Mewtwo (M01)

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Mewtwo
ミュウツー Mewtwo
Mewtwo M01.png
Mewtwo in Mewtwo Strikes Back
Mewtwo M22.png
Mewtwo in Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution
Debuts in The Battle of the Badge
Caught at New Island
Gender Unknown*
Ability Unknown
Released in Showdown at the Po-ké Corral
Current location Johto
150
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Mewtwo Masachika Ichimura
Shōtarō Morikubo*
Fujiko Takimoto*
Jay Goede*
Dan Green*
Unknown*

Mewtwo (Japanese: ミュウツー Mewtwo) is a Psychic-type Legendary Pokémon who was cloned from a Mew.

The story of Mewtwo is chronicled in the radio drama The Birth of Mewtwo, its animated counterpart The Uncut Story of Mewtwo's Origin, the movie Mewtwo Strikes Back, the television special Mewtwo Returns, and the remake movie Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution. It made brief appearances in the anime, notably in The Battle of the Badge, when Giovanni used it to defeat Gary Oak; and in Showdown at the Po-ké Corral, where it escaped from Team Rocket HQ, a scene also chronicled in Mewtwo Strikes Back and Mewtwo Returns.

In the anime

History

Young Mewtwo crying as Ambertwo dies

Kanto

Approximately twenty years ago, Team Rocket discovered that a Mew was living in Guyana. Many years later, under the orders of the new boss Giovanni, an expedition team of Team Rocket scientists traveled to the area to search for a fossil of Mew, and succeeded in finding an eyelash belonging to it. Giovanni hired Dr. Fuji to clone Mew for him and create the most powerful Pokémon in existence. Fuji agreed, but only in order to continue his research into cloning his deceased daughter, Amber.

One month after the discovery of the eyelash, Mewtwo was successfully created and stored at New Island. At this point, it was still not fully grown and lived in a large tank beside others that contained Bulbasaurtwo, Squirtletwo, Charmandertwo, and Ambertwo. Fuji and the other scientists thought that Mewtwo was unconscious inside its tube, but it was able to communicate telepathically with Ambertwo and the other clones. However, because the cloning process requires a strong life force, all four other clones died. Before this, Mew was revealed to have an immortal life force, explaining why Mew's DNA sample made a successful clone in Mewtwo.

Over the years, Mewtwo matured and grew confused over its origin and place in the world. After resolving to figure out where it belongs, Mewtwo broke out of its tank, with Mewtwo exchanging some words with its creators while asking about the nature of its existence and its destiny. The Team Rocket scientists were happy that they had succeeded in creating the most powerful Pokémon in the world, but that joy turned to horror once Mewtwo retaliated. Realizing that it was just an experiment of mankind, Mewtwo unleashed its fury upon them. Despite the efforts of the security systems that were designed to control it, Mewtwo destroyed the laboratory on New Island and all of the scientists in it.

Mewtwo in its robotic suit in Mewtwo Strikes Back
Mewtwo in its robotic suit in Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution

Immediately thereafter, Giovanni found Mewtwo and convinced it to help with Team Rocket's goal of controlling the world. Mewtwo's power was focused as well as restrained by a robotic suit of armor as it performed tasks, such as battling for Giovanni in the Viridian Gym and helping Team Rocket capture Pokémon. At one point, Giovanni, after temporarily (at the time) abdicating the Viridian Gym to Jessie James and Meowth, utilized Mewtwo for what was presumably a very serious matter. Mewtwo eventually became tired of being used by Giovanni. It developed a strong hatred for humans and felt that they were weak and selfish beings who were only interested in power and wealth; it also despised the Pokémon who served humans. Mewtwo escaped from Giovanni, destroying Team Rocket headquarters in the process (something that the Team Rocket trio witnessed, ironically around the time they themselves considered defecting from Team Rocket), and relocated to its birthplace on New Island and built a castle there.

