Blizland

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Blizland
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Greater location Dream Island
Inhabitants Chaos, Shy Guys, Toads, Blizza
First appearance Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games (2009)

Blizland is the sixth and final area in the DS version of Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games. The Snow Spirit of this area is Blizza. This area was turned into a mixture of Bowser's Castle and Dr. Eggman's Factory by Bowser and Dr. Eggman. Frosty is held hostage by Dry Bowser here.

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  • Blizland was named for the violent blizzards that visit the island.
  • Blizland is sheltered from snow storms by the walls of the castle and base.
  • Dr. Eggman hopes to one day turn the entire world into Eggmanland.
  • Shy Guy Adventure Log 4: Trusting that he would be paid for his work, the Shy Guy labored tirelessly. But with castle and base not finished, he remained unpaid. To be Continued...
  • Bowser has many underlings, including Goombas, Boos and Bullet Bills.
  • Chao Adventure Log 5: The Chaos watched over them as they built the castle and base. They gave the Chaos a warm welcome. To Be Continued...
  • You can switch the Treasure Detector on or off from the item screen on the menu.
  • Wario and Waluigi aren't brothers.
  • Bowser Jr. once drew graffiti all over town with a magic brush.
  • Shy Guy Adventure Log 6: The Shy Guy and his friends continued to work in the cold with no pay. They eventually completed the work, but were so hungry they could no longer move. They now have no choice but to wait patiently for someone to rescue them. The End.
  • Chao Adventure Log 6: The Chaos thought nothing when told the strangers' names were Bowser and Eggman. The Chaos were cold without a roof over their heads, but happily accepted a new home. However, the Chaos are now beginning to hope someone will come rescue them. The End.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Spanish Ventíscalon