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I made this edit once before but it got undone. In Survival of the Fittest both Professor X and Cerebro identify Juggernaut as a mutant. The term they actually use in the episode in enhanced mutant. I know that in most continuities people given their powers through external forces are considered mutates, not mutants. However, that doesn't seem to be the case in X-Men: Evolution.Brandonbaker01 (talk) 02:23, December 4, 2019 (UTC)

When Logan asks Xavier what an "enhanced mutant" means, Xavier explains Cain had an X-gene at birth but it was dormant until he awakened it with mysticism. Without the external mysticism, Cain would be a normal human being. Even within the series, he is not a true mutant. --ARTaylor 05:16, December 4, 2019 (UTC)
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