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Chrono Cross
Released in August, 2000, this game is the sequel to Chrono Trigger and takes place 20 years after the events of that game. The story follows a teenage boy named Serge living in the El Nido area. Everything is normal until he hears a voice at the beach calling his name, and he passes out soon after. When he wakes up, he finds himself in another world... one where he died 10 years ago.

 

Run: 6:42:11 by Wesley 'Molotov' Corron, done in 52 segments
commentary available as audio track 2

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Run comments:

First of all, I must apologize for the train wreck that was the previous run. That thing was downright horrific, and it's shameful that I actually submitted it (Sir VG was right to have doubts). You may (for some odd reason) think I'm overreacting about the level of suck, but after watching this run, you'll probably change your mind.

Now, I have to admit, this run does have its own moments of suck. By far the most blatant one occurs near the end of segment 19, and that is probably the one I'd describe as being the worst (completely my fault, no luck involved at all). It only cost me about 10 seconds or so, but it's really hard not to shudder when seeing it. More on that later though.

Anyway, I'm not completely sure what else to say here. My old run comments gave a rather lengthy description of the events leading up to the run, but there isn't much to say here. Basic details go like this:

  1. Started improvement run. Made it to MegaStarky.
  2. Hard drive died.
  3. I didn't have any backups.
  4. I am a moron.
  5. Motivation to do this run pretty much died.
  6. I planned to work on this run again after I completed a run of a different game.
  7. Spikevegeta offers money, and my priorities quickly change.
  8. Many ARGHs later, a run is completed.

Now to make point out a few things about some segments (note that there will be more detail in the audio commentary than there is here):


Segment times and end points:

Segment 1: 0:00.00 -> 0:05.20 (Before Lizard Rock)
Segment 2: 0:05.20 -> 0:15.15 (Before Cape Howl)
Segment 3: 0:15.15 -> 0:23.06 (Before Fossil Valley)
Segment 4: 0:23.06 -> 0:30.54 (Before Viper Manor)
Segment 5: 0:30.54 -> 0:37.38 (Viper Manor stable)
Segment 6: 0:37.38 -> 0:41.38 (Viper Manor basement)
Segment 7: 0:41.38 -> 0:52.58 (Before Shadow Lynx)
Segment 8: 0:52.58 -> 1:13.55 (Before the S.S. Invincible)
Segment 9: 1:13.55 -> 1:21.28 (After Fargo)
Segment 10: 1:21.28 -> 1:23.42 (After obtaining "the key")
Segment 11: 1:23.42 -> 1:24.50 (Before DeadHead)
Segment 12: 1:24.50 -> 1:30.41 (Before Mount Pyre)
Segment 13: 1:30.41 -> 1:34.43 (Before the Fire Dragon)
Segment 14: 1:34.43 -> 1:37.29 (After the Fire Dragon)
Segment 15: 1:37.29 -> 1:41.36 (Outside Fort Dragonia)
Segment 16: 1:41.36 -> 1:43.59 (After the Dragoon)
Segment 17: 1:43.59 -> 1:58.00 (Before SunOfAGun)
Segment 18: 1:58.00 -> 2:00.31 (After SunOfAGun)
Segment 19: 2:00.31 -> 2:24.08 (Before Radius)
Segment 20: 2:24.08 -> 2:33.37 (Before the S.S. Zelbess)
Segment 21: 2:33.37 -> 2:42.58 (After grabbing the Handle, and in cat form)
Segment 22: 2:42.58 -> 2:54.02 (Before the Isle of the Damned)
Segment 23: 2:54.02 -> 3:04.47 (Before Highwayman)
Segment 24: 3:04.47 -> 3:11.35 (Before Miguel)
Segment 25: 3:11.35 -> 3:22.32 (Outside El Nido Triangle)
Segment 26: 3:22.32 -> 3:24.58 (Before MegaStarky)
Segment 27: 3:24.58 -> 3:31.58 (Outside Fossil Valley)
Segment 28: 3:31.58 -> 3:40.36 (Viper Manor basement)
Segment 29: 3:40.36 -> 3:46.37 (Before Hell's Cook, Porre guards, Grobyc, and both forms of Guillot)
Segment 30: 3:46.37 -> 4:07.29 (Before dragon hunting)
Segment 31: 4:07.29 -> 4:17.46 (Before the Sidesteppa and Water Dragon)
Segment 32: 4:17.46 -> 4:25.15 (Outside Earth Dragon Isle, after putting the guys to work)
Segment 33: 4:25.15 -> 4:29.55 (Before the Earth Dragon)
Segment 34: 4:29.55 -> 4:35.22 (Before the Hydra Marshes)
Segment 35: 4:35.22 -> 4:40.21 (Hydra Marshes, before Gaea's Navel)
Segment 36: 4:40.21 -> 4:44.17 (Gaea's Navel, after winning three battles)
Segment 37: 4:44.17 -> 4:46.50 (Gaea's Navel, after winning three additional battles)
Segment 38: 4:46.50 -> 4:49.31 (After Tyrano)
Segment 39: 4:49.31 -> 4:55.48 (Before the Sky Dragon)
Segment 40: 4:55.48 -> 5:00.28 (Before Orlha)
Segment 41: 5:00.28 -> 5:10.19 (Before Dark Serge)
Segment 42: 5:10.19 -> 5:21.22 (Before Vita Unus)
Segment 43: 5:21.22 -> 5:24.37 (Before PolisPolice)
Segment 44: 5:24.37 -> 5:31.15 (Before the Combot and FATE)
Segment 45: 5:31.15 -> 5:44.44 (Outside El Nido Triangle)
Segment 46: 5:44.44 -> 5:50.18 (Terra Tower entrance)
Segment 47: 5:50.18 -> 5:57.27 (After Terrator and after knocking down the pillars)
Segment 48: 5:57.27 -> 6:07.04 (After Anemotor)
Segment 49: 6:07.04 -> 6:11.05 (After Luxator)
Segment 50: 6:11.05 -> 6:17.34 (After Aquator)
Segment 51: 6:17.34 -> 6:32.40 (After the Lunar Dragon)
Segment 52 (Bad): 6:32.40 -> 6:42.11 (After the credits)
Segment 52 (Good): 6:32.40 -> 6:48.19 (After the credits)

In a way, the "project" from late 2005 is now complete, so cue the huge sigh of relief.

New Game+ run: 0:05:58 by Daniel 'Axel Ryman' Fitzgerald

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First run I've submitted to SDA. First I must thank the people who run this site, namely Radix, Nate, and Mike. Without them we wouldn't have this site. Next I would like to thank Molotov for helping me out with the idea of using the Pendragon Sigil A accessory, as well as inspiring to do this from his current run.

Just like CT, you can fight the final boss whenever you want on a New Game+. In CC, you get a few items in a NG+, including the Time Shifter. With this, I can fast forward or slow down through the game. With the Time Shifter, a time of under 6 minutes is possible. I get a time of 5:58, but I know lower is possible.

First segment is just the prologue , which needs some luck to avoid the bat enemy, and the path to Opassa Beach. Second segment I set my equipment and start the fight.

My equipment is as follows

Pendragon Sigil A works similar to Turn elements, changing your attack type to that weapon. With it in effect, I don't need to worry about my damage being lowered for the Time Devourer has the same innate as Serge.

Hopefully you will enjoy this run folks. I plan on doing 2 runs for KH2 next so keep a watch out for those.

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