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Overview

(Note: Due to the fact Omnicron is effectively one half whose opposite half is a hero known as Chronicler, more information on Omnicron's missing half can be found on the Hero Fanon Wiki as a result of that.)

(Note: Click here for information on its future incarnation.)

Designed to absolutely destroy and entire multiverse, Omnicron shows no remorse as to who it kills, and any target that stands in its way, by priority, is killed immediately and without warning. It has the ability to completely ignore an opponent's immortality and wipe them from existence if they have the ability. As a whole, it cannot be bargained with, it cannot be reasoned with, and once it's loose, its only inevitable destruction of the entire multiverse it invades...
~ Grandis
W H I C H - O N E - H A S - T H E - T I M E R ?
~ Omnicron, upon setting every nuke on Earth to self destruct in less than 3 minutes and after creating a mass army of clones of itself
N O - G O D - M O D E - A L L O W E D .
~ Omnicron, immediately before fatally injuring a seemingly immortal or invincible target.

Omnicron, known properly as OMNICRON 700M, is a being created by Grandis meant to silently infiltrate the Sword Art Online universe and mercy kill the entire multiverse long before Grandis himself would arrive and invade it, just to wipe the memory of the SAO Universe clean from his memory in the process. However, the plan backfired and Omnicron went missing in action, and was never seen since. Due to Omnicron being composed of particles that are highly unstable and irreplaceable, Grandis didn't bother to create a second one to continue the plan, so ultimately scrapped the assassination attempt of the SAO Multiverse. However, Omnicron would later be confirmed to still be alive, and has gained so much incredible power that this thing is capable of handing everyone's asses to them in a fight, as its fire power is unprecedented, and strikes so rapidly with its extreme speed that it's nigh impossible to counterattack Omnicron's onslaught. In "The Blue Tri", and nearly all works relating to the Neo Ultimorian Canon, Omnicron's default body is instead OMNICRON 800M. In the AU Fanfic Continuity, Omnicron appears as an alternate version of his canon timeline self, taking the name of "Grand Vizier Omnicron" in the process.

Appearance

By default, Omnicron looks like a two armed humanoid creature, with the arms and hands separated from the joints to allow extensive lengths that Omnicron can grasp from. The other two arms (As seen in the artwork) are normally hidden from view entirely, but will emerge from the creature's back when it is in combat. In this form, Omnicron is known as "OMNICRON 700M", and is sometimes referred to as its "Primary Form" despite the fact this is NOT the original form of Omnicron.

OMNICRON 600M

In its original form, Omnicron has a Jellyfish-like appearance, with massive hands and five fingers on each, and arms no different from Primary Form. Its head is a stereotypical UFO shape, with its mouth having no restraints on the upper jaw, allowing the top of the head to lift itself up and disconnect entirely from the lower jaw, and within its mouth is an energy core capable of firing powerful blasts of plasma at a target, in addition to its numerous, tentacle-like legs causing the entire ground it touches to spark with electricity and cause entire blackouts in a city if present in one. This form is referred to as "OMNICRON 600M", and is sometimes referred to as "Child Form".

OMNICRON 800M

In addition to Child and Primary Form, Omnicron has an INCREDIBLY deadly form known as "OMNICRON 800M", or "Perfect Omnipotence". In this form, its arms solidify and are no longer dis-attached joints, but now full arms. Its outer arms expand into extremely muscular forms, whereas the two other arms shrink and become laser attachments, with its primary left arm becoming a massive, three clawed arm capable of being used as a grappling hook. Its entire body becomes armored in a dark violet color, with a metallic cable extending from its back to impale, strangle, or electrocute enemies with. Its face is now heavily armored, and now sports a visor which serves as the closest thing this creature has as a face.

OMNICRON 900M

Rumor has it, that a fourth Omnicron form exists, which is given the codename "OMNICRON 900M", which is likewise nicknamed "Impossibility Form", due to the fact it's though to be extremely impossible for Omnicron to acquire this kind of form due to already having incredible powers with Perfect Omnipotence as its main form. In this form, it's apparently utilizing all six of its limbs to walk on the ground, and apparently gained six additional limbs which appear on its back and used as arms. In this form, it looks more serpent-like, and has a jaw that greatly expand to fire a blast of plasma capable of wiping out entire fragments of space and time itself, greatly damaging the surrounding environment. Its size also drastically increases from its other forms, becoming at least 4 kilometers in height, and and a staggering 33 kilometers in length. It's just as big as you'll get with this kind of creature in regards to beings that exist primarily on the ground.

OMNICRON 1B

In the final battle of The Blue Tri, Omnicron is the final antagonist faced, and prior to this, Omnicron learned that one of the five heroes up against it has a power capable of permanently slaying it once and for all. How did Omnicron decide to adapt to that? When it progressed through each and every prior form it had simply to stall the battle and eliminate four of the heroes from the battle, and leaving only the titular Kerason remaining by the time Omnicron 900M was reverted back into its gemstone form, the abomination of a fusion between the remnants of the original Grandis, Dragora, Ultima, and a fourth, still unnamed Deity, fused together with Omnicron's new form which is dubbed "OMNICRON 1B", which is given the fitting nickname of "Absolution Form", as this is without a doubt Omnicron's last chance to continue to exist, and it proves its point by displaying near supreme omnipotence. Only one being was ever known to best this form, a hero known as KeraKing, who not only bested this form, but permanently destroyed all remnants of Omnicron's data from across the planes of existence, thus ending the infamous legacy of the Destroyer of Worlds at long last.

