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'''Mew''' (Japanese: '''ミュウ''' ''Myuu'') is a {{type|Psychic}}-[[Types|type]] [[Mythical Pokémon|Mythical]] and [[Legendary Pokémon]], and is the last [[Pokémon (species)|Pokémon]] in the [[Kanto]] [[Pokédex]]. Unlike any other Pokémon, it has the ability to learn every [[TM]] and [[HM]] except [[Draco Meteor]].
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'''Mew''' (Japanese: '''ミュウ''' ''Myuu'') is a {{type|Psychic}}-[[Types|type]] [[Mythical Pokémon|Mythical]] and [[Legendary Pokémon]], and is the last [[Pokémon (species)|Pokémon]] in the [[Kanto]] [[Pokédex]]. Unlike any other Pokémon, it has the ability to learn every [[TM]] and [[HM]] .
   
 
Mew does not evolve into or from any other Pokémon; however, its DNA was cloned to create [[Mewtwo]]. It was the last Pokémon in the [[Pokédex]] until [[Generation II]] was released.
 
Mew does not evolve into or from any other Pokémon; however, its DNA was cloned to create [[Mewtwo]]. It was the last Pokémon in the [[Pokédex]] until [[Generation II]] was released.

Revision as of 06:31, September 11, 2013

Type(s)
[[Psychic type|Psychic]]  
Species New Species Pokémon
Abilities Synchronize
Pokédex
None ← 151 → None
Kanto N/A Johto N/A
Hoenn N/A Sinnoh N/A
Unova N/A Kalos N/A
Evolves From None
Evolves Into None
'Mew'
151
(ミュウ Myuu)
151Mew
[[Generation I]]
Evolutionary Line
No evolution line
Gender
Genderless
Weight Height
Pokédex Color Egg Group
<font color=Pink>Pink</font>
Body Style Footprint
F151
Cry

Mew (Japanese: ミュウ Myuu) is a Psychic-type Mythical and Legendary Pokémon, and is the last Pokémon in the Kanto Pokédex. Unlike any other Pokémon, it has the ability to learn every TM and HM .

Mew does not evolve into or from any other Pokémon; however, its DNA was cloned to create Mewtwo. It was the last Pokémon in the Pokédex until Generation II was released.

Appearance

Mew's appearance is that of a pink cat-like Pokémon with large feet with three toes, blue eyes, small pointed ears and a long, skinny tail. It is covered with a layer of fine pink hair, only visible with the aid of a microscope. It has short arms with three fingers on each paw, and has small orange paw pads on the undersides of it's feet.

Special abilities

Mew has the Ability Synchronize. This ability allows it to pass on any status problem, except Sleep and Frozen, to its opponent. This ability also raises the encounter rate of Pokémon with its same nature.

Additionally, it is said that Mew's DNA possesses the genetic composition of all existing Pokémon species, thus allowing it to use all known Pokémon techniques. Also, as shown in Lucario and the Mystery of Mew, it can change into any Pokémon using Transform. It changed into Meowth, Ho-Oh, Pidgeot, Pikachu, Aipom, Treecko, Taillow, Mime Jr., and Pichu.

Mew has also shown its ability to Levitate, create force fields, and change its form into any existing species of Pokémon. It is a very versatile and is arguably ONE of the most powerful Pokémon in every region.

Appearances

In the anime

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Mew as it appears in the movie.

Mew has been featured in several Pokémon movies, having a large role in most of them. Mew first appeared in the movie Mewtwo Strikes Back or Pokémon the First Movie, and fought with Mewtwo.

Mew's second movie appearance was in Lucario and the Mystery of Mew, where Mew from the first movie takes Meowth and Ash's Pikachu to the Tree of Beginning. Mew has also made appearances in other movies.

