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Scorponok is the name shared by several fictional characters in the various Transformers universes. Transformers are fictional alien robots and the titular characters of a popular[1] Hasbro toy line and its spin-offs. ...

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Transformers: Generation 1 (1987)

Transformers character

Scorponok
Scorponok
Affiliation Decepticon
Sub-Group Headmasters
Function Headmaster Leader
Partner Lord Zarak
Motto "Kindness is no virtue ... and cruelty is no vice."
Alternate Modes Mechanical scorpion/city
Series Transformers: Generation 1
English voice actor Stephen Keener (Scorponok), Stan Jones (Lord Zarak)
Japanese voice actor Banjō Ginga

When Scorponok passes by, all that will be left by the time he is gone are destruction and misery - no class of citizen is safe from his venomous wrath, as he takes pleasure in inflicting suffering upon any and all that he can. As leader of the Decepticon Headmasters, Scorponok is binary-bonded to Lord Zarak, the leader of the evil Nebulons, and wields an anti-gravity gun in robot mode. A Triple Changer, Scorponok's primary alternate mode is that of a giant scorpion, with claws that can crush mountains and a tail that fires deadly electric blasts. His third mode is a defense base, outfitted with assorted tracking and communication equipment, repair and constructicon bays, as well as copious amounts of weaponry. His base mode is patrolled by Fasttrack, a partially-autonomous armoured vehicle that can transform into a robot mode armed with twin photon cannons. Transformers are fictional alien robots and the titular characters of a popular[1] Hasbro toy line and its spin-offs. ... Image File history File links Size of this preview: 381 × 599 pixel Image in higher resolution (672 × 1056 pixel, file size: 247 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg) Scorponok box art by Hasbro. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Stan Jones is an actor. ... Banjo Ginga, 2006. ... Headmasters are a sub-group of characters from the Transformers meta-series, distinguished by their ability to detach their heads when transforming into their alternate modes, with the heads then transforming themselves into a humanoid form. ... Triple Changers (Tripletrons in Japan) are Transformers that can transform from robot into two different vehicles. ...


Scorponok is the second-largest toy from the original Transformers toyline, slightly taller than Trypticon, and second only to his opposite number, Fortress Maximus. Originally, his Tech Spec statistics were printed upside down, resulting in a grossly inaccurate representation of his abilities (suggesting, for example, that his Strength was merely 3). Later production runs of the toy bore modified statistics - though they were again incorrect as they were consistently two points lower than those revealed by plugging Lord Zarak into the chest meter. (This may be due to the blue line of the tech specs card being printed in yet another inverted form -- mirrored, as opposed to upside down.) Trypticon (Dinozaurer in Japan) is a fictional character in the Transformers toyline. ... Fortress Maximus Fortress Maximus is a fictional character from several of the Transformers series. ...


Animated series

Lord Zarak
Lord Zarak

In the English cartoon, Scorponok and Lord Zarak only appeared in the three-parter, "The Rebirth", comprising the entirety of the show's fourth season and concluding the American run of the original cartoon era. Image File history File links This is a screenshot of a copyrighted website, video game graphic, computer program graphic, television broadcast, or film. ... Image File history File links This is a screenshot of a copyrighted website, video game graphic, computer program graphic, television broadcast, or film. ...


Lord Zarak was the supreme leader of the Hive, an evil dictatorship that ruled the planet of Nebulos and saw the populace as their slaves. Each of the eleven Hive members possessed telepathic/telekinetic control over machines, which they controlled worldwide to subjugate the Nebulans, moving to a subterranean city as their powers developed. But as the strength of their minds grew, the Hive's bodies withered away and became useless, to the extent that some members of the group apparently no longer even possess organic forms, only robotic shells which house their brains. Zarak himself retains his body, but despite his muscular build, may be parapalegic (he is never seen walking without his Headmaster suit) and possibly blind in one eye (one eye is always drawn either shut or solid white). The Hive are fictional characters in the original Transformers cartoon series. ... Nebulon, also known as Nebulos, is a planet in the fictional Transformers Universes. ...


With the arrival of the Transformers to Nebulos, and the fusion of a group of Autobots and Nebulan rebels into Headmasters, Zarak masterminded a scheme to duplicate the process with Decepticons. Unable to control the Decepticons directly with their mental powers, the Hive were able to subdue them with their own machines and force them into the scheme, striking a deal to create both Headmasters and Targetmasters. With his fellow Hive members binary bonded to the Decepticons, Zarak then turned his attention to himself, reconstructing the Hive's entire subterranean city into a giant Transformer, Scorponok, to which he then bonded himself as Headmaster partner. Scorponok emerged in the midst of a battle between the Autobots and Decepticons, capturing Arcee, who was currently holding the key to the Plasma Energy Chamber, and departing for Cybertron with the Decepticons on board. They key was subsequently used by Galvatron to open the Plasma Energy Chamber while Scorponok transformed to his robot mode and battled with Fortress Maximus. Escaping into space with the Decepticons aboard as the chamber opened, Scorponok was struck by a tendril of plasma energy, and sent hurtling off into the depths of space. In the end, it became clear that Zarak had intended to take leadership of the Decepticons for himself, though the series ended just as this was hinted at. Targetmaster is a subline of the Transformers toyline that include Nebulan sidekicks who can transform into the Transformers weapons. ... Arcee is the name of several fictional characters in the Transformers universe. ... The Plasma Energy Chamber features in the fictional Transformers: Generation One universe. ... Cybertron from the original cartoon series Cybertron is the home world of the Autobots and Decepticons in the assorted stories in the fictional Transformers universes. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Fortress Maximus Fortress Maximus is a fictional character from several of the Transformers series. ...


Zarak's voice is supplied by Stan Jones. Scorponok speaks only one line of dialogue - "Autobots! Die!" - provided by Stephen Keener. Stan Jones is an actor. ...