The primary reason why the 1B form wasn't used until his final showdown with Kerason was because, in every other appearance prior, it was still the Old Ultimorian canon, as in, prior to Dogma ransacking Ultimoria. After Dogma killed Grandis, Dragora, and Ultima, in addition to the still unnamed fourth Deity, Omnicron used each of its four arms to absorb all four of their remaining energies while it still had the chance, and would utilize all four of their powers in case of extreme emergency in which Omnicron is ever truly threatened, or, in the only time it's used, to simply flat out obliterate all of existence itself. However, while this is the only time Omnicron 1B is used as a transformation of Omnicron, it DOES, however, make some non-canon or semi-canon appearances outside of The Blue Tri, particularly in game concepts designed by Shiramu-Kuromu which feature Omnicron 1B as an extra form of Omnicron's boss fight that serves as an even tougher opponent than Omnicron 900M and has a battle strategy similar to both Omnicron 600M, Omnicron 700M, and Omnicron 800M all in one, singular form. It also combines the strategies and moves that Grandis, Dragora, Ultima, and one other secret character utilize due to being a hybrid of those four characters in addition to itself as the primary host of the composite body.

OMNICRON -0-

Omnicron -0-'s appearance is the result of partially fusing the Eraser Blade onto Chronicler's hand in a similar appearance to its original design, Chronicler's overall appearance for the primary body, a distorted face based off of Chronicler's own, and 800M's tail emerging from the back of Chronicler's neck. In this particular form, Omnicron has access to an unstable, but functional, version of the Eraser Blade; a melee variation of Omnicron's signature weapon that was reverse engineered from Omnicron after his defeat with the intent on using it for other beings like Omnicron's original self. However, despite the fact Omnicron is yet again in control of Chronicler's body for the first time in ages, it doesn't appear that Omnicron is behaving like his usual self whenever this for is used; in fact, he can't even access his other forms at all anymore; not even the very powerful forms like 1B or INFINITY can be utilized due to how heavily eroded Omnicron's data is to the point that this particular form of Omnicron possessing Chronicler is effectively all he can manage anymore in terms of forms.

Personality

As Child Form, it seeks to consume and eat just about everything. However, the only thing it cannot eat is alcohol, which renders Child Form vulnerable to attacks it would normally be immune to (Note: Primary Form doesn't have this weakness and eats everything entirely just fine). During its brief stay in the SAO Universe, it obsessed over Asuna's cooking abilities, to the point she got annoyed with its appetite, so Kirito gave her alcohol to spike Omnicron's meal just so that Kirito can land a killing blow on Omnicron...

...Which proved to be a said mistake since Child Form transformed into Primary Form, whose personality is basically summed up as ignoring any "normal" rules that a universe has, and applying it's own unique rules for it to utilize instead. For instance, a GM with God Mode activated was NOT immune to Omnicron one hit KOing him with a barrage of rapid firing plasma rounds. It is also capable of using magic skills or otherwise unobtainable skills not normally programmed into any VRMMO that normally doesn't have such skills. In addition, it screws with Gravity like it's an absolute joke, since it's frequently jumping at almost teleportation level speeds, and can use its four arms to cling onto thin air and literally levitate by climbing on virtually nothing.

As Perfect Omnipotence, Omnicron becomes highly destructive in nature, in that it takes the most extreme form of killing a target to ensure they're dead; it not only makes millions of copies of itself, but it sets every Nuclear Weapon still active on Earth to detonate in mere minutes, all the while toying with the would be hero by testing to see if he can kill whichever one has the timer for the nuke's self detonation sequence. It's capable of heavily bombarding opponents with plasma beams, and has almost every ability that Primary Form has amplified to its own power.

Impossibility Form showcases an ability that makes it incredibly deadly. Whereas Omnicron was normally restricted to virtual worlds to traverse and invade, Impossibility Form breaks all sense of logic by immediately and directly entering the physical world the moment it transforms into this state. In this state, its personality is no different from its prior form, but it fears NOTHING that tries to attack it; various direct hits from impaling weapons from creatures far smaller from it don't even cause a single reaction from the creature, and are shrugged off like the attack did nothing whatsoever. Had Grandis actually been facing this creature himself, Grandis would actually be outright destroyed by Impossibility Form.

As stated above, Omnicron didn't use the 1B form until his appearance in The Blue Tri, which is because in all other appearances, the original incarnations of the gods he absorbed were still alive, and thus was incapable of using this form. In the final bout of The Blue Tri with Omnicron's disguise having been accidentally exposed, and the fact that one of the five hero characters potentially have a power that can eliminate it permanently, it first utilizes all four of its initial forms to stall out the battle as long as possible until he deemed it perfectly safe to use its new powers as 1B. When it first uses 1B's powers, it immediately vaporizes Guruson, Ursason, Rakokadi, and Kasuoma (Although they actually survived the attack), and when it later kills Kerason, it believes itself to be completely invincible, so even when Plio and KeraBeast was transformed into KeraKing, and they wind up stirring Dogma in the process on purpose, it shows no actual fear of Dogma and proceeds to charge up an attack that would not only destroy Dogma, but also all of existence in the process. However, it overestimates its own powers, as KeraKing wields the exact powers needed to aide Dogma is slaying Omnicron for good, and not even its crazy prepared nature was capable of foreseeing its own death. There's an actual reason in that its mind is deliberately incapable of seeing an outcome its involved in where it gets permanently destroyed, which is apparently a design flaw in its AI, even when its near invincible as Omnicron 1B.

While is unknown when exactly Omnicron crossed the Moral Event Horizon, it apparently did this as soon as it arrived to the SAO Universe, due to causing machine failures in hospitals on purpose, as well as outright electrocuting several VRMMO testers all as a means of testing out its own capabilities. It may not actually knew it did these events, but it apparently DOES have instances of the events unfolding recorded onto its visor as 800M if it ever plays back images to a target, meaning Omnicron is hiding who knows what other damages from the public as to just how outright insane it is. The worst part about it? Omnicron, like the two characters it's a homage to, thinks that all of its own actions are nothing but a harmless game, even if it does indeed know that it deliberately killed who knows how many people in its test run. Even in The Blue Tri, this mentality hasn't changed, and Omnicron STILL thinks that all of what it's doing is a game...

