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Its DNA is almost the same as Mew’s. However, its size and disposition are vastly different.

Its DNA is almost the same as Mew’s. However, its size and disposition are vastly different.

Psychic power has augmented its muscles. It has a grip strength of one ton and can sprint a hundred meters in two seconds flat!

Psychic power has augmented its muscles. It has a grip strength of one ton and can sprint a hundred meters in two seconds flat!

Despite its diminished size, its mental power has grown phenomenally. With a mere thought, it can smash a skyscraper to smithereens.

Despite its diminished size, its mental power has grown phenomenally. With a mere thought, it can smash a skyscraper to smithereens.

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  • Height6' 07"
  • Weight lbs
  • Gender Unknown
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Pressure

By putting pressure on the opposing Pokémon, it raises their PP usage.

  • Height7' 07"
  • Weight lbs
  • Gender Unknown
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Steadfast

The Pokémon's determination boosts the Speed stat each time the Pokémon flinches.

  • Height4' 11"
  • Weight lbs
  • Gender Unknown
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Insomnia

The Pokémon is suffering from insomnia and cannot fall asleep.

Evolutions

This Pokémon does not evolve.

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Mewtwo (Pokémon)

Mewtwo (Japanese: ミュウツーMewtwo) is a Psychic-typeLegendary Pokémon introduced in Generation I.

While it is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon, Mewtwo can Mega Evolve into two different forms:

It is a member of the Mew duo along with Mew.

Biology

Mega Mewtwo X stretching its arm.

Mewtwo is a Pokémon created by science. It is a bipedal, humanoid Pokémon with some feline features. It is primarily gray with a long, purple tail. On top of its head are two short, blunt horns, and it has purple eyes. A tube extends from the back of its skull to the top of its spine, bypassing its neck. It has a defined chest and shoulders, which resemble a breastplate. The three digits on each hand and foot have spherical tips. Its tail is thick at the base but thins before ending in a small bulb.

Mega Mewtwo X is larger and bulkier than its normal state. The horns on its head are longer and extend from V-shaped ridges on its forehead. Additionally, the horns are now pointed and curve upward. It now has two tubes behind its neck, its eyes are light blue, and it has large, purple growths over its shoulders. Its torso is smooth and small compared to its long, bulky limbs, and a Y-shaped line connects the collar and underbelly. Its forearms and thighs each have two raised ridges and its digits are now longer and thinner. The tail is slightly shorter and stiffer than before and has a curled tip. Its muscles are augmented with psychic power, giving it a grip strength of one ton and the ability to sprint meters in two seconds. When using moves in battle, it is shown to be able to stretch its arms and legs.

In comparison, Mega Mewtwo Y is smaller and lighter, losing its long tail and the tube behind its neck. However, it grows a long, purple appendage with a curled tip from the back of its head that is similar to its previous form's tail. On its head, it has two pointed, backward-curving spikes and a half-ring structure connecting to the base of each and crossing over the top of its head. Its eyes are now red and slightly larger. The digits on its hands and feet are now purple and more bulbous and the middle toe is longer than the others. A bumpy ridge similar to a sternum replaces the breastplate structure on its chest, but this form is still largely smoother than the other two. Despite its size, it has phenomenal mental power and is capable of smashing buildings with a mere thought.

Mewtwo was created after years of horrific gene splicing and DNA engineering experiments based on Mew. It is said to have the most savage heart among all Pokémon, lack compassion, and strike fear into its enemy with cold, glowing eyes. Because it was engineered to be the ultimate in battle, it can only think of defeating its foes. In the first movie, where it was shown to be capable of levitation, telepathy, and mind control, Mewtwo exemplified these vicious characteristics. However, it was later shown to be caring, protective, and even altruistic. Another Mewtwo in the anime shared its aversion to contact with others but was much less belligerent.

Mewtwo conserves energy by remaining motionless in order to unleash its full power in battle. It is also capable of materializing psychic waves in the form of its signature move, Psystrike. Though rarely seen in the wild, it is said to be resting in a dark cave somewhere.

History

According to the scientific logs found in the Pokémon Mansion of Cinnabar Island, Mewtwo was born from a pregnant Mew, found deep in the jungles of Guyana, whose embryo had been tampered with to alter its DNA. It was held and studied in the mansion where a scientist performed horrific gene-splicing experiments that made it vicious and extremely powerful. It eventually broke free of the Mansion, destroying it in the process, and fled. It can be encountered in Cerulean Cave, accessible only after a Trainer has proven his or her skill at the Indigo Plateau.

In the anime

Main series

Mega Mewtwo X in the anime
Mega Mewtwo Y in the anime

Major appearances

Mewtwo (M01)

A Mewtwo had a prominent role during the original series, appearing in Mewtwo Strikes Back, its remake Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution, and its sequel special Mewtwo Returns, as well as a few episodes. Since the original series, it made further appearances in openings and a few stock appearances in movies.

Mewtwo reappeared in Getting More Than You Battled For!, living in Cero Island, where it accepted a challenge from Ash and Goh, winning easily.

Mewtwo (M16)

A Mewtwo capable of Mega Evolving into Mega Mewtwo Y had prominent roles in Genesect and the Legend Awakened and its prologue Mewtwo — Prologue to Awakening.

Other

In The Mastermind of Mirage Pokémon, a Mirage Mewtwo was the most powerful Pokémon controlled by the Mirage Master. However, it was defeated when Pikachu destroyed the Mirage System with which it was built.

Minor appearances

Two Mewtwo capable of Mega Evolving appeared in the opening of Mega Evolution Special I; one was Mega Mewtwo X, while the other was Mega Mewtwo Y.

Both Mega Mewtwo X and Mega Mewtwo Y appeared in the ending credits of Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction.

