Mew (5e Deity)
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|An ancient Mew symbol|
Alignment. Chaotic neutral
Domains. Knowledge, Trickery
Divine Rank. Demigod
Mew is an enigmatic creature, resembling a small rodent or bipedal mammal with pink fur. It has a rounded, wide snout, triangular ears, and large, blue eyes. It has short arms with three-fingered paws and large hind paws with oval markings on the soles. Its tail is long and thin with an ovoid tip. Its fur is so fine and thin, it can only be seen under a microscope. Mew is said to have the DNA of every single Pokémon contained within its body. It is described to be a very playful pokemon, and also wise.
Mew is said to first have been seen in ancient times by people with pure hearts. There are artifacts and carvings of it that show its popularity throughout history. Due to this longevity, many speculate it to have possibly been the ancestor of all pokemon, or, in other words, the first pokemon. From a single eyelash taken from Mew, scientists have deduced that its DNA allows it to learn the move of all pokemon... or so it was thought. As more regions outside Kanto came to be discovered, and more legendary pokemon were accepted, Mew faded from the limelight. Today, Kanto inhabitants debate bitterly with Sinnoh theologians, who believe Arceus to be the origin pokemon, creator of all.
In the world of pokemon, Mew is rivaled by its artificial counterpart, Mewtwo, which is an artificial pokemon made after extracting Mew's DNA. The two clashed bitterly once until an act of selflessness pushed them to realize that artificial or not, all pokemon deserved to be loved and recognized as equals in life. Mew is said to thrive in the Tree of Life, where it spends its days rather lackadaisically. Due to its ability to travel easily through air and water, it can go anywhere it pleases. Its additional ability to turn invisible also makes it easy for it to elude pokemon snatchers.