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19 Best Ice Type Pokémon Everyone Should Know (2022)

Ice type Pokémon are one of the rarest types in the Pokémon universe because there aren’t that many ice-types introduced throughout the several generations.

This Pokémon type are adapted to the extreme cold and can withstand temperatures that would be fatal to most other Pokémon. They have the power to rival an avalanche and they can build up and unleash powerful moves that are capable of freezing their enemies within seconds.

Since this type is extremely rare, they aren’t that many pure ice-type Pokémon out there. But it is has the most combinations with other Pokémon types, and it is also quite effective against dragon-type Pokémon that are regarded as some of the strongest in the series.

Once you go through the list, you will discover that most of the ice Pokémon are quite likeable because of their unique design, and most of them are designed in a way that you can instantly figure out their type. So, let’s not waste any time and see who are the best of the best in this category!

Best Ice Type Pokémon of 2022

19. Cloyster

cloyster

Cloyster is a dual-type Ice/Water Pokémon which was introduced in Generation I. It evolves from Shellder when exposed to Water Stone.

Cloyster is an oyster-like Pokémon and has a spiky, light-blue shell which is encased by another. Its main face is purple and it has a mysterious grin on its face. On top of its head, there is a long spike. To protect itself from attacks, it will retreat into its shell. To attack its enemies, it relies on its spikes which also help with its swimming. Cloyter lives on the seafloor and can also clamp into its enemies.

  • Type: Water/Ice
  • Weakness: Fighting, Rock, Grass, Electric
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Water, Ice

18. Abomasnow

abomasnow

Abomasnow is a dual Grass/Ice type Pokémon. It was introduced in Generation IV. It evolves from Snover at level 40 and it can also Mega Evolve using Abomasite.

This bear-like grass Pokémon is green in color and has very bushy eyebrows and strands of fur on its mouth and chest. On its hands, feet, and tail it has green spikes and lives in very cold regions. It only comes out when the snow flowers are in full bloom. Abomasnow can create a blizzard and snowstorm when it shakes its body, and it fights off invaders and enemies by throwing its arms like a club.

  • Type: Grass/Ice
  • Weakness: Fighting, Flying, Poison, Rock, Bug, Steel, Fire
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Ground, Water, Grass, Electric

17. Frosmoth

frosmoth

Frosmoth is a dual-type Ice/Bug Pokémon. It was introduced in Generation VIII. It evolves from Snom when leveled up with high-friendship at night.

Frosmoth is a white small insect-like Pokémon that has a round lower body and blue eyes. Its antenna is white and fluffy with a sharp tip. Also, it has white wings that have snowflakes on them. These flakes usually fall to the ground when it flies and it gives the impression that it is snowing. Frosmoth will go to great lengths to preserve its home. Its wings are generally the source of its power.

  • Type: Ice/Bug
  • Weakness: Flying, Rock, Steel, Fire
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Ground, Grass, Ice

16. Cryogonal

cryogonal

This ice type Pokémon was introduced in Generation V, and is not known to evolve to or from any Pokémon.

Cryogonal is a physically deceptive Pokémon. It has a lot of shapes and dimensions but it is primarily blue. This Pokémon has a permanent frown on its face with a black mustache-like line on its face and three dots. It will only live in extremely temperate countries. It can also create ice hooks and imprison its rivals in attack.

  • Type: Ice
  • Weakness: Fighting, Rock, Steel, Fire
  • Immunity: Ground
  • Resistance: Ice

15. Arctozolt

arctozolt

Arctozolt is a dual-type Ice/Electric Pokémon. It was introduced in Generation VIII. It is not known to evolve to or from any other Pokémon.

Arctozolt looks like a fossil and it was resurrected by combining a fossilized bird with a fossilized Dino. It has a blue fishtail and yellow dragon head. Below its neck, it is frozen, and has fins that stick out in front of its body. It constantly has mucus coming from its nose and by shaking its upper half, it can generate electricity.

  • Type: Electric/Ice
  • Weakness: Fighting, Ground, Rock, Fire
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Flying, Electric, Ice

14. Mr. Rime

mr. rime

Mr. Rime is a dual-type Ice/Psychic Pokémon that was introduced in Generation VIII. It evolves from Galarian Mr. Mime at level 42 and is the final form of Mime Jr.

Mr Rime is a bipedal Pokémon that looks like a human and has a colored blue and black. It wears a wing-like hat and has yellow hypnotizing eyes and a black mustache. Although its face is expressionless, it will transform its torso to convey emotion. It has a clown’s nose on its belly and carries an ice cane in its hands. This psychic-type Pokémon is a talented tap dancer and using its cane, it can produce ice from thin air.

