Artwork of Deoxys' Attack Forme from Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen



Oldest version

Omegabros6's version

Newest version

Merufimu's version (2011)



Deoxys is a Psychic-type Pokémon from the Pokémon series. While it doesn't evolve to or from any other Pokémon, Deoxys can change its forme by touching specific meteorites. It appears at #202 in the Hoenn Pokédex and #386 in the National Pokédex.

Deoxys was created from an alien virus after it was exposed to radiation from a laser beam, which then came to earth on a meteor. The crystalline organ in its chest is its brain, and as long as this organ remains intact, Deoxys can regenerate any part of its body that has been lost. In addition, Deoxys can reconfigure its physical form to both adapt to its environment and to its situation in battle. Its Attack Forme relies on pure aggression, its Defense Forme relies on bulk and endurance, and its Speed Forme relies on pure agility. Deoxys is also been shown to engage in a form of asexual reproduction, allowing it to produce clones of itself, mimicking its origins as a biological virus.

In M.U.G.E.N, Deoxys has been made by Merufimu and Omegabros6.

OmegaBros's version


This Deoxys is a somewhat modified Kung Fu Man in similar vein to the rest of Omegabros6's characters; because of this, It doesn't have an overly versatile moveset outside of its various Normals and two moves that cost Power. Perhaps as a result of the character's spam-happy nature, Deoxys is plagued with many easy infinites.


Merufimu's version


This Deoxys utilizes its Attack Forme in combat, so while the character is capable of dishing out significant amounts of punishment, it can't take too much of a beating as a result of its low Life and Defence stats. As with Merufimu's other characters, Deoxys has palette modes that plunge the character into cheap territory.

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