Despite the fact that post-Dogma's Damnation, it's committing EVEN WORSE crimes than it did prior to this, such as rendering nearly 700 trillion sapient races extinct between 7 trillion years ago and the present day, meaning every year, 100 species went extinct. Note this is ONLY counting sapient races, as who knows how many non-intelligent species died because the list of species that became extinct because of Omnicron became so ridiculously high that nobody was able to keep track of its killing spree to properly analyze the damage. The only thing analysts have to say about Omnicron is that it is the absolute extreme in regards to Omnicidal Maniacs in all of Shiramu-Kuromu's cast of characters, and the fact it shows dead zero remorse over who it kills and thinks every crime it does is nothing but a game, just goes to show how mentally unstable Omnicron is as the biggest Complete Monster of a character that all of existence would ever see.

An bit of an enigma exists with Omnicron in the upcoming Hamtaro fanfic named "Operation Debug", in which Omnicron's first introduction into the story gives Omnicron plenty of chances to kill something since VR realm beings are present in the pathways between various universes (which are also the same pathways Omnicron uses in general). Omnicron, despite being an Omnicidal Maniac and a Complete Monster... completely ignores them. This may have to due with what Omnicron's own aggression is triggered by; those who get in the way of Omnicron's plans or are a target to Omnicron. None of these beings are even remotely considered targets for Omnicron, and all but one VR being ever "gets in the way", which in this case is due to the VR being in particular never having encountered Omnicron before. Omnicron, upon detecting said being, stops where he is and gazes down on the much smaller, Mouse-like program. Omnicron, in spite of its extremely hostility, flashes a signal to the program for directions of where to head, and the program leaves, and Omnicron continues its path without killing anybody until it later arrives to its destination. In general, due to the nature of the fanfic showcasing more of Omnicron's personality and behavior far more than any other story, it is quite possible Omnicron is not entirely as monstrous as it's made out to be by everyone else who is at odds with it, considering how virtually every other VR realm program fears Omnicron, although certain other beings which qualify as VR beings tend to be braver, but that's because a vast majority of these beings are not true VR beings since they either have a true physical realm forms (Every Code Lyoko Character capable of being materialized, even the XANA monsters which are depicted as doing so), are avatars for physical realm beings (Just about any human who uses internet based technology, not just the SAO cast), or are very bizarre VR realm beings that Omnicron can't properly identify them as being "normal" at all (Any known Digimon species to exist).

Omnicron's method of expressing hatred towards a target is noteworthy because it is considered one of the most overkill methods that Omnicron is capable of killing somebody off with, but is also perhaps the most tame of what Omnicron has the potential to do in any other case; should a target piss off Omnicron and be out of normal reach, Omnicron will remote hijack supersonic aircraft and have them collide at asteroid-level speeds into somebody's home. It's considered overkill on Omnicron's part because of the fact that the collision causes much more damage than Omnicron initially intends to cause because of how extremely fast the aircraft was moving towards the crash course it was aimed at. It's been compared to Omnicron forcefully grabbing cosmic debris and crashing it into something in regards to how insanely destructive the impact itself is, and how generally without warning this attacks can occur, in addition to how difficult it is for this method of attack to stopped on the fly, since the jets Omnicron chooses to hijack are forced to go full blast in speed to the point they out-speed incoming attacks without question as to ensure the aircraft hijacked reaches its targeted, planned crash landing.

When Omnicron is unofficially revived as Omnicron -0-, he's been reduced to an absolutely mindless state that only has a personality in the form of the now unyielding rage Chronicler is experiencing due to Omnicron's influence on his mind; he is effectively nothing more than an incredibly enraged Chronicler at this point in history, nothing more, nothing less. However, despite this, Omnicron technically does have a more matured mind if merely because whenever Chronicler speaks in this form it is in a voice similar to Omnicron's means of vocalization in the past; it's even spelled out in text very similarly as well. While Omnicron is mindless in this state, he only tends to truly awaken when something is considered by Chronicler to be needed to be absolutely and brutally torn to shreds before his own eyes.

Weaknesses

Omnicron's physical body varies in terms of weaknesses in regards to what can harm it and what can't. In addition, Omnicron's child-like yet intelligent mind can only properly process so many things before hitting a dead-end, if only because Omnicron is technically an unfinished AI that had to manually reprogram itself to save its mentality and instinct. Not only that, but by the time Dogma's Damnation occurred, Omnicron permanently became stuck in Cyberspace until Chimera had effectively freed it from this restriction. Prior to Dogma's Damnation, however, it could freely traverse Cyberspace and Reality through various methods.

Omnicron 600M is weak to alcohol if ingested, and is VERY weak to physical attacks of any kind. Not only that, but this is also the only form that is outright weak to any type of attack, due to the fact this form has a very soft outer body design.

Omnicron 700M, due to being more heavily armored, is not as weak to elemental damage that 600M is, but at the same time, it isn't hard for Omnicron to dislocate one or more of his four arms due to how they function and move. Not only that, but in this form and all future forms, Omnicron gains a heavy weakness to electrical element attacks. However, to compensate, Omnicron can take a lot of hits regardless, as if it had an actual HP Bar that totaled at a very high amount of health.

Omnicron 800M was prone to paralyses if the opponent managed to forcefully apply gravitational force onto 800M's overly top-heavy build, and thus if Omnicron was in actual contact with the ground, he would never be able to move from his location and thus be an easy target. The cable on his back, however, could serve as a last resort means of defense against ground targets if rendered immobile.

Omnicron 900M's internal memory cores can easily be broken by smaller creatures with or without weapons, and compared to Omnicron itself, lack heavily in the HP department, and thus shatter like glass. Given how these same internal cores are what keep Omnicron alive in this form, Omnicron's outer shell is normally invulnerable to attack... unless whenever it tries to devour a target that said target fires a wave motion gun type of attack directly into Omnicron 900M's mouth, and thus will not only destroy every memory core in its body, but also completely vaporize Omnicron 900M's outer shell as a result.

Omnicron 1B is much more imposing, however, and due to the fact it absorbs the powers of 12 fallen Ultimorian Deities to acquire this form, Omnicron has no weakness in this form... initially. Much like Yami from Okami, it takes very careful exploitation of what very few openings Omnicron 1B gives to cause Omnicron 1B to lose access to a particular power, and thus have said power restored into whatever Deity it originated from. After all 12 powers are absorbed, Omnicron 1B is nothing more than a heavily armored 800M in weaknesses, but also gets a noteworthy weakness to every elemental attribute due to its powers having been stripped away in this form after a long and gruesome battle.