Mew has been shown several times though in the TV series anime. Mew is in the opening theme of the Pokémon anime series, and it was featured in the TV Movie special Mewtwo Returns, during a flashback sequence of Mewtwo's. In the episode A Lean, Mean, Team Rocket Machine, it appears in one of Meowth's boss fantasies, along with Celebi, Phione, Manaphy, and Jirachi. It appears as a mirage Pokémon in the special The Mastermind of
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Mew in "Lucario and the Mystery of Mew

File:Mew.jpg
File:Ancient mew 1.jpg
Mirage Pokémon.
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Mew in the opening of generation 1

In the manga

The first legendary Pokémon that Red saw was Mew; he tried to capture it, but due to his lack of experience he was unable to catch it. In the Emerald arc, Emerald used soil from Mew's birthplace to calm down all the rental Pokémon as Mew is believed to have the DNA of all Pokémon.

Game info

Game locations

Mew Locations
Version(s) Location Rarity
Red/Blue Mew Glitch Unlimited
Yellow Mew Glitch Unlimited
Gold/Silver Time Capsule None
Crystal Time Capsule None
Ruby/ Sapphire Trade None
Emerald Faraway Island One
FireRed/ LeafGreen Trade None
Diamond/ Pearl My Pokémon Ranch One
Platinum My Pokémon Ranch One
HeartGold/SoulSilver Mystery Gift, Trade None
Black/White Trade None


Pokédex entries

Pokédex Entries
Red
Blue
So rare that it is still said to be a mirage by many experts. Only a few people have seen it worldwide.
Yellow
When viewed through a microscope, this Pokémon's short, fine, delicate hair can be seen.
Gold
Apparently, it appears only to those people who are pure of heart and have a strong desire to see it.
Silver
Its DNA is said to contain the genetic codes of all Pokémon, so it can use all kinds of techniques.
Crystal
Because it can learn any move, some people began research to see if it is the ancestor of all Pokémon.
Ruby
Mew is said to possess the genetic composition of all Pokémon. It is capable of making itself invisible at will, so it entirely avoids notice even if it approaches people.
Sapphire
Mew is said to possess the genetic composition of all Pokémon. It is capable of making itself invisible at will, so it entirely avoids notice even if it approaches people.
Emerald
A Mew is said to possess the genes of all Pokémon. It is capable of making itself invisible at will, so it entirely avoids notice even if it approaches people.
FireRed
A Pokémon of South America that was thought to have been extinct. It is very intelligent and learns any move.
LeafGreen
So rare that it is still said to be a mirage by many experts. Only a few people have seen it worldwide.
Diamond
Because it can use all kinds of moves, many scientists believe Mew to be the ancestor of Pokémon.
Pearl
Because it can use all kinds of moves, many scientists believe Mew to be the ancestor of Pokémon.
Platinum
Because it can use all kinds of moves, many scientists believe Mew to be the ancestor of Pokémon.
HeartGold
Apparently, it appears only to those people who are pure of heart and have a strong desire to see it.
SoulSilver
Its DNA is said to contain the genetic codes of all Pokémon, so it can use all kinds of techniques.
Black
Because it is able to use every move, there are many scientists who believe that it is the ancestor of all Pokémon.
White
Because it is able to use every move, there are many scientists who believe that it is the ancestor of all Pokémon.
Black 2
Because it is able to use every move, there are many scientists who believe that it is the ancestor of all Pokémon.
White 2
Because it is able to use every move, there are many scientists who believe that it is the ancestor of all Pokémon.
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Super Smash Bros.

Mew has been a featured Pokémon in every one of the Super Smash Brothers games.

In original Super Smash Bros., a Mew will fly up without affecting the battlefield. In Super Smash Bros. Melee there is a 1 in 251 chance that a Poké Ball item contains Mew, and if this is the first time the player sees it, they will get an "achievement" after the battle. While it does not attack, the player receives 10,000 points after the battle is over. In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, it may even leave the player with a CD, a rare item that unlocks additional music in the game. Also, like in Melee, if it is the player's first time seeing Mew, they will get a "Notice" record from encountering him. This can be viewed later, along with the date and time the player received it.

