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"There was an idea. Bring together a group of remarkable people to see if we could become something more. That way, when they needed us, we could fight the battles that they never could. Together."
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Active Avengers

     Sergeant Bucky Barnes, US Army / The Winter Soldier 

For the canon tropes regarding Bucky, see MCU: Bucky Barnes.


Birth Name: James Buchanan Barnes

Known Aliases: Bucky Barnes

Species: Enhanced human

Citizenship: American

Original Reality: Earth-62338

Affiliation(s): Avengers

Portrayed By: Sebastian Stan

Appearances: Avengers: Endgame (Dragonis Prime), Sam Wilson: Captain America

"The plan has too many loose ends, Luis. We're counting on Scott not being seen or stepped on, Laura being let through the front door, the door to the lab having a control panel, the scientist being into girls..."
Bucky Barnes, Sam Wilson: Captain America


Having fallen victim to Thanos' Snap, Bucky was returned to life by Bruce Banner and joined his fellow Avengers in the final battle against the alternate Thanos. After the battle, Bucky joined Sam Wilson in keeping watch over the Earth.



     Sharon Carter / Agent 13 

For the canon tropes regarding Sharon, see her section in MCU: United States Government.


Birth Name: Sharon Carter

Known Aliases: Agent 13

Species: Human

Citizenship: American

Original Reality: Earth-62338

Affiliation(s): JCTC, Avengers

Portrayed By: Emily VanCamp

Appearances: Avengers: Endgame (Dragonis Prime), Sam Wilson: Captain America

"Always nice to have backup. Not always required, though. And I know for a fact I don't have any."
Sharon Carter, Sam Wilson: Captain America


Having fallen victim to Thanos' Snap, Sharon was returned to life by Bruce Banner and joined the Avengers in the final battle against the alternate Thanos. Returning to the JCTC after the conflict, Sharon continued her work as Agent 13.



     Captain Carol 'Avenger' Danvers, USAF / Captain Marvel 

For the canon tropes regarding Carol, see her section in MCU: Avengers and Allies.


Birth Name: Carol Danvers

Known Aliases: Captain Marvel, Warbird

Species: Kree/Human Hybrid

Citizenship: American

Original Reality: Earth-62338

Affiliation(s): Avengers

Portrayed By: Brie Larson

Appearances: Avengers: Endgame (Dragonis Prime), Guardians Of The Galaxy Volume 3, Captain Marvel: Phalanx

"Carol here. What do you need, Fury? Fury? Are you there? Damn it."


Summoned to Earth by the dying Nick Fury, Carol Danvers joined the Avengers in an attempt to reverse the Snap. Discovering Thanos destroyed the Stones, she aided in the Reality Heist to bring back the Stones, losing even more in the process. Devastated by the loss of Maria Rambeau, she returned to protecting the universe in the aftermath.



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     Harley Keener / Iron Man II 

For the canon tropes regarding Harley, see MCU: Citizens.


Birth Name: Harley Keener

Known Aliases: Iron Man

Species: Human

Citizenship: American

Original Reality: Earth-62338

Affiliation(s): Avengers

Portrayed By: Ty Simpkins

Appearances: Captain Marvel: Phalanx

"Yeah, I flew in last night. Tony wanted me around because he's doing some big gala this Friday."
Harley Keener, Captain Marvel: Phalanx


A remarkably intelligent boy from Tennessee, Harley originally met Tony during the Mandarin Crisis. Staying in contact with Stark over the years, Keener eventually fell victim to Thanos' Snap. Brought back to life by Bruce Banner, Harley reunited with his mentor and friend, taking up his mantle as Iron Man so Tony could retire to a life of quiet fatherhood.




Iron Man II Armour (Model 1)

Appearances: Captain Marvel: Phalanx

Designer(s):: Tony Stark, Harley Keener

Wielders: Harley Keener

Harley Keener's first Iron Man armour.


