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Ice

An Ice Warrior uses frozen cubes of ice meant for drinks to relieve herself from the heat of the beach. (COMIC: Untitled)

Ice was frozen water. It was made and used by humans to "cool the drinks". (PROSE: Deadfall)

On prehistoric Earth, an Ice Warrior spacecraft crashed and was buried in ice. (TV: The Ice Warriors) Around 3000 BC, Skaldak was frozen in ice at Earth's North Pole. (TV: Cold War)

The Cold was able to manipulate ice and use it as a weapon, and may have existed within ice itself. (PROSE: Time and Relative)

Some planets had caves made of ice. These included Marinus (TV: The Keys of Marinus) and Shabadabadon. (AUDIO: Terror Firma) On Arthur's World, Morgaine trapped the Doctor in an ice cave. (TV: Battlefield)

Other planets seemed to be completely covered in ice. These included Calufrax, (TV: The Pirate Planet) Ixon, (COMIC: The Therovian Quest) Bruhl, (PROSE: Justice of the Glacians) Serac, (COMIC: The Betrothal of Sontar) Isen VI prior to being terraformed, (COMIC: Terrorformer) a human colony visited by the Fifth Doctor and his companions (PROSE: Cold Fusion) and a planet where the Monk was once stranded. (TV: The Daleks' Master Plan)

The core of the planet Spiridon was made of ice. (TV: Planet of the Daleks)

River Song described herself in the book Melody Malone: Private Detective in Old New York Town as having "ice in her heart". (TV: The Angels Take Manhattan)

Iced tea included ice. Liz Shaw served some for herself and Ed Crowborough. (AUDIO: The Sentinels of the New Dawn)

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