>>121361783>The bag guys are bad because they kill dogs and children for no reason. >dog
Because Agatha is a terrible and malicious person, and she was trying to provoke Wanda so she could learn how to steal her powers. This is meticulously explained in the last 2 episodes.>children
Superpowered constructs, not children. Hayward is shown multiple times throughout the series to not believe Vision is alive, why would he believe Wanda's illusions are alive?>The journey of grief was rendered pointless because the kids still exist
IF they still exist, they exist somewhere outside the material plane in a state of peril and/or terror. And that's only if you jump to some pretty extreme conclusions based only on the post-credits stinger.>and Vision still exists.
Except he doesn't. His body exists, his memories exist, but that doesn't make him Vision. Once again meticulously spelled out in the scene between Vision and The Vision.>Wanda was told by audience surrogate Monica that she would have done the same thing if she could?
That was compassion, that wasn't endorsement or absolution. She understands Wanda is grieving, and she's smart enough to realize that provoking her is going to continue to escalate the problem. Again, meticulously explained in prior dialogue.>She sold it as Wanda sacrificing something for the town
No, she didn't, you're just a smoothbrain who can't understand character pathos even when it's directly spoon-fed to you.