Mewtwo then issued a challenge to several strong Pokémon Trainers, including Ash Ketchum. It used its powers to create a storm that would serve as a test to see who could make it to the island. Only a handful of Trainers decided to brave the storm and arrive, including Ash and his friends. Upon revealing itself, Mewtwo challenged the Trainers with its clone Pokémon—Venusaur, Blastoise, and Charizard—to prove its superiority to human Trainers and the superiority of cloned Pokémon in comparison to trained Pokémon. To do this, Mewtwo used a variation of the Poké Balls used by Trainers. Once caught in the Balls, the Trainers' Pokémon were cloned in a downstairs laboratory. However, before Mewtwo could defeat the Trainers and move out into the world, Mew appeared. Mew and Mewtwo fought at length, ceasing only when Ash—exasperated over the drawn-out and fruitless battling—ran into the fray and was caught in their crossfire, which turned his body to stone. After Ash was revived by the tears of the nearby Pokémon, clone and original alike, Mewtwo experienced a change of heart and no longer sought to conquer the world. Mewtwo reasoned that it would be best if no one remembered the events that had transpired, so it erased the memories of all the people and Pokémon and transported everyone but Team Rocket back to the mainland. Mewtwo and Mew left New Island with the cloned Pokémon to seek a proper place for themselves.

Mewtwo overlooking an unknown city

Johto

Soon afterwards, Mewtwo and the clones migrated to Johto and eventually settled on Mount Quena. To prevent them from having any encounters with humans, Mewtwo frequently used severe storms to make the mountain inaccessible. One day, a bus full of people was nearly knocked off the road, so Mewtwo decided to use its telekinesis to right the bus and prevent an accident. After its actions were questioned, it explained to its fellow clones that a bus crash would attract even more humans. However, Meowthtwo believed that the act may have also been due to a growing soft spot for humanity, which Mewtwo vehemently denied.

After a few years, Giovanni found Mewtwo's hiding place using one of Team Rocket's satellites and began a plan to capture it once again. However, this plan was foiled when Mewtwo again met with Ash, who did not remember their previous encounter. Giovanni restrained Mewtwo, but Ash and his friends helped it to escape and defeat Giovanni. At the end of the ordeal, Mewtwo erased Giovanni and his soldiers' memories and decided to move throughout the world, searching for the meaning of its life.

Unknown city

In the epilogue to Mewtwo Returns and in some openings and movie previews, Mewtwo has been seen wearing a plain brown cape and moving across rooftops at night.

Personality and characteristics

Mewtwo and Giovanni

Throughout the course of the first movie, Mewtwo viewed all humans as its enemy, as Team Rocket's boss Giovanni would usually rely on it for his evil deeds, and the scientists strongly implied they were more pleased with the project being a success than its actual worth as a living being. However, ever since Ash was petrified by the attacks of both Mewtwo and Mew, Mewtwo had a change of heart and did everything to make sure that no one remembered what happened.

Its personality and motives beyond its initial misanthropy were largely different between the Japanese version and the English dub of the original movie. In the former, Mewtwo was insecure about its place in the world largely due to its status as a clone, and it preferred having a more direct confrontation between humanity and naturally-born Pokémon as revenge via its own cloned Pokémon, with the hurricane being more of a means to an end in bringing about this confrontation. In the latter, Mewtwo is significantly more confident in his status as stronger than any known Pokémon in existence, including its template, and it fully intended to destroy the entire world via hurricane as revenge against humanity. Its characterization in the dub for the remake is much closer to that seen in the Japanese version.

It had calmed down considerably since the events in Kanto, and Mewtwo had grown into a guardian figure for its fellow clones. While it still questioned its place in the world, it felt responsible for its clones and was willing to sacrifice itself in order to keep them safe from harm. While still cautious about humans, it was also willing to save them if needs be, such as when he used his Psychic powers to save a busload of tourists; in the Japanese version, it conceded to Meowth-two's speculation that it did this due to having some care for the well-being of the humans (although it was mostly out of pragmatism due to wanting to avoid the risk of being discovered by news choppers). Its view on humanity was further changed as Ash helped Mewtwo to Purity Spring, Ash claiming that no one needs a reason to help someone. Mewtwo's outlook on life was further influenced by how the spring affected it, as if the waters had the same restoring effect on it as they did on other Pokémon, then it concluded that the world was its rightful place as well.

After the military operation on Mount Quena came to a head, Mewtwo had initially contemplated on erasing the memories of everyone involved. However, it took Meowth's speech into consideration, as erasing their memories would prevent the clones from learning about their past, and forgetting would not change the fact that things happen. Mewtwo decided to only erase the memories of Team Rocket—excluding Jessie, James, and Meowth—and departed.

