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Below is an index of characters in the reality of the Framework who are virtual recreations of people living in Earth-199999. They possess autonomy within the Framework and have lived different lives than their real-life counterparts because of the changes introduced by Aida into the simulation.[1] All people living within the Framework were deleted after the Framework was shut down.[2]

It should be noted that the people who were plugged into the Frameworkd since its inception such as Melinda May and Leo Fitz did not have Framework counterparts and lived entire seconds lives within the simulation,[3] while those who logged in later such as Daisy Johnson and Elena Rodríguez took over the bodies of their Framework counterparts, whose consciousness then ceased to exist.[1]

Alistair Fitz

Alistair Fitz (Framework) (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 4 16.jpg Appearances: "No Regrets", "All the Madame's Men", "Farewell, Cruel World!"

As part of Aida's attempt to fix everyone's greatest regrest, the Framework virtual counterpart of Alistair Fitz did not abandon his son Leo, but instead stayed close to him throughout his life, influencing him to become a sadistic and cruel member of the Hydra, known as "The Doctor".[1]

Antoine Triplett

Antoine Triplett (Framework) (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 4 18.jpg Appearances: "No Regrets", "All the Madame's Men", "Farewell, Cruel World!"

The Framework virtual counterpart of Antoine Triplett was a member of S.H.I.E.L.D. much like in real world, but because of the different history in regards to the Hydra, he did not die in the Inhuman city and continued to fight under the Patriot.[4]

Billy Koenig

No Image Male.jpg Mentioned: "Identity and Change"

The Framework virtual counterpart of Billy Koenig was killed while giving the location of the Playground to the Patriot.[5]

Agent Burrows

Agent Burrows (Framework) (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 4 17.jpg Appearances: "Identity and Change"

, "No Regrets", "All the Madame's Men", "Farewell, Cruel World!", "World's End"

The Framework virtual counterpart of Agent Burrows was a member of S.H.I.E.L.D. under the Patriot much like in real world.[5]

Gordon

No Image Male.jpg Mentioned: "World's End"

The Framework virtual counterpart of Gordon was killed and experimented on by The Doctor, who transfered his Inhuman abilities into the new body created for Aida.[2]

Grant Ward

Grant Ward (Framework) (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 4 16.jpg Appearances: , "Self Control", "What If...", "Identity and Change", "No Regrets", "All the Madame's Men"

The Framework virtual counterpart of Grant Ward was a member of Hydra who became a double agent for S.H.I.E.L.D. to protect his girlfriend Skye, ironically becoming the exact opposite of his real world counterpart..[1]

Hope Mackenzie

Hope Mackenzie (Framework) (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 4 22.jpg Appearances: "Identity and Change"

, "No Regrets", "All the Madame's Men", "Farewell, Cruel World!", "World's End"

As part of Aida's attempt to fix everyone's greatest regrest, the Framework virtual counterpart of Hope Mackenzie did not die in infancy, but instead lived with her father Alphonso until the age of ten.[5]

Jemma Simmons

Jemma Simmons (Framework) (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 4 16.png Appearances: "What If..."

The Framework virtual counterpart of Jemma Simmons was killed and dumped into an open grave during the Hydra takevoer of S.H.I.E.L.D.. Real world Jemma later took over her own dead body when she logged into the Framework.[1]

Katya Belyakov

No Image Female.jpg Mentioned: "Identity and Change"

As part of Aida's attempt to fix everyone's greatest regrest, the Framework virtual counterpart of Katya Belyakov was not killed by Melinda May in Bahrain. Instead, she was brought over to the United States, where her powers led to a massacre of almost 300 people in Cambridge, Massachusetts, which led way to Hydra takevoer and the instituionalized persecution of Inhumans.[5]

Kenneth Turgeon

Kenneth Turgeon (Framework) (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 4 18.jpg Appearances: "No Regrets"

The Framework virtual counterpart of Kenneth Turgeon was a member of Hydra much like in real world.[5]

Lincoln Campbell

No Image Male.jpg Mentioned: "What If...", "No Regrets", "World's End"

The Framework virtual counterpart of Lincoln Campbell was killed and experimented on by The Doctor, who transfered his Inhuman abilities into the new body created for Aida.[2]

Skye

No Image Female.jpg Appearances: "What If..."

The Framework virtual counterpart of Daisy Johnson a member of Hydra in a romantic reltionship with Grant Ward who was unaware of her Inhuman heritage. Real world Daisy later took over her own body when she logged into the Framework.[1]

Sunil Bakshi

Sunil Bakshi (Framework) (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 4 19.jpg Appearances: "All the Madame's Men"

The Framework virtual counterpart of Sunil Bakshi was a member of Hydra and a host of a propaganda show "The Bakshi Report".[6]

Victoria Hand

No Image Female.jpg Mentioned: "All the Madame's Men"

The Framework virtual counterpart of Victoria Hand recruited Grant Ward to become a double agent for S.H.I.E.L.D., as opposed to the real world, where he was a double agent for Hydra and murdered Hand.[6]

Vijay Nadeer

Vijay Nadeer (Framework) (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 4 16.jpg Mentioned: "What If..."

The Framework virtual counterpart of Vijay Nadeer was captured by Hydra, and experimented on by The Doctor,[1] who transfered his Inhuman abilities into the new body created for Aida.[2]

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