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Larvesta and Volcarona in Pokémon Infinite Fusion, a Comprehensive Guide

A comprehensive guide to Larvesta and Volcarona in Pokémon Infinite Fusion, including catching locations and best fusions.

Introduction

Larvesta/Volcarona, a Fire/Bug-type Pokémon, has gained fame for several reasons. First, its design is striking and memorable—a fiery moth-like creature with intricate patterns on its wings. Its appearance and vibrant color scheme make it visually appealing to many fans.

In terms of gameplay, Volcarona is a powerful and versatile Pokémon. It has impressive base stats, particularly in Special Attack and Speed, making it a potent sweeper in battles. Its movepool allows for a variety of strategies, including powerful Fire and Bug-type moves like Fiery Dance and Bug Buzz, as well as access to Quiver Dance, which boosts its Special Attack, Special Defense, and Speed stats in one turn.

How to Capture Larvesta or Volcarona in Pokémon Infinite Fusion

Larvesta Location

Larvesta can be found in the Area 5 of the Cave. It has a 30% encounter rate and can be found at level 20-25. Because of the weakness of Rock/Flying/Water types, it is recommended to use a Pokémon with other types move a low level like 30-35 to capture it.

Volcarona Location

If you catch a Larvesta, you can evolve it into Volcarona at level 59. However, if you want to catch a Volcarona, you can meet it in the Area 5 at the end of the Cave by event. Here is the event with location map: Volcarona Event

Finding Volcarona Best Fusions

As a Special Attacker, it is best to fuse Volcarona with a Pokémon that has high Special Attack and Speed stats. It is also recommended to fuse it with a Pokémon that has a good movepool. Or we can fuse it with a Pokémon that can cover its weaknesses.

Bug-type Pokémon are not the good type due to their weakness to Fire, Flying, and Rock-type moves. However, Volcarona’s Fire-typing gives it a choice to fuse with other Pokémon to cover its weaknesses. Here are some of the best fusions for Larvesta and Volcarona:

Dialga/Volcarona

HP
95
Atk.
80
Def.
83
Sp.A
145
Sp.D
101
Spe
96
Total
600
Ability:
Flame Body
Pressure
Hidden:
Swarm
Telepathy

Steel is one of the best types in pokemon games. It has a lot of resistances and only weak to Fire, Ground, and Fighting. It is also immune to Poison. Steel-type Pokémon are also known for their high Defense and Special Defense stats.

According to the Fusion Rules, the steel type will be the primary type of the fusion. So, if you fuse Volcarona with a Steel-type Pokémon, the fusion will be a Steel/Fire-type Pokémon.

Dialga is a legendary Pokémon with high Special Attack and Speed stats. It also has a good movepool, including Dragon-type moves like Draco Meteor and Dragon Pulse. It can also learn Steel-type moves like Flash Cannon and Metal Burst.

Magneton/Volcarona

HP
61
Atk.
60
Def.
75
Sp.A
125
Sp.D
81
Spe
90
Total
492
Ability:
Flame Body
Sturdy
Hidden:
Swarm
Analytic

Magneton is a Easy-to-find Pokémon with high Special Attack. With its hidden ability Sturdy (It cannot be knocked out with one hit), makes it a good fusion which can survive at least one hit. You can using some high power moves to knock out the opponent’s Pokémon, if the opponent’s Pokémon has a high speed stat.

Dragonite/Volcarona

HP
89
Atk.
84
Def.
75
Sp.A
111
Sp.D
101
Spe
93
Total
553
Ability:
Flame Body
Inner Focus
Hidden:
Swarm
Multiscale

Fuse Volcarona as the body and Dragonite as the head. This fusion inherits Dragonite’s impressive physical stats, while Volcarona’s special attack prowess enhances its fire-type moves. The combination offers a balanced mix of attack and defense, with the ability to learn a wide range of powerful moves. Ideal for players seeking a fusion that can handle diverse battle scenarios.

Gyarados/Volcarona

HP
91
Atk.
81
Def.
69
Sp.A
85
Sp.D
101
Spe
93
Total
520
Ability:
Flame Body
Intimidate
Hidden:
Swarm
Moxie

Volcarona’s body with Gyarados’ head creates a unique Water/Fire type. This fusion benefits from Gyarados’ high attack and Volcarona’s special attack, making it a formidable opponent in both physical and special attacks. Its dual typing provides a unique advantage against common types, making it a versatile addition to any team.

Metagross/Volcarona

HP
81
Atk.
85
Def.
86
Sp.A
108
Sp.D
95
Spe
90
Total
545
Ability:
Flame Body
Clear Body
Hidden:
Swarm
Light Metal

Pairing Volcarona with Metagross results in a Fire/Steel type fusion. With Volcarona’s head and Metagross’ body, it gains incredible defensive capabilities along with a strong attack. This fusion is especially effective for players who prefer a tanky playstyle, with the added bonus of fire-type moves for diverse combat strategies.

Salamence/Volcarona

HP
91
Atk.
85
Def.
70
Sp.A
118
Sp.D
88
Spe
100
Total
552
Ability:
Flame Body
Intimidate
Hidden:
Swarm
Moxie

Combine Volcarona with Salamence for a Fire/Dragon type powerhouse. This fusion benefits from Salamence’s high physical stats and Volcarona’s special attack strength, providing a well-rounded combatant. Its dual typing offers a significant advantage in aerial battles, making it a top choice.

Each of these fusions leverages Volcarona’s strengths in different ways, offering versatility and power to your team. Consider the battle style you prefer and choose the fusion that best aligns with your strategy.

For More Fusions

Exploring other good fusions for Larvesta/Volcarona you can find in the Infinite Fusion Calculator. Try to fuse it with other Pokémon and see what you can get.