|Born:|| 2760 AΩX |
|Weapon:||Lumina (Great Sword)|
|Appearances:||Omega V: Redemption|
Clifford 'Cliff' Fitter (2760 AΩX - 2830 AΩX), better known as Scourge was one of the greatest soldiers in the Congressional Knight army during the war and is a War Hero, although his arch rival was the Black Reaper, they both had great respect for each other, Scourge died fighting the Black Reaper. Scourge would become Xorn, leader of the Zodiac XIII and would eventually merge with his master the Time Devourer. Ironically Xorn's new powers, which he had plotted to get for ages would curse him with an unending hunger which would prevent him from ever creating his idealistic world.
"The Chosen One will save us all from the Devourer of Worlds. He will be the scourge of Filgaia yet be the son of a man from outer-space."
Cliff was born in 2760 AΩX, Cliff would be different from others, as his father was an alien who vanished before Cliff was born.
During the Human War he took the name Scourge and trained several soldiers including Albel Nox and Beowulf Atma. During the War, Scourge participated in the three Chronicles of the Sword tournaments, winning all three, and creating an unprecedented 10 - 0 winning streak.
Scourge would face off in a final one on one battle against Hauser Blackwell. Despite Scourge's age, he was a formidable opponent, however he was no match for Hauser who gave Scourge a Warriors Death.
- Main article: Xorn
Scourge would be reborn as a Scion and would manipulate everyone in his path in his quest for power. He would eventually fall victim to his power as his new powers would give him an unending hunger that would prevent him from ever reaching his ideals.
- The Scourge character was created before the launch of Omega II: Tag Team Tournament.
- Originally Scourge wielded a Great Katana called Masamune but that was changed when the Omega III: The Clash of the Elements character Sangre character began to wield a sword with the same name.
- Despite being created before Omega II, Scourge wasn't mentioned until Omega IV: Oblivion where Genesis referred to him several times.