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So wait, the four supers who were at the wedding and were in the cape monologue all died while doing hero work. But shortly after the wedding, heroes are banned from doing hero work. How could the four supers attending the wedding possibly die protecting the world when they’ve been banned from doing so?
They weren’t banned shortly after. The voiceover states that it started with Mr. Incredible’s own court case and led to more supers getting sued over time. It’s never implied that this happened all at once right after the wedding, nor would it be plausible to assume that. It might have been a short number of years before the supers were completely banned, giving the supers plenty of time to meet their untimely deaths beforehand.
Okay, that makes sense. Thanks