Pokémon Legends: Arceus – Where To Find (& Catch) Froslass

Pokémon Legends: Arceus - Where To Find (& Catch) Froslass

Pokémon Legends: Arceus brings back Froslass, the Ghost- and Ice-type Pokémon. Trainers will be able to find and capture one in Alabaster Islands.

Froslass can be found and captured in Pokémon Legends: Arceus. This Pokémon initially debuted back in Pokémon Diamond and Pearl for the Nintendo DS. A big part of that generation was introducing new evolutions to classic Pokémon. Fan-favorites like Magmar and Electabuzz were given new forms with Magmortar and Electivire, each with their own unique evolution methods. Froslass is possibly one of the most difficult to collect because of its strict evolution requirement. Froslass is the evolved form of the Ice-type Pokémon Snorunt, which is fairly common to find in Pokémon Legends: Arceus.

The thing about Snorunt is that it has the chance to evolve into two different Pokémon. Snorunt will evolve into Glalie once it reaches level 42. Although, a female Snorunt that is given a Dawn Stone will evolve into Froslass. The gender ratio for Snorunt is 50/50, meaning that trainers have equal odds of running into a male Snorunt as they do a female Snorunt. In Pokémon Legends: Arceus, there is a way to skip this entire process and just capture a Froslass directly. Although, it will have to wait until the player has access to Alabaster Icelands.


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Froslass can spawn in the wild exclusively in Alabaster Icelands, the final unlockable location on the map. It has the chance to appear nearby Pearl Settlement, Bonechill Wastes, Avalanche Slopes, and Icebound Falls. Those trainers looking to find Alpha Froslass can locate it over at Icebound Falls. It’ll be difficult to miss because of how much bigger it is than the other Froslass. Try to use Smoke Bombs or nearby grass to get close enough without alerting it.

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Throwing out a Pokémon berry or other food item will help keep it distracted. Approach it slowly from the back and hit it with a Poké Ball to increase the chances of it capturing. If it breaks out, battle it using Agile Moves to weaken it without making it faint. Since Froslass is a Ghost and Ice-type Pokémon, it’s weak to Rock, Ghost, Steel, Fire, and Dark-type attacks. It’s important to consider this when making a proper Pokémon team composition.

A proper team will have Pokémon of tons of different types to help counter other enemy Pokémon. For example, Froslass is completely immune to Normal and Fighting-type attacks, preventing it from taking damage at all from these moves. It also resists Poison, Bug, and Ice-type attacks. Trainers shouldn’t have much trouble beating the main game but the post-game is where the difficulty really ramps up. Trainers will notice the difficulty spike once they reach Alabaster Icelands in Pokémon Legends: Arceus for the first time. Regardless, capturing Froslass is required in order to complete the Pokédex.

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Pokémon Legends: Arceus is available now on Nintendo Switch.

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