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B lazBlue Chronophantasma Extend features a roster of 28 characters, covering all the old BB favorites, as well as adding quite a few new ones! The Extend version added Celica A. Mercury and Lambda No11 to the roster, as well as extended many characters' story modes, and even added an additional Remix Heart Gaiden story!
Character Selection Screen, BlazBlue Chronophantasma Extend
Bio (in-game): A scientist who once worked at Sector Seven. In his attempt to surpass his mentor Kokonoe, he profusely chased the 'truths' of the world, but came too close to the Boundary. As a result, he lost his human form and memories, turning into a creature obsessed with seeking the 'Azure.' His body is linked directly to the Boundary, and is comprised of a near-infinite amount of bugs. 'Arakune' is how he is commonly known - especially on wanted posters. Its sense of values is no longer close to what it was while human. Its words often sound like gibberish, but what is understood is its purpose to seek even greater knowledge. Furthermore, maintaining its physical state is extremely difficult, which is why it consumes humans and members of the Kaka Clan to survive. There have been recorded responses to the names Litchi and Kokonoe, but clearly its memory is shattered. That became even more evident when prolonged exposure to Litchi cornered it into a state of complete mental agitation. That is, until Relius Clover rescued the creature and took it under his control. Now, Arakune continues to seek the Azure, confined by the strings attached to Relius's hands.
Bio (in-game): A man among men, who places above all, loyalty, sympathy and courage. He is the leader of his ninja clan, serving his master, Tenjo of the Ikaruga Federation. The scar on his face was left by Jin of the NOL, during the Ikaruga Civil War. At the same time, Bang loses his one and only master, Lord Tenjo. Though filled with despair, he swore to himself that he would follow Lord Tenjo's final words, 'No matter what, do not hate the Librarium. Do not think of revenge.' Thus, Bang focuses all of his energy on rescuing the refugees of Ikaruga. He currently resides in what is known as Ronin-Gai of Kagutsuchi, planning the reconstruction of his motherland, Ikaruga. To raise the necessary funds for such a feat, as well as serve justice to the world, he becomes a 'Vigilante,' picking off bounties whenever he can. Now, he is after the most notorious of them all, Ragna. His hot-blooded nature and over-the-top personality is hardly what one might expect from a ninja, but once in the heat of battle, he is quick on his feet and mind, never losing his cool, executing decisions with precision. Upon hearing rumors of Tenjo's true 'heir' from Valkenhayn, he sets off on a quest to find him. But during his quest his learns of Tenjo's dying wish from Platinum, and accordingly heads for his true home, Ikaruga.
Bio (in-game): A young boy who is one of the highest ranking Vigilantes. Due to his talents, he was invited by the NOL to attend the Military Academy as an honor student. His aptitude for ars magus is unprecedented. Although he was in the academy while Noel and Jin were there, he eventually left. His thought-process is mature for his age and he is able to swiftly and cleverly perform in almost any situation. The abandonment by his own kin results in distrust towards all adults, festering a certain aggression within him. However, he maintains a graceful façade in front of his targets, never letting them see his true colors. He fights alongside the automaton, 'Nirvana,' and has a deep, abnormal affection for her. Perhaps because his sister Ada is in fact the framework upon which Nirvana is constructed. Carl seeks the Azure Grimoire, believing it is the only way to save his sister Ada from her fate. He sets his sights on two targets: Ragna the Bloodedge and Kokonoe...and his journey takes him to Ikaruga.
Bio (in-game): One of the Six Heroes who defeated the Black Beast. He analyzes every situation calmly and mechanically, always taking the best possible option. He shows no concern for anyone or thing that is not his enemy. The truth behind his identity, however, is Jin, who slipped through time while falling into the cauldron with Ragna and Nu. On the verge of death, Rachel decides to save Jin by merging him with the Susano'o Unit, turning him into Hakumen. Since Hakumen and Jin are in fact the same existence, they would not normally be able to exist in the same plane, but because of the continuum shift, they are able to coexist. After defeating the Black Beast, he is sealed away in another dimension at the hands of a certain someone, but is later salvaged from the Boundary by Kokonoe. His prolonged time in the dimensional prison has stripped from him a majority of his strength. While under Kokonoe's control upon being salvaged, Rachel frees him. He then heads towards Ikaruga so that he might see his own form of justice through.
Bio (in-game): A Captain in the NOL's Intelligence Department, codenamed Hazama. His constant gentle expression makes it difficult to grasp his true intentions. He avoids confrontation, always bowing and giving way to whomever he speaks, but that does not mean he's a pushover. It would not be an understatement to say his schemes have schemes of their own, and seldom will his plans fail. His true identity is in fact one of the Six Heroes who defeated the Black Beast, Yuuki Terumi. Terumi is a violent, inhumane character, who finds pleasure in watching others suffer. The current vessel, 'Hazama' is Relius's creation during the Dark War. He plotted to use the Sword of the Godslayer, Kusanagi to destroy the Master Unit in Kagutsuchi, but is stopped by Ragna. Finding the silver lining in his mission's failure, however, he seizes the Takamagahara that once controlled him. Once again, he plots to bring the Master Unit down to earth, and destroy it, so he heads for Ikaruga. Together with Relius, he operates in the shadows, under the Imperator's watchful eye and guidance.
Bio (in-game): A cyborg warrior who works under the jurisdiction of Sector Seven. From his appearance, he gained the nickname, 'Red Devil.’ He used to be a military man, but after becoming gravely wounded during the Ikaruga Civil War, Kokonoe retrieved his body and rebuilt it into the cyborg that he is today. Thanks to combining his devil-like cells with a transplanted replica of Nirvana's core, his life is spared, but not his memory. The devil-like cells also have an effect on his appearance. Contrary to his outward appearance, he is gentle and honest. When it comes to missions, he is loyal and versatile, making him Kokonoe's instant favorite to carry out her orders. In addition to tracking the escaped Hakumen in Kagutsuchi, he retrieved Noel after she became the Eye of the Azure. Kokonoe would be at a loss without his prowess. After bringing Noel and Makoto to Sector Seven HQ, he is dispatched by Kokonoe to Ikaruga... for his next mission.