  • Blade Below the Shoulder: He deploys the same one Tony used against Thanos on Titan.
  • Collapsible Helmet: The suit features one.
  • Epic Flail: Harley manifests one to destroy an Ultron Sentry.
  • Instant Armor: Like the Mark 50 and 51 before it.
  • Mythology Gag: The armour's colour scheme is a reference to Iron Lad.
  • Nanomachines: Like the ones that make up the Mark 50.
  • Palette Swap: It's the Mark 50, but with silver instead of gold and green Arc Reactors, eyes, and repulsors.
  • Rule of Cool: Harley could have put his glasses on his face to allow the faceplate to form, but he put them on his forehead to allow for the signature mask clang.
  • Transformation Trinket: His watch, bracelet, glasses and shoes store his armour. Having the nanites stored in more than just a single chest reactor likely means Harley has more nanites at his disposal.
  • Walking Armory: Like the Mark 50, though Harley chooses to manifest different weapons.

     Wanda Maximoff / Scarlet Witch 

For the canon tropes regarding Wanda, see her section in MCU: New Avengers.


Birth Name: Wanda Maximoff

Known Aliases: Scarlet Witch, Sorcerer Supreme

Species: Enhanced human

Citizenship: Sokovian

Original Reality: Earth-62338

Affiliation(s): Avengers, Masters of the Mystic Arts

Portrayed By: Elizabeth Olsen

Appearances: Avengers: Endgame (Dragonis Prime), Guardians Of The Galaxy Volume 3, Captain Marvel: Phalanx, MCFFU One-Shots

"I much prefer Sorcerer Supreme nowadays. And you won't get them without a fight."


After Thanos' Snap, Wanda faded to dust. However, she found herself pulled into the Soul Realm. Given the mantle of Sorcerer Supreme by Doctor Strange and the task of continuing the fight to restore what was lost, the Scarlet Witch's power has never been greater.



  • Action Girl: Thanks to gaining knowledge in the Mystical Arts, Wanda is this more than ever.
  • Badass Boast: Wanda pulls off a few.
    • To Hela and Ares in Chapter 11 when she traps them in the Mirror Dimension during their attack on Wakanda:
    Wanda:"Take a look in the mirror. You're in my world now."
    • To the alternate Thanos in Chapter 21 when he calls her a witch and says he will be taking the Time and Reality Stones from her:
    Wanda:"I much prefer Sorcerer Supreme nowadays. And you won't get them without a fight."
  • Badass Bookworm: Wanda spends plenty of time in the Sanctum's library, searching for ways to return the heroes scattered through reality.
  • Badass Cape: The Cloak of Levitation, naturally.
  • Boring, but Practical: Wanda says her reasoning for using the Ruby Rings of Raggadorr is this.
  • Expository Hairstyle Change: Wanda returns to her natural hair colour and cuts it shorter off-screen to signify the passage of time and her increase in both self-confidence and magical power.
  • Foil: She serves as this to both Corvus Glaive and Proxima Midnight.
    • She and Corvus are both mystically empowered heroes whose hatred of Thanos comes from what he did to or refused to do for their loved ones.
    • She and Proxima both possess more raw power than their respective significant others, but lack much of their Vision and Corvus' subtlety.
  • Functional Magic: Comes with her studying the Mystic Arts
    • Doppelgänger Attack: She combines the Images of Ikonn with the Sacred Sabre of the Vishanti to attack Ares from multiple angles at once.
    • Hand Blast: Wanda uses a few variations of this.
      • In the fight against Ares and Hela, the spell that puts them in the Mirror Dimension is a pulse of light from Wanda's hands.
      • In the final battle, she wields both the Bolts of Balthakk and the Seven Suns of Cinnibus.
    • Healing Magic Is the Hardest: Wanda says that the healing spell Chronos' Convalescence was a hard spell to learn.
    • Me's a Crowd: Wanda makes use of the Images of Ikonn in a fight against Ares in order to have multiple swords going at him at once.
    • Thinking Up Portals: Thanks to her Sling Ring, Wanda is capable of generating these. Like Strange in Infinity War, Wanda uses her portals in conjunction with other heroes for tag team attacks.
    • Time Master: Using the Eye of Agamotto, Wanda is capable of freezing and altering the flow of time. However, she does say that freezing it is far easier than reversing it. She is, however, still able to restore Proxima Midnight's body with the Stone.
  • Instant Costume Change: She uses the Cloak of Levitation to transform her attire into her superhero suit.
  • Magical Gesture: Wanda uses plenty of them.
  • Mundane Utility: She uses both her natural powers and her learned magic to levitate objects such as a scone or a book so she can multitask.
  • Offscreen Moment of Awesome: In the three years the other Avengers were gone, she, Vision, Supergiant, Pepper, Wong, and the Outriders defended not just Earth, but the universe. She specifically mentions defeating Ultron again.
  • Squishy Wizard: Wanda may be powerful, but a single headbutt from Thanos is enough to give her a bloody nose and stop her from making a meaningful counterattack.
  • Take a Level in Badass: Wanda has certainly taken one in this universe. After training with Strange and Loki in the Soul Realm, she is given possession of the Cloak of Levitation and later the Time Stone, as well as the title of Sorcerer Supreme in Strange's absence.
  • You Are in Command Now: Strange passes the mantle of Sorcerer Supreme down to Wanda in his absence.

