Blox Fruits Tier List

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Blox Fruits is a popular Roblox game based off the One Piece manga/anime series. The game takes players through a series of islands where they do battle with various NPCs and each other. The fruits in the game give players new powers and nifty moves to be the best.

Some fruits are better than others, so we put together this tier list to give you an idea of which will make you the most powerful!

Types of Fruit

Blox Fruits contains several unique types of fruit that fall into one of three distinct categories:

Natural (Paramecia) Fruit

Any fruit considered natural has an active ability (or abilities) but no passive ones. These are the most common type of fruit in the game.

Elemental (Logia) Fruit

Elemental fruits offer a number of attack moves to work your day through enemies and bosses. In addition, these fruits often have the ability to bypass some types of damage if the attacker is at least 5% below your level.

Beast (Zoan) Fruit

A beast fruit allows you to use the abilities of or transform into a particular beast.

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How to Get Fruit

Blox Venom Fruit

There are a few different ways to obtain devil fruits in Blox Fruits. Let’s take a look at each.

Blox Fruit Dealer

This crafty NPC can sell any of the blox fruits available in the game. He has a random selection at any given time, and there’s no rhyme or reason so to what he has and when. If you’re looking for a particular fruit, it’s simply the luck of the draw with this vendor.

Fortunately, he tells you exactly what he has for sale. Fruits each have a varying likelihood of being in stock, with some much rarer than others. Once you buy a fruit from the Blox Fruit Dealer with Beli, it will replace the fruit you currently have with you. The exception to this is any fruit purchased with Robux, as those stay in your inventory forever.

The Blox Fruit Dealer is located in the following locations:

  • Marine Starter Island
  • Pirate Starter Island
  • Middle Town
  • Cafe (Second Sea)
  • Dressrosa Docks (Second Sea)

Blox Fruits Dealer Cousin

The Blox Fruits Dealer Cousin hands out a random piece of blox fruit for a certain amount of Beli. The higher your level, the more the cost of the random fruit. The price differs whether you’re a normal or a premium player. You can receive any of the fruits in the game.

This NPC is only located in two places in the game:

  • Jungle
  • Cafe (Second Sea)

Find Fruit

Blox fruits can appear in locations throughout all the islands in the game. They are most likely to appear under trees. New devil fruit will spawn after every hour in a server but only last 20 minutes of real time on the ground. If you don’t grab it by then, it will disappear!

Other Ways

You can also get a random fruit by landing the final blow in a Factory Raid or taking out Tanky pirates in the Castle on the Sea pirate raid.

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Selection Criteria for the Tier List

When sorting blox fruits into a tier list, I considered several factors. The most important to me was its damage and effectiveness while grinding and in PVP situations. The list below captures all the points I took into account:

  • Usefulness in grinding
  • Usefulness in PVP
  • Effectiveness against bosses
  • Damage aversion
  • Range
  • Mobility
  • Usability
  • Fun

Tier List

Blox Fruits Tier List

Tier List Core Content

Below is every blox fruit in the game, laid out in detail so you can see why it’s rated the way it was.

S-Tier Fruits


  • Cost: 3,000,000 Beli or 2,450 Robux
  • Type: Natural
  • Ability Levels: 1, 50, 100, 200, 300
  • Stock Chance: 1.2%
  • Spawn Chance: 1.0%

Venom is an all-around great fruit to use no matter what you’re doing in Blox Fruits. Its poison abilities make it lots of fun to play, and it’s one of a few fruits that glows.

The fruit itself does a ton of damage that only increases when transformed. While meant to work best up close, it has some impressive ranged attacks as well. When working through mobs, the poison makes it all but impossible for other players to take your kills.

Each move is easy to pull off, allows for flight, and has an awesome transformation onto a three-headed dragon.


  • Cost: 2,800,000 Beli or 2,400 Robux
  • Type: Natural
  • Ability Levels: 1, 50, 100, 200, 300
  • Stock Chance: 1.4%
  • Spawn Chance: 1.3%

Dough is another of the best fruits in the game. Although it can get messy, all of the moves incorporate dough for dealing damage or increasing speed. There are also AoE moves that work well while grinding or bounty hunting.

These unique moves really add to the fun level and make your playing style stand out among others. Since the moves often fling dough, a little bit of aiming is required to hit your target.


  • Cost: 3,400,000 Beli or 2,550 Robux
  • Type: Natural
  • Ability Levels: 1, 75, 150, 250, 350
  • Stock Chance: 1%
  • Spawn Chance: 0.8%

Soul is a unique fruit with two sides, a sun (red) and a storm (blue). While you’re on the red side, your attacks and Buddies are more intense and intimidating. The calm side makes everything a bit friendlier and more relaxed.

