This peaceful but defensive bright blue hybrid of chicken and lizards is the arctic version of the Chizzard. It spawns on Snow, in Mountains, Tundras, Taigas, Frozen Deserts, icy planes and ice-covered oceans during the day.
|Health:||300 health points (75 hits with a Twig)|
|Time to tame:||Becomes your friend in 10 seconds|
|Attack(s):||Talon Strike: Normal attack. Blizzard Chizzard will "fly" in place, striking players with both talons, while squawking angrily.
Dive Bomb: Special attack. Blizzard Chizzard will fly around its initial casting location in a figure 8 pattern. After the figure 8, Chizzard will dive towards players, squawking angrily. May stun players.
Freeze! (passive): Blizzard Chizzard's attacks all have a chance to cause freezing DoT to players. Special attacks seem to have an even higher chance.
|Location:||Any place with Snow and/or Ice during the day; Taigas, Mountains, Frozen Deserts, Tundras, Ice floes|
|Additional note(s):||Dive bomb's flying animation does not match up with the Blizzard Chizzard's hitbox, you'll have to aim at the ground when it's flying (red cursor) to hit it like all species of Chizzards.|
Like the Chizzard, Blizzard Chizzards too fly up when attacking occasionally, sometimes performing an aerial swoop as a special attack. However when it attacks, the Blizzard Chizzard often does extra cold damage over time, though the effect only lasts ca. 3 seconds.
Before April 2017, to kill a Blizzard Chizzard, you had to strike them 50 times with a Twig, 27 times with a Wood Sword, 21 times with a Stone Sword, 11 times with an Obsidian Sword, 6 times with an Iron Sword, 5 times with a Diamond Sword, or 4 times with a Lumite Sword. With update R41 the hitpoints of Blizzard Chizzards have been reduced.
You can harvest the same matrials plus Blizzard Chizzard Eggs from tamed Blizzard Chizzard Pets, but you will only receive eggs if you have fed your pet it's preferred type of Food. Flying animations of the Blizzard Chizzard won't necessarily interrupt the taming process, however the loops can be a problem, and the knockbacks too.