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How to Use Omega Sentinel in Marvel Contest of Champions

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Omega Sentinel
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The amount of characters in Marvel Contest of Champions is ridiculous, in a good way, of course. There are more than eight thousand Marvel characters to choose from, so they have a lot of options to choose from. Just recently added to the game, we have Omega Sentinel, formerly known as Karima Shapandar, a former Indian police officer. First a superhero, nowadays, a supervillian. All thanks to her sentinel infection making her turn on her X-Men colleagues. With her inclusion in Marvel Contest of Champions, one is left to wonder how to use her. After all, in MCOC it is not all button mashing, there is a lot of strategy involved. I’m serious. Anyway, here is how to use Omega Sentinel in Marvel Contest of Champions.

How to Use Omega Sentinel

What the game is about is to deliver an effective damage rotation. That translates to a series of attacks that will render the enemy defenseless, struggling with debuffs and having its health decimated in seconds. Sounds brutal, and that’s because it is. Anyway, here is how to use Omega Sentinel by performing her damage rotation.

  1. Deal two medium attacks to apply a debuff.
  2. Deal a heavy attack to pause debuffs.
  3. Repeat step 1 and 2 until the enemy has 3 debuffs.
  4. Use your Special Attack 2 to apply incineration.
  5. Repeat all of the above.
  6. Use Special Attack if necessary to refresh and pause debuffs.

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If you follow these few steps, you will get rid of your enemies in a very swift and fast manner. You better train those thumbs! I remember having some sore thumbs back in the day. I don’t wish that to nobody.

Marvel Contest of Champions is available now on Android and iOS. If you like Marvel, be sure to check out Marvel Strike Force Tier List and How to Earn Credits Quickly in Marvel Snap.

About the author

Alejandro Josan

A musician with a heart of a gamer, Alejandro's life has always been accompanied by adventures on Nintendo platformers, countless hours of fantasy RPGs and several third-party FPSs. Currently, he is studying Game Design and Development, preparing for a long career in the video game industry.

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