Snow Queen

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Snow Queen
Type Boss
Health Points 200 (HeartFull.png x 100)
Attack Strength Melee 7 (HeartFull.pngHeartFull.pngHeartFull.pngHeartHalf.png)

Ice Magic 4 (HeartFull.pngHeartFull.png)

Drops Tri-bow

Seeker Bow
(Only drops one weapon)
Packed Ice (7)
Snowball (5-9)
Snow Queen Trophy

ID snow_queen

The Snow Queen is found in a ice-encrusted room near the top of the Aurora Palace. She is perhaps the most human-like creature encountered in the Twilight Forest, resembling a woman, but with large violet eyes and pale blue skin. She is immediately hostile towards any intruders in her vicinity, launching quickly into one of three main attack patterns.


The Snow Queen rarely walks, instead flying on a saucer-shaped sled of magical ice blocks. The sled serves a powerful defense, both moving the queen up and out of range of close-range attacks, while blocking any ranged attacks made from below. To successfully attack the Snow Queen, you must anticipate her movements, attacking only when she moves close enough that you can get around the ice sled.

Summon Ice Crystals[edit]

Her usual first attack is to test the mettle of intruders by summoning a half dozen giant animated snowflakes. The snowflakes move slowly towards their target, dealing 5 (HeartFull.pngHeartFull.pngHeartHalf.png) damage on contact. They are individually less threatening than a zombie, but in groups can often overwhelm attackers. These Ice Crystals have 10 (HeartFull.pngHeartFull.pngHeartFull.pngHeartFull.pngHeartFull.png) health.

Downward Slam[edit]

If her snowflakes fall, the Snow Queen tries a slightly more direct form of attack, using her flying sled as a weapon. She moves to a position above her target, and then slams the sled downwards, usually breaking through a floor level or two in the process. She may try this attack several times in a row.

Ice Magic[edit]

Her third form of attack, reserved for only worthy opponents, is ice magic. She flies low enough to be on the same level as an opponent, and then launches a spray of damaging snowflakes ahead of her. While her low flight pattern presents many opportunities to attack, be careful, as the ice magic is extremely damaging.


The Snow Queen has few treasures, dropping either the Triple Bow or the Seeker Bow as well as a Snow Queen Trophy. She also drops some Packed Ice and Snowballs.

If the mod Immersive Engineering is installed, the Snow Queen will also drop one Epic Shader Grabbag.


While using the progression system, the entire Glacier is protected by an ice storm, while the Aurora Palace and monsters are protected by magic. Players must defeat the Alpha Yeti to surpass this protection.

Players claiming victory over the Snow Queen will end the Snow Forest phase of the adventure. If the Snow Queen is the last of the three bosses to be defeated, the Highlands will open up for exploration.

Twilight Forest Creatures
Passive Bighorn Sheep | Boar | Deer | Dwarf Rabbit | Fireflies | Penguin | Raven | Squirrel | Tiny Bird
Hostile Adherent | Block-and-Chain Goblin | Carminite Broodling | Carminite Ghastguard | Carminite Ghastling | Carminite Golem | Death Tome | Fire Beetle | Goblin Knight | Harbringer Cube | Hedge Spider | Helmet Crab | Hostile Wolf | King Spider | Kobold | Maze Slime | Minotaur | Mistwolf | Mosquito Swarm | Pinch Beetle | Redcap Goblin | Redcap Sapper | Roving Cube | Skeletal Druid | Slime Beetle | Snow Guardian | Stable Ice Core | Swarm Spider | Towerwood Borer | Troll | Unstable Ice Core | Winter Wolf | Wraith | Yeti
Progression Bosses Naga | Lich | Minoshroom | Hydra | Knight Phantom | Ur-ghast | Alpha Yeti | Snow Queen | Giant
Special Questing Ram