i know you dont watch live action stuff but the climax of the first pokemon movie is literally exactly moment to moment like the climax of the gotg movie replacing mew with star lord and mewtwo with ronan where mew is like "dance off!" and mewtwo pauses the attempt at world destruction to go "what,,,what are you doing,,,,"
He’ll be as short as a kadabra or Alakazam, he is clearly inferior to the real mewtwos. He’d adopt alot of Sean’s personality traits, including his taste for bow-ties. Oh and grown-up Mike and Lou too!
(From ask-the-pokemon-guardians, Mewtwo@Dean/Pantimos) "Hmm, more Psychic types, huh? I am Mewtwo, and I too am a Psychic type. Psychic friends?" The mute Pokemon says through telepathy, as a smile forms on his face. A whistling sound is heard, and the Psychic looks up. A piano falls out of the sky and onto the Legendary. Ahh crap.
>She didn’t seem to hear the whistling at all, nor did Dean. >Then there was a sudden crash
Tonight I'm gonna have myself a real good time I feel alive and the world I'll turn it inside out - yeah And floating around in ecstasy So don't stop me now don't stop me 'Cause I'm having a good time having a good time I'm a shooting star leaping through the sky Like a tiger defying the laws of gravity I'm a racing car passing by like Lady Godiva I'm gonna go go go There's no stopping me
What's your opinion on mewtwos creation? Also do you buy into ditto being failed clones of mew? They do have the same colors (shiny and otherwise), the transform ability, and weight class...
Regarding Mewtwo’s creation, in terms of what, anonymous? Granted, keep in mind that I’m technically not supposed to know anything at all about that event, nor do I actually know the intimate details beyond those shared among the members of the Symposium. So if you were referring to something specific about the process of its creation, I’m afraid I’m not privy to enough information to form an opinion.
However, the concept of a man-made pokémon—even a legendary—is an interesting matter of ethics. On the one hand, we already have perfectly sentient examples that no one really questions. (See voltorb, porygon, and so forth.) Likewise, being able to create manmade legends may give us the keys to understanding the actual, wild legendary pokémon—and thus, the primordial forces that influenced the shape of our world. On the other hand, however, one must ask if it’s at all right to play God and create life for the sake of science, especially if the aforementioned primordial forces of the universe are involved.
Therein lies the main issue with Mewtwo. Although we Symposium members only know as much as Professor Oak and his team have been able to gather, we do know that Mewtwo was the result of rather unethical experiments—ones that were less concerned with the subject’s well-being and more concerned with the effects of genetic engineering. Considering that, my personal opinion is that I feel rather sorry for Mewtwo, and if I ever came across it, I would most certainly like to befriend it.
As for ditto, I’m aware of that theory, yes, and I admit, it’s a rather compelling one. Even more than that, ditto isn’t a pokémon we have extensive historical records of—which is to say, researchers only knew about its existence recently, thus making the possibility of it having been created recently rather feasible.
Cassie@Kieron: "Goodness gracious, what do we have here? A genetic product fitted and plated from toe to ear? Such technological marvel that you wear, just the sight of it intrigues me from such flair~!" The Gothitelle taps her chin in thought. "Now I don't mean to pry, my good sir, but I'm curious of what makes you stir. You seem to not give the Gallade a rest, it's almost as if I sense detest. Why must you make him so stressed?"