True Piece tier list - Races and fruits

July 12, 2022: As the November update still has yet to arrive, the True Piece tier list has not changed.

Now in full swing, it's time for a complete True Piece tier list to spring up. Follow along with the latest in-game meta, and you'll know exactly which race and fruits to aim for with the game's rerolls and newest True Piece codes for this hit Roblox game.

Though they're all fine in their own way, mixing the right race with the right Devil Fruit can make all the difference in battle. Skill is always going to be the deciding factor, but the right combination can patch any holes in your character or strategy.

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True Piece - All races

The races in True Piece are fairly balanced, so we haven't put them in a tier list as such. The best thing to do is check out what each is best at and pick decided on the type of playstyle you want to employ.

As you'd expect, Fishmen work well in water. They move more quickly through the seas and smaller bodies of water. You can also use exclusive fishman karate skills in combat.
Humans are fairly balanced. Their movement speed is average across the board, but they do gain access to exclusive Black Leg skills
On top of having access to Race Dial skills, Skypieans can have an additional Geppo charge.
Beyond exclusive Cyborg skills, this race enjoys additional base HP. You probably won't notice it later in the game, but they get a good head start. They're a safe choice for newcomers.

True Piece Fruit tier List - All fruits

There are plenty of Devil Fruit in True Piece, but some are clearly better than others, check out our tier list for the lowdown.

Phoenix, Mochi, Rubber, Dark
Ice, Lightning, Magma, Snow, Tremor, Fire, Gravity, Light, Spinosaur
String, Barrier, Operation, Sand, Smoke
Bomb, Chio

There are plenty of Devil Fruit in True Piece, but some are clearly better than others, check out our tier list for the lowdown.

How do I change my True Piece race?

To change your race in True Piece, follow these instructions:

  • Access the 'Edit' screen from the main menu
  • Tap or click the 'Race' button in the bottom-left to spin for a new race
  • Spin again if you don't get the race you want

Like so many other anime-inspired Roblox combat games out there, the way to change your True Piece race is a simple one. You spin.

You can spin for a new True Piece race from the main menu.
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By earning spins in-game, buying them with Robux, or using the latest True Piece codes, you can take a chance on rolling for a new race. There's every possibility you'll land on the three you don't want over and over again, but it can't be helped.

Once you have True Piece spins to use, you'll want to exit back to the main menu. You can do this by simply quitting the game and launching it back up again. From here, go onto the 'Edit' screen, and you should see a way to spin for a new race. Hit that button and see what you get.

When you're happy with the result, consider keeping hold of any extra spins you may have. They'll become harder and harder to earn for free, and you never know when a game-breaking new race may come along.

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