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Kingcold by maffo1989-d8el5ic

Summary

King Cold (コルド大王) is the father of both Cooler and Frieza, and the "secret" leader of the Frieza Force. Like Frieza and Cooler, King Cold's name also refers to low temperatures.

Powers and Stats

Tier: 4-C

Name: King Cold, Cold

Origin: Dragon Ball

Gender: Male

Age: Several Decades

Classification: Alien Tyrant

Power and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, True Flight, Chi Manipulation, Telekinesis, Martial Arts, Can alter his body structure and create a lower form, Can survive in space

Attack Potency: Star level (Comparable to Frieza, and was stated to have been the only one to harm him in his final form before Son Goku)

Speed: FTL+

Lifting Strength: Unknown

Striking Strength: Star Class

Durability: Star level (Should be as durable as Frieza)

Stamina: Extremely high

Range: Standard melee range. Extended melee range with Trunks sword. At least Planetary with ki blasts and attacks.

Standard Equipment: His Battle Armor, Trunks sword

Intelligence: Cold is fairly intelligent and was the secret leader of the Frieza Force.

Weaknesses: King Cold can be somewhat cowardly.

Notable Attacks/Techniques:

  • Ki Blast: The most basic form of energy wave.
  • Energy wave: One of King Cold's attacks.
  • Dirty Slash: The sword slash King Cold attempted on Future Trunks. King Cold seems to have some knowledge of swords and sword fighting.
  • Full Power Death Beam: A powered up version of the Death Beam.
  • Super Explosive Wave: He creates a massive explosion with himself as the nexus.
  • Telekinesis: Used to shatter the cockpit window of his ship, causing Fisshi, one of his soldiers, to be ejected into space.

Others

Notable Victories:

Notable Losses:

Inconclusive Matches:

Start a Discussion Discussions about King Cold

  • Frieza race Immortality type 2

    8 messages
    • Antvasima wrote:Well, Shenron likely kept him alive for long enough so that the machine could do the rest of the work. It is magic. It is ...
    • Well, in any case, Shenron's involvement makes your interpretation very subjective and uncertain. Sorry, but end of discussion.