- "I would not discount Omega's insight. A state of heightened awareness is not unusual for an enhanced clone such as herself."
- ―Tech, in regards to Omega
Omega was an enhanced human female clone who lived in the years following the Clone Wars. She was a medical assistant to Nala Se. She spent her days 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.
Rise of the Empire
Omega was an enhanced clone who worked as a medical assistant to the Kaminoan Nala Se. Although she stayed on the extragalactic planet Kamino in the star system of the same name, she knew of each member of Clone Force 99, later meeting them on the planet after they returned from the Conquest of Kaller. Omega was curious about the squad's activities and sat with them in the mess hall, which Tech noted was something that had never happened before. When another clone trooper made a passing remark about the "Sad Batch," Omega threw food at the clone. Hunter, the group's leader, tried to de-escalate the situation, but Wrecker threw an entire tray of food at the clone trooper and started a brawl. Omega later tried to claim responsibility for the incident when the Bad Batch were called in for punishment, but Hunter refused, giving her a warning to stay away from their squad to avoid getting herself in trouble.
When the Bad Batch took a mission to Onderon, Omega and her droid companion AZI-3 entered the squad's quarters. Omega looked around in awe at their gear, but was eventually discovered by a force of clone shock troopers who had come to confiscate the squad's gear. She was incarcerated and held in a newly constructed holding cell along with the Bad Batch, who were imprisoned following their refusal to act on Admiral Tarkin's orders to take out Saw Gerrera's rebel cell on Onderon.
Escape from Kamino
Omega was instrumental in the group's escape, sneaking out to deactivate the ray shield after Wrecker damaged a wall panel to allow her to sneak out. The troopers eventually noticed that she was missing from the cell, but she then dropped down on them from the ceiling, recovering quickly to deactivate the ray shield and free her new companions. As the group planned their next move, she told Hunter that their gear was likely in the hangar with the rest of their equipment. After the force geared up, one of their own, Crosshair, who had just been outfitted with new armor and had his inhibitor chip effects magnified, came to stop his former companions from leaving. After a fight that involved Omega using a blaster for the first time and incapacitating Crosshair's weapon, the group escaped on the Bad Batch's ship, the Havoc Marauder.
As the group discussed their next move, Omega gave Wrecker his tooka doll that she had rescued during the battle, which greatly pleased him. She then made her way to the cockpit to look out at space for the first time. Eventually, the others moved to the cockpit as well, where Hunter let her sit, telling her to strap in as they made the jump to hyperspace in order to travel to the Suolriep sector.
Journey on Saleucami
The Havoc Marauder landed a short distance away from Cut Lawquane's farmstead and the Bad Batch began to walk towards their homestead. When Omega walked out into the sun, she was in awe, having never experienced any environment besides the perpetual rain of Kamino. She was fascinated with her surroundings, scooping some up dirt in her hand and laughing. As the group marched on, Omega took in her surroundings, observing plants and butterflies. When they reached the home, Hunter introduced Omega to Cut, his wife Suu, and his adopted children Shaeeah and Jek, who took her outside to play while the others talked inside.
Shaeeah and Jek taught Omega to play catch, but when Omega accidentally threw the ball beyond the fence, the two children told her not to worry about it and went inside to pack, as the family was looking to leave Saleucami because of the Imperial presence. However, Omega decided to retrieve the ball anyway, at which point she drew the attention of the predatory nexu. Hunter and Suu came out to rescue her, chasing off the creature. When Hunter began to berate her for being irresponsible, Cut stepped in. As Omega apologized, Cut hugged her and brought her back inside. Eventually, Omega sat in the cockpit of the Havoc Marauder in sadness as Echo and Tech worked on forging chain codes for the Lawquanes so they could leave Saleucami in safety.
When Tech communicated to Hunter about his plan for them to intentionally get their ship impounded so they could get inside the complex, Hunter was angry but Omega approved of the plan. Although Tech did not plan for Omega to be onboard when they were impounded, they stayed together in the ship while Echo snuck in and stole chain codes for Tech to forge. When clone forces amassed near the ship, preventing Echo or Tech from passing the codes to Hunter, Wrecker, and the family, who had entered the spaceport and planned to pick them up before boarding the last shuttle, Omega grabbed the codes and snuck out herself to deliver them, succeeding in bringing them to the group.
However, when Omega noted that Tech had made an extra one, Hunter pulled her aside and told her that she would be going along with the family, as they could give her a life that he and his squad could not. Omega said that she wanted to stay with them, but Hunter told her it was for her own good before going to rendezvous with the rest of the Bad Batch, who had been discovered and were battling clone troopers. In sorrow, Omega went along through the gate with Cut and his family, but eventually decided to disobey Hunter and return to the ship. She made it back onboard as the squad escaped, and later approached Hunter to apologize but also to reaffirm her desire to be among them, to which Hunter replied that if it was what she wanted, then they would be glad to have her even if he still had much to learn about taking care of her.
Personality and traits
Omega was an enhanced clone 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. 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. Having spent her entire life in Kamino, Omega had never known anything but the facilities of the Kaminoans and the oceans of Kamino. After leaving the world with Clone Force 99 and visiting Saleucami, Omega was fascinated by the planet's soil, not even knowing what dirt was until Tech told her.
Omega wore a white tunic with red-and-black 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. In combat, Omega used an energy bow.
Behind the scenes
Omega was created for the 2021 Disney+ series Star Wars: The Bad Batch. She was first revealed on March 30 of that year in a trailer for the show which gave the character's name in the closed captioning. Her first appearance was in the series premiere, "Aftermath." She is voiced by Michelle Ang.
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