Art and info by Tornadospeed
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Coldflower looks like a small flower with five ice blue petals and a deep blue center with a simple face.
Coldflowers are small, about the size of an American quarter. They require few nutrients to survive, but will perish if they become too hot. They are light and aerodynamic, allowing them to be easily carried by the wind. Thus, they are common in cold and windy areas of the world.
- The name Coldflower is derived from the English words cold and flower.
- It was originally called "Blueflower", just as Warmflower was going to be Redflower, however "Blueflower" is already a pre-evolution of Berryblue.