Pokédex entries

EpisodePokémonSourceEntry
EPMewtwoGary's Pokédex Pokémon unknown. No available data.

Pokémon Origins

In File 4: Charizard, after finding out about its existence from Blue, Red entered Cerulean Cave to add Mewtwo's data to the Pokédex. In a fierce battle that wiped out almost all of Red's Pokémon, Mewtwo was finally defeated by Red's Charizard after it Mega Evolved into Mega Charizard X. Red then proceeded to catch Mewtwo, making his collection of the known Pokémon complete.

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GOTCHA!

A Mewtwo briefly appeared in GOTCHA!.

In the manga

Movie adaptations

Main article: Mewtwo (M01)
Main article: Mewtwo (M16)

Two different Mewtwo appear in the mangaadaptations of the first and sixteenthPokémon movies.

Magical Pokémon Journey

During the final volume of Magical Pokémon Journey, Hazel goes to a forest in another dimension to find Mew so it can grant her a wish, but is trapped by Mewtwo.

Pokémon Journeys: The Series

Main article: Mewtwo (M01)

Mewtwo appears in JNM15, playing the same role as it did in the anime.

Pocket Monsters DP

A Mewtwo appeared in PMDP

Pocket Monsters HGSS Jō's Big Adventure

A Mewtwo appeared as a silhouette in JBA5.

Pokémon Adventures

Main article: Mewtwo (Adventures)

Similar to the anime, Mewtwo was created by Team Rocket in Pokémon Adventures. It first appeared in Tauros the Tyrant at Team Rocket's hideout, where it was still incomplete. It was completed by Blaine sometime before And Mewtwo Too?!, where it escaped from the hideout and settled into Cerulean Cave. The completion process involved Blaine using cells from his own arm, inadvertently also placing some of Mewtwo's cells into it. Red and Blaine battled Mewtwo together, with Red eventually capturing it with Blaine's Master Ball in And Mewtwo Three!.

Pokémon Gotta Catch 'Em All

Shu's father has a Mewtwo, which debuted in GDZ

Pokémon Pocket Monsters

Main article: Blue's Mewtwo

Mewtwo debuted in Big Battle In The Viridian Forest!!

Mewtwo is a Pokémon created by Giovanni in Bring Down the Strongest Pokémon!!. It was caught by Blue prior to The Pokémon Banana League (Part 1). Mewtwo then became a "gag Pokémon" when its DNA was mixed with that of Clefairy.

Pokémon Zensho

A photo of a Mewtwo appeared in PZ Professor Oak showed the photo to Satoshi and Shigeru, who decided to try to capture it together.

In the TCG

Main article: Mewtwo (TCG)

In the TFG

One Mewtwo figure has been released.

Other appearances

Super Smash Bros.

Main article: Mewtwo (Super Smash Bros.)

Pokkén Tournament

Main article: Mewtwo (Pokkén Tournament)
Main article: Shadow Mewtwo

Mewtwo is a playable character. Additionally, Shadow Mewtwo is introduced as the story boss and is also a separate playable character.

Detective Pikachu

Main article: Mewtwo (Detective Pikachu)

A Mewtwo appeared in Detective Pikachu.

Game data

NPC appearances

  • Pokémon Sword and Shield: Powerful, uncatchable Mewtwo were part of a Wild Area News event from February 27 to March 1, as part of a tie-in with Pokémon Day. If players could defeat these Level Dynamax Mewtwo in Max Raid Battles, they received rare and valuable rewards.
  • Pokémon Stadium: Mewtwo is the player's final opponent.
  • Pokémon Stadium 2: Silver uses a Mewtwo in the final battle.
  • Pokémon Pinball: Mewtwo appears in its own bonus stage, where the player must attempt to hit it 25 times within the two-minute time limit to win. Playing this stage repeatedly is the fastest way to build a high score, due to the extremely high point output of 50,, points per hit earned by hitting Mewtwo.
  • Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs: Mewtwo is the final boss of the game, battled once under the control of the evil Edward "The Thinker", and again under Purple Eyes. Before this, it is seen charging up in Kasa's laboratory in the Sky Fortress.
  • Pokémon Puzzle League: Mewtwo reveals that it organized the Puzzle League to find a worthy foe and clones Ash's Pokémon. In the Very Hard and Super Hard modes, Mewtwo is the final opponent.
  • Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team: Mewtwo sleeps in the depths of the Western Cave. His slumber is interrupted by the arrival of Blastoise and Charizard, whom he defeats without an issue. Once the player confronts him at the deepest parts of the cave, it is possible to recruit Mewtwo.
  • Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon: Mewtwo appears, having Mega Evolved into Mega Mewtwo Y in order to telepathically link up the Pokémon of the world together to try and stop the Tree of Life's ascent into space. Like all the other Legendary Pokémon gathered for this effort, Mewtwo is turned into stone when Dark Matter is able to regenerate itself. After Dark Matter's defeat, Mewtwo stays at the Island of Isolation as its lone inhabitant, and can be recruited if it is defeated.

