"Recognizing wisdom, strength, and courage suprassing that of the Ancients."Final Fantasy V description
Omega Badge (オメガのくんしょう or オメガの勲章, Omega no Kunshō?, lit. OmegaMedl), also known as Omega Medal, is a recurring item and accessory in the series. It is awarded typically for defeating Omega, a recurring powerful superboss. Awarded as a trophy, it often does not provide any bonuses in gameplay.
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Omega Badge (オメガの紋章, Omega no Monshō?) is a loot dropped by Omega Mark XII, likely as a reference to Final Fantasy V. Unlike its Final Fantasy V appearance, however, Omega Badge does serve a purpose: it (alongside Godslayer's Badge; obtained for defeating Yiazmat; and Lu Shang's Badge; obtained from fishing) can be used to create the Bazaar item, Dragon Crest, which provides a Wyrmhero Blade.
Medal emblazoned with the mark of Solheim. Held only by those brave and brilliant enough to best ancient magiteknological weaponry in battle.Description
Omega Badge is a reward for beating Omega, a boss included in the Windows and Royal Editions.
Omega Badge is a 5★ accessory which can be obtained by defeating Omega on the Vale of Memories event. In order to unlock the battle against Omega, the player must complete all of the dungeons of the event. It gives +20 ATK and +15 RES to its user.
A medal given as proof of one defeating Omega. In a certain faraway world, Omega was developed using the pinnacle of technologies from ancient times, but why it was developed is shrouded in mystery. What is known is that it is tremendously powerful, and many heroes have left it alone as they stood no chance against it. Only those who exhibit intelligence, strength, and courage can defeat Omega and gain this medal.Description
Omega Medal is awarded to players after beating Omega in Ancient Hellbringer at ELT difficulty. It is an accessory that provides ATK +35, MAG +35, HP +10%, MP +10%.
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Etymology[edit | edit source]
Omega (capital: Ω, lowercase: ω; Greek Ωμέγα) is the twenty-fourth and last letter of the Greek alphabet. It is synonymous with a set's end or limit.