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|National Dex Nr.||#759|
|Trivoarne Dex Nr.||#40|
|First Appearance||Pokemon Pyrite and Aquila Versions|
|Ability/ies|| Levitate |
(Hidden: Water Absorb)
Frostuzz is a Lunar-Type and Ice-Type Pokemon that debuted in Pokemon Pyrite and Pokemon Aquila Versions. It can be found in its Base Form in most of the forests as well as occasionally its middle form. Frostuzz itself appears in the wild in the arctic locations during the night only. It evolves from Crosis when exposed to a Moon Stone during the Night when there is either a Rainy or Hail weather. It is also a final form of Frotolth .
Frostuzz commonly appears with the late-game Ice-Type users and is the Lunar-Type Gym leader's lead Pokemon. Most trainers who use it also use the Lunar-Type, Dark-Type or Ground-Type
Frostuzz appears as a large Bee like creature. It has one antannea which is in a crecent shape, black compound eyes like most insect Pokemon and has a blue fur collar around its neck which extends over its main body forming what appear like suspenders. Its main body is Dark Purple in colour with Light Purple armour-like plates. Its arms are all scythes and black in colouration while its tail has seven spikes on the end of it. Its Wings are Lavender in colouration and glitter light Blue.
Frostuzz has only appeared in Pokemon Pyrite and Aquila Versionsas an enemy Pokemon and can be obtained by the player in its form. Frostuzz is set to appear in Spin-Off games for the tenth generation and is anticipated to be appearing in a Super Smash Bros. Game under the Great Ball Item.
Frostuzz has yet to appear in the Pokemon Anime Series although is speculated to appear during the pilot episode as well as throughout the seasons with other Lunar and Night Pokemon.
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