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{{Infobox location
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|location_name=Snowpoint Temple
|map=Sinnoh Snowpoint City Map.png
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The '''Snowpoint Temple''' (Japanese: '''キッサキしんでん''' ''Kissaki Temple'') is a location in [[Snowpoint City]]. It is home to [[legendary Pokémon]] {{p|Regigigas}}. The temple cannot be entered until the [[National Pokédex]] has been obtained.
 
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Regigigas appears on the bottom floor as a statue and will not awaken unless the [[Legendary titans]]—{{p|Regice}}, {{p|Regirock}}, and {{p|Registeel}}—are in the player's [[party]]. The temple has six floors, one ground and five basements, and has many puzzles involving sliding on [[ice tile]]s.
 
==Geography==
The [[File:Snowpoint Temple is a temple at the northern-most point of the [[Sinnoh]] regionDPPt. Throughout the temple are {{DLpng|Ice tilethumb|Slippery ice tile|ice-sliding}} puzzles, and at one point {{m|Strength}} is necessary to obtain an item. The wild Pokémon that can be found inside the temple are mostly [[cave]] and {{type|Ice}} Pokémon. The Snowpoint Temple has no Trainers; only the chosen are permitted to enter the temple. On the bottom floor of the temple there is a immobilized statue of {{p|Regigigas}}. This Regigigas statue will animate when {{p|Regirock}}, {{p|Regice}}, and {{p|Registeel}} are all in the player's party and can be battled and captured.
The Snowpoint Temple is a temple at the northernmost point of the [[Sinnoh]] region. Throughout the temple are {{DL|Ice tile|Slippery ice tile|ice-sliding}} puzzles, and at one point {{m|Strength}} is necessary to obtain an item. The wild Pokémon that can be found inside the temple are mostly [[cave]] and {{type|Ice}} Pokémon. The Snowpoint Temple has no Trainers; only the chosen are permitted to enter the temple. On the bottom floor of the temple there is an immobilized statue of {{p|Regigigas}}. This Regigigas statue will animate when {{p|Regirock}}, {{p|Regice}}, and {{p|Registeel}} are all in the player's party and can be battled and captured.
 
==Items==
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{{Itemlist|Calcium|B1F; near the southeast corner|D=yes|P=yes|Pt=yes|display={{DL|Vitamin|Calcium}}}}
{{Itemlist|Full Restore|B3F; inon secondthe stonerock frombetween topthe of icestairs ''(hidden)''|D=yes|P=yes|Pt=yes|display={{DL|Potion|Full Restore}}}}
{{Itemlist|NeverMeltIce|B4F; on the south side of the room (requires {{m|Strength}})|D=yes|P=yes|display={{DL|Type[[Never-enhancingMelt itemIce|NeverMeltIce}}]]}}
{{Itemlist|Full Heal|B4F; on the south side of the room (requires {{m|Strength}})|Pt=yes|display={{DL|Status ailment healing item|Full Heal}}}}
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{{catch/entry4|215|Sneasel|yes|yes|no|Cave|50-52|all=35%|type1=Dark|type2=Ice}}
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{{catch/entry4|238|Smoochum|no|no|yes|Cave|47-, 49|all=10%|type1=Ice|type2=Psychic}}
{{catch/div|snow|B1F-B3F}}
{{catch/entry4|042|Golbat|yes|yes|no|Cave|52-54|all=35%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
{{catch/entry4|042|Golbat|no|no|yes|Cave|47-50|all=80%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
{{catch/entry4|075|Graveler|yes|yes|no|Cave|54|all=10%|type1=Rock|type2=Ground}}
{{catch/entry4|095|Onix|yes|yes|no|Cave|52-5453|all=5%|type1=Rock|type2=Ground}}
{{catch/entry4|124|Jynx|no|no|yes|Cave|47-5049|all=10%|type1=Ice|type2=Psychic}}
{{catch/entry4|208|Steelix|yes|yes|no|Cave|53-54|all=15%|type1=Steel|type2=Ground}}
{{catch/entry4|215|Sneasel|yes|yes|no|Cave|52-54|all=35%|type1=Dark|type2=Ice}}
{{catch/entry4|215|Sneasel|no|no|yes|Cave|49|all=10%|type1=Dark|type2=Ice}}
{{catch/div|snow|B2F-B3F}}
{{catch/entry4|042|Golbat|yes|yes|no|Cave|52-54|all=35%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
{{catch/entry4|042|Golbat|no|no|yes|Cave|47-50|all=80%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
{{catch/entry4|075|Graveler|yes|yes|no|Cave|54|all=10%|type1=Rock|type2=Ground}}
{{catch/entry4|095|Onix|yes|yes|no|Cave|52-53|all=5%|type1=Rock|type2=Ground}}
{{catch/entry4|124|Jynx|no|no|yes|Cave|48-50|all=10%|type1=Ice|type2=Psychic}}
{{catch/entry4|208|Steelix|yes|yes|no|Cave|53-54|all=15%|type1=Steel|type2=Ground}}
{{catch/entry4|215|Sneasel|yes|yes|no|Cave|52-54|all=35%|type1=Dark|type2=Ice}}
{{catch/entry4|042|Golbat|no|no|yes|Cave|47-50|all=80%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
{{catch/entry4|075|Graveler|yes|yes|no|Cave|56|all=10%|type1=Rock|type2=Ground}}
{{catch/entry4|124|Jynx|no|no|yes|Cave|49-, 51|all=10%|type1=Ice|type2=Psychic}}
{{catch/entry4|208|Steelix|yes|yes|no|Cave|54-56|all=20%|type1=Steel|type2=Ground}}
{{catch/entry4|215|Sneasel|yes|yes|no|Cave|54-56|all=35%|type1=Dark|type2=Ice}}
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! style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|snow}}" | B3F
! style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|snow}}" | B4F
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! style="background:#{{platinum color}}" | {{color2|000|Pokémon Platinum Version|Platinum}}
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==In the anime==
[[File:Snowpoint Temple anime.png|thumb|230px220px|Snowpoint Temple in the {{pkmn|anime}}]]
The Snowpoint Temple briefly appeared in ''[[DP128|A Pyramiding Rage!]]''. Unlike the games, [[Maria]] is===In the Templemain Guardian.series===
The Snowpoint Temple briefly appeared in ''[[DP128|A Pyramiding Rage!]]'', with its guardian being [[Maria]].
 