Pokédex entries

Generation IKanto
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RedIt was created by a scientist after years of horrific gene splicing and DNA engineering experiments.
Blue
Yellow Its DNA is almost the same as Mew's. However, its size and disposition are vastly different.
Stadium A vicious psychic Pokémon created by genetic engineering. Its cold, glowing eyes strike fear into its enemy.
Generation IIJohto
#
Gold Because its battle abilities were raised to the ultimate level, it thinks only of defeating its foes.
Silver It usually remains motionless to conserve energy, so that it may unleash its full power in battle.
Crystal Said to rest quietly in an undiscovered cave, this Pokémon was created solely for battling.
Stadium 2 Because its battle abilities were raised to the ultimate level, it thinks only of defeating its foes.
Generation IIIHoenn
#—
Kanto
#
RubyMewtwo is a Pokémon that was created by genetic manipulation. However, even though the scientific power of humans created this Pokémon's body, they failed to endow Mewtwo with a compassionate heart.
Sapphire
Emerald A Pokémon that was created by genetic manipulation. However, even though the scientific power of humans made its body, they failed to give it a warm heart.
FireRed A Pokémon whose genetic code was repeatedly recombined for research. It turned vicious as a result.
LeafGreen It was created by a scientist after years of horrific gene-splicing and DNA-engineering experiments.
Generation IVSinnoh
#—
Johto
#
DiamondA Pokémon created by recombining Mew's genes. It's said to have the most savage heart among Pokémon.
Pearl
Platinum
HeartGold Because its battle abilities were raised to the ultimate level, it thinks only of defeating its foes.
SoulSilver It usually remains motionless to conserve energy, so that it may unleash its full power in battle.
Generation VUnova
#—
BlackA Pokémon created by recombining Mew's genes. It's said to have the most savage heart among Pokémon.
White
Black 2A Pokémon created by recombining Mew's genes. It's said to have the most savage heart among Pokémon.
White 2
Generation VIKalos
Mountain #
Hoenn
#—
X It was created by a scientist after years of horrific gene-splicing and DNA-engineering experiments.
Y A Pokémon created by recombining Mew's genes. It's said to have the most savage heart among Pokémon.
Omega RubyMewtwo is a Pokémon that was created by genetic manipulation. However, even though the scientific power of humans created this Pokémon's body, they failed to endow Mewtwo with a compassionate heart.
Alpha Sapphire
Generation VIIIGalar
#—
Sword Created from the DNA of Mew, this Pokémon is a dangerous combination of overwhelming power and a savage heart.
Shield The research efforts of a certain scientist ultimately resulted in this Pokémon. Its powers are dedicated to battling.

Game locations

Mewtwo is only obtainable in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time after downloading a special Wonder Mail from the Nintendo WFC. Unlike other Wonder Mails, the one to unlock Mewtwo does not come with a password.

In events

Games EventLanguage/Region Location Level Distribution period
GSCGotta Catch 'Em All Station! MewtwoEnglish United States 70ShinySeptember 27 to October 3, ;
February 14 to 20,
BWPokémon Smash! MewtwoJapanese Japan
Wi-Fi
70 September 26 to October 31,
BWFebruary MewtwoEnglish Wi-Fi 70 February 12 to 26,
BWStrongest Return MewtwoKorean South Korea 70 March 3,
BWStrongest Return MewtwoKorean Wi-Fi 70 March 15 to May 10,
BWSpring MewtwoFrench Wi-Fi 70 March 26 to May 1,
BWSpring MewtwoGerman Wi-Fi 70 May 1 to 31,
BWSpring MewtwoItalian Wi-Fi 70 May 1 to 31,
BWSpring MewtwoSpanish Wi-Fi 70 May 1 to 31,
BWB2W2Pokémon Hills MewtwoJapanese Japan and Taiwan
Indonesia
Philippines
June 15 to September 1,
November 2, 6, and 9,
November 16 to 17,
BWB2W2Pokémon Hills MewtwoEnglish Indonesia
Philippines
November 2, 6, and 9,
November 16 to 17,
XYORASPokémon Scrap MewtwoJapanese region Online ShinyApril 28 to August 31,
XYORAS Korean World Championship Series MewtwoAll South Korea ShinyMay 5 to 8,
XYORASNintendo Hong Kong MewtwoJapanese region Online ShinyJune 9 to July 24,
XYORASNintendo Hong Kong MewtwoPAL region Online ShinyJune 9 to July 24,
XYORASNintendo Hong Kong MewtwoTaiwanese region Online ShinyJune 9 to July 24,
XYORASPlay! Pokémon MewtwoAmerican region Online ShinyJuly 26 to August 21,
XYORASPlay! Pokémon MewtwoPAL region Online ShinyJuly 26 to August 21,
PEProfessor's MewtwoAll Online 70 April 12 to September 30,
PEGiovanni's MewtwoAll Online 70 August 9, to April 30,
PEPokémon Pass MewtwoAll Online 70 November 4, to March 5,
PEKorean Professor's MewtwoAll Online 70 September 30 to November 30,

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Stats

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Mewtwo

Pokéspecies

Mewtwo[a] is a Pokémon, a fictional creature from Nintendo and Game Freak. Created by Ken Sugimori, it debuted in the video gamesPokémon Red and Green, and later appeared in subsequent sequels and spin-off titles, such as Pokken Tournament. In the video games, the player can fight and capture Mewtwo in order to subsequently pit it against other Pokémon. The player first learns of Mewtwo late in Pokémon Red and Blue by reading research documents left in a ruined laboratory on Cinnabar Island. Mewtwo is regarded as one of the series' strongest Pokémon, and was the strongest in the original games in terms of stats. Mewtwo has also appeared in various animated adaptations of the franchise.

Masachika Ichimura was the first to voice the original Mewtwo character in Japanese, and the creature's younger self is voiced by Fujiko Takimoto in the Sound Picture Box: Mewtwo's OriginCD drama and Showtaro Morikubo in the anime adaptation. In English, Jay Goede voiced Mewtwo in Pokémon: The First Movie (being credited under the pseudonym "Philip Bartlett"[3]) and the Pokémon Live! musical, while Dan Green provided the voice for The First Movie's direct sequel, Pokémon: Mewtwo Returns.[4][5]

Actress Reiko Takashima voiced a second, unrelated Mewtwo in the Pokémon anime special Mewtwo: Prologue to Awakening and its direct sequel, Pokémon the Movie: Genesect and the Legend Awakened; this second Mewtwo is voiced by actress Miriam Pultro in the English dub. Mewtwo has featured in other game franchises, such as Super Smash Bros. series. A third Mewtwo also appears in the live-action animated filmDetective Pikachu, voiced simultaneously by Rina Hoshino and Kotaro Watanabe.

