All the Secret fighters in Roblox Anime Fighters Simulator

There are 31 secret fighters in Roblox Anime Fighters Simulator at the time of writing. It’s not easy to find them, but our detailed guide will help you with your searches.

With tons of unique fighters available to collect inside of Anime Fighters Simulator, it’s no surprise that there are a few secret ones for players to unlock as well. These hidden characters, deemed secret fighters, are coveted by players across the experience. Here’s how to obtain them.

What are secret fighters?

Secret fighters are the second rarest type of fighter in all of Anime Fighters Simulator, only behind Divine Fighters. These fighters are extremely strong and can often hold their ground against even the most powerful Crafted and Mythical fighters. Because these fighters are so rare and sought after, each world in Anime Fighters Simulator features its own secret fighter that can only be obtained by opening stars within that world.

All Anime Fighter Simulator secret fighters and their locations

A list that details every unlockable secret fighter in this experience, and where they’re from, can be found below:

  • Pinkie (Buu)—Super Island (Dragon Ball Z)
  • Asuku (Nagato)—Ninja Village (Naruto)
  • Tokio (Dio)—Crazy Town (JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure)
  • Dobonito (Doflamingo)—Fruits Island (One Piece)
  • Eagle Eyed (Hawks)—Hero University (My Hero Academia)
  • Big Ben (Bertolt)—Walled City (Attack on Titan)
  • Sun (Yoriichi)—Slayer Army (Demon Slayer)
  • Two Eyed (Eto)—Ghoul Town (Tokyo Ghoul)
  • Far Away (Adult Gon)—Chimera Jungle (Hunter x Hunter)
  • Slicette (Alice Zuberg)—Virtual Castle (Sword Art Online)
  • Eiko (Sōsuke Aizen)—Empty Dimension (Bleach)
  • Sigma Curse (Sukuna)—Cursed High (Jujutsu Kaisen)
  • Emperor Alien (Boros)—XYZ Metropolis (One Punch Man)
  • Dark One (Estarossa)—9 Crimes Island (Seven Deadly Sins)
  • Jane d’ Bateau (Jeanne d’ Arc)—Destiny Island (Ulysses)
  • King of Mages (Julius Novachrono)—Lucky Kingdom (Black Clover)
  • The Answer (The Truth)—Land of Alchemy (Fullmetal Alchemist)
  • Destroyer (Milim Nava)—Slimey Island (That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime)
  • Soar (Shō Kusakabe)—Flame City (Fire Force)
  • Zeus—Divine Colleseum (Record of Ragnarok)
  • Greatest Evil (Zeref)—Kingdom of Four (Fairy Tail)
  • Prodigious Knight (Reinhard Van Astrea)—Icey Wastes (Re:Zero)
  • Control Monster (Makima)—The Underworld (Chainsaw Man)
  • Esper King (Touichirou Suzuki)—Psychic City (Mob Psycho 100)
  • Kama (Dorohedoro)—The Hole (Dorohedoro)
  • Famu (Baryon Mode Naruto)—Ninja City (Boruto: Naruto Next Generations)
  • Betrayer (Keisuke Baji)—Time Travel Tokyo (Tokyo Revengers)
  • Jimmy—Orca Road Prison (JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean)
  • Yuka—World of Games (Yu-Gi-Oh!)
  • Father Killer (Nui Harime)—Fashion Empire (Kill La Kill)
  • Possessed—Spooky Island (???)

Tips for obtaining secret fighters in Roblox Anime Fighters Simulator

Find stars that you can afford

Secret fighters are not unlocked by completing difficult quests or finding developer-added easter eggs; they’re actually unlocked in a much simpler way. Nearly every star inside of Anime Fighters Simulator has a secret fighter hidden inside of it, so they’re technically easy to find. The hard part is unlocking them, however, as secret fighters not only have an exceptionally low pull chance when compared to other fighters, they’re also not even shown on the star’s fighter list.

To put it simply, you typically have a one in 500,000 to one in 1,000,000 chance to pull a secret fighter from a star as a standard, FTP (free-to-play) player. Because of this low chance, it’s important that the star that you’re opening is one that you can afford, as you’ll likely need to open thousands of them before you obtain the fighter that you’re looking for.

Maximize your output

As mentioned above, FTP players will likely need to spend hours opening star after star in order to unlock a secret fighter. There is a way, however, for those willing to spend a hefty amount of Robux to expedite this process and make hunting for rarer fighters, including secrets, much easier. To do this, players can purchase gamepasses, including the ones listed below:

  • VIP
    • Description:
      • 25% off stars
      • Special VIP fighter
      • VIP nametag
    • Price:
      • 399 Robux
  • 2x Yen
    • Description:
      • Earn twice as much Yen
    • Price:
      • 399 Robux
  • Lucky
    • Description:
      • Get increased chances with a permanent +1 luck boost
    • Price:
      • 99 Robux
  • Super Lucky
    • Description:
      • Get a big increase to your chances with a permanent +2 luck boost
    • Price:
      • 699 Robux
  • Ultra Lucky
    • Description:
      • Get a massive increase to your chances with a permanent +3 luck boost
    • Price:
      • 1,999 Robux
  • Fast Open
    • Description:
      • Open stars at twice the normal speed
    • Price:
      • 399 Robux
  • Multi Open
    • Description:
      • Open an extra 2 stars at a time
    • Price:
      • 799 Robux
  • Half Cooldown
    • Description:
      • Half the cooldown on your max opens
    • Price:
      • 399 Robux

There are also purchasable in-game boosts that last for a limited time and can be used to increase luck. These boosts can also be unlocked for free through the use of codes.

Be patient

Above all else, the key to unlocking secret items in any kind of simulator is patience—they’re called secret items for a reason! Don’t burn yourself out opening stars for hours upon hours or multiple days nonstop. Take breaks when you need them and, though it’s hard, try not to get discouraged. These fighters were made to be nearly unobtainable, it’s not just bad luck!


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