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Blizzard in a Bottle

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Blizzard in a Bottle
  • Blizzard in a Bottle item spriteold Blizzard in a Bottle item sprite
  • Blizzard in a Bottle equipped
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Statistics
Type
TooltipAllows the holder to double jump
Rarity1*Rarity level: 1
Sell10000*1
Research1 required

The Blizzard in a Bottle is an accessory which works similarly to the Cloud in a Bottle, allowing the player to double-jump. Instead of a cloud being produced when the player jumps, a trail of snow is produced at the player's feet, accelerating the player 8 blocks upwards. Put together with their first jump, the player can reach up to 14 blocks.

The Blizzard in a Bottle can be found in Frozen Chests in the Ice biome, and it can be dropped from Frozen CratesDesktop version and Boreal CratesDesktop version.

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  • Unlike the Cloud in a Bottle, the Blizzard in a Bottle grants the player a horizontal speed boost for the duration of the second jump. This allows the player to quickly change directions in mid-air while maintaining some speed, allowing the Hermes Boots or any of its upgrades to quickly get back up to top speed.
Stackability of jump-enhancing accessories
Items that are in the same row will not stack in regard to the respective effect.
Effect Items

Blizzard double jump
  • With the Shiny Red Balloon equipped, total jump height increases to 25 blocks (10½ blocks + 14½ blocks); in other words, the maximum possible height that can be fallen before beginning to take fall damage.
  • The Blizzard jump goes higher than the Cloud and Tsunami jumps, but lower than the Fart and Sandstorm jumps.
  • The double-jump can be used as a fall safety device; use it shortly before hitting the ground to reset your fall damage and land safely.

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