The Naga Bromide (ひみつのミアンヌ・ブロマイド?) (also known as Naga-ette Bromide in the SNES/PS version) is a pseudo key item in Chrono Trigger. Oddly enough, it does not appear in the player's inventory when obtained.
The Naga Bromide is obtained by searching a drawer in a hidden room in Manolia Cathedral. If gotten when first visiting, three of Naga's admirers will attack Crono and his party. If Manolia Cathedral has already been cleared without having acquired this item, Crono and friends can go back and retrieve it at any time, in which case it can be received without being attacked by any monsters. It can be traded to a prurient old man found in Dorino in exchange for a Magic Capsule.
|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|