I've noticed that you've corrected the Iron Man armor designation; thanks so much!
I was wondering if you could rename two other pages, too?
1) Valkyries - the team of all-female Asgardian warriors is called Valkyrie and it's the same in both singular & plural. Hence, Massacre of the Valkyrie and not Massacre of the Valkyries. However, the "Valkyrie" page is used for Brunnhilde. I was thinking perhaps renaming it to "Valkyrie (group}" or something alone those lines?
2) Duel at the Bifrost Bridge = this is incorrrect, since they're fighting on the Rainbow Bridge, not the Bifrost. Hence why the battle at the end of Thor: Ragnarok is Battle of the Rainbow Bridge and not "Battle of the Bifrost Bridge". Could you rename it to "Duel at the Rainbow Bridge" please?
I will help you with replacing the links on the pages if you could rename those.
Hi Elledy92, when Rogers went back to in between 1945 - 1949, he married Peggy Carter. If Steve was her husband, then what of her children? In Captain America: The Winter Soldier, it only shows Peggy and her children, but not the husband. It remains mystery of course, but my theory tells me that could be Steve Rogers. I think that explains why he wasn't shown in the pic, perhaps to be kept secret until the Avengers: Endgame. In 1953, she mentioned her husband, but not his name. Something tells me that it was Steve Rogers, and she kept his existence a secret and had to make it up. Now if it is alternate, her children don't exist in the timeline, but I might be mistaken. What are your thoughts?
Hi Spenpiano. My idea about the time travel is the same as the director: Peggy Cater married an uknown man in the 50s in this timeline, and it wasn't Steve Rogers.
When Steve Rogers traveled back in time in 2023, to put back the Stones in their original timeline, he did a last jump in 1948(?) and create a new timeline where he married Peggy Carter.
This is because according to Bruce Banner's laws on time you can't go back and change your own past, meaning Cap couldn't possibly have affected the timeline where he belonged.