Okay, so, example of what Nateal and Sam can come up with when we’re geeking out and playing Pokemon at League: most terrifying Mewtwo counter of all time is the asexually-reproducing, mass-budding Corsola.
So, Corsola is a coral Pokemon, right? It doesn’t make sense for coral to breed with other animals, so the only logical conclusion is that Corsola asexually breed by budding. Well, if that were the case, then you’d be walking around and suddenly have, like, 80 Corsola in your party. Well, you’d have to get rid of at least 74 of them, but if you released them in an area where their natural predators weren’t around, then they’d continue to reproduce until you’ve got a giant wall of Corsola.
Well, that would logically attract the attention of Mewtwo, who would want to know what on earth was going on, and he’d try to destroy the Corsola. But these Corsola are special. They’re from the DreamWorld, and have Regenerator. Their defense against the God Pokemon? Keep switching out. One giant wave moves forward as the one that Mewtwo destroys will retreat to regenerate!
Well, sure, Mewtwo could keep using Thunder on the Corsola, but if they keep budding while they regenerate, eventually Mewtwo would run out of room and have to start blowing them into the sky, where it would rain Corsola. He’d eventually lose and be crushed by them, though. After all, against a mass-replicating army of Corsola, you’d eventually run out of room, and we don’t think Mewtwo could survive in space. He might look like Frieza, but he’s not. In that sense, the almighty Corsola would defeat Mewtwo out of sheer numbers and crushing weight.
We know that sounds super-silly, but it was ridiculous funny at the time, and figured we’d share that brainwave of ours. 😄