How To Get Void Stone In Fruit Seas

Check out our guide on obtaining the rare Void Stone for upgrading to the Dark Blade (Yoru) V2 in Fruit Seas!
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At first glance, getting Void Stones in Fruit Seas might seem easy, but it’s actually really hard. You have to go through a whole process, and it’s incredibly rare to come out with this. Below, we’ll show you what to do.

If you need some freebies, you should consider heading to our Fruit Seas codes page, which contains all of the free items and boosts in the game. Also, check out our guide on getting the Clima Tact Quest Item in Fruit Seas!

Where Do You Find Void Stones In Fruit Seas?

To obtain the Void Stone required to upgrade your Dark Blade into the powerful Yoru V2, you need to venture to Dracula’s Island and face Dracula himself. This daunting task requires a minimum level of 1150. Defeating Dracula rewards you with a very rare 0.5% chance of obtaining the coveted Void Stone. Alternatively, there is a 3% chance of acquiring Dracula’s Cape, a legendary accessory. Persistence and skill are essential as you strive to secure the elusive Void Stone through multiple attempts.

Fruit Seas Dracula
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Is Getting the Void Stone Worth It?

We would say it’s not really worth it because of how long you’ll probably spend trying to get the void stone. It’s too much work, and you can beat Dracula hundreds of times without getting it.

You only need to use your void stone to upgrade your Dark Blade into the Yoru V2 weapon. However, with that 0.5 percent chance of it dropping, it’s a big task. We’ve got a full guide here if you’re interested.

Jorge A. Aguilar

Jorge A. Aguilar

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