"Mew mew mew mew mew!" Mew to Mewtwo in the Pokemon Movie. ==General== Excellent Base 100 Stats, enabling to be extremely flexible Immense Movepool, so can support and be offensive too No particular flaws, but no particular strengths either Pure Psychic Typing, meaning quite vulnerable to Pursuit, Dark and Ghost moves Four Slot Syndrome ==Stallbreaker== [email protected] Leftovers Trait: Synchronise EVs: 252 HP / 120 SDef / 136 SDef Bold Nature (+Def, -Atk) -Taunt -Will-o-Wisp -SoftBoiled -Seismic Toss/Psychic =Set Comments= -0 Attack Ivs on it, for anti Swagger/Foul Play. -Takes advantage of Mew's great 100/100/100 Hp, Def, and Sp Def stat spread. -It's a Stallbreaker -Gives Stall troubles with Taunt -Very durable, but can be beaten by Mismagius and pokemon who can Sub or Taunt it back, also physical attacking Victini, Sableye, Xatu, who can also bounce back Taunt -Seismic Toss for consistent damage and to hit Reuniclus, Psychic for STAB and to hit Nidoking, Nidoqueen, Qwilfish, Chandelure, Crobat, and Cofagigrus -EV spread is used to donate some defense bulk over to Special defense -Another EV spread it can run is: 252 HP / 148 Def / 108 Spd spread with a Bold Nature. With this, Mew gets a nice overall amount of bulk of 404 HP / 300 Def / 236 Sp Def and it can outspeed Base 70 Speed Pokémon and Pokémon that use 263 speed. =Nasty Plot= [email protected] Life Orb/Lum Berry Trait: Synchronise EVs: 4 HP / 252 SAtk / 252 Spe Timid Nature (+Spd, -Atk) - Nasty Plot - Psyshock/Psychic - Aura Sphere/ Vacuum Wave - Fire Blast/ Shadow Ball/ Giga Drain =Set Comments= Life Orb for more Power, Lum berry grants you some leverage against paralysis inducers or status issues. Psyshock hits physical side, Psychic has more power. Psyshock can hurt Blissey, Aura Sphere for Steel, Dark, and Normal types Vacuum wave for priority, but should be used to hit those weak against fighting moves as it won't hurt too hard on anything that is neutral against it. Aura Sphere is generally the better option, but if Vacuum wave is your desired move, run Fire Blast over the last slot to hurt Steel and Umbreon. Giga Drain is there to aid Mew against Bulky Waters. Shadow Ball for Ghosts and Psychics while Fire Blast is for Steels and Grass types. Giga Drain is for water types, Rhyperior, and dual Water/ground such as Swampert This set appreciates hazards such as Stealth Rock and Spikes. This Mew works well with many other special attackers =Swords Dance= [email protected] Life Orb/Lum Berry Trait: Synchronise EVs: 4 HP / 252 Atk / 252 Spe Jolly Nature (+Spd, -Atk) - Swords Dance - Zen Headbutt - Sucker Punch/Shadow Claw - Drain Punch =Set Comments= -Lum Berry gives a chance for Mew to set up without being bothered by status. -Zen Headbutt for Stab, Sucker Punch is a strong priority move to hit Ghosts and other Psychics, as well as many other Pokemon such as Flygon, while Drain Punch for Steel and Dark types, as well as Pokemon who take a neutral hit from it. It also gives Mew something to recover HP with. -Situational moves can be possibly placed over Drain Punch, such as Low Kick, which with a 2+ attack boost, any Pokemon who takes super effective damage will faint, such as Registeel and Snorlax. Fire Punch is also an option as it hits Escavalier, while Ice Punch will also hit Gligar for 4x super effective damage. -Enjoys Spikes and Hazard support ==Baton Pass== Mew (M) @ Leftovers Trait: Synchronize EVs: 248 Hp / 8 SpDef / 252 Spd Timid (+Spd, -Atk) - Swords Dance / Nasty Plot - Rock Polish / Taunt - Zen Headbutt / Psychic - Baton Pass Set Comments: *Can be used to baton pass to many sweepers as long as they have good coverage. *(An example is Nidoking as it has a good move-pool and strong special attack with sheer force, too. ) *Can use barrier, Amnesia, Calm Mind, and all other boosting moves as part of a baton pass chain. -0 Attack IVs -Two slots for stat boosting moves -There is an attacking move so Mew won't be taunt bait -appreciates dual screen support to help it pass effectively ==Other Options== -Can Baton Pass, with Bulk up, Amnesia, Iron Defense, Rock Polish. Due to its flexibility, hard to actually counter or stop its baton passing, though the EV spread is the same with Offensive and defensive, due to trying to focus on Mew living longer -Can be a Special sweeper (And Special Wall) with Calm Mind. -Roar Support set can work -Dual Screens is a viable option -Extremely flexible thanks to Mew's extensive movepool -Can run a Lead Stealth Rock set not dissimilar to Azelf with Explosion, Taunt, and a filler move (Tailwind or Zen Headbutt) =Checks And Counters= -Fast scouters and pokemon who can carry off strong Dark or Ghost moves -Pursuit users, though the majority are slow enough to get burned by Support Mew -U-turners, though the Support set can withstand damage easier than the other sets -Scarf Heracross can KO with Night Slash or Megahorn, and receive a +1 Moxie Boost. --Gets countered by Mismagius, any Pokemon who can Taunt Mew before Mew can Taunt, any Pokemon who can stand consistent damage from Seismic Toss and Psychic and retaliate back, ex. Chandelure =Synergy= Mew can find a good partner with Bisharp, who takes a neutral weakness in bug moves. Depending on the set, Mew can find partners to match either the sweeping sets, the support set, or any other sets, like Baton Pass. Another good partner is a steel type Pokemon, such as Registeel, who will be able to sponge all of Mew's weaknesses.