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Kronos was the result of a forbidden union, made unlawful by the [[Ancient Convenant]], of a Chronovore, [[Prometheus (The Quantum Archangel)|Prometheus]], and the [[Eternal]] known as [[Electra]]. ([[PDA]]: ''[[The Quantum Archangel]]'') He described himself as "beyond good and evil".
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In the [[1970s]], [[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. In the aftermath of this event, he stopped both [[the Doctor's TARDIS|the Doctor]]'s and [[The Master's TARDIS|the Master TARDIS]] in the [[Time Vortex]] and, appearing as a huge translucent female face, asked [[Third Doctor|the Doctor]] whether he wanted Kronos to destroy the Master. The Doctor demured, Kronos let him free and the Master vanished into his TARDIS. ([[DW]]: ''[[The Time Monster]]'')
   
 
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The name Kronos refers back to Greek mythology; Kronos was the father of the Olympian Gods.
 
The name Kronos refers back to Greek mythology; Kronos was the father of the Olympian Gods.
Kronos is similar to the word ''chronos'' meaning time. Some mythology actually states 'Father Kronos' or sometimes 'Chronos' to be the personification or father of Time
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Kronos is similar to the word ''chronos'' meaning time.
 
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Kronos was the Chronovore who destroyed Atlantis.

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Kronos was the result of a forbidden union, made unlawful by the Ancient Convenant, of a Chronovore, Prometheus, and the Eternal known as Electra. (PDA: The Quantum Archangel) He described himself as "beyond good and evil".

In the 1970s, 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. In the aftermath of this event, he stopped both the Doctor's and the Master TARDIS in the Time Vortex and, appearing as a huge translucent female face, asked the Doctor whether he wanted Kronos to destroy the Master. The Doctor demured, Kronos let him free and the Master vanished into his TARDIS. (DW: The Time Monster)

Behind the Scenes

The name Kronos refers back to Greek mythology; Kronos was the father of the Olympian Gods. Kronos is similar to the word chronos meaning time.

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