Adding to the fun factor is the ability to collect souls that allow you to summon help to fight with you. All attacks are AoE, making it easy to hit targets while grinding and doing PVP.


Blox Light Fruit

  • Cost: $650,000 Beli or 1,100 Robux
  • Type: Elemental
  • Ability Levels: 1, 10, 40, 80, 110
  • Stock Chance: 20%
  • Spawn Chance: 9%

For as strong as Light is, it’s incredible that it has a 20% chance of being in the Blox Fruits Dealer’s stock. Light does a lot of damage, but most attacks require you to aim at your target. Along with long-range and powerful AoE, the damage makes Light great for grinding or PVP.

It also has the fastest flight of any fruit in the game but only moves in a straight line until awakened. As an elemental fruit, players won’t take damage from physical attacks unless the attacker is a higher level.


  • Cost: 1,000,000 Beli or 1,500 Robux
  • Type: Natural
  • Ability Levels: 1, 50, 100, 150
  • Stock Chance: 6%
  • Spawn Chance: 6.4%

Quake has a cool glow in physical form that just screams power. The earth-shattering attacks pack a literal punch and can even cause two tsunamis to form! Quake only gets more powerful when awakened, easily matching the other highest damage fruits in the game.

Some moves have a ranged component but have a very large area of damage. Better yet, these attacks push opponents away so you can stay in command of the battle.


  • Cost: 3,500,000 Beli or 2,600 Robux
  • Type: Beast
  • Ability Levels: 1, 75, 150, 250, 350
  • Stock Chance: 1%
  • Spawn Chance: 0.7%

Who wouldn’t want to turn into a dragon? The dragon blox fruit has a fury meter that builds as you do damage. Once full, you can transform into different colors by unlocking them through mastery.

Dragon is mighty even before transformation, but it shines the most when in dragon form. You only take 37.5% damage from outside sources in this form, making you tough to beat in PVP.


  • Cost: 2,900,000 Beli or 2,425 Robux
  • Type: Natural
  • Ability Levels: 1, 50, 100, 200, 300
  • Stock Chance: 1.3%
  • Spawn Chance: 1.1%

The Shadow blox fruit embraces the power of darkness to unleash powerful moves. Players have an Umbra meter that fills as you do damage or automatically at night time. The Corvus Torment attack consumes the Umbra meter and increases in damage and range depending on how full the bar is.

This fruit is right up there with other S tiers in terms of damage, and each move has a damaging effect. One ability also heals the player for 20% of health.

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A-Tier Fruits


Blox Rumble Fruit

  • Cost: 2,100,000 Beli or 2,100 Robux
  • Type: Elemental
  • Ability Levels: 1, 30, 90, 160, 250
  • Stock Chance: 2.3%
  • Spawn Chance: 2.3%

Topping off Rumble’s impressive feature set is an immunity to any kind of physical attack. Mixing this with fast moves makes this fruit’s user very hard to hit.

Based off lightning attacks, Rumble has a lot of cool stun moves that can be used from a long distance. These attacks also do high amounts of damage and some have a huge AoE range. Just be aware that any Rubber users are entirely immune to Rumble.


  • Cost: 350,000 Beli or 750 Robux
  • Type: Elemental
  • Ability Levels: 1, 25, 50, 100
  • Stock Chance: 15%
  • Spawn Chance: 14%

As you’d expect, the Ice blox fruit gives the player the power over this frozen element. Several moves freeze opponents, allowing you to lay on the damage without fear of counterattack. This works well both while grinding and during PVP.

Ice wielders can walk on water if you freeze it, making transportation between islands a breeze. Attacks get even more powerful when awakened and boost AoE. Like some other elemental fruits, you’re immune to physical attacks.


  • Cost: 850,000 Beli or 1,300 Robux
  • Type: Elemental
  • Ability Levels: 1, 10, 45, 95, 140
  • Stock Chance: 10%
  • Spawn Chance: 7.2%

Magma imbues eater with the power of molten rock. While its attacks are strong, they are all based on ground combat, making Magma less effective in PVP. Its flight ability is also the slowest in the game.

That being said, Magma works great for the purpose of grinding. Attacks can leave pools of magma around that NPCs have a habit of walking through. The Magma fruit also makes you immune to lava.


