Although it may seem that the Fruits are the fighting tool of choice, Blox Fruits also has a range of other weaponry to take out your foes. Fighting styles are popular and are certainly no less useful than the titular fruits. Here are the best ones in the game.
The best fighting styles in Blox Fruits, ranked
Below are five of the best fighting styles available in Blox Fruits right now. These rankings were made not only considering the damage but also what each move set provides the user with. I’ve also taken lots of community opinions and experiences into account, and the list seems pretty clear-cut.
Superhuman used to be on the pedestal as one of the greatest in the game, although it’s since fallen off due to the addition of more powerful ones. This does not mean it doesn’t hold up, however, and Superhuman is still used by some in PvP battles. It does require a lot of effort to get, though, and is mostly only used as a stepping stone to Godhuman.
To get the Superhuman fighting style, you need at least 300 Mastery in Dark Step, Electric Water, Water Kung Fu, and Dragon Breath, and 3,000,000 money. It can be learned from the Martial Arts Master in the Second Sea on Snow Mountain (although he is also on the Castle on the Sea in the Third Sea).
Superhuman does offer some great moves. Out of the three moves the fighting style provides, two of them involve dashing to the target. Although this does mean that distance is less of an issue, and you can chase opponents easily, it does reduce the versatility of the fighting style. However, the attacks are powerful and the final move is a huge AoE attack, adding diversity to the style’s roster.
The Electric Claw is certainly a worthy fighting style for highly competitive players. Certainly a quick fighting style, Electric Claw will allow you to engage in intense combat with a stunning ability. It isn’t difficult to accomplish its quest, either, making it attractive to gain.
Electric Claw requires 3,000,000 money and 5,000 fragments, so no extra materials or prerequisites this time. It can be learned from the Previous Hero in the Third Sea, on the Floating Turtle Island.
Once equipped, this fighting style will give you three intense moves for you to master. They each include movement, so mobility and rapid attacks are what you’re in store for. Also, one of the abilities can stun NPCs and Bosses if held, making it fantastic for unleashing combos to whittle down enemy health. It isn’t the greatest, but it’s a close contender.
With ranged and AoE attacks, Dragon Talon is a powerful and attractive fighting style. It does have a hefty prerequisite, but it also serves as an upgrade to another fighting style, so it’s expected. There is also a surprising amount of maneuverability in this fighting style, making it adaptive.
To get Dragon Talon, you’ll need at least 400 Mastery with Dragon Breath, 3,000,000 money, 5,000 fragments, and you must have given the Fire Essence to Uzoth. It can be learned from Uzoth in the Haunted Castle, in the Third Sea.
Owning this fighting style will allow you to perform three pretty powerful moves, each with the ability to catch moving and distant enemies. The Ember Annihilation attack will release a projectile that follows the mouse cursor, so you can hone in on your target. Also, the AoE attack has an incredible range, so no one will be slipping from your grip. Or should I say, your talons.
Godhuman is an absolute beast of a build and is certainly the hardest to get. If you’re able to get your hands on this fighting style, you’ll be able to abuse fantastic combos that your opponents won’t be able to escape from.
You’ll have your work cut out for you trying to get this fighting style, as it requires 20 Magma Ore, 20 Fish Tails, 10 Mystic Droplets, 10 Dragon Scales, 5,000,000 money, 5,000 fragments, and 400 mastery on every other fighting style aside from Combat and Sanguine Art. It can be learned from the Ancient Monk in the Third Sea, on Floating Turtle Island.
Those who have Godhuman will be able to dish out heavily damaging moves that can be tapped or held for different effects. This versatility allows players to respond to enemy actions quickly. The great AoE attacks and range also make it so other players will struggle to escape your combos when you get them going.
Sanguine Art is the newest fighting style to hit Blox Fruits. It’s already made its way to the top spot, although you’ll need to defeat the incredible Leviathan Raid Boss numerous times to get it. Once you’ve acquired the fighting style, however, you’ll be rewarded with incredibly powerful AoE attacks with a large radius.
Sanguine Art is very expensive, requiring one Leviathan’s Heart, 20 Demonic Wisps, 20 Vampire Fangs, 2 Dark Fragments, 5,000,000 money, and 5,000 fragments. It can be learned from Shafi on Tiki Outpost in the Third Sea.
Not only do the animations look great here, but the attacks themselves are incredibly damaging and target more than one player. This means that you don’t have to be particularly accurate, and you can hit enemy players before they’re in your face. Also, one of the attacks heals you by 20%, which is an incredible advantage. Players who have mastered both Godhuman and Sanguine Art have said that this fighting style comes out on top, as it certainly does put more on the table for PvP encounters.
Sanguine Art is certainly the best fighting style in the game.
There you have it, the five best fighting styles in Blox Fruits. Which will you prefer?