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Chrono / Gameplay Casual Discussion / Re: ROMs?
« on: May 01, 2012, 06:22:15 am »
more like if we could lol nvm

Chrono / Gameplay Casual Discussion / ROMs?
« on: April 30, 2012, 04:02:22 am »
can we still link to roms? Particularly cross?

That's a little too presumptuous don't you think? Oh well, point is, it is entirely possible that he exists in the timeline after 1999 AD. (And then in chrono brake he is the new dictator of the world!!!! ^__^)

Magus doesn't HAVE to appear in the timeline before 12000 BC. Keep in mind two things: 1) we know nothing of the future after 1999 is that the world is being over run by robots that are attacking humans, and the world has been destroyed. Some humans lived through Lavos and others out lived the robots 2) Magus didn't start the mystic war. At least, we have no proof he did. Rather he took advantage of a situation. (that's what I always thought at least)

Why are we arguing about Hekran, Can't we all agree that Magus was going to summon Lavos either way cathedral or not. We know enough about Magus to know he was gonna summon Lavos eventually and didn't care about the mystics at all.

Well Option 1 was more of they demanded immediate action.

Just something interesting I realized today. Anyone think SE will be scumbags and renew it only to not make it again?

I would like to think the mystic war wasn't really a victory in the real timeline. Here's my logic:

If I remember correctly before the bridge battle with ozzie, the bridge is destroyed in 1000AD. And after the bridge is still there. The bridge's repair after the first raid is finished right after you complete the first visit to 600AD. In the battle with Ozzie before you show up, the Knights of the Square Table are dying left and right. Perhaps in a last resort to protect the kingdom, the KotS destroy the bridge. This would cut off the Mystic's advance. The only other mystics to be known in North Zenan Continent seem to be the ones near the gate and the ones the Yarka brought with him. (You could assuming they all belong to Yarka, although it really doesn't matter) This destruction of the Bridge could be seen as a "victory" as it protected the kingdom from the mystic's advance.

Regarding the Masamune, Cyrus's battle with Magus is what destroyed it. That's why Glenn had a piece and the other was in the mountain. This happens before the timeline is corrupted. So it should still remain.

As for Magus, it boils down to this. Does he still have a reason to still summon Lavos? He obviously lied to the Mystics by saying it was his weapon to destroy the humans. Heckran and Ozzie both seem to confirm this. However the question remains how long is it between the battle with ozzie on the bridge and Magus's lair. It would have to be quite a bit because you have to fix the Masamune first. Although this could be kinda unimportant if you consider the tampering with timeline, but I'm going to use this as a starting point at least. There is a decent amount of time between the battle with Ozzie and the day of the raid on magus's lair. It's possible that in the real timeline the mystics got rowdy and refused to give him a chance to "create" Lavos. He then lives out his life and dies as the Mystic Sultan. Then there's option 2 he tries to summon Lavos, and instead get's pulled into his pocket dimension to die. Option 3, he fails to summon Lavos and gets transported somewhere else in time. (I personally LOVE this option because this leaves the room for TTI to have be anywhere in the timeline, can you cay Chrono Brake!? OH AND THEN THERE IS THE SECOND MAGUS FROM DS!!!!!!) Then there is the terribly improbable option 4, he summons Lavos and Lavos rises to the surface to kill him.

Option 1,2, and 3 are the only real likely ones, but I'd only like to accept 2. This would explain why there is no record of any further raids and why Heckran made a reference to Lavos. Option 1 and 3 are still possibilities but they assume too much in my opinion. Option 1 is possible as nothing is really known of Magus before any timeline interference, so for all we know Magus never dies in the original timeline. Option 3 is possible because there is no reference to Lavos before any timeline interference.

This really isn't funny. I've been hurt too many times. :cry: :cry: :cry:

Fan Projects / Re: So this Chrono Trigger fan game...
« on: March 10, 2012, 05:01:53 pm »

General Discussion / Re: Video Game Discussion Thread
« on: February 07, 2012, 11:24:20 pm »
Final Fantasy XIII-2 is probably the closest thing to come to a combination of CT and CC...

I have been playing for about 25 hours now and have barely scratched the surface trying to do everything possible in each area. It is really good, better than most of the negative reviews are making it out to be. Has anyone played it yet? I really think every compendiumite should try it out. There's no harm in renting it, right?

I've been doing everything in all the times, minus the things that require new game plus. Its gameplay is what I wanted with 13.

Chrono / Gameplay Casual Discussion / Re: Can't rename Serge "Crono"
« on: January 18, 2012, 01:22:26 am »
Well I for one am shocked. Wish this was in the encyclopedia. This trivia stuff is nice to know.

Ito may be the most important person at Square-Enix and in FF. I would post a link to the wikipedia article, but today is 1/18 or rather fuck sopa day. :oops:

...I think 12 is the best

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