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Even though a union between a Chronovore and an Eternal was forbidden by the [[Ancient Covenant]], his parents had him nevertheless. ([[PDA]]: ''[[The Quantum Archangel]]'')
 
Even though a union between a Chronovore and an Eternal was forbidden by the [[Ancient Covenant]], his parents had him nevertheless. ([[PDA]]: ''[[The Quantum Archangel]]'')
   
During the [[UNIT Era|late 20th century]], [[The Master (UNIT years)|the Master]] used a crystal to manifest and (he thought) bind Kronos to his will. The Master failed, and, returned back in time to the later days of Atlantis, Kronos ruined the city. ([[DW]]: ''[[The Time Monster]]'')
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During the [[UNIT Era|late 20th century]], [[The Master (UNIT years)|the Master]] used [[Kronos Crystal|a crystal named after Kronos]] to cause him to manifest so that (he thought) he might bind Kronos to his will. The Master failed, and, returned back in time to the later days of Atlantis, Kronos ruined the city. ([[DW]]: ''[[The Time Monster]]'')
   
 
[[Category:Transcendental Beings]]
 
[[Category:Transcendental Beings]]

Revision as of 23:18, March 27, 2008

Kronos was the son of the Chronovore, Prometheus, and Electra, an Eternal. He was responsible for the destruction of Atlantis. He described himself as "beyond good and evil".

Even though a union between a Chronovore and an Eternal was forbidden by the Ancient Covenant, his parents had him nevertheless. (PDA: The Quantum Archangel)

During the late 20th century, the Master used a crystal named after Kronos to cause him to manifest so that (he thought) he might bind Kronos to his will. The Master failed, and, returned back in time to the later days of Atlantis, Kronos ruined the city. (DW: The Time Monster)

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