reveals that Schala and Lavos, before becoming the prototypical Time Devourer, experienced an intermediary evolutionary stage—the Dream Devourer, capable of feeding on thoughts, memories, and dreams across time.Magus located Schala and tried to free her to no avail. It's the cause of stuff like Ghandi's infamous aggresiveness in the Civilization Games, due to said stat underflowing into the negative it wraps back to the max value. That sounds like that could be a neat way to implement a non-traditional boss fight in a fangame. 3. After the battle, this will simply roll the credits after the Devourer is absorbed into a portal above the Darkness Beyond Time, thus ending the game without any special scene. Please help us continue to provide you with our trusted how-to guides and videos for free by whitelisting wikiHow on your ad blocker. So I read online earlier tonight that you can defeat the Time Devourer by HEALING it. Dream Devourer is a special boss that appears in Darkness At The End Of Time only in Chrono Trigger (DS). 4. It's a fun little trick, but I agree that it's harder than just beating the Dream Devourer the normal way, since you have to rough it up enough to make it enter its second stage, then heal all the damage you just inflicted. 1. We know ads can be annoying, but they’re what allow us to make all of wikiHow available for free. If you would like to view this article even though it's in quality review, please log in or create a wikiHow account. You can deal with this battle in two ways, each of which will lead to a different ending. On an initial playthrough; this is only possible after Terra Tower has fallen. Or visit our home page to browse our featured articles. Oh yeah, data overflow/underflow, that's the term for it, was it? I just had to share!! All Rights Reserved. If you really can’t stand to see another ad again, then please consider supporting our work with a contribution to wikiHow. Login with username, password and session length. Chrono Trigger treats all HP modification (healing and damage) the same way, so just switching the order would make everything immortal. It’s common sense. That's pretty neat. The reasoning being that it has a HP of 32000 which is the max HP that the game can handle and when you heal it past 32000 it resets the counter and gives it a negative HP, hence defeating it. Defend until TD attacks. The Time Devourer can be challenged by using the Time Egg at the purple teleport spot in Opassa Beach, which will take the party to the Darkness At The End Of Time. The Time Devourer is a major antagonist in Chrono Cross, and the final boss of the game. It seems that CT SNES has the same glitch, but Lavos's 30,000 HP would need to be healed by 2767 in one go to trigger it. Belthasar planned every event in the game so that Serge could get his hands on the Chrono Cross artifact and destroy the Time Devourer. Wouldn't say it's a glitch, more like, something that needs a failsafe in place. We use cookies to make wikiHow great. That's more common to happen than one might think. Attack the TD to charge up every one's grid. Put Chrono Cross to lvl 1. Page created in 0.08 seconds with 18 queries. If you are having troubl getting the right order for Chrono Cross, just do this: 1. Within the confines of the Time Devourer rested both Schala, imprisoned for millennia in his body, and the true Dragon God, the biological supercomputer defeated by FATE and its fighter jets in year 7000 B.C. By using our site, you agree to our, How to Get the Good Endings in Chrono Cross, please log in or create a wikiHow account, consider supporting our work with a contribution to wikiHow. Now honestly, I think it’s easier to beat it the normal way but it was still fun. Tonight I tried this TWICE to make sure it really works and it does! Quote from: Boo the Gentleman Caller on March 10, 2018, 11:36:42 am. So I read online earlier tonight that you can defeat the Time Devourer by HEALING it. You will get this ending by playing a regular New Game and defeating the Time Devourer without using the Chrono Cross. Isn't there another data overflow glitch in Chrono Cross with poison damage or something? Lavos was using the Dragon God in its separated forms in order to … 2. Copyright © 2015 The Chrono Compendium The reasoning being that it has a HP of 32000 which is the max HP that the game can handle and when you heal it past 32000 it resets the counter and gives it a negative HP, hence defeating it. Tonight I tried this TWICE to make sure it really works and it does! Get the bad ending. Something like that. I didn’t “pick up” anything! This article either has not yet passed our initial quality review process or has been flagged by a wikiHow editor for potential content concerns that would make it unhelpful to readers. Now that I think about it a little more, the fix is trickier than I originally suggested. It is a relatively easy fix, the max HP check just needs to happen before the negative (greater than 32767) check.