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  • The My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic fan animation Snowdrop has the title character.
  • The Pokemon fanfic epic Pokémon Master gave this ability to Misty, among other water trainers.
  • The Yu-Gi-Oh! GX fanfic Dangerous Black Ice gives this power to Marufuji Ryou, after having made him into one of the Seven Stars. Perhaps notably, he still wears black, not white.
  • Lemmy's Land characterizes Lemmy Koopa as this. His Weapon of Choice is a freeze gun, which was the subject of the webmaster's first story.
  • In Keepers of the Elements, Bridgette has this as a power, combined with being able to control water.
  • John in With Strings Attached, thanks to his magical water-charm. Ice is just one of the many things he can do. Also, since he can alter the physical properties of water, he can create “warm ice” that won't hurt anyone it covers.
    • There's an ice manipulator in The Keys Stand Alone: The Soft World. John's water-charm is quite contemptuous of her.
  • Fruits Basket fanfic The Eyes of the Cat allows a ghost to freeze the Big Bad alive by increasing the chill that being a ghost causes by about one million.
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  • Eri in The World Ends with You fanfic, Eri's Game has three pins of ice attacks.
  • Nivus in The Tainted Grimoire is so good with ice-based abilities that hardly any attack can get past his defences to the Judgemaster he guards.
  • Nerine of Fly or Fall is the Fairy of Ice.
  • In Under The Northern Lights nidhoggs are limb-less dragonlike monsters who breathe ice cold instead of fire. They primarily use it to deep-freeze wood and then eat it.
  • Colgate in Ace Combat: Equestria Chronicles can use her magic to temporarily freeze the enemies... or apple pies, to be used as thrown weapons by other ponies.
  • A Growing Affection has two; Natsuki, Gaara's bodyguard and the only Ice jutsu user in the Hidden Sand, and Bunjiro Egureru, user of the ice blade Souhi.
  • Shinra High SOLDIER has Julia Gratuitous Japanese Nakahamou]], an overall cold person often described as icy, whose limit break, Heaven's Judgment, summons ice daggers that get thrown at her opponent.
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  • The Mysterious School has Ai Haibara.
  • True to form, Amy gets these powers when she picks up the Ice Flower during the Mario World Saga in Mario and Sonic: Heroes Unite!. She gets these powers whenever she wants during the Sonic World Saga by simply using a Chaos Emerald.
  • Stars Above: The Ninth is a Demon made of ice that resides at the center of a frozen lake.
  • An unused concept for a Calvin and Hobbes: The Series episode involved the protagonists accidentally unleashing an ice demon sleeping under a hill.
  • My Brave Pony: Starfleet Magic:
    • Some of Dementia's attacks invoke this.
    • Frosteye from My Brave Pony: Star Fleet Magic III.
  • Luna is given a degree of this ability in the Triptych Continuum, implied to be a unique side effect of her link to Moon. (Any pegasus who knows the technique of heat-shifting can potentially create cold spots, but the extant heat has to be displaced somewhere else — so for every chill zone, there's a potential balancing hot spot. Luna appears to be either somehow negating heat or sending it completely out of detection range.) So far, she's shown to create ice coatings on things either being touched or within her field, along with dropping the local temperature when she's upset — the latter of which counters an angry Celestia's tendency to create a very local heat wave.
  • The Sentinel Winter's Bite in the Pacific Rim Echoesinthe Dark is equiiped with Liquid Nitrogen missiles.
  • In Code Geass: Awesome of the Rebellion, we see The Emprah stepping on water to turn it into ice, specifically so he wouldn't need to swim.
  • The Big Four Cjupsher Series is filled with various characters with cryokinetic abilities.
    • Jackson Overland/Frost
    • Elsa Callah/Ice Queen
    • The Snow Queen
    • Hydros the Ice Titan
    • Periwinkle/Snow Sprite
  • In the ROTBTFD Star Wars Series, Elsa possesses "Force Ice", a cryokinetic technique of the light-side of the force where the force sensitive can generate ice in any shape he or she chooses using nothing but the force. You know that "Force Lightning" Sith use? Well it's like that. But Ice.
  • In How Trixie (Somehow) Saved Hearth's Warming, the Big Bad Leidr is trying to bury the North Pole in snow and ice by generating a blizzard. It turns out he's a mutant, sapient Windigo, and has developed his own spells using his natural ice abilities.
  • Dungeon Keeper Ami: Being Sailor Mercury makes ice and water her default elements, with her ice spell being Shabon Spray Freezing.
  • Pokémon: Nova and Antica: Winter exclusively trains Ice type Pokemon. Her older sister, Heather, runs the Ice-type Gym of Fimbulvetr Town and uses them as well.
  • FREAKIN GENSOKYO: Genkan, being a yuki-onna, is a master of ice magic.
  • In How To Drill Your Way Through Your Problems, Taylor/Owl is this after triggering, by being left to freeze to death on the roof of Winslow by Sophia.
  • The Big Bad of "Shadowchasers: Tournament of Shadows", Levistus, has this power, and even uses ice-themed cards
  • In Life Ore Death the Team spends the time Conner and M'gann are in Belle Reve (on an infiltration mission) making up a list of other people with ice powers and tracking them down for interviews about whether or not they were approached for any evil plots. We meet more than a dozen in that arc alone, and the Team does find evidence of several wider conspiracies, including meta-human trafficking.
  • Blizzard from Worlds Apart (MLP) can freeze things by breathing icy air. He can also move around in a cluster of snowflakes.
  • The main character from The Legendof Spyro fanfic The Portal starts out as a human, but then he goes through a portal which transforms him into an ice dragon.


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