Design and characteristics[edit]

Japanese video game designer Ken Sugimori designed Mewtwo for the first generation of Pocket Monsters games, Red and Green, known outside Japan as Pokémon Red and Blue.[6] In the games, Mewtwo is the result of genetic recombination of Mew’s DNA that was born from Mew similar to real life clones. In the anime adaptation, however, it is instead a modified clone whose name means the "second Mew" that, instead of being born from a Mew like in the games, it was created in a tube with the DNA sample being from a Mew eyelash.[7] Until the first Pokémon movie was released in the United States, Mewtwo was rarely referred to as a "clone" in Japanese sources. Kubo Masakazu, executive producer of Mewtwo Strikes Back, explained that they "intentionally avoid using the term 'kuron' [clone]… because the word has a frightening feel".[8]

Despite being Mew's descendant, Mewtwo directly precedes Mew in the game's numerical Pokémon index, owing to the latter's secret inclusion by Game Freak programmer Shigeki Morimoto.[9] During an interview, Pokémon Company president Tsunekazu Ishihara stated that Mewtwo was expected to be popular with North American audiences, citing their preference for strong, powerful characters.[10]

In the original games, Mewtwo is intended to be "the strongest Pokémon ever".[11] Due to genetic engineering being applied to a sample of Mew's DNA in order to fully create Mewtwo's genome, Mewtwo is an extremely powerful psychic, yet its abilities surpass Mew's due to intentional alterations to the genetic source material. As such, it can use telekinesis for flight,[12] to shield itself, or to powerfully throw opponents aside.[13] In addition, it is among the very few Pokémon capable of human speech, which it does so via telepathy, alongside Zekrom, Reshiram, Zygarde, the Ultra Beast Naganadel, Xerneas, Diancie, and Calyrex.[14] Otherwise, it conserves its energy until needed, such as against powerful opponents. In addition to its psychic abilities, Mewtwo can also regenerate, which allows it to quickly recover from near-fatal injuries.[15] However, Mewtwo notably lacks Mew's ability to learn every single teachable move within the games.

Although Mewtwo's genome is almost identical to Mew's, the genetic engineering used to complete its creation nevertheless resulted in Mewtwo's appearance being very different in comparison to Mew's.[16] It appears as a bipedalfeline that is 6&#;feet 7&#;inches (&#;cm) tall[11] and has a light gray physique with a pronounced and girthy purple tail and abdomen, voluptuous thighs, purple irises, bulbous fingertips, toned chest, crest-like pinnae, and a tube-like mass of flesh that connects from behind its head to the center of its upper back. Its appearance has been likened to "an over sized cross of cat, squirrel and kangaroo".[17]

As a character in the games, Mewtwo's physical appearance is not its only stark divergence from Mew. Mewtwo also has an identical design to the Mother series character, Giygas.

Although its modified genome resulted in its abilities surpassing Mew's, it also resulted in Mewtwo developing a vicious personality[18][19] that is primarily interested in proving its own strength.[20][21] The franchise's non-video game media, particularly the anime, has expanded upon the character. In the most notable instance, Mewtwo telepathically speaks with a male voice and is existentially torn over its purpose in the world.[22][23]

For the sixth and seventh generations of the Pokemon video game series, Mewtwo has two Mega Evolved forms, Mega Mewtwo X and Mega Mewtwo Y. These can be activated if the player gives Mewtwo either the Mewtwonite X or the Mewtwonite Y.[24]

Appearances[edit]

In video games[edit]

In Pokémon Red and Blue, the player learns Mewtwo's existence by reading research notes left in the ruined Pokémon Mansion on Cinnabar Island. The notes say that the island's scientists discovered a new Pokémon in a Guyana jungle, that they named it Mew, and that it later gave birth to a creature they called Mewtwo; the game's Pokédex entry states that Mewtwo was "created by a scientist after years of horrific gene splicing and DNA engineering experiments".[16][25] Mewtwo proved too mighty to control, destroying the laboratory and escaping. The player is later given an opportunity to capture Mewtwo in the Cerulean Cave, which is accessible only after defeating the game's final bosses, the Elite Four and Blue;[26] in the remakes Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen this prerequisite was expanded, requiring the player to explore more thoroughly and record information on sixty Pokémon species before access to the cave would be granted.[27]

Mewtwo can be caught in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver in the same location as before after defeating all of the gym leaders in Kanto. The character was also the focus of a promotion and downloadable content giveaway for Pokémon Black and White. It was also said to be under a truck in one of the cities, though this was revealed to be a hoax.[28] Mewtwo also reappears in Pokémon X and Y after completing the main story, and is one of the handful of Pokémon capable of using the new Mega Evolution mechanic, as it can transform into either Mega Mewtwo X or Mega Mewtwo Y.[29][30]

Since its debut, Mewtwo has appeared in other Nintendo games. In Pokémon Stadium and Pokémon Pinball, Mewtwo appears as a final boss after all competitions have been completed.[31][32] In Pokémon Puzzle League, Mewtwo serves not only as the final opponent, but also as the main antagonist responsible for the game's events.[33] Other games, such as Super Smash Bros. Melee and the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series, have featured Mewtwo as an unlockable player character that must be defeated before it may be used,[34][35] while others like Pokémon Snap have featured the character in cameos, appearing once certain conditions have been met.[36] For all appearances in which the character has spoken dialogue, Mewtwo is voiced by Masachika Ichimura, with the exception of Pokémon Puzzle League, where it is voiced by Philip Bartlett,[4] and Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U and Ultimate, where it is voiced by Keiji Fujiwara.[37]

