Ice Puff

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The Thousand-Year Door enemy
Ice Puff
An Ice Puff from Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door.
Location(s) Fahr Outpost, Pit of 100 Trials (Levels 51, 52, 54, 56, 57, 59)
Max HP 9
Attack 4
Defense 0
Moves Slam (4), Freezing Charge (causes Ice Puff to be immune to direct attacks; they will cause 1 counter damage), Frost Attack (5 to Mario and Partner, Frozen, Piercing), Fly to Hover (Moves closer to ground, does not count as turn), Hover to Fly (moves higher in the air, does not count as turn)
Items Dizzy Dial, Dried Shroom (drop only), Fire Flower (drop only), Fright Mask (drop only), Ice Storm, Ruin Powder, Super Shroom
Coins 0 - 4
Log Ruff Puff's chilly brother, it will sometimes freeze you with its cold breath.
Level 25
Exp. points 0
Sleep? 65%
Dizzy? 95%
Confuse? 60%
Tiny? 75%
Burn? 100%
Freeze? 0%
Stop? 65%
Soft? 90%
Fright? 70%
Gale Force? 85%
KO? 95%

That's an Ice Puff. It's a mean snow cloud that appears in cold areas. Max HP is 9, Attack is 4, and Defense is 0. It swoops down and uses cold breath to attack. Trust me, it's NOT refreshing. That cold breath can freeze us, so try to avoid it. Also, if we touch it when it's storing cold energy, we'll get hurt. Isn't that super-weak? They're vulnerable to fire, so let's try that, maybe.

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The Ice Puff is an icy variant of the Ruff Puff that lives near Fahr Outpost during Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. It can be a great hindrance to Mario, as he is rendered vulnerable to many attacks if frozen by the creature. It appears in battles along with Frost Piranhas. These blue clouds of the Ruff Puff family are immune to ice attacks, which heal them instead, and if Mario jumps on an Ice Puff when it is using its freezing charge, it will damage Mario in the same manner as if a Dark Puff was charging. This also takes up its turn and sometimes Ice Puffs can have Ice Storms to instantly freeze Mario if an Ice Puff uses it. Fire attacks are best used against Ice Puffs as they take one more damage per hit.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ブリザード

French Brrr Pfff
The onomatopoeia "brrr" refers to someone cold (as in Baron Brrr); the onomatopoeia "pfff" hints at a sigh or a puff
German Eis-Schnuff
Eis is the German word for "Ice", Schnuff is pun on schnaufen (the German word for "puffing")
Italian Ruffresca
Spanish Puff Helado
Icy Puff