He also wears large black gauntlets in gold outlines, a gold military hat on his head, and wears a black short mantle at the back as the interior of it is yellow. Enticed by the gem's power, Kid, along with Gil and Serge, seeks to steal the Frozen Flame. He wears a black standard military outfit that consists of a long black high neck trench coat tied in a purple obi, a dark gray sash on each side of his trench coat, black military pants, and dark gray boots. He led them into the Dead Sea, where they were phased out of normal time and frozen before the final gate. Lynx (ヤマネコ Yamaneko?) A young Kid developed a scathing hatred of the man, who she remembered from the fire. This marked the end of Lynx, whose state in death was a far cry from the loving, ordinary father Serge once knew. This marked the end of Lynx, whose state in death was a far cry from the loving, ordinary father Serge once knew. FATE grew impatient in 1015 A.D., and sent Lynx to Lucca's house to abduct the famous scientist and use her to disengage the Prometheus Circuit. In the Home World, a Lynx was able to dupe Porre and the Acacia Dragoons as well, eventually deciding that the Acacia Dragoons would be better off dead. Also, Lynx doesn't have the GlideHook Tech Skill. When in battle as Lynx the first time (at Fort Dragonia) against Serge, Kid, and your third party member, Lynx comes equipped with a scythe. Chrono Cross (クロノ・クロス, Kurono Kurosu) is a role-playing video game developed and published by Square (now Square Enix) for the PlayStation video game console. Lynx appears as a feline demi-human with a cat-like face with amber eyes. However, since the portrait wasn't utilized (except in the shop menu), the characters merely mention he's not like his usual self, but there's nothing to show the player how the characters come to this conclusion. FATE grew impatient in 1015 A.D., and sent Lynx to Lucca's house to abduct the famous scientist and use her to disengage the Prometheus Circuit. Lucca eventually did not acquiesce to his desires, and probably died as well. A young Kid developed a scathing hatred of the man, who she remembered from the fire. Total control was achieved in 1010 A.D., the year in which FATE had Wazuki attempt to drown his son. is the main antagonist of Chrono Cross and one of the primary antagonists of Radical Dreamers: Nusumenai Hōseki. He kept Kid with him as he returned to Chronopolis; there, he waited for a final showdown with Serge. Knowing that Serge would follow him to the fort anyway, he withdrew with the Dragoons and made preparations. Chrono Cross features standard RPG gameplay with certain innovations. Lynx appears as a feline demi-human with a cat-like face with amber eyes. Spying on his infiltrators, Lynx silently watches as they investigate his Manor and weasel their way in and out the traps he lays for them. This is the only battle where you can use his weapon. Players advance the game by controlling Serge through the game's world by foot and boat. Serge is forced to switch bodies with Lynx during the events at the end of Fort Dragonia in Another World, and thus, you automatically recruit him. Merkid - Lucca - Schala - Serge's Grandchild - Radius - Noelle - Pollen - Siren - Shea, Frozen Flame - Einlanzer - Dragoon Ring - Chrono Trigger. Navigation between areas is conducted via an overworld map, depicting the landscape from a scaled down overhead view. Lynx is fought twice, first in Viper Manor and again in Fort Dragonia. He is the biological emissary of the FATE supercomputer. While exploring the estate, the party learns Lynx fooled General Viper into securing the Frozen Flame before double-crossing him. Join the fight at the Arena for the Ages—Participate in Forums—Help with the Stubs—Crimson Echoes Namespace. Instead, he comes with Dash&Slash. Also, Lynx doesn't have the GlideHook Tech Skill. His last words mentioned that he was not supposed to die, in effect revealing that he was not privy to the full scope of Project Kid as planned by Belthasar. Lynx then lay in wait at Fort Dragonia in Home World, where he battled the boy once again, duly retreating after his defeat. He serves as Serge and his party's main nemesis and Serge's biological father Wazuki until he was corrupted by the FATE supercomputer. The expression on his face is clearly indicative of Serge's kinder nature and is what would have tipped off others who knew him that Lynx wasn't looking or behaving in his usual sinister way. His close proximity to the FATE computer allowed him to be reshaped into a horrific and terrible adversary, but even in this form, he was vanquished by the young boy along with the FATE supercomputer. This page was last edited on 20 August 2020, at 04:18. He anticipated Serge's return, and launched an offensive on the boy and his friends at Hermit's Hideaway. He then somehow sent Serge into the Temporal Vortex, and returned to Chronopolis while wreaking havoc on the way. The inhabitants of the Manor, namely Riddel and Esmeld, loath him and are all too eager to assist the thieves with finding the Flame. Eventually Vera shows up with an army, which forces Lynx to flee, leaving his ultimate fate to remain unknown. His last words mentioned that he was not supposed to die, in effect revealing that he was not privy to the full scope of Project Kid as planned by Belthasar. This would fool the Chronopolis defense system into thinking Lynx was Serge. Not much is known about his personality aside from what we are shown in the flashback sequences involving him. Merkid - Lucca - Schala - Serge's Grandchild - Radius - Noelle - Pollen - Siren - Shea, From Chrono Wiki, a database for the Chrono series that anyone can edit, Materials, Consumable Elements and Key Items, https://www.chronowiki.org/w/index.php?title=Lynx&oldid=50068, Strongest available character for a large portion of the game, Lynx's feline appearance, the fact that he manifests as a male incarnation of FATE in your final battle with him, and his largely black and gold color scheme are likely a reference to Tezcatlipoca (.