After failing to make a playable appearance in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Mewtwo returned to the series as a DLC character in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U on April 28, , though it was made available to Club Nintendo members who registered both versions on April 15, In 3DS and Wii U, its Final Smash involves it Mega Evolving into Mega Mewtwo Y and using Psystrike, its signature move in the Pokémon games.[38] A new form of Mewtwo, Shadow Mewtwo, appears as a boss character in Pokkén Tournament[39] and has a special attack that involves it Mega Evolving into Mega Mewtwo X. In addition, its normal form appears as a playable character.[40] Mewtwo returned as a playable character in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate for the Nintendo Switch, where it is once again an unlockable character.[41]

In the augmented reality mobile game Pokémon Go, a different variation of Mewtwo's armored appearance from Pokémon: The First Movie was available for a limited time in Tier 5 Raids in July [42][43][44]

In anime and related media[edit]

Mewtwo is featured in the film Pokémon: The First Movie as the main antagonist. Unlike in the games, it is shown to be the creation of the criminal organization Team Rocket, and is referred to as a clone instead of a genetically modified mammal. After Mewtwo destroys the laboratory where it was born, Team Rocket's leader, Giovanni, convinces Mewtwo he can help it control its powers, instead using Mewtwo as a weapon. After escaping Giovanni, Mewtwo questions the reason for its existence and declares revenge on its creators. To this end, it lures several Pokémon trainers, among them protagonistAsh Ketchum, to its island in order to clone their Pokémon. Once it does so, Mewtwo forces the originals to battle their clones in an effort to determine which set is superior, while Mewtwo faces its own genetic relative, Mew. Ash sacrifices himself to stop the fighting, though he is later revived from tears shed by both the originals and clones because of his sacrifice.

Mewtwo, upon acknowledging the selflessness of Ash's sacrifice, comes to the conclusion that one's actions determine who they are and not the circumstances of their birth. Soon after having this epiphany, Mewtwo and the clones are joined by Mew as they leave to find a sanctuary, with Mewtwo erasing all memory of the events from those gathered.[45] In localizing the film for English-language audiences, Mewtwo's personality became more arrogant and megalomaniacal; localization director Norman Grossfield ruled the changes necessary, as he believed American audiences needed a "clearly evil" instead of ambiguous villain.[46] In the film, Mewtwo is voiced by Jay Goede (credited as Philip Bartlett) in English, and by Ichimura in Japanese.[4] In this film, Mewtwo displayed unique abilities and powers unseen in other Pokémon, such as blocking all Pokémon moves in his arena when the clones face off against the originals.

In September , Nintendo published Sound Picture Box Mewtwo, which included The Birth of Mewtwo: Pokémon Radio Drama, a CD drama that expands upon Mewtwo's origins. Created by scientist Dr. Fuji, Mewtwo is one of several cloning attempts, which also include Amber, a clone of Fuji's deceased daughter. The young Mewtwo befriends Amber, communicating telepathically; however, the cloning process proves unstable, and she dies. To save the traumatized Mewtwo, Fuji erases its memories and puts it under sedation until its body finishes developing, leading to the events of the film. The CD drama was later adapted into a short anime, and was included with Japanese home releases and broadcasts of Mewtwo Strikes Back and later in North America in December as part of Mewtwo Returns. Mewtwo as a child is voiced in Japanese by Fujiko Takimoto for the CD drama and Showtaro Morikubo for the anime, while in the English localization the voice actor is uncredited.[45][47][48]

In December , the film was followed by a direct sequel, Pokémon: Mewtwo Returns, which was broadcast on Japanese television in December and released worldwide on home video and DVD in Voiced by Dan Green in English with Ichimura reprising the role in Japanese, Mewtwo and the clones have since found peace on Mount Quena in Johto, a region which directly neighbors Mewtwo's home region of Kanto. However, Giovanni, whose memories were left intact after the first film, locates and pursues Mewtwo. Assisted by Ash and his companions, Mewtwo comes to terms with its existence and defeats Giovanni, removing any memory of itself from his and his soldiers' minds, while leaving the others unaffected. As everyone departs, Mewtwo sets out on its own while the clones remain safely behind on Mount Quena.[47]

Mewtwo also appears in the musicalPokémon Live!, a live action adaptation of the anime set after Pokémon: The First Movie, and is portrayed by Marton Fulop. In it, Mewtwo faces a robotic replica of itself, MechaMew2, created by Giovanni and able to learn any attacks used against it. However, after learning compassion from Mewtwo, the machine rebels and self-destructs.[49] The television special Pokémon: The Mastermind of Mirage Pokémon features a hologram version of Mewtwo, created and controlled by the story's antagonist Dr. Yung. With help from a hologram Mew, Ash and his companions destroy the Mewtwo hologram and defeat Yung.[50]

Another Mewtwo appears in the anime special Mewtwo: Prologue to Awakening and its direct sequel Pokémon the Movie: Genesect and the Legend Awakened, voiced by the actress Reiko Takashima. Compared to the original Mewtwo, this one is also conflicted about its existence, yet is more empathic to the point of not being belligerent toward humans, as shown when it protects Ash, Iris, Cilan, and Eric from the rampaging Genesect army. Unlike the original Mewtwo, this one is able to Mega Evolve into Mega Mewtwo Y; due to Mega Evolution not being fully introduced at the time, it is referred to in the film as Mewtwo's "Awakened Form" (覚醒した姿, Kakusei-shita Sugata).[51]

A Mewtwo, which was created by Mr. Fuji, appears in the anime miniseries Pokémon Origins, which is generally based on the plot of the video games Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen.[52] As such, Red goes to Cerulean Cave, and uses the Mega Evolution mechanic introduced in Pokémon X and Y to Mega Evolve his Charizard for the fight with Mewtwo, whom Red captures.[53]

