"Chron here at Woodstone. What do we do now?"
Chron is a Time Sweeper that made a significant contribution to the Time Factory's efforts during the Big Crystal incident in Blinx 2: Masters of Time and Space. He is one of the team leaders comprising the backup team that was sent to collect information along with Blinx during the invasion by the Tom Tom imposters.
Chron has light yellow fur and yellow eyes. Unlike the main cast of time sweepers, his ears are folded much like a scottish fold cat. His rounded eyes give Chron a more youthful appearance. He wears a two-toned orange jacket with red-orange sleeves, blue pants and blue lens goggles with black metal.
Chron is portrayed as the rookie of the main supporting time sweeper cast. Despite the enthusiasm he displays in his work, he often expresses strong frustration in response to resistance. Upon his arrival in Woodstone, he communicates that he's at a loss for what to do with his team, and the later rejection of his request for backup is met with strong complaints. Learning of the Goddesses' involvement in the Big Crystal incident prompts him to exclaim that success is impossible, though this doesn't prevent him from volunteering himself for the battle at World A-000.
Chron's team explored Woodstone for the majority of the Big Crystal incident, finding a tablet indicating the existence of a "key that can unlock the mysteries of the Big Crystal," though a considerable amount of time passed before the key in question (a lithograph) was located. The deciphering of the lithograph at the Time Factory revealed the involvement of the Goddesses in the disruption of time and predicted that World A000 would be the landing site of the Goddesses' scissors, meant to destroy all worlds. ("When the gift of time is not truly appreciated, the scissors of the Goddess will descend on A-triple-zero.") Chron volunteered to be sent to World A000, earning the praise of the CEO, but Furball's team was sent in his place.
Chron, a word-forming element meaning "time," from Latinized form of Greek khrono-, comb. a form of Khronos "time, a defined time, a lifetime, a season, a while," which is of uncertain origin. Same pronunciation as "chronology". Chron is written as クロン in katakana.
- Chron most often wields a TS-2000 Flame, an incredibly uncommon model among Sweepers at the time of the Big Crystal incident, no longer sold at that point. He also, however, possesses a TS-1000.
- Chron always sweeps right-handed.
Last updated on 10 Sep 2018