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MeteorShower

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MeteorShower
MeteorShower Element.png
Kid uses MeteorShower.
Type Magic
Color White
Allocation Level 4±4
Target All Enemies
User Any
Description Hurls several large asteroids at enemies. Inflicts Fatigued.

MeteorShower (コメット , Comet?) is a 4th-level White Element in Chrono Cross. Inflicting the Status Effect, Fatigued on all targets when cast, MeteorShower is sold in by the Demi-human merchant in Guldove after Serge helps Fargo battle the Ghost Ship on the S.S. Invincible. Players purchase MeteroShower for 300 G each. Coincidentally, during the Prologue of Chrono Cross, when Serge, Kid, and a randomly selected party member investigate the ruins, MeteorShower is one of the Elements automatically allotted to Serge.

Additionally, MeteorShower is found in a chest in Fort Dragonia. MeteorShower is both a common and rare drop Gyroblade which inhabit Chronopolis. As fourth level Elements, Myxomycete cast MeteorShower.

MeteorShower appears to be the stronger version of Meteorite.

Description[edit]

From the far reaches of space, the caster summons two Meteorites. The camera spans to witness them traveling through space, past the two moons that orbit the planet, until they crash into that planet and pummel all enemies on screen in a display of white-flame.

Name Origin[edit]

A Meteor Shower is a celestial event in which several boulder-sized space rocks shoot through a section of the sky. The animation of this tech defies the laws of physics as meteorites never reach the surface of the planet, their accelerated speed, matched by gravity in the atmosphere, weathers the rocks down to microscopic sizes or dissolves it completely. On rare occasions, Meteorites do reach the surface, as smaller versions of their former girth.