Karambit Marble Fade: Fire and Ice Seed Patterns

September 28th, 2023
Karambit Marble Fade: Fire and Ice Seed Patterns
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The Karambit knife is one of the most popular knives in Valve’s competitive shooter Counter-Strike 2. For the uninitiated, the Karambit is a melee weapon in CS2 that is shaped like a curved blade and resembles a tiger’s claw. It has become a fan favorite among CS2 players due to its unique design and slick animations. It is a cosmetic item that players can use to replace their default knife.

While the Karambit doesn’t offer players any gameplay advantages, it does add a stylish and intimidating look to a player’s inventory. It also offers multiple unique animations when players pull it out, inspect it, or use it to attack other players, making it a popular choice among players who want to stand out from the crowd.

Due to the widespread popularity of the Karambit knife in CS2, it’s also one of the costliest cosmetic items in the game. Karambit skins are also highly sought-after within the game’s community, which further adds to its value.

The Marble Fade is one of the finest Karambit skins that you can add to your inventory in CS2. However, there’s one Marble Fade pattern in particular that is not only extremely rare, but also considered to be incredibly valuable in the CS2 community - the ‘Fire & Ice’.

Karambit Marble Fade Fire & Ice Pattern Explained

Usually, the Karambit Marble Fade features a unique mix of three colors - red, blue, and yellow - on both its playside and backside. The percentage of each of these colors on the skin varies based on the skin’s pattern index. For instance, some patterns may have a large portion of red, while some may have a larger portion of blue. Generally speaking, patterns that are blue-dominant are pricier than their red-dominant counterparts.

The ‘Fire & Ice’ Karambits are Marble Fade patterns that are entirely (or almost entirely) covered in red and blue, without any yellow inclusions. There are also several ‘Fake Fire & Ice’ patterns that are predominantly covered in red and blue but have noticeable amounts of yellow on their tip.

What makes these Fire & Ice patterns so coveted is their rarity. The chances of obtaining this pattern from a case are incredibly low, which has caused their value to skyrocket. It’s not uncommon for CS2 players and skin collectors to spend thousands of dollars in real money to acquire one of these skins.

Karambit Fire & Ice Seed Patterns: Ranked

To make it easier for our readers to check out the Fire & Ice Karambits in CS2, we have created a table including all the popular Karambit Fire & Ice pattern seeds in the game. We have also ranked these Karambits based on their rarity and the amount of red color in them. For instance, the ‘1st Max’ Karambit has the maximum amount of red color in it, followed by ‘2nd Max’, and so on.

Without further ado, let’s take a look at the table:

Group Pattern Seeds
1st Max 412
2nd Max 16, 146, 241, 359, 393, 541, 602, 649, 688, 701
3rd Max 152, 281, 292, 344, 628, 673, 743, 777, 792, 994
4th Max 48, 126, 129, 332, 780, 787, 874, 908, 918, 923
5th Max 182, 204, 252, 457, 522, 578, 652, 660, 685, 705, 736, 832, 988
6th Max 112, 230, 340, 356, 444, 452, 471, 607, 621, 631, 761, 773, 873, 876, 982
7th Max 8, 14, 32, 58, 108, 213, 233, 243, 274, 405, 454, 614, 653, 683, 728, 732, 770, 795, 803, 826, 867, 949
8th Max 5, 178, 188, 202, 337, 378, 406, 461, 539, 696, 702, 854, 966, 971
9th Max 68, 121, 149, 165, 171, 206, 287, 370, 493, 499, 516, 637, 655, 656, 672, 706, 766, 817, 922, 959, 997
10th Max 28, 156, 177, 238, 402, 545, 546, 553, 559, 589, 591, 725, 764, 791, 810, 844, 858, 868, 972, 977
Max Fake 9, 27, 90, 110, 125, 183, 195, 203, 232, 254, 329, 351, 372, 397, 404, 441, 448, 459, 473, 483, 537, 561, 590, 626, 632, 647, 710, 727, 753, 756, 785, 805, 809, 818, 869, 909, 930, 941, 962, 976, 980, 989
FFI 60, 62, 71, 98, 148, 170, 196, 216, 222, 234, 266, 304, 307, 309, 315, 321, 328, 333, 364, 368, 400, 411, 413, 415, 438, 445, 463, 485, 489, 496, 506, 535, 570, 582, 593, 605, 630, 663, 667, 670, 674, 691, 717, 723, 746, 794, 822, 845, 846, 931, 948, 958

Conclusion

This concludes our rankings of all the Fire & Ice Karambit Marble Fade patterns in CS2. If you’re looking to get a Fire & Ice Karambit for yourself, you can do so by either opening cases, buying them directly off a market, or trading with other players.

Currently, the Marble Fade Karambit is available in 3 cases including the Chroma, Chroma 2, and the Chroma 3 cases. You can check them out here.

★ Karambit | Marble Fade (Factory New)
★ Karambit | Marble Fade (Factory New)
Starting at
$1,283.33

Please be aware that the chances of getting a Marble Fade Karambit by opening one of the above-mentioned cases are exceedingly slim. Moreover, even if you do manage to obtain one, getting a Fire & Ice pattern that you find appealing could potentially take hundreds of thousands of tries.

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