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This is for a Pokemon Fusion I'm making.

Let's say a Pokemon has an ability that's a combination of Technician, Aerilate and Adaptability. Would this be the multiplier?
(Assume this is a Flying type using Quick Attack.)
Step 1. Base 40 power -> base 60 Power
Step 2. Normal move -> Flying move
Step 3. STAB boosts the power to 2x instead of 1.5x, giving it base 120 power
Step 4. 1.3x Power Boost, making it 156 power

Is that correct?

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Yes, but aerilate+adaptability will never happen. (If you add an expert belt there...)
It's a fusion of Mega Pinsir, Mega Beedrill, and Mega Scizor.
When I commented that there wasn't technician.
I know.

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If this hypothetical fusion ability worked as if the Pokémon had all three abilities at the same time, yes, that sounds like the correct result.

However, as you may gather from the fact it's so hideously broken as to give it a 156-power Quick Attack, if there were ever a real Mega Pinsir, Mega Beedrill and Mega Scizor fusion, it would not be given an ability that works like all three of its source Pokémon's abilities at once. There is a reason Pokémon only have one ability at a time: stacking two or three conditional damage-boosting abilities together just gives absurd results. If you're trying to design a remotely believable fake Pokémon, this is not the way to go.

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Yep, lol. It's not meant to be believable.