Deadmanwalking wrote:I'd say there is a chance. It isn't certain, but given the ties Quicksilver has to the inhumans in the comics (being married to one of the royal family and having a kid with her) I can't discount the possibility either.Hama wrote:Well, I believe that Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver are Inhumans in MCU
Uh...the evidence we have suggests they're lab experiments made by Strucker.
He did speculate as to why they survived with powers while others died in the experiments, but that hardly screams 'Inhumans' to me.
It's as good a guess as any with the information we have available. Not everyone with powers is going to be Inhuman, though. I think Scorch from S1 is a good example of "gifted, not Inhuman." He didn't know how he got his powers. I really feel like if you went into an abandoned temple and briefly gained a stone cocoon after a crystal farted on you, then you'd be prone to remembering it. It's possible that Wanda and Pyotr will fall in that category.
Then again, maybe they don't. We don't know exactly what Loki was using in his staff. Maybe it was something like what took over Mac's mind in the last two episodes, and that's somehow able to spark Terrigenesis. Also, to add fuel to the speculation fire, in the comics, Scarlet Witch went bugnuts (again), and Quicksilver and Magneto teamed up to take her down. She cast a spell to knock out everyone but herself nearby with her bloodline. Quicksilver fell over. Magneto remained standing. We already knew that Marvel was moving away from using mutants, so this might be distancing the MCU Quicksilver/Scarlet Witch from the X-Men movies Quicksilver/Scarlet Witch.