Kit Reveal: Omega

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  • It is interesting how many of these abilities are small bonuses, even the non-stacking ones. That’s not something we see a lot in characters.

    The 10% TM reduction is helpful against non-Seperatist enemies, though. Bad Batch tends to go after more powerful teams.
  • RTS
    415 posts Member
    edupro556 wrote: »
    I don't think the end of her first abilitie is good, because against Separatist enemies it's negligible turn meter reduction, since the hunter's lead removes half the turn meter and double against exposed Separatist enemies

    So because her ability isn't AS good against 1 faction (that they already consistently get 59+ banners against) you think it's bad?

    Get outta town Charlie Brown.
  • Durandal wrote: »
    No one cares...

    About your hate for little girl characters with New Zealander accents. In a Galaxy full of creatures it's strange to hear such disdain for any of these amazing characters.

    Do you hate Darth Vader cause he's evil? We're here cause we love STAR WARS! All of it.
  • Model looks better ingame… not perfect, but not bad.
  • Pariah_Anchorite
    760 posts Member
    edited July 14
    Wish it wasn’t a marquee. Otherwise awesome

    Did I miss how many stacks of target practice she can have?
  • Xcien
    1474 posts Member
    Well, it’s good to know who the fifth BB member is. While I wouldn’t have minded Crosshair, I’m still happy that it is Omeega.
    "Thank you for evaluating."
  • Sebek
    2136 posts Member
    Wish it wasn’t a marquee. Otherwise awesome

    Did I miss how many stacks of target practice she can have?

    As many as she can get.
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  • Extremely disappointed that Crosshair has been collectively ignored this entire kriffing time. I have ZERO attachment to Omega, Crosshair is an original member of the Batch, Echo adopted as the fifth, and there’s still one more member (allegedly, if Omega is in fact not the fifth enhanced clone that Nala Se mentioned) that we don’t know of yet.
    WHY IS CROSSHAIR NOT A CHARACTER YET??????????
  • Sebek
    2136 posts Member
    Extremely disappointed that Crosshair has been collectively ignored this entire kriffing time. I have ZERO attachment to Omega, Crosshair is an original member of the Batch, Echo adopted as the fifth, and there’s still one more member (allegedly, if Omega is in fact not the fifth enhanced clone that Nala Se mentioned) that we don’t know of yet.
    WHY IS CROSSHAIR NOT A CHARACTER YET??????????

    Just because you don't have an attachment to Omega, doesn't mean other people don't have. (Evidence: Me!)
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  • Pariah_Anchorite
    760 posts Member
    edited July 15
    Extremely disappointed that Crosshair has been collectively ignored this entire kriffing time. I have ZERO attachment to Omega, Crosshair is an original member of the Batch, Echo adopted as the fifth, and there’s still one more member (allegedly, if Omega is in fact not the fifth enhanced clone that Nala Se mentioned) that we don’t know of yet.
    WHY IS CROSSHAIR NOT A CHARACTER YET??????????

    The story is still young. Could be a Thrawn-like event coming. CG is doing a good job of making us think about team composition.

    Or he could come as an Imperial Remnant
  • Xcien
    1474 posts Member
    Extremely disappointed that Crosshair has been collectively ignored this entire kriffing time. I have ZERO attachment to Omega, Crosshair is an original member of the Batch, Echo adopted as the fifth, and there’s still one more member (allegedly, if Omega is in fact not the fifth enhanced clone that Nala Se mentioned) that we don’t know of yet.
    WHY IS CROSSHAIR NOT A CHARACTER YET??????????

    I for one like Omeega and her Kiwi accent. Crosshair is not a character yet because his story is still being developed. He’ll most likely come at the end of the first season. Also, to point out, but Crosshair is no longer a BB member, since he betrayed them for the Empire (because of his chip).
    "Thank you for evaluating."
  • Extremely disappointed that Crosshair has been collectively ignored this entire kriffing time. I have ZERO attachment to Omega, Crosshair is an original member of the Batch, Echo adopted as the fifth, and there’s still one more member (allegedly, if Omega is in fact not the fifth enhanced clone that Nala Se mentioned) that we don’t know of yet.
    WHY IS CROSSHAIR NOT A CHARACTER YET??????????


    I feel ya on all points except that I do like Omega. I just think it's sad that they didn't add Crosshair first and then Omega. I just hope he doesn't end up as an Imperial toon and they bring him back into the fold.
  • Chocobilly
    2 posts Member
    edited July 15
    Personally I'm a little miffed at the model. Someone said she looked like Peter Pan. Spend all the time getting JML and JKL to look perfect, and they are actual people.
    Omega is already a 3d model in a show.
    Grab the file and low poly her. >_<

    Case in point. All of the people in game from the Mandalorian look fantastic, including the two iterations of Grogu. SMH
  • Ltswb1
    478 posts Member
    Another ambiguously worded kit. It could be read that she loses Target Practice stacks when an enemy loses zeroed in.
  • Sebek
    2136 posts Member
    Ltswb1 wrote: »
    Another ambiguously worded kit. It could be read that she loses Target Practice stacks when an enemy loses zeroed in.

    Because she does.
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  • Ltswb1
    478 posts Member
    Sebek wrote: »
    Ltswb1 wrote: »
    Another ambiguously worded kit. It could be read that she loses Target Practice stacks when an enemy loses zeroed in.

    Because she does.

