The Falcon and the Winter Soldier – Which character do you draw from your zodiac sign?

Some astrology enthusiasts would argue that there are certain zodiac signs that lend themselves to being heroes or villains in pop culture. That might be true to an extent, but the truth is that zodiac signs personality traits can manifest in interesting ways fans wouldn’t expect. As a result, there are many pop culture characters that those interested in astrology can analyze for evidence of their own zodiac sign.

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In the case of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, this fictional corner of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is populated by characters who find themselves in a world torn apart by the actions of heroes and villains. On the one hand, the Flag Smashers want a world without borders, while on the other hand, the title characters only want to prevent the violence that follows the new group. The motivations of the different characters make discovering their zodiac signs a fascinating process.

12 Aries: Sam

Falcon and Winter Soldier Episode 3 Sam Wilson Backseat of the car

Sam is the guy who always watches over the people he cares about. Despite how often he and Bucky clash, he constantly makes sure he’s okay, that he’s not falling into the Winter Soldier’s old habits. That’s a good demonstration of how much compassion you have for people, but also a good demonstration of your leadership qualities.

Despite being a partner, Sam Wilson is someone who takes charge. He welcomes Steve Rogers and Natasha to his home as they run away, takes Bucky on his journey in search of answers about the rise of more super soldiers, and tries to do the right thing with his sister. That leadership, and the passion that goes with it, is a sure sign of Aries.

eleven Taurus: Sarah

Falcon Winter Soldier the avengers fight to earn money falcon sam sarah wilson

Sam’s sister, given the chance, could be the most stable force in his world. When Sam disappears thanks to a snap of Thanos’ fingers, Sarah Wilson’s entire world is turned upside down. She was left without her parents or her brother, and two young children to raise.

Sarah keeps her family together and runs the family business, though she makes it clear when Sam returns home how difficult that is. His steadfastness is in line with that of the trustworthy and stubborn Taurus.

10 Gemini: Lemar

Lemar Hoskins is not the stereotype of Gemini that an audience often sees. Geminis are often thought of as social butterflies due to their communication skills, or really great spies due to their adaptability. Lemar’s Gemini traits emerge in his friendship with John Walker.

When Walker has doubts about himself, it is Lemar who convinces him to be Captain America. He is also the one who most often communicates with Bucky and Sam in their first encounters when they can’t stand Walker. Lemar knows exactly what to say to persuade. It’s that ability to read people and give them a confidence boost that exemplifies Gemini.

9 Cancer: Karli

Although she has been an antagonist in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, there is no denying that Karli has a big heart. It is her own compassion that made her the leader among the Flag Smashers.

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Cancers are one of the most empathetic signs. They feel everything deeply and connect with new friends quickly. Karli just wants the world to be a better place for those who have been displaced by the Blip. His methods are violent and questionable, but he really wants to do the right thing.

8 Leo: walker

Falcon Winter Soldier John Walker Captain America

When presented, John Walker is the government’s response to no longer having Captain America. He’s supposed to be the perfect soldier, but he’s also someone in the spotlight.

Initially, it seems like he doesn’t like being the one everyone is watching. However, that is not entirely true. He thrives under cameras and interviews, presenting himself as the perfect candidate. Walker is initially someone who wants to be on the right side of the story, and he believes that the spotlight from wielding the shield will help him do that. That’s why it’s Leo. Leo lives for the attention of others.

7 Virgo: low

Daniel Bruhl as Zemo in Falcon and Winter Soldier

Zemo is the man with a plan. He may originally be a villain, but he is the most organized and prepared of all. Zemo carries out a foolproof plan to get out of prison and immediately has apartments and vehicles ready for him and his allies.

That planner exudes Virgo energy. However, Zemo also shows the more sensitive side of being Virgo. Offer Turkish delight to children in exchange for information. It is clear that he is manipulating them to get what he wants. On the other hand, he seems to genuinely care about the children and what is going to happen to them.

6 Libra: Ayo

Ayo confronts Bucky about releasing Zemo

Ayo is a surprising addition to the series. As one of the highest ranking members of Dora Milaje, her presence indicates how seriously Wakanda is taking Zemo’s escape. Ayo has to do with justice for her fallen king.

Their commitment to justice is a lot like Libra’s obsession with balancing the scales. Libras make good teammates because they work well with others, always ready to examine all sides of an argument in their pursuit of justice. Ayo already knows all sides of the argument that Bucky teamed up with Zemo, and kindly gives him a timeline. When the allotted time passes, she brings reinforcements.

5 Scorpio: Raynor

Bucky and Sam in therapy together in Falcon and the Winter Soldier

One of the conditions of Bucky’s forgiveness for the Winter Soldier’s crimes is therapy. It doesn’t seem to be really helping him as he lies to his therapist and continues to have nightmares. That could be because Raynor seems to be aggressively trying to unravel Bucky’s mystery rather than coming up with exercises that actually help.

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Raynor’s desire to “solve” the riddle that Bucky is is a lot like a Scorpio’s love of mystery. Their aggressive approach to his therapy – taking him out to a police room as their patient and having Sam join them for a session – is also part of Scorpio’s ambitious attitude.

4 Sagittarius: Selby

The audience doesn’t see much of Selby when the show goes to Madripoor. A bar owner and someone who apparently knows everything about everyone, Selby could have been a fun character to spend more time with. Unfortunately, it wasn’t meant to be.

With his unique place among Madripoor’s criminal elite, Selby commands a certain respect and maintains a certain freedom. She seems to make the decisions and does so with a smile. Your enjoyment of your job and your insistence on knowing the whole story is like a Sagittarius enjoying a good debate.

3 Capricorn: Sharon

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Sharon Carter

When Sharon’s past as Peggy Carter’s niece and an accomplished SHIELD agent is revealed, she looks like the model of an obligate Capricorn. He wants to make Peggy proud, but he’s also struggling to find his own place in a competitive line of work.

When Sharon risks everything to help Steve, Sam and Bucky in Captain America: Civil War, his career is over and he goes on the run. However, her Capricorn instincts take over, leading her to climb to the confines of Madripoor’s criminal circles.

two Aquarium: Torres

Falcon and Winter Soldier Danny Ramirez as Joaquin Torres

Inspired by a character who turns into a Falcon in the Marvel comics, Joaquín Torres is a soldier who quickly connects with Sam. He knows that he has a set path that he is supposed to follow and rules that he is not supposed to break. That doesn’t stop Torres from investigating the Flag Smashers on his own and reaching out to Sam when he finds out how dangerous they are.

Aquarians are known to be a bit rebellious. They don’t like to take the path someone else chooses for them. That’s exactly what Torres is, finding his own way in a world of uniforms and guidelines, breaking the rules to do the right thing.

1 Pisces: Bucky

Bucky Knife Catch in Falcon and Winter Soldier

Astrology enthusiasts often think of Pisces as the most emotional of the zodiac signs, and the one most likely to escape a dream. Fans probably won’t think of Bucky Barnes as the most emotional, but that’s largely because his emotions haven’t been his for decades.

Pisces tend to get very lost in their own thoughts, escaping from the world around them. Bucky does that too, often keeping his thoughts to himself rather than making his own opinion heard, until he can’t help but criticize someone. He also finds ways to deal with his past as the Winter Soldier in ways that could be considered escapists, such as befriending the father of a man he killed.

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