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in versions 4.9 and below, the game mechanics are based on Generation 5, mostly BW2. This includes movepools, stats, various in/out of combat mechanics and type weaknesses/resistances. The Fairy type was added and behaves the same as in the modern games.

In version 5.0 and above, the game was updated to use Generation 7 movesets. Battle mechanics are still mostly from Generation 5 (besides moves, abilities, and items introduced later, which behave as they did in the earliest generation they were available); however move numbers (power,accuracy,pp,effect chance) are taken from their Generation 7 values.


Evolutions methods[]

Several Pokémon have different evolution methods than in the official games. These mostly include Pokémon that normally evolve via trading and Pokémon that normally evolve via happiness/friendship. Here, trade evolution items can be used on Pokémon like evolution stones.

Evolves from Evolves into New Evolution Method Difference
Golbat Crobat Level 40 Not Friendship
Poliwhirl Politoed Level 37 or King's Rock (evolution item) Not Trade
Kadabra Alakazam Level 40 or Linking Cord (evolution item) Not Trade
Machoke Machamp Level 40 or Linking Cord (evolution item) Not Trade
Graveler Golem Level 40 or Linking Cord (evolution item) Not Trade
Slowpoke Slowking Water Stone or King's Rock Added Water Stone and Not Trade
Magneton Magnezone Magnet Stone Not Magnetic Field
Haunter Gengar Level 40 or Linking Cord (evolution item) Not Trade
Onix Steelix Level 40 or Metal Coat (evolution item) Not Trade
Rhydon Rhyperior Level 55 or Protector (evolution item) Not Trade
Chansey Blissey Level 42 Not Friendship
Scyther Scizor Level 40 or Metal Coat (evolution item) Not Trade
Seadra Kingdra Level 50 or Dragon Scale (evolution item) Not Trade
Electabuzz Electivire Level 50 or Electirizer (evolution item) Not Trade
Magmar Magmortar Level 50 or Magmarizer (evolution item) Not Trade
Eevee Espeon Sun Stone Not Friendship and Daytime
Eevee Umbreon Moon Stone Not Friendship and Nighttime
Eevee Leafeon Leaf Stone Not Mossy Rock
Eevee Glaceon Ice Stone Not Icy Rock
Eevee Sylveon Shiny Stone Not Friendship, Affection, or Fairy Move
Porygon Porygon2 Upgrade (evolution item) Not Trade
Pichu Pikachu Level 15 Not Friendship
Cleffa Clefairy Level 15 Not Friendship
Igglybuff Jigglypuff Level 15 Not Friendship
Togepi Togetic Level 15 Not Friendship
Gligar Gliscor Dusk Stone Not Razor Fang and Nighttime
Sneasel Weavile Ice Stone Not Razor Claw and Nighttime
Porygon2 Porygon-Z Dubious Disc (evolution item) Not Trade
Smoochum Jynx Level 21 Old Level 30
Elekid Electabuzz Level 21 Old Level 30
Magby Magmar Level 21 Old Level 30
Azurill Marill Level 15 Not Friendship
Munchlax Snorlax Level 30 Not Friendship
Mantyke Mantine Level 20 No Remoraid Needed
Kirlia Gallade Dawn Stone Not Only Male
Dusclops Dusknoir Level 50 or Reaper Cloth (evolution item) Not Trade
Nosepass Probopass Magnet Stone Not Magnetic Field
Riolu Lucario Level 20 Not Friendship and Daytime
Feebas Milotic Level 35 or Prism Scale (evolution item) Not Trade or Max Beauty
Budew Roselia Level 15 Not Friendship and Daytime
Buneary Lopunny Level 22 Not Friendship
Snorunt Froslass Dawn Stone Not Only Female
Phantump Trevenant Level 40 or Linking Cord (evolution item) Not Trade
Sliggoo Goodra Level 50 No Rain Needed

Moves[]

A few moves in Pokémon Infinite Fusion have altered from main series games.

Teleport[]

When used outside of battle, instead of returning the player to the last Pokemon Center, it acts like Fly by letting the player fast travel to ANY previously visited Pokemon Center. This requires the third badge and only works outside.

One-Hit KO moves[]

The One-Hit KO moves (Fissure, Horn Drill, Guillotine, Sheer Cold) do not have their accuracy affected by the ability No Guard.

Hidden Power[]

Calculations[]

The type and power of a Pokémon's Hidden Power move are calculated the same way as in the official generation 5 games, however due to the addition of several triple types used for Triple Fusions, the game has 26 possible types rather than 16 which changes the result of the calculation. The triple types will damage all types with normal effectiveness.

For more information on the calculations see Hidden Power (move)/Calculation on Bulbapedia.