Transformers: Headmasters

City mode
City mode

Whereas in the US, "The Rebirth" concluded the cartoon series, in Japan, it was decided to continue producing new episodes. To that end, the events of "The Rebirth" were disregarded, and a new series, titled Transformers: The Headmasters was created, following on one year after the end of the show's third season. In Japan, the Headmaster process is different to that in the US fiction - here, there are no Nebulons, and there is only one mind involved. The Headmasters are small robots who connect to larger, lifeless bodies called Transtectors. Here, Zarak (known as Scorponok in Japan) is one such robot. In Transformers: The Headmasters, Zarak's (small) body more closely resembles his toy form than the art style of his U.S. and Marvel Comics counterparts. Image File history File links This is a screenshot of a copyrighted website, video game graphic, computer program graphic, television broadcast, or film. ... Image File history File links This is a screenshot of a copyrighted website, video game graphic, computer program graphic, television broadcast, or film. ...


Having fled Cybertron with many fellow Transformers under the command of Fortress during the Autobot/Decepticon war, Zarak was among the Cybertronians who settled on the harsh world of Planet Master. The brutal environments of the world necessitated that the Transformers construct new, stronger bodies for themselves in order to survive, connecting to them as heads. The process was accomplished, but several of the resultant "Headmasters" chafed under Fortress's leadership, and sided with Zarak against him. Eventually, however, they were defeated and forced off the planet.


In 2011, Zarak made contact with Galvatron, the current Decepticon leader, and he and his Headmaster minions joined him in their new attack on Cybertron. Appearing only in shadow for quite some time, Scorponok schemed to take leadership of the Decepticons for himself. When Galvatron led a raid on Cybertron acquire the new super-alloy, Cybertonuron, Zarak - fearful of the power Galvatron could acquire with it, and tired of the disrespect heaped upon him by Galvatron - lured Galvatron to the core of Cybertrons, where a bomb his forces had previously planted was detonated, destroying the much of the planet and apparently killing Galvatron. This article does not cite any references or sources. ...

Zarak/Scorponok, as seen in Headmasters

Zarak subsequently took command of the Decepticons, lying and claiming that he knew where Galvatron was, and that he had been appointed to lead. Zarak then had the Decepticons acquire an Earth satellite, the Solar One, which could harness solar energy, and used it to direct the sun's energy to a small world he had enslaved in a dark nebula off in space, where he was having a massive Transtector constructed for himself. With the Transtector now powered up by the solar energy, Zarak initiated a plan of his own, scheming to blow up Mars and harness the plasma energy released. To stop the Autobots, Zarak boarded his Transtector and travelled to Mars, where combined with it to battle Fortress Maximus, proclaiming that he was no longer Zarak - now, he was Scorponok (renamed MegaZarak in Japan). - Scorponok's leadership was cut short before it even began, however, as Galvatron returned during his coronation ceremony and reclaimed his throne, relegating Scorponok to an insulting status, using him simply as transport from planet to planet as the Decepticons ransacked numerous worlds for their energy. Upon return to Earth, however, Galvatron was deactivated and buried in the Arctic battling the Autobot Headmasters, allowing Scorponok to seize power once more. To combat the power of Fortress Maximus's Master Sword, Scorponok led an attack on Planet Master, where he acquired the powerful G-Metal and constructed the Zarak Shield to counter the Master Sword. Returning to Earth once more, Scorponok put his plan to destroy the planet into motion. Operating out of the lost continent of Lemuria, Scorponok raised towers composed of the city's powerful "Crysmag" metal all across the world, which began to tear the planet apart, channelling the plasma energy into an orbiting satellite, which directed it into Scorponok's Transtector. In a final battle at the North Pole, Fortress Maximus was energised by the power of all his fellow Autobots, and cleaved Scorponok's Transtector in half (after which it exploded), stopping the process and saving the planet. Image File history File links This is a screenshot of a copyrighted website, video game graphic, computer program graphic, television broadcast, or film. ... Image File history File links This is a screenshot of a copyrighted website, video game graphic, computer program graphic, television broadcast, or film. ... Lemuria is the name of a hypothetical lost land variously located in the Indian and Pacific Oceans. ...


Transformers: Super-God Masterforce

Black Zarak
Black Zarak

Japan followed up Headmasters with another exclusive series the following year, titled Transformers: Super-God Masterforce, which featured a character named Black Zarak, whose toy was a remoulded, repainted Scorponok, with a new head/helmet and "Tyrant Spear" accessory as large as the figure itself. The toy itself is of note among collectors due to its nature as a Japanese exclusive and often sells for double the price of the original Scorponok. Unlike the original figure, however, the Headmaster toy component does not need to be attached as the helmet has a face of its own. However, the toy features a heavy downside - the gold plastic parts (the dual guns, the gun shield, the shield/tower, the feet, the Headmaster component (Zarak/Scorponok) and Guardminder, BlackZarak's version of Fasttrack) are very brittle, and can break from even the slightest handling. Image File history File links This is a screenshot of a copyrighted website, video game graphic, computer program graphic, television broadcast, or film. ... Image File history File links This is a screenshot of a copyrighted website, video game graphic, computer program graphic, television broadcast, or film. ...


Although not explained in the main 42 episodes of the animated series itself, Black Zarak was revealed to actually be Scorponok in an additional clip episode, produced after the end of the series. After the destruction of his original Transtector by Fortress Maximus, Zarak had a new body constructed for himself - smaller in size than his original (although it was still much larger then most of the other transformers in that series), but stronger and with super-dense armour - but before being able to connect with it, he was captured and brainwashed by the evil energy entity and self-styled "Decepticon God", Devil Z, putting him under his control. He was then dispatched back into outer space, to join the Decepticon forces warring with the Autobots further off in the galaxy. When the smaller, Earth-based Autobot/Decepticon conflict began to escalate Black Zarak was summoned to Earth by Devil Z to join his forces there. The Autobot, Grand Maximus, reached the planet ahead of him, in order to warn Earth's Autobots of his approach. Black Zarak soon arrived on Earth's moon for a rendezvous with Overlord, and a battle erupted as they were attacked by God Ginrai and Grand Maximus. The battle was hard fought, but God Ginrai succeeded in decapitating Black Zarak, only for the still-functioning villain to flee back into space. Devil Z Devil Z (pronounced Zed)(Deviru-Zeto, Japanized) is the fictional antagonist in Transformers: Super-God Masterforce, one of the Transformers animated series, released exclusively in Japan in 1988. ... Overlord is a fictional character from the animated series Transformers: Super-God Masterforce and its accompanying toyline, initially exclusive to Japan. ... Ginrai, occasionally spelled Jinrai and also known as both Super Ginrai and God Ginrai, and later rebuilt as Victory Leo, is a fictional character from the animated series Transformers: Super-God Masterforce and its toy line, one of the Transformers series exclusive to Japan. ...