     Colonel James 'Rhodey' 'Warbird' Rhodes, USAF / War Machine 

For the canon tropes regarding Rhodes, see MCU: New Avengers.


Birth Name: James Rhodes

Known Aliases: War Machine

Species: Human

Citizenship: American

Original Reality: Earth-62338

Affiliation(s): Avengers

Portrayed By: Don Cheadle

Appearances: Avengers: Endgame (Dragonis Prime), Captain Marvel: Phalanx

"That's the hero life, Carol. We save who we can, remember those we can't. But we move forward. For their sake and ours."
James Rhodes, Captain Marvel: Phalanx


In the aftermath of Thanos' Snap, James Rhodes remained with the other surviving Avengers on Earth. Helping Shuri get to the Necropolis so she could obtain the Heart-Shaped Herb. Returning to the Avengers Facility with the rest of his team, Rhodey aided in the planning of the Reality Heist. Travelling to Morag with Hulk and Nebula to obtain the Power Stone, he returned five years later to discover that three years had passed. Aiding his fellow Avengers in fighting off Thanos-842667, Rhodey attempted to kill the Mad Titan with his Proton Cannon but failed. In the aftermath of the Battle of Earth, Rhodey joined the other heroes at the wedding of Tony Stark and Pepper Potts. A few weeks later, he traveled to Louisiana alongside Carol Danvers, Supergiant, Monica Rambeau, Talos, Goose and Nick Fury to mourn the death of Maria Rambeau.




War Machine Armour Mark 4

Appearances: Avengers: Endgame (Dragonis Prime), Captain Marvel: Phalanx

Designer(s):: Tony Stark

Wielders: James Rhodes

"FRIDAY, Override Code Whiskey Alfa Romeo Four!"
Harley Keener deploying the armour, Captain Marvel: Phalanx

The armour Rhodey wore during the Battle of Wakanda.



War Machine Armour Mark 5

Appearances: Avengers: Endgame (Dragonis Prime), Captain Marvel: Phalanx

Designer(s):: Tony Stark

Wielders: James Rhodes

"Jocasta, send me the Big Gun"
James Rhodes deploying the armour's Proton Cannon, Avengers: Endgame (Dragonis Prime)

The armour Rhodey wore during both the Reality Heist and the Battle of Earth.


  • BFG: The Proton Cannon.
  • The Cameo: Its appearance Captain Marvel: Phalanx. Rhodey wears it in the first few chapters to fly around until Vision gives him a suit designed for outer space before it appears again in a Flashback.
  • Hand Blast: Rhodey makes use of large quad-barreled repulsors in the final battle while fighting alongside Tony and Pepper.
  • Mythology Gag: The Proton Cannon Rhodey wields is a reference to the weapon's appearances in the various Marvel vs. Capcom games.
  • Static Stun Gun: Rhodey uses it to taser Star-Lord on Morag.
  • Wave Motion Gun: The Proton Cannon fires a massive beam powerful enough that it starts tearing apart Thanos-842667's armour.


