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Characters, Plot, and Themes / Serge's Memory...
« on: March 13, 2004, 01:44:58 am »
Uhhh...Hmm... Bidimensional Memory Theory. Haha.

Characters, Plot, and Themes / Serge's Memory...
« on: March 06, 2004, 03:05:28 pm »
I just noticed something in Chrono Cross, and I apologize if it has been pointed out before. Throughout the game, you see FMV videos of someone falling in the water, and of Kid reaching out her hand to help someone. Could it be that these are memories of Serge, and he is actually remembering himself in BOTH worlds, where he drowned and was saved at the same time? Again, I apologize if this has been stated before.

Lavos, the Planet, and other Entities / Portals in the year 1000
« on: January 12, 2004, 02:04:06 am »
If you beat the game immediately after killing Magus you get an ending where they say that the gates couldn't have been created by Lavos.

Time, Space, and Dimensions / Arbiter, Chrono Trigger discussion.
« on: December 25, 2003, 01:56:37 am »
Ignore what I said earlier. I forgot about project Kid, and how she is the reason that Serge is pulled to that particular dimension.

Time, Space, and Dimensions / Arbiter, Chrono Trigger discussion.
« on: December 23, 2003, 03:40:35 pm »
In response to the issue concerning the splitting of dimensions, here's my answer. The game says that everytime you make a decision, it creates another dimension where you made the opposite decision. Likewise, there is a dimension where Serge lives and one where he doesn't. I think that the reason they are so close is because Serge is an important person in the timeline of the world, and the fact that he is missing in the one world draws him into it.

Lavos, the Planet, and other Entities / Information about the Entity
« on: December 21, 2003, 06:43:08 pm »
I was reading a FAQ on GameFAQs about some translation differences in Chrono Trigger and I found that the title of the last chapter of the game, "The Final Battle", is actually called "The End of the Planet's Dream" in the japanese version. This is more evidence pointing to the fact that it is most likely the planet guiding Chrono and his friends through the events of the game.

Characters, Plot, and Themes / Did crono die when porre attacked
« on: December 21, 2003, 03:20:02 pm »
That's an interesting post Fxeni, but there is one flaw: Chrono and Marle might have already had a kid before the fall of Guardia.

History, Locations, and Artifacts / True nature of Dreamstone
« on: December 20, 2003, 05:54:55 pm »
If you can Zeality, play through the Chronopolis part of Cross again, they mention that the growth of humans was because of a "Red Rock". In Trigger, they call the Dreamstone a red rock, and they say that it is what caused the humans to achieve their dreams. As to your question, my belief is that it channels the energy of Lavos, because as the game mentions several times, humans are the "Prodigy of Lavos" which would lead me to believe that they are becoming like Lavos and thus receiving chaotic energy from him. Also, I think that the Frozen Flame is just a very large piece of Dreamstone, or just one that has become sentient.

History, Locations, and Artifacts / True nature of Dreamstone
« on: December 20, 2003, 05:31:28 pm »
Yes, but I think that it's just pieces that hit the Earth before him.

History, Locations, and Artifacts / True nature of Dreamstone
« on: December 20, 2003, 05:09:59 pm »
According to Chrono Cross, the Dreamstone is a fragment of Lavos' shell. I had a strange power on the humans which resulted in their becoming intelligent. So when they say that dreamstone shaped peoples dreams in Chrono Trigger, it's just a different way of saying that Lavos made them intelligent.

Time, Space, and Dimensions / Marle's Great^12-Grandmother Paradox
« on: December 13, 2003, 08:16:31 pm »
That's true GrayLensman, but what I meant when I said that I thought it was strange that Doan still exists at the end of the game is this: Chrono and Marle continue the line of Guardia, so if the case of them all dying is true, then he wouldn't exist. If they weren't killed (fingers crossed) then I would think that he shouldn't be such a raggedy looking old man anymore. And in response to his knowing of their exploits. Everyone knew of their exploits because Lucca told them, hence all of the different ancestors and descendents being there.

Lavos, the Planet, and other Entities / Four Lavos Questions
« on: December 13, 2003, 07:46:30 pm »
The reason I don't believe in the Pocket Dimension theory is that if Chrono and co. killed Lavos in all times, he would be unable to summon back the Chronopolis which means that either this is a plot hole or more likely the battle has to have happened sometime after 7600 BC and before 1999AD

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