Froslass uses the Snow Cloak Ability. This increases her Evasion by one level during a Hailstorm. A second Ability is available to Froslass from the Dream World, the Cursed Body Ability. This Ability can be disruptive to the opponents' attacks, as a move that makes contact with a Froslass with this Ability has a 30% chance of getting Disabled.
Froslass takes on the appearance of a small snow fairy with light blue rocks on her head. Most of her body is a light color, save the purple colors on her eyes, mouth, and forehead, and a red sash-like ribbon at her torso.
Froslass are exclusively female.
A Froslass can only be obtained by evolving a Snorunt.
Froslass appears at Crystal Crossing B9-B13 in Explorers of Time, Explorers of Darkness & Explorers of Sky. Froslass is exclusive to Stormy Adventure Squad in Mystery Dungeon 3, appearing at Weird Rockland 21F-23F.
Froslass appears at Almia Castle in Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia after defeating it in a Boss Battle. Froslass also appears in Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs in the left room on the third floor of the Oblivia Region's Sky Fortress in the Present, and in the past by getting an S Rank in the Ice Temple Mission "Rush Ahead! Don't Look Back!"
The only way to obtain a Froslass in Pokémon Conquest is to evolve a Snorunt.
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Froslass appears in the Legends Awakened, Rising Rivals and Arceus sets as a Rare Card.
A Wild Froslass appears in the film Giratina and the Sky Warrior and the Pikachu Short Pikachu's Great Ice Adventure.
After defeating Candice's Froslass in Chapter 388, Lady Platinum Berlitz would receive the same Froslass from Candice at Spear Pillar in Chapter 413. However, an explosion caused by Palkia's Aura Sphere broke that Poké Ball's open switch, which had to be repaired by Daisy before she could utilize Froslass in battle.
Froslass is a part of the Borderline 2 (BL2) tier of competitive battling, meaning that it is banned from the Rarelyused (RU) tier but not used enough to be a part of the Underused (UU) tier. With a high base 110 Speed, access to Spikes, and a Ghost-typing that can block Rapid Spin, Froslass is a great Pokémon for offensive teams. It can usually lay down one layer of Spikes thanks to its high base Speed, and its support movepool offers it more ways to help out a team with Taunt and Thunder Wave at its disposal. Froslass makes for a great suicide lead, and when it is knocked down to its Focus Sash, it can use Destiny Bond to pick off a specific threat. Froslass's only big flaw is its frailty especially after its Focus Sash has been broken.
Via Move Tutor (Black 2/White 2)
Snorunt Exclusive Moves
Generation III Exclusive Moves
NOTE: Froslass can only learn the following moves if it learns them as a Snorunt prior to being transferred from a Generation 3 game.
Via Move Tutor (Fire Red/Leaf Green)
Generation IV Exclusive Moves
Via Move Tutor
Heart Gold/Soul Silver
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