Tony's Weakness to Spies Makes No Sense

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23/1/2023
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On his own, Tony being constantly deceived by spies felt like a given, as he's only an engineer. But once audiences were reminded that he was the son of Howard Stark, the fact that he was duped so many times felt all the more inconceivable. Howard was working with the military and their secrets for decades, developing the machine that gave birth to Captain America. He was also a founding member of S.H.I.E.L.D. and worked closely with spies to keep the world safe. In short, Tony was raised by the perfect example of how not to be caught off guard.

While it's possible that Tony's rocky relationship with his father led him to never pick up the traits that let him work with spies, years of firsthand experience should've split the difference. Tony knew not to trust Fury the moment he stepped foot on the Helicarrier and was proven right, showing that his gut was never wrong. Yet, he continued to allow himself to be surprised by those he knew had a history of secrecy. In the end, Tony not picking up the tricks Howard used to keep up with his spy allies fostered a weakness of deception he never overcame.

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