Omnicron -0- is heavily considered to be the weakest form of Omnicron despite the fact this is effectively bringing Omnicron back from the dead via using Chronicler's much stronger body as a host. Why is it considered so weak? Omnicron's mind is non-existent; it attacks blindly and without tactic like his original self would've done, and is completely unstable mentally that the form only can manage to last for very abrupt periods of time in which Chronicler is placed into a situation where he absolutely desires for whomever stands before him to be absolutely torn to shreds without mercy; however, due to the sheer anger from Chronicler and the mindless state of Omnicron in this form, this can often be prone to a mixed bag of results depending on his opponent.

Relationships

Grandis (Rebirth)

Rebirth Grandis is not initially aware of Omnicron's existence, but his dreams, which are visions of his past self, seem to detail everything about Omnicron's creation to him. Grandis feels openly worried about what kind of monstrosity he unleashed in the old era, but it isn't until he learns of just how unholy of a kill count that Omnicron had racked up since the Dogma incident that Grandis feels absolute fear of Omnicron. To make matters worse, this is before he realizes Omnicron is still alive, and near seconds before Omnicron replicas completely swarm Shiramu Inc. and attempt to murder Grandis and leave the building up in flames in the aftermath. Grandis, barely alive by the time his most loyal servant Ultima finds him, declares a special rule to be made about Omnicron being on the Black List. He would take off ANYBODY who had previously made the Black List if they can successfully put up a fight against the Omnicron replicas, and they will be redeemed automatically no matter their previous crimes, given that what Grandis had seen first hand in both the backstory and what also happened to himself, Grandis considers Omnicron an abomination with absolute zero chances of redemption, and must be permanently destroyed outright at any chance given.

Ultima (Rebirth)

Ultima's temper is easy to ignite into absolute fury. Ultima especially gets into a rage if you actually manage to injure Grandis, who Ultima is the most loyal to more than anyone else. Given the fact Ultima arrives too late to save Grandis from nearly being murdered by a swarm of Omnicron 800M replicas, Ultima believes that Omnicron had finally gone too far. Ultima's passive nature allowed him to dismiss Omnicron's actions beforehand, but nevertheless he did in fact want to kill Omnicron; he just felt powerless since the only way he knew how to stop Omnicron was to destroy the original unit, and he's completely helpless in terms of tracking it. When the original flat out gives a signal of its location at the very verge of The Blue Tri's finale, Ultima is quick to note and be horrified of the fact Omnicron just decided to reveal its location after what hell it brought to the Ultimorians already, and when he learns of what Omnicron said to Darigus, Ultima is nevertheless outright disgusted as to how Omnicron can even EXIST given the kind of insane omnicidal personality it has, and what kind of outright horrible pleasure it gets from all of the killing and destruction it's caused.

Darigus (Darigus Jr.)

JUST A GAME?!?! THAT FUCKER REALLY THINKS EVERYTHING IT'S DONE HERE IS ALL JUST A GAME?!?!?! Does he not even realize how screwed over the plans of existence are all because of his actions?!?!?! Omnicron can't possibly be as intelligent as it is, since it's completely blind to all of morality itself!!! Its voice is a mere child, but its actions are EVEN WORSE than Kagubot!!! Listen well and heed my warning... Omnicron you jackass. Even the past lives of Grandis and Ultima would not have approved of this behavior!!!! They had their reasons for being evil, and yet you go across all of existence spreading chaos like no tomorrow ALL BECAUSE YOU THINK IT'S JUST A GAME?!?!?!?!''
~ Darigus's fit of rage against Omnicron.

At first, Darigus didn't care in the slightest that Omnicron was a villain, since he actually enjoyed competition. However, Darigus quickly became wary when Omnicron flat out killed his mother and severely wounded his thought to be indestructible father, but Darigus, at first, completely dismisses it..... until he learns that Omnicron's entire motivation is completely non-existent due to Omnicron's childish mind of believing everything it has done is all just a game to it. Darigus, when he first hears this, believes Omnicron to be joking... he's soon wrong when he keeps getting the exact same answer from Omnicron repeatedly, which prompts Darigus to soul dive into Omnicron's mind... and only then does Darigus see the truth of how outright insane Omnicron is. However, as Darigus tries to escape from Omnicron's sadistic mind, Omnicron forcefully ejects him and uses his Anti-Immortal Beam attack in the process, which is the closest anyone ever gets to permanently killing Darigus. Unlike Grandis, however, Darigus was indeed killed by the blast, to the point Grandis became so desperate in fighting off Omnicron, that he not only revived Darigus, but fused with him to become Megalo after many years of not using the form, as he openly slaughters an entire legion of Omnicron 800M and 900M units, all the while Grandis's mind is explaining to Darigus just how twisted and disgusting of a monstrosity that Omnicron is. By this point, Darigus doesn't even know what it means to be called evil anymore, and surrenders himself to the Ultimorian Deities as if he's lost his identity. He fights alongside the Ultimorian Deities in the finale of The Blue Tri, and even after Omnicron is slain for good at the end, Darigus is dead set on ruling alongside the Ultimorian Deities as one of their own, an idea he had ever since having to work alongside them against Omnicron.

Dragora (Rebirth)

Dragora doesn't have much to say about Omnicron, other than the fact Omnicron is the only being he can say legitimately disturbs him. Not much is known as to why initially, but every time Omnicron appears, Omnicron never seems to open fire on Dragora for an unexplained reason. It could be perhaps Omnicron already knows it's pointless, since the Dragora seen in the rebirth era is an avatar for the true form of Dragora that's hidden away deep in space and looks nothing like his own avatar. Due to this, Dragora feels a constant dread around Omnicron, mentally questioning if Omnicron actually found out where his true body had been hiding and is gathering enough power to kill Dragora. Later on, however, it's revealed that Omnicron is effectively using his true body as a battery... but at the same time, his true body is already dead because of the Omnicron units having devoured it, and what little remains is a living refueling station for Omnicron units that survive multiple battles. When Dragora learns of his, he ejects all of his memories and remaining power into his own avatar, as Dragora glasses the entire region of space in which the Omnicron units gathered at to swarm Dragora's body. Dragora, just like Darigus, surrenders himself to the Ultimorian Deities because he's witnessed just how far off the deep end Omnicron is willing to go. He even further loses it when he overhears Omnicron mentioning its belief that everything is just a game to it, and then Dragora is the first being to draft Darigus into the ranks of Ultimorian Deity immediately after he earns the rank himself.