Bio (in-game): Ragna’s younger brother, who is more commonly known as the 'Hero of Ikaruga.' He is almost always cool and composed - the keyword being 'almost.' To most, he is apathetic and even cruel at times, but deep down he's ambitious, competitive and lonely. According to Ragna, however, he was a little cry baby in his youth. He was adopted by one of the families of the Duodecim, the Kisaragi family, and there, nurtured his talents into what it is today. He is given his own unit while still in the Military Academy, and only moments after graduating, he is sent to Ikaruga, where, his war efforts will earn him the infamous title. He will become the youngest commander of a unit that size, with the rank of Major. He wins his commendations for bringing down the leader of the Federation, Tenjo; however, Jin doesn't remember details of the event because Terumi erased parts of his memory. The mental strain placed upon Jin from his beloved Nox Nyctores: Yukianesa, causes him to behave irrationally when around Ragna. He is filled with attachment and murderous intent, often ignoring his orders to quench his thirst. After he overcomes Yukianesa's curse, he gains the Power of Order, and is able to control his will. Now under the guidance of none other than Jubei, Jin sets off to free his childhood friend, Tsubaki, from the Imperator's curse. His destination? Ikaruga.
Bio (in-game): Formerly a member of Sector Seven's research team, she was also Kokonoe's apprentice. With her abundance of knowledge, she opens a clinic in the lower levels of the 13th Hierarchical City Kagutsuchi to help those who need treatment, as well as collect information about her former colleague, Arakune. It is her life-mission to save him. A sophisticated woman, whose personality and sense of humor is loved by everyone she meets. Even the Kaka Clan, known for their distaste of humans, trusts her deeply. However, when it comes to matters surrounding Arakune, she becomes so focused, she ignores everything else. She's also an avid and rather good gambler, and isn't afraid to pound the drinks hard. Although, when the drinks start flowing, she tends to dispense life advice to anyone around. After discovering the secret to saving Arakune lies within the Azure, she decides to work in conjunction with the NOL... the organization she once opposed.
Bio (in-game): A squirrel beastkin girl. She was born in the lower levels of the city, but with her unprecedented physical strength and prowess, she enters the Military Academy. At first, bullying was common, given her beastkin nature, but that ends when she met Noel and Tsubaki, her roommates. Shyness is not part of her vocabulary, as she's kind to everyone around her. She's passionate about her friends, and would never forgive someone who hurts them. Her energy level is always at 120%, and generally she sets the mood for the group. Seldom does she overthlnk or strategize before diving into the thick of a situation. She has taken on several dangerous missions as an intelligence agent In the NOL, and plots to make contact with Sector Seven. During that process, she crosses paths with the lead scientist, Kokonoe, and her subordinate Tager. Before long, Makoto joins their cause. However, concerned about Tsubaki, who recently fell to the Imperator's curse, she convinces Noel to escape Sector Seven to save their mutual friend, together.
Bio (in-game): The girl with the power to terminate the endless loop of this world. Orphaned by the Ikaruga Civil War, she finds home in the lower class nobles, the Vermillion family. Her memories before becoming adopted, however, are all but gone. She is quite shy, and is not great at finding new relationships. But, she cares deeply for the family that took her In, and the friends who surround her. She will fight, If it means saving them. Her battle prowess is quite high, especially when it comes to ars magus. She enters the military academy with top scores. Her talents did not go unnoticed, and it wasn't long until she was assigned to Jin's unit. Tsubaki and Makoto are friends from her Military Academy days. The very first mission she received was one to bring back her superior of the NOL, Jin Kisaragi, who was accused of defecting. She heads for Kagutsuchi, where she inherits the true 'Azure,' which will drastically change her fate. While still chasing Jin, she falls victim to Hazama's scheme, and awakens as μ-No.12-. After being rescued by Ragna, she finds shelter in Sector Seven, but immediately sets off with Makoto to save their friend Tsubaki from the clutches of the Imperator.
Bio (in-game): Wielder of the Nox Nyctores, Arma Reboare: Muchorin. Inside her tiny body resides three souls: the short-tempered and hot-headed young girl, Luna, the laid back and carefree young boy, Sena, and one of the Six Heroes, Trinity Glassfille. Since her and his personalities appear and disappear, it's difficult to determine which action belongs to which; although, the tone of their voice is certainly a strong clue. The one point they have in common, is a hatred towards anyone who is 'too close' to their Master Jubei. Currently, they are on a quest to defeat Terumi, In hopes that it might make Jubei like them more. They head for Ikaruga.
Bio (in-game): Head of the Vampire clan, 'Alucard.' At one time she oversaw the Boundary with the Takamagahara System. She houses one of the Sankishin, the Tsukuyomi Unit within her, and is an observer that has lived for millennia. She knew of Ragna from when he was young, and presented him with the opportunity to wield the Azure Grimoire. She is also the one who gave Jin the Susano'o Unit. She is refined and wise, and carries herself with an aura of elegance. But contrary to her appearance, she's quite free spirited, arrogant, and domineering at times. It is not uncommon to see her vilify anything that does not suit her tastes. She seldom lifts a finger to do anything, and relies on her familiars, Nago and Gii, to do her bidding. While being a key player in our world, she is forbidden to intervene in its course of events. Thus, it has been her fate to silently observe the world repeat itself over and over. But when Noel triggered change to occur once more in the world, Rachel devises a plan to take down her arch nemesis, Terumi, once and for all. She rescues Hakumen, and keeps him under her domain.
Bio (in-game): The protagonist of our story. He bears the weight of the Azure Grimoire on his right hand, and is commonly known as the 'Grim Reaper.' His personality is rough around the edges, and he hardly plans ahead. His fighting style reflects this, and most of his attacks involve charging at the opponent, and swinging wildly, rather than with precision. He has a bit of a foul mouth, but he cares deeply about those close to him. During his younger years, he lived with his brother Jin, his sister Saya, and the Sister that was taking care of them in a small church. But that all came to an end when Yuuki Terumi murdered the Sister in cold blood, and took Jin and Saya with him. Ragna lost his right arm during this encounter. As a result of the shock, his blonde hair turned white, and his fusion with the remains of the Black Beast turned his right eye red. Originally, he was not adept in ars magus, but with the Azure Grimoire now bound to his body, he is able to wield it effectively. With Jubei’s teachings, his combative prowess grow formidable, and he decides to rebel against the Librarium on his own. His goal? Destroy all the cauldrons, in which the Murakumo Unit can be smelted. In the process of taking down all the NOL branches, he becomes the most wanted man, with the highest bounty in the world. Some say, however, that his true motive is to find Saya's whereabouts. As if beckoned by Rachel's call, he makes his way to the 13th Hierarchical City, Kagutsuchi, and fights the mysterious girl known as v-No.13-. As he's about to fall into the cauldron himself, Noel saves him, breaking the previously infinite loop of time. Ragna returns the favor not long after, saving Noel in exchange for his left arm, when Terumi turns her into μ-No.12-. And to his surprise, after saving Noel, he encounters the 'girl' for whom he was searching. Only she...was the Imperator. After Kokonoe regenerates his left arm, he heads to the Hierarchical City that was home to the Ikaruga Federation to face his fate. With... Taokaka.
