Why White Vision’s Existence Already Set Up SWORD’s MCU Fate | Pretty Reel

The SWORD agency and its acting director Tyler Hayward have significant in-store repercussions for their recreation of Vision in WandaVision.

Creating the White Vision near the end of WandaVision will likely have significant repercussions for the SWORD agency and its acting director Tyler Hayward (Josh Stamberg). An offshoot of SHEILD, the Sentient Weapon Observation and Response division was founded by Maria Rambeau (Lashana Lynch), the mother of Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris). However, Tyler Hayward took control of SWORD after Maria died of cancer during The Blip.

In WandaVision, it was revealed that Hayward began disassembling and experimenting on Vision’s (Paul Bettany) body as part of SWORD’s Project Cataract following the events of Avengers: Infinity War. The trauma of seeing her love in pieces was the catalyst for Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) to create the artificial reality at Westview. In the WandaVision series finale, Vision’s created version of Wanda comes face-to-face with SWORD’s White Vision. The latter is last seen having his memories partially restored and flying away.

Why White Vision’s Creation Is An MCU Controversy

Tyler Hayward’s creation of the White Vision directly violates the Sokovia Accords. The agreements state that self-aware artificial intelligence is completely banned as it is a significant concern among governments. Granted, Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox) recently revealed on She-Hulk: Attorney at Law that the Sokovia Accords have been repealed. However, this was not the case during the WandaVision period. It’s also safe to say that the ban on self-aware artificial intelligence would likely remain even with repeal.

There are many possible opportunities for SWORD and Tyler Hayward to deal with the repercussions of breaching the Sokovia Accords. A likely possibility is that Hayward will appear in an antagonistic role in the upcoming VisionQuest series, which is currently in development and is expected to continue the story of the White Vision. Another possibility is that SWORD will appear in The Marvels, where Tyler Hayward is ousted as director, and Monica Rambeau takes her rightful place by taking over the agency founded by her mother.

Why SWORD created White Vision

Tyler Hayward and SWORD were set to create White Vision due to the traumatic events that occurred during The Blip. As Hayward tells Monica Rambeau, one of The Blip’s victims, it was hard to be one of those left behind. Hayward viewed Vision as less of an intelligent being and more of a powerful weapon that can be used. Hayward truly believed he was doing the right thing in rebuilding Vision.

As seen in the WandaVision finale, Tyler Hayward failed in his attempts to blame Wanda for Vision’s resurrection. White Vision’s location is currently unknown after it flew away following the restoration of its memories. VisionQuest will pick up the story of White Vision while giving SWORD and Tyler Hayward the repercussions they deserve.

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