Frozen Snowball (r94) [Very Rare]View in Item Database
DescriptionThis frozen solid snowball will likely make a thunk instead of a piff noise when it hits your opponent. One Use. Frozen Snowball

Single Use

Average Rating [?]
Attack *air**air**air**air**air**water**water**water**water**water**water**water*
Defense N/A
Reflect N/A
Effects N/A
Actual Icons
Restocks At Ice Crystal
Used By N/A
Special Categorization None
Notes None
Ratings - Frozen Snowball
This weapon will only be rated for Regular 1P/2P use, since it doesn't have any niche or league use.

Price (0/3): No matter the price, if the item is useless then it's not a good price, sadly.
Power (0/5): The amount of icons is still below today's standard, and most bombs, this snowball is single use, so it'd only be a waste of neopoints to use it.
Uniqueness (0/2): There's a huge amount of snowballs like this.

Overall it's what you'd expect from a snowball. Sadly these weapons aren't really useful anymore. Because of that its final rating is 0/10. I can't give a rating of 0 however, so it gets a shameful 1 instead.

Rated on September 30, 2019

Darigan Muffin Brain Muffin and others are better options along with some other snowballs.

The real problem here is who is a big enough jerk to deliberately throw a frozen snowball? Those kids were the worst in middle school so my conscience wants to give it negative cool points as well.

Rated on October 16, 2017

Rating History ▼
Price/Power (0/5)
While 11.11 icons has dropped in value as multiuse items with far superior icon counts become commonplace.

Countermeasures (1/5)
Offering more then 5 icons is good, allowing it to push more icons through shields such as the Leaf Shield or Shiny Shoal Shell Shield. But it still doesn't offer the comparative brunt and its single use nature makes this less valuable.

Alternatives, Upgrades or Downgrades
Check out other Snowballs and Battle Muffins such as the Shooting Star Muffin. But lets face it- in a world where you can get a Turned Tooth for 40k- you don't want a "not even 12 icon" single use item.

Other Points (None)

Final Thoughts
I bet it would be cool (depending on how hard the ice is) to drill a hole in this snowball- pour some liquid into the top to melt a little of the snow and drink a deliciously refreshing cool snow drink. Only downside is you'd need to be holding insulating gloves for it to work and you wouldn't be able to use warm beverages.

Rated on December 4, 2012. Updated September 30, 2018