Blox Fruits Tier List 2023

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Our updated Blox Fruits tier list, post-Update 20 (October 7, 2023), ranks fruits based on various factors, including the game's meta, and community feedback.

Update 20, the latest Blox Fruits update, was released on October 7, 2023, and we prepared our new Blox Fruits tier list based on this update. In this list, we’ve ranked the best fruits in the game from best to worst. While creating this ranking, we considered all the factors. We’re keeping up with Blox Fruit’s current meta, its latest updates, and the most recent developments. Additionally, we’re reviewing tier lists created by the Blox Fruits community and looking at comments to make the best ranking. Tierlista editors will keep this list constantly updated. Let’s take a look at the best fruit rankings!

Blox Fruits Tier List 2023

Based on the latest patch, our 2023 Blox Fruits Tier List is as follows:

T0


T1


T2


T3

Tier 0 Best Fruits

Leopard Fruit

Leopard is a Mythical Beast-type Blox Fruit, which costs $ 5,000,000 or (R) 3,000 from the Blox Fruit Dealer.

This Blox Fruit is the most expensive fruit and widely considered one of the best fruits, and the first fruit whose Robux value exceeds that of the Fruit Notifier. It was released in Update 17 Part 3 and is the fifth Beast type fruit to be added to the game. It is currently the most expensive fruit in the game, and its monetary value surpasses even that of the Dragon fruit. This type of fruit can deal with fruits that need hold to be stunned (for example Dough).

The user’s movespeed is about doubled when they use the V move. Because of this, when transformed, the user enjoys great mobility. Moves Z X C & F get more powerful after transformation as well.

Dragon Fruit

Dragon is a Mythical Beast-type Blox Fruit, which costs $ 3,500,000 or (R) 2,600 from the Blox Fruit Dealer.

This is the fruit that has the biggest transformed model in game, being bigger than Buddha (V2), Phoenix and Venom (meaning that the hitbox of the player is significantly bigger too).

This Blox Fruit allows its user to enhance its attacks in transformed mode, similar to Phoenix v2, although its attacks are available to the player even when not transformed, unlike Buddha and Falcon.

Venom Fruit

Venom is a Mythical Natural-type Blox Fruit, which costs $ 3,000,000 or (R) 2,450 from the Blox Fruit Dealer.

This Blox Fruit is considered as one of the most powerful fruits in the game due to it’s passive abilities and overall damage and ease of use. Venom is a good counter against Awakened Dough and Dragon, and is one of the best in the current meta in pvp.

This fruit has some grinding potential in the First Sea, but it is not recommended because of the high mastery requirements (up to 300 Mastery).

Rumble Fruit

Rumble is a Legendary Elemental-type Blox Fruit, which costs $ 2,100,000, or (R) 2,100 from the Blox Fruit Dealer.

It’s known as an amazing fruit for PvP if used correctly due to it’s great stun and damage making it very versatile for any build. It’s also considered to a decent fruit for grinding.

Buddha Fruit

Buddha (Formerly known as Human: Buddha) is a Legendary Beast-type Blox Fruit, which costs $ 1,200,000 or (R) 1,650 from the Blox Fruit Dealer.

The Buddha fruit can be awakened and is considered the best fruit for grinding and supporting/carrying in a raid, and also a decent option for PvP due to its spammable skills. This fruit is considered by the community as the best fruit.

The user can hold weapons while using this Fruit, which gives the Sword and Fighting Style click-hits a massive hitbox.

Spider Fruit

The Spider Fruit is a Legendary Natural-type Blox Fruit, that costs $ 1,500,000 or (R) 1,800 from the Blox Fruit Dealer.

This fruit is not good for grinding since it lacks the Elemental effect and has moves which can be hard to hit on NPCs, but it can be decent if used correctly. It is an excellent fruit for PvP when awakened, as it has great stuns, damage and hitboxes, and is considered to be one of the best PvP fruits, although to take advantage of the fruit’s power the player needs to be relatively skilled.

Dough Fruit

The Dough Fruit is a Mythical Elemental-type Blox Fruit, that costs $ 2,800,000 or (R) 2,400 from the Blox Fruit Dealer.