In ''[[DP129|Pillars of Friendship!]]'', the {{p|Regigigas}} residing in it went on rampage after [[J]] destroyed the three pillars whichthat protected it. However, it was calmed down by the end of the episode. {{FB|Pyramid King|Brandon}} later released his {{DL|Brandon's legendaryLegendary golemstitans|Regirock}}, {{DL|Brandon's legendaryLegendary golemstitans|Registeel}}, and {{DL|Brandon's legendaryLegendary golemstitans|Regice}} to undertake the position of Regigigas's guardians.
[[File:Snowpoint Temple PG.png|thumb|left|220px|Snowpoint Temple in [[Pokémon Generations]]]]
 
===In Pokémon Generations===
Snowpoint Temple made an appearance in ''[[PG01|The Adventure]]''. {{ga|Red's Pikachu}} was seen battling a {{pkmn2|wild}} {{p|Probopass}} outside of the temple, until the commotion caused Regigigas to awaken from its slumber and emerge from the temple to attack the two Pokémon.
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==In the manga==
[[File:Snowpoint Temple Adventures.png|thumb|250px|Snowpoint Temple in Pokémon Adventures]]
===In the Pokémon Adventures manga===
InThe Snowpoint Temple appeared in ''[[PS400|Bogging Down Quagsire]]'', afterwhere the{{adv|Platinum}} battlesought againstshelter [[Teamfrom Galactic]]a atsnowstorm [[Lakeinside Acuity]],it after {{adv|Platinum}}she, fainted [[Maylene]], and [[Candice]] withhad her,been seeksdefeated shelterby inside[[Jupiter]] theat Temple,[[Lake due to the heavy snowfallAcuity]]. She hearsheard a rumble coming from farther inside the Temple.temple, Sheand assumesassumed it iswas a [[wild Pokémon]]. andShe preparesprepared to capturecatch it if necessary. However, duebut toquickly thefainted strainout of the battle, she is very weak and faintsexhaustion. The [[Poké Ball]] she iswas holding slipsslipped offout of her hand and rollsrolled towards [[Reg|a large dark figure]] deeper within the temple.
 
The temple was mentioned again in ''[[PS460|All About Arceus IX]]'', where {{FB|Tower Tycoon|Palmer}} revealed that he had awakened and caught Regigigas there by borrowing [[Brandon's Legendary titans]]. However, it had proved too much for him to handle, and he was intending to {{pkmn2|released|release}} it back into the temple.
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==In the TCG==
==In other languages==
{{langtable|color={{locationcolor/light|snow}}|bordercolor={{locationcolor/dark|snow}}
|zh_cmnzh_yue=切神殿 ''Qièfēng{{tt|Chitfūng ShéndiànSàhndihn|Snowpoint Temple}}''
|zh_cmn=切鋒神殿 ''{{tt|Qièfēng Shéndiàn|Snowpoint Temple}}''
|fi=Snowpointin temppeli
|fr_eufr=Temple Frimapic
|de=Blizzach-Tempel
|it=Tempio Nevepoli
|ko=선단신전 ''Seondan Shinjeon''
|es_eupt_br=Templo Puntaneva}}Piconeve ([[PG01]])<br>Templo de Snowpoint (main series anime)
|es_la=Templo de Snowpoint
|es_eu=Templo Puntaneva
|vi=Thần điện Kissaki
}}
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[[fr:Temple Frimapic]]
[[it:Tempio Nevepoli]]
[[ja:キッサキしんでん]]
[[pt:Snowpoint Temple]]
[[zh:切锋神殿]]
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