History Videogame / ChronoTrigger

27th Jul '16 9:19:36 PM LuciaMoore
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** Triple techs in general become this once you get to a high enough level. The maximum amount of damage a single attack can inflict is 9,999, and by the time you reach the 50s (which can easily happen thanks to NewGamePlus), many characters will be able to inflict enough damage in a single attack to kill most enemies anyway, and some will have full-screen attacks that can rival some of the triple techs, too. Eventually, having each character execute a powerful attack on their own becomes more effective than having all three combine for a single attack.
26th Jul '16 6:46:07 AM jester147
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** Much later, freeing the ghost of his old friend Cyrus from its torment gives Frog additional closure and, incidentally, [[InfinityPlusOneSword the Masamune a much-needed power boost]].

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** *** Much later, freeing the ghost of his old friend Cyrus from its torment gives Frog additional closure and, incidentally, [[InfinityPlusOneSword the Masamune a much-needed power boost]].



** OneTimeDungeon: Magus' Castle is literally swallowed up by a colossal Gate. Geno Dome is locked for good once you destroy Mother Brain. And any airborne dungeon is destined to crash.

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** * OneTimeDungeon: Magus' Castle is literally swallowed up by a colossal Gate. Geno Dome is locked for good once you destroy Mother Brain. And any airborne dungeon is destined to crash.



* PleaseSpareHimMyLiege: Schala begs for the lives of the protagonists when the Prophet tries to kill them. Even the cat meows as if to ask the same. [[Foreshadowing There's a reason this works.]]

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* PleaseSpareHimMyLiege: Schala begs for the lives of the protagonists when the Prophet tries to kill them. Even the cat meows as if to ask the same. [[Foreshadowing [[{{Foreshadowing}} There's a reason this works.]]



* TurnsRed: Some bosses use stronger counters when low on HP. Crono's shade uses Rend, which ''doubles'' the damzge it deals, while the Dream Devourer goes from removing all the attacker's MP to confusing and damaging everyone.

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* TurnsRed: Some bosses use stronger counters when low on HP. Crono's shade uses Rend, which ''doubles'' the damzge damage it deals, while the Dream Devourer goes from removing all the attacker's MP to confusing and damaging everyone.
24th Jul '16 4:32:10 PM nombretomado
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Has nothing to do with [[ChronoCrusade an anime about a nun and a demon]] despite said anime having a name that falls into the same naming convention as the game series.

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Has nothing to do with [[ChronoCrusade [[Anime/ChronoCrusade an anime about a nun and a demon]] despite said anime having a name that falls into the same naming convention as the game series.
15th Jul '16 5:34:58 PM WillKeaton
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15th Jul '16 5:34:44 PM WillKeaton
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-->-- '''[[http://socksmakepeoplesexy.net/index.php?a=trigger Pat. R]]''', "Triggers and Crosses"

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-->-- '''[[http://socksmakepeoplesexy.net/index.php?a=trigger Pat. R]]''', R,]]''' "Triggers and Crosses"
12th Jul '16 4:27:43 AM kraas
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* OutsideContextHero: Chrono & co. when they arrive in any time period that they're not native to, especially since they can do magic, something that has been lost for generations, and another member is a robot from the distant future. The main characters being completely out of context is what lead them to defeat the Reptites in 60 million BC and Magus in 600 AD. Their one big defeat happens because they aren't out of context to the people of Zeal since they can do magic, have {{Magitek}} that rivals the tech from Robo's time, and Magus is there to warn them about the heroes before they even arrive in the era.
* OutsideContextProblem: Lavos is an extraterrestrial planetary parasite, making him a ''literal'' GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere. Lavos's existence is known to various people at various times (the Zealots used it for an energy source, [[EvilIsNotAToy which wasn't that smart a move]]), but nobody knew its purpose until 1999, when [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt it woke up]].