Hydriska (Rebirth)

Given how Hydriska's reborn self contains all of his old memories, Hydriska knows more about Omnicron than he initially lets on. Hydriska, however, is incredibly cowardly in regards to Omnicron. Hydriska only managed to survive the Dogma incident by reincarnating as a weaker predatory animal than his then current form, but Omnicron outright survived the same incident completely unhindered as if it didn't apply to Omnicron. Hydriska, believing Dogma damned them all to suffer Omnicron's wrath, outright despises Dogma and claims everything Omnicron ever does is all Dogma's fault, since Dogma spared his life... until it's revealed by Grandis and Ultima that this was most definitely not the case. While none of them know exactly how Omnicron survived, Omnicron used some kind of bizarre loophole that allowed itself to hide itself from existence entirely and reappear after Dogma left, meaning even if Dogma knew of Omnicron's existence, he couldn't do anything about it due to how Omnicron chose to hide from it. Dogma himself later states that he's never seen Omnicron until the end point of The Blue Tri. Hydriska, when he learns more of Omnicron from Darigus, is outright disgusted by Omnicron's lack of morality and passion for killing anything just because it thinks it's all a game. Hydriska's own mind snapped in response to how Omnicron was a waste of cosmic space wherever it went, and the rage brought about caused Hydriska to rapidly evolve into its older forms, all the way back into its final form, only to evolve EVEN HIGHER into the form of a humanoid Avian and become an Immortal God, which is when Hydriska fully realizes he must use this gift to join the Ultimorian Deities for real and slay Omnicron.

Mirror M

I used to call Darigus soulless and lacking morality... but this.... hideous abomination probably never had an actual soul to begin with, and I'm not even referring to Darigus for once... That AI... Whatever the hell it is... Is far, FAR worse than what Darigus ever could be by comparison, to the point I'd give up my hatred of the guy if it meant the possibility of destroying the AI for good!
~ Mirror M's thoughts about Omnicron's lack of morality.

Mirror M already knew of Omnicron from Ultimoria's Black List, and noticed that Darigus, Dragora, and Omnicron was always a part of it. However, he did not know WHY Omnicron was a part of it, nor did he understand why Omnicron got promoted to an even worse version of the Black List, and that Darigus and Dragora were no longer part of the Black List at all minutes later. Later on, however, when Shiramu Inc. got ransacked by surprise, he and Centauri were both leading the defense against Omnicron, but Omnicron wiped out both of them before they could transform into their stronger forms. When Centauri apparently died from her wounds, Mirror M was both heartbroken and outright furious at Omnicron. He stated out loud that he would flat out forgive Darigus for everything if it meant Omnicron could be destroyed, or if Darigus could somehow save Centauri's soul from dying, since he loves her to the point he's desperate just to see her alive again, and it isn't too long until Darigus actually does show up and save both of them alongside Grandis. They are both present for when Omnicron's reveals that it's been doing all of this just because it considers it's own actions to be a game. Mirror M has to be forcefully restrained to not do anything reckless in this situation, as he watches as Darigus gets killed by Omnicron, and just how much all of the Ultimorian Deities are going to extreme measures just to stay alive against Omnicron eliminates whatever hatred Mirror M had for Darigus, and replaces that hatred with newfound hate for Omnicron.

Centauri "Nurse-chan"

Given the fact Centauri is killed fairly quickly by Omnicron due to having been hit with the Anti-Immortal beam unlike with Mirror M, her death leads to Darigus's redemption in Mirror M's eyes since whenever Darigus attacked anybody in Bomberman Classic, he never once harmed any of the female cast. Omnicron not only deliberately harmed a female, but went completely lethal in how it attacked her, seeming to spare Mirror M only to see his reaction to the replicas having killed her. Centauri, when she's brought back, is first hospitalized before she finally takes part in the final battle against Omnicron in The Blue Tri's finale, and Mirror M doesn't leave her side not even for a second, and during which, Darigus was also one of her numerous visitors hoping she would get better, and for good reason; Darigus devoted his entire redemption quest to ensure Omnicron would suffer and perish for good, and he did it specifically for Centauri and his deceased parents. Centauri's reaction to Omnicron, however, doesn't get to be anywhere near the same as the others, as she doesn't join the final battle until very late, and is quickly killed again even in her Alpha Centauri mode, and thus she never gets to have a true opinion on Omnicron other than the fact she felt horrified by what Omnicron did, since she felt like she broke her own promise to Mirror M when it originally killed her;

S-She was.... expecting during all of that chaos.... I told her to get to safety.... She chose to fight alongside me...... I didn't realize until too late just who were up against when the attack began in full force..... That AI..... It murdered an unborn child and thinks all of it is just some kind of sick game!!!!
~ Mirror M's calm to furious rant about Omnicron regarding Centauri's condition.

Rose

Rose is an obscure Ultimorian Deity to have pitted against Omnicron, since she herself has inflicted similar cases of Omnicide due to being a Terranadrosus. However, she at least had a reason; she believed all males were perverts who wanted to exploit women, and was highly sexist since her entire species were only female individuals. When Omnicron began forcefully converting Terranadrosus that attacked it into males before it killed them, however, is where Rose mentally snapped at Omnicron. She also did not like to the fact her mind immediately knew Omnicron's own motive was non-existent, and yet despite that, it was even worse of a villain as an omnicidal maniac than she was. Rose, in outright fury and the fact Omnicron violated and disgraced many Terranadrosus when it killed many of them, needed only to be prevented from attacking Omnicron by Balaur Macbeth to prevent her from dying no differently than her own kin. Rose's introduction to Darigus during the big meeting before the siege immediately changed her views of males, since Darigus appeared to be highly vile in personality, but not once did he ever remotely harm a female, and she did in fact witness several times that Darigus genuinely cared for Centauri's well being. As a response, she would choose Darigus as her mate solely because of how Omnicron caused her own kind mass suffering, and the fact that the replicas went so far as to ruin the life of an actual God of Evil like Darigus.

