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I think everyone just reads too much into it. For starters, the movies don't show you every day of Steve Rogers' life. It's obvious by his combat ability, and his weapons prowess, that he trains hard so as to be ready for any encounter. Steve Rogers is regarded as an excellent strategist in the comics, and while they don't talk about it too much in the MCU, ...


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In the Earth-616 (comics) canon, it's been indicated that Captain America can master new techniques and weapons in a matter of seconds or minutes. I don't think it's been confirmed that this explanation applies to the MCU, but I know of no evidence to the contrary, and the MCU clearly takes inspiration from the comics in many respects. Here are some examples:...


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“Whosoever holds this hammer, if he be worthy, shall possess the power of Thor.” Part of the power of Thor is use of Thor’s hammer. It’s not that Captain America knows or even needs to know Norse war hammer combat. Captain America just needs be worthy to hold the hammer, and the power of Thor does the rest.


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No. Based on the amazing research efforts of the commenters on the question, I would say it's at least a semi-conclusive no. [Credit to Mark Reed for pointing out; we don't need to sit here waiting for a positive answer when there isn't one.] Sorry to the asker of the question - it's a good one, and I upvoted - but there doesn't seem to be one. (I did my own ...


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This part of the film has always puzzled me. Unless she wanted it to happen. This might seem like a stretch, But….. what if Nebula wants to bring back her sister. “ But SMQQTH what about Clint and Natasha? You’re saying Nebula sacrificed two avengers”. First of: Nat and Clint have a very bloody trail and a high body count, the act of Redemption by the two ...


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