This Blox Fruit is an incredibly valuable fruit due to its insane PvP potential with great stun and damage, making this fruit gains an incredibly high value in Trading due to its high demand.

Shadow Fruit

The Shadow Fruit is a Mythical Natural-type Blox Fruit, that costs $ 2,900,000 or (R) 2,425 from the Blox Fruit Dealer.

This fruit is the only fruit to give to the user a purple shadow aura surrounding themselves that will be bigger and darker, depending on the amount of Umbra Meter they have.

Soul Fruit

The Soul Blox fruit was a Natural-type Blox Fruit. It used to cost $ 3,400,000 or (R) 2,550 from the Blox Fruit Dealer. It was added in Update 17.1 and reworked as Spirit in Update 17.3.5.
Soul was one of the 13 fruits that glowed in its physical form (the others being Love, Barrier, Quake, Buddha, Phoenix, Rumble, Paw, Gravity, Shadow, Venom, Control and Dragon).

Dark Fruit

The Dark Blox Fruit is an Elemental-type Blox Fruit. It costs $ 500,000, or (R) 950 from the Blox Fruit Dealer.

The (old) Dark Fruit is used by the Raid Boss, Darkbeard in the game, the Dark raid NPCs (Darkness/Dark users), the Possessed Mummy NPCs and the Elite Pirate, Diablo (the awakened version), as well as the NPCs and Boss in the Hellish Dimension in the CDK quest.

It is considered as one of the best fruits in PVP when it is awakened (Dark is usually paired with a sword and / or gun) due to its long stuns and teleport move.

One of 4 fruits that have a smoke-like effect in it’s physical form, the others being Flame, Venom and Shadow.

Blizzard Fruit

The Blizzard Fruit is a Legendary Elemental-type Blox Fruit, that costs $ 2,400,000 or (R) 2,250 from the Blox Fruit Dealer.

Blizzard has really good PvP potential if used correctly, because of the high damage and stuns. It is a good fruit overall (grinding, PvP, raids, movement) and gets the job done. It is also considered to rival Buddha in terms in grinding.

Tier 1 Fruits

Phoenix Fruit

The Phoenix Fruit (previously known as “Bird: Phoenix Fruit”) is a Legendary Beast-type Blox Fruit, that costs $ 1,800,000 or (R) 2,000 from the Blox Fruit Dealer.

This fruit can be used to heal or support teammates along with the large AOE it brings and this is also is the fruit that consumes most mana in the game to date.

Control Fruit

Control is a Mythical Natural-type Blox Fruit, which costs $ 3,200,000 or (R) 2,500 from the Blox Fruit Dealer.

This fruit will get a rework soon, so it might increase its value for trading.

Light Fruit

Light is a Rare Elemental-type Blox Fruit, which costs $ 650,000 or (R) 1,100 from the Blox Fruit Dealer.

This fruit is widely considered one of the best grinding fruits since it’s an Elemental and has AoE moves, decent damage, not too high mastery requirements, powerful M1, and the fastest flight in the game. It is recommended for grinding in First Sea. It’s also a good PvP fruit if you can aim well. Overall, this fruit is a excellent option for grinding and PvP. Light fruit is also very similar to the Ice fruit having a M1 (tap) too. It also has decent combo potential.

It is not good for grinding in the Second Sea and Third Sea due to the high Elemental requirements unless you are tough skilled grinder and awaken this fruit. NPC having Aura and being outpaced by other fruits such as Magma, Buddha, and Rumble.

Magma Fruit

Magma is a Rare Elemental-type Blox Fruit, which costs $ 850,000 or (R) 1,300 from the Blox Fruit Dealer.

This fruit is the best fruit for Sea Beast grinding due to the water walking passive and the insane damage overtime. It doesn’t require much mastery, thus allowing 1st Sea players to use this excellent fruit. It being the highest damaging fruit allows it to be able to solo simple raids (sometimes including the magma raid itself).

When awakened this fruit has two of the highest damaging moves. as well as making a 2nd best grinding fruit, only losing to Buddha.
(Note: Magma currently has the highest amount of damage in the game.)

