A Piranha Plant with ice powers that's weak against fire. Its biting attack sometimes freezes you.
Jaw Clamp (5, Frozen)
That's a Frost Piranha. It's a cool customer with strong ice powers. Max HP is 10, Attack is 5 and Defense is 0. Its biting attack sometimes freezes us, so try to immobilize it first. It's weak against fire attacks, too, so use them as well.
Frost Piranhas (also called Frost Piranha Plants) are a subspecies of Piranha Plants that first appeared in Paper Mario. They are larger than the average Piranha Plants and are a sky-blue color. Mario first encountered Frost Piranhas while on his way to Starborn Valley. Along with being exceptionally strong, they had the ability to shoot sub-zero blasts of breath that can freeze Mario and his allies. Frost Piranhas were later encountered on Shiver Mountain where they were less abundant.
Frost Piranhas reappear in Paper Mario's sequel Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. They can be found on the way to Fahr Outpost and were slightly stronger than before, but noticeably lacking their ice-breath ability. However, their bite could still freeze Mario or his partners if they did not perform a Guard move. Like their Paper Mario counterparts, they can burrow underground and pop up to attack.
Frost Piranhas reappear in Super Paper Mario in the Underwhere. This time their stalk is green like normal Piranha Plants instead of blue, and they are only found popping out of Warp Pipes.
This is a Frost Piranha. Frost Piranhas are frozen Piranha Plants. Max HP: 10, Attack Power: 4, Defense Power: 0 They'll try to freeze you with their icy breath. You'll be at their mercy if they freeze you, so you'd better try to immobilize them right away. Ice attacks won't work--they love ice! Fire attacks, though...
Someone left this flower out in the winter cold. On the plus side, it can cool beverages in a hurry.
This frigid Frost Piranha has subzero breath... Max HP is 7 and Attack is 3. If you get breathed on, you'll be frozen for a bit... Originally hailing from a cold climate, this plant struck out in search of new prey... This plant loves ice cream, but hates hot-fudge sundaes.