Black Zarak in scorpion mode
Black Zarak in scorpion mode

During this period in space, Black Zarak mastered localised gravity manipulation, gaining the power to create black holes that he could use to transport himself great distances - and of course, his first stop was Earth. After the Autobots countered a series of Black Zarak's attacks on cities across the globe, including a space-based attack using the mighty ozone-depleting weapon, the Death-Para Machine, they located and invaded the Decepticon base, prompting Devil Z to take the next step to enhance his and Black Zarak's abilities; by fusing together with him. The Devil Z/Black Zarak hybrid blew up the Decepticon base in a failed attempted to destroy the Autobots, and led the Decepticons' renewed attacks on the Earth with his mighty "Devil Thunder" power, seeking to wipe out humanity, fearful of the unpredictable power of their strength and spirit. Overlord, however, acknowledged and celebrated this power - at least within himself - and for that, Black Zarak turned upon him, prompting God Ginrai to rescue him from the monster's clutches. In God Ginrai's final battle with Black Zarak, he again decapitated the villain, only to have him reveal a new transformation, assuming the form of a two-headed hydra. With his God Fire Guts attack, God Ginrai successfully destroyed BlackZarak, and then, infused with the additional power of Shuta, Cab and Minerva, performed the Final Fire Guts technique to destroy Devil Z, forcing the surviving Decepticons to flee the planet. Image File history File links Bz_scorpion. ... Image File history File links Bz_scorpion. ... This article is about the astronomical body. ... The 16th-century German illustrator has been influenced by the Beast of Revelation in his depiction of the Hydra. ...


Although the toy includes Zarak as a Headmaster, Black Zarak is not a Headmaster in the series itself, proving the fact by being decapitated and continuing to function on two occasions. The companion manga in TV Magazine provides the answer to this mystery - Zarak does not "Head On" with his Black Zarak body, but is, in actuality, fully integrated as part of it within the chest compartment.


Transformers: Zone

Through the power of Zone Energy, Black Zarak was later resurrected by the mysterious insectoid being called Violenjiger in 1990s Transformers: Zone along with eight other great Decepticon generals(the others being Devastator, Menasor, Bruticus, Predaking, King Poseidon, Trypticon, Overlord and Abominus). They were dispatched by the alien Violenjiger to harvest Zone Energy. They were defeated by Dai Atlas. The Constructicons toy packaging art The Constructicons (known as Buildrons in Japan, Constructicans in France and Escavators in Italy) are a group of fictional characters from the Transformers universe. ... The Stunticons are a group of Decepticons feared for their psychotic behavior that have the capability to do death-defying vehicular stunts and wreak havoc on the streets. ... The Combaticons toy packaging art The Combaticons (known as the Combatrons in Japan) are a group of Decepticon military vehicles in the assorted fictional universes of the Transformers. ... The Predacons are one of the many factions in the fictional Transformers Universes. ... This article is about the Transformers characters the Seacons. ... Trypticon (Dinozaurer in Japan) is a fictional character in the Transformers toyline. ... Overlord is a fictional character from the animated series Transformers: Super-God Masterforce and its accompanying toyline, initially exclusive to Japan. ... The name Terrorcons refers to several different groups in the Transformers toyline. ... Dai Atlas is the leader of the Autobots (Cybertrons in Japan) in the series Transformers: Zone, which was cancelled after one episode. ...


Marvel Comics

In the U.S. Marvel Comics comics, Scorponok first appeared in the four-issue Headmasters mini-series, which introduced the new breed of warrior to the Transformers universe. Here, Scorponok was leader of a troop of Decepticons who were summoned to the planet Nebulos by one of its corrupt politicians, Lord Zarak, who was intent on removing Fortress Maximus and the other Autobots who had previously settled on the planet. Maximus and his crew had already binary bonded with a group of heroic Nebulans, and were able to easily best Scorponok's fiercest troops. Zarak, held captive by Scorponok, took the opportunity to convince Scorponok to duplicate the process with Zarak and his followers. Consequently, the Decepticons were able to capture the Autobot Headmasters, but Zarak began to feel the merciless, robotic instincts of Scorponok taking over his mind, and in one last act of humanity, released the Autobots, tipping them off about an Autobot distress signal on Earth. After the Autobots escaped and left Nebulos, Scorponok and his crew followed the Autobots to renew their battle. Arriving on Earth, Scorponok battled Fortress Maximus within Mount St. Hillary, and succeeded in killing his Nebulon partner, Galen, only to have human Spike Witwicky take up his control helmet and use Maximus to repel him. Scorponok later employed a group of human mercenaries named the Roadjammers to capture Autobots for him. Marvel Comics is an American comic book line published by Marvel Publishing, Inc. ... This article is about Earth as a planet. ... ... The Witwicky family members are fictional characters from the original Generation One Transformers universes, and are the closest human allies of the Autobots. ...


Across the Atlantic, the UK's own Transformers comic had been methodically reprinting the US issues, interspliced with their own original material. In these original stories around this time, Scorponok battled the Autobot Headmaster, Highbrow, and attempted to have Mindwipe hypnotise him, only for Highbrow's Nebulan partner, Gort, to break the trance, and forcibly tear Scorponok's head from his shoulders. Highbrow kept possession of the comatose head until Scorponok's forces attacked the The Ark, recovering it and reactivating their leader - although Scorponok did not get his chance for revenge, as he then participated in the Time Wars alongside Autobots and Decepticons of both present and future against the twin forces of Megatron and Galvatron, being bested by Galvatron in physical combat and then used as a living shield against Ultra Magnus' fire. The Atlantic Ocean is Earths second-largest ocean, covering approximately one_fifth of its surface. ... The Ark after it crashed to Earth The Ark is an Autobot spacecraft in the fictional Transformers Universe. ... This article or section contains a plot summary that is overly long or excessively detailed. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Ultra Magnus is the name of several fictional characters characters from the various Transformers universes. ...


