Ice Storm

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Ice Storm
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Appears in: Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door and Super Paper Mario
Made by: Zess T.
Damage dealt: 3

An Ice Storm is an item found in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. It can be purchased at Pungent's Shop and Keelhaul Key for fifteen coins and Fahr Outpost for six coins. The item produces a cold storm that attacks all enemies. An Ice Storm deals three damage to all enemies (unless the enemy is ice based), and may possibly freeze them. If used against fire based enemies, it deals an extra damage point and freezes them more likely. If used against ice based enemies, the enemies will gain HP. Ice Storm can also be cooked by mixing a Fire Flower and a Point Swap.

In Super Paper Mario, this item does much more damage to enemies depending on how much the bar is filled from shaking the Wii Remote. It is twice as powerful as a Fire Burst, dealing two damage for every segment filled. It is sometimes dropped by Frost Piranhas.

Recipes[edit]

Recipe Result of Cooked Item Game that Recipe is in
Ice Storm + Honey Syrup Icicle Pop Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
Ice Storm + Golden Leaf Snow Bunny
Ice Storm + Maple Syrup Zess Frappe
Ice Storm + Jammin' Jelly Zess Frappe
Ice Storm Snow Cone Super Paper Mario
Ice Storm + Turtley Leaf Snow Bunny
Ice Storm + Shroom Shake Space Food

Item Rates[edit]

Item Rates in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
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Ice Storm
Roll over Rate types for descriptions, and dotted-lined rates to show percentages out of 100.
Enemies Hold Rate Drop Rate
Hyper Goomba, Hyper Spiky Goomba, Hyper Paragoomba, Dry Bones, Bandit, Badge Bandit, Green Fuzzy, Flower Fuzzy, Swoopula, Swampire, Bob-omb, Dull Bones (Dead Bones[note 1]) 5/200 5/300
Dark Koopa 10/200 10/300
Ice Puff, Lakitu (Spike Storm[note 1]) 15/200 10/300
  1. ^ a b Glitz Pit enemies do not drop items, but item drop rates are present in the game's coding.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Spanish Tormenta de Hielo literal translation
French Roc Glace Icy Rock
German Eishauch Icy Breeze
Italian Gelatina Jelly, but also a pun on gelo (frost)