John got dressed while still on the phone with you. As soon as his phone was in his pocket, he was shoving everything back in his bag. He couldn’t remember the last time he’d been so scared. Rushing out the door, he moved next door and pounded on the boys’ door.
“Dad?” Dean asked, groggy. “What the hell?” He asked, squinting against the street lights.
“Y/N called.” He said quickly. “She sounds bad, Dean. She’s scared, said she hasn’t kept anything down in two days. Wake up your brother, get your things together. We’re leaving.”
Dean blinked the sleep from his eyes. “Yeah. Meet you at the car.”
It is said that there is only one Mew on this entire planet, and that it teleports between forests, basically doing whatever it wants. After the limited amount of scientific encounters we have had with this Pokemon, we have acquired a small amount of DNA that has allowed us to conclude that it has parts of DNA of every existing Pokemon, and is most likely the ancestor of all Pokemon. Also through the small amount of physical observations we have with it, it seems it can use every attack there is, making it the most versatile Pokemon. The only places Mew has been sighted is in forests, as it can camouflage easiest in these areas.
Mew, however, is thought to be impossible to catch. Mew is extremely powerful, though docile, so will generally avoid any kind of encounter with people. Mew can use many evasive techniques, including turning invisible, transforming into other objects or Pokemon using transform, and it can also form a bubble-like shield around itself. On top of all this, it is said to only reveal itself to people who are true of heart. It is so evasive, that some scientists have concluded it to be a myth, or just a mirage… However, I, Blue Oak, know it to exist in this world.
PS. Thank every single one of you! After all the effort I put into these maps, I’m starting to make strides. c: Gaining 500 followers, and lots of people enjoying the things I do makes me extremely happy. You’re all wonderful.
Here is another picture of the field site in the San Ysidro region of New Mexico. This south facing photo shows the inside of the main plunging anticline located within the site. The highest point of the map is shown in the east [left side of photo], 6061 feet in elevation.