• Robux Cost: ⏣2,425
  • Money Cost: $2,900,000
  • Value: $6,000,000
  • Perm Value: $180,000,000

Shadow Stats & Details:

Shadow is a Natural-type Fruit. It costs $2,900,000 or ⏣2,425 from the Blox Fruit Dealer, and it was added in Update 16. This fruit has a 1.3% chance to be in each stock, and a 1.1% chance to spawn in-game every hour.

General Information:

Shadow is a powerful and versatile Natural-type Blox Fruit with a unique Umbra Meter mechanic that fills up by landing Shadow abilities on targets or automatically during the night. The Umbra Meter can only be drained by using Corvus Torment (V move). Shadow has various abilities such as Somber Rebellion, Shade Nest, Nightmare Leech, Corvus Torment, and Umbrage.


  • Most damaging fruit in the game (as of Update 17 Part 3)
  • All moves deal damage
  • Nightmare Leech heals the user by 20% of their max health
  • Can be used as both fruit main and sword main due to combo potential
  • Corvus Torment has a large hitbox at full Umbra Meter
  • Good mobility and range with various moves
  • Umbrage can be used to prevent NPCs from healing
  • Effective in PvP with proper aim and skill
  • Powerful when paired with Yama


  • High mastery requirements
  • Rarely in stock and expensive
  • Umbra Meter starts at zero upon joining a server or respawning
  • Corvus Torment drains all of the user's Umbra Meter
  • Some moves have low range or end-lag
  • Z, X, and C moves are bad for farming
  • Umbrage is slow and short-lived
  • Corvus Torment can be dodged with teleport moves

Overall Review:

Shadow is an incredibly powerful and versatile Blox Fruit with a unique Umbra Meter mechanic, making it one of the most fun mythical fruits to use. It requires skill and aim to use effectively in PvP, but it offers a range of abilities and combo potential that can make it a formidable choice for players.

Additional Info:

Shadow is one of the few fruits that deal damage with its F skill and has a mist-like particle effect on its physical form. It is also the only fruit that gives the user an aura. The Umbra Meter is easier to fill up than Dragon and Venom's Fury Meter, making it an interesting choice for players who enjoy unique gameplay mechanics.