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How can Infinity Stones be handled by everyone in Endgamehumans but almost killed Peter Quill?

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How can Infinity Stones be casually handled by humans when oneeveryone in Endgame but almost killed Star-Lord earlierPeter Quill?

I thought that normal people couldn't handle the Infinity Stones without something to control their power?

The main scene that drives this home for me is the end of Guardians of the Galaxy, where Peter Quill, being part eternal, can barely hold one Infinity Stone but in Endgame they treat them as just stones that anyone can hold.

Can this apparent discrepancy be resolved?

How can Infinity Stones be casually handled by humans when one almost killed Star-Lord earlier?

I thought that normal people couldn't handle the Infinity Stones without something to control their power?

The main scene that drives this home for me is the end of Guardians of the Galaxy, where Peter Quill can barely hold one Infinity Stone but in Endgame they treat them as just stones that anyone can hold.

Can this apparent discrepancy be resolved?

How can Infinity Stones be handled by everyone in Endgame but almost killed Peter Quill?

I thought that normal people couldn't handle the Infinity Stones without something to control their power?

The main scene that drives this home for me is the end of Guardians of the Galaxy, where Peter Quill, being part eternal, can barely hold one Infinity Stone but in Endgame they treat them as just stones that anyone can hold.

Can this apparent discrepancy be resolved?

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How can Infinity stonesStones be casually handled by humans when one almost killed Star-Lord earlier?

I thought that normal people couldn't handle the infinity stonesInfinity Stones without something to control their power?

The main scene that drives this home for me is the end of Guardians of the Galaxy, where Peter Quill can barely hold one Infinity Stone but in Endgame they treat them as just stones that anyone can hold.

Can this apparent discrepancy be resolved?

Infinity stones handled by humans?

I thought that normal people couldn't handle the infinity stones without something to control their power?

The main scene that drives this home for me is the end of Guardians of the Galaxy, where Peter Quill can barely hold one Infinity Stone but in Endgame they treat them as just stones that anyone can hold.

Can this apparent discrepancy be resolved?

How can Infinity Stones be casually handled by humans when one almost killed Star-Lord earlier?

I thought that normal people couldn't handle the Infinity Stones without something to control their power?

The main scene that drives this home for me is the end of Guardians of the Galaxy, where Peter Quill can barely hold one Infinity Stone but in Endgame they treat them as just stones that anyone can hold.

Can this apparent discrepancy be resolved?

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