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Chronomage
Chronomage
Chronomage as he appears in Aria of Sorrow
Alternate name
Chrono Mage
Abilities
Type
Origins


Appearances
"A monster that lurked within Dracula's Castle when it was sealed inside the solar eclipse last year. Possessing the ability to control time, it had tried to impede Soma's progress. It is close friends with Zephyr."
Dawn of Sorrow's Chrono Mage's Library description.

The Chronomage (also spelled as Chrono Mage) is a rabbit-like creature who uses a clock to stop time. The Chronomage is impossible to defeat through normal means, immediately spotting the player whenever they approach him (or even attack) within the area he is in and using his clock to reverse time, effectively transporting the player to the previous area. Because of this, the only way to defeat him is by acquiring Galamoth's soul, which grants the Time Stop Immunity ability, or by using his own soul.

AppearancesEdit

Castlevania: Aria of SorrowEdit

Galamoth

Soma can find the Chronomage very early in the game, in the Inner Quarters. He exclusively stands solitary in a long hallway that leads to the infants' quarters and where the Ancient Book 2, as well as the Dainslef, can be found.

Getting near the Chronomage or attempting to attack him will only make him take out his stopwatch and reverse time, forcing Soma to return to the previous room, making him impossible to pass. Soma first has to find Galamoth's soul in the Underground Cemetery in order to become immune to time manipulation, thus being able to damage him.

Although it is possible to reach the Chronomage before acquiring either Galamoth's or his own soul, he is still invulnerable prior to casting Time Stop (almost the same invulnerability as the Sky Fish).

Chronomage
No. Name JPN HP MP EXP
41 Chronomage 80 100 30
Attack Defense Tolerance Weakness Time Stop
30 0 Dark Holy Unaffected
Location Common Drop Rare Drop Soul
Inner Quarters Pudding - Time Stop
Description "Rabbit that uses a clock to stop time. Strict in regards to tardiness."


Castlevania: Dawn of SorrowEdit

DOS-Chronomage

The Chrono Mage makes a one-time cameo appearance in Dawn of Sorrow. When Soma enters the first room of the Silenced Ruins, a cannon fires toward a pillar that bars the way. However, the Chrono Mage's magic stops time before the cannon can break it down (interestingly, the spell doesn't affect Soma). His silhouette can also be seen engraved in relief on the pillar. The player first has to obtain and use Zephyr's soul, Clockwork, in order to progress, effectively resuming the passage of time and allowing the cannonball to continue its way, breaking the pillar.

After this room has been entered for the first time, a new entry about the Chrono Mage appears in the Library. There, it is revealed that he has a strong connection to Zephyr, another time-controlling demon.

Soul DataEdit

Item Data: Chronomage
Image Name - Game
Description
Type / Users Attributes / Consume Statistics / Sell Found Notes
Red Soul Chronomage - Time Stop (Time Governing) - Aria of Sorrow [ edit ]
Ability to stop time. Bullet Soul
Soma 
Consume: 96 MP  Rarity: 6
Drop: Chronomage


Enemies immune to ChronomageEdit

TriviaEdit

  • The Chronomage is loosely inspired by the White Rabbit character from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, written by Lewis Carroll. In the story, the White Rabbit is first encountered by Alice as she falls down a rabbit hole into Wonderland and is seen later on serving the King and Queen of Hearts. The Chronomage in-game sports a waistcoat, a stopwatch, and is "strict in regards to tardiness", much like the White Rabbit in the story.

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