Your fighting style in the game determines how you fight and it provides a unique gaming experience compared to another player having a different fighting style. It’s a way to grind or play PvP and there are 10 Fighting styles available in the game at the time of writing. Here’s our Blox Fruits Fighting Styles tier list that can help players pick their favorite one.
Note that these are our personal opinions and may greatly differ from yours. But if you are just starting out and don’t know which one you should go for, this list will give you an idea.
Blox Fruits Fighting Styles Tier List (May 2022)
As you might already know, the best Fighting Styles will be added in the S tier and the worst ones will be in the D tier. And of course, A is better than B which is better than C. This list includes the styles you can get in the early game as well as end game ones which are more fun and powerful.
|S Tier||Superhuman||Death Step|
|A Tier||Sharkman Karate||Electric Claw||Dragon Talon|
|B Tier||Water Kung Fu||Dragon Breath||Electric|
The reason for ranking Combat in the bottom tier is that it’s the starting style that all players get when they first join. It is the weakest at the point but once you switch to another style, you can’t go back. Yep, there’s no teacher to get the Combat fighting style after you have already changed it. Players can retain it and max out the mastery for fun.
Why Are Superhuman and Death Step in S Tier?
Superhuman is unarguably the best Fighting style in Blox Fruits because of its super high combo potential and good damage. Players can use it for Raids as well as mobility. If you are focused on good damage output, this is the one, but it lacks in aerial combat and is can be bad if you want to grind with it. The process to unlock it is also pretty long.
Death Step has the second highest damage fighting style while Devil Flames is active and it’s great if you prefer to do combos. Players focused on PvP as well as bounty hunting can use this fast-paced fighting style. One of the problems it has is that it’s tough to attack opponents from a distance.
Death Step is an upgraded version of Dark Step, whereas Sharkman Karate is better than Water Kung Fu because it’s much faster. Plus, Sharkman Karate has lower mastery requirements compared to other high level Fighting Styles. The Electric Claw is a level up from Electric which is why we have placed it in its tier. Lastly, the Dragon Talon is an upgrade from Dragon Breath because of its high damage, perfect for PvP.
Electric and Water Kung Fu are good to start off with if you are a beginner because the road to unlocking Superhuman is a long one.
Once you have decided which Fighting Style you wish to get, you can talk to the relevant NPCs at their locations linked below. Keep in mind that your Mastery and Melee stats will play a role in how powerful your Fighting Style is. Your experience with a Fighting style also depends on your personal playstyle and which specific one you are most comfortable using. Every advanced fighting style has its own pros and cons. Try them out and pick the one you are ready to stick to.