- "They came to me last week. There was a brilliant joy, and a terrible confusion, and they were laughing and screaming and crying all at once, and some said,"Omega, we come in peace!" and others said, "We have come to enslave you! We are an infinitely intelligent race of super cosmic beings, and out of the six billion people on this planet we have chosen you for no good reason." And just then they were about to abduct me and do experiments on me, when their ship crashed."
- ―Omega, describing his Extraterrestrial encounter to Franklin.
Events of GTA V
Omega is first seem near a trailer in the middle of the Grand Senora Desert, during the mission Far Out. He will be looking for aliens using a special device and talking with himself, when Franklin approaches him Omega will talk about a group of aliens who was in contact with him a couple of days before, he says that an spaceship fell from the sky in San Andreas scattering his parts across the state. Franklin doesn't believe him and tries to walk away, when Omega shows an photo of one of the pieces of the spaceship in his phone. He says that if Franklin found any of the pieces, he should collect it and send to him. Franklin leaves the area saying that Omega is a "freak".
After the player finds all the 50 spaceship parts, Omega will send an text message to Franklin asking to meet him in his trailer at the RON Alternates Wind Farm. There, Omega takes Franklin to his garage where he keeps his Space Docker and all the 50 spaceship parts that Franklin send to him. Omega shows an little round object (resembling an UFO), that suddenly starts to fly like an alien spaceship, Omega then leaves the garage saying "see you on the other side!". Franklin then can take the Space Docker as a reward for collecting all the spaceship parts.
- GTA V
- He bears some similarities to The Truth from Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas; Both are eccentric hippies and conspiracy theorists with a deep distrust towards the government.
- Omega is named after a letter in the Greek alphabet, Omega (Ω). The letter Omega is the last letter in the Greek alphabet, and it is commonly used to describe the end or the ultimate limit of something. Theologically, it is used to describe the end of the world, or mankind's ultimate destiny.
- He carries a device identical to the scanner used by the Epsilon Program member and actor Jimmy Boston.
- His favorite radio station is Blue Ark.