Job: Warrior
Family: Snoll
Weak to: Fire

Mission Boss

Snoll Tzar

Zone Level Drops Steal Spawns Notes
Bearclaw Pinnacle 1 A, T(S), M
7,000~7,500 HP
A = Aggressive; NA = Non-Aggresive; L = Links; S = Detects by Sight; H = Detects by Sound;
HP = Detects Low HP; M = Detects Magic; Sc = Follows by Scent; T(S) = True-sight; T(H) = True-hearing
JA = Detects job abilities; WS = Detects weaponskills; Z(D) = Asleep in Daytime; Z(N) = Asleep at Nighttime; A(R) = Aggressive to Reive participants


  • Appears in battlefield event for Promathia Mission 5-3/Ulmia Path.
  • You have 45 seconds to defeat it before it will use Hypothermal Combustion, which will result in failure. The snoll will start to inflate as it approaches destruction.
  • Using Shu'Meyo Salt on it will delay Hypothermal Combustion by 20 seconds, buying more time to kill it. Salt cannot be reapplied again until it "shakes it off."
  • Uses the following special attacks:
  • Arctic Impact: AoE ice damage (~275)
  • Berserk
  • Cold Wave: Severe frost effect (~31/tic) AoE
  • Hiemal Storm: Very high icy breath damage (over 600)
  • It's recommended to try to stun Cold Wave and Hiemal Storm, if possible, as they can result in severe damage.

Historical Background

Tzar (also spelled Tsar or Czar) is a Slavic title identical to “emperor”. Sovereigns in Russia from 1480-1917, in Bulgaria from 913-1018, 1185-1422, and 1908-1946, and in Serbia during the 14th Century used the title Tzar. The feminine form of Tzar is Tzarina (or Czarina). Tzar is derived from the Roman title for emperor, “Caesar” (the Roman word for emperor was imperator). The word Kaiser is also derived from Caesar (and applies primarily to emperors in Germanic lands).

In the English language (specifically in North America), the term czar has come to refer to an expert in a field who has the power to implement policy (e.g. drug czar).

The name Snoll Tzar may derive from the idea of Tzar being a high-ranking title associated with colder lands (e.g. Russia), as compared with king or queen (e.g. Bomb King, Bomb Queen). It may also stem from the term “snow czar”, which refers to a city official in the US or Canada (usually in the city’s Department of Transportation) who is charged with removing the snow from a snowstorm or blizzard and commands a fleet of snow plows. Another possibility is that the name comes from the Tsar Bomba, which was the largest nuclear explosion in history tested out by the Soviet Union with a yield of 50 megatons of TNT.