Scorponok was then summoned to the Arctic Circle by Starscream, in order to consolidate his forces with those of the Decepticons' current Earth commander, Ratbat. Discovering that Ratbat sought the power of the Underbase, Scorponok and his warriors wound up battling the Earth-based Decepticons, and then the Autobots - just as Starscream had planned, keeping them and the Autobots occupied long enough for him to acquire the Underbase's power for himself. Scorponok and Ratbat's forces worked with the Autobots in order to stop him, but, thinking that Optimus Prime sought the Underbase for his own, returned to the Ark, where Scorponok killed Ratbat to prevent him from obtaining the power and attempting to take the Underbase himself. Scorponok was stopped in this endeavour by Prime, who proved how dangerous its powers were by tricking Starscream into absorbing the full power of the Underbase, destroying him. Starscream is a Decepticon (or sometimes Predacon) in the various fictional Transformers universes. ... Ratbat is a Decepticon character in the fictional Transformers series. ... The Underbase was a fictional object in the Marvel Transformers comics. ... This article or section contains a plot summary that is overly long or excessively detailed. ...


Establishing a base in the New Jersey swamps, Scorponok - now the Decepticons' Earth commander - soon found himself confronted by disharmony amongst his warriors. Repeated failures had taken a heavy toll on Decepticon morale and the recruitment of a resurrected Starscream, who only months earlier had decimated their ranks, seemed to be the final straw. This malcontent culminated in Shockwave's poaching of a small splinter group of misfit Decepticons. However, Scorponok's (remaining) troops' faith was soon temporarily restored. After the apparent loss of the Creation Matrix, Optimus Prime surrendered his Autobot charges in a desperate attempt to unite the Transformers race against Unicron. Suddenly, Decepticon morale was high once again. Yet Prime's daring truce was delayed from fruition, thanks to the splinter faction's assault on the New Jersey base. With Scorponok and Shockwave slugging it out in New York, their forces on the cusp of a Decepticon Civil War and the dissolution of a fledgling Autobot alliance looming, all notions of surrender, dissent and political in-fighting were suddenly rendered moot - as Primus spirited the Earth-bound Transformers to Cybertron. Shockwave (Laserwave in Japan) is the name of several fictional characters in the various Transformers universes, usually belonging to the Decepticons. ... Unicron is a fictional character from the Transformers universes and toyline. ... New York, New York and NYC redirect here. ... Primus is the benevolent godlike entity in the fictional Transformers comic universe who fought against the Chaos-Bringer Unicron. ...


By this stage Zarak's mind had irrevocably over-written Scorponok's, leaving the Nebulan in the midst of an ancient, alien war between giant robots whilst still harboring his own humanoid frailties. Although arguably without such a superimposition Prime would never have attempted his surrender gambit. Even so, on the eve of the impending battle, concerns for his mortality were very much at the fore-front of Scorponok's mind, such as it had become. Finding an empathetic voice in Prime, they fought disciples of Unicron together, and as a sign of the continuing reassertion of his morality, Scorponok showed mercy to one of their number. The planet-sized behemoth, Unicron, then arrived in Cybertron's orbit to wage his assault. Scorponok briefly rallied the Decepticons to attack Unicron, but after seeing his new-found comrade Prime fall by the way-side, he found himself once again wracked with self-doubt.

Scorponok's final moments in Marvel Comics

With his injured Autobot counterpart urging him to assume command and scores of Transformers meeting their deaths on the battlefield, Scorponok, or rather Zarak, froze. In a burst of indignant rage at his own weakness, he flung himself headlong into the fray, flailing his claws against Unicron's feet. Annoyed, the monster spewed a stream of conflagration from his mouth for the nominal damage wrought against him, reducing the Decepticon to a puddle of slag. Kneeling by his side as Scorponok spluttered and faded, Optimus Prime offered a small token of redemption to the dying warrior in his final moments, by confirming that he had indeed, at last, "done good". Image File history File links Size of this preview: 800 × 346 pixelsFull resolution (891 × 385 pixel, file size: 236 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg) Scorponoks Death in Marvel Comics. ... Image File history File links Size of this preview: 800 × 346 pixelsFull resolution (891 × 385 pixel, file size: 236 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg) Scorponoks Death in Marvel Comics. ...


While that would be the last the US comics saw of Scorponok, he put in one final appearance in the UK comics. In a possible future (told from the perspective of an aged Rodimus Prime) Scorponok battled against Shockwave and Megatron for leadership of the Decepticons. Losing, and attacked by the Micromaster Air Strike Patrol, Scorponok surrendered to Hot Rod - only to manipulate him and his comrades into defending a human settlement from the Decepticons while he escaped. This would be his last appearance in the Marvel timeline. (Marvel U.K. #223) Rodimus Prime (Rodimus Convoy in Japan, Rodimus Primo in France, and Captain in Italy) is a fictional character from the Transformers universe. ... Shockwave (Laserwave in Japan) is the name of several fictional characters in the various Transformers universes, usually belonging to the Decepticons. ... This article or section contains a plot summary that is overly long or excessively detailed. ... Micromasters is a Transformers subline composed of small figures that came packaged in groups and with bases that interacted with the figures. ... The Air Strike Patrol are a team of four Decepticon Micromasters in the Transformers universes. ... Hot Rod (Hot Rodimus in Japan) is a character from The Transformers. ...


Dreamwave Productions

Scorponok in Dreamwave comics
Scorponok in Dreamwave comics

When civil war broke out on the planet Cybertron between the Autobots and Decepticons, Scorponok joined up with the Decepticons under Megatron. A powerful warrior and leader among the troops, he quickly rose in rank among Decepticon forces. In homage to his original Marvel portrayal, his Dreamwave tech spec indicated he was a formidable warrior, but with a keen sense of honor. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ...


Just before the Great Shutdown, Scorponok was one of the leaders of the Decepticons, under Shockwave.


