Omega TBB S2

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Name: Omega (as of The Bad Batch Season Two)
Type: Enhanced Clone
Species: Human (Clone)
Homeworld: Kamino
Gender: Female
Born: 32 BBY (968 GC)
Died: 
Hair Color: Blonde
Eye Color: Brown
Height: 
Weight: —
Skin: Light

DEXTERITY 3D+2
Blaster: 6D
Bows: Zygerrian Crossbow 6D
Dodge: 4D+2
Running: 4D+1

KNOWLEDGE 3D+1
Streetwise: 5D+2
Survival: 6D
Tactics: 6D+1
Willpower: 5D

MECHANICAL 3D
Communications: 4D
Sensors: 4D
Space Transports: Omicron-class Attack Shuttle 4D+2

PERCEPTION 3D+2
Command: 5D
Con: 5D+1
Investigation: 5D+2
Persuasion: 6D
Search: 5D
Sneak: 5D+2

STRENGTH 2D
Brawling: 3D+1
Climbing/Jumping: 4D+2
Stamina: 5D
Swimming: 4D

TECHNICAL 2D
Bow Repair: 4D
Computer Programming/Repair: 5D
Demolitions: 5D
Droid Repair: 6D
First Aid: 4D
(A) Medicine: Clones 2D+1
Security: 4D+2
Space Transports Repair: 5D

Special Abilities:
Game Theory: Omega was enhanced to process tactics faster than most humans. She can theorize an opponents strategy and moves before they happen and can find weaknesses to exploit.

Force Sensitive: N
Force Points: 3
Dark Side Points: 0
Character Points: 16
Move: 10

Equipment: Zygerrian Crossbow (4D), Wrist Comm, Clone Trooper Doll, datapad, Mining Helmet ( Head: +2 to front and back from physical (non-energy) attacks), jacket, bandoleer

Background: Omega was an enhanced human female clone created from the genetic template of the Mandalorian bounty hunter Jango Fett who lived in the years following the Clone Wars. Originally created as an pure genetic replication of Fett, she was a medical assistant to Nala Se and spent her days working in Tipoca City on the clone homeworld of Kamino. When the war ended, she took an interest in Clone Force 99, who had returned from a battle on Kaller. Later, when Wilhuff Tarkin arrived on Kamino to assess the clone troopers, she joined Clone Force 99 and escaped Kamino.

Omega accompanied Clone Force 99 on their subsequent visit to Cut Lawquane’s farmstead on Saleucami, which was her first time away from Kamino. There, she made friends with the Lawquane children, Shaeeah and Jek, and helped secure the family’s escape by delivering forged chain codes to them so they could board a transport. She was given an opportunity to go along with them on the transport, but decided to remain with Clone Force 99.

After Omega drew the attention of the bounty hunter Fennec Shand during the Bad Batch’s supply run on the moon Pantora, the group made their way to an informant named Cid, whom Echo knew that the Jedi trusted during the war. Omega was given a comlink and the group pulled off a job on Ord Mantell in exchange for information on Shand as well as credits. The Bad Batch would begin working for Cid, with the group pulling a job on Corellia shortly after their first successful work.

Omega would soon meet Captain Rex, a former soldier in the Grand Army of the Republic and associate of the Bad Batch. When Rex realized that the group still had their inhibitor chips, he implored them to get them removed. Omega and the others would join him on Bracca and Omega would watch her companions undergo a procedure inside a downed Venator-class Star Destroyer to get the chips removed. After Rex departed, the group would soon be discovered by the Empire. After being pursued by Crosshair and his forces, Omega was eventually kidnapped by a third party: the bounty hunter Cad Bane. She would eventually escape Bane when he landed at a facility on Bora Vio to collect his payment, and after evading Bane and the recently arrived Shand, she was rescued by the other members of the Bad Batch.

Omega was an enhanced clone, a pure replica of the original clone template Jango Fett, who had spent her entire life on Kamino until she joined the Bad Batch and escaped. Although she was a child, Tech noted that she had a heightened state of awareness. According to her, she had no behavioral modification biochip. Nala Se was very protective of her, often telling her to stay close by. However, she was not a rule follower and was very curious, investigating the Bad Batch’s quarters when they left on a mission.

Omega was compassionate and empathetic, quickly taking a liking to the Bad Batch. She looked up to the squad, and even copied Hunter’s mannerisms while sitting next to him. During the Bad Batch’s brief imprisonment, she consoled Crosshair even though he had made a snide remark about her earlier. As the group tried to make its escape, she saved Wrecker’s tooka doll Lula for him amidst the battle. Although she had no combat experience, she proved fairly capable with a blaster during a battle against Crosshair and a squad of clone shock troopers. Although she was not the most skilled fighter, she was smart as well as resourceful. She was very skilled with strategy games, helping Cid make money playing dejarik while the other members of the Bad Batch carried out a mission to Raxus.

Having spent her entire life in Kamino, Omega had never known anything but the facilities of the Kaminoans and the oceans of Kamino. She was naïve to many of the galaxy’s intricacies. She was quick to trust strangers, which got her into some trouble on Pantora when she trusted Fennec Shand, although this friendliness was also helpful during the Bad Batch’s mission to Corellia, when Omega quickly became friendly with Trace Martez. As the group traveled the galaxy to various planets, she was new to many of the things she saw, from the markets on Ord Mantell and Pantora to even simple things like sunshine and dirt. She was excited by seeing and experiencing new things, becoming fascinated by the soil, plants, and butterflies on Saleucami and insisting on accompanying Hunter to the central marketplace when they stopped on Pantora for a resupply so she could see the city. She was unaware of the phenomenon of slavery until educated on the subject by Tech and Echo.

As Omega became accustomed to her new life with the Bad Batch, she proved eager to be involved and be a contributing member of the group. Despite her inexperience, her enthusiasm proved useful as she learned to carry out missions with the squad. When she was left behind when the rest of the Bad Batch traveled to Raxus, she was visibly disappointed to be left out. She particularly enjoyed the company of people who were not considered “normal”; she quickly developed a friendship with the young pilot Hera Syndulla, enjoying her appreciation for flying.

Omega wore a white tunic with red-and-blue sleeves, black pants, and black boots. She had a Kaminoan-style forehead pendant which she wore in her hair, although she removed it and altered her hairstyle after escaping Saleucami. During the mission to Ord Mantell, Hunter provided her with a wrist-mounted communicator. On the same mission, she acquired a retractable Zygerrian energy bow that she went on to use in combat. However, she was quite ineffective using the weapon at first due to not being practiced or strong enough to shoot straight.

During her time on Pantora, Omega ended up taking a clone trooper doll without paying. She considered the toy trooper to be a female like herself, painting her armor black to make the doll a member of the Bad Batch. For Omega, the doll was not only one of her only playthings and a comfort to her when she was scared, but a connection to her past life on Kamino as well as her new life with the Bad Batch.

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PT White

I've been involved in creating content for Star Wars The Role Playing Game since 1992 and consider myself a Star Wars Super Fan and knowledge bank for the Star Wars Universe.

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