A big laser-shooting, fireball summoning, bomb throwing clock with two large, floating hands that are capable of tearing apart the map.
Found in the Chronos Dimension.
Older survivors within pockets of humanity reminisce of a slightly childish tale of their youth of beating up a giant clock with just pillows. Many assumed that it was just a metaphor for something, like the fact that time was really their greatest enemy in the apocalypse. However, after hearing the story repeatedly (entertainment is limited in the apocalypse after all), more and more survivors had a dream. They didn't tell each other, of course, as the dream was sort of dumb, but eventually speaking of clocks became a rarity as everyone subconsciously avoided them. This was that dream.
A dream of a time god so powerful, he triumphs over all, with his unblinking expression, his large clock-like body, and the empty void which he resides and rules. A time god so powerful, he seems like a Lovecraftian Elder God.
There is no escape from the insanity. No words. Only actions.
"That's just too easy."
"I'm not impressed."
"Don't waste my time."
"You will suffer and burn..."
- One Chronos Chest, which will contain one of the following:
- Regular Chests, which may contain:
- 200 EXP
- Always move while you shoot! You can even jump on falling ground, but if caught off guard because you're standing still, your chances of survival are drastically lowered.
- There are NO weak spots on Chronos XI.
- The hole is nothing but an aesthetic look.
- Don't automatically shoot Chronos XI when you spawn, he will have a forcefield for the first couple seconds of the round starting.
- The forcefield will disappear when Chronos XI uses his first Laser Storm attack.
- Never stay near Chronos XI, the Laser Storm will kill you.
- However, there is a rather small area where you can stand near him, and not get killed, while still being on his pedestal. But this is extremely hard to get right, and it's not recommended to do since Chronos XI can knock you off with his hands.
- Third-Person mode increases surrounding awareness, remember to use it to your advantage!
- Chronos XI will throw classic sphere bombs around the map which break up the ground, run away as soon as you see him spinning around and holding the bombs!
- Quickly get away from where the bombs will detonate, or else you'll fall into the void.
- The bombs will explode upon impact with the ground, meaning you have to be really careful.
- Sometimes they will explode extremely close to Chronos XI, which means almost none of the platform will be destroyed.
- The bombs will only break the ground though. You don't have to worry about the blowback.
- The edge of the map is the safest place as the bombs will most likely not reach that far.
- Bringing the Tactical II vest may come in handy as it gives extra stamina.
- Bring automatic guns that can be refilled, especially M249 if you have it, and Steyr M as a secondary as the Minigun cannot be refilled, so you want a gun that is sustainable in the long run.
- Only do this when the server is relatively inexperienced - experienced players will enable you to bring many Miniguns, ending the fight quickly before ammo runs out. Inexperienced players will lead to you running out of ammo before Chronos XI dying.
- Whenever Chronos XI gets to very low health, he will crouch and then do a pink beam which heals him.
- After he does this, he becomes much more aggressive and active.
- Most of his moves will destroy usually destroy more than 75% of the map.
- His Laser Beam attack will often lag the map, causing the blocks to randomly disappear a few seconds after the attack has ended. If you are damaged by the lasers, then chances are, the blocks under you will fall.
- It is best to finish off Chronos XI at low health to avoid his rage mode by attacking at his Spinning Bomb move.
- Trying to spawn and glitch the M939 Truck to keep it floating is BANNABLE, don't do it.
- Chests are occasionally open easier if you go into first person view.
- Chronos XI does not have Explosive Immunity, as confirmed by multiple videos and PR himself.
- The Laser Beam attack prior to rage mode will go from one direction to another and back.
- When going back, the Laser travels farther than the first swipe, so keep that in mind.
- Part of the Chronos Series.
- Similar to King Cake, this is a general boss, available all year round.
- This will be the first general boss R2DA will have.
- This boss is most likely a reference to ClockBaws from Pillow Fight Simulator.
- This boss arena is currently the same size as Rhi-snow Territory.
- The mesh of this boss is similar to that of the Clockbomb.
- The root word "chrono" in "Chronos XI" simply means "relates to time", it also comes from the god of time "Chrono", or some respond to him as "Chronos, which explains the boss being a clock. "XI" is the Roman numeral for eleven, however, the reason for the number eleven is currently unknown.
- Like the Rhi-snow, this had a prolonged release to R2DA.
- The first boss since the Yeti to be able to heal.
- It is the first boss able to speak English, excluding Mr. Frost, Christmas Event Boss from R2D 2014.
- Chronos XI has a different health bar than the other bosses.
- It's located at the bottom of your screen and it doesn't show exactly how much HP he has.
- However, this bar disappears if you go back to the menu or join the game after the round starts.
- During Chronos' development, PlaceRebuilder put gears inside of him but in the final concept of Chronos, Place removed the gears.