That's not a suggested edit thing, that's a tag order thing
Main meta Q on this: Diff shows tag being added and removed in the same revision
The answer to which explains:
The tagging system automatically sorts tags based on how many times they're used. However, this is relatively new, so when a new edit is processed for an old post, the system sees the sort ...
Nothing is wrong with just editing tags
Maybe you just doesn't have the time and/or energy to go through editing the entire body of the question and so you only edit the tags, which are, for me, a much less taxing edit.
I honestly can't see anything wrong with such an action. The question was already recently active, so the bump won't do anything. The in-...
Answers must answer the question.
From the help center article on answer deletion (italics mine):
Answers that do not fundamentally answer the question may be removed. This includes answers that are:
commentary on the question or other answers
asking another, different question
“thanks!” or “me too!” responses
exact duplicates of other answers
barely more ...
See here: New onboarding for review queues
From the question:
We are also showing a popover to users who earned access to review queues in the past, but have never done a review or haven't reviewed in the last 30 days. This popover is only appearing for the next 90 days. The goal is to engage users who may not have interacted with the queues since we made ...
I'm not one of the reviewers, but if I were given the review, I would have rejected it for precisely the reason you've listed for one of the edits you made:
I replaced the spell Bolt, which is wrong, with the spell Healing, which is a correct possibility.
The fact that it's a correct possibility, but not the definitively correct spell the answerer was ...