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Quote1 This numbnut calling himself the Human Adaptoid hates all superhumans. So what does he do? He gives himself the powers of one hundred bad guys-- --including the perpetuar cellular regeneration (taken from the gonads of yours truly) to help his body handle all the machismo. Quote2
Deadpool[src]

History

The Warden of the Dungeon and the Dungeon Max Penitentiary was in charge of Absolution Solutions, a for-profit prison designed to hold superpowered individuals. In addition to detaining those with superpowers, the Absolution Solutions was experimenting on its detainees and learn to duplicate their powers.[2]

When Juggernaut attack the Dungeon, the Warden gave himself all the superpowers that Absolution Solutions had duplicated, turning himself into the Human-Adaptoid.[1] After defeating Deadpool and the Unstoppables, the Warden travelled to Krakoa to murder all the mutants.[4] Using the powers of Black Fog, the Warden infiltrated Krakoa then used the botanopathy powers of Plantman/Blackheath/Terraformer to create a flower that would release pollen that would place Krakoa and all its inhabitants into a deep sleep. Finally, the Warden used Morpheus' powers to telepathically smooth the sleeping mutants through their dreams.[3]

Juggernaut and Deadpool were able to intercept the Human-Adaptoid on Krakoa and crashed the A.I.M. Jumpship into him, but the Human-Adaptoid was unharmed by the crash. Fortunately, Juggernaut and Deadpool were able to distract the Human-Adaptoid long enough for Professor X to wake up D-Cel. With D-Cel's help, Juggernaut and Deadpool were able to defeat and kill the Human-Adaptoid.[5]

Attributes

Powers

The Warden possess the duplicated superpowers of approximately 100 individuals including:

Weaknesses

  • Cancer: Having absorbed Deadpool's DNA he also absorbed his cancer, which killed him as soon as he shut down his healing factor.[5]
  • Power Limitation: The Human-Adaptoid could not absorb Juggernaut's powers, possibly due to the fact that they are magic in nature.[4]

Notes

  • Like his elite guards, as the Human-Adaptoid the Warden may also have the powers of Toad in addition to the Swarm's powers.[2]
  • Juggernaut believes that the Warden also had the powers of Unus the Untouchable, but this has not been confirmed.[3]

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References

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