Synchro-Fusion (Japanese: ???, ???) is the process through which FUSEmon are created. It was developed in the Estelia region. FUSEmon are named after the Pokémon used to create them.
Synchro-Fusion was developed by Team OrderDU/Team KaosDA scientists after the legend of the Ragnarok Quartet, the power of the DNA Splicers, and the process of Absofusion were discovered. Team OrderDU/Team KaosDA sought to create a new species of super-Pokémon to ensure its plans would come to fruition, thus it founded F.U.S.E. Corp and performed several illegal genetic experiments on various Pokémon until the first FUSEmon was successfully created. Estelia region police later discovered Team Order'sDU/Team Kaos'sDA Synchro-Fusion project, and F.U.S.E. Corp was shut down. Rumor has it, however, that somewhere, FUSEmon are still being produced in secrecy. The Recipes for previously created FUSEmon have been hidden throughout the Estelia region.
FUSEmon Recipes are classified in Tiers, referring to their rarity. Tier I Recipes are fairly easy to find and produce the weakest FUSEmon. FUSEmon created by Tier II Recipes are slightly stronger, while FUSEmon created through Tier III Recipes are extremely powerful and quite rare. Team OrderDU/Team KaosDA. scientists also spoke of Tier IV Recipes, which are said to be reserved for the FUSEmon created when legendary Pokémon are combined to form them. None of these have been discovered as of yet.
FUSEmon Recipes are obtainable both during the main story and post-game of Pokémon Dawn and Dusk Versions; however, their purpose is not revealed and the player cannot use FUSEmon until the post-game, when Pokémon from Generation I through Generation VI start to populate the Estelia region. No Generation VII Pokémon are capable of Synchro-Fusion.
To Synchro-Fuse Pokémon, the player must collect the necessary Recipes hidden throughout the Estelia region. In addition, Pokémon can only fuse together if they are the same level and have the same Nature.
FUSEmon can be created both in battle and on the field; the effects of Synchro-Fusion are permanent unless the player manually diffuses a FUSEmon outside of battle through rare items known as De-GENE-erators. Multiple FUSEmon can be in the player's party at the same time; diffused Pokémon return to the party, and if more than the maximum six are born from the diffusion, the extra Pokémon are sent to the PC.
Once Synchro-Fused, a FUSEmon receives a boost in all of its stats. It obtains a new signature Ability and signature move; the other moves in its moveset are determined from the movesets of the Pokémon used to create it. A FUSEmon's typing is also dependent on the Pokémon involved in its formation; FUSEmon can have as many as three types, unlike regular Pokémon.
List of FUSEmonEdit
|Sweet Smell FUSEmon||Sweet Healer||Fairy Kiss|
|Flame Dragon FUSEmon||Blazing Force||Flame Dance|
|Royal Key FUSEmon||Prank Change||Iron Wind|
|Desert Mole FUSEmon||Anger Force||Metal Slap|
|Daunt Bird FUSEmon||Iron Breaker||Flying Throw|
|Skunk Claw FUSEmon||Bad Prank||Toxic Wind|
|Water Bat FUSEmon||Keen Pecks||Future Beam|
|Toxic Aura FUSEmon||Dry Poison||Poison Claw|
|Royal Dragon FUSEmon||Rock Jaw||Rock Tail|
F.U.S.E Corp journal entriesEdit
- From the desk of Professor Alpha
- From the desk of Professor Beta
- From the desk of Professor Gamma
- From the desk of Professor Delta
- From the desk of Professor Epsilon
- From the desk of Professor Zeta
- From the desk of Professor Eta
- From the desk of Professor Theta
- From the desk of Professor Iota
In the animeEdit
In the mangaEdit
In the TCGEdit
Goodra is only Light type Pokemon to receive receive Synchro Fusion