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22nd Jun '16 12:12:22 PM johnsmithxxi
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* ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'': Happens to the [[ItMakesSenseInContext Giant Wooly Walrus]] at the end of "Cold Ducks".
30th Apr '16 3:39:44 PM Trevorg2000
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* Cirno of ''VideoGame/Touhou'' [[MemeticMutation infamy]] has the power to manipulate cold. Naturally, this mostly translates into summoning icicles and other ice bolts and shooting them at enemies. In one fighting game spinoff she is even able to create an ice block bigger than herself to crush the enemy with, in the space of less than a second!

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* Cirno of ''VideoGame/Touhou'' ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' [[MemeticMutation infamy]] has the power to manipulate cold. Naturally, this mostly translates into summoning icicles and other ice bolts and shooting them at enemies. In one fighting game spinoff she is even able to create an ice block bigger than herself to crush the enemy with, in the space of less than a second!
30th Apr '16 3:34:55 PM Trevorg2000
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* Cirno of ''TouhouProject'' [[MemeticMutation infamy]] has the power to manipulate cold. Naturally, this mostly translates into summoning icicles and other ice bolts and shooting them at enemies. In one fighting game spinoff she is even able to create an ice block bigger than herself to crush the enemy with, in the space of less than a second!

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* Cirno of ''TouhouProject'' ''VideoGame/Touhou'' [[MemeticMutation infamy]] has the power to manipulate cold. Naturally, this mostly translates into summoning icicles and other ice bolts and shooting them at enemies. In one fighting game spinoff she is even able to create an ice block bigger than herself to crush the enemy with, in the space of less than a second!
16th Dec '15 10:56:14 AM eroock
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16th Dec '15 10:55:58 AM eroock
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9th Nov '15 10:00:13 AM Seanhawk23
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* Invoked with one of the effects Gregory Wilson uses as an application for Ellusionist's "Pure Smoke" rig; you essentially drip water into your hand and it turns into an ice cube, complete with fog.
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2nd Sep '15 4:28:29 PM blkwhtrbbt
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This may also apply to characters who have fallen into cold water and come out in a block of ice; if the water isn't cold enough to have frozen already, then, once again, where does the ice come from? Note also that the block of ice in question has the strange tendency to come out in the shape of a perfect cuboid.

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This may also apply to characters who have fallen into cold water and come out in a block of ice; if the water isn't cold enough to have frozen already, then, once again, where does the ice come from? from?[[note]]This trick actually DOES work with ''extremely'' pure water. [[http://phys.org/news/2011-11-supercool-doesnt-.html proof]]. The reason for this is that extremely pure water actually has a much lower freezing point than regular water. Water needs a contaminant particle to anchor it, give it something to freeze ''on''. Without it, water just won't freeze. Dropping a single particle of dust into a container of very pure, superchilled water will cause a massive chain reaction freezing all the water in the container.[[/note]] Note also that the block of ice in question has the strange tendency to come out in the shape of a perfect cuboid.
26th Jun '15 8:15:51 AM Prfnoff
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* Franchise/SpyroTheDragon's temporary ice-breath power in [[SlippySlideyIceWorld Frozen Alters]] in ''Year Of The Dragon'', causes any enemy ([[VideogameCrueltyPotential or ally, for that matter]]) to become frozen in a block of ice. It was also used in ''Enter the Dragonfly'', and standing on a squarely-frozen dragon was actually required for a couple of puzzles.

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* Franchise/SpyroTheDragon's temporary ice-breath power in [[SlippySlideyIceWorld Frozen Alters]] in ''Year Of The Dragon'', ''VideoGame/SpyroYearOfTheDragon'', causes any enemy ([[VideogameCrueltyPotential or ally, for that matter]]) to become frozen in a block of ice. It was also used in ''Enter the Dragonfly'', ''VideoGame/SpyroEnterTheDragonfly'', and standing on a squarely-frozen dragon was actually required for a couple of puzzles.



* The ''Snowboard Kids'' franchise has a weapon you can shoot at your opponents to temporarily encase them in ice, bringing them to a complete stop for the moment.

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* The ''Snowboard Kids'' ''VideoGame/SnowboardKids'' franchise has a weapon you can shoot at your opponents to temporarily encase them in ice, bringing them to a complete stop for the moment.
2nd Jun '15 10:59:13 PM ZootyCutie94
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* The ''WesternAnimation/{{Mixels}}'' episode "Snow Half-Pipe" plays with the idea. After Flain and Krader fall into the frozen water of the ice half-pipe, they float up entirely encased in ice, shown by their bodies colored entirely blue with stiff expressions. No extra ice cubes, though [[RuleOfFunny Flain's fire is also frozen as well.]]
20th May '15 8:06:35 PM ShinyTsukkomi
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* ''JohnnyBravo'' winds up living with an Eskimo family in "Schnook of the North". He meets their next-door neighbor and flirts with her. She then takes a bucket of water, throws it on him, and instantly turns him into an ice cube.
* In ''PantryPanic'', WoodyWoodpecker ignores warnings of an early winter storm and goes swimming in a pond - the storm blows in mid-dive and he's encased in a rectangular block of ice, breaking out of it when it hits the now-frozen pond.

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* ''JohnnyBravo'' ''WesternAnimation/JohnnyBravo'' winds up living with an Eskimo family in "Schnook of the North". He meets their next-door neighbor and flirts with her. She then takes a bucket of water, throws it on him, and instantly turns him into an ice cube.
* In ''PantryPanic'', ''WesternAnimation/PantryPanic'', WoodyWoodpecker ignores warnings of an early winter storm and goes swimming in a pond - the storm blows in mid-dive and he's encased in a rectangular block of ice, breaking out of it when it hits the now-frozen pond.
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