Mewtwo being an artificial pokemon, how can it mega Evolve? Has the mechanics of Mewtwo mega Evolution been explained in the Genesect movie, game or any other canon?

  • being artificial but is still a pokemon isn't it? therefore shouldn't it mega evolve like any other pokemon? – Dragon Sep 15 '16 at 8:58
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    But if it is artificial, and mega stones are natural, so there shouldn't be a mega stone for Mewtwo (unless it is artificial of course) – Gravinco Sep 15 '16 at 10:02
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    @Gravinco I think that is the answer (though would be fan theory). He requires an artificial mega stone, a mega stone for a different pokemon (mew maybe), a combination of mega stones from those pokemon whose DNA he has, a science experiment (think recreate stone radiation or something) or a special story such as being accepted as a real pokemon by Acceus (or another ultrapowerful pokemon) causing a mega stone to "naturally" form. – kaine Sep 16 '16 at 13:00
  • You should post this as an answer – Gravinco Sep 19 '16 at 13:19
  • @kaine the only ingame theory is that the Mega Stone require Irradiation from Xerneas or Yveltal. Charizardite X is also postulated to be artificial, with the Y-forms being the natural ones. – Arcane Sep 19 '16 at 13:25

It's only theoretical and the evidence may not me be true to the games, but in the first movie we see Mewtwo create new Pokeballs, that can even capture a Pokeball, and the pokemon once captured going through DNA engineering device to be cloned, so it's not too far to say that Mewtwo is the one who created the Mega Stones for him.

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Although the theory might not well combined with the game, I can bring reference to that from the game, once captured in Pokemon X\Y the player is given automatically the Mewtwonite as shown it was where Mewtwo is found, it may imply that Mewtwo already had the Mewtwonite.

Though in the remakes for Sapphire and Ruby the player finds the mega stone for Mewtwo in the Pokemon League buildings, still it's only theory.

(all this support @kaine comment)

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