  • Type: Ice/Psychic
  • Weakness: Rock, Bug, Ghost, Steel, Fire, Dark
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Psychic, Ice

13. Mamoswine

mamoswine

Mamoswine is a dual-type Ice/Ground Pokémon. It was introduced in Generation IV. It evolves from Piloswine when it knows Ancient Power and is the final form of Swinub.

Mamoswine is a massive, quadrupedal Pokémon. It looks like a boar with tusks and thick skin to keep it warm. These tusks are strong and made of ice. They thrive in extremely cold areas and can survive hunger for a very long time. This ground-type Pokémon is very strong and it uses its heavy tusks during the cold weather to its advantage.

  • Type: Ice/Ground
  • Weakness: Fighting, Steel, Fire, Water, Grass
  • Immunity: Electric
  • Resistance: Poison

12. Aurorus

aurorus

Aurorus is a dual-type Ice/Rock Pokémon that was introduced in Generation VI. It evolves from Amaura at level 39 when it levels up at night after it is revived from a Sail Fossil.

This rock-type Pokémon is covered in blue skin and has a long tail that is curved at the tip. It has some stones that look like ice on the side of its body. From the top of its head, and to its neck, it appears to have a wing-like membrane. Aurorus is shy and will not seek out battle on its own. However, it can freeze its enemies and surround them with ice.

  • Type: Rock/Ice
  • Weakness: Fighting, Ground, Rock, Steel, Water, Grass
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Normal, Flying, Poison, Ice

11. Beartic

beartic

Beartic is one of the popular Ice type Pokémon that was introduced in Generation V. It evolves from Cubchoo at level 37.

Beartic is a quadrupedal, bear-like Pokémon. It is white and has streaks of blue ice coming down from its mouth. It has a long nose, large paws and three sharp claws are on each paw. It can freeze water by exposing it to its breath. Beartic relies on this technique to navigate on water, rest and also, for other reasons that contribute to its survival.

  • Type: Ice
  • Weakness: Fighting, Rock, Steel, Fire
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Ice

10. Walrein

walrein

Walrein is a dual Water/Ice-type Pokémon. It was introduced in Generation III. It evolves from Sealeo at level 44 and is the final form of Spheal.

Walrein looks like a very big, very blue walrus-like Pokémon. It has a fin for a tail and two very long tusks that stick out of its mouth. It has white lards around its neck which keep its body resistant to the cold. Walrein’s blubber is a layer of fat that also keeps it warm. It can also cover its body in ice and deploy the ice ball against its rivals. However, its large tusks, although very powerful, can break in battle.

  • Type: Ice/Water
  • Weakness: Fighting, Rock, Grass, Electric
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Water, Ice

9. Glastrier

glastrier

Glastrier is a very strong Ice type Pokémon. It was introduced in Generation VIII and it is not known to evolve to any other form.

Glastrier is a mystical horse and is covered in white fur on most of its body. Its head, feet, and tail are icy. Its eyes are completely white, adding to its mysterious look. It has a sharp icicle standing at the top of its head. It gets exceptional strength from its feet, which is covered in ice. Also, it can crush its enemies to the ground in a single blow and is always up for a fight and happy to create the conditions for battle.

  • Type: Ice
  • Weakness: Fighting, Rock, Steel, Fire
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Ice

8. Lapras

lapras

Lapras is a dual-type Water/Ice Pokémon that was introduced in Generation I. It does not evolve but it does have a Gigantamax form.

Lapras is an aquatic Pokémon that is friendly in nature and has small dark eyes with two slightly curved horns. On its back, it carries a dark hard shell and will constantly carry sea travelers on its back. It is intelligent and is among the few that can comprehend human language. In its Gigantamax form, Lapras undergoes significant physical transformations.

  • Type: Water/Ice
  • Weakness: Fighting, Rock, Grass, Electric
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Water, Ice

7. Alolan Ninetales

alolan ninetales

Alolan Ninetales is a dual-type Ice/Fairy Pokémon. It was introduced in Generation I and it evolves from Alolan Vulpix when exposed to Ice Stone.

Alolan Ninetales is covered in pale blue fur, has large eyes, and nine tails. It is a vengeful Pokémon and is willing to curse those who spite it. This fairy-type Pokémon, which has a menacingly cold look, is also said to live for a millenia. It is a calm creature, providing guidance to lost humans. It can bring out ice from its fur and is regarded as a magical, mystical being.

