When she finally meets him, she finds out that Clint lost his whole family to the Snappening Event, and in his anger and frustration, he has taken it upon himself to take out the scum of the Earth who somehow survived the Event. In this case, he’s going after the Yakuza. It is here that Natasha explains to him the Thanos encounter, and the Infinity Gauntlet’s power. Clint with a cynical tone says that if he was there, the Decimation wouldn’t have happened. He then asks if there’s a plan to reverse everything, “I mean, there’s must be a plan, right?”
Soon after Natasha gets back to the Avengers’ headquarters, Banner reports that the pager has stopped transmitting. The others, including Cap and Rhodey come in to discuss why it’s stopped transmitting. Banner seems puzzled since the pager still has enough power to transmit. It is here that Captain Marvel appears, and asks them about Fury.
Thor quickly gets into uniform. Rocket says he’ll come with them. It is here that Thor tells Carol that if he could get a clear picture of how the Kree homeworld looks like he could use the Bifrost (with his Stormbreaker) to get there. Carol says she can get him to a ship where she will give him the exact location, citing that it must be cool having such a power to teleport. Carol quickly flies away with Thor and Rocket. As they fly away, Thor tries to explain to her how the Bifrost works and that it’s not exactly teleportation.
Strange tells him that he needs to team up with the other Avengers, and go find Thanos on the planet he’s vacationing on and collect the time stone. Then he can come back into the Quantum Realm into the No-Dimension and ride the waves of time to the moment when Thanos comes to Nidavellir and stop him there. In that sense they would have prevented the events of Infinity War. Scott nods and asks how he’s going to get out of the No-Dimension. Strange however seems to be pondering something.