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The snap is just the trigger to have the stones carry out your will, whatever it may be. Thanos wanted to destroy half of all life so that's what happened. Stark wanted to destroy Thanos' invasion force which included their ships and technology so that is what happened.


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She doesn't think he's worthless. She just acts that way in Doctor Strange because that is pretty much standard for the "Eastern martial arts teacher" trope. In the western teacher trope, the teacher searches out and courts brilliant but reluctant students, and bends over backwards to extract their greatness, in a game of Pygmalion: like Robin Williams ...


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The Snap just performs the wielder’s will which is made quite clear over the events of Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. It’s made the most clear when Tony asks Smart Hulk what to do with his Snap. Tony: You remember... everyone Thanos snapped away five years ago and just bringing them back to now, today. Don't change anything from the last ...


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It appears to be part of Strange’s training and his journey to become who he is supposed to for The Ancient One to treat him as she does in Doctor Strange. Like with what Strange does in Avengers: Infinity War she has looked into his possible futures. The Ancient One: Do you wonder what I see in your future? Doctor Strange: No. Yes. The ...


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The key here is that the Mjolnir we see in Avengers: Endgame is from the past/a different timeline. I believe it comes from the Thor: The Dark World time, so 2013, whereas the events of Thor: Ragnarok take place in 2017 and so Odin had not died yet with respect to that Mjolnir’s enchantment. Objects taken out of their timelines still function as they did ...


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You are starting from an assumption which has no basis anywhere in canon. What has some basis in canon is a line said by Doctor Strange in Avengers: Infinity War: Doctor Stephen Strange: It's a simple spell but quite unbreakable. Ebony Maw: Then I'll take it off your corpse. Doctor Stephen Strange: You'll find... removing a dead man's spell... ...


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There's no reason to believe the Stones aren't capable of eliminating non-living objects. When Thanos did his snap, it removed half of the population of the universe, yes. But it also removed their clothes, their smartphones, their nails and hair... all over the universe. So yup, the Stones are perfectly capable of eliminating non-living stuff all over the ...


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When Strange first came to the Temple, he was still the arrogant doctor, that valued his own reputation above human life. Doctor Strange: [To Billy, on the phone.] Billy! What have you got for me? Billy: I’ve got a 35-year-old Air Force colonel. Crushed his lower spine in some kind of experimental armor. Mid-thoracic vertebral fracture. Doctor ...


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You are working under a false assumption. It should be remembered that it's a different Mjolnir from before Ragnarok....so it will still have the enchantment. Odin isn't dead when Thor regains that hammer in Endgame....as that sequence takes place before Odin's death...even assuming the enchantment fades on his demise. Mjolnir was destroyed in Ragnarok and ...


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As far as I'm aware, and it's the short answer, Spider-Man and all of the supporting/auxiliary characters are owned by Sony so that includes: Aunt May, Uncle Ben, Mary Jane, Ned Leeds, Vulture, Mysterio, etc. This graph that has been shared around various places over time seems to visualise it quite well. Of course things have changed a bit since then as ...


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Yes, they are wearing makeup We see this in Season 5 Episode 7, "Together or Not at All", of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. where we actually see Kasius applying makeup to his face to cover up his new scar. Click image to enlarge. You can view the scene below. This matches what we see of the Kree across the MCU as all Kree are ...


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They're Infinity Stones, not living creatures only Stones While it's true the Soul Stone and Mind Stone are related to characteristics of beings, that hardly limits the Stones' ability. They could dust a Plymouth Duster if you set your mind to it. Further, it's not clear that "dusting" means "annihilation", in fact, the return of the Blipped suggests ...


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I know exactly which story you are talking about. I can't find it at the moment. However, I know that it was based off of Chapter Six of grilledcheesing's "5 Times Peter Made Tony Laugh Out Loud". Basically, this chapter served as inspiration for that story. The one you're talking about is an expanded, and slightly darker version of that chapter.


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Since the enchantment of the hammer comes from Odin and, from my understanding, it is that enchantment that grants the power of Thor to anyone weilding the hammer, shouldn't the enchantment laid out on top of the hammer have dissipated and therefore those not​ have happened? This appears to be based on the assumption that the enchantment Odin made will end ...


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