Video: Video: How GOOD was Mewtwo ACTUALLY? - History of Mewtwo in Competitive Pokemon (Gens 1-7)
Mewtwo! The Genetic Pokemon! One of the strongest Pokemon ever created and the original strongest Pokemon in the world. Join False Swipe Gaming in this brief overview of Mewtwo in competitive Pokemon! The Official False Swipe Gaming Twitter: https://twitter.com/falseswipeg Directed by Kellen http://www.twitter.com/kellen_fsg Follow Me On Twitch!: http://www.twitch.tv/kellen_fsg Written By Zane Bhansali aka Epengu Follow Him: https://twitter.com/epengu Game Capture Artst: Jago Follow Him: https://twitter.com/DjagoUnchained PATREON!: If you want to support FSG even more or just feeling generous, please go here!: https://www.patreon.com/falseswipegaming DISCLAIMERS ON FORMATS COVERED: Notice I said POPULAR formats, meaning a format where there is a significant amount of people who compete in it for tournaments and so on and so forth. Now Popular does not mean official even though two of the formats I will be covering were official formats being Japan Nintendo Cup and VGC, but it is an indicator of what a good portion of competitive players thought was “optimal” at the time. Also sometimes the Pokemon Battle Historia doesn't provide enough information to talk about certain Pokemon so I add Smogon analysis to make sense of it. This is pretty rare though. To the people asking why I don't cover Smogon Singles for Gens 1 and 2: It wouldn't really be a history video if I covered those because online Smogon gen 1 meta to my knowledge wasn't actually played until late 2000s. I wanted to cover tournaments/competitive battling that was actually played during the early years of Pokemon (late 90s). To the people asking why I cover Smogon at all for singles: To my knowledge, Smogon was the most popular format for Gens 3-5 and held a number of tournaments throughout the years. As for Gen 6, I am not covering Battle Spot Singles because there is more information and explanations about sets being used relative to their own meta on Smogon. In other words, there are few written analyses about Battle Spot Pokemon besides the Top tiers and I would like to avoid theorycrafting because it may have a hint of bias (though I theorycraft if I REALLY couldn't find information on a certain Pokemon). The keyword here is explanations. Though I did find statistics of most Pokemon used and most moves used, there wasn't really any explanations on why. Also the few Pokemon I did find analysis of for Top Tier Battle Spot Singles had very similar move sets to the Smogon OU sets anyway. For the record, I do not care what rules or formats people play their battles by nor am I saying these formats are the only formats that should be played. The way you play Pokemon is between you and your opponent and I will not fault you for using evasion or whatever, I just like examining popular tournament formats. Songs Used (List of ALL Songs used for this series. Some may or may not make it into the video): https://docs.google.com/document/d/1H7aXDbiW6DIrCEAl83g0-36Aw7ePqnR3RnvxcPuivv4/edit?usp=sharing My Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/kellen_FSG Resources and Historical References History of Rule Variants: http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Rule_variants#Nintendo_Cup_.2799 Smogon University: http://www.smogon.com/ Maikiri http://www.twitter.com/NBmakiri Aaron Cybertron Zheng: https://twitter.com/CybertronVGC Pokeaim https://twitter.com/JoeyPokeaim Pokemon Battle Historia: http://pokemon.s20.xrea.com/ Nintendo Cup 2000 Team Construction: http://pokemon.s20.xrea.com/2nd/construction.html Nintendo Cup 2000 Tier List: http://pokemon.s20.xrea.com/2nd/2000/ FULL RESEARCH SOURCES HERE: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1HZbDagUlhv2otGNQN8oA-PgWNTwjHCDgsHiR5imwBpU/edit?usp=sharing Pokemon Japanese Battle Wiki: http://wiki.xn--rckteqa2e.com/wiki/%E3%83%A1%E3%82%A4%E3%83%B3%E3%83%9A%E3%83%BC%E3%82%B8 Sprites From: https://www.spriters-resource.com/ https://pldh.net/dex/sprites/index
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