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Actualy this would be better down here instead :p
Although the main area that the Mirage Pokémon can travel is held inside Dr. Yung’s laboratory, it can be expanded through the use of holographic generators that are launched from the laboratory in a fashion similar to that of missiles. This expanded Mirage System allows the Mirage Pokémon to travel outside the laboratory and battle in different environments. The extent of this expanded area is unlimited.[[File:Mirage outside labratory.png |thumb|left|Mirage Pokémon outside Dr. Yung’s laboratory]]
 
Even though the Mirage Pokémon are often described as holograms, both they and their attacks are made of actual physical {{wp|matter}} rather than light. When the Mirage Pokémon are not in use they can be "stored" in the mirage system unitil they are needed. This is simmilar to how real Pokémon are kept in Pokéballs. An interesting trait that Mirage Pokémon share is that they can use the data of other Mirage Pokémon to give them an edge in battle. This ability was used by the Mirage Mewtwo when it battled {{Ash}} and his freinds. During the time that this ability was being used, it was reveald that any mirage Pokémon whose data is being used are still fully conscious, this became evident when the Mirage Mew acted out and stoped Mewtwo from attacking. However it should be noted that the only reason Mew was able to do so is because it had the free will that the other Mirage Pokémon lacked.
 
==Notes==
*{{p|Mew}} was the only holographic [[Pokémon]] who had a heart and who wasn't able to be controlled.
*"Mirage Pokémon" also refers to [[legendary Pokémon]] and {{p|Mew}} in particular, although this is mainly a coincidence. In Japanese, the term used for legendary Pokémon is '''まぼろしの ポケモン''' ''illusory Pokémon'', using the Japanese word ''"maboroshi"''; meanwhile, Yung's mirages are '''ミラージュポケモン''' ''mirage Pokémon'', which uses the English word "mirage."
*Even though the Mirage Pokémon are often described as holograms, both they and their attacks are made of actual physical {{wp|matter}} rather than light.
 
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