Bio (in-game): Carl's blood-related father. A well-known doll maker, who is also a Captain in the NOL. He is also the creator of the Boundary Interface Prime Field Devices. He covers his eyes with a mask, but generally maintains a chivalrous manner of speech and attitude. Nevertheless, one feels a darker side that he keeps hidden behind the façade, when coming into contact. His personality is extremely methodical, and egoistic. He cares little for anything that does not relate to his research, and he is witty enough to manipulate even Hazama - a bonafide mad scientist who sees humans as objects, and has no hard feelings using them in his experiments. As proof, he used his own wife as the basis for the Detonator, Ignis, and Ada as the platform for Nirvana. Upon discovering Shuichiro Ayatsuki's ultimate and ancient creation, the Kushinada's Lynchpin was located in Ikaruga, he wastes no time travelling there.
Bio (in-game): She is a descendant of the Kaka Clan, a race of bioweapons created from the genes of Jubei, one of the Six Heroes. Simple and moody, put nicely, she's innocent, but on the flipside, she hardly listens to others, but rather does whatever her primal instincts tells her. She loves interaction with others, and often forgets her objective when there is something else that interests her more. Her short-term memory is worse than that of a bird, and she has been known to forget things after taking only three steps. She cannot remember people's names, and will give everyone nicknames based on an arbitrary trait. Her favorite activities are napping and eating, and among that, meat buns rank the highest. While she's the current protector of the Kaka Village, she joins Ragna on his quest, so that she might also grow as a warrior. For now, they head to Ikaruga. During Taokaka's absence Torakaka has agreed to protect the village from harm.
Bio (in-game): The next head of the Yayoi Family of the Duodecim. She is a member of the Zero Squadron, Wings of Justice - the squadron in charge of policing internal affairs of the NOL. Though she was born into a prestigious family, she doesn't flaunt her status. She excels in both the literary and martial arts, is reliable and takes matters seriously; although, some might say she's too inflexible when it comes to rules. Jin and her are childhood friends, and she meets Noel and Makoto in the Military Academy. Despite her enlisting in to the services, she herself does not like fighting and believes her efforts will help establish order, which will eliminate war. For that cause, she is ready to soak her hands in blood. Tsubaki receives the order from the commander in chief of the NOL, the Imperator, to terminate her best friends Jin and Noel for desertion. Her heart still torn, she takes her family heirloom, the Izayoi, and reluctantly heads to Kagutsuchi. Tsubaki tries to reason with her friends, but is instead consumed by her jealousy for Noel, falling victim to Hazama's scheme. When she hits rock bottom and is blinded by her path, she is saved by the Imperator. Her loyalty becomes even stronger.
Bio (in-game): One of the Six Heroes that defeated the Black Beast. He is a wolf beastkin, and a servant to the Alucard Family, a noble line of vampires. He is not only an excellent butler, but has honed a wide variety of skills during his lifetime, including the delicacy of tea, which comes in handy when serving his current master, Rachel. He carries himself with an aura of gentility, and never says more than he must, but when faced with one who wishes to harm his master, Rachel, he shows no mercy. Despite Relius, his arch nemesis's appearance, Valkenhayn suppresses the urge to fight and follows Rachel's wishes, making his way to the land of battle: Ikaruga.
Bio (in-game): A bio-weapon created by Kokonoe. An imitation of the 'Murakumo' unit, built with the 11th Prime Field Device Tager retrieved during Ikaruga, combined with the soul of v-No.l3-, thought to have been lost at the Gates of Sheol. Furthermore, Kokonoe installed an IDEA Engine as a final resort and secret weapon against Terumi. All of Lambda's memories deleted, Kokonoe uses her to carry out missions. That is, until she encountered Ragna, when ν-No.13-'s memories began to resurface. She is destroyed, protecting Ragna from Terumi's attack. That is when Ragna absorbs the IDEA Engine into himself.
Bio (in-game): The Eye of the Azure - this is Noel's form when she consumes the eye and becomes the Successor. Her ultimate evolution as a Prime Field Device. Since she was forcibly awakened as the Sword of the Godslayer, Kusanagi, her old memories are brought back to the surface again, turning her into a much more aggressive version of herself. μ-No.12-, the only entity able to destroy the Master Unit in the Boundary, is saved by Ragna, and regains her consciousness as Noel. With her conscious regained, she seeks the help of Rachel, hoping to wield her newfound power and save her friend Tsubaki from the Imperator's curse.
Bio (in-game): A young girl who appeared from the cauldron buried deep within Kagutsuchi. She is one of the three sacred units, the Murakumo Unit. She is both the last Nox Nyctores, and the core of a Black Beast. Her actions and personality is machine-like and because of Saya's soul, she shows emotion while in the proximity of Ragna. She's also a fragment of the Black Beast's shell, which houses Ragna, and by fusing with him, they become the Black Beast that brought terror to the world. She's also known as the 13th Prime Field Device, or the Blade of Hades. Although she fell into the cauldron once, she was revived as Lambda, after being retrieved by Kokonoe. Now she roams as the Blade of Hades, in hopes that she might fuse with Ragna once more. All according to Hazama's plan...
BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma
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The third main installment of the BlazBlue series of fighting games, featuring revised gameplay systems (including a new "Overdrive" system), refined character sprites, and a re-arranged metal soundtrack.
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Ada Clover is the Older Sister of Carl and daughter of Relius and Ignis.
Amane is one of the four new playable characters introduced in Blazblue Chrono Phantasma. He is a travelling performer and fighter who recruits young war orphans to his theatre troupe.
Arakune is one of the fighters in BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger. Its Drive Ability is called Crimson, which curses an opponent, causing multiple insects to attack.
One of the four new playable characters in Blazblue Chrono Phantasma. Azrael is a hand-to-hand specialist with super human strength. His strength is so monstrous he has placed limiters on his own power. Nicknamed the "Mad Dog" after his indiscriminate attacks against friends and foes in the Ikaruga war.
Bang Shishigami is a self-parodying ninja from BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger. His Drive Ability: Burning Heat enables him to use the full extent of his ninjutsu skills.
One of the four new playable characters in Blazblue Chrono Phantasma. Bullet is a grappler, raised by an all male group of mercenaries. Due to her upbringing she is somewhat naive to the world outwith the battlefield.
Carl is one of the fighters in BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger. His Drive Ability is called Auto Maton, which allows the player to control Nirvana, a mechanical marionette whom is also Carl's sister, Ada Clover.
Celica A. Mercury
Celica A. Mercury is the sister of Konoe A. Mercury as well as the adoptive mother of Ragna, Jin, and Saya. She makes her playable debut in the arcade version of BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma and is first playable on consoles in BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend.