IDW Publishing

Scorponok made his first IDW Publishing appearance in the Spotlight issue on Ultra Magnus. A Decepticon with a reputation for completely disregarding what few rules govern the Autobot/Decepticon war, Scorponok was well known for offering Cybertronian technology to races in return for completing his own unscrupulous projects. His latest project took him to Nebulos, where he struck a deal with local business leader Zarak to upgrade Nebulans with Transformer technology for an unknown reason. However, Scorponok was tracked down by Autobot law enforcement officer Ultra Magnus and the two battled. A shot from Scorponok's scorpion mode seemingly inadvertently killed Zarak, and Magnus shot Scorponok in the head. The Decepticon escaped badly injured. It is not known if he will appear again. It is interesting to note that both Zarak's and Scorponok's appearances greatly resemble their appearance in "The Rebirth". Magnus' schematics indicate that Scorponok's previous alternate mode was a tracked Cybertronian tank. IDW Publishing (a division of Idea and Design Works) is an American comic book company. ... Ultra Magnus is the name of several fictional characters characters from the various Transformers universes. ... Ultra Magnus is the name of several fictional characters characters from the various Transformers universes. ...


Toys

  • Generation 1 Double Punch
Though no character named Scorponok appeared in the Action Master sub-line, there was an "Action Master Elite" figure released in the U.K., named Double Punch, which looked like a Actionmaster-sized version of Black Zarak. The four Action Master Elite figures released in Europe were all originally designed to resemble previous figures from the original toy line, but they later changed them all to being original characters. Double Punch was supposed to be Scorponok.


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Beast Wars (1996)

Transformers character

The Predacon Scorponok
Scorponok
Affiliation Predacon
Sub-Group Mega Beasts
Transmetals
Function Desert Attack Commander
Partner Cyber Bee Drone
Alternate Modes Scorpion
Series Beast Wars
English voice actor Don Brown
Japanese voice actor Masashi Endô


Scorponok was one of the original members of Megatron's Darkside crew who stole the Golden Disk artifact from the Cybertron archives in Beast Wars. Transformers are fictional alien robots and the titular characters of a popular[1] Hasbro toy line and its spin-offs. ... Image File history File links Tsscorponokii. ... The Predacons are one of the many factions in the fictional Transformers Universes. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Donald Don Brown is one of the many Canadian voice talents operating out of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. ... Megatron is a fictional character, and the main antagonist, from the Beast Wars and Beast Machines animated series and toy lines, part of the Transformers multiverse. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... Megatron, as he appeared pre-Beast Wars in Dreamwave comics, stealing the Golden Disk. ... Cybertron from the original cartoon series Cybertron is the home world of the Autobots and Decepticons in the assorted stories in the fictional Transformers universes. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ...


Transformers: Timelines

The Predacon General now known as Megatron gathered a crew of like-minded individuals. While Waspinator and Terrorsaur stole a ship, Megatron, Dinobot and Scorponok stole the Golden Disk, battling the guards and destroying one, disabling a second, and leaving a third to commandeer a ship to pursue them. Picked up by their ship, they fled and were pursued by two ships - one of which was the Axalon commanded by Optimus Primal, the other the Chromia 10. With a little help from Laserbeak and Buzzsaw (secretly sent by Divebomb to ensure Megatron's plan to change history succeeded) they destroyed one of their pursuers, and the newly christened Darkside fled into transwarp space, with the Axalon in pursuit - thus beginning the Beast Wars. Megatron is a fictional character, and the main antagonist, from the Beast Wars and Beast Machines animated series and toy lines, part of the Transformers multiverse. ... Waspinator is the name of a fictional character from the various Transformers universes. ... Terrorsaur is the name of several fictional characters from the world of Transformers universes. ... Dinobot is a Transformer from the fictional Beast Wars Transformers universe. ... Megatron, as he appeared pre-Beast Wars in Dreamwave comics, stealing the Golden Disk. ... Tigatron Tigatron is a Transformer character from Beast Wars. ... Beast Wars The Axalon (foreground) and Darkside (background) before crashing on prehistoric Earth. ... Optimus Primal (Convoy, later Beast Convoy to differentiate him from the original Convoy, Blackjack in some European markets) is a fictional character from the Transformers toyline, and the leader of the Maximal forces and the main protagonist in the Beast Wars television series. ... Laserbeak is the name given to four fictional characters in the various Transformers universes. ... Buzzsaw is the name of several characters in the fictional Transformers Universes. ... Divebomb is the name of several characters in the in the Transformers series. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ...


Scorponok's pre-Beast Wars mode seems to be based on Cybertron Dark Scorponok, but no actual toy was created for this character.


Season 1

Scorponok was promoted to second-in-command of the Predacons after forcibly ejecting Dinobot from the group, and acted as Megatron's right hand in the first series of Beast Wars. To survive on the Energon-filled planet, he scanned a scorpion as his beast mode. In robot mode, one of Scorponok's claws houses a small drone Transformer called the Cyber Bee Drone. Scorponok had a strangely dichotomous personality, being presented as a scientist and inventor, coming up with the Predacons' numerous Cyber-viruses and guessing (correctly) that they would open the Vok ship where sheer firepower had failed, and a tactical genius in his own right, but also often as quite stupid (even speaking in grunting, clipped improper dialogue several times - "Megatron back, Megatron back!"). However, most of his apparent stupidity stems from others (fans and transformers) mistaking loyalty for stupidity, and his legendary incompetence, as he usually overlooked some aspect in his plans. In this respect he was a bit of an "absent-minded inventor." Still, Terrorsaur and Tarantulas often played him for a fool in their devious schemes. Likewise, most of the other Predacons rarely listened to him, even when he tried to exert his authority as second-in-command. This article is about the evil factions of Beast Wars and Transformers: Robots in Disguise known as Predacons and the Armada character of the same name. ... Dinobot is a Transformer from the fictional Beast Wars Transformers universe. ... Megatron is a fictional character, and the main antagonist, from the Beast Wars and Beast Machines animated series and toy lines, part of the Transformers multiverse. ... In Transformers history, the Vok were mysterious and powerful aliens who had evolved beyond the corporeal world. ... Terrorsaur is the name of several fictional characters from the world of Transformers universes. ... Tarantulas (pronounced TER-ANT-CHEW-LUSS in the series) is a Predacon in the Beast Wars series. ...


