Mewtwo, Mew, and Shedinja — Mewtwo & Mew-GX Revamped By: Caleb Gedemer Posted 2 months ago to Premium Article 5 comments I dislike the original “M3” name given to Mewtwo and Mew-GX decks by many following Worlds. However, with the addition of Shedinja you get to give your opponent three of them as attackers; so the name is much more fitting now! Shedinja was introduced by Tord Reklev in his Mewtwo and Mew-GX deck at Cologne Regionals. Shedinja is a great idea because it automatically gives you an edge in almost every matchup by allowing you to attack with three Mewtwo and Mew-GX without your opponent winning the game. This new look at the deck is interesting and I expect it to compete with the rest of the metagame moving forward. In this article you can expect to learn all about this new variation of the popular Mewtwo and Mew-GX archetype and some other information on the slightly modified, more traditional Mewtwo and Mew-GX deck that Azul Garcia Griego and I played for Atlantic City Regionals! Mewtwo and Mew-GX is my favorite deck despite my first poor performance with it at a Regionals; it’s so strong and has more options than anything else. ContentsTord Reklev’s ListThe Shedinja StrategyMy Mewtwo and Mew-GX ListUpdated MatchupsConclusion Tord Reklev’s List Pokemon (22)4x Mewtwo and Mew-GX (UNM #71)4x Dedenne-GX (UNB #57)2x Solgaleo-GX (PRSM #SM104)2x Nincada (LOT #29)2x Shedinja (LOT #95)1x Reshiram and Charizard-GX (UNB #20)1x Naganadel-GX (UNM #160)1x Marshadow (UNB #81)1x Magcargo-GX (LOT #44)1x Latios-GX (UNM #78)1x Greninja-GX (PRSM #SM197)1x Espeon and Deoxys-GX (UNM #72)1x Charizard-GX (HIF #9)Trainers (24)4x Welder (UNB #189)2x Red's Challenge (UNB #184)2x Hapu (UNM #200)4x Pokémon Communication (TEU #152)4x Cherish Ball (UNM #191)2x Reset Stamp (UNM #206)1x Switch (CES #147)3x Giant Hearth (UNM #197)2x Lysandre Labs (FOL #111)Energy (14)8x Fire Energy (EVO #92)3x Weakness Guard Energy (UNM #213)2x Psychic Energy (EVO #95)1x Water Energy (EVO #93) If you'd like to continue reading PokeBeach's premium articles, consider purchasing a premium membership! It grants you full access to PokeBeach's premium articles and allows you to submit your deck lists and questions to our writers for advice! If you're not completely satisfied with your membership, you can request a full refund within 30 days! Simply cancel it in Paypal and then PM Water Pokemon Master for a full refund. No questions asked! Each subscription automatically renews at the end of its cycle, but you can stop or change it before then. 5.95 USD per 7 days Subscribe Weekly Subscription 5.95 / week. 14.97 USD per month Subscribe Monthly Subscription 14.97 / month. You'll also get a special subscriber badge under your avatar. 41.70 USD per 3 months Subscribe Quarterly Subscription Averages to 13.90 / month. You'll also get a special subscriber badge under your avatar and an Advanced Member banner.