Moves used

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Using Psychic
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Using Barrier
Move First Used In
Psychic  The Battle of the Badge
Hyper Beam The Birth of Mewtwo
Recover The Birth of Mewtwo
Swift The Birth of Mewtwo
Barrier  Mewtwo Strikes Back
Counter  Mewtwo Strikes Back
Shadow Ball  Mewtwo Strikes Back
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Pokémon


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Created

Pikachutwo in Mewtwo Returns

Pikachutwo in Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution
Pikachutwo
Main article: Pikachutwo

Pikachu was cloned from Ash's Pikachu and battled him. Dubbed "Pikachutwo" and "Pikatwo" by the fandom, this clone was also central to the plot of Mewtwo Returns.

Debut Mewtwo Strikes Back
Voice actors
Japanese Megumi Hayashibara
English Megumi Hayashibara
Meowthtwo in Mewtwo Strikes Back

Meowthtwo in Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution
Meowthtwo
Meowth was cloned from Team Rocket's Meowth. He was the only clone who refused to fight his counterpart. Dubbed "Meowthtwo" (Japanese: Nyarthtwo) by the fandom, this clone was also central to the plot of Mewtwo Returns. He was seen often with Pikachutwo in that special.

Unlike the Meowth he was cloned from, Meowthtwo is incapable of speaking human language, as that trait was a learned behavior, and thus not carried in Meowth's genetic makeup.

None of Meowthtwo's moves are known.

Debut Mewtwo Strikes Back
Voice actors
Japanese Chiyako Shibahara (M01)
Misuzu Togashi (M22)
English Chiyako Shibahara
Venusaurtwo in Mewtwo Strikes Back

Venusaurtwo in Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution
Venusaurtwo
This Venusaur battled Corey's Venusaur, Bruteroot. It easily defeated Bruteroot, first blocking its Razor Leaf and then using its vines to send it flying.

Venusaurtwo's known moves are Vine Whip, Razor Leaf*, and Leaf Storm*.

Debut Mewtwo Strikes Back
Voice actors
Japanese Ryūzaburō Ōtomo (M01)
Tsuguo Mogami (M22)
Charizardtwo in Mewtwo Strikes Back

Charizardtwo in Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution
Charizardtwo
Mewtwo's cloned Charizard battled Ash's Charizard, winning the match easily.

Charizardtwo's known moves are Flamethrower and Seismic Toss.

Debut Mewtwo Strikes Back
Voice actors
Japanese Ryouta Iwasaki (M22)
Blastoisetwo in Mewtwo Strikes Back

Blastoisetwo in Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution
Blastoisetwo
The cloned Blastoise battled Neesha's own Blastoise, Shellshocker. It easily defeated Shellshocker with a single attack.

Blastoisetwo's known moves are Rapid Spin, Hydro Pump*, and Skull Bash*.

Debut Mewtwo Strikes Back
Voice actors
Japanese
English Eric Stuart
Mewtwo clones in Mewtwo Strikes Back

Mewtwo clones in Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution
Cloned Pokémon
Mewtwo cloned many of the Pokémon owned by the Trainers that came to New Island. Other than the Pokémon already mentioned above, Mewtwo's army included Pokémon cloned from Ash's Bulbasaur and Squirtle; Misty's Psyduck; Brock's Vulpix; Corey's Pidgeot, Scyther, Hitmonlee, Rhyhorn, and Sandslash; Neesha's Wigglytuff, Rapidash, Dewgong, Vileplume, and Ninetales; and Fergus's Gyarados, Nidoqueen, Seadra, Vaporeon, Golduck, and Tentacruel.

Bulbasaurtwo's only known move is Vine Whip.
Other cloned Pokémon's moves are unknown.

Debut Mewtwo Strikes Back

Befriended

Bulbasaurtwo, Charmandertwo, and Squirtletwo
Bulbasaurtwo, Charmandertwo, and Squirtletwo
Bulbasaurtwo, Charmandertwo, and Squirtletwo are three of the original cloning attempts made by Dr. Fuji, along with Ambertwo and Mewtwo itself. They were created after Ambertwo and before Mewtwo, but the cloning attempts failed and all three Pokémon died shortly thereafter, followed soon by Ambertwo.

None of their moves are known.