War Machine Armour Mark 6

Appearances: Captain Marvel: Phalanx

Designer(s):: Vision

Wielders: James Rhodes

"How do I look?"
James Rhodes upon first donning the armour, Captain Marvel: Phalanx

The armour Rhodey wore during the Second Ultron Offensive.


  • Blue Is Heroic: It includes blue as part of its colour scheme.
  • More Dakka: The suit has even more visible weapons than past suits.
  • Mythology Gag: The various weapons and green power lights call to mind Rhodey's Initiative armour, while the hexagonal pattern is expressly mentioned to resemble Tony's Mark 39 Gemini armour as seen in Iron Man 3.

     Supergiant 


Birth Name: Nednyh

Known Aliases: Supergiant

Species: Mutant Ni-Kuyh

Citizenship: Ni-Kuyh (Formerly)

Original Reality: Earth-62338

Affiliation(s): Black Order (Formerly), Avengers

Portrayed By: Maisie Richardson-Sellers

Appearances: Avengers: Endgame (Dragonis Prime), Guardians Of The Galaxy Volume 3, Captain Marvel: Phalanx

"Wanda Maximoff, Vision. My name is Supergiant. I am a former comrade of Proxima Midnight's. I have come to take her to her homeworld to give her a burial."


A former member of the Black Order and a comrade of Carol Danvers, Supergiant came to Earth in the aftermath of Thanos' Snap to give the fallen members of the Black Order a respectful burial. After joining the Avengers in the battle against the alternate Thanos, Supergiant resumed her adventures with Carol Danvers.



     Vision 

For the canon tropes regarding Vision, see his section in MCU: New Avengers.


Birth Name: Vision

Known Aliases: None

Species: Android

Citizenship: Asgardian

Original Reality: Earth-62338

Affiliation(s): Avengers, Masters of the Mystic Arts

Portrayed By: Paul Bettany

Appearances: Avengers: Endgame (Dragonis Prime), Guardians Of The Galaxy Volume 3, Captain Marvel: Phalanx, MCFFU One-Shots

"On the contrary, Colonel. I am the only one who can do it."


Despite having the Mind Stone ripped from his head, Vision's soul survived. In the Soul Realm, he joined the other heroes before returning to Earth with Wanda, Groot, and Peter Parker as part of Stephen Strange and Loki's plan to obtain alternate reality versions of the soon to be destroyed Infinity Stones. Lacking the skill to bring the heroes back from their journey to obtain the Stones at first, Vision was only able to return them after three years. Joining the Avengers and his fellow Oathbrothers in the final battle against the alternate Thanos, Vision later joined the Masters of the Mystic Arts in protecting reality from supernatural and metaphysical threats.



  • The Cameo: He shows up in Guardians Of The Galaxy Volume 3 after Corvus calls him to say the Soul Stone has been stolen.
  • Carry a Big Stick: Vision's mace, Thunderstrike.
  • Foreshadowing: Vision mentions being able to control rain with the Reality Stone. He later gains the ability to control another kind of Storm
  • Precision F-Strike: Vision gets one in Chapter 12, much to Wanda's shock.
    Vision: "You've got to be shitting me."
    Wanda looks at him in shock.
    Vision: "What?"
  • Reality Warper: After replacing the stolen Mind Stone with the Reality Stone, Vision becomes this. He is able to bridge temporal realities, transform his body into other materials, and can feel the very atoms of the universe.
    Vision: "The Mind Stone was one thing. It gave me knowledge, allowed me to predict people's thoughts, gave me mild psychic abilities. But Reality? I can feel the universe, Wanda. It terrifies me. I can feel the rain, I can command it. I believe I can command anything if I try hard enough."
  • Shock and Awe: Wields a mace with all the same powers as Mjolnir, and uses Mjolnir, Stormbreaker, and Jarnbjorn in conjunction with the other Oathbrothers in the final battle. He also enchants this lightning with his Reality Stone to destroy the alternate Thanos' Reality Stone.
  • Takes One to Kill One: Vision uses the power of his Reality Stone and the lightning of four Asgardian weapons to destroy the alternate Thanos' Reality Stone.


