Now that Scorponok's on the Game website, any of you flash diggers think you can fish out his CG art? I think it'd make a good image for the this entry. --Terrocon Blot 08:56, 2 June 2007 (UTC)
- There's more than one of us?
- (I'll see what I can do, they're buried in a resource file somewhere I wasn't able to find...) -Derik 09:26, 2 June 2007 (UTC)
- And apparently I like,d it was the Lunchables site that hid things in resource files- they're right there for the taking on Transformersgame.com. -Derik 09:37, 2 June 2007 (UTC)
I've noticed in one of the latest TV spots that Scorponok is only around 8-10 feet long. Should this be mentioned in the article? ...seeing as how wiki's work by the "truth by consensus" principal.
He appears as a Zord in Power Rangers?
No, somebody put that as joke.
Scorponok - individual character, symbiont or drone?
I just added some details to the trivia sections regarding what parts of Blackout's alternate mode Blackout consists of, and how Jeff Mann described Scorponok as being "birthed" from Blackout. Can we say for sure whether he is a character of his own, rather than being to Blackout what Roller is to G1 Prime?--Nevermore 19:14, 4 January 2008 (UTC)
I personally saw him as more like what the animal-form cassettes are to G1 Soundwave, rather than a simple drone like Roller. --Nightshade83 19:57, 4 January 2008 (UTC)
I have always considered Skorponok as an individual character, though more of an animal than any of the others in the movie. Simply Blackout’s pet, but not a drone of any kind. -- Guest 16:00, 19 February 2008
One thing I'm curious about: One of the documentaries on the second DVD of Transformers states that Scorponok's alternate mode is actually the engine of Blackout's helicopter mode. If so, did Scorponok actually survive, or, given that Blackout dies shortly after transforming from copter to robot, did he die with Blackout when the larger robot was destroyed? --IMAGinES 07:33, 21 March 2008 (UTC)
He's obviously not a symbiont, elseways he would've died when Blackout did. And, as of ROTF, he's still alive (unless Blackout survived as well). He's not much of a drone either. The only logical way we can justify his existance is that he's his own charactor. --TEMPEST! Tempest Talk 8:52, 25 March 2009
- Well he was alive until ROTF until Jetfire introduced the fucker to Mr. Fist.--WarGrowlmon18 02:48, October 16, 2009 (UTC)
Not symbiotic, that much is more likely. I think it's rather something of a partnership, or rather, something more like the relationship of a hunter and his hound. Like Soundwave and Ravage :(His Wrath falls from the Heavens. :Starshade) 12:22, 25 March 2009 (UTC)
Is it possible he could be a member of a species of cybertronian wildlife?--The MAN of Stall 02:54, June 17, 2011 (UTC)
I'm so glad this fucker is dead. He's not worth the screentime after Transformers 1 except to die. Most fanfictions don't even contain him, the only one I could find that found him worthy of that had him get his ass kicked by Lennox, Mikaela and Bumblebee in Sam's body (while Sam beat the hell out of Barricade in Bee's body) which ended with Lennox killing him with a pole through the head after he seriously injured himself with his own tail.--WarGrowlmon18 02:46, October 16, 2009 (UTC)