- "An empire toppled by its enemies can rise again. But one which crumbles from within? That's dead... forever."
- "The world is filling up with people that can't be matched, can't be controlled."
- ―Nick Fury
Barnes and Rogers were then confronted by Romanoff in the hanger, but allowed to take off in the Quinjet after she chose to follow her conscience and used her Taser Disks to stall T'Challa.
As Stark and Rhodes chased the Quinjet, Vision attempted to blast Falcon, who was making sure that the Quinjet escaped, out the sky. However, Falcon noticed the Energy Blast and moved out the way as the blast hit Rhodes in his power core, who plummeted to the ground and was knocked unconscious.
The four anti-registration Avengers were captured and imprisoned on the Raft while Parker was forced to return home and Rhodes was left paralyzed from the battle. Romanoff went into hiding, knowing full well she would be arrested for her betrayal.
Stark, meanwhile, learned from F.R.I.D.A.Y. that the man claiming to be Theo Broussard was former Sokovian intelligence officer Helmut Zemo and that the real Broussard was found dead with a wig and facial prosthesis approximating Barnes' appearance.
Stark attempted to tell Secretary Ross what he had learned but was rebuffed. Stark then decided to take matters into his own hands and convinced Wilson to reveal where Rogers and Barnes were headed.
Knowing full well that his actions would violate the accords, Stark lied to Secretary Ross before donning the Mark XLVI armor and flying to Siberia, unaware that T'Challa was secretly following him.
The three entered the room where the other Winter Soldiers were being kept and found that they had all been shot in the head execution-style. Zemo suddenly made his presence known, stating that he orchestrated the entire conflict for the sole purpose of avenging his family's deaths.
Zemo proceeded to play security footage from December 1991, which revealed that Barnes was responsible for the deaths of Howard and Maria Stark. Blind with rage, Stark attacked Rogers and Barnes while Zemo made his escape, unaware that T'Challa had overheard his confession.
The battle climaxed when Stark dismembered Barnes' prosthetic arm, prompting Rogers to disable Stark's armor before departing with his childhood friend.
Meanwhile, T'Challa confronted Zemo, who recounted his motivations and apologized for killing T'Chaka before attempting to commit suicide. T'Challa managed to stop him in time and turned him over to Everett Ross.
Moments after reading the letter, Stark received a telephone call from Secretary Ross, who informed him that Wilson, Maximoff, Barton, and Lang had all escaped from the Raft. Stark quickly cut Ross off and claimed he was busy before hanging up, implying that he was allowing his former colleagues to escape.
After being pardoned and granted asylum in Wakanda by T'Challa, Rogers allowed Barnes, who was still shaken by his actions, to go back into cryogenic stasis until the Winter Soldier programming was either suppressed or erased completely.
Shortly after Rogers and Barnes went into hiding, President Ellis sent Brigadier General Glenn Talbot to meet with Phil Coulson and get him to reveal any "undocumented assets".
To Talbot's annoyance, Coulson refused to divulge any information, firmly stating that S.H.I.E.L.D. worked in the shadows. Nonetheless, the S.H.I.E.L.D. director gave Talbot a tour of the Playground as well as "the good, the bad, and the ugly".
Several months later, with HYDRA obliterated and the parasitic Inhuman known as Hive defeated, S.H.I.E.L.D. was relegitimatized under public servant Jeffrey Mace, who replaced Coulson as Director.
JT James, an Inhuman mercenary who previously served as one of Hive's allies, also signed the accords, but only because S.H.I.E.L.D. forced him to. Growing to hate what he had become, he forged an alliance with the Watchdogs and set out to eliminate any Inhumans who chose to register.
Around the time S.H.I.E.L.D. was relegitimatized, Inhuman agent Daisy Johnson went rogue and began to operate as a vigilante. Dubbed "Quake" by the press, her actions prompted many to question the regulations put in place by the accords.
- 《蜘蛛俠：返校日前傳》 (concurrent events)
- 《蜘蛛俠：返校日》 (mentioned)
- 《復仇者聯盟：無限之戰》 (mentioned)
- ↑ 《WHiH世界新聞：第二季第五集：WHiH突發新聞：拉哥斯遇襲》
- ↑ 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 2.12 《美國隊長：英雄內戰》
- ↑ 《蜘蛛俠：返校日》
- ↑ 《蜘蛛俠：返校日》 額外片段
- ↑ 《鋼鐵人》
- ↑ 《神盾局特工第一季第一集：試播集》
- ↑ 《復仇者聯盟（電影）》
- ↑ 《美國隊長：酷寒戰士》
- ↑ 《神盾局特工：第一季第二十二集：終而復始》
- ↑ 《夜魔俠》
- ↑ 《蟻人》
- ↑ 《盧克·凱吉》
- ↑ 13.0 13.1 《復仇者聯盟：奧創紀元》
- ↑ 《神盾局特工：第二季第二十二集：求救訊號 第二篇》
- ↑ 15.0 15.1 《神盾局特工：第三季第一集：自然法則》
- ↑ 《神盾局特工：第三季第十四集：看門狗》
- ↑ 《WHiH新聞前線—推特檔案》
- ↑ Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. 3.20: Emancipation
- ↑ 19.0 19.1 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. 3.22: Ascension
- ↑ Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Slingshot: 1.02: John Hancock
- ↑ Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 4.04: Let Me Stand Next to Your Fire