Pokemon Infinite Fusion Triple Fusion: Full List


Players of the fan-game Pokémon Infinite Fusion who have beaten the main storyline of the game will have access to triple fusion, merging more than just two Pokémon together to create one very strong Pokémon.

Pokémon Infinite Fusion is a fan-made game that allows players to create their own custom Pokémon by fusing two existing Pokémon together. The game uses sprites and artwork from various official Pokémon games to create new and unique designs.

To play the fan-game you can visit the official website and download the game. Once installed, you can start fusing Pokémon by selecting two from a list and combining them. The resulting Pokémon will have a combination of the two original Pokémon's types, abilities, and movesets.

In addition to fusing Pokémon, the game also includes a story mode where you can battle trainers and explore new regions. There are also various side quests and activities to complete.

Below is a complete list of all the Pokémon that can be triple fused.

Pokemon Infinite Fusion Triple Fusion: Full List

Here is the list of the Pokémon players are able to triple fuse, alongside the name of the fusion and its typing as well:

  • Venustoizard is a Fire-, Water- and Grass-type fusion of the Generation I starters; Venusaur, Charizard and Blastoise
  • Zapmolticuno (Articuno, Zapdos and Moltres) is a Flying-, Fire-, Ice- and Electric-type Pokémon with a Base Stat Total (BST) of 581
  • Megalision is a Fire-, Water- and Grass-type fusion of the Generation II starters; Meganium, Typhlosion and Feraligatr
  • Enraicune (Entei, Raikou and Suicune) is a Fire-, Electric- and Water-type with a BST of 581
  • Swamptiliken is a Fire-, Water, and Grass-type fusion of the Generation III starters; Swampert, Blaziken and Sceptile
  • Kyodonquaza (Kyogre, Groudon and Rayquaza) is a Water-, Ground- and Flying-type with a BST of 662
  • Celemewchi is a Psychic-, Grass- and Steel-type fusion of Mew, Celebi and Jirachi
  • Torteneon is a Fire-, Water- and Grass-type fusion of the Generation IV starters; Empoleon, Infernape and Torterra
  • Paldiatina (Palkia, Dialga and Ghiratina) is a Dragon-, Water-, Steel- and Ghost-type with a BST of 677
  • Rekyushiram (Zekrom, Reshiram and Kyurem) is a Dragon-, Ice-, Fire- and Electric-type with a BST of 672
  • Deosectwo is a Psychic-, Bug- and Steel-type fusion of Deoxys, Mewtwo and Genesect

These fusions are only available in the post-game and players will have to work in order to make these specific fusions, but they will be incredibly strong and can decimate your opponents when used correctly.

Be weary of weaknesses that can come from having three, or even four, types, like Zapmolticuno is eight times weak to rock, as compared to the four times weak to rock each of the original legendaries have.

Pokémon Infinite Fusion can be downloaded from the official website, which can be accessed here.