Before the events of Mega Man 10, Chill Man's primary job as an arctic natural observation robot was to stop glacial melting caused by global warming. He enjoys photography and uses photos of his experiences in the arctic to raise awareness on the Internet of the importance of nature. 
Chill Man runs and slides around firing his Chill Spike in order to either get you to run into the spikes or to freeze you so he can jump on you.
On Easy Mode, Chill Man only fires one Chill Spike at the ground toward you.
On Normal Mode, Chill Man fires two Chill Spikes, one toward the ground near you and one higher toward you which will hit the wall if evaded.
On Hard Mode, Chill Man often fires three Chill Spikes instead of two when using it. He also has a new attack which has him jump to the top middle of the room and creates five Chill Spikes in a semicircle around him.
Solar Blaze is best against him as it can melt the Chill Spike and still hit him.
Damage Data Chart
Displays the amount of damage in units that Chill Man will receive from each Special Weapon in Mega Man 10.
|Mega Man 10|
|Mega Buster||Proto Buster||Triple Blade||Water Shield||Commando Bomb||Chill Spike||Thunder Wool||Rebound Striker||Wheel Cutter||Solar Blaze||Mirror Buster||Screw Crusher||Ballade Cracker|
- *For Proto Buster, the first is normal hit: the second is charged up.
Enemies in Chill Man's stage, a robotic glacier field:
- Kaona Geeno
- Shield Attacker TRL
- R Suzy
- Tsurare Stamp (does not appear in Easy mode)
- Count Bomb
- Cargou Q (Hard Mode only)
- Sprinklan (Hard Mode only)
- Oshitsu Osarettsu (Hard Mode only)
Chill Man appears in the Archie Comics Mega Man series, debuting in the Worlds Collide arc as part of the Robot Master army. He fared poorly during the battle, even getting the crystal around his head shattered by Knuckles the Echidna.
- Chill Man and Pump Man are the only Robot Masters in Mega Man 10 to have faces, as the others just have black slits with eyes in.
- Chill Man's name is written as "Chilled Man" in Japanese, but his name is written as Chill Man in the Japanese version of the game, and was most likely done to conserve space in the stage selection menu. Bomb Man has a similar issue, his name being written as "Bomb Man" in all games he appears (including Japanese games) while his name translates as "Bomber Man", which was only used in Mega Man's Soccer. Though it should also be noted that Bomb Man's name was changed in overseas releases to avoid legal conflict with another video game franchise, Bomberman.
- Chill Man's pose for Mega Man 10 artwork is very similar to Tornado Man's pose for Mega Man 9 artwork, only with his hands in different positions.
- Chill Man is the first known ice themed Robot Master to have at least one buster. The others have hands and snow gloves.