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'''[[File:M_chronostyphoon.gif|thumb|68px]]'''
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|kanji / kana = クロノス・タイフーン
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''Kuronosu· taifūn''
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|image = <tabber>
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|-|Manga = [[File:M chronostyphoon.gif|100px]]
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|-|Video Games = [[File:Typhoon.gif|225px]]
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</tabber>
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|users = [[Sailor Pluto]]
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|items used = [[Garnet Orb]]
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|first appearance = [[Act 34 Infinity 8 - Infinite Labyrinth 1]]}}
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'''Chronos Typhoon''' was an attack used in the manga, musicals, and video games. In this attack, [[Sailor Pluto]] would use the [[Garnet Orb]] to send a cyclone-like rush of energy at her target.
 
'''Chronos Typhoon''' was an attack used in the manga, musicals, and video games. In this attack, [[Sailor Pluto]] would use the [[Garnet Orb]] to send a cyclone-like rush of energy at her target.
   
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==Video Games==
 
==Video Games==
 
Sailor Pluto creates a tornado that will travel diagonally towards the opponent, hitting high or low.
 
Sailor Pluto creates a tornado that will travel diagonally towards the opponent, hitting high or low.
 
 
 
[[File:Typhoon.gif|thumb]]
 
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
*Chronos is the name of the primeval Greek god/personification (or Protogenoi) of time. Frequently mistaken for the Titan Kronos/Cronus.
 
*Chronos is the name of the primeval Greek god/personification (or Protogenoi) of time. Frequently mistaken for the Titan Kronos/Cronus.

Revision as of 23:45, June 10, 2013

Chronos Typhoon
クロノス・タイフーン

Kuronosu· taifūn

Information
Users

Sailor Pluto

Items Used

Garnet Orb

First Appearance

Act 34 Infinity 8 - Infinite Labyrinth 1

Chronos Typhoon was an attack used in the manga, musicals, and video games. In this attack, Sailor Pluto would use the Garnet Orb to send a cyclone-like rush of energy at her target.

This attack is generally perceived to be Pluto's "talisman attack," similar to Sailor Uranus' Space Sword Blaster and Sailor Neptune's Submarine Reflection.

Video Games

Sailor Pluto creates a tornado that will travel diagonally towards the opponent, hitting high or low.

Trivia

  • Chronos is the name of the primeval Greek god/personification (or Protogenoi) of time. Frequently mistaken for the Titan Kronos/Cronus.
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