Reality Stone

Appearances: Avengers: Endgame (Dragonis Prime), Guardians Of The Galaxy Volume 3, Captain Marvel: Phalanx, MCFFU One-Shots

Designer(s):: Unknown

Wielders: Vision, Tony Stark, Wanda Maximoff

"I... The Mind Stone was one thing. It gave me knowledge, allowed me to predict people's thoughts, gave me mild psychic abilities. But Reality? I can feel the universe, Wanda. It terrifies me. I can feel the rain, I can command it. I believe I can command anything if I try hard enough."
Vision on the Reality Stone, Avengers: Endgame (Dragonis Prime)

One of the six Infinity Stones offering governance over an aspect of the universe, and the only one left of the ones originally from Earth-62338.


  • Power Crystal: A red one.
  • Reality Warper: It offers infinite power over physical reality. It's used at various times to augment one's physical form, modify and empower weapons, and open a doorway into alternate realities.
  • Red Is Heroic: It's the Stone that gives the Avengers a chance to restore the Snapped 50% of the universe.
  • The Remnant: The last surviving Infinity Stone from Earth-62338.
  • Takes One to Kill One: Vision uses it in conjunction with the weapons of the Oathbrothers to destroy the alternate Thanos' Reality Stone.


Thunderstrike

Appearances: Avengers: Endgame (Dragonis Prime), Guardians Of The Galaxy Volume 3, MCFFU One-Shots

Designer(s):: Eitri

Wielders: Vision, Steve Rogers, Thor Odinson, Beta Ray Bill

"Thunderstrike. Whoever holds this mace, if they be worthy, shall possess the power of Thor."
Eitri's words upon creating Thunderstrike, Avengers: Endgame (Dragonis Prime)

A mace with identical powers to Mjolnir created by Eitri for Vision.


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     Sam Wilson / The Falcon / Captain America II 

For the canon tropes regarding Sam, see his section in MCU: New Avengers.


Birth Name: Samuel Thomas Wilson

Known Aliases: The Falcon, Captain America

Species: Human

Citizenship: American

Original Reality: Earth-62338

Affiliation(s): Avengers

Portrayed By: Anthony Mackie

Appearances: Avengers: Endgame (Dragonis Prime), Sam Wilson: Captain America

"My name is Sam Wilson, and I'm Captain America."


Having fallen victim to Thanos' Snap, Sam was returned to life by Bruce Banner and joined his fellow Avengers in the final battle against the alternate Thanos. After the battle, Sam took up the shield and mantle of Captain America at the request of Steve Rogers.




Former Avengers

     Agent Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow 

For the canon tropes regarding Natasha, see MCU: Black Widow.


Birth Name: Natalia Alianova Romanoff

Known Aliases: Black Widow

Species: Human

Citizenship: Russian (Formerly), American

Original Reality: Earth-62338

Affiliation(s): Avengers

Portrayed By: Scarlett Johansson

Appearances: Avengers: Endgame (Dragonis Prime), Guardians Of The Galaxy Volume 3

"Just like Steve said. We win together, we lose together."


In the wake of Thanos' Snap, Natasha rejoined the Avengers in an attempt to bring back the fallen. Journeying to Vormir in search of the Soul Stone as part of the Avengers' Reality Heist, Natasha admitted her feelings for Steve Rogers while there. Upon returning, Natasha was given the Uru weapon Knífrlocke to fight against the alternate Thanos that had followed the reality crossing Avengers. In the aftermath of the Battle of Earth, Natasha joined Steve in a quasi-retirement, leaving Earth in search of adventure and exploration.



