One Piece Odyssey: How To Fuse Accessories [Answered]

Find out everything there is to know about Accessories Fusion in One Piece Odyssey.

In One Piece Odyssey, it is essential to equip some of the Best Accessories for every Straw Hat Pirate member. Having top-level accessories will allow you to overcome multiple fights in the game. Since players need to battle out opponents by using the turn-based mechanism, hence, you will need to pay close attention to the Accessories and Abilities. One of the efficient methods to get your hands on good accessories is by fusing them together in One Piece Odyssey.

Key Highlights
  • Players can fuse accessories after reaching Chapter 3 in One Piece Odyssey.
  • Accessories can be fused using the Robin’s Mystery Craft Machine, also known as Mukchi.
  • Players can combine different accessories along with their stats to create something powerful for each member of the Straw Hat Pirate.
  • There are three variations of fusions; Complete, Success, and Triumph.

How To Fuse Accessories In One Piece Odyssey?

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Picking a Base Accessory [Image by eXputer]
To enhance the stats and abilities of your Characters in One Piece Odyssey, you can easily fuse certain accessories together. These fused accessories will have higher and better stats which can ultimately help take the character to the next level. Before we learn more about the accessory fusing process, let us familiarize you with what accessories are.

What Are Accessories?

If you’re a regular gamer who likes playing RPG and MMO games, then chances are that you’re aware of what Accessories do. If you’re still confused, then we have got you covered. In One Piece Odyssey, accessories are certain items that you can give to any of the characters (members of the Straw Hat Pirates). These Accessory Items will enhance their stats and provide them with all kinds of buffs to increase their prowess in battle.

Normally, accessories will boost stuff like ATK, DEF, GUTS, Speed, HP, and Technique. Not only that, but certain accessories also provide resistance to the characters in the game, such as Burn and Freeze Resistance. There are also some accessories that apply Freeze and Burn effects to the opponent. Therefore, there are all kinds of combinations you can go with for each character in One Piece Odyssey.

Unlocking The Fuse Machine

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Fusing Machine in One Piece Odyssey [Screenshot by eXputer]
However, to fuse accessories, you will need to reach a specific point in the game. The machine that you use to combine accessories together is known as Robin’s Mystery Craft machine or the Mukchi. To unlock the Mukchi, you will first need to complete the Second Chapter of One Piece Odyssey. After beating the Crocodile and heading back toward Waford, Chapter 3 will begin. 

The Third Chapter is titled “The Wind Colossus and Dust Ruins.” During the first cutscene of the chapter, Adio leads the Straw Hat Pirates and Lim to a mysterious machine. The crew, however, is unable to comprehend how it operates. Luckily, Lim assists them and eventually leads Robin to do the Mukchi work using her four-arms ability. After the cutscene, you will have access to the Accessory Fusing machine in all camps. With that, let’s move on to the next step on how you can add up different accessories.

Combining Accessories

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Fusing process [Image Credit: eXputer]
Each character has four slots that can be filled with a unique accessory. However, it is best to fuse some accessories before you equip them in One Piece Odyssey. Fusing accessories will combine the effects of the two accessories in question, together. As we mentioned earlier, you can fuse accessories using Robin’s Mystery Craft machine, which can be unlocked during Chapter 3.

To access the Mukchi or Mystery Craft machine, simply set up a camp in One Piece Odyssey. After that, access the machine, and you will notice that each Accessory has four slots. However, not all of them will be unlocked at the beginning of the game. One or more of these slots will already have a buff, although by fusing another accessory, you can add additional stats to the empty slots as well. 

In the early phases of the game, you will only be able to make use of 1-2 slots on each Accessory. However, as you play through the game and collect more cubes (EXP), you will eventually unlock more slots for each Accessory, which will ultimately allow you to create an even stronger fusion in One Piece Odyssey.

To Fuse two accessories together, follow the steps mentioned below:

  1. Head to a Campfire location in One Piece Odyssey (represented by a “Tent” icon).
  2. Once you start a camp, head over to the Mukchi (Robin’s Craft Machine), which looks like a robot.
  3. Interact with the machine, and Robin will ask you, “Do you need an accessory?” simply choose “Yes.”
  4. You will now enter the menu, where you will get to pick a base accessory to begin the fusing process in the game.
  5. After the base accessory, the machine will ask you to ‘Select accessory to be absorbed.’ Make sure you choose a highlighted accessory which means it is eligible for fusion with the base accessory. 
  6. Confirm your selection and let the Mukchi do its magic.

