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Scorpio (スコルピオ Sukorupio) is a Scorpionman, Stinger's elder brother and an assassin who was promoted to the Karō of Jark Matter who rules the Sasori System and also the one responsible for killing Dr. Anton's good side and indeed framed his younger brother, Stinger for his murder.

Character History

Scorpio

Scorpio pre-Jark Matter

Scorpio was once a kind man who had a close relationship with his younger brother, Stinger. To help Stinger, Scorpio gave him a necklace for him to carry as a part of him that will always remain a part of him.

Years later, Scorpio betrayed his people to Jark Matter, scoffing at his devastated brother when the latter asked how he could desert their people. According to Eriedrone, Scorpio is now a top assassin for Jark Matter, his location known only to Don Armage.Space.5: 9 Ultimate SaviorsSpace.16: Stinger's Reunion with His Brother

After the fall of his planet, Scorpio allowed himself to be mutated by Don Armage, in exchange for his full loyalty to Jark Matter, but at cost of unable to transform back to his human form. One night, Scorpio murdered the good Dr. Anton, and both Stinger and Doctor Anton's creation, Champ arrived after when Scorpio left the scene. Space.13: Stinger's Challenge To His Brother! This allowed the evil Dr. Anton, who had seperated himself from his other half beforehand, to continue his work for Jark Matter unhindered. Space.39: The Great Adventure of Perseus

Before the defeat of Ikargen, Don Armage announced Scorpio's arrival on Earth, and Ikargen sends Mardakko to greet him. Scorpio looks forward to fighting the Kyurangers, especially when his younger brother is a member of them. Space.12: 11 Ultimate All-Stars

While Scorpio watched several humans pleading with the Daikaan Mondomuyoindaver, Scorpio uses his tail to turn every human, including the Daikaan, Indaver and Tsuyoindaver into zombies, in order to lure the Kyurangers and observe how strong Stinger has become now before they encounter each other for their death battle. Space.13: Stinger's Challenge To His Brother!

Informed by Don Armage that a fleet of Moraimarz would be sent to hasten the process of draining Earth of its Planetium, Scorpio was entrusted by the Shogun to eliminate the Kyurangers; Scorpio realized that the Shogun was in a hurry, affirming rumor of a secret concerning the Earth. Following this, Scorpio was approached by Mardakko, who offered her services to him in order to avenge Ikargen. Scorpio accepted her on the condition that she tell him everything she knew about the Kyurangers. Ultimately, Scorpio was confronted by the return of his younger brother, who had tracked him to his Big Moraimarz alongside Champ. Space.15: Savior of the Water Planet Vela

Unmasked Scorpio

Scorpio unmasked

He revealed his true motive for joining Jack Matter: kill Don Armage and become the new Shogun of Jark Matter, and rule the galaxy. Space.16: Stinger's Reunion with His Brother

Knowing that the Kyurangers were searching for the Ryukotsu Kyutama, Scorpio ordered Mardakko to find the Kyutama for him before they could. Space.17: Lighting the Dome of Darkness!

Ordered by Don Armage to ensure the erasure of Earth upon the arrival of the Moraimars fleet, Scorpio revealed that he was aware of Argo Ship which Don Armage, leading the Shogun to tell him to stay out of that affair. This warning, however, only confirmed to Scorpio that the Argo possessed an incredible power which he could use to usurp Don Armage. Reviving Madakko, Scorpio ordered her to stay behind as he took a Moaider fighter to pursue the Kyutama of the Ryukotsu System. Following the Kyurangers to Keel, Scorpio used his stinger to break Eris staff containing the Ryukotsu Kyutama which he seized. To cover his escape, Scorpio stung his own ally, the Daikaan Olmega, turning him into a berserker whom he ordered to kill all life on the planet. Though Lucky was able to retrieve the Ryukotsu Kyutama from Scorpio's person, he was forced to immediately return it when Scorpio threatened the life of Eris, after which Scorpio took his leave.

Back on Earth, Scorpio was informed by Madakko that Stinger had arrived to see him. Meeting with his younger brother, who supposedly wished to join him to save the universe, Stinger was presented with a case containing the remaining two Kyutamas needed to complete the Argo. Before he could take it, however, Scorpio was struck by Stinger who, refusing to accept what his older brother had become, challenged Scorpio to a duel. Space.19: The Elf of Forest Planet Keel

Death

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Post-mortem

Attempting to turn key II on planet Toki in the Tokei System, Stinger was engaged by an illusion of Scorpio, whom he soundly defeated by impaling him with the Kyu Spear. Space.25: Planet Toki, the Boy's Determination!

