WandaVision Episode 8 set the stage for a fight between Vision and the newly created White Vision – here’s why the real Vision will come out on top.
With the introduction of White Vision into the post-credits scene of WandaVisionIn the penultimate episode, it’s safe to assume that the Marvel series is setting up a fight between Vision and White Vision for the finale. As White Vision was built by SWORD specifically to be a weapon, it seems like it would have the upper hand in this fight. But Royal Vision has a significant, if devastating, advantage that will likely help you get to the top.
Early in WandaVision Season 1, SWORD director Tyler Hayward confirmed that his organization had taken custody of Vision’s body, following the death of the Synth. When Wanda and Agatha take a trip through Wanda’s memories, it is revealed that SWORD immediately began to tear apart Vision’s body to retrieve the billions of dollars of Vibranium that made it up. The post-credits scene for “Previously On” shows why Hayward wanted Vision’s body – he wanted to strip it piecemeal to build a new sentient weapon.
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That weapon is White Vision, a figure from the comics who is a resurrected Vision with all his memories and emotions erased. For most of WandaVision Season 1, Hayward has been looking for a way to penetrate the spell that surrounds Westview, NJ. White Vision is probably the key. The real Vision might be the only thing stopping him, because he has something that White Vision doesn’t have, something to fight for.
Both versions of Vision were created from Wanda’s Chaos Magic, which means that they will likely be on the same playing field when it comes to their level of powers. It is their differences that will be the defining factor in their inevitable struggle. White Vision was created to be a weapon. It’s a machine to the core, more similar to the Vision of Avengers: Age of Ultron. Vision was certainly powerful, but he was only capable of working in directives. But the Vision of WandaVision he loves his wife Wanda and their twin sons, Billy and Tommy. The end of episode 7 saw Vision reach an epiphany and realize that he needs to be by his wife’s side, if only to convince her to stop whatever is happening in the city of Westview and try to live a life. happy without him. That fierce love for Wanda may be what ends up saving her family, albeit at the cost of causing her own downfall.
Hayward views White Vision as SWORD’s most valuable weapon, so he would never allow the synthose to be destroyed. But the real Vision does not operate that way. As demonstrated by his death in Avengers: Infinity War, has already been sacrificed for a greater good. If playing the game of sacrifice defeats White Vision, while saving his family and the innocent residents of Westview in the process, the real Vision will not hesitate to do so. The seemingly imminent death of the Royal Vision in the WandaVision The ending will certainly have a significant impact on the future of the MCU.
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