Since the Chronomancer only allows you to respec your most recent n points, it quickly becomes cripplingly expensive or impossible to go back and fix mistakes you made early in your build. This isn’t great, because early build choices are the ones new players are most likely to make mistakes on (since they don’t know all the mechanics yet, and may or may not have settled on a build).
Contrast this with other ARPGs:
PoE lets you spend relatively affordable amounts of respec points from quests and/or Orbs of Regret to fix small mistakes in your passive tree, including ones made at the beginning of your character’s growth.
Grim Dawn lets you freely spend gold to undo individual points, even from early in your build, as long as you don’t respec out of something that’s in use as a prerequisite for something else.
The method of respeccing should be changed to allow fixing mistakes you made early in your build relatively affordably. The current system makes it too easy to “brick” an entire character just because you didn’t know what you were doing at level 8.