IVs Type
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spe
E E E E E E Fighting
O E E E E E Fighting
E O E E E E Fighting
E E O E E E Flying
E E E O E E Ghost
E E E E O E Psychic
E E E E E O Ground
O O E E E E Flying
O E O E E E Flying
O E E O E E Ghost
O E E E O E Ice
O E E E E O Ground
E O O E E E Poison
E O E O E E Steel
E O E E O E Ice
E O E E E O Ground
E E O O E E Steel
E E O E O E Dragon
E E O E E O Rock
E E E O O E Fire/Water/Electric
E E E O E O Water
E E E E O O Dark
O O O E E E Poison
O O E O E E Steel
O O E E O E Ice
O O E E E O Rock
O E O O E E Fire
O E O E O E Dragon
O E O E E O Bug
O E E O O E Fire/Water/Electric
O E E O E O Water
O E E E O O Fairy
E O O O E E Fire
E O O E O E Dark
E O O E E O Bug
E O E O O E Fire/Water/Electric
E O E O E O Grass
E O E E O O Fairy
E E O O O E Water/Ground/Flying
E E O O E O Electric
E E O E O O ???
E E E O O O Fire/Water/Grass
O O O O E E Water
O O O E O E Dark
O O O E E O Bug
O E O O O E Ghost/Steel/Water
O E O O E O Electric
O E E O O O Fire/Water/Grass
E O O O O E Ghost/Steel/Water
E O O O E O Electric
E O E O O O Grass/Steel
E E O O O O Grass/Steel
O O E O O E Water/Ground/Flying
O O E O E O Grass
O O E E O O ???
O E O E O O ???
O O O O O E Ghost/Steel/Water
O O O O E O Psychic
O O O E O O Ice/Fire/Electric
O O E O O O Grass/Steel
O E O O O O Bug/Steel/Psychic
E O O O O O Bug/Steel/Psychic
O O O O O O Ice/Rock/Steel
E = Even IV
O = Odd IV

Changing a Pokémon's Hidden Power Type[]

As of version 4.5.6, completing the Ruins of Alph puzzle unlocks a secret room where you can change a Pokémon's Hidden Power type.

HMs[]

Every HM from the Kanto games exist in the game, but three additional ones have also been added. The location of some of them are also different from the base games.

Unlike in the official games, HMs can be forgotten at any time in Pokémon Infinite Fusion. There are also some items that act as HM replacements.

TM94 - Rock Smash[]

Rock Smash has been added. It remains a TM, but it can be used in the field and works the same as in the Gen 2 + games. It is given to the player by Brock outside of Mt. Moon.

HM05 - Waterfall[]

Waterfall can be used to climb up waterfalls like in the gen 2+ games. It is obtained by talking with Professor Elm (post game).

HM06 - Dive[]

Dive can be used to dive down in deeper water to access secret areas.

HM07 - Teleport[]

Teleport is added as an alternative to Fly. It allows you to fast-travel to any previously visited city. It is obtained after defeating the third gym in Vermilion City.

HM10 - Rock Climb[]

Rock Climb can be used to climb ledges that you normally can only jump down.

*HM09 - Bounce was remove and just obtained through the Golbat boots

Gen 3-7 Pokémon[]

There are many Pokémon included in the game from later generations. However, since not all Pokémon from generations 3 through 7 are available in the game, these Pokémon have different Pokédex numbers.

See Pokédex for the full list.

Abilities[]

Ability Order Switched[]

The evolutionary lines of Pidgey, Ekans, Diglett, Growlithe, Machop, Geodude, Farfetch'd, Onix, Krabby, Voltorb, Cubone, Hitmonchan (but not its family) Lapras, Snorlax, Aerodactyl, Chinchou, Marill, Dunsparce, Murkrow, Snubbull, Teddiursa, Absol, and Clefairy have their first and second abilities switched, for balance or other reasons (Tangled Feet makes more sense on a fusion with Pidgey's body than its head, for example).

Pokemon with different Abilities than Main Series games[]

Some Pokemon's abilities do not match their main series counterparts:

  • Gengar has Levitate instead of Cursed Body
  • Delbird has Snow Warning as its Hidden Ability
  • Regigigas has Mold Breaker as its Hidden Ability
  • Zapdos has Lightning Rod instead of Static for its Hidden Ability
  • Raikou has Volt Absorb instead of Inner Focus for its Hidden Ability
  • Suicune has Water Absorb instead of Inner Focus for its Hidden Ability
  • Entei has Flash Fire instead of Inner Focus for its Hidden Ability
  • Chandelure line has Shadow Tag instead of Infiltrator for its Hidden Ability
  • Wigglytuff line doesn’t have Competitive
  • Milotic doesn’t have Competitive
  • Feebas doesn’t have Oblivious
  • Ferrothorn doesn’t have Anticipation
  • Unown has Mummy as its Hidden Ability
  • Koffing line has Stench as its Hidden Ability
  • Flygon has Dry Skin as Hidden Ability
  • Talonflame has Big Pecks instead of Flame Body for its Primary Ability
  • Mewtwo has Immunity instead of Unnerve for its Hidden Ability
  • Darkrai has White Smoke as its Hidden Ability
  • Kyurem has Ice Body as its Hidden Ability
  • Zekrom has Volt Absorb as its Hidden Ability
  • Reshiram has Flare Boost as its Hidden Ability
  • Hydreigon has Hustle as its Hidden Ability
  • Genesect has Motor Drive as its Hidden Ability

Prior to version 6.1.4, Lycanroc Midnight did not have its hidden ability. This has since been patched.

Pickup[]

The ability pickup works the same as it would in Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire.
See Pickup on Bulbapedia for the list of items.

Types[]

Some Pokémon have had their primary and secondary types swapped.

Pokémon New typing 5.x 6.x
Magnemite Steel / Electric
Magneton Steel / Electric
Dewgong Ice / Water
Omanyte Water / Rock
Omastar Water / Rock
Scizor Steel / Bug
Magnezone Steel / Electric (6.1+)
Empoleon Steel / Water
Spiritomb Dark / Ghost
Ferrothorn Steel / Grass
Celebi Grass / Psychic
Trevenant Grass / Ghost
Sandygast Ground / Ghost
Palossand Ground / Ghost
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