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* OutsideContextHero: OutsideContextProblem:
** Lavos is an extraterrestrial planetary parasite, making him a ''literal'' GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere. Lavos's existence is known to various people at various times (the Zealots used it for an energy source, [[EvilIsNotAToy which wasn't that smart a move]]), but nobody knew its purpose until 1999, when [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt it woke up]].
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Chrono & co. when they arrive in any time period that they're not native to, especially since they can do magic, something that has been lost for generations, and another member is a robot from the distant future. The main characters being completely out of context is what lead them to defeat the Reptites in 60 million BC and Magus in 600 AD. Their one big defeat happens because they aren't out of context to the people of Zeal since they can do magic, have {{Magitek}} that rivals the tech from Robo's time, and Magus is there to warn them about the heroes before they even arrive in the era.
* OutsideContextProblem: Lavos is an extraterrestrial planetary parasite, making him a ''literal'' GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere. Lavos's existence is known to various people at various times (the Zealots used it for an energy source, [[EvilIsNotAToy which wasn't that smart a move]]), but nobody knew its purpose until 1999, when [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt it woke up]].
era.
12th Jul '16 4:24:39 AM kraas
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* OutsideContextProblem:
** Lavos is an extraterrestrial planetary parasite, making him a ''literal'' GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere. Lavos's existence is known to various people at various times (the Zealots used it for an energy source, [[EvilIsNotAToy which wasn't that smart a move]]), but nobody knew its purpose until 1999, when [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt it woke up]].
** Chrono & co. when they arrive in any time period that they're not native to, especially since they can do magic, something that has been lost for generations, and another member is a robot from the distant future. The main characters being completely out of context is what lead them to defeat the Reptites in 60 million BC and Magus in 600 AD. Their one big defeat happens because they aren't out of context to the people of Zeal since they can do magic, have {{Magitek}} that rivals the tech from Robo's time, and Magus is there to warn them about the heroes before they even arrive in the era.

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* OutsideContextProblem:
** Lavos is an extraterrestrial planetary parasite, making him a ''literal'' GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere. Lavos's existence is known to various people at various times (the Zealots used it for an energy source, [[EvilIsNotAToy which wasn't that smart a move]]), but nobody knew its purpose until 1999, when [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt it woke up]].
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OutsideContextHero: Chrono & co. when they arrive in any time period that they're not native to, especially since they can do magic, something that has been lost for generations, and another member is a robot from the distant future. The main characters being completely out of context is what lead them to defeat the Reptites in 60 million BC and Magus in 600 AD. Their one big defeat happens because they aren't out of context to the people of Zeal since they can do magic, have {{Magitek}} that rivals the tech from Robo's time, and Magus is there to warn them about the heroes before they even arrive in the era.era.
* OutsideContextProblem: Lavos is an extraterrestrial planetary parasite, making him a ''literal'' GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere. Lavos's existence is known to various people at various times (the Zealots used it for an energy source, [[EvilIsNotAToy which wasn't that smart a move]]), but nobody knew its purpose until 1999, when [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt it woke up]].
11th Jul '16 6:25:08 PM Discar
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* OutsideContextHero: Chrono & co. when they arrive in any time period that they're not native to, especially since they can do magic, something that has been lost for generations, and another member is a robot from the distant future. The main characters being completely out of context is what lead them to defeat the Reptites in 60 million BC and Magus in 600 AD. Their one big defeat happens because they aren't out of context to the people of Zeal since they can do magic, have {{Magitek}} that rivals the tech from Robo's time, and Magus is there to warn them about the heroes before they even arrive in the era.
* OutsideContextProblem: Lavos is an extraterrestrial planetary parasite, making him a ''literal'' GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere. Lavos's existence is known to various people at various times (the Zealots used it for an energy source, [[EvilIsNotAToy which wasn't that smart a move]]), but nobody knew its purpose until 1999, when [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt it woke up]].

