Cli-One (破壊生物クオリネン Hakai seibutsu kuorinen, The destroying life form Clione) is the boss of the Moon in Into the Future Chapter 1.
This enemy has very long range, and high stats when first met. She advances very slowly and has a moderate attack cooldown. Also has a chance to decrease the attack power of your cats, which makes this enemy very annoying. Overall, not as much of a threat as the Angelic variant.
If the player has no anti-Alien treasures, she has a whopping 840,000 HP and 9800 damage, making her pretty much impossible to beat when the player first encounters her.
When the player has all of Chapter 1's anti-Alien Treasures, she has 600,000 HP and 7000 damage, making it very hard, but manageable. In fact, this attack power isn't that gruesome as there are many cats who can endure it. You'll need to defeat her with these stats if you want to proceed to Chapter 2.
When the player decides to fight her with Chapter 1 & 2's anti-Alien Treasures, she has 360,000 HP and 4200 damage, making her not as tough.
Finally, when the player has all anti-Alien treasures, Cli-One only has 120,000 HP and 1400 damage, making her very easy in Chapter 1 of Into the Future.
It was sent only for the purpose of destroying the Earth. Destroyer of life. You should see the moon; where it landed. Spends every day to continue to make a crater. It has the ability to lower the attack force.
An Angel variant with more health and damage, fewer knockbacks, faster attacks, and can slow cats, but can't attack cats near it.
Time between attacks
760 (area attack)
Might decrease 10% attack power of all Cat Units for 300f (20%)
These are Cli-One's base stats, it can be anywhere from 5 to 7 times stronger depending on the treasure you have.
*In each stage, there is strength magnification, the value of health and attack power varies because of this.
*Time between attacks is the time of the attack motion end until the next attack motion start.
This enemy is most likely intended to be a sea angel, sometimes called a "clione".
Her appearance and attack animation may also be a reference to the Angels in Neon Genesis Evangelion. The description tends to be a reference of the moon in the Rebuild of Evangelion's movies, where a part of the plot takes place.
When opening her head to attack, she's similar to the aliens in the sci-fi horror manga Parasyte