Mew @ Life Orb Trait: Synchronize EVs: 64 Atk / 192 SAtk / 252 Spd Rash/Naive Nature (+SAtk, -SDef)/(+Spd, -SDef) - Ice Beam - Flamethrower - Vacuum Wave - Earthquake Everyone's favorite little pink Pokemon is tired of sitting on the back-burner as your last resort stealth rock user, or something to try to burn the opposing team with. Mew is angry now and is out for kills, and killing is exactly what this set is for. People seem to overlook Mew's offensive capabilities along with its endless movepool and underrated 100 base speed. Most people aren't expecting this cute, innocent Pokemon to OHKO some of their best threats to your team, but it can, and it will. Ice Beam has, since first generation, been one of the best offensive moves. With Landorus-T being a staple in 90% of OU teams in ORAS, Ice Beam is a really nice move to have. Ice beam also very easily 2HKO's other popular bulky pokemon such as Hippowdon and Amoonguss. It's also a great coverage move to have in general, because there's still a lot of dragon usage, despite the addition of the nearly broken fairy type. Flamethrower has a very nice (83.1%) chance to OHKO Ferrothorn after rocks damage and will easily take out any Scizor. The next move is a bit of a fun one. The opponent will most likely know your mew is offensive before sending in their Bisharp. This is where you get another easy kill with Vacuum Wave. This is why I may suggest Rash Nature over Naive, because Rash has an 87.5% chance to OHKO most Bisharp whereas Naive only has a 37.5% chance to OHKO. If you want, you can run max Sp.Atk with four special moves, but that will more than likely leave one Pokemon to come in on you, Heatran. Heatran also likes to switch in on Mew's Will-O-Wisps, making it easily vulnerably to the last move in your move slot, Earthquake. 64 Attack EVs give you an 87.5% chance to OHKO 252 HP Heatran or guarantee a kill after stealth rocks. Not only that, but earthquake hits a lot of other pokemon in the metagame hard. Another pokemon that likes to switch in on possible Wisps is Volcanion. Earthquake will also hits max HP Volcanion for 36-43% which is really nice, especially after rocks. Some other options would be STAB Psychic/Psyshock for just how hard they can hit. Amoongus and Keldeo aren't going to take one very well. Knock off is optional as sometimes people will switch into Latias/Blissey against Mew. Thunderbolt is good type coverage for your bulky water pokemon. Sludge Wave is nice for things like Clefable, Azumarill, and Diancie. In conclusion, this Mew set can easily be a game changer against any opponent, easily catching them off guard. Within a few turns, half of your opponents team can be gone, putting a lot of pressure on them. Or you can come in later and pick off some threats, allowing one of your other Pokemon to come in and clean up the rest. After using this Mew, I don't think you'll ever overlook this cute, little threat.