Mizzter Blizzard

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Mizzter Blizzard
Mizzter Blizzard
Species Mr. Blizzard
First appearance Paper Mario: Sticker Star (2012)
“I was disappearing...From ice to fog...Returning to the sky...I just wanted a body that wouldn't melt...”
Mizzter Blizzard, Paper Mario: Sticker Star

Mizzter Blizzard is a Mr. Blizzard that acts as the boss of World 4 in Paper Mario: Sticker Star, as the only member of that species to appear in the game. He takes on the form of the Bowser Snow Statue before revealing his true self. He is fought in Bowser's Snow Fort and wears the blue Royal Sticker.

History[edit]

Mizzter Blizzard's backstory

Mizzter Blizzard was an ordinary Mr. Blizzard who was melting due to spring coming. Mizzter Blizzard wished upon the Sticker Star for a body that wouldn't melt. When Bowser touched the Sticker Star and split it up, the blue Royal Sticker ended up atop Mizzter Blizzard's now-melted body. Due to the power of the sticker, Mizzter Blizzard was revived and gained a new, never-melting body as the form of the Bowser Snow Statue.

At the end of the battle, Mizzter Blizzard apologizes to Mario for the trouble and chaos he has caused and hopes to be rebuilt again the next time snow falls so they could meet on more peaceful terms. The Snow Statue form is the largest boss of the game, even larger than Bowser's Giant form.

Battle[edit]

The Bowser Snow Statue
The Bowser Snow Statue without its ice

Mizzter Blizzard starts off the battle as the Bowser Snow Statue, which towers over Mario. As the Snow Statue, Mizzter Blizzard can either stomp on Mario or attempt to freeze him with an icy breath. Every time Mizzter Blizzard loses 100 HP, the Snow Statue breaks down and a smaller is revealed, in a similar fashion to a Matryoshka doll. Each of the smaller Bowser Statue forms are weaker than the last, but their ice breath can still freeze Mario. If Mario uses an ice-based attack, it will heal him. If fire-based stickers are used, the damage dealt to Mizzter Blizzard will increase. Certain Thing Stickers may cause the game to crash when used against this boss, such as the Bowling Ball.

When the third Bowser Snow Statue is destroyed, Mizzter Blizzard reveals his true form. Mizzter Blizzard's only attack in this form is tossing a snowball at Mario.

Stats[edit]

Paper Mario: Sticker Star Enemy
Bowser Snow Statue (1)
Bowsersnowstatue.png Max HP 100 Location(s) Bowser's Snow Fort
Attack 15 Moves Stomp (15), Ice Breath (10)
Defense Quarters all damage Stickers N/A
Paper Mario: Sticker Star Enemy
Bowser Snow Statue (2)
Bowsersnowstatue.png Max HP 100 Location(s) Bowser's Snow Fort
Attack 10 Moves Stomp (10), Ice Breath (10)
Defense Quarters all damage Stickers N/A
Paper Mario: Sticker Star Enemy
Bowser Snow Statue (3)
Bowsersnowstatue.png Max HP 100 Location(s) Bowser's Snow Fort
Attack 5 Moves Stomp (5), Ice Breath (10)
Defense Quarters all damage Stickers N/A
Paper Mario: Sticker Star Enemy
Mizzter Blizzard
Mizzter Blizzard Max HP 100 Location(s) Bowser's Snow Fort
Attack 10 Moves Snowball Throw (10)
Defense Quarters all damage Stickers N/A

Names in other languages[edit]

Mizzter Blizzard[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ボススローマン
Bosu Surōman
Boss Mr. Blizzard
Chinese (Simplified) 雪球人头头
Xuěqiúrén Tóutou
Mr. Blizzard Boss
Chinese (Traditional) 雪球人老大
Xuěqiúrén Lǎodà
Mr. Blizzard Boss
French Môssieur Blizzard Mister Blizzard (Môssieur being a deformation of "Monsieur", that is used negatively to describe pretentious people).
German Meister Schneeman Master Snowman
Italian Mastro Bufera Master Blizzard
Spanish (NOA) Señor Frido Mister Frido (Frido is a portmanteau of 'frío' (cold) and 'Fredo', a spanish name)
Spanish (NOE) Fulgurufrido Fulgurous Frido (Frido is a portmanteau of 'frío' (cold) and 'Fredo', a spanish name)

Bowser Snow Statue[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese クッパせつぞう
Kuppa Setsuzō
Bowser Snow Statue
Chinese (Simplified) 酷霸王雪雕
Kùbàwáng Xuědiāo
Bowser Snow Statue
Chinese (Traditional) 庫巴雪雕
Kùbā Xuědiāo
Bowser Snow Statue
French Bowser de Neige Snow Bowser
German Bowser-Schneefigur Bowser Snow Figure
Italian Bowser di neve Snow Bowser
Spanish Bowser de hielo Ice Bowser

Trivia[edit]

  • Mizzter Blizzard's poem is different in the British English version; each line rhymes with "snow" instead of "melt".
  • The Bowser Snow Statue is similar to the giant snow sculptures of him in the Super Mario Galaxy 2 mission Bowser on Ice. Some languages, such as Japanese, even give them the same name.