|Locations||The Icy Peak|
|Monster Parts||crown, snow|
This frosty monarch is made of a cloud of whirling snow with a regal crown floating on top of it. She's a bit of a fat-bottomed girl, but she hits like dynamite with a laser beam. If you don't stop her now, she'll be the champion. My friend.
She blows hot and cold at you. Well, mostly cold. Brrrrrrrrrrr. (cold damage)
You feel the force as she clobbers you in the <elbow> with her crown. Ow! Oof! Ouch! Argh! Ow!
She blows hot and cold at you, but the hot cancels out the cold, so it's just a tepid breeze.
She tries to freeze your <neck>, but you duck behind a nearby polar bear and avoid the blow.
She tries to hit you with an icy tendril, but you're a man on the prowl, and you quickly prowl out of the way.
She tries to strangle you with an icy tendril, but the attack lacks staying power.
As she drifts toward you, you yell "Stop all the fighting!" She's so taken aback that she acquiesces without even realizing it. (FUMBLE!)
|You acquire an item: crazy little Turkish delight (25.9% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: ga-ga radio (4.5% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: Snow Queen Crown (4.8% chance)*|
|You gain 26-27 <substat>.|
Occurs at The Icy Peak.
- Physical Resistance causes physical attacks to do 1 damage. Spell damage and elemental damage apply normally (Cold Damage still deals 1 damage because this monster is cold-elemental).
- The last line of the monster's description contains references to songs by the band Queen: "Fat-Bottomed Girls", "Killer Queen", "Don’t Stop Me Now", and "We Are the Champions".
- The first listed miss message mentions the Freddie Mercury song "Stop All The Fighting", the second miss message the Queen song "Man On The Prowl", the third miss message the Smile (predecessor of Queen) song "Polar Bear", and the fourth miss message, the Queen song "Staying Power".
- The first listed hit message mentions the The Cross's song "Rough Justice", the second the Freddie Mercury song "She blows hot and cold", the third the Queen song "A Kind Of Magic", the fourth listed hit message references Queen's songs Mother Love and Bohemian Rhapsody
- Two drop items are named for Queen songs, "Radio Ga Ga" and "Crazy Little Thing Called Love".
- In C.S. Lewis' book The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, the White Witch (who has enchanted Narnia into a permanent winter that no longer has
CrimboChristmas) tempts Edmund to betray his fellow humans by giving him Turkish Delight.