WandaVision episode 8 introduced White Vision, as seen previously in Avengers West Coast, a 1980s storyline. Of course, most of the fans are not aware of it and have seen it for the first time. Well, it is believed that the White Vision will most likely enter Westview and Wanda’s Hex bubble of reality and face off against Vision. What people highly believe is that White Vision will end up killing Vision, as he cannot survive the reality anyway. But, once this happen, Wanda will come into the play. Episode 9 of WandaVision will conclude the show, and we are yet to see the fate of Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris), Agatha Harkness (Kathryn Hahn), Scarlet Witch/Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen). Vision (Paul Bettany), and what SWORD will culminate in Wanda’s fake world coming down. And of course, once that happens, Vision will go along with it too. That’s because it was established in episode 6 when Vision tried to leave Hex and his body starting to literally tear apart.
Vision’s fight with himself will not be the first time an MCU hero has faced off against an alternate version of themselves: Hulk and Iron Man fought Mr. Hyde-like inversions of themselves in Tim Roth’s The Abomination and Iron Monger but even more pointedly Captain America fought himself in Endgame and so too did Nebula. The MCU has a long fascination with the idea of facing heroes off against dark mirror versions of themselves. Vision is slightly more poignant however because of the synthezoid’s quest to be more human. His living will be mentioned earlier in WandaVision as an expression of his fear that someone would do to his corpse exactly as S.W.O.R.D. has in Project Cataract, using his parts for nefarious reasons and specifically developing a weapon from him.
No matter what Wanda does or how strong she is with her Chaos Magic, she cannot change the fact that Vision will never survive in the reality because his only life source is the Mind Stone and that was reduced to mere atoms by Thanos in Avengers: Endgame. Wanda can never change the reality that once her world comes down to ashes, Vision will be in the middle of it all, and Wanda would have to deal with the pain of losing Vision for the third time. But there is a theory that can bring back the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Vision, the one we saw coming to life in Avengers; Age of Ultron.
Once White Vision enters Westview, there is a high possibility that he will kill Vision. And if that happens, we will definitely see Wanda step on the pedal and it will be all hell breaks loose. Now let’s work on this together. White Vision and Wanda are fighting, and let us believe that they go toe-to-toe. But what if Wanda hits White Vision with the Chaos Magic, disorienting him, eventually resulting in an unforeseen change or an effect on White Vision’s physiology and consciousness. This actually doesn’t seem too far-fetched if we look at the possibilities. Episode 5 told us that there was no possible source of energy that could bring White Vision back online. But when they got a hold of drone that was powered by Wanda’s Hex and its powers, just that mere amount of energy was enough for SWORD to bring White Vision online.
Wanda’s powers, considering how minimal the amount of that power would be, brought a lifeless snythezoid back to life. So it would be only fair to imagine what a direct hit of Chaos Magic may do to White Vision’s body. Even in the comics, it is one of the strongest forces to ever exist. Both, the comics and the Marvel Cinematic Universe, have made it absolutely clear that the capabilities of Chaos Magic are heightened when Wanda is emotionally invested in it. And when it comes to Vision, we know what she all she has done – she has taken an entire town hostage, and created a human that can survive in that reality only from her powers!
If White Vision and Wanda fight, a combination of anger and grief could see her unleash a wave of Chaos Magic that consumes its synthezoid body, and restore him to his original state. Earlier it was believed that the only thing capable of bringing back Vision is the Mind Stone, but if there is anything that comes closer to achieving that, it would be Wanda’s Chaos Magic. If this happens, then Wanda will let Westview fall, and this is how Marvel can give a happy ending to Wanda in WandaVision. But we cannot ignore the interferences by SWORD, and Agatha Harkness. And we cannot also ignore the support from Monica Rambeau and Darcy Lewis.
WandaVision is currently streaming on Disney+, and the final episode will premiere on Friday.