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What if the new Mewtwo is actually a female counterpart??

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Mewtwo_soul
4 years ago#11
Immortal_Chaos7 posted...
Mewtwo_soul posted...
Immortal_Chaos7 posted...
IMHO this is stupid because mewtwo and mew are both genderless in the first place


Mew in games gave birth and it is genderless.


The reason it did, is because the Legendaries (non-gender) Pokemon take on traits to suit a masculine (male) or feminine (female) personality. Regardless if they have no gender.

However, I don't think they'll give Mewtwo or this form a gender.


Every time I saw the the statement "mew gave birth" i always took this as a figurative term


It was literal in the games. Just like the gender thing I mentioned, the Pokemon take on genders based on traits they have or act towards.

So for instance, if Mewtwo in the anime wanted to it could appear more like a female if it decided to take on said traits.
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Katharina27
4 years ago#12
He might not need to breed but he was always very lonely. Having an equal who he can talk genetics with might mellow him out.
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Skull_pro
4 years ago#13
Wait TC... Mewtwo had a male counterpart?
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Mewtwo_soul
4 years ago#14
Skull_pro posted...
Wait TC... Mewtwo had a male counterpart?


Mewtwo in and of itself is more masculine. (Trait wise) being non-gender doesn't mean anything in Pokemon which has been shown again and again.
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AlbinoCrocodile
4 years ago#15
Pretty sure it was said somewhere in the games/series that they're termed genderless because no sane person can get close enough to observe their gender.
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darkflame_fenix
4 years ago#16
AlbinoCrocodile posted...
Pretty sure it was said somewhere in the games/series that they're termed genderless because no sane person can get close enough to observe their gender.


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Reborn_Sigma
4 years ago#17
Immortal_Chaos7 posted...
Every time I saw the the statement "mew gave birth" i always took this as a figurative term


People have combed the original Japanese text, and it indisputably means birth in the biological sense.

Which is unsurprising: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Dolly_clone.svg
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