Balaur Macbeth

Balaur Macbeth never tried to associate herself with Ultimoria, not one bit, even if she was technically from there. However, when she stumbled upon Rose and the Terranadrosus being openly violated then killed by Omnicron, Balaur is the first to stop Rose from doing something foolish. As both of them hide from Omnnicron while trying to run into at least another Ultimorian Deity, Rose and Balaur's hostile hatred towards each other caused both of them to fight. Balaur and Rose both realized that the former was genetically designed to replace the latter's species, as the Harvest Dragon were designed to wipe the Terranadrosus from existence. Balaur, upon realizing she was utterly helpless against Rose's fighting style, realized just how horrible of a mistake she made by trying to prevent her from fighting, given how Balaur was actually aware of Rose's secret presence on the Black List, and that if Rose actually killed several Omnicron units, she could've redeemed herself from it. Balaur, in utter guilt, apologizes severely to Rose by making she that the both of them don't arrive to the meeting at all until they bring the corpse of an Omnicron 900M unit with them.

EVE

EVE, being a gender counterpart of Dragora and also his own resident Yandere Stalker, was by no means pleased that Dragora's true body was being destroyed further and further by Omnicron's various replicas, and she felt nothing but outright fury and guilt no differently from the other Ultimorian Deities who had crushes or lovers effected by Omnicron. As a result, it seems an unusual amount of foresight on Aesir's part when bringing her back to life seemed simply devoted to be a key step to leading Omnicron to his final downfall. Made virtually indestructible to Omnicron's own attacks as time went on, EVE deemed it necessary that her final blow towards Omnicron required her to Phase Evolve to her newly created, permanent form. When Omnicron tried to interrupt the transformation as per usual, Omnicron 800M lost all four of its arms in the process, and evolved itself to 900M solely to deal with the damage... only to discover that he had only two legs to work with. The resulting beatdown from EVE's behalf outright caused Omnicron to deliberately rage quit the fight and activate his self destruct sequence and escape into a newly forged body in order to evade EVE's wrath.

Genesis

Genesis is the fusion of four minor deities of Ultimoria, and all four of them never hesitated when it came to serving Grandis, be it his past incarnation or his current. When they were unaware that Omnicron had nearly murdered Grandis, by the time they finally learned of it, they were quick to action and they responded by violently glassing several star systems from which Omnicron was hiding in. Genesis was horrified to say the least. Genesis does indeed destroy things despite being a hero aligned character, but Genesis had never been so outright furious that Omnicron had been causing great devastation all because of extremely childish reasons and nothing else. They did everything they could to prevent Omnicron from surviving the final battle, but even when their nigh invincible stature was even more imposing than the typical immortal, they were the last to fall out of the Ultimorian deities in the final battle, as Genesis was completely crushed in eternal hatred and sorrow as to why the hell a heartless creature such as Omnicron is even possible to exist. When Genesis joined the Ultimorian Deities, it made sure to allow everyone an equal chance in redeeming themselves in the fight against Omnicron.

Zaalim

You are not like any other human I would ever ask for this... You have a notorious track record in Ultimoria's past era, Sugou... Would you care to redeem yourself in their eyes by joining me as my servant, and realizing just how lucky you are to even be alive after the fact Omnicron was deliberately designed with every intent of killing you...
~ Zaalim speaking to Sugou from Sword Art Online.

Zaalim, unlike all of the other Ultimorian Deities, loves to keep secrets from the others. Zaalim knew before all of this began that Sugou's existence was the reason why Omnicron became so ballistic, since Omnicron was designed specifically to erase the SAO Multiverse from history, and Zaalim was horrified that Omnicron was perfectly willing to carry out the order despite arriving in the wrong time period when it was initially deployed, so when Omnicron kept continuing to get worse, Zaalim traveled back in time to before Sugou would've began his role of a villain, in order to change all of history to prevent Omnicron's existence from happening. However, Omnicron rigged every timeline in the SAO multiverse to where, no matter what happened, Sugou would always be responsible for Omnicron's creation. Zaalim, utterly horrified, travels back in time and glasses the entire SAO Multiverse... only to see it immediately regenerate. Zaalim even went to the Dogma incident to force Omnicron out of hiding, but failed to pull it off since had it actually happened, Zaalim himself would've been destroyed alongside Omnicron, and given the fact Ultimoria couldn't exist without Zaalim, Zaalim was forced to instead travel in time to the future of The Blue Tri's universe, fetch Plio's alternate future from Omnicron's victory of desolation, all to warn Plio's past self about everything that would happen when Omnicron began appearing. As a result, Zaalim saved Plio's future, and ensured Omnicron was somehow destroyed. However, as Zaalim needed to make sure it was done, Zaalim took part in the final battle despite a heavy risk of dying. As a result of losing the battle, Zaalim began questioning his existence as he was apparently no longer necessary for Ultimoria to survive. As a result, Zaalim is the very first Ultimorian Deity to suggest promoting Kerason to an Ultimorian Deity.

Eidolon

... Odd... your presence disturbs me all of a sudden and I can't help but ask as to why...
~ Eidolon about Omnicron's first awakening for the first time in ages.

While Eidolon is to blame for why Omnicron is "revived", Eidolon immediately regretted his actions of aggravating Chronicler and killing his first wife Sierrus, because he witnessed his own first death at the hands of a weapon he had only managed to survive due to briefly being able to rewind time to allow himself to escape; he only had the instability of Omnicron's version of the Eraser Blade to thank for why he even had that chance to flee for his life intact in the first place. As a result, and because Eidolon has no knowledge of Omnicron, Eidolon develops an immense hatred of Chronicler as he assumes that only Chronicler is to blame for how he had almost died for good so prematurely in his plans for anarchy.