Hades Izanami is revealed to be the true antagonist of the Blazblue series and the one using Saya as her Vessel
"I am the white void. I am the cold steel. I am the just sword. With blade in hand shall I reap the sins of this world and cleanse it in the fires of destruction. I am Hakumen. The end has come!"
Hazama works for the intelligence department of the NOL (Novus Orbis Librarium). In the story he travels around and gives orders to Noel. At the end of the story, he reveals himself to be the evil being Terumi or at least his vessel.
Hibiki Kohaku is a servant of Kagura Mutsiki from the BlazBlue series and becomes a playable character in Central Fiction.
This mechanized woman was once the wife of Relius Clover. Now she is little more than a new weapon for Relius to utilize.
Iron Tager (TR-0009) is a fighter in the game BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger. His Drive Ability is called Volttech Battler, which uses electricity and magnetism to grab his opponents.
Jin Kisaragi is a Major within the 4th Thaumaturgist Squadron of the Novus Orbis Librarium. His Drive Ability is called Frost Bite, which freezes opponents.
Kagura Mutsuki is a character in the BlazBlue series.
A genius cat-lady who works for Sector Seven, and has her own reasons for wanting to kill Terumi.
Λ-11 (pronounced 'Lambda-11') is an older copy of the Murakumo unit who has been awakened by Kokonoe to carry out her wishes.
Litchi Faye Ling
Litchi is a doctor who runs a health clinic in Kagutsuchi while she searches for a way to revert Arakune to his formal self. She uses her Matenbou to beat down her opponents.
An energetic squirrel-girl that first appeared as an NPC in BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger before being made available as DLC for Continuum Shift. As a student, she was friends with Noel and Tsubaki.
Mu-12 is the 12 prime field device in BlazBlue.
Nine the Phantom
Nine the Phantom is an important character in the BlazBlue story, with connections to several of the characters.
Noel is a character in the game BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger. Her Drive Ability is called Chain Revolver, which helps in chaining combos together.
Platinum the Trinity
Platinum is one of BlazBlue's "Six Heroes". She wields a staff and has a split personality.
Rachel is a character from the fighting game BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger. She is a vampire and head of the Alucard family.
Ragna the Bloodedge
Ragna the Bloodedge is one of the fighters in the game BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger. His Drive Ability ("Soul Eater") absorbs the opponent's life.
Father of Carl Clover. Relius is a major antagonist in Continuum Shift, attempting to capture Noel Vermillion for his nefarious experiments.
Saya is the genetic sister of Ragna the Bloodedge and Jin Kisaragi.
Taokaka is a fighter from the BlazBlue franchise. She is a cat-girl, with a Drive ability known as Dancing Edge: Reckless Kitty; a fast slashing attack that lets her dart across the screen at will.
Trinity Glassfille is one of the members of the Six heroes from BlazBlue.
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Includes 4 items: BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger , BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend , BlazBlue: Chronophantasma Extend , BlazBlue Centralfiction
“A must for anyone who is into their fighting games...” 9/10 – Gamestyle “Endlessly deep combat system that suits both newcomer and veteran alike...” 9/10 – PSU “There’s quite a bit here to sink your teeth into whether you’re a grizzled veteran...” 8.5/10 – IGN
- System voice : Additional selectable System voices, featuring Mai Natsume and Kajun Faycott.
- 'My room' item pack A, B, C, D : Total of 28 characters' worth of in-game posters and Blue Radio mats.
- 8-bit Character avatars: 'XBLAZE Lost Memories' Set.
Chronophantasma(CP) mode available for players who wish to play in the previous balances. "CP" mode is only available in the following game modes: VS, Training and Player match(Network). ※ Both Celica and Lambda are not usable in "CP" mode.
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Ready to fight with style, new stage, characters and additional scenarios, remix heart and gag scenarios, system requirements.
- OS *: Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1
- Processor: Intel Core2 Duo
- Memory: 2 GB RAM
- Graphics: nVidia GeForce 7900 GT or better / AMD Radeon X1900 / nVidia GeForce GT 620 (Windows 8.1)
- DirectX: Version 9.0
- Storage: 10 GB available space
- Sound Card: Direct Sound
- Processor: Intel Core i5 / i7
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: nVidia GeForce 8800 GT or better / AMD Radeon HD3700 / nVidia GeForce GT 650 (Windows 8.1)
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Chrono Phantasma (Phantoms of Time)
The Chrono Phantasma (Phantoms of Time) ( 刻の幻影 クロノファンタズマ ) are those who have a future that is different from the one that they originally had. Rachel Alucard is the only known Phantom of Time. They are similar to, but should not be mistaken for, the Chrono Phantasma (Those Who Should Not Exist) .
Much is unknown about the Chrono Phantasma. How to become one is unknown and the specific powers that they can employ is not known either. With the rare exception, they are completely immune to Phenomenon Intervention .
By definition, the Chrono Phantasma are the ones who have had their future changed. By definition, Ragna the Bloodedge , Nu-13 , Mu-12 , Noel Vermillion , and Tsubaki Yayoi should also fall into this category as their deaths were prevented as part of the Looping World , but there appears to be more than having a different future in order to qualify. How Rachel became a Chrono Phantasma and how her future was changed is unknown.
- Rachel Alucard
Blazblue: central fiction library entry.
Rachel referred to herself as this in the story of 'Chrono Phantasma.'
The 'Phantoms of Time' (Chrono Phantasma) are those who possess a different 'future' from the one they should originally have. With certain exceptions, they are not affected by the 'Phenomena Interventions' of Observers. 
- BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma
- Chrono Phantasma (Those Who Should Not Exist)
- ↑ BlazBlue: Central Fiction, Library Entry, World #001
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Las magistrales peleas en 2D vividas en BlazBlue Chrono Phantasma llegan revisadas y aumentadas gracias a esta "extensión" del título original que vuelven a firmar uno de los grandes expertos en el género: Arc System Works.
Con las franquicias Guilty Gear y BlazBlue entre otros trabajos, el estudio Arc System Works se ha convertido en todo un referente dentro de los juegos de lucha 2D . Es cierto que de vez en cuando nos traen otros títulos más flojos como el reciente Dragon Ball Z Extreme Butoden de Nintendo 3DS, pero en líneas generales es uno de los equipos más prestigiosos creando arcades de lucha tradicionales. Y eso es lo que vuelven a demostrar con esta "ampliación" que lleva la coletilla Extend , juego basado en el excelente BlazBlue Chrono Phantasma y que nos ha dejado unas sensaciones magníficas.
