Subterranean (57, -3 as Hunter)
The Exterior (45)
Industrial Complex (27)
Shaded Citadel (20)
Chimney Canopy (18, +2 as Monk)
Drainage System (15)
Garbage Wastes (7)
Sky Islands (6, +3 as Hunter)
Farm Arrays (2)
|2 to 3 cycles (variations: 2-5, 3-4, 3-5, 3-6)|
Blue Fruit are common, edible objects found across nearly all of the game's regions. Blue Fruit are small, blue, teardrop shaped, and hang from the ceiling on black vines. They are also considered part of the foreground, meaning that they reflect thrown Spears & Rocks, and can be pushed around while on the ground.
Blue Fruit is primarily a food source, filling up 1 food pip (¼ of a food pip as the Hunter and the Artificer) when eaten. Additionally, unlike Batflies, Blue Fruit can be stockpiled, as it doesn't disappear from Shelters between cycles.
Blue Fruit can be thrown into water to attract nearby Jetfish, which can be used to grab them for other usage.
They can also be used to distract Monster Kelp, as they attempt to grab it and drag it into their dens. This makes it safe to cross over the area they stem from for a brief period of time.
- In truth, this "fruit" is the chrysalis of a bug, albeit it resembles a plant. Despite this, it still counts as vegetarian for The Monk passage.
- Blue Fruits are the most common objects that Dropwigs can spawn with (12.5% chance). Since they are usually found hanging from vines, finding one just lying on the ground likely means that a Dropwig is using it as bait.
- The three Blue Fruits found in the first room of Outskirts' tutorial section can only be obtained by either waiting for the room to flood, or performing certain movement. The rightmost one can be obtained with a well-placed roll-pounce, while the other two require the much more difficult and precise crawl-turn vault.
|The Slugcat eating two Blue Fruit|