Similar to the other three members of the Conclave, he covers his face and body with a metallic mask, a trenchcoat, and a hat. His mask has the roman numeral 'IV' on it.
Chronus alongside Axus , Libraria , Baldias and Ariels was one of the Original's five Apostles who spread the arcane knowledge and influence of magic around the world. Then the Apostles (excluding Ariels) formed the group known as the Conclave with Chronus as their leader, who act as the advisers to the Sanctus Maximus Populis.
Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN-Edit
Near the end of the story, Chronus fuses himself with Justice, but he was rejected at the last minute and defeated by Paradigm and Dizzy, who overload Justice by increasing the power of St. Elmo's Fire, and Sol who delivered the final blow. But before that, Chronus was saved by Libraria, who told him that he should be the one who must stop the Universal Will, dying in his place.
In the final scenes, Chronus is shown to have survived the battle, but was immediately intercepted by Faust, who asks him what he was planning to do with the Japanese. Chronus, however, didn't know anything about the conspiracy with the Japanese, which led Faust to the conclusion that someone more influential was manipulating the Conclave's actions.
Guilty Gear Xrd -REVELATOR-Edit
In Revelator Chronus is traveling with Faust to the Japanese Colony to meet Johnny and Kum. But after that he separated from Faust and teleported himself to the whereabouts of Asuka R. Kreutz freeing him from Absolute Defense: Felion and entrusting him the duty of stoping the Universal Will.
After that the fate of Chronus is unknown.
Powers & AbilitiesEdit
Being one of the Original's five Apostles and also being able to activate and deactivate Absolute Defense: Felion, it can assumed that he has a high level of magic power. This is highlighted by the fact that he can also enter the Backyard and subsist there for large periods of time, But his abilities remain unknown.
- Judging by Chronus dialogues in -SIGN- he might have some kind of rivalry with Paradigm.