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Pokemon: The First Movie - Looks Like Mewtwo Missed Something
Before all the original and clone Pokemon fight, Mewtwo says that he has disabled all of their special attacks with his psychic power so that there can be one giant melee. However, after Ash turns to stone, Pikachu tries to revive him with Thundershock. Thundershock is a special attack.
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Knowing that electricity is a special attack
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Anonymous on 07-07-2004
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Marty McFly, Time Traveller writes:
This is NOT a Slip-up!!!! Mewtwo probably stopped blocking the original Pokemon's special moves when he realized Ash was trying to stop the battle. After all, when Ash is revived, Mewtwo realizes why Ash did it.
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Sexy_Sable writes:
I would also like to point out, for the record, when Pikachu is running around and spots his clone, the other pikachu glares at him. Sparks emit from it's cheeks. This should be blocked no matter what. Blocking special powers means blocking their powers completely. Thanks! :)
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Steven writes:
I thought Mewtwo meant that he disabled the clone pokemon's unfair advantage (as seen with the Blastoise, Venusaur, and Charizard vs. Clone copies battle) to show that the clones are still superior.
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GARRETT writes:
i beg do disagree! a specail attack is a non physical attack that effects the enemy mentaly such as phybeam or phycic or nightmare. a physical attack or effects the enemy physicly.
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