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* OutsideContextHero: OutsideContextProblem:
** Lavos is an extraterrestrial planetary parasite, making him a ''literal'' GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere. Lavos's existence is known to various people at various times (the Zealots used it for an energy source, [[EvilIsNotAToy which wasn't that smart a move]]), but nobody knew its purpose until 1999, when [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt it woke up]].
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Chrono & co. when they arrive in any time period that they're not native to, especially since they can do magic, something that has been lost for generations, and another member is a robot from the distant future. The main characters being completely out of context is what lead them to defeat the Reptites in 60 million BC and Magus in 600 AD. Their one big defeat happens because they aren't out of context to the people of Zeal since they can do magic, have {{Magitek}} that rivals the tech from Robo's time, and Magus is there to warn them about the heroes before they even arrive in the era.
* OutsideContextProblem: Lavos is an extraterrestrial planetary parasite, making him a ''literal'' GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere. Lavos's existence is known to various people at various times (the Zealots used it for an energy source, [[EvilIsNotAToy which wasn't that smart a move]]), but nobody knew its purpose until 1999, when [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt it woke up]].
era.
10th Jul '16 5:49:24 PM kraas
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* OutsideContextProblem:
** The heroes when they arrive in any time period that they're not native to, especially since they can do magic, something that has been lost for generations, and another member is a robot from the distant future. The main characters being completely out of context is what lead them to defeat the Reptites in 60 million BC and Magus in 600 AD. Their one big defeat happens because they aren't out of context to the people of Zeal since they can do magic, have {{Magitek}} that rivals the tech from Robo's time, and Magus is there to warn them about the heroes before they even arrive in the era.
** Lavos is an extraterrestrial planetary parasite, making him a ''literal'' GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere. Lavos's existence is known to various people at various times (the Zealots used it for an energy source, [[EvilIsNotAToy which wasn't that smart a move]]), but nobody knew its purpose until 1999, when [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt it woke up]].

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* OutsideContextProblem:
** The heroes
OutsideContextHero: Chrono & co. when they arrive in any time period that they're not native to, especially since they can do magic, something that has been lost for generations, and another member is a robot from the distant future. The main characters being completely out of context is what lead them to defeat the Reptites in 60 million BC and Magus in 600 AD. Their one big defeat happens because they aren't out of context to the people of Zeal since they can do magic, have {{Magitek}} that rivals the tech from Robo's time, and Magus is there to warn them about the heroes before they even arrive in the era.
** * OutsideContextProblem: Lavos is an extraterrestrial planetary parasite, making him a ''literal'' GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere. Lavos's existence is known to various people at various times (the Zealots used it for an energy source, [[EvilIsNotAToy which wasn't that smart a move]]), but nobody knew its purpose until 1999, when [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt it woke up]].
3rd Jul '16 4:36:34 PM Discar
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* OutsideContextHero: The heroes when they arrive in any time period that they're not native to, especially since they can do magic, something that has been lost for generations, and another member is a robot from the distant future. The main characters being completely out of context is what lead them to defeat the Reptites in 60 million BC and Magus in 600 AD. Their one big defeat happens because they aren't out of context to the people of Zeal since they can do magic, have {{Magitek}} that rivals the tech from Robo's time, and Magus is there to warn them about the heroes before they even arrive in the era.
* OutsideContextVillain: Lavos is an extraterrestrial planetary parasite, making him a ''literal'' GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere. Lavos's existence is known to various people at various times (the Zealots used it for an energy source, [[EvilIsNotAToy which wasn't that smart a move]]), but nobody knew its purpose until 1999, when [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt it woke up]].

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* OutsideContextHero: OutsideContextProblem:
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The heroes when they arrive in any time period that they're not native to, especially since they can do magic, something that has been lost for generations, and another member is a robot from the distant future. The main characters being completely out of context is what lead them to defeat the Reptites in 60 million BC and Magus in 600 AD. Their one big defeat happens because they aren't out of context to the people of Zeal since they can do magic, have {{Magitek}} that rivals the tech from Robo's time, and Magus is there to warn them about the heroes before they even arrive in the era.
* OutsideContextVillain: ** Lavos is an extraterrestrial planetary parasite, making him a ''literal'' GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere. Lavos's existence is known to various people at various times (the Zealots used it for an energy source, [[EvilIsNotAToy which wasn't that smart a move]]), but nobody knew its purpose until 1999, when [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt it woke up]].
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