After activation, the Pokémon Trainer throws out all three of his Pokémon and a text box appears, saying 'Take that! Triple Finish!' (Oddly enough, the Trainer actually shouts 'Take this! Triple Finish!'), and each of them blasts out with an attack that covers the entire stage in a straight line. Ivysaur uses SolarBeam, Charizard uses Fire Blast, and Squirtle uses Hydro Pump. When it connects, the text box changes to say 'It's super effective!' (a common term in the Pokémon series) ands creates a massive projectile which can hold targets in place within the blast. It does more damage to players that are closer to the Pokémon, where all three moves will hit at once. When an opponent is as close as possible, they take about 57% damage. However, a downside to this Final Smash can be if the opponent is too close, they will be sent straight up by a concentrated ball of energy in front of the Pokémon, and then can avoid the attack. The move can be used in mid-air, in which case the team will hover. After several seconds, the Trainer recalls the other two Pokémon and the Final Smash ends. This attack can be used in the air, where Charizard grabs the others with his feet and keeps them all airborne.
Pokémon Universe RuleBreakers
Although the Pokémon Trainer's Pokémon do not break the four-moves-only rule, there are several rulebreakers nevertheless.
- Charizard uses Fire Blast six times, while Fire Blast only has five PP in the games.
- However, it can be used six or more times if a PP Up or PP Max is used on Fire Blast.
- The Pokémon Trainer sends out three Pokémon at a time. In the games, the most a Pokémon Trainer can have out at once is two. However, in Pokémon Black and White, it is possible to battle with three Pokémon at once; Super Smash Bros. Brawl was released during Generation IV.
- Ivysaur uses SolarBeam immediately, while in the games SolarBeam requires a turn to charge.
- However, it is possible if Power Herb is used.