Blox Fruits: How to Awaken Fruits

If you want to awaken your fruits in Blox Fruits, then follow our guide for all the steps.

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Did you know that some fruits in Roblox: Blox Fruits can be awakened up to five times? Each time you awaken a special fruit, you get a new move, for a total of five new moves per fruit. But you need to be prepared to complete a number of raids for this, so follow our guide on how to awaken fruits in Blox Fruits for all the steps.

How to Awaken Fruits in Blox Fruits

Complete the Raids

Not all fruits can be awakened in Blox Fruits, but only those that have thematic raids attached to them. Here’s a complete list of all the fruits that you can awaken during their respective raids:

  • Flame
  • Ice
  • Sand
  • Dark
  • Light
  • Magma
  • Quake
  • Buddha
  • Spider
  • Rumble

For example, if you want to awaken the Flame fruit, you need to complete the Flame raid with that fruit equipped. If you complete it once, you can awaken one of its five moves. So to awaken all five moves, you need to complete the given raid five times for each of the five moves. But I must warn you that the Quake fruit has only four moves, so you’ll need to complete the Quake raid only four times for a complete awakening. All other fruits have five awakened moves within them.

Speak to King Wenlocktoad

If you win the raid, you’ll earn 1,000 Fragments, and you’ll teleport automatically to King Wenlocktoad’s house. You can speak to him and pay the fragments to awaken one of the five moves of your choice. This process should be repeated each time you wish to awaken a fruit.

If you want to revert back to the unawakened form, then speak to the Awakening Expert, who lives under The Cafe in the Second Sea. This way, you can control which moves you want to awaken and which ones you don’t.

That’s all you need to know on how to awaken fruits in Blox Fruits. Stay tuned for more Roblox tips and tricks. In the meantime, head over to our guides hub for more.

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Serhii Patskan

Sergey has been a freelancer in the video games industry for more than five years, writing for various publications around the world. His favorite games are MtG, Dark Souls, Diablo, and Divinity: Original Sin.