Flame Fruit

Flame is an Uncommon Elemental-type Blox Fruit, which costs $ 250,000 or (R) 550 from the Blox Fruit Dealer.

This Blox Fruit can be awakened, and is generally seen as an overall good fruit, due to the fact that it’s cheap, it’s very useful in early-game and also good in end-game, and has quite some PvP potential. It is very good for PvP and is good for long-range attacks with low cooldowns.

It’s also generally seen as a replacement for Light, as Flame is generally considered to be one of the best fruits for grinding in First Sea.

Quake Fruit

Quake is a Legendary Natural-type Blox Fruit, which costs $ 1,000,000 or (R) 1,500 from the Blox Fruit Dealer.

The fruit is used by the raid boss Greybeard, who spawns at the Marine Fortress in the First Sea once every 6 hours. Quake is widely known for its effectiveness and excellence in PvP/Bounty hunting and boss fighting (when awakened). However, it is not really good for grinding since it’s a Natural type fruit, but if you get used to using it, it can be decent for farming (big AoE and damage). It is known as one of the best fruits in game (when awakened), and is widely known for its effectiveness in PvP combat and It is also known for its effectiveness in boss fighting.

String Fruit

The String Fruit was a Natural-type Fruit, which, when eaten, grants its user the ability to attack with thin and sharp string. It costed $ 1,500,000 or (R) 1,800, from the Blox Fruits Dealer. This fruit had a 4% chance to be in each stock, and a 5.7% chance to spawn in-game every hour. It was added in Update 2, and its awakening was implemented in Update 13.
The fruit was quite bad for grinding due to it not having the Elemental effect, but can be decent if used wisely. It was considered an excellent fruit for PvP when awakened, as it has great stun and hitbox, considered one of the best PvP fruits.

This fruit is one among many others that have an animation on the physical form, the others being Rubber, Phoenix, Portal, Gravity, Dough, Venom, Control, Spirit, Dragon and Leopard

Barrier Fruit

The Barrier Fruit is a Natural-type Blox Fruit. It costs $ 800,000 or (R) 1,250 from the Blox Fruit Dealer. This fruit has a 8% chance of being in stock, and a 7,8% chance of spawning in-game.

This is a decent starting fruit, since it can make people stuck in place for a short amount of time. It’s okay for Raids, since you can use the barrier wall, and just let your friends combo the NPC’s / Boss itself. The Barrier fruit is mainly used for trolling, as it can block players out of the way

Tier 2 Fruits

Ice Fruit

Ice is a Uncommon Elemental-type Blox Fruit, which costs $ 350,000 or (R) 750 from the Blox Fruit Dealer.

This fruit is popular for Bounty Hunting and PvP, because of its great stuns and moderate damage. This can be a useful fruit, for first-time bounty hunters and it can counter Buddha because of the stable and wide stun it brings.

Sand Fruit

Sand is an Uncommon Elemental -type Blox Fruit, which costs $ 420,000 or (R) 850 from the Blox Fruit Dealer.

Although it has some stuns, unawakened Sand is an unreliable fruit for PvP due to a ground-based moveset and mid damage. It can be okay for grinding if player’s level is low.

Awakened Sand excels in the moves’ hitboxes, damage, speed, stun, and versatility. Overall it’s an amazing fruit for PvP and bounty hunting, and it’s decent for grinding despite its low price of $ 420,000.

Paw Fruit

Paw is a Legendary Natural-type Blox Fruit, which costs $ 2,300,000 or (R) 2,200 from the Blox Fruit Dealer.

This fruit is not seen often in PvP, although it has great combo potential and boasts a large range. Paw was mostly used by sword or gun users when it was first released.

Paw isn’t used by sword and gun users now as much as it was when it was first released, since fruits such as awakened Ice, awakened Dark, awakened Rumble, and other fruits exist, which are widely considered as better and easier to use than Paw.