  • Cost: 2,300,000 Beli or 2,200 Robux
  • Type: Natural
  • Ability Levels: 1, 50, 100, 200, 300
  • Stock Chance: 1.9%
  • Spawn Chance: 2.8%

Paw sounds like a beast-type fruit but doesn’t have any transformational properties. Attacks shoot paws at enemies that cover a lot of ground and deal high amounts of damage. The Torture ability causes another player’s screen to turn dark, blinding them during PVP fights.

Each move is quick to use, and the range beats any other fruit in the game. To get around quickly, Paw has a repel that pulls the user to the mouse pointer’s location.


  • Cost: 1,800,000 Beli or 2,000 Robux
  • Type: Beast
  • Ability Levels: 1, 30, 90, 160, 250
  • Stock Chance: 3%
  • Spawn Chance: 3%

Like the bird of legend, Phoenix is all about regeneration in combat. It does require a transformation to be fully effective. Phoenix drains energy in beast form, but the process is quite slow.

While in Phoenix form, the player has around 30% damage resistance from incoming attacks. Alongside a powerful heal ability, a Phoenix is hard to take down.

There aren’t a lot of damage moves, but those that do exist are fast and do good damage. You also have passive flight while in Phoenix form. The fruit does not currently have an awakening, but one appears to be on the way.


Blox Flame Fruit

  • Cost: 250,000 Beli or 550 Robux
  • Type: Elemental
  • Ability Levels: 1, 10, 25, 50, 100
  • Stock Chance: 30%
  • Spawn Chance: 12%

Flame does a lot of damage and is not terribly expensive, making it a great devil fruit early on. Its immunity to physical damage is excellent for grinding and PVP as well. Its downside when grinding is a high knockback that scatters enemies.

It works well from short to long range with its list of fire attacks. Flame also has mobility options, allowing flight by turning your legs to fire.


  • Cost: 1,200,000 Beli or 1,650 Robux
  • Type: Beast
  • Ability Levels: 1, 1, 100, 200
  • Stock Chance: 5%
  • Spawn Chance: 5.7%

Buddha is a rather unique fruit that turns you into a giant golden Buddha. This large form has limited movement and speed, making you an easy target in PVP settings. This fruit starts off with average damage but is amazing while grinding due to fast attacks. It does reduce damage by 50% while transformed.

Everything changes once you’ve awakened the fruit. Damage, range, and the ability to stun greatly increase. It’s still slow but becomes much more effective in PVP and raids.


  • Cost: 800,000 Beli or 1,250 Robux
  • Type: Natural
  • Ability Levels: 1, 10, 45, 90, 130
  • Stock Chance: 8%
  • Spawn Chance: 7.8%

Barrier sounds like a defensive fruit, but it does have plenty of offensive capability. Instead of protecting yourself, barriers surround enemies, doing damage and keeping them in place. It can also block ranged attacks they try to use.

These barriers can wreak havoc on other players, giving you the edge in PVP combat. None of the moves are particularly good for grinding. You can summon stairs to get out of sticky situations, but this is the only movement ability barrier has.


  • Cost: 500,000 Beli or 950 Robux
  • Type: Elemental
  • Ability Levels: 1, 40, 80, 110
  • Stock Chance: 15%
  • Spawn Chance: 8.5%

The Dark fruit is one of the best for PVP, with several outstanding stun moves. As an elemental fruit, you’re immune to any physical damage from players or enemies more than 5% below your level.

Attacks can either push enemies away or pull them in as needed, making Dark great along with a sword. Dark’s awakened state has a teleport skill for quick getaways if enemies do get too close.


  • Cost: 3,200,000 Beli or 2,500 Robux
  • Type: Natural
  • Ability Levels: 1, 1, 150, 250, 350
  • Stock Chance: 1.1%
  • Spawn Chance: 0.9%

Control requires the user to first create an area that all moves must be performed within. The size of the area depends on how long you hold the button down while summoning it. It’s possible to trap players in an area and then rip them to shreds with a series of moves. There’s an option to teleport inside the area to keep enemies away from you.

The fruit can’t do anything without an area, so use during PVP is tricky if you can’t catch your opponent inside. Simple-minded NPC enemies are perfect for trapping, though. Attacks are powerful and work fast but take a long time to master.


Blox String Fruit

  • Cost: 1,500,000 Beli or 1,800 Robux
  • Type: Natural
  • Ability Levels: 1, 15, 50, 100, 225
  • Stock Chance: 4%
  • Spawn Chance: 5.7%

String may not sound lethal, but it certainly can be in the video game and anime world. Seemingly harmless strings turn into sharp razors that can slice enemies up. Damage is quite high even in unawakened form but increases even more once awakened.