  • Armed Legs: Natasha's is given armoured boots by Eitri with deployable blades.
  • Badass Normal: She fights alongside her fellow surviving original Avengers against Thanos despite only being armed with her guns, her batons, and a pair of boots with knives in them.
  • Dye or Die: She still has her blonde hair from being on the run, but Thanos and Steve's road-trip though reality showed she also adopted black hair for a period of time.
  • Eating the Eye Candy: Natasha mentions she wouldn't object to seeing Steve Rogers shirtless.
  • Love Confession: Natasha and Steve confess their love for each other on Vormir. Both see it as their Dying Declaration of Love before they sacrifice themselves for the Soul Stone.
  • Made of Iron: She survives a hit from the Power Stone. Justified in that it immediately takes her out of commission from the initial phase of the battle.
  • Seen It All: Natasha talks about the state of the Avengers' universe to Scott Lang.
    "Scott, you're in a room with an orange horse alien with the powers of a god, a talking raccoon, and a sentient tree. The bar for crazy is really damn high."


Knífrlocke

Appearances: Avengers: Endgame (Dragonis Prime)

Designer(s):: Eitri

Wielders: Natasha Romanoff

"Knífrlocke, the Spider's Knife. The blades convert spilled blood into poison that you may unleash when you so choose."
Vision's words upon giving Knífrlocke to Natasha Romanoff, Avengers: Endgame (Dragonis Prime)

A pair of mystical boots forged by Eitri for Natasha Romanoff.


     Captain Steve Rogers, US Army / Captain America I / The Nomad 

For the canon tropes regarding Steve, see MCU: Captain America.


Birth Name: Steven Grant Rogers

Known Aliases: Captain America, The Nomad

Species: Enhanced human

Citizenship: American

Original Reality: Earth-62338

Affiliation(s): Avengers

Portrayed By: Chris Evans

Appearances: Avengers: Endgame (Dragonis Prime), Guardians Of The Galaxy Volume 3, Captain Marvel: Phalanx (Dream Sequence)

"All these years, I've been trying to move on. Before Sokovia, I talked about the battle being about if Ultron was right. I wasn't just talking to the team. I was talking about myself. Ultron said I was pretending I could live without a war. I still don't know if he was right. The last thing Peggy said to me before she forgot the past twenty years of her life was that sometimes the best thing to do is start over. I tried to start over. Sam, the Avengers, you. Then I lost the Avengers because I got Bucky back. I lost Sam and half the universe because I refused to trade one life. Some people can move on. But not us. But not me."


In the aftermath of Thanos' Snap, Steve Rogers resumed his role leading the Avengers in a quest to bring back those lost. Taking up the mantle of Captain America for one last mission, Steve traveled across realities to recover the Soul Stone from Vormir, admitting his feelings to Natasha Romanoff in the process. Returning to find an alternate Thanos had followed the reality jumping Avengers, Rogers took up the hammer Mjolnir to fight in the battle. Afterwards, he passed his shield and title to Sam Wilson before retiring from the Avengers to travel the cosmos with Natasha Romanoff.




Mjolnir II

Appearances: Avengers: Endgame (Dragonis Prime), Guardians Of The Galaxy Volume 3, Captain Marvel: Phalanx (Dream Sequence)

Wielders: Steve Rogers, Thor Odinson, Beta Ray Bill, Vision, Carol Danvers (Dream Sequence)

"Whoever holds that hammer, if he be worthy, shall possess the power of Thor. I can't think of anyone more worthy than you, Steve."
Thor Odinson's words upon gifting Mjolnir to Steve Rogers, Avengers: Endgame (Dragonis Prime)

The original weapon of Thor Odinson, reforged by Eitri after its destruction by Hela and taken up by Steve Rogers.


     Tony Stark / Iron Man I 

For the canon tropes regarding Tony, see MCU: Iron Man.


Birth Name: Anthony Edward Stark

Known Aliases: Iron Man

Species: Human

Citizenship: American

Original Reality: Earth-62338

Affiliation(s): Avengers

Portrayed By: Robert Downey Jr.