Debut The Birth of Mewtwo
Voice actors
Japanese
English Tara Jayne (Bulbasaurtwo)
Michael Haigney (Charmandertwo)
Eric Stuart (Squirtletwo)

Used

Fearow in Mewtwo Strikes Back

Fearow in Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution
Fearow
Mewtwo used this Fearow to find Trainers worthy of coming to New Island. It has a camera attached to its neck so Mewtwo can see what it flies over and choose worthy Trainers.

None of Fearow's moves are known.

Debut Mewtwo Strikes Back
Dragonite in Mewtwo Strikes Back

Dragonite in Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution
Dragonite
Mewtwo used this Dragonite as a messenger to deliver invitations for Trainers to come to New Island.

None of Dragonite's moves are known.

Debut Mewtwo Strikes Back
Voice actors
Japanese Mitsuru Ogata
English Mitsuru Ogata

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 市村正親 Masachika Ichimura
森久保祥太郎 Shotaro Morikubo (child; M01)
瀧本富士子 Fujiko Takimoto (child; The Birth of Mewtwo)
English Philip Bartlett (M01)
Dan Green (Mewtwo Returns, M22)
Unknown (child)
Czech Jaromír Meduna
Dutch Victor van Swaay
Finnish Jussi Lampi (M01)
Pasi Ruohonen (Mewtwo Returns)
French Canada Benoît Marleau
Europe Jean-Marc Delhausse
German Frank Muth
Hungarian Attila Kaszás (M01)
Frigyes Hollósi (Mewtwo Returns)
Italian Mario Zucca
Norwegian Ivar Nørve
Polish Marek Obertyn (M01, Mewtwo Returns)
Szymon Kuśmider (M22)
Brazilian Portuguese Guilherme Briggs
Russian Олег Куценко Oleg Kutsenko
Владимир Антоник Vladimir Antonik (M22)
Spanish Latin America Enrique Mederos
Spain Luis Bajo
Swedish Stephan Karlsén
Thai สุวิวัฒน์ วัฒนาพิริยะอมร (M22)
Turkish Ayhan Kahya
Vietnamese Lê Quốc Trung (M22)

In the games

In the core series

Giovanni's Mewtwo appears in the following games. Its moveset and Mega Stone differs between Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon.

Ultra Sun Ultra Moon
150Mewtwo.png
Type:
Psychic Unknown
Ability:
Pressure
Held item:
Bag Mewtwonite X Sprite.png Mewtwonite X
Mewtwo Lv.70
Zen Headbutt
Psychic Physical
Earthquake
Ground Physical
Stone Edge
Rock Physical
Drain Punch
Fighting Physical
150Mewtwo.png
Type:
Psychic Unknown
Ability:
Pressure
Held item:
Bag Mewtwonite Y Sprite.png Mewtwonite Y
Mewtwo Lv.70
Psystrike
Psychic Special
Aura Sphere
Fighting Special
Psychic
Psychic Special
Ice Beam
Ice Special

In events

A special Mewtwo based on the version that appeared in the twenty-second movie was distributed via serial code to Japanese players of Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! as a preorder bonus for attendants of the movie. The serial code was available from April 12 to July 11, 2019, and was redeemable until September 30, 2019. The Mewtwo has maxed out AVs in every stat, and has a CP of 10000.

The OT of Mewtwo, "Professor", possibly refers to Dr. Fuji. The Trainer ID number is based on the premiere date of the first Pokémon movie in Japan, July 18, 1998.

#150 Mewtwo
Cherish Ball summary IV.png Level 70 150Mewtwo.png
Type:
Psychic Unknown
Ability*: Pressure
ID: 980718
OT: はかせ
Met: Pokémon Movie 19 (fateful encounter)
Nature: Quiet
Ribbon: None
Psychic
Psychic Special
Shadow Ball
Ghost Special
Barrier
Psychic Status
Calm Mind
Psychic Status
Games Method Location Duration
PE serial code hide online April 12 to September 30, 2019
Moves in bold can be taught again at the Move Reminder as a special move if forgotten.
Date received is the date on the system when the gift is redeemed.
This Pokémon is set to the same language as the game that received it.

