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"Victory": Hundreds of battle ships stand poised outside the Citadel Homeworld. The homeworld is protected by a battery ring of defense stations built atop planetoids that were once part of the planet's moon. Tigorr and the Omega Men lead t
- Now nothing stands between them and the Citadel Homeworld!
- -- Primus
Appearing in "Victory"
- Alonzo Dulak (First appearance)
Synopsis for "Victory"
Hundreds of battle ships stand poised outside the Citadel Homeworld. The homeworld is protected by a battery ring of defense stations built atop planetoids that were once part of the planet's moon. Tigorr and the Omega Men lead the assault against the Citadel forces. Tigorr releases a colony of small alien life forms known as Prolfs into the battle zone, and using their enhanced dexterity, they immediately begin taking positions across the Citadel battle ring. They plant small explosives that detonate simultaneously, setting off a chain reaction that destroys the entire battle ring. There is now nothing barring the Omega Men's path to the planet. Legions of alien warriors from dozens of worlds descend to the surface and begin fighting Citadel soldiers tooth and nail. Tigorr and Lt. Gepsen leads the charge into the Citadel command center, but Tigorr halts when he encounters Auron. Auron warns him not to pursue this course of action, stating that it can only end in tragedy. Tigorr has no patience for Auron's cryptic warnings and pushes past him. He finally reaches the nerve center of the complex, where he finds that all of the planet's electronic defenses are controlled by a single disembodied entity - the first Citadellian. This being encourages Tigorr to destroy the command center, citing that it would actually fulfill its agenda - for this being is the personification of aggression. It take credit for all corruption that has ever existed in the Vega star system. By destroying it, Tigorr would in fact, be intensifying the fires of aggression throughout the galaxy. That is a risk Tigorr is willing to take however. He presses a switch and the entire facility explodes. The war is over. Tigorr emerges from the wreckage and announces, "We won!"
- Chapter Five of the "Citadel War" saga (conclusion).
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Links and References
- Omega Men (Volume 1) series index at Comicbookdb.com
- Omega Men (Volume 1) series index at the Grand Comics Database Project