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Career Gutsy Mother of Two
Age 38
Gender Female
Origin Guldove
World Another World
Height 5'6"
Weight 150 lbs
Build Stout
Laterality Right-handed
Weapon Kitchen Utensils
Innate Element Red
"Why can't we all just be happy for once? If only we could all hold hands and live together in peace and harmony? Why can't people understand this...?"
— Macha

Macha (ママチャ Mamacha?) is the strong-willed mother of Korcha and sets an example for her son by living bravely. She appears early on in Chrono Cross.



Macha is always seen smiling, wearing a purple skirt that features a red, yellow and black hemmed slit, and a pink top. Her hair is purple with a pink headband and a red and orange exotic flower. For jewelry, bronze-colored earrings dangle from her ears, several thin necklaces of the same metal wrap around her neck, a patterned bracelet is worn above her elbow, there is a matching one on her ankle.



Growing up in Guldove, Macha is cultured in its way of life. Later in her life she married a man whom she conceived Korcha with. Her husband somehow perishes from unknown causes and is never mentioned by her or her children. Though she raises Korcha with a mother's love, Korcha becomes free-spirited and wild. Regardless, Macha has the final say in any matters regarding her son. After Korcha's birth, Macha adopted Mel, and they all live together in the residential tower. When Korcha refuses to lend Serge his boat after Serge declines to look for Hydra Humour to cure Kid's poison, Macha intervenes and lends them the boat of her own accord. Arriving in Termina, she reprimands the dock overseer for not allowing them to dock their vessel there. She then joins the party and accompanies Serge on the rest of his adventure.



Macha joins the party if the player decides not to save Kid after she has been poisoned.

Tech Skills:[]



  • Good attack & Highest physical defense
  • High magic power & magic defense


  • Low HP



Macha appears to be the feminized form of the word macho. Alternatively, "CHA" seems to be a phonentic addition to word endings in the Guldove dialect. Along with, ma, a colloquialism for mother, her name may simply indicate that she is a mother from Guldove. Macha and Kocha are also types of tea (macha is green tea, kocha is [British] black tea), tying Macha and Korcha's names together.