Wanda is, obviously, a long way from the solitary MCU character to have been changed by the Infinity Stones, or possibly to have been straightforwardly affected by their forces. Chief Marvel was enabled by the Tesseract and Red Skull was changed by it, while Jane Foster turned into a vessel for the Reality Stone, the Guardians of the Galaxy all utilized the forces of the Power Stone, and Doctor Strange pushed himself through the multiverse utilizing the Time Stone.
For each situation, the Stones may have given up something, and joining the energy marks would be much the same as consolidating the Stones again. Indeed, even without exploring a few timetables, somebody hoping to weaponize the forces again together might actually segregate them. Also, regardless of whether that is just intelligently settled by the Mind and Space Stones cooperations with known characters, a solitary Infinity Stone has possibly destroying powers.
The topic of why Thanos would disregard such a thought really fits with his insight and experience of the stones. For a neurotic, the Infinity Stones were an expansion of forces and status – an acknowledgment of his predetermination – and the historical backdrop of them before his time wouldn’t make any difference. He additionally didn’t have a lot of involvement of the Stones straightforwardly, regardless of possessing the Mind Stone at a certain point, so the oversight works. It’s simply a bizarre disclosure to perceive how the escape clause of Endgame’s time heist – that they must be gotten back to their own course of events – has been passed up WandaVision and the MCU presently has a potential swap for the Infinity Stones.