Appearances: Avengers: Endgame (Dragonis Prime), MCFFU One-Shots

"Pepper. You've been my rock. My armour. My world. You're the proof I have a heart, and every time I see you, that heart soars. You are the most capable, qualified, trustworthy person I've ever met. Without you, there wouldn't be an Iron Man. Before this whole Thanos thing, I said no more surprises, but I'm glad I was able to pull off one last one. I love you infinitely."


In the aftermath of Thanos' Snap, Tony Stark departed from Titan in the company of Nebula and Corvus Glaive. Spending 22 days in space before being rescued by Carol Danvers, Stark returned to Earth. Not being well enough to join the Avengers in their mission to The Garden, he remained on Earth to work on his armour in the event he would need to fight Thanos again. When Thanos destroyed the Stones, Tony worked with Vision, Scott Lang, Bruce Banner, Peter Parker, and Carol Danvers in bridging the gap between realities. Suiting up for one last mission, Iron Man departed for Asgard in search of the Infinity Gauntlet and the Reality Stone. Returning three years later to discover that not only did he now have twin children, but also that an alternate Thanos had followed the Avengers. The Armoured Avenger received a weapon from Nidevellir called Hugrstál and joined Natasha Romanoff, Steve Rogers, Thor Odinson, and Hulk in holding him off until the Snap could be reversed. Using Hugrstál to steal the Infinity Stones away from the alternate Thanos, Tony snapped his fingers and ended his threat at the cost of his own arm. In the aftermath, Stark wed Pepper Potts before retiring from heroics to raise his children.



  • Action Dad: What Tony becomes after returning from the Reality Heist to discover that he and Pepper had twins in the three years he had been gone.
  • An Arm and a Leg: Part of Corvus' plan to take the Infinity Stones from the alternate Thanos involves the loss of Tony's left arm. Stark goes through with it.
  • Artificial Limbs: Following the loss of his left arm, Tony adopts a prosthetic similar in appearance to his Iron Man suits.
  • Cyborg: Becomes one when he replaces his missing arm with a cybernetic one.
  • The Engineer: Per his MCU counterpart. He teams up with Scott Lang and Vision to pierce the dimension barriers.
  • The Nicknamer: Tony maintains this trait, referring to Corvus as "Spear of Destiny".
  • Spanner in the Works: Tony is designed to be one against Thanos by Eitri, who put an enchantment on Stark's armour that allows him to absorb the Infinity Stones from the Gauntlet.


Iron Man Armour Mark 51 / Model Prime

Appearances: Avengers: Endgame (Dragonis Prime)

Designer(s):: Tony Stark

Wielders: Tony Stark

"You may be inevitable, but I... am Iron Man."
Tony Stark's words before snapping his fingers, Avengers: Endgame (Dragonis Prime)

Tony Stark's final Iron Man armour.


  • Nanomachines: Like the ones that make up the Mark 50, except more advanced. This is likely due to the enhancement from Hugrstál.
  • Walking Armory: Like the Mark 50.


Other Heroes

     Quentin Beck / Mysterio 

For the canon tropes regarding Quentin, see his section in MCU: Mysterio.


Birth Name: Quentin Beck

Known Aliases: Mysterio

Species: Human

Citizenship: American

Original Reality: Earth-49372

Affiliation(s): Avengers (Earth-49372), Masters of the Mystic Arts (Earth-49372)

Portrayed By: Jake Gyllenhaal

Appearances: Sam Wilson: Captain America, MCFFU One-Shots

"My name is Quentin Beck. I'm a friend of Peter's. I just fought two people calling themselves 'Horsemen of Apocalypse'. They were after the source of the Elementals. That source being none other than the Red Skull."
Quentin Beck, Sam Wilson: Captain America


Quentin Beck hails from a world taken over by HYDRA after the Insight Crisis. Joining the Masters of the Mystic Arts and the Avengers as a member of a resistance against HYDRA, Quentin fought alongside them until his world's Thanos came calling in search of the Infinity Stones on Earth. When HYDRA refused, Beck's world was torn apart. Thanks to the recovered Reality Stone, he was sent to Earth-62338 in hopes of at least something of their world surviving. Joining Peter Parker in fighting against the Elementals cropping up around the world, Quentin brings his magical and mystical might to Earth-62338 as Mysterio.



