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Scorponok

Boxed

Star Seeker

Function: Heavy Lifter

 



Modes

 

Parts

Guns (L and R)
Missile (x2)
Olin Zarak

 

Tech Spec

"Kindness is no virtue... and cruelty no vice in the quest for power!"

A downsized version of the monstrosity created by the fusion of Cybertronian and Nebulan science, Scorponok is still as ruthless as ever. Moreover, giving up his enormous "city" form has made Scorponok much more energy efficient and given him greater maneuverability and speed.

Scorponok can convert from robot to jet to heavy equipment loader that resembles his original beastly form. He has retained the 100,000 volt electric tail stinger and claw mounted twin pulse blasters but has lost much of the other abilities from his "city" form. Scorponok longs to reclaim the power and influence he once had and resents being forced to serve alongside the collection of "fools and thugs" that makes up Pirate Cannonball's crew. He relishes the opportunity to inflict pain on any lifeform, given the opportunity.

Strength
Intelligence
Speed
Endurance
Rank
Courage
Fireblast
Skill
9
9
9
9
7
9
7
8

 

Variations

There are no known variations of this figure.

 

Notes

Availability: This figure was available exclusively at Botcon 2014 with Botcon 2014 Ferak (2014), Botcon 2014 Cannonball (2014), Botcon 2014 Devcon (2014) and Botcon 2014 Ginrai (2014) in 2014.

Additional Versions of Scorponok:

Scorponok
(1987)
Black Zarak
(1988, Japan)
Recolors: This mold was never recolored.

Remolds: This figure was remolded from Energon Scorponok (2004), Dark Scorponok (2005), and Botcon 2010 Double Punch (2010).

Olin Zarak was remolded from Spike (1987), Gran (1988, Japan) and Robots In Disguise Cerebros (2000, Japan).

Name Reuses: The name Scorponok was reassigned to Beast Wars Scorponok (1996-1998), Energon Scorponok (2004-2006), Movie Scorponok (2007-2011), Kreon Scorponok (2012), and Robots In Disguise (2015) Scorponok (2016).

The name Olin Zarak was modified and reassigned from Zarak (1987), Black Zarak (1988-2002, Japan) and Megazarak (2004).