Cold resistance/ko

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Cold resistance is a fairly important resistance to have. It will protect against most cold attacks and reduce slipping on ice. However, most cold attacks will still freeze potions, destroying them.

Cold resistance is fairly easy to obtain through eating corpses. White dragons provide cold resistance, as do most "cold" monsters, like blue jellies and winter wolves. The Valkyrie starts out with intrinsic cold resistance, being from the frigid Northlands, and Monks get cold resistance at XL 13; any character may gain resistance by crowning. Extrinsic sources of cold resistance include white dragon scales, white dragon scale mail, and the ring of cold resistance, as well as Frost Brand when wielded.

Monsters that are resistant to cold but not to fire are considered vulnerable to fire and take double damage from fireballs[1] and 7 more points of damage from rays of fire.[2] This never applies to your character, even while polymorphed.


Intrinsic cold resistance can be obtained from eating the following corpses and globs:

몬스터 Conduct Difficulty 확률 Notes
갈색 곰팡이 vegan 2 3%
회색 푸딩 vegetarian 4 7% 산성
갈색 푸딩 vegetarian 6 7% 산성
검정 푸딩 meaty 12 7% 산성
젤라티너스 큐브 vegan 6 10% 산성
살점 골렘 meaty 10 12%
파랑 젤리 vegan 5 13%
크로마틱 드래곤 meaty 23 17% 독성, 원시인 퀘스트 nemesis
겨울 늑대 새끼 meaty 7 33%
예티 meaty 7 33%
서리 거인 meaty 13 33%
겨울 늑대 meaty 9 47%
얼음 트롤 meaty 12 60%
흰색 용 meaty 20 100%


You feel full of hot air.
You gained intrinsic cold resistance by eating a corpse or tin.
You feel warm!
당신은 레벨을 얻음으로 본질적 냉기 저항을 얻었습니다.
You feel cooler!
You lost intrinsic cold resistance due to level drain or a gremlin attack.
You feel mildly chilly.
You were frozen, but suffered no damage due to cold resistance.

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