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Roblox Blox Fruits Tier List

There are definitely some fruits that are better than others.
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One of the governing philosophies behind the various Devil Fruit powers of One Piece is that there’s no such thing as a useless power. You wouldn’t think being made of rubber would be that helpful, for instance, but it’s Luffy’s unparalleled creativity that makes it the combat powerhouse it is. Even so, in a purely combat-focused situation, there are definitely some fruits that are better than others, and this is true for Blox Fruits as well. Here’s the tier list for Blox Fruits in Roblox.

Roblox Blox Fruits Tier List

As a reminder, fruits are broken up into three categories: Natural fruits, which bestow general supernatural abilities, Elemental fruits, which transform the user into solid elements, and Beast fruits, which allow the user to transform into various beasts and creatures.

We’ll be ranking every fruit in the game on a scale of S to E, S being the best, most powerful fruits, and E being the worst and most unhelpful. Like I said, no useless abilities, but some aren’t quite as… practical, let’s say.

S Tier

  • Bird: Phoenix (Beast)
  • Venom (Natural)
  • Dough (Natural)
  • Human: Buddha (Beast)
  • Dark (Elemental)
  • Dragon (Beast)
  • Shadow (Natural)
  • Light (Elemental)
  • Quake (Natural)
  • Soul (Natural)

A Tier

  • Control (Natural)
  • Flame (Elemental)
  • Gravity (Natural)
  • Ice (Elemental)
  • Paw (Natural)
  • Magma (Elemental)
  • Love (Natural)
  • Door (Natural)
  • Rumble (Elemental)

B Tier

  • Rubber (Natural)
  • Barrier (Natural)
  • Revive (Natural)
  • String (Natural)
  • Diamond (Natural)
  • Bird: Falcon (Beast)

C Tier

  • Chop (Natural)
  • Sand (Elemental)

D Tier

  • Spin (Natural)
  • Spring (Natural)
  • Kilo (Natural)
  • Smoke (Elemental)

E Tier

  • Bomb (Natural)
  • Spike (Natural)

Remember, fruit users lose their ability to swim. If you eat a fruit, you’ll take massive damage whenever you’re submerged in water. If you find this too inconvenient or are otherwise saddled with a power you end up not liking, you can visit the Devil Fruit Remover in the Prison to get rid of the power and its penalty. That’s not how it’s supposed to work in One Piece, but we’ll let them have it for the sake of gameplay convenience.

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