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Snow monster (Be Cold, Scooby-Doo!)
Snow monster (Be Cold, Scooby-Doo!)
Vital Statistics
Alias Mr. Roundy
Species Snow creature
Gender Male
Eye color Light blue (black sclera)
Other Statistics
Identity Heidi Ho Swift
Reason To get rid of the tourists and the research station that blocking the completion of the Double Black Diamond slope
Production Details
First appearance BCSD: Be Cold, Scooby-Doo!
Played by Dee Bradley Baker

The snow monster was the disguise of Heidi Ho Swift. She was actually wearing a snowman called Mr. Roundy as a suit.

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History

Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!

Heidi Ho Swift unmasked

Heidi Ho Swift unmasked.

The monster first attacks a man looking for snowman decorations when he tried to remove his nose.

He later chased Shaggy and Scooby while they were sliding down the slope but they escaped the monster by jumping across a chasm.

Not long after he pursued them again into the woods, but they escaped again after a winter song.

He ambushed the gang at the top of the ski lift and chased them all over the slope until they finally lost him.

He showed up one more time when Fred acts as bait, he avoids the traps set up by the gang and dodged the snowballs thrown by Daphne, with only one left she throws it at Fred which causes him to wipe-out into a snowball bringing the monster, Shaggy and Scooby with him, they all crashed right by the lodge.

He was unmasked as Heidi Ho Swift who wanted to have the slopes all to herself by using the legend of the monster to scare away the tourists.

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