In the AU continuity to which Eidolon flees to and is out of reach from the main timeline, Eidolon is utterly horrified to learn he's now stuck in a universe where not only does he have to deal with his own AU equal in the form of the Alternate Chronicler, whose strength far surpasses the main timeline Chronicler, but also the fact Eidolon has to deal with an incarnation of Omnicron in its prime and one that gains its strength faster than it did originally albeit being shortly lived. Eidolon, knowing the full danger of Omnicron towards himself, gathers the seven Super Dragon Balls and summons Super Shenlong, and then wishes to forcefully ensure Omnicron's demise by the end of his own debut story; Sword Art Online: Special Edition.

As a result of Super Shenlong's lack of a limitation on wishes aside from the fact only one wish may be granted at a time, he successfully decreases what would've otherwise been a lengthy lifespan on Omnicron's alternate self... at the cost of now setting into motion the creation of alternate incarnations of his own enemies from the main timeline, to which Eidolon screams for a solid day in absolute anger and frustration towards what Omnicron had forced Eidolon into doing now that he risks himself even further now that his own enemies now exist in this alternate timeline because of Omnicron forcing Eidolon into a corner out of desperation.

Creation

(Note: This combines the events that occur in Sword Art Online: Special Edition and Reflection Code, due to the fact both AUs take place in the same universe.)

''G E T - O U T .''
~ Omnicron -0-.

In Chronicler's first appearance that showcases him actually fight, it showcases very well that he has been avoiding involvement in the plot for a key reason; decades ago, French scientist and researcher Franz Hopper worked on a program to turn physical matter into digital matter. Franz, collaborating with Akihiko's father due to Akihiko himself still being a youngster, the duo perfected the first Supercomputer to use the Materialize Agent. However, things had backfired horrifyingly; back in Japan, a genetically engineered super soldier broke out of containment and was immediately seeking out the duo for an unforeseen reason; trapping the being in cyberspace, he was probed for any viable information and data that could be utilized in the creation of the very first, fully functional, physical bodied AI; they dubbed the child "Chronicler" after what the genetic warrior was mumbling in stasis.

A decade later, Franz vanishes on a day Akihiko, his then current assistant, would inherit his own job on the research facility. However, peace was not to last; the mysterious being learns how to forcefully manifest itself without the usage of the scanners, and the child AI Chronicler begins to go rampant from being injected with an odd virus as the result of the now incredibly hostile X.A.N.A.. With Akihiko forced to take what he can and flee the scene, his partner Nobuyuki, on the other hand, couldn't help but notice a pretty girl in pink on the monitor of the supercomputer. Being told to hurry up and gather what he can, Nobuyuki is given a prompt by X.A.N.A. to input a virus into the girl, to which Nobuyuki asks why he should; X.A.N.A. retorts by giving Nobuyuki exclusive credit to the creation of Chronicler, and that X.A.N.A. "has a way" to ensure that's how it'll be.

Nobuyuki flees the scene with Chronicler in an external hard drive and is back in Japan where he spends two days alone with the hardware, wondering why X.A.N.A. isn't holding up his end of the bargain; as it turned out, however, it actually did. Akihiko was comatose due to unforeseen circumstances to which he asks Nobuyuki to personally take his place in the meeting to announce the success of the materialization agent. Nobuyuki does so, but due to suspicions and fears of what public knowledge of the program would lead towards him, he fabricated his own version of the story and project to which he details how he will make a brilliant game using the software one day. With Nobuyuki famous for founding the company which would years later begin to produce the MaterialEye hardware for Virtual Reality gamers, Nobuyuki forcefully injected a bug into Chronicler to make him react to it violently when given the proper activation code.

Sword Art Online: Special Edition

In the light of the results, Omnicron is born within Chronicler; using the new bug which transforms into the Re: Materialize agent, Chronicler's body is manifested into reality where he proceeds to slaughter and butcher the men inside, including Akihiko and his wife, and leaving only Nobuyuki alive due to the fact Nobuyuki had a means of controlling Chronicler... however, Omnicron gained enough intelligence to realize that Nobuyuki would soon become the toy of this little game himself and see how Nobuyuki would like in the light of the results. With Nobuyuki unaware as to the second mind of the Chronicler AI that now exists, he forcefully sends back Chronicler into the midst of a PVP zone where he's stripped of his own level and abilities. Chronicler, upon escaping, takes mere days to achieve Level 60 through grinding off of enemy monsters, to which Omnicron eventually takes notice of an opportunity to "appeal" to Nobuyuki somehow; luring the novice player Suguha into a PVP zone, Suguha finds the badly wounded Chronicler at 0 HP and drags him to safety.

What he did

In his original reign of terror, Omnicron wiped out 99% of the whole multiverse, personally loaded and assimiliated all of the remnant data used to store Kayaba's virtual ghost, be it either canon Kayaba or Sword Art Online: Special Edition Kayaba in this spot, and if the latter case, lead to the final guardian of the gate of the virtual and real worlds to completely shatter and tear apart, thus allowing Omnicron to successfully materialize his complex frame. He killed Darigus' mother and drove Zenith to insanity in the process since without Sophia's guidance, Zenith's sanity would only continue to decline to self-destruction. He killed his original creator and utilized his prototype Z.E.R.0. Materia weaponry to break the temporal paradox his creator was surviving through alone, leading to the reincarnation of an even worse Devoniak. He personally assassinated several powerhouses like Alphamon Ouruken and Omegamon Merciful Mode to keep them out of his path to total annihilation, and actively attempted to kill each and every hero he ever encountered with no remorse to the point of often times intending to kill them without caring to even know who they are. Even with Omnicron 1B's destruction at the end of the old timeline, death did not claim him for very long because the paradox that created the new incarnation of Devoniak lead to history repeating, and one of Omnicron's spare 800M drones being given intelligence and free will to only cement Omnicron's infamy across all of Ultimorian history. Having grown beyond his original programming, Omnicron had nothing but contempt for all life; he views everything as a game, and he hates the idea of a peaceful victory; he's grown so sick and tired of people sympathizing with him that he's been known to uncharacteristically go out of his way to hunt them down in a much slower path to their demise than any other target, to allow the mistake of pitying him sink in and their ultimate price they pay.