A special Mewtwo with the OT Giovanni was available via serial code to players of Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! at the Smyths store in the United Kingdom and Germany from August 9 to September 6, 2019 and at PicWicToys stores in France starting August 9, 2019. The Mewtwo has maxed out AVs in every stat. It is being distributed to promote the new TCG expansion, Sun & Moon—Unified Minds.

The same Mewtwo was distributed in North America via Pokémon Pass the app Pokémon Pass at participating Best Buy stores from November 4–14, 2019. The codes are valid from November 4, 2019 to March 5, 2020.

#150 Mewtwo
Cherish Ball summary IV.png Level 70 150Mewtwo.png
Type:
Psychic Unknown
Ability*: Pressure
ID: 190801
191104
OT: Giovanni
Met: a lovely place (fateful encounter)
Nature: Random
Ribbon: None
Amnesia
Psychic Status
Psychic
Psychic Special
Teleport
Psychic Status
Recover
Normal Status
Games Method Location Duration
PE serial code hide Smyths stores, the United Kingdom
Smyths stores, Germany
PicWicToys stores, France
August 9, 2019 to April 30, 2020
PE serial code hide Best Buy stores, North America November 4, 2019 to March 5, 2020
Moves in bold can be taught again at the Move Reminder as a special move if forgotten.
Date received is the date on the system when the gift is picked up from the deliveryman.
This Pokémon is set to the same language as the game that received it.

In the spin-off games

Pokémon Ga-Olé

Mewtwo appears in Pokémon Ga-Olé.

Disk No. Name Type Grade
P Mewtwo (Promotional disks) Psychic
 



Pokémon GO

Armored Mewtwo in Pokémon GO

A special Mewtwo wearing an exosuit could be encountered and caught in 5-star Raid Battles from July 10 to July 31, 2019, to tie into the Japanese release of Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution. It was brought back to raids from February 25 to March 2, 2020 for the international release of the film, this time knowing Psystrike as an event-exclusive move. Its cloned Venusaur, Charizard, Blastoise, and Pikachu were also made available during this event.

Unlike other Event Pokémon, Armored Mewtwo's base stats and move pool are unique from its base form's.

In Pokémon Masters

Sync pair

Giovanni's Mewtwo appears alongside Giovanni as a sync pair.

Sync Dex Trainer NDex Pokémon Move Type(s) Weakness Role Passive Skill(s) Base Potential Availability
#74 Giovanni #150 MastersIcon150.png Mewtwo
Psychic
PsychicIC Masters.png
Ghost
GhostIC Masters.png
Dark
DarkIC Masters.png
Masters Special Strike.png Power Reserves 2 ★★★★★ Legendary Event
Lurking Shadow
Moves available
Name Type Category Move gauge Base Power Max Power Accuracy Target Description
Confusion Psychic Special 1 18 21 100% An opponent Has a very small chance of leaving the target confused.
Nowhere to Hide! None Status 0 (2 uses) Self Raises the user’s evasiveness. Sharply raises the user’s critical-hit rate.
Psychic Psychic Special 3 99 118 100% An opponent Has a very small chance of lowering the target's Sp. Def.
Shadow Ball Ghost Special 3 99 118 100% An opponent Has a small chance of lowering the target's Sp. Def.
Sync moves
Name Type Category Base Power Max Power Effect
World Domination Psystrike Psychic Special 250 300 No additional effect.
Legendary events

Giovanni's Mewtwo could be battled against during the Lurking Shadow legendary event. The event ran from December 5, 2019 to December 18, 2019, and returned from March 4, 2020 to March 16, 2020.

Single player
Name Trainer Pokémon Completion Rewards
Middle
Mewtwo Strikes! VSGiovanni Masters.png
Giovanni
Masters150.png
Mewtwo
Weakness: DarkIC Masters.png
150 coins
Custom Voucher 1 ×2
Custom Super Voucher 1
Custom Training Machine
Second run:
Custom Voucher 1 ×4
Custom Training Machine ×2
Mewtwo Strikes! Round 2* 180 coins
Custom Voucher 1 ×10
Custom Training Machine ×2
Custom Buff Blend ×2
Co-op
Name Difficulty Trainer Pokémon Completion Rewards Battle Rewards
Middle
Take Down Giovanni! Round 1 Normal VSGiovanni Masters.png
Giovanni
Masters150.png
Mewtwo
Weakness: DarkIC Masters.png
150 coins
Custom Voucher 1
Custom Super Voucher 1
Custom Training Machine
Custom Voucher 1
Custom Super Voucher 1
Custom Training Machine
Custom Super Training Machine
Take Down Giovanni! Round 2 Hard 300 coins
Custom Voucher 1
Custom Super Voucher 1
Custom Training Machine
Custom Super Training Machine
Take Down Giovanni! Round 3 Very Hard 500 coins
Custom Voucher 1
Custom Super Voucher 1
Custom Training Machine
Take Down Giovanni! Round 4 Super Hard N/A Buff Blend +
Tech Tonic +
Aid Ade +

