How to make Pokémon in Infinite Craft - Upcomer
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Infinite Craft really does have it all, and one thing that some players have uncovered is you can pair elements to the point that Pokémon appears.

Of course, starting with something like Earth can make it tricky to think up a logical path that would lead to Nintendo’s massive creature-capturing franchise, but we’ve got you covered with all the details you need to get it done.

Making Pokémon in Infinite Craft

Image via The Pokémon Company

There’s no need to explain why you want to create Pokémon in Infinite Craft, and as you’d expect, the most profitable franchise in history is available to create.

Here is the step-by-step process to creating Pokémon from scratch in Infinite Craft:

  1. Earth + Earth = Mountain
  2. Mountain + Water = Lake
  3. Lake + Lake = Ocean
  4. Earth + Ocean = Island
  5. Earth + Island = Continent
  6. Continent + Lake = America
  7. Earth + Water = Plant
  8. Ocean + Water = Fish
  9. Fish + Plant = Seaweed
  10. Earth + Continent = Land
  11. Mountain + Seaweed = Sushi
  12. Land + Sushi = Japan
  13. Japan + America = Anime
  14. Anime + Fish = Pokémon 

Now that you have Pokémon the fun doesn’t stop here. You can unlock specific Pokémon simply by adding the franchise name with other elements you’ve got available.

Pokémon Combinations in Infinite Craft

With Pokémon, there are a ton of different combinations you can use to get different creatures from the franchise. As you’d expect, big names like Charizard, Pikachu, and Mewtwo appear, but that’s not all of them.

Here is a look at ten combinations we’ve uncovered with our experimenting in Infinite Craft.

  • Pokémon + Fire = Charizard
  • Pokémon + Water = Squirtle
  • Pokémon + Rain = Pikachu
  • Pokémon + Space = Mewtwo
  • Pokémon + Magmar = Volcano
  • Pokémon + Smoke = Smogon
  • Pokémon + Stone = Eevee
  • Pokémon + Sun = Solgaleo
  • Pokémon + Mars = Marshtomp
  • Pokémon + Flower = Sunflora

Don’t stop there! There are likely a lot more Pokémon to be found so keep experimenting and see what you can discover.

Ryan is a Senior Staff Writer for Upcomer and has been working at GAMURS since 2020. He covers a wide variety of titles from across the gaming and entertainment space, and can also be found on Dot Esports and We Got This Covered. He boasts a degree in Journalism from Murdoch University.