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Ice Mountain is a location in Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time. It the first place that Larkeicus asks the hero to go to as part of his archaeological studies. Larkeicus asks the hero to check out the ruins at the top of the mountain.

The ruins atop the mountain supply energy to the mysterious gate in order to open a bridge to the tower within the game.



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Up to date as of February 07, 2010

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Location on World map
Black Knights' Fortress
Goblin Village Ice Mountain Monastery
Dwarven Mine
Ice Mountain and the surrounding area

Ice Mountain is located just north-west of the Barbarian Village, and the main entrance to the Dwarven Mine is located on its lower southern slope. It dominates northern Asgarnia, and is Asgarnia's only remaining region in which it snows year-round.

Beneath the surface, Ice Mountain is filled with a massive underground network that stretches far beyond the mountain's edges. Both the dwarves of Keldagrim and Imcando Dwarves have connected the mountain to the Dwarven Realm, leading to the establishment of subterranean Dwarven Mines, Camdozaal, and the Ice Mountain Dwarven Colony. The Kinshra formerly used the area as a slave mine, although today their only subterannean work on the mountain is in the Black Knights' Catacombs. Even further down is a complex river system where the Living Rock Caverns can be found.


Getting there

The view from the south end of Ice Mountain.

Players can walk there fairly easily from Falador (go north and north-east) and from the region of the Barbarian Village and Edgeville (go west). Other transport routes to the mountain include:

  • Use a Combat bracelet to teleport to the Monastery and go south and west. This is the faster way to reach the ramp to the mountain.
  • Cast Lassar Teleport from Ancient Magicks to teleport on top of mountain.
  • Enter the Dwarven Mines from Falador (either directly or via the Mining Guild) and travel to the mine's exit on the mountain.
  • Use the mine cart system to go to the Dwarven Mines and then exit onto the mountain. Players can enter the cart system in Keldagrim or in the tunnel under White Wolf Mountain.
  • Use a Skull sceptre and teleport to barbarian village then walk west to the mountain.

Mountain features

A view of the Black Knights' Fortress from the north end of Ice Mountain.

The mountain is accessible from its eastern side, from the ramp marked by two standing torches. Once on the mountain, you may roam freely. From the top of the ramp, go:

  • North to the Black Knights' Fortress.
  • South to the Dwarven Mine area.
  • West to climb the upper reaches of the mountain.

The mountain is dotted with dead trees. The northern peak has a White tree, which is featured in the Garden of Tranquility quest, and the Oracle, who is involved some quests (particularly Dragon Slayer) and some Treasure trail clues. The Oracle has tattered clothing, and she is white from staying in the cold so long. When talked to, she gives random pieces of advice and RuneScape versions of old sayings. On Members worlds (only), Icefiends roam the mountaintop and are good training monsters for players level 17-30.

The northern peak is excellent for sniping the guards at the nearby Black Knights' Fortress using Magic or Ranged.


In the Second Age the mountain was the site of Lassar, a vast fortress of Zaros. This fortress was destroyed and left no known ruins behind.

During the Third Age, Asgarnia as a whole was much colder than in the modern Fifth Age, and much of it saw year-round snow. Ice Mountain was far less hospitable than it is today, and wyverns dominated much of its territory.

Camdozaal, amongst other small halls, was established by the Imcando Dwarves during the late Third Age or early Fourth Age. The mountain hall became a centre of Imcando and standard dwarven society, and in roughly 700 of the Fourth Age became closely tied to Avarrocka in its battle with Zemouregal. It also managed to remain at relative peace with the goblin tribes to the west, including the Garagorshuun and Thorobshuun.

Camdozaal was destroyed by magic-fearing barbarians during the Runecrafting Crusades between 42 and 62. The ruins of the hall and its Sacred Forge were recently discovered in the Defender of Varrock quest. There are currently two rubble-filled tunnels near the forge.

In the modern Fifth Age the area became much more developed by dwarven settlers from Keldagrim and other points in the Dwarven Realm. In 164, the dwarves were pulled into the War of 164 and ultimately became united with Asgarnia. During the war, virtually all of northern Asgarnia's independent farmers were forced to abandon their farms as Lord Sulla led a violent sweep of the region.

Until the Fifth Age, Ice Mountain possessed a huge concentration of White trees. Human development left only one survivor at the top of the mountain. The tree is involved in the Garden of Tranquillity quest.

Recently, environmental disaster threatened the mountain, with heat from a coal-fed dragon-generated Power Station melting the ice and facing the icefiends with extinction. The crisis was adverted in the Perils of Ice Mountain quest.

Quests at Ice Mountain


  • According to the map of DeviousMUD (the forerunner to RuneScape), Ice Mountain was originally to be called "Snowy Mountain".
  • In the book Betrayal at Falador, the run-offs from the peak of Ice Mountain forms Ice Mountain Lake

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Up to date as of February 04, 2010

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Ice Mountain
General information


Points of interest

Ice Demon


Rebellion era

Ice Mountain was a mountain on the forest moon of Endor. It was described as being fairly far away and in an isolated location. Several years before 3 ABY, the Ewok shaman, Logray and the Dark Wizard Stagorr did battle on the slopes of Ice Mountain, resulting in a devastating loss for Stagorr. The Ice Demon was imprisoned within Ice Mountain and was unable to leave. Around 3 ABY, Stagorr summoned the Ewok Wicket W. Warrick to Ice Mountain to force Logray into a rematch. The encounter resulted in Stagorr's death, and his frozen form was left firmly implanted within Ice Mountain.


  • Ewoks 6: The Ice Demon (First appearance)

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