Trying to track down the mind stone the avengers accidentally stumble upon a secret organization hellbent on fighting these demonic akuma creatures. The avengers are all suddenly involved in a mess and together they uncover dark secrets and terrible truths about the Black Order.
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Fear of Infinity Provides Examples of:
- Adaptational Wimp: The Avengers as a whole while they haven't lost gotten any weaker per say, they're still useless fighting against akuma due to their lack of innocence. Well, that is untill Loki comes up with a way to bind innocence to weapons using magic that they can fight with.
- Energy Bow: It's an Understatement to say that Clint is pretty pleased about his new supply of limitless arrows thanks to the upgrade of innocence he got getting infused in his bow.
- For Want of a Nail: Instead of faking his death like Loki originally did during the Dark World incident, he turned himself in to earth after he was exonerated from Asgard. Preceeding that there was tons of negotiations before they eventually decided to let him redeem himself by working as an avenger under their supervision.
- The Infiltration: Natasha goes undercover in the Black Order as a Finder by order of Fury when they discover there's an entire organization hidden right there under SHIELD's nose the whole time.
- Resignations Not Accepted: Lavi makes it clear to the Avengers early on due to the lack of Innocence users, they're willing to go to drastic means to keep them working for them. Whether that means anything from treating them before anyone else, to tying them down if they try to run, or even transplanting the brain of a dead exorcist into a new body. The only reason the Order isn't forcing the Avengers to stay is because the weapons they weild isn't a true bond with Innocence.
- It Sucks to Be the Chosen One: As Lavi pointed out, Exorcists are very extremely rare to come across. Innocence is very particular about who they bond with and they're usually attracted to people who are at their strongest when the situation is truly dire. In another words, people who's already had pretty crappy childhoods soon find themselves getting "chosen" and are forcefully thrust into a life being higher-up's pawn in an Hopeless War no matter their age.
- With Great Power Comes Great Insanity: It's a well known fact that none of the Exorcists are considered sane by anyone. The Finders avoid them like the plague and even when the Avengers met them personally, they noticed something off about them and that's not even getting into their past. Each of them has enough psychological problems to fill several textbooks by itself. I believe Loki stated it best:Loki: The Soul Stone is very, ah, willful, shall we say. When in pieces and it is often in pieces it tends to bond with humans. It is from there that it is... frightening. The Soul Stone is a powerful magical object. With a bond, it gains close ties to the subject, which gives it a large locus of control. From there... well, I cannot say, for I do not know. But trust me, Director, you do not want to be under the control of a magical object. It is bad for one's state of mind.