Using your logic we could say that every piece of equipment used by HYDRA during the Attack on the HYDRA Research Base was magical because it was powered by the energy from the Infinity Stone inside the Scepter. Since that's not the case, Wanda's powers are also not magical. The Infinity Stones are not magical, they're just batteries with unlimited energy.
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Also I'd say Nebula, Gamora, the centipede soldiers and any one with Extremis should be in the "Enhanced" category same as Captain America and Bucky. They're not really superhuman level like Thor, Hulk, Ronan..etc.
1. Yeah I had the wrong word, sorry bout that mate.
2. Idk I still think that Centipede and Extremis are in the same power level as a super soldier, but it is your article and I won't chance anything without your approval.
3. Yes, but what if you replaced "average" with "skilled", if your just average is there really any point in even added it? Plus you can be skilled at something but not yet a master, but once again your wiki,so much like Bakshi and Agent 33 I will comply.
It's easy to determine that Centipede Soldiers had more "raw strength" tan Captain America. When John Garrett punched Coulson, he was sent flying, and when Cap punched somebody not. Also Mike Peterson's "landing" in the Pilot broke the pavement when landing with his legs, and Captain has not been seen landing in such a way. I'm sure there are more examples for that, but I guess the point has been made.
For the "average", the word Average is never actually written, it is noted as level that is worth mentioning, but below expertise and mastery. That kind of terminology is widely used in Role-Playing Games and other wikis about similar subjects to this kind of abilities, so I think we should keep it.
And for a side note, neither the List of Powers and Abilities is "my article", nor this is "my wiki". I'm merely another contributor, and I may be right, or may be mistaken about this or any other topic, just like everybody else. So there is no need to ask for "approval", it's simply about consistency between every article.
Ah but remember Mike Peterson could not best Captain America's time in that strength challenge in "The Bridge" episode of AoS season 1.
Sorry about the "approval" thing, but the admins at the "Arrow and Flash Wiki" are really strict about that kind of stuff, they kind of go too far sometimes, and I've gotten in trouble there over the silliest things. Just wanted to make sure it wasn't the same case here.
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