- After Googling it, I see a few (but little) forums using the term. I can't find anything official, but I haven't read much of the GX manga.
- It also looks like fans idea to expand it beyond just a Fusion of a "Heroes" and specific Attributes to include "Elemental Hero Neos Knight", "Elemental Hero Divine Neos", "Evil Hero Malicious Fiend", "Evil Hero Dark Gaia". If we were to even keep this article, they should be excluded, since they're not from the manga, were not made with the intention of being like the ones from the manga and you have to redefine what it means to be a part of this series to include them. -- Deltaneos (talk) 01:15, March 27, 2010 (UTC)
To my knowledge, that's not an official term. It's possible it could have appeared in later chapters of the GX manga that haven't yet been in Shonen Jump (or translated and scanned online), but as of the last English scan I can find (chapter 37), that term has not been used. Cheesedude 03:38, March 27, 2010 (UTC)
- It's not a card or any series of cards. It's really little more than a term for the deck, akin to making an article for "Hopeless Dragon." People don't know "Omni Heroes" because it's just something a extreme few on some random forums call it. Omni-Hero is just referring to the Manga E*Hero Fusions that don't ask for any specific E*Hero or Hero like the other Fusions and just want the Hero and the element. In other words, it's just people waiting for them to keep making a Fusion for each element so they can use Super Fusion to steal monsters and make a Fusion no matter whether or not it will be useful at the time the Fusion is brought out (which is why the build is bad). So long answer short, it's not a card or anything from the manga directly, it's a deck fanname and not a term most people are using for it. Most are just calling them the Manga E*Heroes because that is what they are. ShinobiPhoenix 02:22, April 20, 2010 (UTC)