Throughout the series, Scorponok's faith in Megatron was unmatched, almost to the extent of looking up to him. Sadly this was never reciprocated, and Megatron treated Scorponok as disposable along with the rest of his minions. The closest he ever came to an outright victory was in the episode "Dark Voyage", where he and Waspinator set an ambush for the Maximals using a missile that could set off Energon deposits, seemingly destroying them. However, he had merely blinded them, and they escaped during the explosion. The two hapless Predacons attempted to hunt them down along with Terrorsaur, but were thwarted by the Maximals using their other senses to fight back, handing Scorponok another humiliation. After this, he developed a rivalry with the fanatically loyal Inferno after the latter threatened to usurp his position as second-in command. Waspinator is the name of a fictional character from the various Transformers universes. ... Energon is the primary source of power for the Transformers. ... Inferno is the name of four fictional characters from the various Transformers universes. ...


Season 2

Scorponok died along with Terrorsaur in the second season premiere, falling into a pit of magma as the quantum surge hit the planet from the destroyed Vok "Planet Killer". After this, Inferno took his place as Megatron's second-in-command. In Transformers history, the Vok were mysterious and powerful aliens who had evolved beyond the corporeal world. ...


Toys

  • Beast Wars Scorponok
His original toy was later repainted into the BotCon exclusive Sandstorm. The Scorponok toy was repainted as Double Punch in Japan in 1998 and as Botcon Sandstorm in 1999.
The commercial for Scorponok referred to him as a "robot in disguise with a killer bee inside!"
Transmetal Scorponok
  • Transmetal Scorponok
A transmetal toy of Scorponok was released as McDonald's happy meal toy.


Display cases for upcoming Transformers at BotCon 2006 BotCon, briefly known as The Official Transformers Collectors Convention (or OTFCC), is an annual convention for Transformers fans and collectors. ... Sandstorm refers to several different characters in the Transformers toyline. ... Look up sandstorm in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Transmetal Optimus Primal Transmetal Megatron Transmetals are a subgroup of Beast Wars in the fictional Transformers Universe, featuring toys with mechanical animal modes and techno-organic robot modes. ... McDonalds Corporation (NYSE: MCD) is the worlds largest chain of fast-food restaurants, primarily selling hamburgers, chicken, french fries, milkshakes and soft drinks. ... Happy Meal logo, English Happy Meal logo, Japanese. ...


Transformers: Energon

Transformers character

Scorponok
Scorponok
Affiliation Decepticon
Japanese name Megazarak
Sub-Group Terrorcon
Function Destruction Commander
Motto "If I do not crush you with my claws, I will finish you with my sting!"
Alternate Modes Mechanical Scorpion/
Cybertronian Jet
Series Transformers: Energon
Transformers: Cybertron
Transformers: Titanium
English voice actor Colin Murdock
Japanese voice actor Yasunori Masutani


Like his predecessor, the Transformers: Energon incarnation of Scorponok is known as Megazarak in Japan and is a Triple Changer, transforming from robot to scorpion-themed construction vehicle to jet. Transformers are fictional alien robots and the titular characters of a popular[1] Hasbro toy line and its spin-offs. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... The name Terrorcons refers to several different groups in the Transformers toyline. ... Colin Murdock is a voice actor who is also known as Colin Murdoch. ... Yasunori Masutani (増谷 康紀 Masutani Yasunori) is a seiyu, or voice actor, born at Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan in July 5, 1947. ... Triple Changers (Tripletrons in Japan) are Transformers that can transform from robot into two different vehicles. ...


Animated series

Originally, he was the Grand Chamberlain of the alien world of Planet Q, and sacrificed his life when he detonated the planet's core to stop the attack of Unicron. The spark of the planet's ruler, later to be known as Alpha Q, continued to exist within the dormant Unicron, and set about forming a plan to recreate his homeworld and other worlds that had been consumed by Unicron, using Energon. From Unicron, he recreated Planet Q's armies as the Terrorcons, and resurrected Scorponok to lead them. Unicron is a fictional character from the Transformers universes and toyline. ... Alpha-Q Alpha-Q is a quintesson leader of Planet Q. His planet was destroyed by Unicron and the whole population was destroyed. ... Energon is the primary source of power for the Transformers. ... The name Terrorcons refers to several different groups in the Transformers toyline. ...


Scorponok managed to turn several Decepticons to his and Alpha Q's side, until Megatron was resurrected. Although Scorponok tried to kill the newly reborn Decepticon Leader, Megatron predictably beat Scorponok brutally for trying to usurp the power of Decepticon Leader, and branded him with a Decepticon symbol. Megatron then used Scorponok as a shield against the Autobots' fire on his first attack in his new body (he was eventually repaired by Tidal Wave). However, Scorponok continued to act as a mole for Alpha Q, working towards his master's goals from within Megatron's team. When Megatron came to suspect this, he strapped Scorponok to a meteor and hurled him at Earth's Energon Grid, hoping to force Alpha Q out of hiding to rescue his minion. Scorponok survived the ordeal, and reunited with Alpha Q, entering into an alliance with the Autobots to stop Megatron from reviving Unicron. However, after Scorponok's subsequent defeat by Megatron, the positively-charged Energon released from Unicron's head by Alpha Q reacted with the negatively-charged Energon vented from Unicron's body by Megatron, tearing open a fissure in space, through which the teams were sucked. In this new region of space, all of the planets consumed by Unicron had been recreated, but Scorponok was to meet an unfortunate fate as Megatron completely reprogrammed him, turning him into a true Decepticon. Megatron is a fictional character and the leader of the evil Decepticons in the universe of the Transformers Unicron Trilogy, comprising Transformers: Armada, Transformers: Energon and Transformers: Cybertron. ... Tidal Wave is the name of a fictional character from Transformers Armada and Transformers Energon. ...

Scorponok

During his alliance with the Autobots, Scorponok had earned an admirer in Ironhide, who attempted several times to make him remember who he was and to turn him away from Megatron's service. His words continuously fell on deaf ears, and the two friends-turned-foes had their final conflict on Cybertron as Optimus Prime battled the Unicron-possessed Galvatron. Both combatants were rendered unconscious, but Scorponok was the first to recover as Ironhide's Spark began to glow - Optimus Prime was calling on all his troops to lend him their strength. With the last of his own energy, Scorponok transported Ironhide to Prime's side so that he could join in the ultimate combination, but told him that he was not doing it for him - he was doing it so that Prime could save Galvatron from Unicron. And with that final act, Scorponok died. Image File history File links File history Legend: (cur) = this is the current file, (del) = delete this old version, (rev) = revert to this old version. ... Image File history File links File history Legend: (cur) = this is the current file, (del) = delete this old version, (rev) = revert to this old version. ... Ironhide is the name of five different characters in the Transformers universes. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... The Optimus Prime of the fictional Unicron Trilogy, consisting of Transformers: Armada, Transformers: Energon and Transformers: Cybertron is the leader of the heroic Autobots and the main protagonist of the trilogy. ...


