Olmec: One of the bravest explorers in Africa was the Reverend Charles New, a missionary who was the first man to reach the snows of Mount Kilimanjaro. The tallest mountain in Africa, Kilimanjaro has snow atop it year round. In 1866, Reverend New called to Tofiki, his cook and Native guide.
Reverend: Come, Tofiki, get packing. We're going higher up the mountain than anyone's ever gone before.
Tofiki: What Uganga is the Mazunga up to now?
Olmec: ...thought Tofiki. But he faithfully led the way. For days, they struggled upward until, exhausted and with only fruit left to eat, they made camp early. But Reverend New saw something reflecting the moonlight. He walked a little further, and there at his feet lay a huge expanse of snow.
Reverend: Tofiki, Tofiki, come here!
Olmec: Picturing the missionary in the mouth of a leopard, Tofiki grabbed his spear and came running.
Reverend: It's snow, Tofiki, snow.
Tofiki: Snow? Jeez, Boss. Don't scare me like that.
Reverend: But you don't understand.
Olmec: Tofiki just turned and stomped back to the campsite, but the excited Reverend chopped off a piece of the hard-packed snow. And Legend has it that later, Tofiki, ever the chef, squeezed the last of the oranges over the ice, creating the first snow cone, which, oddly enough, made its way to The Temple. Your task is to retrieve The Snow Cone of Mount Kilimanjaro and bring it back here.
Kirk: Thank you, Olmec. So tell us, where is The Snow Cone?
Olmec: The Snow Cone of Mount Kilimanjaro can be found in The Room of the Ancient Warriors.
Known Temple Guard locations: The Tomb of the Headless Kings and The Dark Forest.
The Snow Cone was located in The Room of the Ancient Warriors.