  • Type: Ice/Fairy
  • Weakness: Poison, Rock, Steel, Fire
  • Immunity: Dragon
  • Resistance: Bug, Ice, Dark

6. Weavile

weavile

Weavile is a dual-type Ice/Dark Pokémon which was introduced in Generation IV. It evolves from Sneasel when it levels up while holding a Razor Claw at night.

Weavile has a gray body and red feathers on its head for a crown. It has red eyes and a yellow sphere on its forehead. It has three sharp claws on each foot and a tooth hanging out from its mouth. It is a well-known killer and spends most of its time in temperate regions. In attack, this dark Pokémon relies on its claws and is extremely fast and strong when hunting for prey.

  • Type: Dark/Ice
  • Weakness: Fighting, Rock, Bug, Steel, Fire, Fairy
  • Immunity: Psychic
  • Resistance: Ghost, Ice, Dark

5. Glaceon

glaceon

Glaceon is one of the popular Ice type Pokémon that was introduced in Generation IV. It evolves from Eevee when it levels up near an Ice Rock or when exposed to an Ice Stone.

Glaceon is a puppy-like Pokémon which is covered in blue fur and has hair that flows across its face. Its ears look like diamonds and although its fur looks harmless, it are extremely sharp. This Pokémon spends most of its time in the care of humans and is never found in the wild. To entice its prey, it creates snow.

  • Type: Ice
  • Weakness: Fighting, Rock, Steel, Fire
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Ice

4. Froslass

froslass

Froslass is a dual-type Ice/Ghost Pokémon. It was introduced in Generation IV. It evolves from a female Snorunt when exposed to a Dawn Stone.

Froslass is a human-like Pokémon with a hollow body. It is a floating creature and has no legs. Its hands are connected to its face and look like wings and it has icy horns. In attack, it relies on its ability to capture its prey by freezing them with its breath. This ghost-type Pokémon likes to attack good-looking male mountain climbers. It stores a collection of frozen victims in its home, creates illusions and thrives in temperate regions.

  • Type: Ice/Ghost
  • Weakness: Rock, Ghost, Steel, Fire, Dark
  • Immunity: Normal, Fighting
  • Resistance: None

3. Articuno

articuno

Articuno is a dual-type Ice/Flying Pokémon that was introduced in Generation I and it is not known to evolve. It is one of the three Legendary Birds of Kanto!

This avian Pokémon has very large wings and a long tail that goes all the way to its front. It has a short beak, red eyes, and three diamond-shaped feathers on its forehead. This Pokémon can make the weather change in an instant. In flapping its wings, it can cause the skies to snow. It helps lost travelers in icy regions and directs them to the right path. It can also freeze its enemies and create illusions.

  • Type: Ice/Flying
  • Weakness: Rock, Steel, Fire, Electric
  • Immunity: Ground
  • Resistance: Bug, Grass

2. Regice

regice

Regice is a very powerful Ice type Pokémon that was first introduced in Generation III. It is one of the Legendary Titans, and it is not known to evolve!

Regice is entirely made of Antarctic ice and crystals. It has a yellow cross on its face that is said to be its eyes. It has three fingers and can survive under extremely hot temperatures because of its physical features. It lives in temperate regions and travels between locations by floating. This legendary Pokémon can easily freeze enemies who come too close or are a threat.

  • Type: Ice
  • Weakness: Fighting, Rock, Steel, Fire
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Ice

1. Kyurem

kyurem

Kyurem is a dual-type Ice/Dragon Pokémon. It was introduced in Generation V. It does not evolve but has two other forms known as White Kyurem and Black Kyurem.

Kyurem is a dragon-like Pokémon that has ice on its head and shoulders, a blue head, and yellow eyes. Its icy wings stretch out of its midsection. Also, it has two Icicles at the tip of each wing and its tail holds its energy core. When it is time to battle, Kyurem becomes fiery and is capable of building up incredible amounts of energy within itself.

  • Type: Dragon/Ice
  • Weakness: Fighting, Rock, Steel
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Water, Grass, Electric

Conclusion

There aren’t as many ice type Pokémon as there are Pokémon of other types, but out of the few that have been introduced so far, most of them are pretty cool. And I hope that this article was able to help you understand just how awesome the ice Pokémon are and why they are so popular among fans of the franchise!

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Arbaz Khan

My name's Arbaz Khan, and I am the guy behind SlushTimes.com! Since I spent most of my time watching anime and reading manga, I thought of creating a website where I can talk about things I like. So here we are!

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