In the original Japanese version, before his death, Scorponok additionally explained that he had not been reprogrammed - he had chosen to serve Megatron out of his own free will, in repayment for saving his life.


In the 33rd episode, "Scorponok's Scars", it is revealed that the spark within Scorponok is not actually that of the general of Planet Q - his spark was completely extinguished in his last act of sacrifice. Alpha Q instead used the wandering Spark of a Decepticon to recreate Scorponok, programming it to act and think the way the real Scorponok did. For an unexplained reason, however, this episode was not dubbed into English.


Dreamwave Productions

In Dreamwave Productions' Transformers: Energon comic book series, Scorponok was a former lieutenant of Megatron. Unlike Megatron, he preferred to actively participate in combat, his brutal and 'right-to-the-point' tactics earning him the respect of his troops. Scorponok's precise history after this is unknown, although Starscream implied he was one of those who fought against Unicron. Dreamwave Productions is a Canadian art design studio and comic book publisher, best known for their multiple Transformers comic book series. ...


Ten years after the defeat of Unicron, Scorponok sought out the Decepticons who were not happy with the current Autobot-Decepticon alliance, and found a new ally in Alpha-Quintesson who gave him and his followers new, energon-enhanced hyper-modes for finding Energon to re-activate Unicron. As his first act, Scorponok killed the always treacherous Starscream, stating he never knew why Megatron kept him around. Alpha-Q Alpha-Q is a quintesson leader of Planet Q. His planet was destroyed by Unicron and the whole population was destroyed. ... Energon is the primary source of power for the Transformers. ... The Starscream of the Unicron Trilogy universe has gone through many notable changes in his personality as his story has progressed. ...


Following Alpha-Q's orders, he led his new army, the Terrorcons to Earth, planning to suck the planet dry of Energon. During his first assault his team captured Kicker, whom Scorponok realised could help him locate Energon. After soundly defeating the Autobots, led by Optimus Prime, Scorponok started the mining of Energon. The Autobots' second attack, aided by the Omnicons, took him by surprise and with the mined Energon blown up, Scorponok was gated away and reprimanded by his master. The name Terrorcons refers to several different groups in the Transformers toyline. ... Kicker and High Wire. ... The Optimus Prime of the fictional Unicron Trilogy, consisting of Transformers: Armada, Transformers: Energon and Transformers: Cybertron is the leader of the heroic Autobots and the main protagonist of the trilogy. ... Omnicons are the main sub-group that can manipulate energon in the Transformers: Energon series. ...


Learning from his mistakes, Scorponok didn't take any chances in his next attack. He unleashed four huge armies of the cloned Terrorcons on four cities of Earth, while he hitched a ride on a tower of the Earth defence grid, arriving from space to the Yukon Territory Autobot station. Thus avoiding the warning systems, Scorponok took the three Autobots Ironhide, Overload and Dropshot by surprise and took them out easily. However, just as he wanted to claim the defense system, he was challenged by Megatron, who was recently freed from his imprisonment in Unicron (in flashbacks we would see Starscream warning Megatron about Scorponok's ambitions). Ironhide is the name of five different characters in the Transformers universes. ... // Generation One Overload was the name of an Autobot Micromaster who turned into a semi-truck. ... Megatron is a fictional character and the leader of the evil Decepticons in the universe of the Transformers Unicron Trilogy, comprising Transformers: Armada, Transformers: Energon and Transformers: Cybertron. ...

Energon Megatron vs. Scorponok
Energon Megatron vs. Scorponok

Megatron and Scorponok battled it out, both verbally and physically. Their philosophies, subtle and blunt, clashed just like they themselves did on the battlefield. Figuring that Megatron was drained of energy by using his teleportation powers, Scorponok grounded him and buried him under a hill, but then was stabbed in the back by Megatron, who was far from finished. Burning him from the inside out with his energon sword, Megatron left the empty husk of what was Scorponok behind. Image File history File linksMetadata Download high resolution version (494x750, 104 KB) Summary The cover of Transformers: Energon #30 by Dreamwave comics with Megatron vs. ... Image File history File linksMetadata Download high resolution version (494x750, 104 KB) Summary The cover of Transformers: Energon #30 by Dreamwave comics with Megatron vs. ...


Dreamwave went bankrupt and the comic was cancelled, but the official bio of Hasbro's Cybertron Dark Scorponok follows this Energon comic continuity, where Scorponok is reanimated by the energy of Unicron, and follows his orders while hoping to regain his spark.


IDW Publishing

Dark Scorponok attacks Skyfall.
Dark Scorponok attacks Skyfall.

The character appeared in the Transformers: Cybertron comic strip exclusive to the Official Transformers' Collectors Club, transported into the Cybertron animated series timeline by reality warps resulting from the black hole created by Unicron's destruction. Image File history File links Size of this preview: 800 × 398 pixel Image in higher resolution (1960 × 976 pixel, file size: 292 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg) Dark Scorponok attacks Skyfall in the Transformers: Cybertron comic by TFCC. This image is a single panel from a comic strip or the... Image File history File links Size of this preview: 800 × 398 pixel Image in higher resolution (1960 × 976 pixel, file size: 292 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg) Dark Scorponok attacks Skyfall in the Transformers: Cybertron comic by TFCC. This image is a single panel from a comic strip or the...


