KSSU Ice Kirby

Artwork from Kirby Super Star Ultra

Ice Kirby is one of Kirby's copy ability forms, introduced in Kirby's Adventure. It is obtained from icy foes such as Pengi and Mr. Frosty. It allow Kirby to use frost breath to freeze enemies into ice blocks which can then be kicked at other enemies. In Kirby's Adventure and its remake, there is a more defensive counterpart to Ice ability called Freeze that functions similar to Ice Kirby, except Kirby surrounds himself with a freezing blizzard instead of breathing icy breath. The helper for Ice ability is Chilly.


As Ice Kirby, Kirby wears a crown made of ice crystals, with a gold or purple circlet depending on the game. In the center of the circlet is a blue gemstone that can be either circular or have a six pointed, snowflake, shape.

In some games, his skin turns pale blue, while his feet and blush marks turn purple.


Ice Kirby can breath icy air that freezes enemies solid. The frozen enemies can then be kicked sending them sliding into other enemies. Starting with Kirby Super Star, Kirby gains the ability to create freezing blizzards around himself. In some games, Ice Kirby is able to freeze the surface of water and lava letting him walk on top of it.

Enemies that give Ice

Kirby can get this power from the following enemies:

Other appearances

Super Smash Bros. series

Ice Kirby appears as a trophy in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U. Additionally, this ability's ice breath is one of Kirby's custom abilities which he has the option of replacing his Inhale with.

Super Smash Bros. for Wii U

The perfect ability to copy in the summer- Kirby gains freezing breath when he copies the Ice ability, Enemies frozen by his arctic blasts can be launched at other foes too. Perfect for a tough fight or when you need some ice for your iced coffee. Kirby isn't busy saving Dream Land or anything...

Nintendo Entertainment System - Kirby's Adventure - 05/1993 Super Nintendo - Kirby Super Star - 08/1996

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