Are you on the hunt for Terror Eyes in Blox Fruits? Keep reading! Update 20 is finally here and has avid Roblox players battling the plethora of new challenges at sea — of course, these are not without handsome rewards, though!
That brings us to the question: how can you get Terror Eyes in Blox Fruits? We're glad you asked, as we have the answers to that and more. This guide will break down everything about this elusive material, including what they are used for. Let's dive in!
How To Get Terror Eyes In Blox Fruits?
To get Terror Eyes in Blox Fruits, you must beat the Terror Shark (Level 2000 Raid Boss). This Sea Beast will spawn around your boat in Rough Seas between Water Danger Levels 2 and 6.
You may have to beat the Terror Shark multiple times in Blox Fruits before you get your first drop, as it is not a guaranteed item drop. The secret? Be patient. While it might be a hassle battling this Sea Beast many times, you can get other drops for your efforts.
Some drops from the Terror Shark in Blox Fruits include the Mutant Tooth and the Shark Anchor. Be warned, though: when farming the Terror Eyes, you may encounter a double spawn! This can sometimes result in you getting permanently stunned until death!
Note: The Terror Eyes have a random drop chance of 26% in Blox Fruits.
How To Use The Terror Eyes In Blox Fruits?
The Terror Eyes is a Legendary rarity crafting material that can be used to make extremely useful items — this includes the Terror Jaw and the Monster Magnet.
- Terror Jaw: grants 10% more damage on Sword attacks, 10% cooldown reduction on any attack, 20% defense against Sea Events, 200 Energy, and 200 Health.
- Monster Magnet: Spawns the Anchor Terror Shark, which you must slay to unlock the Shark Anchor in Blox Fruits. You can learn more about this weapon in our dedicated guide.
That concludes our guide on how to get Terror Eyes in Blox Fruits update 20! But why stop there? Check out these other cool guides: Sanguine Art | Frozen Dimension | Harpoon | Mammoth Fruit | Pain Fruit | Monster Magnet | Hasan | Ectoplasm