- Why did Ronan the Accuser want to destroy Xandar?
- What race does Ronan hate?
- How many people died in the Battle of Xandar?
- Why did Ronan become evil?
- How did Hawkeye get Ronan’s suit?
- Are the Xandarians humans?
- How did Thor know about Xandar?
- Is Ronan a good guy or a bad guy?
- Who does Clint Barton become?
- Can Ronan beat Thanos?
- Is Ronin a Hawkeye?
- Who owns the Rolex watch in Hawkeye?
- Are Hawkeye and Ronin the same person?
Ronan wishes to destroy Xandar because his purpose, his very occupation, is to exercise the fundamentalist military aspects of the Kree.
Xandarian raceDeal with the Mad Titan. In Thanos’ quest to obtain the Infinity Stones, Ronan, who sought to bring about genocide against the Xandarian race, agreed to aid Thanos in his search for the Orb in exchange for Thanos’ promise to attack the Xandarian home world.
The butcher’s bill for the James Gunn film stands at a staggering 83,871 fatalities, owing largely to the Nova Corps pilots sacrificed during the climactic battle to defend Xandar from Ronan.
Born as a Kree radical, Ronan the Accuser lost many of his fore-fathers (his father, grandfather and great-grandfather) to the Kree-Nova war, which led to him develop a hatred towards the Nova Empire and their planet Xandar for their culture.
Clint Barton bought the suit back with him to his homestead on Christmas Day, and after spending time with his family, took it outside and placed it, folded up, on his cooker.
Xandarians are extremely human-like, possessing the same appearances, mannerisms, and overall nature. The only substantial difference in their biology how some have inhuman looking eyes and blue blood.
He was researching the infinity stones so he most likely knew about it being safe on Xandar with the Nova Corps. He also had Heimdall who as we know can see anything he can focus on if he knows its near location.
Ronan the Accuser is a villain-turned-anti-hero from Marvel Comics and the on and off antagonist of the Guardians of the Galaxy team as well as an enemy of various superheroes in the Marvel universe, including the Fantastic Four. He is the leader of the accuser corps, the elite military police of the Kree Empire.
HawkeyeThe costumed archer first appeared in Tales of Suspense no. 57 (September 1964). Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye in The Avengers (2012). The man who would become known as Hawkeye was born Clint Barton.
Technically, Ronan is stronger than Thanos when Ronan had the Infinity Stone (Power). However, just as in the original Infinity Gauntlet storyline, it would only take one meeting for Thanos to remove the Infinity Stone from Ronan’s person.
Avengers: Endgame introduced Clint Barton’s Ronin on screen. After losing his family in the Blip, Clint assumes the identity of a masked vigilante who hunts down and slaughters criminals. Hawkeye confirms that Clint was, in fact, Ronin for an unspecified amount of time in the gap between the Snap and Endgame.
And now, thanks to the finale, we finally know. Spoilers past this point, but as suspected, the Rolex belongs to Laura Barton (Linda Cardellini). And not only that, it seemingly confirmed that Laura is S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent 19.
Hawkeye and Clint Barton’s Ronin While the movie does not outright refer to Clint as “Ronin,” he dons the character’s attire in the film. While this aligns with the story set up by Endgame, the comics reveal Clint was actually the second person to assume the Ronin identity.