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It is a place where everything can be found, including every file in the Undertale universe and its innumerable alternate universes, as well as the Doodle Sphere and the Anti-Void. It is a dangerous place that can be traveled to by using AU jumpers, but it is not recommended because travel to the Omni-Void can cause file corruption, glitching, loss of sanity, and even death.
Omni-Void is also home to the omni-void’s winds, which act like black holes but instead of gravity they have wind. Those winds can be manipulated to cause objects to move in different ways and can also change the color of things, causing them to turn red or purple. It can also destroy things and even create portals to other voids.
After leaving Second Coming in the early 2000s, Taft formed Omnivoid with vocalist Patrick Napper, bassist Robot, and drummer Andy Gregg. The band released two EPs titled Combustion and Ignition before splitting up in 2009. Taft went on to form the band Burning Bridges with guitarist Josh Freeman, and later the duo Burning Hands with bassist Daniel Sullivan and drummer Chris Smith. They toured the world with bands such as In Flames, Killswitch Engage, and Disturbed before breaking up in late 2014.