The Kronosaurus is a playable aquatic creature in Beasts of Bermuda. It has incredible short-range dashing speed, making it a profound ambush predator. However, since its sprinting speed is very mediocre, it's not good at chasing.
Nonetheless, it is regarded as the most predator in the game, as it can kill most creatures with a single strike. For those few who survive its initial strike, they will be left severely crippled, allowing the Kronosaurus to strike again and land a finishing blow.
Pros and Cons
+ Strongest predator in the game
+ Absurd damage (possibly the highest damage output in the game)
+ Very High health
- Incredibly Slow
- Can die from beaching
- Horribly vulnerable when young _________________________________________________________
- Primary Attack: The Kronosaurus performs a quick, but very powerful bite. This attack costs a high amount of ability power.
- Secondary Attack: Upon holding down the secondary attack button, an icon appears on the screen resembling an empty bar, which begins to slowly fill up; The Kronosaurus is preparing to strike for massive damage! The more the bar is filled, the more damage it will do when unleashed (maximum charge is indicated by a flashing blue color). Upon letting go of the secondary attack button, the Kronosaurus launches forward, damaging anything it rams into along the way.
A charge will automatically be unleashed if ability power runs out while charging.
Kronosaurus, as with all other aquatic creatures in the game, suffers heavy mobility loss as well as comfort drain when beached. Additionally, the Kronosaurus is considerably slower than all other aquatic creatures in the game.
Additionally, it is one of the most vulnerable creatures as a juvenile, as it is weak and slow.
- The Kronosaurus is the largest creature with access to the Elusiveness talent, which lets it become almost invisible to other players at the cost of ability power (proper summary pending). Kronosaurus players favor this talent, as it eases the difficulty of growing a juvenile Kronosaurus in the midst of predators, as well as serving as an ambush tool once adult stage is reached.