Flame is a rare Epic fruit in the game, alongside Light, Magma, Paw, and String.

Reaching level 100 with this fruit earns the title “Flame Emperor.” Unlike titles linked to specific genders like Dragon, Dough, Leopard, and Nika, Flame doesn’t have such associations.

This fruit has been available since the game’s launch.



Move 1 (Requirement: LV. 1)           Fire Fist The user powers up their left hand and fires a flaming punch at the opponent. This attack can break blocks.
Move 2 (Requirement: LV. 8)           Fire Gun              The user charges up energy with both hands and shoots small fireballs from their palms. They can shoot more fireballs by holding the move. This attack can be blocked.
Move 3 (Requirement: LV. 14)         Pillar User surrounds themself in fire, creating a large swirling pillar. This move is blockable.
Move 4 (Requirement: LV. 28)         Beam    The user fires a massive beam of fire that can be charged to make it bigger and stronger. This attack breaks through blocks.
Move 5 (Requirement: LV. 70)         Enkai     User charges up a gigantic fire ball, and throws it towards the cursor. This move bypasses block.   
Move 6 (Requirement: LV. 36)         Flight     User starts using fire to fly with the bottom of their torso.   


Pros of the Flame in Fruit Battle Ground:

  • Speed flight is fast now due to the recent buffs (Update 11)
  • Leaves a burn effect on enemies after attacks, dealing damage per second.
  • Spammable skills.
  • Good Aoe.
  • Easy to use.

Cons of the Flame in Fruit Battle Ground:

  • Beams can leave you standing still for a bit, leaving you vulnerable.
  • Moves can be hard to hit, and require good aiming.
  • Easily burns trees and other things, causing them to fall and making it difficult for to see.


  • Ease of Hit: C (due to being hard to hit)
  • Mobility: A+ (due to a slow flight move)
  • Safety/Protection: C (vulnerability after using beams, and fire pillar)
  • Environmental Impact: A (causing environmental damage and hindering vision)
  • Damage Over Time (DoT): B (burn effect on enemies)
  • AoE: A (good area of effect)
  • Ease of Use: A
  • Overall: A (considering the overall attributes and ease of use)
  • Fun: S-