Since there seems to be a lot of misinformation about Chronos Drive and many people don‘t seem to use it at all I wanted to share some facts here. I won‘t be talking about the damage of chronos drive but the additional hits. The number of additional hits depends on your motion speed. A swift tag doesn’t effect the hit number though, as the tag only applies to the first 3 hits and NOT the additional hits. Here you can see the treshholds that need to be reached for the additional hit number according to the formula from Amino (ASPD first, then motion speed): 7 hits: 1857, 4.76% 8 hits: 4001, 16.67% 9 hits: 5668, 25.93% 10 hits: 7000, 33.33% 11 hits: 8091, 39.39% 12 hits: 9001, 44.45% 13 hits: 9770, 48.72% A hit count lower than 6 can be obtained by having less than 1000 ASPD. The next matter is the MP recovery of the additional hits. At first: AMPR. AMPR doesn‘t seem to effect the hits as I have tested it with 36 and 103 AMPR and recovered the same MP amount both times. According to my tests the MP recovery per hit is pretty much exactly 30 MP. That means the MP recovery of Chronos differs from 180 MP with 6 hits to 390 MP with 13 hits.