he arrived on Earth in Avengers: Endgame?

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    Doesn’t work, it was # 3,000 in the list of all possible futures seen by Dr. Strange 😄 – Shreedhar May 17 at 10:42
  • Do you mean "when he arrived on Earth at the end of Infinity War"? – F1Krazy May 17 at 11:08
  • @F1Krazy No. I am talking about Endgame.. – Lobo May 17 at 11:18
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There would be zero point in doing so as the only winning outcome is exactly what we see in the film as indicated by Doctor Strange. But to play along with the question, why wouldn't he? I'd imagine it's probably best explained in Thor: Rangarok, the Bifrost isn't some tamper proof system, people can hijack into it and can fall out of it, as Loki and Thor do when fighting Hela.

If Thanos could simply jump out of it there'd be no point in trying to transport him somewhere deadly because he would just escape it.

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    Because Thanos has the Space Stone and can just portal back – Valorum May 17 at 10:30
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    @Valorum Well he doesn't until the end of the battle in Endgame. – TheLethalCarrot May 17 at 10:31
  • If Thanos could simply jump out of it ~> Well, he would have ended on universal trash dump where every lost is found.. The mighty Sakaar. And, he would have hard time getting out of it especially if he had landed in a time during Grandmaster's reign (time runs differently on Sakaar). – Lobo May 17 at 11:34
  • @ILoveYou3000 He may or may not have landed on Sakaar, we don't know if that was coincidence they both landed there or because that's just what happens when you fall out of it. – TheLethalCarrot May 17 at 11:35

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