Mewtwo stopped mid-type, his senses picking up other psychic creatures nearby, powerful ones, and they were headed his way. He had stopped here on his way to Johto, having finally been annoyed enough by the pleading voices in his head to listen to them. When he eavesdropped on their conversations he had discovered that it was too coincidental for this mysterious plague in Johto and the Rocket research dissolving to be anything but tied together. However, by the time he finally left his home in Cerulean Cave, the infection was on the border of Kanto, and beginning to cross over. Figuring that the other humans of science would have some information on the subject, he came here to Oak's Lab only to find it abandoned. Quite suddenly, in fact. They left much of their equipment and research behind so Mewtwo decided that if the humans were ready to give up so readily on their home because of this "epidemic" then he should try and learn what they knew, just to be safe.
He stood up from Oak's computer and walked over to a boarded up window to peer outside, frowning. There, up in the sky, were three rather colorful dots. Well, didn't they set the tone for nostalgia. Red, blue, and yellow, what were the odds? He shook his head exasperated, and oh goody
, the red one was coming this way. Wouldn't this be fun...Mewtwo grimaced at the thought of the possibility of having to actually talk
with these creatures. He was no social butterfly, he preferred to keep to himself and to not be bothered with anyone else. Others, he knew, could not be trusted, no matter who or what they are.'Brothers, sisters, I am here to help. I have been dormant for centuries but awoke when the need arose. Many of you probably thought I was nonexistent but I am alive and well and need to know what all has happened. Please send me your location.'
Just great! That was just
what he needed, that little menace
waking up and gallivanting across half the continent. He was tempted to answer her silly question of location but didn't. Mewtwo knew that he didn't want her knowing of him, yet. But the others...surely one of them would answer her, and if they discovered him here she would know anyway. Damn, he knew he was caught no matter what he did. Fine then...but if he was going to be forced to reveal himself it would be under his terms, so he turned his attention back to the dots in the sky.Tread lightly, wanderers, and do not incur my wrath. I have no qualms about killing Pokemon any more than I do about killing Humans. You are all the same to me. If there is something you seek come to the lab, I will be waiting.
They did not need to know who he was, nor what he was, just that he could speak to them. If they so chose they could come to him and discover his identity for themselves. He could have a little fun watching their faces contort with fear. With that happy thought he turned his attention back to the computer and awaited their reply.