Chrono Trigger (Item)
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The Chrono Trigger, as it appears in Chrono Trigger.
|SNES/PSX Name||C. Trigger|
|Equipment Type||Key Item|
|Description||An egg-like object capable of conjuring miracles.|
- "It is pure potential. By unleashing a specific course of events, it can have a powerful effect on time."
- — Gaspar
The Chrono Trigger (also known as C. Trigger in the SNES/PS version), or the Time Egg (時のたまご toki no tamago?) as it is known in Chrono Cross is an important egg-like item that appears in Chrono Trigger, Chrono Cross, and Radical Dreamers. Its very shape is a metaphor for possibility.
Chrono Trigger[edit | edit source]
In Chrono Trigger, the Chrono Trigger is an egg-like item given to Marle and her party by Gaspar to help bring Crono back to life after he is killed by Lavos. Gaspar says that the egg has the potential to revive Crono. He also says that to hatch it, you have to treat it like an egg, though like an egg, it may or may not hatch.
Afterward, the party travels to 2300 A.D. and talk to Belthasar. He reveals to them that Death Peak has the power to restore life. However, he says that the "deceased must be important to the space-time continuum" and that they must have a clone identical to the deceased person. He also tells them that the magician, Norstein Bekkler, can make clones and hint that he is at the Millennial Fair.
The party then travels to Present and find Bekkler at the fair. They play a game and depending on how long they stay in it, the price for the clone will be lowered. They eventually win the game and the clone of Crono is brought to Crono's House. So the party ventures to his house, takes the clone, and head to 2300 A.D. to the Keeper's Dome.
At the dome, Belthasar tells them they must next go to Death Peak. He brings out a Nu that had its memory banks implemented with a program that will help them climb the mountain. Three Poyozo Dolls fly out of the Nu and head to Death Peak. Belthasar's message ends and asks that they shut off the Nu, which they do. They then head to Death Peak.
They travel to the mountain and climb it with the aid of the three entities from Belthasar's program. Along the way, they overcome various monsters and Lavos spawns. When they reach the summit, they release the Chrono Trigger. Marle's pendant reacts to the egg and sends power to the egg. Eventually, they pop up where they fought Lavos just before Crono was killed, though time has been frozen. They replace the clone with Crono, who suddenly starts moving, making the mission of reviving Crono a success.
Chrono Cross[edit | edit source]
Time Egg in Chrono Cross.
|Item Type||Key Item|
|Description||A legendary item that is a complete enigma. It is believed to break the bonds of time.|
- Found at: During the first playthrough, after beating Terra Tower. In New Game+, when you wake up in Arni for the first time.
- How To Use: Use in the purple field in Opassa Beach to fight the final battle.
Radical Dreamers[edit | edit source]
During the confrontation with Lynx, the party discovers he has lured them into Viper Manor to unite the Chrono Trigger with the Frozen Flame. Brutally damaged in the fray, Kid asks Serge if she should give the item to Lynx or refuse. Either way, she breaks the device and sends the party into an alternate dimension, not unlike the End of Time, where she remembers that she is Schala and the meaning of her incarnation. The Chrono Trigger was given to Kid by, Lucca, her sister. It is specifically referred to as "Chrono Trigger".
|Chrono Trigger items|
|Consumables||Potion | Mid-Potion | Hi-Potion | Ether | Mid-Ether | Hi-Ether | Turbo Ether | Elixir | Megalixir | Panacea | Athenian Water | Shelter | Ambrosia | Lapis | Barrier Sphere | Shield Sphere | Strength Capsule | Magic Capsule | Speed Capsule|
|Key Items||Petal | Fang | Horn | Feather | Seed | Jetbike Key | Pendant | Gate Key | Rainbow Shard | Rainbow Shell | Chrono Trigger (Item) | Carpenter's Tools | Spiced Jerky | Dreamstone | Race Recorder | Moon Stone | Sun Stone | Ruby Knife | Yakra's Key | Doppel Doll | Toma's Spirits | Golden Sand | Golden Hammer | Prismastone | Saintstone | Reptmark | Waystone | Godwood | Steel Ingot | Sturdy Vines | Hearty Lunch | Rusted Blade | Lumicite Shard|
|Arena Items||Slops | Flameclaw | Seafang | Duskeye | Luxwing | Hawk Talon | Shield Cloak | Feral Wrath | Smoked Meat | Dried Mushroom | Sweet Banana | Millennia Fruit | Songbird Egg|
|Other||List of items|
|Serge - Kid - Gil|
|Lynx - Riddel - General Viper - Vera - Zorander - Esmeld -|
|Terrace - Study - Ballroom - Armory - Catacombs - Riddel's Room - Lynx's Quarters - Kitchenette - Atrium - Torture Room - Gear Room - Treasure Room - Dark Forest - Zeal Ruins|
|Goblin - Skeleton - Feral Cat - Piranha - Gryphon - Demonic Warlock - Poltergheist - Devil Circle - Lilith|
|Potion - Treasure Room Key - Catacombs Key - Gold Crown - Frozen Flame - Einlanzer - Dragoon Ring - Chrono Trigger|
|Mouth of Truth - Music Box - Mirror of Whispers - Golden Beetle - Acacia Dragoons|
|Opening Theme ~ Distant Summer Day - Gale - Under The Moonlight - Entering The Mansion - Sneaking and Searching - Snakebone Mansion - Star-Stealing Girl - Music Box - Requiem - Frozen Flame - The Organ - Confrontation - Last Battle - Epilogue|