Mewtwo 4.png
Mewtwo's Official Artwork
Character Information
Series Pokémon
Original Debut Pokémon Red (1998)
Pokémon Blue (1998)
Smash Bros. Debut Melee
Smash Bros. Information
Smash Bros. N/A
Melee Unlockable
Brawl N/A
3DS / Wii U DLC
Special Moves
Standard Move Shadow Ball
Side Move Confusion
Up Move Teleport
Down Move Disable
Final Smash Psystrike


[edit] Background

Main Article

Mewtwo, the Genetic Pokémon, is one of the most iconic characters of the Pokémon franchise. Although technically genderless, he is given a male voice and is typically referred to as male. Mewtwo was the result of years of experimentation in gene splicing and DNA engineering on base-cells of the legendary Mew (Although in-game sources state Mew as having actually given birth to Mewtwo). After escaping from, and presumably burning down, the Pokémon Mansion on Cinnabar Island, he makes his home in the cave near Cerulean City, which the Hero of the game may only access after becoming the Elite Four champion. Pokédex entries frequently make note of Mewtwo's "savage" and "vicious" nature.

[edit] Exclusion from Brawl

Mewtwo failed to make it into the final roster, with most fans considering Lucario to be his successor. However, Mewtwo is one of the "Forbidden Seven;" characters whose incomplete data files were found within the game's programming. Mewtwo's data includes a "Congratulations" picture for clearing Classic Mode with him, in addition to sound files that are presumably voice clips.

[edit] Super Smash Bros. 3DS/Wii U

In a special Nintendo Direct held for Super Smash Bros. Wii U on October 23rd 2014, it was revealed that Mewtwo would become a playable character for both games. He becomes the second character to be playable once again after being absent from a previous game, the first being Dr. Mario. Those who register both games have the opportunity to download him as free downloadable content, with codes being sent out for redemption on April 15, 2015. He will also become available for purchase on April 28, 2015, for $3.99 for one game, or $4.99 for both.

[edit] Multiplayer

[edit] Pros

  • Best Throws
  • Best recovery
  • Best Projectile
  • Decent air game
  • Decent combo ability

[edit] Cons

  • Relatively easy to launch, due to his large body and light weight
  • Relies on his wave dash to move around more then other characters
  • Poor Ground game (relies heavily on his throws)
  • Bad ground normals

[edit] Moveset

Standard B=Shadow Ball
Side B=Confusion
Down B=Disable
Up B=Teleport

[edit] Strategies

Trickery,throws to set up combos

[edit] Match-ups

decent match match ups against low tier characters but terrible matchups against top tier

[edit] Appearances

  • Pokémon Red (GB)
  • Pokémon Green (GB)
  • Pokémon Blue (GB)
  • Pokémon Yellow (GBC)
  • Pokémon Pinball(GBC)
  • Pokémon Gold (GBC)
  • Pokémon Silver (GBC)
  • Pokémon Crystal (GBC)
  • Pokémon Puzzle League (N64)
  • Pokémon Snap (N64)
  • Pokémon Stadium (N64)
  • Pokémon Stadium 2 (N64)
  • Super Smash Bros. Melee (GC)
  • Pokémon Ruby (GBA)
  • Pokémon Sapphire (GBA)
  • Pokémon Emerald (GBA)
  • Pokémon FireRed (GBA)
  • Pokémon LeafGreen (GBA)
  • Pokémon Colosseum (GC)
  • Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness (GC)
  • Pokémon Diamond (DS)
  • Pokémon Pearl (DS)
  • Pokémon Trozei (DS)
  • Pokémon Battle Revolution (Wii)
  • Pokémon Heart Gold (DS)
  • Pokémon Soul Silver (DS)
  • Pokémon Black (DS)
  • Pokémon White (DS)
  • Pokémon Black 2(DS)
  • Pokémon White 2 (DS)
  • Pokémon X (3DS)
  • Pokémon Y (3DS)
  • Pokémon Omega Ruby (3DS)
  • Pokémon Alpha Sapphire (3DS)

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Last edited by Squiggle on 29 August 2015 at 21:19
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