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* * DecoyProtagonist: Ever since his introduction Cap has appeared to usurp Iron Manís role as the lead of the MCU, with his films having more long lasting consequences then Tonyís more stand alone adventures, culminating in \'\'Civil War\'\' where Tony is an outright HeroAntagonist in Steveís film. However in the GrandFinale that is \'\'Film/AvengersEndgame\'\' itís Tony [[spoiler: who not only figures out how to make Scottís time travel idea a viable means of undoing the Snap but is the one who ultimately puts an end to [[BigBad Thanos]] [[HeroicSacrifice at the cost of his own life]]]] therefore revealing Cap to actually be the overall {{Deuteragonist}} of the MCU\'s \
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* * DecoyProtagonist: Ever since his introduction Cap has appeared to usurp Iron Manís role as the lead of the MCU, with his films having more long lasting consequences then Tonyís more stand alone adventures, culminating in \\\'\\\'Civil War\\\'\\\' where Tony is an outright HeroAntagonist in Steveís film. However in the GrandFinale that is \\\'\\\'Film/AvengersEndgame\\\'\\\' itís Tony [[spoiler: who not only figures out how to make Scottís time travel idea a viable means of undoing the Snap but is the one who ultimately puts an end to [[BigBad Thanos]] [[HeroicSacrifice at the cost of his own life]]]] therefore revealing Cap to actually be the overall {{Deuteragonist}} of the MCU\\\'s \\\"Infinity Saga\\\".

I personally believe that this is not an example, because MCU as a whole is a franchise so it doesn\\\'t have a protagonist by definition. As for individual movies, he is a protagonist in his own movies, and \\\"the Avengers\\\" movies have LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters and no clearly defined protagonist.

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