Our technical staff are continuing to monitor the wiki to try and resolve these ongoing issues that are impacting page and image loading. We apologize for the inconvenience. We'll update as soon as we've got more information on this for you.
Check out our new Mysterious Garden forum style if you haven't already - we're sure you'll love it!
If you are finding yourself unable to log in, you should be able to fix the issue by following the following process.
1. Close all browser tabs with any part of Bulbagarden open.
2. Delete all Bulbagarden.net cookies (and if possible, any cached site data for Bulbagarden) from your browser.
3. Close and reopen your browser, open a new tab, and log into the forums on the new tab.
If you've followed this process and are still having issues, please contact us via the "Contact us" link at the bottom of the forum.
Pray ye not to false gods! So speaketh the Word of Helix.
Mew can be played pretty much any way you want. Arceus is ok, but I'm not one for set strategies. Also, he's Gen 4, which is my least favorite gen. Not only that, but he looks like a mishmash of shapes that got stuck in a keyblade.
Mew has been on the wrong end of power creep for years and being pure Psychic significantly limits its versitility. Arceus still remains the most versatile Pokémon and is basically mandatory on any team in formats that allow it. Its movepool is as versatile as it needs to be, and offensive, defensive, and utility sets, or even sets that can do all three, are all possible.
Mew cause of cuteness and variety in movepool. Though lately I find myself liking Arceus more bit by bit, I don't find it as ugly anymore and plus with the upcoming Legends Arceus game it's making me appreciate it more.