First of all, I think your edit is based assumption that he has powers in the original timeline, where he has not shown any display of his physical powers up until he has gain them in the original timeline. Second of all, Deadpool is a mutate now, not a mutant, so logically it valid to have superhuman powers would be on the revised timeline. I think it is petty of Steve to not talk to me directly and discuss this, that way the page wouldn't be protected.
Okay, sorry if it came off as petty, but technically, you didn't leave a message either, even on the summary for the edits. Now secondly, how did his experimentation make him suddenly be a master swordsman? Clearly, he had advanced skills and abilities beforehand. After that is why the recruiter sought Wade out.
Possibly due to being a mercenary, Wade Wilson had those abilities, but getting his powers made those abilities amplified, so maybe that is what made him a better swordsman. I don't see how is that hard to make that connection.
You mean his enhanced reflexes on his original timeline? Why is that not in his powers section? It's completely different way from how he got it in the revised timeline which he didn't have any powers until he was experimented on.
I'll say this, all of Deadpool's physical attributes should be include in powers section in the revised timeline, with the original timeline includes superhuman reflexes, both of these are shared with different descriptions (the superhuman reflexes is what I mean, just to clarify). Does that seem fair?
WIlliam Stryker told Logan that Kayla's mutant ability was quite useful in his seduction. She can influence anyone she touches. She didn't touch him when she told him to stay in the car. Also, Logan having his healing affected in 2013 has nothing to do with his greying hairs in 2023. He didn't have grey hairs when he returned in 2013, and saw the Professor and Magneto at the airport. Also, his healing ability was clearly working as he survived the trip to 1973, as well as another adamantium claw procedure. He's not ageless. He just ages really slowly. Really, really, really slowly.