Mew belongs to the category of New Species Pokemon. Introduced in Generation I, this psychic type Pokemon is known for its Synchronize ability. As per a Pokedex entry, Mew is so rare that it has been seen by quite a few people in the world. Also, when it comes to Mew evolution level, it does not evolve any further.
However, there are many Mew attacks, moveset, and best tactics. Some of these attacks by Mew are Steel Wing, Dragon Tail, Focus Blast, Hyper Beam, Surf, Flash Cannon, Solar Beam, Wild Charge, Thunderbolt, and Psyshock.
Mew moves in Pokemon Quest
|Move name||Type||Attack||Cooldown, sec||Stone Slots||Description|
|Giga Impact||Normal||176||5||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone||The user focuses every bit of its power and charges toward enemies in front of itself, dealing huge damage to them.|
|Shadow Ball||Ghost||63||7||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone, Broadburst Stone, Scattershot Stone, Stay Strong Stone||The user hurls a shadowy blob in front of itself, damaging enemies hit by it. Sometimes raises the amount of damage they take.|
|Psychic||Psychic||121||7||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone, Scattershot Stone, Stay Strong Stone||The user creates a large, mysterious light and fires it out, dealing damage to enemies hit by it. Sometimes raises the amount of damage they take.|
|Bulk Up||Fighting||0||8||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone, Sharing Stone, Stay Strong Stone||The user tenses its muscles to bulk up its body, raising the damage it deals for a while. This also reduces the damage the user takes.|
|Psycho Cut||Psychic||311||5||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone, Broadburst Stone||After moving forward, the user deals damage to enemies with blades formed by psychic power. Critical hits land more easily.|
|Thunderbolt||Electric||80||5||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone, Scattershot Stone, Stay Strong Stone||The user discharges tremendous electricity all around itself. Deals damage to enemies around the user. Sometimes paralyzes enemies.|
|Psystrike||Psychic||129||5||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone, Broadburst Stone, Scattershot Stone||The user creates a large orb of light in front of itself. The orb then splits into many smaller ones that fly out in all directions, dealing damage to surrounding enemies.|
|Blizzard||Ice||52||5||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone, Broadburst Stone, Stay Strong Stone||The user moves about while creating a blizzard centered on itself. Deals damage to enemies around the user and sometimes freezes them.|
|Recover||Normal||0||9||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone||Restoring its own cells, the user restores its HP.|
|Hyper Beam||Normal||300||10||Wait Less Stone, Whack-Whack Stone, Broadburst Stone, Scattershot Stone||The user stores up power and then fires a tremendous beam at enemies. Deals severe damage to enemies it hits.|
How to get Mew in Pokemon Quest
So, want to know how to get Mew to your base camp? For that, you need to prepare the Mew recipe. The name of this recipe is Ambrosia of Legends. To cook this recipe, you need a lot of mystical things. There are three different ways to make this recipe. First is with Mystical Shell (1) and Any Other Item (4). The second way to make this recipe is with Mystical Shell (3) and Rainbow Matter (2). The last way to cook Ambrosia of Legends is with Mystical Shell (5).
Cook the recipe in your cooking pot and attract Mew to your base.
How to evolve Mew in Pokemon Quest
Mew is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokemon.