Kitsune Fruit in Blox Fruits: What Every Player Must Know

Looking for the most recent information about the Kitsune Fruit in Blox Fruits? We’ve got you covered!

Since the developers shared a teaser of their 2023 roadmap, the Kitsune Fruit became the most valuable fruit in the game, even exceeding the highly expensive Leopard fruit.

Kitsune Fruit in Blox Fruits

If you’re interested in learning everything about this fruit in Roblox Blox Fruits, read on!

We collated all reliable information online to share what we already know about the Kitsune Fruit.

Editor’s Update (May 2024): Some parts of this article have updated according to the game’s recent updates.

What Is Kitsune Fruit in Blox Fruits?

Kitsune blox fruits
Credit: rip_indra on X

Kitsune Fruit is a new beast Blox Fruit released on Update 22. According to legends, Kitsune are foxes with supernatural abilities, such as changing their appearance to trick humans.

These creatures can live for hundreds of years, and they can have as many as nine tails.

Kitsune mythology
Credit: Kayas-Kosmos on DeviantArt

It is also said that the more tails a Kitsune has, the more powerful it becomes.

Given the general description of Kitsune in mythology, it’s no surprise that this fruit is of mythical rarity. If you want to see how it scales to other fruits in the game, be sure to read our updated Blox Fruits Tier List!

rip indra kitsune
A recent X post of rip_indra showcased an image of a transformed Kitsune user.

Did You Know?

yamato one piece

While many players believed that the Kitsune Fruit is based on the devil fruit eaten by Yamato in One Piece, Yamato’s devil fruit is actually known as Inu-Inu no Mi, Model: Okuchi no Makami, which is an ancient Wolf deity in Wano.

catarina devon one piece
Credit: bodskih on DeviantArt

Nevertheless, there is still Kitsune-inspired Zoan devil fruit in One Piece and it is eaten by one of Blackbeard’s Ten Titanic Captains, Catarina Devon.

How to Get Kitsune Fruit in Blox Fruits?

How to Get Kitsune Fruit in Blox Fruits
Credit: rip_indra on X

Like all blox fruits, the Kitsune Fruit can be acquired though various means, such as the following:

  1. Buying one from the Blox Fruits Dealer if it’s on stock
  2. Rolling a random fruit from the Blox Fruit Gacha
  3. Trading

Kitsune Fruit in Blox Fruits: Abilities

Last December 10, the developers behind Blox Fruits posted a YouTube video that shows all of Kitsune Fruit’s abilities.

For the Z we have the Accursed Enchantment, Tails of Burning Agony for the X, Foxfire Disruption for the C, V for the Transformation, and Swift Assault for the F.

Take note that this fruit is quite an overpowered one, as it’s Z and X cover a wide AOE damage and are highly spammable.

What’s even cooler are its passive ability, such as walking on water (bye, Shark race!) and letting one of your allies ride on your back while in Kitsune form.

Here’s everything you need to see about the Kitsune Fruit, as well as other new and upcoming items for the next Blox Fruit update:

Kitsune Fruit Release Date

The Kitsune Fruit in Blox Fruits was released on December 15, Friday 9 AM (Indochina Time) or December 14, Thursday 9 PM, 2023 (Eastern Standard Time).

Ready to Meet the Mythical Blox Fruit Fox?

With the hype surrounding Kitsune, players will surely start stocking up on mythical fruits and even perm Buddha, Leopard, and Dough so they can get their hands on one via trade.

You better do the same thing as well, since Kitsune is even more expensive than Leopard’s current value.

But in case you’re on the hunt for this fruit, we wish you luck!

If you share the same enthusiasm we have about this game, feel free to check more of our Blox Fruits articles here on GameGrinds:

About Celsos

Celsos spends most of his time playing video games like Blox Fruits, Pokemon, Dota 2, and Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. He wants to travel the world someday and complete his collection of The Lord of The Rings merchandise. Apart from being a content mercenary, Celsos also serves as the editor and Blox Fruits guide writer for GameGrinds.

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