Trivia

  • Out of all of the Ultimorian Universe Villains, be it from Old Ultimoria or Neo Ultimoria, Omnicron is never played for laughs. All encounters with Omnicron are outright horrifying, and the mere hint it's in the current location leads to absolute paranoia for characters from Neo Ultimoria, or outright panic in characters from Old Ultimoria. It definitely says a lot that Grandis and the other Ulitmorian Deities want nothing to do with Omnicron, to the point all they would do would be to barricade Ultimoria's borders so that Omnicron couldn't get into their home universe, since until KeraKing, no character had the ability to permanently kill Omnicron.
  • Omnicron has many similarities with Diablomon of Digimon: Our War Game. Their starting forms (Omnicron 600M and Keramon), are initially harmless outside of the fact they're causing destruction by eating everything they can even devour, and grow in power very quickly as a result. Once they are targeted by the main characters, they thus quickly change their priorities into killing its threats and they transform to deal with them (Omnicron 700M and Infermon). When it escapes into ALO and is confronted again, it transforms into its seemingly final form (Omnicron 800M and Diablomon), and has similar plans for destruction via the use of nuclear weapons to wipe out humanity, and clone themselves to delay how quickly the heroes can stop the timer used to initiate their final plans. When they are seemingly killed, they come back from the dead as a transformed state that enters the real world and is absolute massive in this form (Omniceron 900M and Armagemon), and they make short work of their initial killers as if they're no longer even a threat. In addition, in a final desperation from the protagonists themselves, the story responds to permanently kill the villain with a hyperpowered creature (Mega Rayquaza for Omnicron 900M, and Imperialdramon Paladin Mode for Armagemon), and they are almost easily destroyed by the new opponents.
  • Likewise, Omnicron shares similar details with Love Machine from Summer Wars, due in part to the fact Love Machine is also an expy of Diablomon. All three Big Bads have a similar mindset, either speak minimal or not at all, are out of control AIs, have more than one known form, upgrade themselves by assimilation, similar strategies in thinking, but with the key difference being Omnicron having more in the dialogue department than Diablomon and Love Machine. Despite that, Omnicron's lines almost never truly indicate an actual free will or emotion to its speech, so Omnicron's dialogue seems to be some kind of voiced internal commands for Omnicron's programming based on specific situations.
  • Omnicron also bears similarities with Master Core of Super Smash Bros. in regards to its appearance in 10K Guardian Beast. It goes through various forms one by one as its HP drops, its health and status bars are obscured through some method until the final phase, and in their second to last phase (Wii U only for Master Core), they transform into location type enemies in which weak points located within them must be destroyed before they revert into a seemingly helpless form which will, if not destroyed in time, wipe out the player with an Instant Kill attack. Like Master Core's final phase, if the Instant Kill attack is dodged or blocked successfully for its duration, the gemstone form will fade away and be obliterated, and it will count as the player as having slain Omnicron and won the battle. In terms of strategy, 600M is an analog to Master Giant, 700M to Master Beast, 800M to Master Edges, and 900M to Master Fortress.
  • Omnicron's still surviving after Dogma had killed off all of the other Ultimorian Universe villains is a reference to its persistent title of "Physics Breaker", in which it disobeys any law of the way things work in order to both deal damage or to simply survive. THIS is the actual reason why Omnicron proved to be such a big threat to where it could never return to Ultimoria; none of the Ultimorian Deities could permanently kill this bastard off, and they knew even if it had the threat level of Kagubot, it would simply survive existence itself or Dogma trying to destroy it and evade them for all eternity.
  • Omnicron's ultimate death references both MaloMyotismon's death in Digimon Adventure O2, and Loptr's death in Bayonetta 2. Omnicron's physical body is hit with a force so incredibly fierce that it's separate from its soul and sent flying toward Dogma's awaiting maul after having been summoned by KeraKing earlier, all the while KeraKing repeatedly slashes at Omnicron's soul at the same time in which Dogma bites down onto Omnicron's physical body. Omnicron's physical body is destroyed the same way as Loptr's in this case; being swallowed whole by Dogma. Omnicron's soul, on the other hand, is destroyed the same way as MaloMyotismon; being blown up from a massive beam strike from all directions so that nothing remains.
  • Omnicron is one of only three Ultimorian Universe Characters to be considered a Knight of Cerebus. Grandis was the first, as he changed all order of the universe itself when he overthrew Oblivion. Wraielzebub is the second, due to the heavy tones and implications in his backstory. Omnicron is the third, due to fact unlike the other two examples, Omnicron is never played for laughs and is outright alien compared to the other two, since the other two were originally ordinary humans, whereas Omnicron is a heavily glitched computer AI with sapience.
  • Omnicron 900M is the very first known user of "Rain of Destruction", a skill otherwise exclusive to beings of an incredible age and size. Chronicler states that Omnicron 900M had acquired the ability based off a similar version of the attack utilized by Bahamut of Final Fantasy XIV, which Rain of Destruction is more or less just an amplified version of the attacks shown from Bahamut in the "End of an Era" cutscene. However, it would not be for at a little less than two decades in that it's learned that Rain of Destruction is actually the secret art of Ancient Oblivion, and that the version that Omnicron 900M uses is pathetically weak in comparison to Ancient Oblivion's version of the attack, which has been known to destroy multiple universes at once, whereas all Omnicron 900M was capable of doing was level almost all of the eastern portions of Asia and sink all of Japan into the sea.
  • Omnicron's views of everything being "just a game" is a terrifying coincidence of Undertale's "No Mercy/Genocide" path in the game. Considering the game itself was released a few months or so after Omnicron had already been revealed, this is more than likely just a coincidence.

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