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* AdaptationSuperpowerChange: In this series, Kronos boasts control over the flow of time due to being erroneously merged with the primordial god of it, Chronos.

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* AdaptationSuperpowerChange: AdaptationalSuperpowerChange: In this series, Kronos boasts control over the flow of time due to being erroneously merged with the primordial god of it, Chronos.


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* {{Hypocrite}}: Accuses the Olympians for their horrendous crimes, yet he sides with the Titans who are no different.


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* VillainHasAPoint: Luke despises the Olympians for being a bunch of psychopaths who use their children as slaves. He believes that they must be exterminated.


* NighInvulnerability: They're immune to the usual methods of monster killing and can only be destroyed by [[spoiler: a child of hades.]]

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* NighInvulnerability: They're immune to the usual methods of monster killing and can only be destroyed by [[spoiler: a child of hades.Hades.]]

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* AdaptationSuperpowerChange: In this series, Kronos boasts control over the flow of time due to being erroneously merged with the primordial god of it, Chronos.


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* CompositeCharacter: The book series makes the common mistake of morphing the Titan Cronus with the primordial god of time, Chronos. In the myths, they were two separate beings who did not share the same powers.


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* LuckilyMyShieldWillProtectMe: Luke having a shield to defend himself with is a major factor in his victory against Percy in ''The Sea of Monsters".


* CompleteImmortality: Unlike most divine beings in the series, Kronos simply cannot die. Period. Not even cutting him into numerous pieces will truly do the trick. [[spoiler:That said, after his essence gets scattered across the world, other characters theorize that he might never regain consciousness, let alone physcial body.]]

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* CompleteImmortality: Unlike Like most divine beings in the series, Kronos simply cannot die. Period. Not even cutting him into numerous pieces will truly do the trick. [[spoiler:That said, after his essence gets scattered across the world, other characters theorize that he might never regain consciousness, let alone physcial body.]]



* KarmicDeath: The first time around. Given that this mythology version where Kronos chopped Uranus into pieces rather than merely castrating him, Kronos suffers the exact same fate done with the exact same weapon he used.

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* KarmicDeath: The first time around. Given that this mythology version where Kronos chopped Uranus Ouranos into pieces rather than merely castrating him, Kronos suffers the exact same fate done with the exact same weapon he used.



* LeanAndMean: His original body is described as being far less impressive physically than his fellow male Titans, but even back then he had an evil gleam in his eyes and was the only Titan who willing stepped up to the task of killing Ouranos.

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* LeanAndMean: His original body is described as being far less impressive physically than his fellow male Titans, but even back then he had an evil gleam in his eyes and was the only Titan who willing stepped up to the task of killing Ouranos.


* SatanIsGood: In a sense. He is referred to once as "the good Titan" for the aid he has given to mankind with fire and curiosity in defiance of Zeus.


* AdaptationalVillainy: In the original myths, he is the only male Titan (other than Prometheus and his brother) explicitly stated ''not'' to take part in the Titanomachy. Poseidon takes notice of this and states this only proves how bad things really are, as Oceanus wouldn't have joined forces with Kronos if he didn't feel confident in him winning.

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* AdaptationalVillainy: In the original myths, he is one of the only male Titan few Titans (other than Prometheus and his brother) explicitly stated ''not'' to take part in the Titanomachy. Poseidon takes notice of this and states this only proves how bad things really are, as Oceanus wouldn't have joined forces with Kronos if he didn't feel confident in him winning.


* CryingWolf: [[spoiler:Before Kronos possessed him, he ran to Annabeth, begging her to run away with him. This was after he tricked her into taking the sky and then took her hostage. She obviously turned him down, and it was probably the right decision at the time because the boy cannot be trusted]].

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* CryingWolf: [[spoiler:Before Kronos possessed him, he ran to Annabeth, begging her to run away with him. This was after he tricked her into taking the sky and then took her hostage. She obviously turned him down, down and it was probably the right decision at the time time, because the boy cannot be trusted]].

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* ChronicBackstabbingDisorder: No matter how he claims otherwise, [[spoiler:he keeps hurting Annabeth, the only camper he has protected up until his FaceHeelTurn. Including the time where he poisoned Thalia's tree, tricked Annabeth into taking the sky, and literally wounded her at the end of book five. He doesn't realize it until the last part]].


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* CryingWolf: [[spoiler:Before Kronos possessed him, he ran to Annabeth, begging her to run away with him. This was after he tricked her into taking the sky and then took her hostage. She obviously turned him down, and it was probably the right decision at the time because the boy cannot be trusted]].


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* KickTheDog:
** He framed Percy for stealing the lightning bolt and Hades's helm, even though Percy at the time was an InnocentBystander and an UnwittingPawn. Then he tried to kill Percy after the latter survived.
** [[spoiler:Tricking Annabeth into taking the sky and then using her as a hostage was not one of his finest moments]].

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* CompleteImmortality: Unlike most divine beings in the series, Kronos simply cannot die. Period. Not even cutting him into numerous pieces will truly do the trick. [[spoiler:That said, after his essence gets scattered across the world, other characters theorize that he might never regain consciousness, let alone physcial body.]]


* {{Antivillain}}: Gradually revealed to be this as the series goes on and his more [[EvenEvilHasLovedOnes redeeming qualities]] and [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds tragic backstory]] come to the surface.

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* {{Antivillain}}: AntiVillain: Gradually revealed to be this as the series goes on and his more [[EvenEvilHasLovedOnes redeeming qualities]] and [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds tragic backstory]] come to the surface.

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* MasterSwordsman: While he eventually loses, he fights evenly with Percy in ''The Battle of the Labyrinth'' and duels Annabeth in ''The Last Olympian.''


* AttackItsWeakPoint: Only its skin is invulnerable, not the inside of its mouth. For its part, its [[GenreSavvy its entire aware of this trope]] and tries to open its mouth and eyes as little as possible while fighting.

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* AttackItsWeakPoint: Only its skin is invulnerable, not the inside of its mouth. For its part, its [[GenreSavvy its it's entire aware of this trope]] trope and tries to open its mouth and eyes as little as possible while fighting.

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* KarmicDeath: The first time around. Given that this mythology version where Kronos chopped Uranus into pieces rather than merely castrating him, Kronos suffers the exact same fate done with the exact same weapon he used.

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* SanitySlippage: The stress caused by his role in Atlas's army combined with constant failures takes a tole on his mental health. He is calculating and puts on an air of sophistication at the start of the story but behaves nearly as bestially as his appearance by the end.

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