Door Fruit

The Door Blox Fruit was a Natural-type Blox Fruit. It costed $ 950,000, or (R) 1,400, from the Blox Fruit Dealer. This fruit had a 7% chance of being in stock, and a 6.8% chance of spawning in-game. It was implemented in Update 15, and reworked as Portal in Update 17.3.5. The door fruit gave an instant teleport ability. You could open a portal door to jump some distance across land or air, or to another island altogether. It was known as the best Blox Fruit for fruit hunting, or for escaping bounty hunters. It was also known as one of the best, if not the best fruit for mobility/traveling.
This was the most expensive Rare fruit. It had cost $ 950,000, but since it has removed from the game, the spotlight has been transferred to Magma.

Gravity Fruit

Gravity is a Mythical Natural-type Blox Fruit, which costs $ 2,500,000 or (R) 2,300 from the Blox Fruit Dealer.

This fruit is one among many other fruits that have an animation on the physical form (with the others being Rubber, Spider, Phoenix, Portal, Dough, Venom, Control, Spirit, Dragon and Leopard).

Revive Fruit

The Revive Blox Fruit is a Natural-type Blox Fruit which was added in Update 16. It costs $ 550,000 or (R) 975, from the Blox Fruit Dealer.

The Revive fruit is green, and translucent. It has a skull shaped body with eyes. Depending on where the camera is upon looking at the Revive fruit, it will be lighter or darker.

Diamond Fruit

Not to be confused with the Boss of the same name, Diamond
The Diamond Blox Fruit is a Natural-type Blox Fruit. It costs $ 600,000, or (R) 1,000, from the Blox Fruit Dealer. It was added in Update 15. Diamond is also one of the 2 fruits that have a sparkling effect in their physical form, with the other being Control. [Removed in Update 17.3]

Tier 3 Fruits

Love Fruit

Love is a Legendary, Natural-type Blox Fruit.

It costs $ 1,300,000 or (R) 1,700 from the Blox Fruit Dealer, which used to cost $ 700,000 or (R) 1,150 before the Valentines Event

This fruit focuses on AOE damage moves, with a capacity for support, as it has a flight move which can carry an ally. It was revamped during the Valentines Event to its current form. In the past it was a very stun focused fruit, with little potential for being a main damage dealer.

This fruit had one of the sharpest increases in value ever seen in the game, especially for a fruit which was previously so common, with the Money value nearly doubling, and the Robux value increasing significantly as well.

This fruit is one of the 13 fruits that glows in its physical form, the others being: Barrier, Quake, Buddha, Phoenix, Rumble, Paw, Gravity, Shadow, Spirit, Control, Venom and Dragon.

Rubber Fruit

Rubber is a Rare Natural-type Blox Fruit, which costs $ 750,000 or (R) 1,200 from the Blox Fruit Dealer.

This Blox Fruit turns the user’s body into rubber, it grants the user immunity to Rumble, Electric, Pole (1st Form), and Guns. But does not grant immunity to Electric Claw and Pole (2nd Form).

Rubber is good until the Underwater City due to most NPC’s having ranged attacks and the fruit needing a lot of accuracy.

Spring Fruit

The Spring Fruit is a Common Natural-type Blox Fruit, that costs $ 60,000 or (R) 180 from the Blox Fruit Dealer.

Smoke Fruit

The Smoke Fruit is a Common Elemental-type Blox Fruit, that costs $ 100,000 or (R) 250 from Blox Fruit Dealer.

Falcon Fruit

Falcon (Previously known as Bird: Falcon) is a Beast-type Blox Fruit, added in Update 15. It costs $ 300,000 or (R) 650 from the Blox Fruit Dealer. It can also be obtained with a high chance from the Blox Fruit Gacha.

Spin Fruit

The Spin Fruit is a Common Natural-type Blox Fruit, that costs $ 7,500 or (R) 75 from the Blox Fruit Dealer.

Spike Fruit

Spike is a Natural-type Blox Fruit. It costs $ 180,000, or (R) 380, from the Blox Fruit Dealer. It was added in Update 1.
This fruit used to be known for always being in stock, alongside Bomb, this was removed when Kilo, Spin became the new two lowest fruits.

This fruit was previously hated due to its high chance of getting it when talking to Blox Fruits Gacha, while not being very useful, but it has received a large buff as of Update 17.3.

