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This article contains spoilers of important plot details regarding the plotline of OMORI.

STATIC VOID is a hidden location in OMORI. It is a glitchy dimension that showcases the horrific outcome of what happens to any HEADSPACE denizen that stays too long in BLACK SPACE.

GEOGRAPHY

GENERAL

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The STATIC VOID takes on the appearance of large room filled with many BLACK SPACE aesthetics. The outside part of the room features numerous objects from both BLACK SPACE and BLACK SPACE 2.

It can be accessed by having UNIVERSAL REMOTE equipped on OMORI and interacting with the TV next to BATZY in SPROUT MOLE COLONY, only properly available on ONE DAY LEFT of the OMORI ROUTE. It was also originally accessed through a black door that appears in THE DOCKS, though this warp has been removed in current builds of the game.

Some of them include a monochrome-colored watermelon and an dark LIGHT BULB reminiscent of the one from WHITE SPACE. There are also various pinwheels from CLOUD WALKWAY that surround the area's interior. A giant tv screen located at bottom middle of the room is shown flashing a dark, red light. Several play structures from BLACK PLAYGROUND along with a ladder up north are shown as well.

The most notable aspect of this area are the multiple glitching NPCs that change rapidly and rotate endlessly. These ones cannot be interacted with. The only NPC that can be interacted with is YE OLD SPROUT, the tutorial boss encountered during the first visit to BASIL'S HOUSE in VAST FOREST. Talking to YE OLD SPROUT will simply lead him to coldly mention that OMORI killed him.

Other than that, when the screen darkens, all NPCs will stop glitching and transform into one of the SOMETHING variants known as MERCI. Touching any of them will simply warp OMORI out of this area. This can be seen more clearly in the game's data or brightening the screen up.

HIDDEN WARP

Once the screen goes pitch black and the NPCs are transformed into MERCIS, a single hidden door will appear within the upper corner of the map. This door is hard to find due to the darkened screen obscuring the player's view from entering the door. Once OMORI finds and enters the door, he will be brought to the DOCKS, also known as the WATER WALKWAY in the game's data.

Despite the area being originally planned to have multiple doors, this single door left here is most likely an oversight or bug left by the developers themselves. This can be done on an OMORI ROUTE or MIXED ROUTE, as the STATIC VOID is inaccessible on the SUNNY ROUTE.

SCRAPPED WARP

  • There was originally going to be multiple doors that are lined up in a row on the top section of the STATIC VOID interior. This can only be activated if the variable BS_PERMANENT_15 is set to 3.
  • It would've also lead to THE DOCKS. This scrapped warp doesn't appear in the full game, only appearing in a previous build of the game or through debugging. The variable above is also responsible for the glitching NPCs transforming into MERCIS, as well as causing the giant tv to vanish.

CHARACTERS

Note that not all characters are listed here due to the constant sprite glitching of the HEADSPACE NPCs.

GALLERY

TRIVIA

  • The scene of the glitching HEADSPACE NPCs slowly being turned into MERCIS indicates the horrific outcome of those who stay in BLACK SPACE for too long.
    • It also alludes to a comment in a decrypted game file named "dreamworld_extras_blackspace.yaml", "Common SOMETHINGs are Dream World NPCs that have stayed in BLACK SPACE for a long time."
  • In the 2019 build, the glitching NPCs were originally a combination of both HEADSPACE and FARAWAY TOWN NPCs, but in the final game it is only features HEADSPACE NPCs. This can found right here.
    • Additionally, the MERCIS that manifested there were originally intended to be fightable enemies.
  • STATIC VOID shares the same BGM as the MIRROR AREA.

SITE NAVIGATION

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LOCATIONS
HEADSPACE
GENERAL: WHITE SPACE  •  NEIGHBOR'S ROOM  •  NORTH LAKE  •  BLACK SPACE  •  NEIGHBOR'S BEDROOM  •  SNOWGLOBE MOUNTAIN  •  THE ABYSS  •  CLUB SANDWICH  •  BORING ROOM
VAST FOREST: FOREST PLAYGROUND  •  TRAIN STATION  •  PINWHEEL FOREST  •  BASIL'S HOUSE
OTHERWORLD: OTHERWORLD CAMPSITE  •  OTHERWORLD OUTSKIRTS  •  SPACE BOYFRIEND'S HOUSE  •  CATTAIL FIELD  •  SPROUT MOLE COLONY  •  FROZEN LAKE  •  JUNKYARD
ORANGE OASIS: DINO'S DIG  •  OASIS INTERIORS  •  ORANGE JOE'S HOUSE  •  RELL'S HOUSE  •  PALMIE'S HOUSE  •  DONUT HOUSE  •  RAIN TOWN  •  BREAVEN
PYREFLY FOREST: SPROUT MOLE VILLAGE  •  SWEETHEART'S CASTLE  •  LOST FOREST  •  LOST LIBRARY  •  THE DUNGEON
UNDERWATER: LAST RESORT  •  GHOST PARTY  •  DEEPER WELL  •  HUMPHREY  •  BOSS RUSH
FARAWAY
FARAWAY: PARK  •  PLAZA  •  HANGOUT SPOT  •  OTHERMART  •  HOBBEEZ  •  GINO'S  •  FIX-IT  •  CHURCH  •  CEMETERY  •  RECYCULTIST'S HQ  •  TREEHOUSE  •  HOSPITAL
UPPER HOUSES: SUNNY'S HOUSE  •  KEL'S HOUSE  •  CRIS'S HOUSE  •  MIKHAEL'S HOUSE  •  PRINCIPAL'S HOUSE  •  KIM'S HOUSE  •  THICK EYEBROWS' HOUSE  •  CHARLENE'S HOUSE
LOWER HOUSES: GRUFF GUY'S HOUSE  •  COUPLE'S HOUSE  •  CLUMSY GUY'S HOUSE  •  AUBREY'S HOUSE  •  BASIL'S HOUSE (FARAWAY)  •  WRINKLY FOREHEAD'S HOUSE  •  FASHIONABLE MOM'S HOUSE  •  ARTIST'S HOUSE
MEMORY: BASIL'S MEADOW  •  MEMORY LANE  •  BACKSTAGE
BLACK SPACE
BLACK SPACE: PAIN AREA  •  DISCO AREA  •  SCRIBBLE AREA  •  TOWN AREA  •  BACKYARD AREA  •  PUNISHMENT AREA  •  WATERMELON AREA  •  BEACH AREA  •  SPIDER AREA  •  RAIN AREA  •  FACELESS AREA  •  TREEHOUSE AREA  •  FISHBOWL AREA  •  RAFT AREA  •  MIRROR AREA  •  BED AREA  •  REEF AREA  •  NEIGHBOR AREA  •  CHURCH OF SOMETHING  •  RED SPACE
BLACK SPACE 2: BLACK FOREST 1  •  THE DOCKS  •  BLACK FOREST 2  •  WEATHERVANE AREA  •  CLOUD WALKWAY
FURTHER BLACK SPACE: STATIC VOID  •  LOST AT SEA  •  RED MAZE  •  CORRUPTED JUNKYARD  •  MARI IS HOME  •  RED ROOM
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