The Flash Season 7 finally shows how the first Harrison Wells got his mysterious new time-traveling skills. Although it seemed like Tom Cavanagh was in the Arrowverse when Nash Wells sacrificed himself to the Artificial Speed Force, which was far from the situation. Although Nash and the other Multiverse Harrisons became the force to fuel the new Speed Force, 0.01% particles were not absorbed and that resulted in the actual Harrison being brought back to life. But Harrison had gained the ability to immerse himself in a different time of his past, present, and future as a new means of time travel. But initially it was not explained how Harrison got this power, as The Flash simply gave a visual plague in the form of the green energy that arises when he uses his present.
But The Flash Season 7 Episode 6, “The One With The Nineties” has the solution to that puzzle. In “The One With The Nineties”, the Arrowverse presents the Nonetheless Force, which is the opposite of this Speed Force. The Nonetheless Force was created to revolve around the turn of time with Deon Owens introduced as its channel. Deon could make something or become a former type of himself because he did Masonville, where he made the town become the 1998 version of it. So instead of traveling back to the past, the Still Force can turn everything around in the present time to be something that it was.
The key, however, is that when Deon was spotted using his Nonetheless Power powers, it had the same green energy as Harrison when he evaporated or reappeared in a particular timeline. Deon is also effective at stopping time itself, including anything or everyone, which makes the Still Force very dangerous. But thanks to “The One With The Nineties,” The Flash confirms that the first Harrison Wells took his powers from the Still Force, although he uses them differently. Harrison chose to go back to the past so that he could preserve the life he had with his wife Tess before Reverse-Flash killed her.
But Deon was obsessed with wanting to relive a time in his life when things were much better for him, even though it bothered others. Although Deon now plans to use the Nonetheless Force more widely by controlling the future, the secret could be Harrison to stop him. The further the New Forces get on The Flash, the more fascinating it gets. From the fifth episode, “Fear Me,” the Arrowverse introduced the DC Comics villain Psych, who represents the Sage Force, and Cecile Horton’s empathetic powers were also a part of stopping him momentarily.
Despite the fact that the Strength Force has not been addressed since Fuerza was introduced, there is likely to be a character who will become important in stopping her, similar to the way Cecile and (perhaps) Harrison become the opposite of Psych and Deon, respectively. With The Flash’s original Speed Force back in play since most of these other New Forces came into existence, the Team Flash presents one of their biggest challenges yet as the Speed Force now has to compete against players who can strike. toes with it.