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[[File:Mewthree manga.png|thumb|Clefairy transformed into Mewthree]]
 
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'''Mewthree '''is a [[Pokémon]] which has never appeared in any game or anime episode, though it has had one appearance in the overall'' [[Pokémon]]'' franchise. It is the second clone of [[Mew]]. It is technically not a real Pokémon, as it is just a transformed form of Red's Clefairy.
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[[Bulbapedia:Mewthree]] is a [[Pokémon]] which has never appeared in any game or anime episode, though it has had one appearance in the overall'' [[Pokémon]]'' franchise. It is the second clone of [[Mew]]. It is technically not a real Pokémon, as it is just a transformed form of Red's Clefairy.
   
 
==Mention in the anime==
 
==Mention in the anime==

Revision as of 21:46, February 5, 2014

Mewthree manga

Clefairy transformed into Mewthree

Bulbapedia:Mewthree is a Pokémon which has never appeared in any game or anime episode, though it has had one appearance in the overall Pokémon franchise. It is the second clone of Mew. It is technically not a real Pokémon, as it is just a transformed form of Red's Clefairy.

Mention in the anime

After successfully cloning Mew and creating Mewtwo, one of the scientists exclaims that they should "get started on Mewthree".

Appearances in the manga

Pokémon Pocket Monsters Manga

In the Pocket Monsters manga, in Mewthree's only appearance to date, Red's Clefairy becomes Mewthree after merging its own DNA with that of Mewtwo's. Clefairy/Mewthree proceeds to battle and defeat Mewtwo before being reverted to normal.

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