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[[caption-width-right:300:"[[BondOneLiner Ice to see you.]]"]]
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%% Note on caption: "Ice to see you" is from The Simpsons, which is admittedly a different medium than Batman, but it is funnier than "Chill", and makes the same pun on ice/nice as the page title.

->''"Nature? Fire? Bah! Both are chaotic and difficult to control. Ice is structured, latticed, light as a feather, massive as a glacier. In ice, there is power!"''
-->-- '''Heidar, Rimewind master''', [[http://www.magiccards.info/10e/en/84.html Flashfreeze,]] ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering''

The power to control ice, and create cold and frost at will. May be used as a trinity with [[PlayingWithFire Fire]] and [[ShockAndAwe Electricity]], hence FireIceLightning. Likely to be used as a contrast to fire -- if the hero prefers fire, his [[TheRival rival]], Archenemy or [[TheLancer Lancer]] will use ice, forming a FireIceDuo. Sometimes the domain of evil or undead entities as EvilIsDeathlyCold. Goes [[IceMagicIsWater hand in hand]] with MakingASplash, and may be involved with [[BlowYouAway wind powers]] via cold air and snowstorms. In ElementalRockPaperScissors with fire, one will usually defeat the other, though which one varies. Ice is unlikely to be any stronger or weaker than other elements though for CompetitiveBalance, and thus HarmlessFreezing will be invoked. If you want to resort to this to kill an otherwise invulnerable entity, you're planning to KillItWithIce.

May be used by BigfootSasquatchAndYeti, {{Snowlems}}, a WinterRoyalLady, a WomanInWhite, a {{Yukionna}}, or even the IceQueen. People with these powers may also have AnIceSuit, a FreezeRay, and IcyBlueEyes, or be subject to ElementalBaggage. See also HumanPopsicle. Frequently leads to LiterallyShatteredLives.

Also called "Cryokinesis." A common and unfortunate side effect of ice powers is [[PungeonMaster using ice metaphors]].
* AnIcePerson/AnimeAndManga
* AnIcePerson/ComicBooks
* AnIcePerson/FanWorks
* [[AnIcePerson/AnimatedFilms Films - Animated]]
* {{AnIcePerson/Literature}}
* AnIcePerson/LiveActionTV
* AnIcePerson/TabletopGames
* AnIcePerson/VideoGames
* AnIcePerson/WebComics
* AnIcePerson/WebOriginal
* AnIcePerson/WesternAnimation


[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in the critically panned 1997 film ''Film/BatmanAndRobin''. [[PungeonMaster His dialog is essentially a nonstop collage of incredibly lame ice-related puns in a thick Austrian accent, which greatly accentuates the unintentional comedy factor in the movie.]] [[HurricaneOfPuns Pun times may be had by all]]. So far, the matter of whether the film is SoBadItsGood or so bad that it's terrible has been rather...[[{{Pun}} polarizing]]. One of two times that Arnold has ever taken the role of an antagonist. (''Film/TheTerminator'' was the other.)
* In ''Film/{{Thor}}'', the Frost Giants can create blasts of ice as well as [[MorphWeapon shape it into weaponry]]. [[spoiler: Loki]] is able to use the Casket of Ancient Winters to generate ice blasts as well, once he discovers his true heritage.
* The White Witch in the film version of ''Film/TheLionTheWitchAndTheWardrobe'' was very much an ice person, possibly even more than her book incarnation.
* From ''Film/TheGreatYokaiWar'', a Yuki-Onna was one of those asked to help battle the (IIRC) Demon of Revenge. She says she can't help because it's not her season.
* A background character in ''Film/SkyHigh2005'' simply known as Freeze Girl (no word on if she's actually [[DefrostingIceQueen defrosting]]), who's the [[CleaningUpRomanticLooseEnds last-minute hookup]] for [[PlayingWithFire Warren]].
* ''Film/XMenFilmSeries''
** Iceman uses his mutant ability to create ice.
** In ''Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast'', when confronted by mutant with a fire power the Future Sentinels turn to ice to combat that.
* Snow White has ice powers in ''Film/AvengersGrimm'' and is also a very cold person.

* DJ the S' "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LEZGEad5hjY Disciple of the Ice]]" is a compilation remix of Ice-based themes from video games.

* The Yuki-Onna from Myth/JapaneseMythology was often an extremely pale woman who lived within snow storms. Tended to guide travelers to either their frozen deaths or to safety, if she so wished to.
* Jack Frost, natch. Generally, he simply brings winter to certain areas (winter/cold follows him everywhere), but some stories have him using his power to freeze people to death in an instant if they piss him off.
* [[Myth/NorseMythology Frost giants.]]
* Poli'ahu of Hawaiian Mythology, along with her sisters/friends Lilinoe, Waiau, and Kahoupokane. She is their leader, and widely noted for her beauty. She is said to live atop Mauna Kea, though she visits other snowy peaks on the island. She is the antithesis to the fire goddess, Pele.
* In Greek mythology, Khione was the daughter of Boreas, the [[BlowYouAway North Wind]], and was worshiped as a minor goddess who brought snow.

[[folder:Professional Wrestling]]
* Wrestling/{{WCW}} wrestler Wrestling/{{Glacier}} had a whole entrance motif built around ice and snow. Fitting, since he was a knockoff...err, CaptainErsatz...of Sub-Zero.

* The ''Jade Regent'' Campaign from Podcast/{{RPGMP3}} features a character called Skygni, who's a [[UpliftedAnimal magically Awakened]] [[KillItWithIce frost]]-[[BreathWeapon breathing]] [[AnIcePerson Winter]] [[SavageWolves Wolf]]. He swore a [[MagicallyBindingContract Blood Oath]] (under duress) to [[TokenEvilTeammate not eat people]]. Well, at least not the ones travelling with the heroes' caravan, anyway.

* Every single Toa of Ice in ''Toys/{{Bionicle}}'', plus a handful of other beings (though "a handful" does include an ''entire swarm'' of Kohrak).
* The Frosticons from ''WesternAnimation/{{Mixels}}''. In an interesting play of this elements, two of the three members are [[RequiredSecondaryPowers ridiculously slow and lethargic]] thanks to their abilities and climate. Their ranks are made up of Flurr, Lunk, and Slumbo. 2015 introduced three more Frosticons, cousins of the originals: Chilbo, Snoof, and Krog.
* Ice-Bat from ''Toys/{{Uglydolls}}''. Everything he touches turns into ice, and he lives in a frozen cave system, but his heart is the warmest part of him.

[[folder:Visual Novels]]
* Yukinojo in ''VisualNovel/EnchantedInTheMoonlight'' is a yukibito (a kind of snow spirit), and correspondingly has the ability to create and control snow.
* Duke Vale aka Wolf in ''VisualNovel/VillainousNights'' has the ability to generate ice and cold, from walls of ice to an instant cold compress touch.

[[folder:Real Life]]
* Ice-nucleating bacteria, such as ''Pseudomonas syringae'', possess the ability to freeze water at warmer temperatures than normal, thereby damaging plants to feed on them. Scientists believe their ice nucleating proteins are an integral part of ice crystal formation in clouds.