The fruit’s biggest downfall is aiming, as it has a tiny hitbox. Hitboxes get much bigger once awakened and add in some stuns. String’s movement allows you to swing through the air, just like Spiderman.

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B-Tier Fruits


  • Cost: 750,000 Beli or 1,200 Robux
  • Type: Natural
  • Ability Levels: 1, 20, 50, 150
  • Stock Chance: 13%
  • Spawn Chance: 7.2%

Rubber has the cool ability of being completely immune to the Rumble fruit, Electro fighting style, some poles, and guns. Just like Luffy, you can stretch your arms to inflict damage in front of or behind you. There is a transformation that makes each move more powerful.

These punch moves work at a range and have some AoE capability. The damage is high and hits multiple times quickly. Some attacks also knock targets back, but you’ll still be at a disadvantage to long range.


  • Cost: 2,500,000 Beli or 2,300 Robux
  • Type: Natural
  • Ability Levels: 1, 50, 100, 200, 300
  • Stock Chance: 1.7%
  • Spawn Chance: 1.6%

Gravity is a high damage fruit with some really cool abilities like Meteor Storm. It has a few moves that can trap players or push them away to keep you in control of the battle.

Unfortunately, the fruit doesn’t do well unless players are on the ground out in the open. Meteor attacks have no effect if a player runs inside a building, and none of Gravity’s attacks work while in the air. It can be okay to use in PVP settings, but there’s too much knockback for grinding.


  • Cost: 700,000 Beli or 1,150 Robux
  • Type: Natural
  • Ability Levels: 1, 25, 50, 100
  • Stock Chance: 8%
  • Spawn Chance: 7.8%

Love makes the world go round, but it can also do damage in Blox Fruits. The damage output isn’t very high, making Love a bit of a bummer while grinding or PVP.

Love’s abilities are fast and can stun, making the fruit good support for a larger team. There are no movement abilities, and its range is limited as well.


Blox Revive Fruit

  • Cost: 550,000 Beli or 975 Robux
  • Type: Natural
  • Ability Levels: 1, 30, 60, 110
  • Stock Chance: Unknown
  • Spawn Chance: Unknown

Revive does come with the unique ability to revive after death, but only if the skill is active. You’ll also only gain back 50% of your hit points, but you do turn into a skeleton. The fruit also lets players leave their body and fly around, but this leaves your body vulnerable to attacks.

There are only two attack abilities with Revive, and even though damage isn’t high, they stun or freeze the opponent. It is not a very expensive fruit, but is more fun to use than being effective in combat.


  • Cost: 300,000 Beli or 650 Robux
  • Type: Beast
  • Ability Levels: 1, 1, 20, 80, 120
  • Stock Chance: 11%
  • Spawn Chance: 9.5%

Activating the Falcon fruit gives players an impressive pair of wings. You can jump higher with wings out, and they are needed for Falcon’s other moves.

All attacks have a charge ability to catch opponents off guard or cover the distance of a knockback. These charges can be hard to aim and do an average amount of damage.

Falcon’s mobility is great, and you can fly around the map with the flight ability.


  • Cost: 600,000 Beli or 1,000 Robux
  • Type: Natural
  • Ability Levels: 1, 1, 80, 110
  • Stock Chance: 9%
  • Spawn Chance: 8%

Diamond creates a hard outer layer that grants a 25% boost to the defense stat. This makes the fruit more of a tank class that can take hits from bosses or other enemies.

It has one close combat attack, a long range attack, and an AoE that blinds enemies. Damage is slightly above average, but this fruit is challenging to master. Diamond is limited on mobility but does have a charge move to put you in the center of the action.

C-Tier Fruits


Blox Chop Fruit

  • Cost: 30,000 Beli or 100 Robux
  • Type: Natural
  • Ability Levels: 1, 20, 50
  • Stock Chance: 35%
  • Spawn Chance: 13%

For a basic natural fruit, Chop surprisingly has immunity to sword attacks from lower level enemies. This makes it an effective fruit early on, where many players and NPCs use swords.

Chop only has three abilities that don’t do significant damage for grinding or PVP. Two of these abilities stun opponents for a few seconds.


  • Cost: 420,000 Beli or 850 Robux
  • Type: Elemental 
  • Ability Levels: 1, 15, 40, 80, 120
  • Stock Chance: 15%
  • Spawn Chance: 11%

The Sand fruit gives the user immunity to physical attacks but takes twice the damage while in water. It does have an awakened state that makes it somewhat usable.

