Freezie

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Freezie
Freezie.jpg
Freezie artwork from Brawl.
Universe Mario
Appears in SSBM
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Item class Throwing
Article on Super Mario Wiki Freezie

A Freezie (フリーザー, Freezer), is an item that first appeared in Super Smash Bros. Melee.

Damage[edit]

Melee Brawl SSB4
Freeze 20% 18% 8%
Throw 22% 16% 19%
Up tilt throw 21% - 23% 17% 20%
Down tilt throw 24% 6% 8%
Dash throw 24% 18% 19%
Forward smash throw 25% 18% 21%
Up smash throw 24% - 27% 19% 22%
Down smash throw 28% 6% 8%
Aerial throw 22% 16% 19%
Aerial up tilt throw 21% - 23% 17% 20%
Aerial down tilt throw 24% 15% 20%
Aerial forward smash throw 22% - 23% 16% 19%
Aerial up smash throw 21% - 23% 17% 20%
Aerial down smash throw 24% 15% 20%

In Super Smash Bros. Melee[edit]

A Freezie as it appears in Melee.

When a Freezie appears in Melee, it slides across the stage on its own, speeding up if it encounters a slope. When picked up and thrown, any character hit by the Freezie will be frozen and knocked upwards. Freezies can break if attacked before being picked up. Freezies can KOcharacters at respectable percentages, as well as keeping characters trapped long enough to take considerable damage.

Despite the item hailing from the Super Mario universe, Freezies spawn alongside Topis in Stage 10 of the Adventure Mode, which is based on the Ice Climber universe.

Melee trophy description[edit]

Freezies slip and slide along smooth surfaces and will happily slide off the edge of a stage if left alone. In Mario Bros., they would stop and freeze portions of the ground; in Super Smash Bros. Melee, they can be picked up and hurled as weapons. Hit a foe with a Freezie, and he or she will be temporarily encased in a huge block of ice.

In Super Smash Bros. Brawl[edit]

The Freezie item in Super Smash Bros. Brawl retains the same design and method of use from its Melee counterpart. However, their knockback and freeze time have been considerably reduced, and frozen characters fall much slower, making it harder to KO with. Freezies are also more difficult to destroy, and they may deal damage after they are destroyed to any player standing near them and can also freeze multiple foes at once. In addition to these changes, sound effects taken from the Mario Bros. arcade game play whenever the item is used or shattered. If broken by a physical attack, the attacker will sustain 2% damage and no knockback (but will flinch, interrupting whatever motion they're engaged in).

Brawl trophy description[edit]

An item that freezes people. If you're frozen, you can't lift a finger to defend yourself. You can break out of ice by shaking the Control Stick back and forth. Hit someone with a Freezie, and you'll hear delightful sound declaring your success, but frozen enemies don't fly very far. Freezies tend to break easily when carried.
  • Mario Bros. (1983)
  • Super Mario Advance (2001)

In Super Smash Bros. 4[edit]

The Freezie returns in Super Smash Bros. 4. Instead of sliding off edges, it can now turn around and slide the other direction (though it will still slide off slopes). It freezes whoever attacks it and can freeze multiple opponents with a single Freezie.

SSB4 trophy description[edit]

North America Use this item to make a game of freeze tag chillingly literal. Once thrown, the first character to touch the Freezie will be frozen solid, turning into an easy target for a beating. If you happen to be on the receiving end, it's time to try and move around quickly to warm yourself up!
Europe This item will slide along the ground until someone picks it up. Then the first person it hits will get frozen in a block of ice and be a sitting duck for any attacks that come their way. Carefull, though - if you attack a Freezie and make it break, you might get frozen yourself! If that happens, do some wiggling around to get free!
GB Advance: Super Mario Advance (06/2001)

Origin[edit]

A Freezie as it appeared in the NES version of Mario Bros.

The Freezie is an enemy in the Mario Bros. arcade game (where it was known as a "Slipice") and all of its subsequent remakes. It appears in later levels to complicate the terrain. It moves along the platforms and then eventually covers one of them in ice, destroying itself in the process. This makes the platform extremely slippery for players. If Mario makes contact with a Freezie, he loses a life. The only way to destroy it is to jump into the platform below it, as is the case for combating any enemy in Mario Bros. In Smash, Freezies do not make surfaces icy, but can be thrown at opponents to make them frozen.

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