Mewtwo made its live-action animated debut in the movie Detective Pikachu.[54] Mewtwo also appears in the film Pokémon: Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution, a remake of Pokémon: The First Movie, that premiered on July 12, [55]

Mewtwo from the first film appears in Pokémon Journeys episode "Getting More Than You Battled For!". Mewtwo protects several Pokémon that had been abused by humans on Cero Island since its departure from Mount Quena. Ash recognizes Mewtwo while Goh meets it for the first time after they were saved from the waterfall. After defeating Ash and Goh in a battle, Mewtwo decides to leave Cero Island with the rescued Pokémon and teleports them back to the Cerise Laboratory, allowing them to retain their memories of the encounter.[56]

In printed adaptations[edit]

Mewtwo has appeared as a central character in several books related to the Pokémon franchise, including novelizations of Mewtwo Strikes Back and Mewtwo Returns, both of which closely follow the events of the films.[57][58][59] In December , Viz Media published the children's picture book I'm Not Pikachu!: Pokémon Tales Movie Special, which featured children taking on traits of the characters from the film, including Mewtwo.[60] In May , Viz released a second children's book, Mewtwo's Watching You!, which featured a shy Mewtwo interestedly watching other Pokémon play.[61]

In the manga series Pokémon Adventures, Team Rocket created Mewtwo, but some of its DNA is placed inside the Gym leader Blaine. Because of the DNA that they share, the two are unable to be separated for very long without becoming ill.[62] Later, another Pokémon, Entei, is able to break the bond between the two by removing the DNA in Blaine's arm, at which point Mewtwo leaves. It eventually helps the main character of the series, Red, fight against Team Rocket leader Giovanni and his Deoxys.[63]

In , Toshihiro Ono was asked to write a story detailing Mewtwo's origin to coincide with the release of Pokémon: The First Movie.[64] The page comic, presented in the form of a flashback,[65] was replaced midway by "The Birth of Mewtwo" animated short, resulting in little connection between Ono's work and the film.[64] Regardless, it saw print as a side story for Pokémon: The Electric Tale of Pikachu in the July issue of CoroCoro Comic. In it, Mewtwo's creator Dr. Fuji takes on the role of a coach for the fully developed Pokémon, while his employers, Team Rocket, test its abilities. Learning of a plan to mass-produce it as a weapon, Fuji approaches Mewtwo and tells it to destroy the lab and Fuji himself. Mewtwo refuses, stating it cannot harm the doctor, who it regards as its father. Once captured by Team Rocket, Fuji tells Mewtwo that he is honored by the statement, and is then killed. Angered by his death, Mewtwo destroys the lab and escapes. In the present, Mewtwo cries in its sleep as it dreams of the events.[65]

Reception[edit]

In the games, Mewtwo is consistently noted as being one of the strongest opponents, and has been described in Pokémon Red and Blue as being "the best Pokémon in the game",[66][67] as well as "one of the rarest — and hardest to catch".[68] Because of the character's multiple strengths and few weaknesses, it changes how players approach playing against each other, causing players to either develop strategies solely to defeat an opposing Mewtwo,[69][70][71] or to prohibit its use when battling other players.[72]IGN's staff bemoaned its exclusion from Super Smash Bros. Brawl.[73] A poll by IGN on whether the character was missed by others in Brawl shared a similar sentiment,[74] though they also described it as one of Super Smash Bros. Melee's weakest characters.[34] Professional Super Smash Bros. player Jason "Mew2King" Zimmerman takes his handle from Mewtwo, although he uses other characters in competition.[75] Authors Tracey West and Katherine Noll called Mewtwo the fifth best Legendary Pokémon and the sixth best Pokémon overall.[76] Jeremy Parish of Polygon ranked 73 fighters from Super Smash Bros. Ultimate "from garbage to glorious", listing Mewtwo as 40th and criticized.[77] Kevin Slackie of Paste listed Mewtwo as one of the best Pokemon, and further stated Mewtwo has managed to stay relevant for over 20 years without the same exposure as Pikachu, which itself is a testament to its amazing staying power as one of the most powerful Pokémon.[78] Gavin Jasper of Den of Geek ranked Mewtwo as 35th of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate characters, and calling Mewtwo as a Akuma of Pokémon.[79] Mewtwo was ranked second in Complex's "The 50 Best Pokemon Up to Pokemon Crystal", with Elijah Watson saying "that Mewtwo actually exists somewhere on this planet, maybe it'll see its position on our list and spare us."[80]IGN readers voted Mewtwo as the second-best pocket monster, receiving 86% of win percentage.[81] Dale Bishir of IGN described Mewtwo as the most important Pokémon that impacted the franchise’s history, and further stated that his prominence is seen all over the franchise, with him having two mega evolutions, his major role in the Detective Pikachu, being a playable character in Super Smash Bros., and even having two animated movies about him.[82] Steven Bogos of The Escapist listed Mewtwo as fourth of their favorite Pokémon, describing it as undoubtedly the most powerful Pokémon of the original games.[83]

The book Pikachu's Global Adventure: The Rise and Fall of Pokémon noted Mewtwo as popular with older male children who tend to be drawn to "tough or scary" characters; Mew in contrast was described as a polar opposite, a character popular with young girls who tend to be drawn to "cute" characters.[84] Others books, such as Media and the Make-believe Worlds of Children, have noted a similar comparison, citing Mewtwo as "more aggressive-looking" compared to Mew and emphasizing the importance of the contrast for children.[85] The book Gaming Cultures and Place in Asia-Pacific compares Sugimori's design of Mewtwo to that of Japanese tokusatsu films, namely monster films like the Godzilla in creating "monstrous yet familiar silhouettes from the past renewed agency in the form of eyes and expressions which cut through the viewer".[72]

