I'll offer some constructive criticism, but promise you won't take it the wrong way. I'm not saying you're stupid. I'm pointing out how you could improve in a future draft. Also, this is just one person's opinion.
For starters, if that's the whole thing, and I assume it's not, it's rather short and I think it could use some breathing room. Even for just one chapter or one part, it's pretty short, and I find myself wanting to know more about the situation being presented. What does the reader call the nameless villain or antihero? The "master" is vague and while it is rather to the point, it's pretty obvious this is a badguy. While that might be what you're going for, you could take the vagueness a step further and make him a true person of mystery, who could be portrayed as a goodguy, since his intent and motivations are ambiguous we really don't know anything about him. The name Talzar reminds me of a generic He-Man character, but if he's a badguy too that's forgivable, it certainly sounds "bad"(not poor quality, but like an evil character). So, yeah, just more. That's all I want. Either more mystery, or more evil, or more confusion, or more detail about this guy, like whether it's even a guy or a woman and I've been wrong all along, what this person looks like, are they even human or some kind of Mystic or Reptite or something else, how does this person know what happened in previous timelines after the changes have been made but not even know how to travel through time, especially if this person is just from 1020AD and doesn't have the advantage of magic from the dark ages or technology from the future, how does he know about lucca, how does this tie in to the other characters and their fates, etc.
This might sound contrary to what I just said, asking you to write more and make it longer, but hear me out. I think the whole first three paragraphs could be cut out completely and not have any effect on the actual story you're telling. They simply serve as an aside from the author to the audience, but don't work as a narrative. It's meant to be a re-cap of the events of Trigger and Cross and there are some good new ideas in there that I think would be better without the super-condensed "legends". This could be remedied by placing it within a framing device, maybe it's a character telling another character what happened in their view. It could even be the nameless villain you've already presented. But just having text blocks for the purpose of exposition makes it seem too rushed to be appreciated and reminds me a lot of Star Wars when it suddenly transitions to the narrative. You could separate it out of Chapter one into a Prologue. Personally, I think it could just go and you'd be better off.
It wasn't all bad, but there's definitely room to grow and I'm not sure if you've got a whole story planned out or are just making it up as you go, there weren't many clues either way. But really it's just jarring to have two glaringly different styles in one chapter without any formatting break between the two or any transition from one into the other.
Some things I particularly liked were the idea that a Creator would be required to truly cleanse the timeline, though the Creator might have ulterior motives that aren't necessarily "good". I liked the description of the amulet, and the clear plot to find Lucca, which I'm sure introduces a plotline I haven't seen yet that will ultimately reunite the characters we know and love for a new adventure, but again I haven't actually read any of that so keep writing!