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Super Capital Ship

This ship is classified as a Super Capital. It is one of the most powerful Capital Ships and can be built on the build menu

Limited Ship

This ship is a limited ship, and could only be acquired for a limited time or it has since become limited.
You lose it forever once it is destroyed.

Lucifer is a Super Capital ship that is part of the Halloween Event 2019.


The Lucifer was the Halloween Event 2019 Super Capital that could be bought from the Mega Base for 2 million credits.


The interior consists of a small hallway with a purple mist. At the front, there is a purple glowing orb with electricity coming out of it, and in front of it there is purple text that says "PALADIN OMEN ONLINE".


  • Large, balanced health pool.
  • Turn speed is very high for a ship of its size, surpassing some Battleships.
  • Powerful turrets.
  • Spinals output insane damage.
  • Good cargo hold.
  • Massive explosion radius of 1500, the highest in the game (along with both prototypes and Kodiak).


  • It is a limited Super Capital, making it a very large target.
  • Turrets may struggle with hitting enemies behind it due to its blind spots.
  • When jumping out at certain angles of the ship, you can get stuck in the roof where the seat is.
  • Has an ambient noise when you spawn it, which may attract unwanted attention.


  • Use its maneuverability to get into a ship's blindspot and shred them with its insane damage output.
  • Always fly with a fleet due to it being a limited Super Capital--you will always be a massive target.
  • If sieging with it, be sure to not only be a part of a fleet but also make use of the range of the turrets and spinals.

Version History

  • Added in the Halloween Event 2019 in version .66b.
  • DPS reduced by 5% in version .66b.
  • Health increased from 12500/12500 to 14500/14500 / Speed increased from 50 (default speed) to 60 / Turnspeed increased from 0.1 to 0.13 / Spinals increased from 5/5 Huge Phasers/Cannons to 7/7 Huge Phasers/Cannons / Turrets have been changed to point defense/flak (two of each type) in version .72f
  • Explosion radius increased to 1500 in a unknown version (only revealed in-game).


  • Lucifer is the first, and currently the only Super Capital ship to be part of an event.
  • The first person to lose one was xps_15 to LegitWesternSpy's Prototype X-2.
  • The Lucifer, along with some other Halloween 2019 ships, is part of a select few ships in the game that have ambient sounds.
  • The Lucifer was originally meant to serve as the boss ship for the Halloween 2019; furthermore, a player-owned variant of the ship was planned to be obtainable under the name of 'Omen', hence the outdaded text in the interior.
  • This ship shares its name with Lucifer Station, a small space station orbiting Frion I.
  • xps_15 and Crosh105 have the lost this ship the most times, having lost it 3 times each.
    • In addition, the second time xps lost it, it was refunded as he was dock blocked.
  • If you are using a Lucifer and you jump out of the seat it while facing upwards, you may end up inside the ship. This caused a user to lose a Lucifer, as seen here. The user has since got it refunded. This is refundable still in regards to the public announcement on discord below.
    • [TNCOC] Confinium Today at 1:47 PM {@everyone If you got stuck in the ceiling of the Lucifer and have a recording of it leading to your ships destruction, it is 100% refundable and you should submit it to #refund_request. Do not rely on the Wiki to tell you what is or isn't refundable.}
    • It is also further recommended to always record when driving expensive event ships, in order to corroborate evidence if a refund is necessary. Recording can be done directly through the ROBLOX player or other external programs. Consult the Ship Refund Policy for more information.
  • During the 2019 Halloween event, the Lucifer costed 2 million credits, but if you were to use the cost command in-game now, its worth would be around 2.8 million credits.
  • Its namesake, Lucifer, has significance in religion and mythology.
  • Was re-released some time in 2021, costing around 1.5 million and a B permit (5-5.5 million in total)