In reception to extended media for the Pokémon franchise, Mewtwo has been likened to Frankenstein's monster as a being born from artificial means and discontent with the fact.[86][87] Theology Secretary for the Church of England Anne Richards described Mewtwo as representing a "parable about the pointlessness of force", and praised the character for displaying the Christian value of redemption.[88] Other reactions have been mixed. While it has been cited as a "complex and compelling villain" by some critics,[89] its goal of world domination was received as a trait shared by "…every anime villain…",[86] and likened to a James Bond villain by Daily Record.[90]

However, Animerica praised Mewtwo as a character with "philosophical depth" as well as for serving as "an adversary of almost infinite power and genuine malice" that the anime series had been lacking.[91] Ken Hollings of Sight & Sound described Mewtwo as "brooding, articulate and vengeful where the other Pokémon remain bright blobs of wordless energy", and "Like a troubled elder brother, Mewtwo represents an older order of experience."[92]Anime Classics Zettai!: Must-See Japanese Animation Masterpieces praised the character as the best villain of the Pokémon film series, and one of Mewtwo Strikes Back's strongest elements.[93] The Los Angeles Times cited its behavior as a point of humor in relation to its appearance as a "decidedly feline character."[94]

Mewtwo's image is utilized for merchandise related to the Pokémon franchise, which includes toys, children's toothbrushes,[95] and a playing piece for a Pokémon-themed version of Monopoly.[96] Several action figures have been made, such as a posable figure by Hasbro in that included accessories to recreate its "Hyper Beam" and "Light Screen" attacks, and a six-inch-tall "talking" figurine by Jakks Pacific as part of a series to commemorate the anime's Battle Frontierstory arc.[97] Items marketed for adults featuring Mewtwo have also been sold and distributed by Nintendo, such as T-shirts.[98] The island nation of Niue released a one-dollar coin featuring the character as part of a commemorative promotion for the Pokémon franchise, with Mewtwo on one side and the nation's coat of arms on the other.[99] Mewtwo also appears on the port side of All Nippon Airways's Pocket Monsters Boeing jumbo jet, alongside Mew.[][]