En líneas generales y como ya sucedió tanto con el título original como con Continuum Shift , en BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend nos encontramos ante un festival de acción y peleas clásicas que ostenta multitud de virtudes. Un gran equilibrio entre los personajes, una amplísima cantidad de estilos de lucha diferentes entre los que elegir, un nivel técnico sensacional y modos de juego para aburrir son sus principales reclamos. Al tratarse de una edición extendida del original no vamos a explicar los pormenores del juego dado que eso podéis hacerlo leyendo el análisis pertinente, así que vamos a centrarnos en las novedades que nos ofrece esta versión… no muy numerosas pero sí al menos atractivas. Pero que quede claro que, en cuanto a su apartado jugable se refiere, nos parece uno de los mejores exponentes del género en la actualidad sin ningún género de duda.
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La característica más innovadora que se ha introducido en esta versión es la aparición de dos nuevos personajes . Y entre todos ellos, conforman un plantel que se acerca a la treintena de protagonistas, cifra más que considerable para un juego de estas características.
La primera protagonista inédita que pasa a formar parte del plantel lleva por nombre Celica A. Mercury , una joven alegre que a pesar de que no es de nuestros personajes favoritos, tiene un par de ataques especiales bastante convincentes. Y por otro lado está Lambda Nº11 , la misma robot que ya conocimos en Continuum Shift y que posee un gran repertorio de movimientos.
A pesar de estas nuevas caras, para nosotros el elemento más llamativo que ha sido introducido en esta edición Extend tiene que ver con el modo Historia . Y es que en él vamos a poder disfrutar ya no sólo de la historia ya aparecida en el juego primigenio, sino de tres arcos argumentales totalmente nuevos basados en tres personajes que nos gustan mucho (como a la mayoría de los seguidores de esta serie). De esta forma Bullet, Kagura y Kokonoe protagonizan las historias The Rat, Determination y Collision respectivamente. Y os aseguramos que en todas ellas no falta el dramatismo, sentido del humor y carga emocional clásicas de las producciones basadas en esta saga.
Pero estos tres arcos no son los únicos en incluirse en esta edición, ya que quedan acompañados por la historia bautizada como Remix Heart Gaiden que se basa en el manga BlazBlue: Remix Heart , así como nuevos escenarios Gag . A este renovado Story Mode se han introducido algunos nuevos como el Libray Mode , ideal para que los nuevos jugadores se documenten correctamente, mientras que otros como el Challenge, Tutorial o incluso el modo online se han visto algo modificados. Esta última opción permite a 64 personas acceder a un lobby o, incluso, crear una sala propia, potenciando mucho dicha opción.
Igualmente, su vertiente jugable también se ha visto algo alterada, tratando de equilibrar las fuerzas de los protagonistas. De esta forma se ha reequilibrado el potencial de la mayoría de los personajes siguiendo la línea marcada por la versión 2.0 del Arcade original Blazblue Chrono Phantasma, algo que se deja notar en muchos personajes como Jin, Makoto o Nu 13. Y para terminar, también se ha renovado y reajustado el sistema Guard Gauge , permitiéndonos efectuar más acciones de ataque y defensa en función del medidor de turno.
A todo esto se unen pequeños detalles que también merece la pena comentar, como la adición de la función Cross-Play entre las versiones PS4 y PS3 (por desgracia PS Vita no es compatible), alguna que otra melodía nueva, la inclusión de casi todos los DLCs aparecidos y otros pequeños ajustes.
Para acabar, en términos gráficos también se ha mejorado un tanto la definición en las entregas destinadas a las consolas de Nueva Generación, alcanzando los 1080p nativos , si bien en PS3 y PS Vita lucen casi igual de bien, siendo uno de los juegos de lucha 2D más bonitos jamás realizados.
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Arc System Works perfecciona todavía más su excelente título de lucha 2D y además lo versiona tanto para PS4 como para Xbox One, versiones que son las que mejor cara lucen de las cuatro. Un gran elenco de personajes controlables, reajustes en su jugabilidad, escenarios de nuevo cuño y opciones para todos los gustos redondean un título al que únicamente se le puede criticar su falta de originalidad. De lo mejor que podemos encontrar en este momento dentro de este clásico género, si bien aquellos que ya posean el original deberían pensárselo mucho para hacerse con esta nueva entrega.
- Excelente sistema de control, muy completo
- Más de veinte personajes controlables aseguran una profundidad total
- Los ataques especiales son un espectáculo sensacional
- El modo Historia es excelente, de lo mejor del género
- Impresionante acabado gráfico y sonoro, artesanal y de calidad
- Las novedades que ofrece son muy justas
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Page Updated : August 12th, 2021 Developer(s) : Arc System Works Publisher(s) : Arc System Works, PQube Platform(s) : Arcade, PS3, PS4, Vita, Xbox One Release Date(s) : Nov. 21st, 2012 Arcade Oct. 24th, 2013 PS3 Mar. 25th, 2014 PS3 Apr. 24th, 2014 Vita June 24th, 2014 Vita Oct. 9th, 2014 Arcade - Ver. 2.0 update Apr. 23rd, 2015 PS4/PS3/Vita/XB1 - Blazblue: CP Extend June 30th, 2015 PS4/PS3/Vita/XB1 - Blazblue: CP Extend Characters : Ragna The Bloodedge , Jin Kisaragi , Noel Vermillion , Bang Shishigami , Iron Tager , Arakune , Rachel Alucard , Litchi Faye Ling , Carl Clover , Taokaka , Hakumen , Hazama , Tsubaki-Yayoi , Makoto , Valkenhayn R. Hellsing , Platinum the Trinity , Relius Clover , Nu-13 , Mu-12 , Amane , Bullet , Azrael , Izayoi , Yuki Terumi , Kagura Mutsuki , Kokonoe , Celica A. Mercury (Extend/Arcade) , Lamda-11 (Extend/Arcade) Featured Video : Related Games : BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger , BlazBlue: Continuum Shift , BlazBlue: Continuum Shift 2 , BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend , BlazBlue: Central Fiction , BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle , Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN- , Guilty Gear X: Accent Core Plus , Battle Fantasia , King of Fighters XIII , Arcana Heart 3 , Sengoku Basara X , Hokuto No Ken , Skullgirls , AquaPazza , Persona 4 Arena , JoJo's Bizarre Adventure , JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle , Chaos Code , Legend of Raven , Xuan Dou Zhi Wang , Under Night In-Birth , Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax Gameplay Engine 8.0 / 10 Story / Theme 9.0 / 10 Overall Graphics 8.5 / 10 Animation 8.5 / 10 Music / Sound Effects 7.5 / 10 Innovation 7.5 / 10 Art Direction 8.0 / 10 Customization 9.0 / 10 Options / Extras 8.0 / 10 Intro / Presentation 8.5 / 10 Replayability / Fun 7.0 / 10 "Ouch" Factor 6.5 / 10 Characters 8.0 / 10 BOTTOM LINE 8.1 / 10 Review based on PS3 / Vita version Final Words : From a 6-year-old franchise, expecting "more of the same" is a given. Arc System works isn't trying to reinvent the wheel (of fate) in their latest installment. Clearly, Chrono Phantasma is primarily directed towards returning hardcore fans of the series, and does require some previously existing knowledge to enjoy fully. If someone were to jump into the game now, I think they'd be overwhelmed by the sheer number of characters and "completely different" play-styles. That said, there's still quite a learning