Scorpion as he appears in Mortal Kombat X
Scorpion is a character from the Mortal Kombat series, created by Midway. He is one of the most popular characters in the series. Scorpion is actually an undead ninja, as he was killed by Sub-Zero some time before the events of the first game. In the end, he manages to kill Sub-Zero as revenge. But in the second tournament, he learns that his enemy has returned for some reason, so he decides to kill him again. But it later turns out that this Sub-Zero is actually the brother of the first one, who Scorpion had slain. Scorpion then becomes the guardian of the new Sub-Zero.
Scorpion is known for his infamous catchphrases "GET OVER HERE!" and "COME HERE!" which he yells after catching an opponent with his spear.
In M.U.G.E.N, Scorpion was created by various creators.
This version of the hellspawn sets out to avenge its slaughtered ninja clan with sprites and gameplay from the original Mortal Kombat.
Lord Sinistro's versionEdit
Equipped with sprites from the original Mortal Kombat, this version comes with a new Special as well as two Hypers.
Despite using Mortal Kombat II sprites, this character plays nothing like Scorpion from said game, with tons of new Specials and Fatalities, as well as the edition of Hypers.
Sza Bee and the Gang's versionEdit
Abandoned by its author, this glitchy misaligned version of Scorpion uses Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance Gameboy Advance sprites.
A Scorpion with custom sprites, this version may have Scorpion's trademark spear (which can be thrown diagonally-up), a spammable teleport punch and Fatalities, but did you know that this Scorpion learned a thing or two from Loganir's Wonder Woman?
Mike Orbecht's versionEdit
Another decently built Scorpion that is based of "Mortal Kombat Trilogy". It also has pallete modes.
Sean Altly's versionEdit
This Scorpion is significantly less gory than the other versions available, drawing no blood with its attacks and containing no direct Fatalities. Made for Sean Altly's Capcom vs. The World game, it has simple commands and is newcomer-friendly.