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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. They'll also often have blue clothes, hair, and/or skin because BlueMeansCold. See also HumanPopsicle. Frequently leads to LiterallyShatteredLives.

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May be used by BigfootSasquatchAndYeti, {{Snowlems}}, a WinterRoyalLady, a WomanInWhite, WinterRoyalLady, a {{Yukionna}}, or even the IceQueen. People with these powers may also have AnIceSuit, a FreezeRay, and IcyBlueEyes, or be subject to ElementalBaggage. They'll also often have blue clothes, hair, and/or skin because BlueMeansCold. See also HumanPopsicle. Frequently leads to LiterallyShatteredLives.


* [[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.
* Ayaz Baba -- of Turkic and Mongol mythology -- who's name literally translates to 'Frost Father' is a god of frost and snow associated with winter seasons, depicted commonlu as an old man with a long white beard and the blue-robes of a shaman. Depending on which myths you read, he is either a son of Tengri -- the Thunderer and TopGod of Altaic myth -- or simply another aspect of him.

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* [[Myth/NorseMythology Myth/NorseMythology: Frost giants.]]
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* Poli'ahu of Hawaiian Mythology, Myth/OceanianMythology, 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, Myth/ClassicalMythology, Khione was the daughter of Boreas, the [[BlowYouAway North Wind]], and was worshiped as a minor goddess who brought snow.
* Ayaz Baba -- of Turkic and Mongol mythology Myth/MongolMythology -- who's whose name literally translates to 'Frost Father' is a god of frost and snow associated with winter seasons, depicted commonlu as an old man with a long white beard and the blue-robes of a shaman. Depending on which myths you read, he is either a son of Tengri -- the Thunderer and TopGod of Altaic myth -- or simply another aspect of him.


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.

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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. They'll also often have blue clothes, hair, and/or skin because BlueMeansCold. See also HumanPopsicle. Frequently leads to LiterallyShatteredLives.


* 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.

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* 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.

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* ''Animation/HappyHeroes'' Season 2 episode 11 features an ice monster that can freeze objects by breathing ice on them.
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* 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.

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* 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. Compare Old Man Winter, who is either a substitute for him, another name of his, or a separate entity entirely, depending on how he's depicted. If both of them are depicted as two different beings, then Jack Frost has control over ice and snow in general, whereas Old Man Winter, true to his name, only has domain over Wintry cold.

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* Yuki[=/=] Winter from ''Podcasts/{{Sequinox}}'' has power over cold and ice, naturally.

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* Ayaz Baba -- of Turkic and Mongol mythology -- who's name literally translates to 'Frost Father' is a god of frost and snow associated with winter seasons, depicted commonlu as an old man with a long white beard and the blue-robes of a shaman. Depending on which myths you read, he is either a son of Tengri -- the Thunderer and TopGod of Altaic myth -- or simply another aspect of him.

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* 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.


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.

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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.
HumanPopsicle. Frequently leads to LiterallyShatteredLives.


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* In ''WesternAnimation/BarbieAndTheMagicOfPegasus'', the evil wizard Wenlock turns everyone else in Princess Annika's kingdom to ice statues as a AndNowYouMustMarryMe ploy.
* Gru from the ''WesternAnimation/DespicableMe'' franchise has several kickass weapons that we see over the course of the two films, but his go-to weapon seems to be his FreezeRay, which is also the one we see him use most frequently. [[spoiler:''WesternAnimation/{{Minions}}'' reveals that he got the freeze ray as a child at [=VillainCon=], and has been using it ever since]].
* In the ''Franchise/DisneyFairies'' film ''The Secret of the Wings'', the fairies learn about [[OurFairiesAreDifferent a sister race, the frost fairies]].
* In ''WesternAnimation/DragonsFireAndIce'' Xenoz was given strong ice powers over the years. He uses it to wipe out an army in one scene.
* ''WesternAnimation/FireAndIce'': The wizard Nekron uses his magic to cause an ice age, as his domain is the icy lands.
* In Disney's ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', literal ice queen Elsa could generate ice and snow as a young kid, but had a hard time controlling her powers. Her ice powers increase as she gets older so she can generate giant ice palaces and snow golems, but she still has difficulty controlling them, accidentally plunging her kingdom into a forever winter and completely freezing the fjord. Her powers are fueled by her emotion, meaning they go haywire when she's afraid or anxious.
* Frozone in ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'', while a partial parody of the ComicBook/SilverSurfer, has the ability to generate ice as his main superpower.
* The 2005 movie ''WesternAnimation/TheMagicRoundabout'''s villain, Zeebad, is this. (Curiously, midway through the film, he actually ''beats'' someone PlayingWithFire.)
* Jack Frost in ''WesternAnimation/RiseOfTheGuardians'' was granted the power to make winter.
* In ''WesternAnimation/SinbadLegendOfTheSevenSeas'' the roc turns a tropical island into an arctic tundra.
* ''Animation/TheSnowQueen2012'' has the Snow Queen, who controls the powerful North Wind.
** In ''The Snow Queen 2: The Snow King'', the snow king may be even more powerful.
** In ''The Snow Queen 3: Fire and Ice'', Gerda is [[GrandTheftMe possessed by the snow queen]] and has her powers during that time.
* Snow Miser from ''WesternAnimation/TheYearWithoutASantaClaus'' is a supernatural being in command of all cold weather in the world. According to his VillainSong, whatever he touches "turns to snow in [his] clutch".
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