Dark Scorponok first appears in the third issue of the comic, as Vector Prime warns that Unicron could bring more minions to battle the Autobots, Dark Scorponok rises from the dead. Later, an Autobot named Skyfall arrives in his ship at a spaceport only to discover the place abandoned, until he is attacked by Scrapmetal and Dark Scorponok. As Scorponok continues to attack Skyfall, Skyfall is buried in rubble. The Mini-Cons of Ramjet find Scorponok and lure him to the Autobots. Safeguard attempts to defend Alpha Trion's chamber from Scorponok, then is joined by Sentinel Maximus. Scorponok fights madly, ignoring all injuries to himself. While the other Autobots defend Vector Prime tries to get the nearby autoguns online. Scorponok stings Sentinel Maximus who nearly shuts down due to the cyber-venom. The autoguns come online and blast Scorponok. Vector Prime Vector Prime is a fictional character in the Transformers: Cybertron television series. ... Skyfall is the name of several fictional characters in the various Transformers universes. ... The Scrapmetal are characters in the fictional Transformers universe, appearing in the cartoon and toy series Transformers Cybertron. ... Mini-Cons are a human-sized race and faction of power-enhancing transforming robots in the Transformers: Armada universe and its sequels, one of the assorted universes in Transformers fiction. ... Ramjet is the name of four fictional characters in the various Transformers universes. ... Sentinel Maximus is a character from the comic series Transformers: Universe. ...


Toys

  • Transformers: Energon Scorponok
A Triple Changer.
Dark Scorponok
Dark Scorponok
  • Transformers: Cybertron Dark Scorponok
Energon Scorponok returned in the Transformers: Cybertron toyline. Now called Dark Scorponok, his toy biography cites his death as that seen in the Dreamwave comic book, at Megatron's hands, rather than the cartoon's depicition of his passing.
A retool of the Energon toy, he is a homage to Black Zarak. He is a zombie who hungers for the lifeforce of other Transformers, much in the wave of victims of the Transorganic Dweller.
  • Transformers: Titanium Scorponok
A 3 inch tall non-transforming Scorponok toy was released in the Transformers: Titanium line. Though the toy comes in Energon colors, his tech specs fit more with original Decepticon Scorponok's character.


Image File history File links Size of this preview: 320 × 600 pixel Image in higher resolution (400 × 750 pixel, file size: 45 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg) Transformers: Cybertron Dark Scorponok toy. ... Image File history File links Size of this preview: 320 × 600 pixel Image in higher resolution (400 × 750 pixel, file size: 45 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg) Transformers: Cybertron Dark Scorponok toy. ... A group of actors portraying zombies in a film A zombie is an animated human body devoid of a soul. ...


2007 Transformers film

Transformers character
Scorponok
Affiliation Decepticon
Sub-Group Deluxe Vehicles
Partner Blackout
Alternate Modes Mechanical Scorpion
Series 2007 Transformers movie

Scorponok appears in the live-action Transformers film, directed by Michael Bay. His machine form is a mechanized scorpion. Screenwriter Roberto Orci indicated that this Scorponok is conceptually closer to the Beast Wars character than the original; he does bear a noticeable resemblance to the McDonald's Transmetal Scorponok figure (see above). He is Blackout's ally, similar to the role that cassettes such as Ravage and Laserbeak served under Soundwave.[1] His weapons include missiles, spinning pincers, a directed-energy weapon, and a set of large knives that represent the stinger on his tail. Transformers are fictional alien robots and the titular characters of a popular[1] Hasbro toy line and its spin-offs. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Blackout is the name of four different fictional characters in the Transformers universes. ... Transformers is a 2007 live action film directed by Michael Bay and executive produced by Steven Spielberg, based on the Transformers franchise. ... Transformers is a 2007 live action film directed by Michael Bay and executive produced by Steven Spielberg, based on the Transformers franchise. ... Superfamilies Pseudochactoidea Buthoidea Chaeriloidea Chactoidea Iuroidea Scorpionoidea See classification for families. ... Roberto Orci wrote the screenplay for the 2005 film The Island. ... Blackout is the name of four different fictional characters in the Transformers universes. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Laserbeak is the name given to four fictional characters in the various Transformers universes. ... Soundwave is the name of three fictional characters from the Transformers universes. ...


Transformers: Ghosts of Yesterday

Scorponok appeared in the prequel novel Transformers: Ghosts of Yesterday, where he was used in an assault by Blackout to injure Optimus Prime, although he was defeated. Later, Blackout used him to infiltrate the Ark, disabling it. He was thrown out by Ratchet. The Ark after it crashed to Earth The Ark is an Autobot spacecraft in the fictional Transformers Universe. ... Ratchet is the name of several characters in the Transformers universes. ...


Movie plot

In the film, he and his partner Blackout attack the SOCCENT Operations Base in Qatar. Scorponok then chases eight Special Forces soldiers across the desert, eventually killing trooper Donnelly and wounding Figueroa before being wounded in an attack by two A-10 Warthogs and an AC-130 Spectre gunship. With the tip of his tail blown off, Scorponok burrows under the desert sands, and is not seen again for the rest of the movie. He is one of the two Decepticons whose death is unconfirmed, the other being Barricade; however, it is noted that Scorponok was not among the Decepticons who responded to Starscream's call, possibly because he is Blackout's partner or because, as his pet, he only would answer to Blackout. It is unknown of his status after his master's destruction. The Fairchild-Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II is a single-seat, twin-engine jet aircraft designed to provide air interdiction and close air support (CAS) of ground forces by attacking tanks, armored vehicles, and other ground targets. ... The AC-130 Gunship is an armed variant of the Lockheed C-130 Hercules. ... Barricade is the name of several fictional characters in the various Transformers universes. ...


Toys

Deluxe Class Movie Scorponok in robot mode
  • Movie Deluxe Scorponok
A detailed Deluxe sized toy, Scorponok is a mechanical scorpion covered in gears and military warning symbols. In his scorpion form, running him across a flat surface will activate gears on his underside, causing his claws to rotate. Pushing on the elongated rear of his stinger will cause it to slide forward until it hits a stopper. In this mode, he can combine with Voyager class Blackout movie toy, so that when Blackout's rotors are turned, Scorponok's claws will rotate as well. The face slides down on to the underbelly, the claws are rotated down to face the new "front" of the figure, and the sides of the scorpion mode detach and rotate down to become the new legs. Although the toy bio claims that he has always had this robot mode, it appears in none of the prequel material and does not make an appearance in the film.

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References

Scorponok at Teletran 1:The Transformers Wiki
Generation 1 Scorponok at TFU.info
Beast Wars Scorponok at TFU.info
Energon Scorponok at TFU.info
G1 Scorponok Gallery at Tranformers at the Moon


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