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The sequel could use this opportunity to introduce another character from the original Guardians lineup, and Major Victory's easily the highest profile member of that team. Originally born Vance Astrovik, this young man from the 20th Century found himself flung far into the future where he encountered the ragtag team that would go on to form the first Guardians team. Vance eventually found his way back to the modern day Marvel U and joined up with Quill's newly formed team. Honestly, most of his comic book backstory doesn't easily map onto what we know of Daddy Quill, but that doesn't mean he should be ruled out. The MCU has been known to play fast and loose with select characters -- just look at Michael Rooker's Yondu. By making Quill's father a time-traveling Major Victory, they could also explain how Yondu -- a character originally from the 31st Century -- exists in the modern day MCU. Perhaps all of the Ravagers are from the far future and traveled back in time to abduct Peter, and then got stuck.