Omegaverse is an alternate universe where humans possess animals-like secondary genders that are – alpha, beta, and omega. The secondary trails started showing at the age of twelve.
Alphas: Alphas are dominant individuals, the top on the ladder, held a significant place in the hierarchy due to their exceptional physical strength, assertiveness and high mental attribute, making 5 percent of the population. They often occupy leadership roles in society. They are very protective of what's theirs and can be highly aggressive. Alphas have many things that differentiate them from the other types, ranging from physical characteristics, psychological attributes, and physiology. Alpha usually have a strong musky scent. This scent can help in showing of the domination as well as can induce heats in omega or arouse them.
Betas: Betas, the vast majority at 94 percent of the total population, are the ordinary individuals, the backbone of their society. Their gland produce a very weak scent,but not as heavily as alphas or omegas.
Omegas: Omegas, the rare 1 percent, were the elusive unicorns, capturing the fascination and attention of everyone around. They are always on top during reproduction because they can become pregnant regardless of their biological sex where male omegas being an exceptionally rare occurrence at 1 in 100,000 births. A key characteristic of omegas is their heats, a periods of heightened sexual arousal when their scent glands are most potent and can get pregnant. Heats serve the purpose of attracting a suitable mate for reproduction.
Pheromones is the scent produced by gland. Each secondary gender, particularly alphas and omegas, possesses unique pheromones, contributing to the complexity of their social interactions. Alphas wield their pheromones as a potent tool for both domination and arousal. Their scents, often characterized by a robust musky aroma can assert dominance over betas and omegas. Moreover, alphas strategically use their pheromones to evoke arousal in potential mates and establish their authority within the social hierarchy. On the other hand, omegas emit pheromones that are not inherently threatening. They produce a very sweet smell which are designed to arouse alphas and aid in the process of finding suitable mates during their heats. The non-threatening nature of omega pheromones contrasts with the assertive dominance exhibited by alphas.
Mating Cycles: Omegas experience a heat cycle, during which they become fertile and seek an alpha as a mate. Alphas, in turn, undergo a rut, a heightened state of arousal that drives them to seek a mate. Alpha and omega start their mating cycle after they turned sixteen.
Mating and Bonding: Mating often involves a complex ritual, and a bond forms between the alpha and omega. This bond is significant, representing a deep connection and often having emotional and physical effects on both parties.