curve if you plan on playing competitively. The intuitive " Street Fighter style" attack commands are there, but the deep end of the pool is pretty deep. Even so, if you're showing BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma to a green player... they'll no doubt be impressed (even though they'll have no idea what's going on). In that sense, BlazBlue is still an easy game to get into for any casual video game player... but of course, very difficult to master. It can also be a pretty intimidating game when going up against an upper level player. Like in many other fast-paced 2D fighters, absorbing 2 or 3 lengthy combos from a skilled player will almost always result in certain death. While character balance in Chrono Phantasma is pretty uneven, and quite a lot of practice & study is required to relearn and enjoy the game competitively, Chrono Phantasma still manages to deliver as a sequel for players of all levels. My personal opinion of the new character designs is mixed... On one hand, you've got the badass (yet awkwardly colored) beast, Azrael, who attacks with ferocity; then you have the feminine, cross-dressing Amane, who attacks by transforming his kimono into different shapes. Indeed, most of Blazblue's cast is still incredibly random and off-the-wall. In continuation, the latest iteration of Blazblue seems to have taken the idea of "ultra-sexualizing" females a bit too far... in my opinion. Bullet, for example, looked to me like a really interesting and cool character design at first glance... until I saw her in gameplay, with her ass awkwardly sticking out while fighting. Ohh, and then she removes her top to reveal her huge boobs when she wins. ( What is this... DOA? ) Considering other sexualized females in BlazBlue (Litche Faye Ling & Makoto-Nanaya)... I'm starting to question the heart behind the direction of some of the new designs. Honestly I wasn't "inspired" by the new designs like I was in the first couple of installments. Nonetheless, BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma is most definitely a quality 2D fighter and a worthy revisit to the series. There's enough new content to keep players busy for months, but if you've played the most recent prequels, there's also a lot you'll be familiar with already. ~TFG Webmaster | @Fighters_Gen Click Here for all character artwork! Click Here for all posters / box artwork! Click Here for all screenshots! F OLLOW ON: TFG NEWS CHARACTERS GAMES
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In a time now long past, mankind faced extinction at the hands of the “Black Beast”, a creature that appeared out of the darkness. The Beast was possessed by an awesome power, and it appeared that the time of man would soon be at an end. It was then, in humanity’s darkest hour, that six heroes of unknown origin came forward to defeat the Beast. They brought with them the ancient power of “Ars Magus”, which they freely shared with mankind. Turning their ingenuity to the formation of new, more powerful weapons, humanity discovered a process by which they could infuse their own technology with the power of ancient magic. It was in this way that humanity created the “Ars Magus” and discovered a power far beyond what magic or technology alone could have given them.
With this newfound power, mankind once again confronted the Beast, with the six heroes fighting alongside them. After many long, blood-soaked battles, the Beast finally fell, ending what would come to be known as the “First War of Magic”. The heroes who fought beside human warriors in the First War of Magic were immortalized for their deeds and, through generations, came to be known as the “Six Heroes”.
The Black Beast was defeated, and humanity breathed a sigh of relief, but their troubles were far from over.
Great flows of a substance that looked to most like a black fog began to pour from the corpse of the Black Beast, and before long it covered most of the Earth’s surface. It was quickly discovered that prolonged exposure to this black mist, later dubbed “Seithr”, was detrimental to humans. In an effort to avoid it, what remained of the human race retreated to cities built near the tops of mountains, known as “Hierarchical Cities”.
An organization was formed during the First War to regulate the use of the “Grimoire”, the Armagus training texts. This “Novus Orbis Librarium Armagus”, and the power it wielded with the Grimoire Armagus, brought about great advances across the spectrum of human technology. These gains threw mankind into a vast and all-encompassing reconstruction.
Decades have passed since the Librarium established itself as a dictatorship, and Magic became the deciding factor in nearly all of humanity’s affairs. This has led to a large socioeconomic gap between those who can wield the power of Armagus and those who cannot. Tensions began to flare, and before long a rebel organization calling itself the “Ikaruga Union” appeared, defying the totalitarian authority of the Librarium. With the creation of the Ikaruga Union, angry thoughts became open hostilities, and the “Second War of Magic” began. Tensions began to flare, and before long a rebel organization calling itself the “Ikaruga Federation” appeared, defying the totalitarian authority of the Librarium. With the creation of the Ikaruga Federation, angry thoughts became open hostilities, and the “Second War of Magic” began. It was this conflict, which also came to be known as the “Ikaruga Civil War”, that saw humans using the power of Armagus against one another for the first time. 
Several years after the end of the Second War, multiple branches of the Librarium reputed to command a force as powerful as an entire nation's army were suddenly and utterly destroyed. Inexplicably, the hidden cauldrons within each branch were also completely decimated. The few survivors spoke in hushed, shaken tones of a single man who had appeared out of nowhere, cutting down all in his path.
His name was "Ragna the Bloodedge".
He appeared to had achieved his goal upon the destruction of the NOL cauldron located in the deepest reaches of the 13th Hierarchal City of Kagutsuchi. Unfortanately, his ultimate aim has yet to be fulfilled. Ragna has sensed the ressurection of one of the Six Heroes, a man by the name of Terumi, and quietly waits for the return of his true enemy...
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Information [ ]
BlazBlue: Chronophantasma Extend features an extended version of the story from BlazBlue: Chronophantasma . It features the playable inclusion of Celica A. Mercury , as well as the reintroduction of Lambda-11 as a standalone playable character. There are also several gameplay changes kept over from the 2.0 update of the Arcade version of the original BlazBlue: Chronophantasma . There is cross-platform connectivity between the PS3 and PS4 versions of the game; however, the PS Vita version is incapable of this.
All previous DLC characters, BGMs and stages are present. The story contents, which were exclusives for PSVita, returned.
Challenge mode has been changed in order to add Celica and Lambda’s own challenges. Missions that consist of Special Attacks, Distortion Drives and Astral Heat are moved to the Tutorial mode. Every character has 20 missions in Challenge mode.
Items in Abyss mode has a “cost” parameter, which describes how many items a character can carry on them. Maximal “cost” value is 3, it can’t be exceeded. Items have different “cost” value.
