Sorry if I'm so, how did you put it, "binary?" I'm in computer programming at Uni, so I guess my mind just works that way.
1) In X-Men
, even the most athletic human could never measure up to someone like, say, Wolverine. That fight would be like a hitman pistol-whipping a five year old kid. Compared to a mutant whose powers augment his physical abilities, even the strongest, fastest, toughest human will
be inferior. They're at the bottom of the power totem pole.
2) I've always been under the impression that anybody who is forced to fight like a normal (not the Willfully Weak
types) does so because
their abilities just don't measure up, but they definitely have something
that helps them out, so I'd put them in "Bad at the three, undefined (in this case good) at something else".
3) The line I would draw in X-Men is somewhere significantly superior to even the best humanity has to offer. If you'd asked me those three subquestions 7 years ago, I'd be able to answer, but these days, I can't really remember any but the more famous or memorable X-Men
(Magneto, the prof, Wolvie, Cyclops, Mystique, Juggernaut).