Sabrblade wrote:Same here. I mean, every character had something about them that was taken in some direction, but not with Scorponok. He was the loyal sub commander, but they never really ran with that. Sure, he'd be the one defending Megatron's authority during acts of defiance by other Predacons, but he wasn't really the center of attention at any point. And when Inferno came along, we a got a whole new and much more appealing flavor of "loyalty" that made Scorponok just feel superfluous in his role.robofinch wrote:And the character development. Oh man, you just love every single character on that show. The only character I couldn't get in to was Scorponok, but I know tons of other people really like him.
Didn't help that I never owned his toy either (I wanted it, though), aside from the McDonald's Transmetal toy.
Well, he did have his 'Cyber Bees' and occasional gadgets, but eventually Tarantulas (and to a lesser degree, Blackarachnia) took over the role of creating new anti-Maximal tech and he was much better at it than Scorponok due to his very nature of being so scheming and creepy.