There are additional story scenarios named The Rat , Determination , and Collision , focusing on Bullet , Kagura Mutsuki , and Kokonoe , respectively. A new story mode has been added that focuses around the events of BlazBlue: Remix Heart , named Remix Heart Branch . It is placed separately from other stories. There are eight additional gag scenarios , for Relius Clover, Amane Nishiki, Bullet, Azrael, Yūki Terumi, Kokonoe, Celica Ayatsuki Mercury, and Lambda-11.
The formerly Japan-exclusive glossary mode of the original game is included in the NA version.
Network mode contains of 13 worlds. Two worlds are intended for PS4 version of the game. Every world has 10 lobbies, with maximum of 64 players in a lobby. Player Match has a new function named “My Room”. Player can design it using in-game currency, and invite friends to battle them.
To differentiate from the original BlazBlue: Chronophantasma like with the previous BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend game, the HUD’s countdown timer for CP Extend is now in a magenta-color as opposed to a blueish one.
Steam version comes with a special “CP” mode, which allows the player to play with the original BlazBlue: Chronophantasma balance in the Training and Versus modes, and in the Player Match of Network Mode. Celica and Lambda are not usable in “CP” mode.
Playable characters [ ]
Returning characters: blue · New characters: purple
Practice [ ]
- Tutorial Mode ( チュートリアルモード , Chūtoriaru Mōdo )
- Training Mode ( トレーニングモード , Torēningu Mōdo )
- Challenge Mode ( チャレンジモード , Charenji Mōdo )
- Story Mode ( ストーリーモード , Sutōrī Mōdo )
- Teach Me More, Miss Litchi! ( もっと教えて！ライチ先生 , Mottooshiete! Raichi-sensei )
- Remix Heart Branch ( リミックスハート出張所 , Rimikkusu Hāto Shutchōjo )
- Glossary ( 用語集 , Yōgohyō )
- Arcade Mode ( アーケードモード , Ākēdo Mōdo )
- Versus Mode ( ブイエスモード , Buiesu Mōdo )
- Abyss Mode ( アビスモード , Abisu Mōdo )
- Score Attack Mode ( スコアアタックモード , Sukoa Atakku Mōdo )
- Unlimited Mars Mode ( アンリミテッドマーズモード , Anrimiteddo Māzu Mōdo )
- Highlander Assault Mode ( ハイランダーアサルトモード , Hairandā Asaruto Mōdo )
Network [ ]
- Network Mode ( ネットワークモード , Nettowāku Mōdo )
Collection [ ]
- Replay Theater ( リプレイシアター , Ripurei Shiatā )
- Gallery Mode ( ギャラリーモード , Gyararī Mōdo )
Gallery [ ]
- Online play (Ranked Matches, etc.) on Xbox One version of the game was discontinued at the end of 2016, and are inaccessible anymore.
- Each CG from Remix Heart Tour scenario, and the story mode sprites for Mai and Kajun Faycott , were also drawn by Sumeragi.
- This is the first game where the system voices can be unlocked by completing the respective character’s Arcade Mode (with the exception of Jūbei and the Emperor which are unlocked via the Gallery).
- The Steam store page of the game contained a prototype of the console opening of the vanilla version of Chronophantasma , which was removed shortly.
- Continuing on from Chronophantasma , there are color options for the playable cast that reference characters from two other Arc System Works games, Guilty Gear and Persona . They are as follows:
Player opinion, performance.
Warning. The data presented in the AA Defense sidebar section may be incorrect. For a graphic summary of ships Tiers VIII thru XI see LittleWhiteMouse's "Actual AA DPS" .
The Khabarovsk is the epitome of the "running and gunning" method of Soviet destroyer leaders first introduced at Tier 5 with Podvoisky .
Next: the gunning. She fires the same shells as Tashkent at the same rate of fire per barrel; however, she gains a fourth turret, as well as a slightly higher muzzle velocity. Together this allows her to put a withering storm of fire on any target, and switch targets quickly as conditions dictate. Unfortunately, while her firepower is impressive, her gun range is sorely lacking and needs every available upgrade to keep Khabarovsk at a comfortable range from its targets.
- Very fast with a base speed of 43 knots
- Powerful main armament of eight guns in four twin turrets with high rate of fire and good HE and AP performance
- Very large health pool
- Has 25mm of deck armor, a 50mm midsection, and 50mm plates on the bow and stern, excellent to shatter most HE and even bounce some large calliber AP shells
- Two quintuple torpedo launchers with the stealthiest torpedoes in the game
- Very poor base gun range
- Abysmal rudder shift time, worse than a heavy cruiser's without upgrades
- Worst concealment out of all destroyers in the game
- Very slow torpedoes with poor range and slow reload speed
The recommended upgrades for Khabarovsk are as follows:
Khabarovsk can equip the following consumables:
As a premium ship, Khabarovsk comes with Default permanent camouflage and a set of permanent combat bonuses.
Note that the India Delta signal flag is only useful for captains that choose her Repair Party over the Smoke Generator consumable. Likewise, the X-Ray Papa Unaone signal is only useful when combined with the Smoke Generator consumable.
Note: Use of the Juliet Charlie signal makes detonation impossible.
Press F to pay respects.
The Khabarovsk as it appears in World of Warships is a representation of the 1936 4500-ton Project 47 armored destroyer design.
- Contrary to the in-game description, Khabarovsk did not rival other contemporary destroyers because it never existed in metal to begin with.
- The French Le Fantasque -class is actually the fastest type of destroyer ever built.
-  :Russian Wikipedia page on the Project 47 Destroyer which briefly covers the design history of the Project 24.
 War Gaming Wiki Page on the Project 24 design the Khabarovsk is based on.
 : Information on the 130 mm/55 B-2-U guns (4th paragraph)
Ship Change Log
See here for links to Update notes.
- Available for testing by supertesters in the game starting from Update 0.5.0.1.
- Khabarovsk was added as a Tier X researchable ship.
- Experience earnings increased by 11%.
- A new mechanism for calculating damage and range of anti-aircraft weapons was introduced. As a result, AA characteristics were changed slightly.
- The firing range of the 37 mm 46-K anti-aircraft gun was increased from 3.2 to 3.5 km.
- Minor improvements to geometry and textures.
- The hull's armor model was refined.
- Replaced the boat of 1390 design with the boat of 378 design that is more historically accurate.
- Main battery firing range was decreased from 13.04 to 11.24 km.
- Main battery reload time was increased from 4.62 to 5 s.
- The damage of the HE-46 high explosive shell was increased from 1,600 to 1,900.
- The Repair Party consumable was added to the same slot as the Smoke Generator consumable.
- Rudder shift time was increased from 6.1 to 11.1 s.
- The 53-39 mod. 3 torpedoes were removed. The detectability of the ET-46 torpedoes was decreased from 1.1 to 0.6 km.
