Auron of the Omega Men (DC Comics)


(Vegan Star Sytem)

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Game system: DC Heroes Role-Playing Game


Auron appeared early when the whol Vega Star System mini-mythos developed in Green Lantern, The New Teen Titans (mostly through Starfire) and Omega Men. 1981, specifically. He mostly appeared until the Crisis, then less so.

These here are old notes, mostly taken to archive his DC Heroes RPG stats. These were published in a Mayfair book that was hard to find for most until used books online sellers became a thing. So it’s not a full-fat profile.


  • Real Name: Auron.
  • Previous Aliases: Lambien.
  • Marital Status: Single.
  • Known Relatives: X’hal (mother, deceased), Complex-Complex (brother, deceased), Branx warrior (unnamed father, deceased).
  • Base Of Operations: Vegan star system.
  • Group Affiliation: Omega Men.
  • Height: 6’2” Weight: Unrevealed.
  • Eyes: White Hair: Gold


Powers and Abilities

Auron is possessed of almost godlike powers. These have yet to be fully tested. He can fly, speeding across the heavens on a light-bridge of his own creation.

Though he wishes otherwise, Auron also acts as X‘hal’s messenger of death, using his awesome powers to destroy his mother’s enemies.

Auron can also seemingly heal those who are injured and at the brink of death… but he, having already been reborn, is not permitted to find peace himself.


Kidnapped by the alien Psions, the Okaaran woman X’hal was forced to take part in an insidious experiment in genetics. She also was mated with a brutal Branx warrior in the hope of creating an entirely new species as their offspring. The mating produced two children, one who became the first Citadellian, the other the being called Lambien.

The Citadellian left Okaara when X’hal went mad and destroyed three of Vega’s 25 planets in her fury. But Lambien was raised by X’hal. This became possible once the Warlords of Okaara found a way to harness the incredible power accidentally granted her by the Psions’ experiment.

Lambien received some of X’hal’s energy powers. He appointed himself X’hal’s guardian on Okaara.



When the Omega Men escaped the Citadel’s rule, Lambien joined them. During the interstellar voyage, Lambien’s powers began to grow. Fearing that he would go as mad as his mother, the youth had himself placed in a special energy dampener.

Yet Lambien’s powers continued to increase. By the time he arrived on Earth, he found that, although his power was now roughly comparable to his mother’s, he was still in control of his senses. To reflect his new life, he took the name Auron.

On Earth, he and the Omega Men destroyed a Gordanian fleet of Citadel slavers. They then returned to Vega, where they helped to end the Citadel tyranny.


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Game Stats — DC Heroes RPG

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Dex: 08 Str: 08 Bod: 16 Motivation: Unwanted
Int: 09 Wil: 05 Min: 13 Occupation: None
Inf: 12 Aur: 18 Spi: 18 Resources {or Wealth}: N.A.
Init: 029 HP: 060

Damage transference: 10, Energy blast: 16, Flight: 28, Sealed systems: 20

None demonstrated.

None demonstrated.

X’hal (High), Okaara (High), Omega Men (High).

Authority figure, Distinct appearance, Misc.: Auron can be totally dominated by Xh’al whenever she wishes.

Compiled By Sébastien Andrivet (using the GL Sourcebook and Who’s Who).

Source of Character: GL and Omega Men comics (DCU).