Kilo Fruit

The Kilo Fruit is a Common Natural-type Blox Fruit that costs $ 5,000 or (R) 50 from the Blox Fruit Dealer.

This is the most common and cheapest fruit in the game, it is often seen as a symbol of poverty, and most users use it to buy raids.

Chop Fruit

The Chop Fruit is a Common Natural-type Blox Fruit, that costs $ 30,000 or (R) 100 from the Blox Fruit Dealer.

This fruit is often famous for its passive immunity swords, making it invincible if the enemy use Sword Stats. Unfortunately, some skills are close range so some fruits like Rumble have much better stun abilities.

Bomb Fruit

The Bomb Fruit is a Common Natural-type Blox Fruit, that costs $ 80,000 or (R) 220 from the Blox Fruit Dealer.

All Devil Fruits

Devil Fruits serve as in-game items that bestow formidable abilities upon their users. They serve as the fundamental game-changers in battles, enabling the creation of unique playstyles and strategies. Devil fruits are categorized into three distinct types:

  1. Paramecia – These fruits are the most prevalent and typically lack passive abilities, focusing on active powers.
  2. Zoan – Possessing a Zoan fruit enables the user to undergo a transformation, taking on the form of another creature.
  3. Logia – This type of fruit empowers its user to wield elemental abilities with great proficiency.

Paramecia Fruits

Fruit NameFruit Price (Beli)Fruit Price (Robux)
Bomb$5,000$50
Spike$7,500$75
Chop$30,000$100
Spring$60,000$180
Kilo$80,000$220
Spin$180,000$380
Diamond$600,000$1,000
Love$700,000$1,150
Rubber$750,000$1,200
Barrier$800,000$1,250
Door$950,000$1,400
Quake$1,000,000$1,500
String$1,500,000$1,800
Paw$2,300,000$2,200
Gravity$2,500,000$2,300
Dough$2,800,000$2,400
Venom$3,000,000$2,450
Control$3,200,000$2,500
Revive$550,000$975
Shadow$2,900,000$2,425
Soul$3,400,000$2,550
Spider$1,500,000$1,800
Spirit$3,400,000$2,550
Portal$1,900,000$2,000

Zoan Fruits

Fruit NameFruit Price (Beli)Fruit Price (Robux)
Falcon$300,000$650
Buddha$1,200,000$1,650
Phoenix$1,800,000$2,000
Dragon$3,500,000$2,600
Leopard$5,000,000$3,000

Logia Fruits

Fruit Name Fruit Price (Beli)Fruit Price (Robux)
Smoke$100,000$250
Flame$250,000$550
Ice$350,000$750
Sand$420,000$850
Dark$500,000$950
Light$650,000$1,100
Magma$850,000$1,300
Rumble$2,100,000$2,100

Fruits Tier Ranking Criteria

  • T0: This is the highest tier in a tier list, reserved for the most powerful or effective options in the game. Fruits or strategies in this tier are considered to be essential picks for competitive play and are often banned in tournaments.
  • T1: This tier is just below T0-tier and includes fruits or strategies that are still very strong and effective, but not quite as dominant as those in the T0-tier.
  • T2: This tier includes fruits or strategies that are considered to be average or balanced in terms of their strength and effectiveness. They may have some strengths and weaknesses, but they are not as dominant as those in the higher tiers.
  • T3: This is the lowest tier in a tier list, reserved for the weakest or least effective options in the game. Fruits or strategies in this tier are often considered to be inferior to other options and may be rarely used in competitive play.

It’s important to note that the exact definitions and criteria for each tier can vary depending on the game and the community creating the tier list. Additionally, a Fruits or strategy’s placement in a tier list is not always an accurate reflection of its overall strength or effectiveness, as factors such as player skill and game balance can also play a significant role.

Tier lists always provide great insights about the current meta. We hope you’ve enjoyed our Blox Fruits tier list. We’d love your contributions too. You can share the tier lists you create for the game you play. We can publish them under your name and give credit to your desired links (e.g., Twitch, Twitter). Looking forward to seeing you in our next guide where we rank the best fruits!