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External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mewtwo
Mewtwo’s Birth [The Uncut Story of Mewtwo’s Origin]
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NameOther NamesNo.Gender RatioTypeMewtwo
Japan: Mewtwo
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French: Mewtwo
German: Mewtu
Korean: &#;&#;
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Central: #
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Mewtwo is GenderlessClassificationHeightWeightCapture RateBase Egg StepsGenetic Pokémon6'07"
mlbs
kg330,
Abilities: Pressure - Unnerve(Hidden Ability)Pressure: When this Pokémon is hit by a move, the opponent&#x;s PP lowers by 2 rather than 1.
Hidden Ability(Available):
Unnerve: The opponent Pokémon will never use their held Berry while the Pokémon is in battle Experience GrowthBase HappinessEffort Values EarnedEligible for Sky Battle?1,, Points
Slow03 Sp. Attack Point(s)
Not Eligible/Known
 Mewtwo cannot breed
Locations - In-Depth DetailsXPokémon VillageDetailsYPokémon VillageDetailsOmega RubyTrade from X & YAlpha SapphireTrade from X & Y
Flavor TextXIt was created by a scientist after years of horrific gene-splicing and DNA-engineering experiments.YA Pokémon created by recombining Mew's genes. It's said to have the most savage heart among Pokémon.Omega RubyMewtwo is a Pokémon that was created by genetic manipulation. However, even though the scientific power of humans created this Pokémon's body, they failed to endow Mewtwo with a compassionate heart.Alpha Sapphire
TM & HM AttacksTM03Psyshock8010--The user materializes an odd psychic wave to attack the target. This attack does physical damage.TM04Calm Mind----20--The user quietly focuses its mind and calms its spirit to raise its Sp. Atk and Sp. Def stats.TM06Toxic--9010--A move that leaves the target badly poisoned. Its poison damage worsens every turn.TM07Hail----10--The user summons a hailstorm lasting five turns. It damages all Pokémon except the Ice type.TM08Bulk Up----20--The user tenses its muscles to bulk up its body, boosting both its Attack and Defense stats.TM10Hidden Power6015--A unique attack that varies in type depending on the Pokémon using it.TM11Sunny Day----5--The user intensifies the sun for five turns, powering up Fire-type moves.TM12Taunt--20--The target is taunted into a rage that allows it to use only attack moves for three turns.TM13Ice Beam901010The target is struck with an icy-cold beam of energy. It may also freeze the target solid.TM14Blizzard70510A howling blizzard is summoned to strike the opposing team. It may also freeze them solid.TM15Hyper Beam905--The target is attacked with a powerful beam. The user must rest on the next turn to regain its energy.TM16Light Screen----30--A wondrous wall of light is put up to suppress damage from special attacks for five turns.TM17Protect----10--It enables the user to evade all attacks. Its chance of failing rises if it is used in succession.TM18Rain Dance----5--The user summons a heavy rain that falls for five turns, powering up Water-type moves.TM20Safeguard----25--The user creates a protective field that prevents status problems for five turns.TM21Frustration??20--A full-power attack that grows more powerful the less the user likes its Trainer.TM22Solar Beam10--A two-turn attack. The user gathers light, then blasts a bundled beam on the second turn.TM24Thunderbolt901510A strong electric blast is loosed at the target. It may also leave the target with paralysis.TM25Thunder701030A wicked thunderbolt is dropped on the target to inflict damage. It may also leave the target with paralysis.TM26Earthquake10--The user sets off an earthquake that strikes those around it.TM27Return??20--A full-power attack that grows more powerful the more the user likes its Trainer.TM29Psychic901010The target is hit by a strong telekinetic force. It may also reduce the target's Sp. Def stat.TM30Shadow Ball801520The user hurls a shadowy blob at the target. It may also lower the target's Sp. Def stat.TM31Brick Break7515--The user attacks with a swift chop. It can also break any barrier such as Light Screen and Reflect.TM32Double Team----15--By moving rapidly, the user makes illusory copies of itself to raise its evasiveness.TM33Reflect----20--A wondrous wall of light is put up to suppress damage from physical attacks for five turns.TM35Flamethrower901510The target is scorched with an intense blast of fire. It may also leave the target with a burn.TM37Sandstorm----10--A five-turn sandstorm is summoned to hurt all combatants except the Rock, Ground, and Steel types.TM38Fire Blast85510The target is attacked with an intense blast of all-consuming fire. It may also leave the target with a burn.TM39Rock Tomb609515Boulders are hurled at the target. It also lowers the target's Speed by preventing its movement.TM40Aerial Ace60--20--The user confounds the target with speed, then slashes. The attack lands without fail.TM41Torment--15--The user torments and enrages the target, making it incapable of using the same move twice in a row.TM42Facade7020--An attack move that doubles its power if the user is poisoned, burned, or has paralysis.TM44Rest----10--The user goes to sleep for two turns. It fully restores the user's HP and heals any status problem.TM47Low Sweep6520The user attacks the target's legs swiftly, reducing the target's Speed stat.TM48Round6015--The user attacks the target with a song. Others can join in the Round and make the attack do greater damage.TM52Focus Blast70510The user heightens its mental focus and unleashes its power. It may also lower the target's Sp. Def.TM53Energy Ball901010The user draws power from nature and fires it at the target. It may also lower the target's Sp. Def.TM56Fling??10--The user flings its held item at the target to attack. Its power and effects depend on the item.TM57Charge Beam50901070The user attacks with an electric charge. The user may use any remaining electricity to raise its Sp. Atk stat.TM59Incinerate6015--The user attacks opposing Pokemon with fire. If a Pokemon is holding a certain item, such as a berry, the item becomes burned up and unusableTM61Will-O-Wisp--8515--The user shoots a sinister, bluish-white flame at the target to inflict a burn.TM63Embargo--15--It prevents the target from using its held item. Its Trainer is also prevented from using items on it.TM68Giga Impact905--The user charges at the target using every bit of its power. The user must rest on the next turn.TM70Flash--20--The user flashes a bright light that cuts the target's accuracy. It can also be used to illuminate caves.TM71Stone Edge805--The user stabs the foe with sharpened stones from below. It has a high critical-hit ratio.TM73Thunder Wave--20--A weak electric charge is launched at the target. It causes paralysis if it hits.TM77Psych Up----10--The user hypnotizes itself into copying any stat change made by the target.TM78Bulldoze6020The user stomps down on the ground and attacks everything in the area. Hit Pokémon's Speed stat is reduced.TM80Rock Slide75901030Large boulders are hurled at the opposing team to inflict damage. It may also make the targets flinch.TM84Poison Jab802030The target is stabbed with a tentacle or arm steeped in poison. It may also poison the target.TM85Dream Eater15--The user eats the dreams of a sleeping target. It absorbs half the damage caused to heal the user's HP.TM86Grass Knot??20--The user snares the target with grass and trips it. The heavier the target, the greater the damage.TM87Swagger--9015--The user enrages and confuses the target. However, it also sharply raises the target's Attack stat.TM88Sleep Talk----10--While it is asleep, the user randomly uses one of the moves it knows.TM90Substitute----10--The user makes a copy of itself using some of its HP. The copy serves as the user's decoy.TM92Trick Room----5--The user creates a bizarre area in which slower Pokémon get to move first for five turns.TM94 (XY)
HM06 (ORAS)Rock Smash401550The user attacks with a punch that can shatter a rock. It may also lower the target's Defense stat.TM94 (ORAS)Secret Power702030The user attacks the target with a secret power. Its added effects vary depending on the user's environment.TM98Power-Up Punch4020Striking opponents over and over makes the user's fists harder. Hitting a target raises the Attack stat.TMConfide----20The user tells the target a secret, and the target loses its ability to concentrate. This lowers the target's Sp. Atk stat.HM04Strength8015--The target is slugged with a punch thrown at maximum power. It can also be used to move heavy boulders.HM07 (ORAS)
(&#;RαS) OnlyDive8010--Diving on the first turn, the user floats up and attacks on the second turn. It can be used to dive deep in the ocean.
Stats HPAttackDefenseSp. AttackSp. DefenseSpeedBase Stats - Total: 9090Max Stats
Hindering NatureLv. 50 - - 85 - - 85 - - Lv. - - - - - - Max Stats
Neutral NatureLv. 50 - - 95 - - 95 - - Lv. - - - - - - Max Stats
Beneficial NatureLv. 50 - - - - - - Lv. - - - - - -
Abilities: SteadfastSteadfast: Speed raises by one level every time the Pokémon flinches.
Stats - Mega Evolution HPAttackDefenseSp. AttackSp. DefenseSpeedBase Stats - Total: Max Stats
Hindering NatureLv. 50 - - 94 - - 94 - - Lv. - - - - - - Max Stats
Neutral NatureLv. 50 - - - - - - Lv. - - - - - - Max Stats
Beneficial NatureLv. 50 - - - - - - Lv. - - - - - -
Mega Evolution YPictureNameOther NamesNo.Gender RatioType
Mega Mewtwo Y
Japan: MegaMyuutsu Y
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French: MegaMewtwo Y
German: Mega-Mewtu Y
Korean: &#;&#;&#;&#; Y
Mewtwo is GenderlessClassificationHeightWeightCapture RateBase Egg StepsGenetic Pokémon4'11"
mlbs
33kg330,
Abilities: InsomniaInsomnia: The Pokémon cannot be put to Sleep while having this ability.
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