Ending #1 "Beyond Time" - Defeat Lavos after reviving Crono at Death Peak.
Ending #2 "Reunion" - Defeat Lavos while Crono is dead.
Ending #3 "The Dream Project" - Defeat Lavos in the Oceab Palace or immediately upon starting a new game +.
Ending #4 "The successor of Guardia" - Defeat Lavos after saving Leene and Marle, but before visiting the End of Time.
Ending #5 "Good Night" - Defeat Lavos after visiting the End of Time, but before returning to the Middle ages.
Ending #6 "The Legendary Hero" - Defeat Lavos after arriving in the middle ages, but before obtaining the Hero's Badge.
Ending #7 "The Unknown Past" - Defeat Lavos after obtaining the Hero's Badge, but before the Gate key is stolen.
Ending #8 "People of the times" - Defeat Lavos after regaining the gate jey, but before giving the Masamune to Frog.
Ending #9 "The Oath" - Defeat Lavos after giving the Masamune to Frog but before fighting Magus
Ending #10 "Dino age" - Defeat Lavos after facing Magus, but before facing Azala.
Ending #11 "What The Prophet Seeks" - Defeat Lavos after facing Azala, but before Schala opens the sealed door.
Ending #12 "Memory lane" - Defeat Lavos after Schala opens the sealed door, but before restoring the light to the pendant.
Ending #13 "Dream's Epilogue" - Defeat the Dream Devourer beyond Time's Eclipse
When on the black omen, you will find a Blubber Hulk (it looks kinda like a tornado). Have Ayla use Charm and you'll receive a strength capsule. After getting it, go bakc through the door you came through (with the two Nus) and repeat.
Go to Guardia Forest in 600 AD, take the first right and go to the upper path. Look for a small bush in the top left of a small clearing. If you approach the bush it will start shaking. Press A and a monster will pop out and leave a Shelter when he runs away. If you leave the forest and come back, he will be there again, and you can get another shelter.
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