Journal Entry[edit | edit source]
"We don't even know if the Chronovore's a single individual from a thousand different points in time, or an entire species swimming the timestream. Hell, before this I don't even know there was a 'timestream.' What else is Old Arkan keeping to himself?"
It wasn't until Arkan Drew revealed the truth that Dr. Priyani even knew what to call the Chronovore. But when the kindly and enigmatic aethersmith acknowledged he had witnessed the impossible Behemoth during the temporal experiment which triggered the Upheaval more than a thousand years ago—and it rendered him effectively immortal—the doctor realized this was the temporal power she has somehow sensed just beyond the edges of reality, trying to break into the present. And it was succeeding.
Possessing an elegant, stunning, and beautiful shape somewhere between a cloud manta and a jellikoi, this radiant feeder manipulates both time and space and can form gaps in reality that allow it to easily traverse the dimensions and timelines. These gaps do not seal up on their own right away, leading some Primal and Elder Behemoths from the past and future, respectively, to emerge in our present. But not the Chronovore. Once slain, that exact Chronovore from that exact point in time cannot ever manifest again, but it could appear again from any other moment.
Only time will tell. But Dr. Priyani deems it unlikely... for the time being.
Kat's Hunting Tips:
-The Chronovore seems drawn to the Paradox Breaks and may emerge whenever the Paradoxicon's central Control Column is charged with chrono stones.
-Few things are truly out of reach for the Chronovore, whether it's lashing out with a massive tail-sweep, blasting a Slayer with intense tempo-radiant energy beams, or swooping down with lightning speed to strike a mortal blow. Use ranged attack and agility to not be there when these attacks land.
-The Chronovore has no skeleton and may assume a variety of shapes during combat that offer different tactical advantage: a manta-like form that stays airborne and attacks Slayers directly, a tall, narrow form that floats high and lashes out with rings of devastating projectile, and a shape like a coiled cobra ready to strike.
Drop Table[edit | edit source]
||Common||A Common drop from slaying any Chronovore.|
||Common||A Common drop from the Aetherplasm of any Chronovore.|
||Common||A Common drop from the Head of any Chronovore.|
||Common||A Common drop from the Tail of any Chronovore.|
||Common||A Common drop from the Wing of any Chronovore.|
||Rare||A Rare drop from slaying any Chronovore.|
||Epic||An Epic drop from slaying any Chronovore.|
Islands[edit | edit source]
The Chronovore cannot be found on any Islands. However, it can be summoned on The Paradox Breaks as the third and final behemoth in the Temporal Anomaly Island Event through the use of the Paradoxicon found on the island. Eight Chrono-Stones are needed to summon it.
Attack Patterns[edit | edit source]
Weapons[edit | edit source]
Armour[edit | edit source]
Mastery[edit | edit source]
|Hunt The Chronovore|
|Hunt The Chronovore wearing Chronovore Armor  times|
|Craft all Chronovore Armor|
|Deal [5,000,000] damage to The Chronovore|
|Hunt The Chronovore while taking less than 100 damage|
|Interupt The Chronovore [x] times||
|Stagger The Chronovore [x] times||
|Wound The Chronovore [x] times||
Gallery[edit | edit source]