Blox Fruits Shark Anchor Legendary Sword

If you want to know how to get the Blox Fruits Shark Anchor legendary sword, or what its moveset is, you’ve come to the right place. In this guide, we will give you a detailed explanation of how to get this powerful new weapon and break down its moves. There’s a lot to get into, so let’s waste no more time.

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Blox Fruits Shark Anchor Legendary Sword

How to Get Shark Anchor Blox Fruits Legendary Sword

To get the Shark Anchor Blox Fruits legendary sword, you have to do visit the Shark Hunter NPC in the Tiki Outpost. He can craft the Monster Magnet for you, but first, you need to craft the other two items: the Shark Tooth Necklace and the Terror Jaw. Those items require Shark Teeth (acquired from Sharks), Fool’s Gold (from raiding ships), Terror Eyes and Mutant Teeth (from the Terror Shark Boss). The Monster Magnet also requires these items, plus Electric Wings (from the flying electric piranhas that follow your ship). Once you have the Monster Magnet, sail to a sea with a danger level between 3 and 6, then find and kill a Terror Shark with the Shark Anchor attached to it.

The Shark Anchor is a new weapon added in Update 20. For more info, you can check out our other guides, like How to Get Harpoon and Beast Hunter Location. Or, take a look at the game’s official page.

Blox Fruits Shark Anchor Moveset

Now that we know how to get the legendary Shark Anchor sword in Blox Fruits, we should go through its moveset. After all, that’s the most interesting part of any weapon like this. Let’s get right into it!

  • Typhoon Toss – Your character spins the anchor on a long chain. The anchor catches enemies that it hits, then flings them around. When a thrown enemy hits an obstacle or reaches the maximum distance, a jet of water appears underneath, chucking them up into the air. It’s a lot of fun and can cause absolute mayhem.
  • Armor Breaker – Your character dashes forward and uppercuts the enemy with the anchor, sending them into the air. Any enemy that is in the path of the attack will be strung along, knocked into the air, then slammed back into the ground. It seems to do a lot of damage to big enemies, like Terrorsharks and ships.
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