LadyTevar wrote: ↑2021-02-26 10:45pm
We now know WHY Westview. Seeing that deed to the house lot with "To grow old in - V" damn near broke me.
A lot of the grief stuff really hit me, too.
A feel a bit bad for Construct!Vision - he seems alive (at least as alive as the original Vision) and is capable of independent thought, yet he's also "not real", being a particularly animated figment of Wanda's imagination.
But the point about his energy being gold rather than red might be significant - could it be that the Mind Stone wants something to inhabit? So Wanda might have channeled that energy to create Construct!Vision but unlike the rest of Wandavision Westview he's actually somewhat independent of her. Which also probably explains why he could release people form Wanda's mind control - he isn't just an automaton playing the part, he, too, is somehow channeling the primal energies at play.
he enter White!Vision and thus come back from the dead that way?
Could the kids then, actually, also be independent enough from Wanda's energy - being, perhaps, a cross between the red and yellow energies - to have an independent existence after all this?
Clearly this isn't going to end at the "end" of the series, it's going to tie in with the rest of the MCU somehow.