- Fixed a bug that caused the main guns to pass through elements of the ship when in restricted firing angles.
- Detectability when firing main guns in smoke was changed to 4.06 km.
- Fire extinguishing time now 30 s instead of 60 s.
- Removed a penalty that reduced the traverse speed of Khabarovsk's main turrets.
- The bonus applied to main battery's firing range was increased from 8% to 10%.
- A penalty of 20% was added to the action time of the ship's consumables.
- Loss of HP after being hit by an AP or SAP shell of 280 mm or larger no longer exceeds 10% of the maximum damage such a shell could cause.
- Minor fixes to geometry and textures of the ship.
- Fixed tooltips describing the elements of her armor in the Port.
- Moved from the tech tree to the Armory and given the status of a Special ship, with a purchase price of 240,000 Coal.
- If a player had the ship in their port when the replacement occurred, they were compensated 9,400,000 Credits. (half the ship’s cost).
- Minor fixes to model and textures of the ship.
- Minor fixes to geometry and textures of the Crush 'n' Destroy permanent camouflage.
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Flights from Khabarovsk (KHV)
Khabarovsk novy airport - airport code: khv, non-stop flights from khabarovsk (khv).
Khabarovsk Airport (IATA: KHV, ICAO: UHHH), also known as Khabarovsk Novy Airport, is a medium sized airport in Russia. It is an international airport and serves the area of Khabarovsk, Russia. Khabarovsk Airport has non-stop passenger flights scheduled to 25 destinations in 3 countries.
At present, there are 20 domestic flights from Khabarovsk.
The longest flight from Khabarovsk KHV is a 2,395 mile (3,854 km) non-stop route to Saint Petersburg LED. This direct flight takes around 8 hours and 25 minutes and is operated by Aeroflot.
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Airlines flying from khabarovsk.
In total there are 7 airlines flying from and to Khabarovsk. These carriers are:
Popular destinations from Khabarovsk
Below you can find a list of the most popular destinations from Khabarovsk, based on the number of scheduled flights for this month.
Popular destinations with a stopover
Aside from all non-stop destinations listed above, these are popular destinations from Khabarovsk that require a stopover:
Business class flights from Khabarovsk
There are 16 airports that have flights from Khabarovsk in Business Class. All airports that offer business class flights from KHV are listed below:
Intercontinental flights from Khabarovsk
There are intercontinental flights operating from Khabarovsk Novy Airport (KHV) between Khabarovsk and China, South-Eastern Asia and Central Asia.
* Please note that there are no direct services between Khabarovsk and the United States, Canada, Southern America, Central America, the Caribbean, Africa, the Middle-East, Southern Asia, Japan, Eastern Asia or Oceania.
Non-stop flights from Khabarovsk to China
Non-stop flights from khabarovsk to south-east asia, non-stop flights from khabarovsk to central asia, international flights from khabarovsk, flights from khabarovsk to china.
There are 2 destinations in China that have non-stop flights from Khabarovsk.
To Beijing Daxing and Harbin , you can fly with Aeroflot.
Flights from Khabarovsk to Thailand
If you are looking for a direct flight from Khabarovsk to Thailand, there are 2 destinations to choose from.
Direct flights to Bangkok are offered by Aeroflot. This is a seasonal route that starts in January and ends in March. You can fly non-stop to Phuket with Aeroflot or Azur Air. This is a seasonal route that starts in January and ends in April.
Flights from Khabarovsk to Uzbekistan
Tashkent is the only destination in Uzbekistan with direct flights from Khabarovsk. Direct flights to Tashkent are offered by Uzbekistan Airways. This is a seasonal route that starts in January and ends in March.
Domestic flights from Khabarovsk
Flights from khabarovsk to russia.
There are lots of domestic flights from Khabarovsk (KHV). 20 airports in Russia have direct flights from the airport.
Direct flights to Anadyr are offered by Yakutia. The only airline with direct flights to Blagoveshchensk is Aurora. This is a seasonal route that starts in January and ends in March. You can fly non-stop from Khabarovsk to Chita with Yakutia. You can fly non-stop to Irkutsk with Aeroflot or S7 Airlines (Oneworld). All direct flights from Khabarovsk to Krasnoyarsk , Magadan and Moscow Sheremetyevo are operated by Aeroflot. The only airline with direct flights to Neryungri is Yakutia. To Nikolayevsk-on-Amur and Nogliki , you can fly with Aurora. You can fly non-stop to Novosibirsk with Aeroflot or S7 Airlines (Oneworld). You can fly non-stop from Khabarovsk to Okha with Aurora. This is a seasonal route that starts in January and ends in March. All direct flights from Khabarovsk to Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky and Saint Petersburg are operated by Aeroflot. You can fly non-stop from Khabarovsk to Shakhtyorsk with Aurora. This is a seasonal route that starts in January and ends in March. You can fly non-stop to Ulan-Ude with Aurora or Yakutia. Direct flights to Vladivostok are offered by Aeroflot. You can fly non-stop from Khabarovsk to Yakutsk with Yakutia. Direct flights to Yekaterinburg are offered by Ural Airlines. You can fly non-stop to Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk with Aeroflot or Yakutia.
Alternative airports near Khabarovsk
There is one alternative airport to Khabarovsk (KHV) within a range of 125 miles (200 km), which is Fuyuan, Heilongjiang (FYJ).
Frequently asked questions - FAQ
How many airports are there in khabarovsk.
There are 2 airports in Khabarovsk: Khabarovsk Novy Airport (KHV) and Fuyuan Dongji Airport (FYJ).
What is the best airport to fly from Khabarovsk?
The most convenient airport to fly from Khabarovsk is Khabarovsk Novy Airport (KHV).
How many airlines fly from Khabarovsk?
There are 7 airlines flying from Khabarovsk to 25 airports around the world, as of January 2024.
Which airlines fly from Khabarovsk?
Aeroflot, Yakutia and Aurora operate most flights from Khabarovsk. To get a full overview of all operating airlines, please use the airline filter.
Which alliances are flying from Khabarovsk?
Oneworld is currently the only alliance flying from Khabarovsk.
How many nonstop flights are there from Khabarovsk?
There are roughly 517 flights departing from Khabarovsk every month (or 119 flights each week), to a total of 25 airports worldwide.
What is the official name of Khabarovsk Airport?
The official name of Khabarovsk Airport is Khabarovsk Novy Airport.
What is the airport code of Khabarovsk Airport?
The airport code of Khabarovsk Airport is KHV .
What are the most popular flights from Khabarovsk?
Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Vladivostok and Novosibirsk are the 3 most popular routes from Khabarovsk. For a complete overview of all flight routes from Khabarovsk, please use our flight map.
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