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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates Enemy
Cu Chaspel Clone
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Chchaspel boss
Location Crystal Temple (Story Mode and Multiplay)
Item Dropped Fire Magicite, Blizzard Magicite, Thunder Magicite, Clear Magicite, Raise Magicite
Lift Only with Arm Boost 2 ability equipped
Sturdiness Cannot be knocked over
Rage Time 2s
Element None
Guard None
Story Mode
Play First Second Third
HP 650 1,485 2,385
ATK 155 366 591
DEF 131 268 419
MAG 0 89 187
LUCK 3 3 3
EXP 50 600 1,200
Multiplay
Mode Normal Hard Very Hard
HP 1,300 2,970 4,720
ATK 155 366 591
DEF 137 282 440
MAG 0 89 187
LUCK 3 3 3
EXP 50 600 1,200
Elemental affinities
RoF Fire Icon RoF Ice Icon RoF Thunder Icon
0 0 0
RoF Stun Icon RoF Time-Space Icon RoF Dark Icon
6 3 0

The Cu Chaspel Clone is a boss from Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates. As the name suggests, it is a clone of Cu Chaspel that he summons after he gestures with his arms. If his arm movements are not stopped, he will summon two clones at a time.

Unlike its creator, Cu's doubles will move freely about the screen, chasing Yuri and his party. The clones can be identified on the Map screen as circles, while the real Cu is a square. Also, they are identifiable based whether or not they use magic; only the real Cu Chaspel can cast spells.

EtymologyEdit

In biology, cloning refers to the natural or artificial process of producing similar populations of genetically identical individuals. The term is derived from the Ancient Greek word κλών klōn, "twig", referring to the process whereby a new plant can be created from a twig.

More generally, the word "clone" means a duplicate or copy of something.

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