  • Adaptational Badass: Beck is a mere technician/stuntman in the comics, while being an actual Master of the Mystic Arts in the MCFFU. The only person seen taking him down so far is a Soul Stone empowered Red Skull in Chapter 12 of Sam Wilson: Captain America. Quentin also notably possesses magical spells not seen used anywhere else in the MCFFU, likely due to him hailing from another universe.
  • Adaptational Heroism: He shares the Spider-Man: Far From Home take on heroism as a sorcerer from another reality. Unlike in Far From Home, however, this backstory is true and he actually possesses these magical abilities.
  • Adaptational Nice Guy: Ties in with his heroism. He's friendly with Peter and May Parker to the point where he's allowed to sleep on their couch.
  • Adaptational Superpower Change: Mysterio is completely powerless in the comics, relying on special effects and stuntman training. In the MCFFU, he's a full-fledged sorcerer.
  • Ambiguously Gay: When asked about the wedding ring Beck wears on Tumblr, the author used the gender neutral term of 'spouse'.
  • Badass Boast: Quentin has one before fighting Mystique and Zemo in Chapter 12 of Sam Wilson: Captain America.
    Quentin: "No, but I did fight the end times once. And I won."
  • Badass Cape: A nice green one.
  • Bash Brothers: Him and Peter Parker.
  • Crapsack World: Quentin hails from one ruled by HYDRA and devastated by Thanos.
  • Fishbowl Helmet: Like he has in the comics. It seems to solely be used to maintain his mystique rather than have any actual combat benefit.
  • Functional Magic:
  • Intergenerational Friendship: He and Peter are close friends despite Quentin being somewhere in his 30's.
  • Logical Weakness: Magic draws from the soul. Quentin tears through Beetle, Mystique, and Zemo with ease, but falls victim to the Soul Stone empowered Red Skull.
  • Master Swordsman: Mysterio is noticeably comfortable with Excalibur's Exalted Edge and wields it like a rapier. He's easily able to match and defeat Zemo, the current Horseman of War.
  • Magic Knight: Wields magical spells, but is most certainly an accomplished physical fighter.
  • Offscreen Moment of Awesome: Quentin takes on the Elementals alongside Peter Parker. The only piece of it actually shown is a brief news report of him fighting Molten-Man.
  • Red/Green Contrast: Beck is the calm, mystical green to Peter Parker's excited, technological red.
  • Sole Survivor: Of a Crapsack World, as mentioned above.
  • Tragic Keepsake: His wedding ring.

     Marc Spector / Moon Knight 


Birth Name: Marc Spector

Known Aliases: Moon Knight

Species: Human

Citizenship: Egyptian

Original Reality: Earth-62338

Affiliation(s): Avengers

Portrayed By: Rami Malek

Appearances: Avengers: Endgame (Dragonis Prime)

"Captain, I told you that Marc is fine."


A black market dealer operating out of Egypt and a vigilante known as 'Moon Knight', Marc Spector is the perfect contact for the hero on the run.



     Pietro Maximoff / Quicksilver 

For the canon tropes regarding Pietro, see his section in MCU: New Avengers.


Birth Name: Pietro Maximoff

Known Aliases: Quicksilver

Species: Enhanced human

Citizenship: Sokovian

Original Reality: Earth-62338

Affiliation(s): Avengers

Portrayed By: Aaron Taylor Johnson

Appearances: Avengers: Endgame (Dragonis Prime)

"Frankly, I feel my older brotherly duty to protect her is moot."


Returned to life by Bruce Banner's use of the Infinity Gauntlet, Pietro joined the other Avengers in the final battle against Thanos.



  • Back from the Dead: Bruce Banner restores him with the Infinity Gauntlet.
  • Bullet Time: Joins his sister, who makes use of the Time Stone to reach his speed, in attacking the alternate Proxima and Corvus.


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