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Icy Terror

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Icy Terror
(恐怖に凍てつく吹雪 Kyōfu ni Itetsuku Fubuki?, lit. "Blizzard Frozen with Fear")
Freeze enemies with a bone-chilling blizzard. [Special attack. Cost: Little MP.]
Attack Element Power Crit
Chance
Crit
Bonus
Deflect Recoil
(Blizzara) Blizzard Max MP +26[KH I]
Max MP +27[KH I FM]
0%
(Blizzaga) Blizzard Max MP +32[KH I]
Max MP +34[KH I FM]
0%
AP Cost 2 MP Cost 1 Charge Gauge
Ice Terror
(恐怖につかまる吹雪 Kyōfu ni Tsukamaru Fubuki?, lit. "Blizzard Gripped by Fear")
Ice crystals form around and attack the target. MP Cost: 10
Attack Element Power Drive Value Deflect Finishing
Blow
Ice Terror Magic icon Blizzard x0.5 X X
AP Cost 2 MP Cost 10

Icy Terror is a technique that appears in Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts II. It allows the user to unleash powerful ice crystals.

Mechanics[edit]

In Kingdom Hearts, Icy Terror is a combat ability exclusive to Jack Skellington. It is a special attack that costs 2 AP to equip and 1 Charge Gauge to use. When activated, the user fires ice crystals that spread outward in a shotgun-like effect, similar to standard Blizzard magic. The ability increases in power when Sora obtains the final power of ice.

In Kingdom Hearts II, Icy Terror is an action ability exclusive to Jack Skellington. When activated, the user sends out a single, large ice crystal that homes in on targets and continuously damages them while carrying them into the air. It costs 2 AP to equip and 10 MP to use.

Learning Icy Terror[edit]

Kingdom Hearts[edit]

  • Jack Skellington has Icy Terror as a default ability.

Kingdom Hearts II[edit]

  • Jack Skellington has Icy Terror as a default ability.

Other appearances[edit]

Kingdom Hearts Trading Card Game[edit]

In the Kingdom Hearts Trading Card Game, Icy Terror is the technique of Jack Skellington Cards. While a Jack Skellington card is in play, all Dark and Nobody cards in play and in players' hands lose levels equal to the level of the Jack Skellington card.

See also[edit]