Personality

Scorpio was originally a caring man and older brother. However, according to Stinger, as a result of an obsession with power, it causes him to become cruel and selfish, massacring his people without any sign of remorse. He is also a sadist, taking pleasure for betraying his own brother. Scorpio's fallen was likely because he saw one of his tribesmen bullied Stinger, and eventually beating those who bullied his brother mercilessly, much to Stinger's horror, and Scorpio's reason to torture Stinger is meant to turn Stinger into a ruthless warrior as Scorpio himself nowadays.

Even though he is Don Armage's right-hand man, Scorpio is also planning to usurp him, which he explains to his brother the reason he joined Jark Matter; so he can kill Don Armage and take his position as shogun, and by extension, rule the entire universe.

After being defeated by Stinger, who is encouraged by Kyuranger, Scorpio began to atone his villainous actions and make his noble sacrifice on saving his brother and Kyurangers from Armage's death ball.

Powers and Abilities

  • Scorpion Tail: Like Stinger, he has a flexible tail on his back that can extend at will.
    • Zombifying Stinger: The end of his tail possesses a stinger that can turn anyone into a zombie, while also horrifically mutate them. The victims, in turn, can spread the zombification when attacking other healthy people, but without the mutation. It can be cured by Stinger's venom or a special antidote.Space.13: Stinger's Challenge To His Brother!
    • Poison Transference: Before his death, Scorpio transfer the Antares poison from Stinger's body and into his own, causing him to revert back into his normal form.
  • Tail-Wrapping Right Leg: He can wrap his tail around his right leg, allows him to perform some special techniques:
    • Supernatural Speed: He was seen to move at an unseeable speed.
    • Venom Kick: He can perform a very powerful kick which not only liquifies a zombified Tsuyoindaver in one hit but also destroyed a large part of the wall behind him.

Arsenal

  • Jark Javelin (ジャークジャベリン Jāku Jaberin) Scorpio wields a spear in combat, which can shoot energy slice or having a longer energy edge to thrust.
  • Big Moraimars: As a Karo, Scorpio was granted the command of a Big Moraimars flagship which, once installed on Earth, was responsible for the operation of all Moraimars on the planet. Once Scorpio fell, the Big Moraimars was commandeered by Madakko on the order of Don Armage before being destroyed by Houou Soldier.
  • Moaider: Scorpio used a Moaider fighter to travel from Earth to Keel. Space.19: The Elf of Forest Planet Keel

Profile

  • Height: 185 cm
  • Weight: 166 kg

Behind the Scenes

Portrayal

Notes

  • Yuki Kubota's role as Scorpio is reminiscent of his role as Takatora Kureshima from Kamen Rider Gaim, as both roles involve a brother betraying the other and joining the enemy. This role takes the antithesis. He plays the older brother who betrays the younger, as opposed to his role from Gaim where the little brotherIcon-crosswiki betrayed the older.
    • Scorpio also happens to have an attack that looks similar to multiple Rider KicksIcon-crosswiki.
    • Scorpio's aspiration of usurping the main antagonist also brings to mind RedyueIcon-crosswiki from the aforementioned series where his actor portrays Takatora, as well as AdelIcon-crosswiki of Kamen Rider GhostIcon-crosswiki.
  • Scorpio's backstory is similar to Itachi Uchiha's from the Naruto series, as both Scorpio/Itachi had killed off their entire clan while leaving their younger brother Stinger/Sasuke alive, to go undercover into enemy ranks, while at the same time explaining to their younger brother why they betrayed them. A huge difference between Scorpio and Itachi is that Scorpio seems to enjoy betraying his brother and does not show any signs of remorse while doing so.
    • This also derives to a similarity with Sasuke Uchiha as well, where Stinger betrays his team to achieve his goal of defeating his older brother.
  • Scorpio's relation to Stinger is similar to that of the Marvel villain of the same name, the original of whom was the younger brother of Marvel super-spy Nick Fury turned supervillain.
  • Scorpio's name and Stinger's constellation are actually related as the zodiac Scorpio has something to do with the constellation Scorpius.
  • Scorpio's backstory pays homage to other general characters,such as Doctor Mazenda, Doctor Obular, and Doctor Kemp from Choujuu Sentai Liveman, Basco ta Jolokia from Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger as close friends of one of the heroes before betraying them to the villains.
  • He also pays homage to villains such as General Giluke in Dengeki Sentai Changeman, Dr. Hinelar from Denji Sentai Megaranger and Enter from Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters. As these type of characters same the same motive about taking over their organization and become their new leader.
  • Scorpio's head has a slight similarity to the Predators of the film series of the same name.
  • Scorpio's backstory appears to invoke the backstory of Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader from the Star Wars franchise as they both started out caring for their own family (Padme Amidala for Anakin, Stinger for Scorpio) before falling to the dark side and becomes evil, though under different circumstances. They also attempted to usurp their masters (Palpatine and Don Armage), and in their final battle, returns to the good side and died to protect their family members from their master.

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