That’s the whole process of fusing accessories together. However, there are a few pointers that you should know about. First up, make sure that the Base Accessory you choose has one or more free slots available. You may notice a few locked slots, but they can be unlocked later in the game as you gain more EXP.

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Triumph fusing [Screenshot by Us]
Once you pick two Accessories to fuse together, there can be a total of 3 different outcomes. Here are all the outcomes you can achieve after successfully combining two accessories.

  • Complete: The default stat will be transferred to the base accessory.
  • Success: 150% of the default stat will be transferred to the base accessory.
  • Triumph: 200% of the default stat will be transferred to the base accessory.

For example, if you pick a base accessory and then choose an accessory with +100 ATK and get “Completefusion, then the base accessory will get +100 ATK. However, if you get “Success,” you will fuse +150 ATK from the same Accessory. The same rule applies to the “Triumph” fusion. Therefore, it’s best to get the Triumph Fusion, as it will yield the highest buff. Although, as of right now, this is a completely random thing and can not be influenced in the game.

Enhancing Robin’s Fuse Skill

In One Piece Odyssey, you can also enhance Robin’s Fuse Skill. Doing so will allow you to open up more slots for the accessories in the game. Having more slots will make it possible to create much stronger accessory fusions. However, to level up the skill, you must first play through the 4th Chapter of One Piece Odyssey.

Players will also need to collect Cubes and play through the main missions. After a while, you will have enough cubes to improve Robin’s Fuse Skill which will assist you even more. 

How To Equip Accessories In One Piece Odyssey?

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Equipment Menu [Image Credit: eXputer]
Of course, if you do not know how to equip an item in One Piece Odyssey, then there is no point in combining accessories together. Luckily, we have got you covered with our quick guide on how you can equip accessories for each member of the Straw Hat Pirates.

Here are all the steps that you need to follow in order to use an accessory in One Piece Odyssey:

  1. After the game loads up and you take control of a character, simply pause the game.
  2. Once you reach the pause menu, press Rb/R1 to switch tabs and make your way to “Equipment.”
  3. Here you can choose the Accessory you want for the character and equip it in the available slots.
  4. You can also press R2/RT or L2/LT to move to the previous or the next character.

After equipping the relevant accessories, you can also check out the character’s stats by hovering over the Accessory you chose. From here, you can work out all the buffs and resistances the member is getting. Using this feature, you can easily figure out what’s best for the Straw Hat Pirates.


So there you have it! Our complete guide on everything there is to know about Fusing Accessories in One Piece Odyssey. We have compiled all the known information along with some key pointers that will help you create some of the Best Accessory Fusions. Although, it’s worth knowing that you can only begin fusing accessories once you reach Chapter 3 in the game.

Based on one of the most popular anime in the world, One Piece Odyssey is poised as an RPG. It features the infamous Straw Hat Pirates, which includes some characters like Monkey D. Luffy, Zoro, Usopp, Sanji, and Nami. If you have just kicked off your journey, then it’s best to first go through our Beginner’s Guide. Luckily, there aren’t any Difficulty levels in One Piece Odyssey that would hinder your progress. Apart from that, make sure you check out some guides about Outfits and all Memory Arcs in the game.

Last but not least, before you begin the game, it is worth knowing how long One Piece Odyssey is. On the other hand, if you have finished the game, then you can also read about its Secret Ending in a bit more detail. If you enjoyed playing One Piece Odyssey, we recommend you check out these 23 Games like One Piece Odyssey.

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Sameer Tahir

Sameer is a Senior Writer & Editor for all sorts of guides on eXputer. He’s been hooked on games since the age of 8, when he found a liking for Pokemon titles on the Gameboy. Since then, he has dove deep into many other genres on all sorts of consoles to feed his love for gaming. Sameer is currently pursuing a Journalism Degree. He has several years of writing experience and has worked for Mashable previously. Experience: 5+ Years || Education: ACCA and Currently doing a Bachelor's in Journalism || Previously Worked for Mashable || Published 200+ Guides

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