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League of Legends Champion.is a cancelled
Omen was a quadruped demon/Voidborn-like creature which, as Tom 'Zileas' Cadwell explained in his GC Online talk 'Designers Are Humans Too—Causes of Poor Design Decisions', no one at Riot was sure if he was a melee or a ranged DPS character. This lack of both direction and excitement for the Champion caused him to remain in limbo for a while. Eventually, even though Omen was halfway through his development cycle, Riot realized he wasn't 'getting any better' and was ultimately scrapped and was released in his place. Patch V18.104.22.168 had to be delayed due to Omen's cancelation in order to accommodate his replacement's release
- The kit was mainly based around attacks with stackable spells to shred resistances.
- Q - Skill shot pass through
- W - Spike pod lob. Detonated after 2 seconds or if hit by a spike pod or Q.
- E - A targeted spell that would damage and slow the target.
- R - A channeling, long ranged, circular AoE damage zone. Similar to a mix of and ultimates.
- Omen's development involved Rioters such as Brian 'FeralPony' Feeney (lead designer) and Michael 'IronStylus' Maurino (lead artist).
- A skeleton reminiscent of Omen can be seen on the splash art.
- It was speculated that Omen's thematic space had been filled by Ryan 'Morello' Scott confirmed that they weren't related.  , however
- A creature resembling Omen can be seen in the comic.
- Omen's ultimate was conceived as either an artillery style  but in a smaller circle at further range, or as a that wasn't global and had to be channeled.
- Omen's name was likely repurposed for a character of the same name in Valorant, a tactical shooter game.