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"Dante's Freezer is a desolate arctic expanse that's littered with the machinery of war...soldiers and weapons frozen forever in the posture of destruction. You must find Volteer before he's lost forever."
Ignitus

Dante's Freezer is a large snowy island located some kilometers away from the Dragon Temple, only appearing in The Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning. It is large continent covered in ice and snow  surrounded by an enormous fortress. It is unknown if this fortress was built by the Dragons, by the Trolls or by the Apes, but it seems that it has fallen into the hands of the Apes. This is where Cynder imprisoned Volteer to drain his electric powers, and also the island ruled by the Ice King.

Description

The harsh climate of Dantes Freezer makes it home to only the roughest, toughest, and most enduring of creatures, for the area is constantly choked with blizzards. Its massive fort walls are barely enough to shield its inhabitants from the cold, and oftentimes make it more dangerous with falling ice sickles and slippery ramparts. Cannons and other dangerous weapons are abundant here and the Apes are skilled at using them against any dragons or wandering strangers. Dress warmly and be very careful…!

Story

Ignitus sent Spyro there to free Volteer who was imprisoned by Cynder. It was here that Spyro gains the power of Electricity. The ruler is the Ice King, but he was killed by Spyro in order to save Volteer.

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Trivia

  • It is possible that Dante's Freezer was named after Dante's Inferno, which is known to be Hell; more specifically, the Ninth Circle of Hell, which is depicted as a frozen wasteland.
  • In the DS version, Crash Bandicoot is seen in an area of Dante's Freezer being roasted over a campfire.

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