964 0 0 0 15 20c0 2. 984 0 0 0 19 8c2. Information in this article may not be canonical to the storyline of the games or any other Sonic continuity. E-123 “Omega” is a character that appears in the Sonic the Hedgehog comic series and its spin-theta iota omega published by Archie Comics.
He is a Badnik built by Dr. Noticeable differences include a stockier upper body and arms, different colored eyes and claws for both hands. His height is also greater than the other models and his shoulders larger with a visible Greek symbol on the front of the left and back of the right with red handlebars on the top. Eggman, Omega was never employed by the doctor in battle and rebelled against him, an act that he never regretted.
As part of his vendetta against his creator, he became particularly fond of destroying other robots built by the doctor. Note: Due to the Genesis Wave, Omega’s history from this point were changed to be nearly identical to that of his game counterpart’s. Light was rescued from falling from the Wily Egg, Omega agreed to protect him as he continued to battle the Robot Masters. He was later present as an injured Tails returned from the Wily Egg, and like his teammates eventually found himself surrounded by the enemy Robot Masters.
Note: From the readers point of view, this picks up from where Omega’s original timeline ended. After an intense skirmish, Rouge and Omega helped their friend regain his senses, and he departed to challenge Black Death while Rouge and Omega faced off with Eclipse to save Spider Troupe. The battle proved difficult, and even Omega was hard-pressed when Eclipse transformed into a monstrous version of himself and attacked. Omega and his comrades eventually found Eclipse’s craft in Red Mountain Zone, only to be alerted that the Master Emerald shrine was under attack by Eclipse.
They arrived shortly after Shadow managed to drive him off, and were surprised when the black Hedgehog informed them that he intended to move the Master Emerald to keep it away from Eclipse. However, Knuckles refused and attacked Shadow. Some time later, Omega joined his teammates in watching the Chaos Emerald Championship on television. Another crisis soon loomed over the world as the villainous Sigma instigated a scheme to fuse it with Mega Man’s World. Unlike many of Eggman’s other robots, Omega has free will.