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Ointment

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Ointment
Ointment Element.png
Serge uses an Ointment on Kid.
Japanese Name オーラ
Type Consumable
Color Red
Allocation Level 2±0
Target One Ally
User All
Price 15 G
Sell 3 G
Description Removes the Red Status effects Burn, Confused and AntiBlue.

Ointment (オーラ ōra?, "Aura") is a 2nd-level Red Element in Chrono Cross. Ointments removes the Red Status Effects Burn, Confused and AntiBlue. Any character can allocate up to 5 Ointments, at rank 2 in the element grid, in any given spot.

How to Obtain[edit | edit source]

Purchase[edit | edit source]

For 15 G, Ointments can be purchased from the Demi-human merchant in Guldove, from Lisa in Termina, and from the Amphibian Demi-Human named G in Marbule.

Steals, Drops, and Chests[edit | edit source]

Commonly, Ointments can be stolen from Opah Fish and Gobledygook. Dragoons and Cat Burglars drop them commonly as well. Rarely, they are dropped by WillO'Wisps and Bubba Dingos. Chests in Viper Manor (Another World) and Hydra Marshes (Home World) contain these elements.

Description[edit | edit source]

Several meteor-like flares spawn above the caster's head and rain down on the target, relieving harsh burns. A circle of illuminated flame ring their feet as the sparks fall around them.

Name Origin[edit | edit source]

Ointment is a soothing cream, balm, or salve applied to the skin to relieve irritations.

The Japanese name is the same as Marle's first tech Aura in Chrono Trigger. Despite sharing the same name, they have entirely different properties, as Marle's tech is an HP recovery skill, while Ointment is a status recovery one, which might be why the name was changed in localization.