Sprites

Version
Red Blue Yellow Red (JP) Green (JP) Back
File:Spr 1b 151.png File:Spr 1y 151.png File:Spr 1g 151.png File:Spr b g1 151.png
Gold Silver Crystal Back
File:Spr 2c 151.gif File:Spr 2s 151.png File:Spr 2c 151.gif File:Spr b g2 151.png
File:Spr 2c 151 s.gif File:Spr 2s 151 s.png File:Spr 2c 151 s.gif File:Spr b g2 151 s.png
Ruby Sapphire Emerald FireRed LeafGreen Back
File:Spr 3e 151.gif File:Spr 3e 151.gif File:Spr 3e 151.gif File:Spr b g3 151.png
Shiny mew emerald sprite Shiny mew emerald sprite Shiny mew emerald sprite File:Spr b g3 151 s.png
Diamond Pearl Platinum HeartGold SoulSilver Back
DPPtMew DPPtMew File:Mew HGSS.png File:Spr b g4 151.png
File:Spr 4d 151 s.png File:Spr 4d 151 s.png Shiny Mew HGSS File:Spr b g4 151 s.png
Black White Black 2 White 2 Back
Mew BW File:Mew Back BW.png
File:Shiny Mew BW.png File:Shiny Mew Back BW.png
X Y Back

Gallery


Trivia

  • Mew was the very first Pokémon trademark ever to be applied for and registered, which may be the reason why it was made "the ancestor of all Pokémon."
  • Mew is said to hold the DNA of all Pokemon. This is supported by the fact that it is one of only two Pokémon able to learn Transform, the other being Ditto. This also supports the fact that Mew is the ancestor of all Pokemon.
  • Mew and Ditto have similar normal and shiny colours.
  • Despite Mew's DNA being used to create Mewtwo, Mew comes after Mewtwo in the Pokedex, this is possibly due to Mew being Legendary and Mythical whereas Mewtwo is just Legendary, Mythicals always come last in the Pokedex.
  • Despite being labelled "the ancestor of all Pokemon" it is unknown if Mew was actually the first Pokemon, it was the first that was trademarked but story wise Arceus is said to have been alone when it was born and Arceus created other Pokemon, it is therefore unknown if Mew was born first and created Arceus or Arceus created Mew to hold the DNA of all Pokemon that Arceus created from then on.
  • Although it can learn all moves, Mew can't learn powerful and rare moves such as Blast Burn, Judgment, and Freeze Shock, mainly because some moves are to be learned by a specific Pokémon, and Mew cannot learn them under a specific condition.
  • Mew's gender has been a subject of debate for some time. Officially, Mew is genderless; however, in various media such as the films and television series, Mew is described as mother. That it gave birth to Mewtwo (as described in the video game series) isn't in a literal sense. Mewtwo was created from Mew's DNA; thus, Mew could be considered Mewtwo's "parent." In PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure, it is referred to as a "he", in the first Pokemon movie guide it is also referred to as a male. Numerous fans have mistaken Mew for a female, similarly many fans mistake Mew's clone counterpart, Mewtwo, for a male, officially both are genderless.
  • Based on scales, Mew has the longest tail in relation to its own body. This does not include snakelike Pokémon such as Ekans, Arbok, and Seviper.
  • Only known Pokemon to have it's DNA used in a cloning process, Mewtwo was created by cloning and gene splicing, Team Rocket (who were behind the experiments) were planning on creating a Mewthree however this plan failed when Mewtwo destroyed the lab, however rumours of a Mewthree have still persisted for some time.
  • Although having lower stats than Mewtwo, in the anime it is shown to be just as powerful, if not more powerful, than its clone counterpart. This is an example of anime physics.
  • In Japan, a pink Nintendo DS was released with Mew on it.
  • In Pokémon Red, Blue and Yellow it is impossible to complete the PokéDex without doing the Mew Glitch.
  • Mew was the first Pokémon introduced who is not legitimately obtainable in the main series. Celebi soon followed, however Celebi became legitimatly available in the Japanese version of Crystal via event only.
  • Mew wasn't originally going to be an actual Pokémon; it was originally just a prank set up by the developers, and behind the creators' backs, no less. However, due to all the publicity it got, it became official.
  • Mew is from Guyana (mentioned in a journal in the Pokemon Mansion). 

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