In Pokémon Puzzle League

On the Very Hard and Super Hard difficulties of Pokémon Puzzle League, Mewtwo states it is the Puzzle Master and is the final opponent to defeat. In the background of the battle, an image of Mewtwo is seen along with several of its cloned Pokémon.

Pokémon Zany Cards

Mewtwo appears in Pokémon Zany Cards alongside Giovanni as Wild Match opponents and Special Seven opponents.

In the manga

In the movie adaptations

Mewtwo appears in the manga adaptations of the first movie and its remake. Although his overall role in the first movie's manga adaptation was the same, he notably had a much different backstory.[1] In this adaptation, Mewtwo looked up to Dr. Fuji as a father and ended up reluctantly destroying the lab, Fuji included, at the latter's request, in order to deny Giovanni's interest of mass-producing Mewtwo as weapons, an action that Mewtwo was still haunted by in the present day. He also had a CoroCoro cup competition set up to arrange for various Trainers to meet him instead of simply supplying them with invitations.

In the manga adaptation of the remake, Mewtwo's role was the same as the movie.

Pokémon

Created
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Venusaur
006Charizard.png
Charizard
009Blastoise.png
Blastoise
Used
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Dragonite

In the TCG

The following is a list of cards featuring or mentioning Mewtwo or his associated Pokémon.

Mewtwo
Cards listed with a blue background are only legal to use in the current Expanded format.
Cards listed with a silver background are legal to use in both the current Standard and Expanded formats.
Card Type English
Expansion
Rarity # Japanese
Expansion
Rarity #
Mewtwo Strikes Back Psychic       Unnumbered Promotional cards    
Rocket's Mewtwo Psychic Gym Challenge Rare Holo 14/132 Challenge from the Darkness Rare Holo  
Best of Game   8      
Rocket's Mewtwo ex Darkness EX Team Rocket Returns Rare Holo ex 99/109 Rocket Gang Strikes Back Rare Holo ex 064/084
Striking Back Mewtwo Psychic       10th Movie Commemoration Set    
Armored Mewtwo Psychic SM Black Star Promos   SM228 SM-P Promotional cards   365/SM-P
Other related cards
Card Type English
Expansion
Rarity # Japanese
Expansion
Rarity #
Dragonite Colorless Wizards Black Star Promos   5 Pokémon Web Rare 038/048
Charizard Fire SM Black Star Promos   SM226 SM-P Promotional cards   366/SM-P
 

Merchandise

SM11a accessories

The Remix Bout subset, the first associated with the Miracle Twin expansion, was officially released on July 5, 2019. Numerous TCG protection and storage solutions became available to purchase from the same day at a variety of retailers.

Sleeves: Each pack contains 64 card sleeves.

The Armored Mewtwo Premium Matte Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド プレミアム・マット アーマードミュウツー Deck Shield Premium•Matte: Armored Mewtwo) feature an official rendering of Mewtwo in its suit of armor as it appears in Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution. These sleeves were only available at select retailers, including Toys "R" Us, ÆON, Ito-Yokado, Uny, AL.PLAZA, TSUTAYA, and Bic Camera, participating cinemas, and at Pokémon Centers. These sleeves are also non-glossy and more durable than regular sleeves.

Sleeve images:

Armored Mewtwo Premium Matte Sleeves.jpg
Armored Mewtwo Premium
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Trivia

Mewtwo's robotic suit in Pokémon Adventures

Related articles

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Mewtwo.

References

  1. This is because the original theatrical script, used as the basis for the manga adaptation, did not include either The Birth of Mewtwo or the prologue used in the movie, the latter of which had to be added in due to the delay caused by the EP038 incident




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