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(No evidence that he actually possesses a Dark Pharaoh Amulet)
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| group = [[The Organization]]
 
| group = [[The Organization]]
 
| first = [[TCG:SAS-157|SAS-157]] (mentioned) <br> [[TCG:LGS-023|LGS-023]]
 
| first = [[TCG:SAS-157|SAS-157]] (mentioned) <br> [[TCG:LGS-023|LGS-023]]
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}}'''Omeed''' is a member of [[the Organization]] who operates from somewhere on the continent of Africa.
'''Omeed''' is a member of [[the Organization]] who operates from somewhere on the continent of [[Africa]].
 
   
 
== History ==
 
== History ==
Omeed was known to have possessed two Golden Idols which are very hard to control. {{source|SAS-157}} He is also renowned to be a hostile but intelligent explorer of the world. {{Source|LGS-023}}
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Omeed was known to have possessed two Golden Idols which are very hard to control. {{source|TCG:SAS-157|SAS-157}} He is also renowned to be a hostile but intelligent explorer of the world. {{Source|LGS-023}}
   
 
== Abilities ==
 
== Abilities ==
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=== Bonded Titans ===
 
=== Bonded Titans ===
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* [[Dark Pharaoh]]
 
* [[Venadek]]
 
* [[Venadek]]
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== Trivia ==
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*Omeed's name comes from the Turkish name ''Omid'', meaning hope.
 
[[Category:Seekers]]
 
[[Category:Seekers]]
 
[[Category:Organization members]]
 
[[Category:Organization members]]

Revision as of 23:04, August 9, 2018

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Holotome Profile: Omeed
Omeed
Biographical Information
Group Affiliation(s) The Organization
Identifying Traits
Gender Male
Hair Color Black
Series Information
First Appearance SAS-157 (mentioned)
LGS-023

Omeed is a member of the Organization who operates from somewhere on the continent of Africa.

History

Omeed was known to have possessed two Golden Idols which are very hard to control. SAS-157 He is also renowned to be a hostile but intelligent explorer of the world. LGS-023

Abilities

As a Sand Snake, Omeed possesses ancient Egyptian and African powers. He knows the powers of Dark Pharaoh well. LGS-044

Bonded Titans

Trivia

  • Omeed's name comes from the Turkish name Omid, meaning hope.
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