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It was said as part of a sentence: Thanos: I take it that Maw is dead? This day extracts a heavy toll. Also, shortly before that scene, Thanos So the toll is losing people he trusted and cared about a lot.


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Comics-based Answer I would say yes, he probably was committed, and that is how to interpret him in the movies, because, in the comics, he is ultimately committed to his goals, even to the point of death. However, in the comics, dying is not a big deal for Thanos. He loved (currently I think he is fascinated by Oblivion, as per Civil War II; I'm not sure ...


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This is Gamora dead: This is Natasha dead: Let's ignore that similar dead posture for a moment :) There seems to be a circle at the base of that cliff. And as Sam mentions in the comments, Red Skull brings them to the top of the cliff and then explains the Soul for a Soul concept. So it appears that the offering of the Soul has to be at the circle. And ...


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My father is many things. A liar is not one of them. Apparently, this is true. I can't find a single instance of Thanos lying about anything. Certainly, his motivations and reasoning are flawed but he holds his beliefs honestly and he's ruthless and powerful enough to follow through without the need to lie about it,. As for the example you gave, Thanos ...


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Thanos needed to survive in order to subsequently destroy the Infinity Stones. If he had disappeared in the snap then someone else would simply have put on the gauntlet and brought everyone back. Therefore he must have planned to survive so he could remove the only way to undo the snap afterwards. Obviously he did not count on his opponents going back in ...


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Thanos’ goal was to irreversibly kill exactly half of all life across the universe, indiscriminately, and without causing the dead any pain or suffering. In order to do this, he would have to have the power to locate all living things, select exactly half at random, make them insensitive to pain, and disintegrate their matter—ideally, in a way that could not ...


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Not all the Infinity Stones are harmful to human touch. As seen on screen only the power, reality and space stones have been shown to be damaging to touch. And the space stone is only harmful when taken out of working machinery while it was being actively used. With that said its possible that the time stone has the magical aura since we see it primarily ...


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Touching the space stone warps you away. Touching the power stone overloads you with power, killing weak beings. Touching the time stone probably makes you infant or makes you old. That's why people choose not to touch it directly.


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There are no official sources for this, just some theories and speculations: One speculation says it can be touched, but just like the power stone, you will suffer the effects of touching an infinity stone (Maybe it kills you, vaporizes you, etc). And that's why the Eye of Agamotto was created: The Eye was created by Agamotto, using the Time Stone as a ...


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