Blox Fruits Tier List (February 2024)

Pick the best of the best in Blox Fruits!
Blox Fruits Tier List
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Blox Fruits is one of the most popular RPG Roblox games out there with over 4 million likes, and not without reason. This exciting One Piece and Dragon Ball Z-like combat game simply sucks in everyone who tries it out due to its versatility and the vast world you get to travel and explore.

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Since devil fruit that gives your character unique powers is the cornerstone of the game, we naturally thought about creating a tier list. Now, we do have to say that this is purely subjective and that everyone’s list would be different depending on their playstyle, but we still wanted to weigh in on the fruit that we thought was currently the most powerful in the game.

Sit tight and read on to see which fruit made it to the top of our list.

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Tier List of the Best Devil Fruit in Blox Fruits

As you know there are more than a few dozen fruits in Blox Fruits. We have placed them in different tears and arranged those tiers from strongest to weakest. Now, we know that some of you won’t agree with us but this list that you see below is the result of our experience and what we’ve seen other players use.

S Tier Fruits

  • Dough
  • Dragon
  • Venom
  • Ice
  • Buddha
  • Shadow
  • Cow
  • Rumble
  • Portal

A Tier Fruits

  • Leopard
  • RIP
  • Light
  • Magma
  • Venom
  • Spirit
  • Phoenix
  • Blizzard

B Tier Fruits

  • Love
  • Flame
  • Spider
  • Sand
  • Dark
  • Rubber
  • Quake

C Tier Fruits

  • Gravity
  • Spike
  • Bomb
  • Paw

D Tier Fruits

  • Kilo
  • Revive
  • Smoke
  • Control

F Tier Fruits

  • Falcon
  • Diamond
  • Barrier

Most Popular Fruit in Blox Fruits

Now that you’ve seen the tier list we thought we give you a short overview of the most popular fruit in Blox Fruits and why that’s so.

Dough fruit is at the same time the most loved and the most hated fruit in the game, but we can’t deny the immense power that it brings. People love to use this Elemental fruit because its moves are easily spammable, with pretty strong combos. Aaaand that’s the reason why it’s also hated so much because the feeling many players get is that there are too many Dough fruit spammers out there that can easily kill their opponents just due to the fruit’s own power. Whatever the case may be Dough is one of the most powerful fruit out there.

Next, Dragon fruit has become one of the most popular Beast-type fruits out there. It has pretty powerful moves and its damage gets increased when you transform into a mighty dragon. Even though the dragon model is one of the biggest ones in the game and other players now have an easier target to hit, it’s still worth using it because the damage you receive gets drastically reduced as well. You become some sort of a tank that, if used properly, can wreak havoc on the other players (including Dough spammers).

Lastly, we would like to mention the Kilo fruit. This fruit is popular due to it being probably the most hated fruit in the game. It’s quite common and easy to get but the reason people dislike it is that you will often get it as a random drop from Blox Fruit Gacha NPC. Since it’s very common you can’t even trade it. So even though it’s not the most loved or the most used, it is pretty popular as we would say that most players know about it.


We hope you found our tier list helpful for your Blox Fruits adventures. If you are a loyal fan of this fighting game see our guides explaining How Much Does Dough Cost in Blox Fruits? and How to level up fast in Blox Fruits: Blox Fruits level guide. You can go on Facebook and give Gamer Journalist a follow so you don’t miss any important news from the gaming industry.

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Matthew Wilson

Matthew Wilson is currently the Managing Editor for Gamer Journalist. He's previously served as Managing Editor for the Lifestyle brand Outsider. Matthew has also worked for USA TODAY, Business Insider, Esquire, and Psychology Today. In his free time, he loves to travel and to play video games, two passions that fuel his work.

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