Freezards are recurring enemies in The Legend of Zelda series. They appear as stationary ice statues that breathe out powerful gusts of freezing wind.
Ocarina of Time
Link should wait for a grab in their attack and then jump in for the kill. A good way to do so is to use the Hookshot for the initial attack, following by immediate sword slashes. The preferred way to defeat them is to use Din's Fire as the fire will melt the ice.
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In Majora's Mask, Freezards appear exclusively within the Snowhead Temple and they are exactly the same as in Ocarina of Time.
In Twilight Princess, Freezards appear mostly in the Snowpeak Ruins. They can also be found in a few of the small caves throughout Hyrule. Freezards in Twilight Princess are much larger than their Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask counterparts.
Freezards are no longer vulnerable to Link's sword, but instead, he needs to use the Ball and Chain to defeat them. It takes two direct hits with the Ball and Chain to defeat the Freezards. After a Freezard has been defeated, it splits into four to five Mini-Freezards. Alternatively, Link can defeat a Freezard by using the Cannons that can be found in the Snowpeak Ruins. Freezards act more like an obstacle rather than an enemy, as most of the time, they are stationary and are used to block doorways.
- Main article: Mini-Freezard
In Spirit Tracks, there are Mini-Freezards instead of large Freezards. They resemble the Mini-Freezards from Twilight Princess.
Tri Force Heroes
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- In Ocarina of Time, "Freezard" is misspelled as "Freezzard".
- After a Freezard from Twilight Princess has been defeated, it transforms into a number of smaller versions of itself called Mini-Freezards.