    So, when a toon with zeroed in dies, she loses all stacks?

    And when she switches zeroed in to another character, she loses all but one?

    I’m just asking because it is not clear.
  • Ltswb1
    478 posts Member
    edited July 15
    If that’s the case, then it doesn’t seem very powerful as she’ll only ever have 1-2 stacks of target practice at a time. Also, what happens if she applies zeroed in back on the same toon? Does that reset the stacks to 1?
  • Sebek
    2136 posts Member
    Ltswb1 wrote: »
    Sebek wrote: »
    Ltswb1 wrote: »
    Another ambiguously worded kit. It could be read that she loses Target Practice stacks when an enemy loses zeroed in.

    Because she does.

    So, when a toon with zeroed in dies, she loses all stacks?

    And when she switches zeroed in to another character, she loses all but one?

    I’m just asking because it is not clear.

    It is clear though.
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  • Sebek
    2136 posts Member
    Ltswb1 wrote: »
    If that’s the case, then it doesn’t seem very powerful as she’ll only ever have 1-2 stacks of target practice at a time. Also, what happens if she applies zeroed in back on the same toon? Does that reset the stacks to 1?

    It doesn't stack.
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  • Ltswb1
    478 posts Member
    Sebek wrote: »
    Ltswb1 wrote: »
    If that’s the case, then it doesn’t seem very powerful as she’ll only ever have 1-2 stacks of target practice at a time. Also, what happens if she applies zeroed in back on the same toon? Does that reset the stacks to 1?

    It doesn't stack.

    Actually it does stack when you re-target the same toon with zeroed in.
  • Sebek
    2136 posts Member
    Ltswb1 wrote: »
    Sebek wrote: »
    Ltswb1 wrote: »
    If that’s the case, then it doesn’t seem very powerful as she’ll only ever have 1-2 stacks of target practice at a time. Also, what happens if she applies zeroed in back on the same toon? Does that reset the stacks to 1?

    It doesn't stack.

    Actually it does stack when you re-target the same toon with zeroed in.

    What are the benefits of having Zeroed In twice then?
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  • Ltswb1
    478 posts Member
    Sebek wrote: »
    Ltswb1 wrote: »
    Sebek wrote: »
    Ltswb1 wrote: »
    If that’s the case, then it doesn’t seem very powerful as she’ll only ever have 1-2 stacks of target practice at a time. Also, what happens if she applies zeroed in back on the same toon? Does that reset the stacks to 1?

    It doesn't stack.

    Actually it does stack when you re-target the same toon with zeroed in.

    What are the benefits of having Zeroed In twice then?

    It gives her an additional stack of target practice. But honestly, she looks pretty blah so far. She does not hit hard. And the target practice stacks seems fairly useless. Especially with them resetting when zeroed in goes away/gets moved.
  • Gibrise
    38 posts Member
    Is this new character bugged? It says she is an attacker, unless the relic is actually firing soft toys instead i have seen more damage from mace windu....
  • Sebek
    2136 posts Member
    Ltswb1 wrote: »
    Sebek wrote: »
    Ltswb1 wrote: »
    Sebek wrote: »
    Ltswb1 wrote: »
    If that’s the case, then it doesn’t seem very powerful as she’ll only ever have 1-2 stacks of target practice at a time. Also, what happens if she applies zeroed in back on the same toon? Does that reset the stacks to 1?

    It doesn't stack.

    Actually it does stack when you re-target the same toon with zeroed in.

    What are the benefits of having Zeroed In twice then?

    It gives her an additional stack of target practice. But honestly, she looks pretty blah so far. She does not hit hard. And the target practice stacks seems fairly useless. Especially with them resetting when zeroed in goes away/gets moved.

    What? No she does not, because Zeroed In does not stack.
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  • dragonsage
    25 posts Member
    edited July 15
    Ltswb1 is talking about "target practice" stacking not "zeroed in" and "target practice" dose stack. 'target practice: +5% CC, offense and 10% CD PER STACK'
  • Sebek
    2136 posts Member
    dragonsage wrote: »
    Ltswb1 is talking about "target practice" stacking not "zeroed in" and "target practice" dose stack. 'target practice: +5% CC, offense and 10% CD PER STACK'

    They are talking about Zeroed In, they said that the benefit of having Zeroed In twice is that it grants Omega an additional stack of Target Practice, which isn't true.
    Remember: reality is an illusion. The universe is a hologram. Buy gold. Bye!
  • Sebek wrote: »
    dragonsage wrote: »
    Ltswb1 is talking about "target practice" stacking not "zeroed in" and "target practice" dose stack. 'target practice: +5% CC, offense and 10% CD PER STACK'

    They are talking about Zeroed In, they said that the benefit of having Zeroed In twice is that it grants Omega an additional stack of Target Practice, which isn't true.

    hes asking that if you get x stacks of target practice which dose stack. dose it reset to 1 stack of target practice if you switch targets or they die.
  • Ltswb1
    478 posts Member
    I was not asking if zeroed in stacks. I was asking if her stacks of target practice reset if you reapply zeroed in to the same target. They do not reset and they do stack.
  • Ltswb1
    478 posts Member
    She hits like a wet noodle. It seems her “big damage” is totally reliant on having defense up and stealth and others using specials, so that she can assist. That’s a lot to hope for. Especially since Wrecker pretaunts and is susceptible to a stun.
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