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I may be wrong, but isn't his name "Crono"?
Yes, his name is spelled with no "h"
I believe English versions of the game spelled it as Crono, but all Japanese media spell it as Chrono. So in keeping with the Japanese character naming tradition of this site, it should probably be left as Chrono.

Edit: The title of the game is Chrono yet his localized name is Crono? Now that makes no sense. I blame the 5 character limit for the missing H.
But "Crono" makes a lot more sense for occidental users (which are, in the end, the majority).

If that were the case, then let's rename a lot of things like "BREIBURU" (instead of Blazblue), Senjou no Valkyria (instead of Valkyria Chronicles... the japanese name makes totally NO SENSE for occidental lands), etc.
Does the spell "crono" look natural for European speakers!? Σ(゚Д゚ )
More, please give us more of Chrono Trigger art, I can never have enough of it *-*
crim said:
Does the spell "crono" look natural for European speakers!? Σ(゚Д゚ )
I'm Dutch (my country is AKA The Netherlands/Holland) our grammar is weird. Dutch would choose Chrono cuz after a C is(almost)never a R, so the answer(for Dutch) is no
The English versions definitely spelled it Chrono (the wikipedia article even shows a picture of the box if you want to see). It believe that it's Chrono rather than Crono because it comes from the prefix Chrono in words like Chronology and Chronometer, which relates closely to the game.