War of Omens Deck Builder CCG 12+

Epic Collectible Card Game

Fifth Column Games

Designed for iPad

    • 4.6 • 343 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



WAR OF OMENS® is a new mobile CCG featuring a fast-paced, engaging battle system and an ever-changing landscape as you grow in skill level and unlock new cards and heroes.

You hold all the cards to build your decks and go to war! Fight on the battlefield with knights and beasts, behind the scenes with rumors and conspiracies, or go right for their wallets with embargoes and predatory lending! Delve into a world of mystery, intrigue, and magic with four separate factions, each with different mechanics and a variety of heroes for you to unlock and play. Let your style dictate how you want to win as you collect cards that continuously change how you can play the game.


WAR OF OMENS features a unique deck building mechanic that enables you to do a multitude of actions per turn. Engage in fast-paced, real-time combat with other players. Collect, win and craft cards to assemble a powerful deck to prove your dominion over your opponents.

Unlock over 20 different heroes from four different factions as you navigate the dark fantasy world of WAR OF OMENS. Play as the rich and ancient Vespitole, the ruthless and savage Daramek, the mysterious society known as Metris, or the reclusive and powerful Endazu. Each faction has their own heroes, their own cards, and their own unique play style.

• Unique deck building gameplay mechanic
• Competitive real-time fastpaced PvP (player vs. player) combat
• 4 separate factions and over 24 heroes, each with their own special abilities
• Collect, win and purchase cards to dominate over your opponents
• Engage in Campaign Mode to learn about the history of your heroes
• Beautiful hand-drawn and original artwork

Choose your faction, engage in epic pvp card battles and solidify your dominion over all. Play WAR OF OMENS® today.

More questions? Chat with other players and the developers at the links below:
Reddit.com: https://www.reddit.com/r/warofomens/
Discord: https://discord.gg/jRW8QYx
Twitter: https://twitter.com/WarofOmens

© 2013-2018 Fifth Column Games, Inc. War of Omens is a registered trademark of Fifth Column Games, Inc., in the U.S., and/or other countries.

What’s New

Version 1.0.164

- Countess Aline’s allies activate on death again!
- Shepherd now cancels attacks that ignore intercept.
- Shepherd now restocks a random herd on feed.
- Listrata Chapter 6 bonus battle now uses Franc Somnolent.

Bug Fixes
- Fixed graphics issue that occasionally made old Countess Aline’s ability crash the game.
- Tournament games count for quests again (previously unreported).
- Various text fixes.
- Properly log cancelled attacks.
- Quests now track properly in Campaign.
- Orom appears in Skirmish again.
- Orom no longer starts with Hurting Stones when he otherwise shouldn’t.
- Guildmaster Nevretto no longer starts with Bounty in fights where he shouldn’t.
- Fixed issue with AI in Listrata Chapter 5 bonus battle not buying Loan.
- Fixed issue with AI not feeding Courtesan.
- AI no longer violently hates Cattle.
- Minor AI improvements.
- Dialogue boxes no longer cut off text.
- Viewing card lore hides the Allow Unranked toggle bubble.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
343 Ratings

343 Ratings

bluebobz ,

Glad it is finally on mobile!

I played this game for years on Kongregate and it hadn’t been updated, but other players including myself truly loved this CCG. I am so glad it has come to mobile and I am hoping that the Devs continue to work on the game and improve the campaign and continue to release more cards and heroes to choose from. I have seen some 1 star and 2 star reviews saying you can only play with 2 heroes and it isn’t fun. That isn’t the case, you just have to go in and get heroes from the store randomly from a card selection. Super excited to rebuild my deck and have the freedom of being mobile. Keep up the good work fifth column you guys have an awesome game here!

Leeroy Gankins ,

Excellent game but not truly FTP

Gameplay is great... Manages to walk an excellent line of being highly asymmetrical by any standard yet also very well balanced. Quite a few really interesting mechanics I've never seen before... Matchmaking has an annoying tendency of taking too long and pairing you over and over with the same person, but there's actually a pretty decent sized community so you aren't playing alone at least. But overall the play is very fun and quite fair. While not overly long, the campaign mode actually has a legitimately well written story too.. Interesting plot and the dialogue is actually extremely witty, I laughed heartily at multiple points.

That said... Do NOT regard this as free to play... You cannot adequately play this without spending about 10 dollars. While you can grind a lot of free currency, the ability to spend it on anything but the weaker cards is locked behind a paywall... I'm not even sure how long it'd take to grind out the ability to participate in tournaments via common packs and Max 1 free gold pack a day. And while,I wouldn't say it's pay to win, if you don't buy in at all, spect to lose due to lack of card pools.

If you look at this as a 10 dollar game with a free demo, I'd actually say it's top flight... Well worth it. But the monetization is really deceptive in an ugly way.

MarathonThePilgrim ,

Been playing for quite a few years

Got in to WoO shortly after full launch on Kongregate, downloaded the ios app as soon as it was available, then the same on Steam. I’ve seen constant additions and balance changes and a very loyal fanbase.
The design of the four factions is well done, from flavor to gameplay.
The ios version has a visibility issue with cards in play from time to time, but that’s really the only major downside.
The grind vs. play to win aspect is pretty standard, and I have no issue supporting a game I love. And War of Omens has given me hundreds of hours of surprisingly deep gameplay.

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