Its abilities are slow when unawakened, leaving you a sitting duck in most situations. Damage is pretty high but it can be hard to land attacks. Awakened form brings damage in line with the most powerful fruits and comes with some stuns. Most players don’t feel it’s worth the time to get Sand to this state.


  • Cost: 950,000 Beli or 1,400 Robux
  • Type: Natural
  • Ability Levels: 1, 50, 100, 200
  • Stock Chance: 7%
  • Spawn Chance: 6.8%

Door is not built for fighting, but for movement. Every ability revolves around the user moving to a new location, whether that’s the air dimension or another part of the island. While a lot of fun to play with, it doesn’t do much for combat.

It does, however, make it easy to scour the islands for other types of blox fruit. You can also use teleportation to get away from pesky bounty hunters.

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D-Tier Fruits


  • Cost: 100,000 Beli or 250 Robux
  • Type: Elemental
  • Ability Levels: 1, 10, 20, 50
  • Stock Chance: 25%
  • Spawn Chance: 13%

Smoke is the cheapest elemental fruit in Blox Fruits, likely due to poor damage output. It does have a flight movement and a low mastery level and doesn’t take much energy to use.

Like other elemental fruits, Smoke makes players immune to physical damage. The fruit can be a good choice for grinding and PVP early in the game. However, other fruits leave Smoke in the dust over time.


Blox Spring Fruit

  • Cost: 60,000 Beli or 180 Robux
  • Type: Natural
  • Ability Levels: 1, 20, 60, 80
  • Stock Chance: 20%
  • Spawn Chance: 14%

Spring introduces a series of punches and kicks where body parts turn into springs. The mechanic is similar to Rubber, but Spring does less damage. The fruit does have some fast moves and allows players to run along walls. Attacks are very isolated and don’t have much range.


  • Cost: 80,000 Beli or 220 Robux
  • Type: Natural
  • Ability Levels: 1, 20, 50, 75
  • Stock Chance: 16%
  • Spawn Chance: 13%

Kilo is a weight-based devil fruit that makes the user very heavy. Even its mastery one attack is called 10,000 KG to put things in perspective. Moves are all AoE-based but don’t have a high damage output.

There’s nothing fast about Kilo, and all its moves are weaker versions of another fruit. Even its float ability is slow and can leave the target open to attack. 


  • Cost: 180,000 Beli or 380 Robux
  • Type: Natural
  • Ability Levels: 1, 25, 50, 90
  • Stock Chance: 13%
  • Spawn Chance: 12%

Spin unsurprisingly uses spin-based attacks to do damage at close range. The damage itself isn’t bad, but enemies need to be close enough for abilities to be effective. This can work out in a grinding session where NPCs mindlessly walk toward you. One attack launches bombs in various directions.

There is a flight move to get around the map, but Spin lacks the substance to make it really effective in any situation.

F-Tier Fruits


  • Cost: 5,000 Beli or 50 Robux
  • Type: Natural
  • Ability Levels: 1, 15
  • Stock Chance: 100%
  • Spawn Chance: 15%

Bomb is one of two fruits that’s always in stock. It’s the cheapest fruit in the game and clearly meant for beginner players. It only has two attacks with very low damage and doesn’t do much for grinding or PVP. Bomb is better than nothing but will be replaced by any other fruit as soon as you get it.


Blox Spike Fruit

  • Cost: 7,500 Beli or 75 Robux
  • Type: Natural
  • Ability Levels: 1, 15
  • Stock Chance: 100%
  • Spawn Chance: 15%

Like Bomb, Spike is always available for purchase from the Blox Fruit Dealer. It is another cheap fruit that new players can pick up to add a few moves to their arsenal. It has no ranged moves but does have a rolling attack that can cover some ground.


Below are some popular questions surrounding fruits in Blox Fruits:

Question: Is Light Fruit a Logia?

Answer: Light is an elemental (also known as Logia) fruit that players can buy or find in Blox Fruits.

Question: How Many Fragments Does It Take to Awaken Ice?

Answer: To fully awaken the Ice fruit, players need to obtain 14,500 fragments.

Question: Is Light or Dark Blox Fruit Better?

Answer: Light is the better fruit between the two for its damage output from ranged and AoE attacks. It also has the fastest flight of any fruit currently in the game.


While this tier list isn’t a definitive answer to the best fruits in Blox Fruits, I’ve carefully weighed several factors in making my placements. Several fruits do trickle to the top, meaning that Blox Fruits has many cool playstyles depending on how you like to fight.

After reading through this tier list, I am confident you’ll be able to pick out the best devil fruit for you to find when you next play the game!

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