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C-C-Cold Breath is a recurring breath attack in the Dragon Quest series.


Main Series[]

Dragon Quest IV[]

Only appearing in the remakes, it is used by Aamon in his Ashtaroth form.

Dragon Quest V[]

Making its debut, it is used by King Korol, Ladja during his last fight on Mt. Zugzwang, Nimzo in his first forme and Estark in battle. It can also be learned by recruited Snowbirds, Great dragons, and Barbatoses, costing 0 MP to use.

Dragon Quest VI[]

C-C-Cold Breath can learned by Goober at level 45 when he is taken to see Sledge, and is also learned by mastering the Dragon vocation. It costs 0 MP to use once again and is also used by Nokturnus in battle.

Dragon Quest VII[]

Learned by mastering the Gigalumph vocation, it acts the same as in previous appearances and costs 0 MP to use once again. Although there are no monsters who use it during the main adventure, it is used by Lumberdraks in battle during the Traveller's Tablet dungeons in the 3DS remake.

Dragon Quest VIII[]

Although it cannot be used by the player anymore, it can emulated by feeding Munchie a C-c-cold cheese. It is also used by the Silver Dragon and Divine Dragon, while in the 3DS remake, it is used by Sir Leopold in Memoriam and Shadow in Memoriam.

Dragon Quest IX[]

Appearing as an enemy skill in this entry, it is used by Uncommon colds, Murdaw, Malroth, Zoma, Psaro the Manslayer, Orgodemir, and Rhapthorne, as well as Estark and Nokturnus once again.

Dragon Quest X[]

Learned by recruited Imps by investing 32 skill points into their Snow Breath skill tree, it acts the same as in previous appearances once again. It costs 14 MP to use, and is also used by Pazuzu, Dragon zombies, Silhouettes, Blizzybodies, Grim grinners, Minidemons, Masqueraiders, Tundragsters, Snow elders, Testudogres, Icicle dragons, Lunar chimaeras, Platinasauruses, Whitey clubbers, Blue dragons, Dragnoairs, Drag racers gone Vicious, Balzack, Bones of Baramos, Blue Glow, Blue flying dragon, White Cold Boltas, Gigantifungi when it has transformed into Orochi, Gracos V, Domano, Balzack Zombie, Morrimp, Demonsgate, the Demon Dragon, the Wyrmhole Dragon, Moan maiden, the Deep Sea King Dragon, Abyssaldon, and Foldina, as well as Zoma and Ashtaroth once again, in addition to Barbatos during the Barrier Guardians boss fight.

Dragon Quest XI[]

Acting the same as in previous appearances once again, it is used by Dread dragons, Manticores, Hellriders, Demonriders, Terrornodons, Dragon slimes, Skelegons, and Metal dragon slimes gone Vicious, Chillanodons, Dragon zombies, Tentaculars, Shadows, and Dragooners gone Malicious, Mordragon, Calasmos, Psaroid, and the End of Time, as well as Blizzybodies once again when they have gone Vicious.

Other Appearances[]

Dragon Warrior Monsters/2[]

Called WhiteAir in this game and its sequel, it is an upgraded form of IceStorm. IceStorm grows into WhiteAir when the monster reaches level 30 with 210 HP.

Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker[]

C-C-Cold Breath can be learned from:

  • Breath III (56 points)
  • Dragonlord (80 points)
  • Lord of the Dragovians (15 points)
  • Ice III (64 points)
  • Leopold (100 points)
  • Rhapthorne II (33 points)
  • Über Breath (75 points)

Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker 2/Joker 2 Professional[]

C-C-Cold Breath can be learned from all the skills it could be previously, but Rhapthorne II now requires only 28 points. It can now also be learned from Vile Void for 100 points or from Zenith Dragon for 53 points.

Dragon Quest Tact[]

Acting the same as in previous appearances, it is learned by Great Dragons at level 56 and costs 81 MP to use. A scroll of this ability can be obtained for 3,000 Season 3 Legend League Medals at the Swap Shop.

Dragon Quest Treasures[]

Acting the same as in previous appearances once again, it is learned by Shadows, Wight princes, Ham shamwitches, Silver sabrecats, Valhalla vultures, and Icy draglings at level 39, costing 12 MP to use.

Other languages[]

Other languages
French Souffle gla-glacial
German F-F-Frostigen Odem (VI)
Eisiger Odem
Spanish Aliento glacial
Dutch Unknown
Norwegian Unknown
Greek Unknown
Portuguese Unknown
Russian Unknown
Korean Unknown

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