|3400 [Verification Needed]|
|70 (without armor)|
|Uses splash acid attacks in melee.|
The Scorpeon is a hostile enemy mob from The Forge event exclusive to Don't Starve Together. It has a swiping attack that can clip a moderate chunk of health. When its health reaches a certain point, it will start occasionally hurling acid from its tail every three swipes. It is advised to avoid getting near them in combat, as their acid can easily drain half a character’s health or kill them. Their acid can be negated by a Life Blossom field.
- Scorpeons' Acid is the only attack in The Forge that ignores armor, making it rather dangerous to players, especially Maxwell players, as he is left with only 9 health. Because of this, tanking them is unadvised.
- Due to being a ghost, Abigail is immune to Scorpeons' Acid. This allows her to tank them for players. However, Bernie is still susceptible.
- A quick way to dispose of Scorpeons, especially in Round 8 is to gather them all up in a cluster and have someone that can use the Infernal Staff, use Call Cataclysm to do massive chunks of damage, and generally kill.
- The Scorpeon's spawn code is
"peghook". However, it is impossible to spawn Scorpeons in the regular game, while the Console is not available at all on The Forge servers.
- According to Rhymes With Play #162, the reason WX-78 is still affected by Scorpeons' Acid is because the attack is acidic rather than poisonous in nature.
- The Scorpeon used to be called the Venomeer, then Scorpeon, and then Scourgion before being reverted back to Scorpeon.
- Its ranged poisoning attack's name was changed from Venomeer Venom to Scorpeon Acid to reflect its nature, and characters' examination quotes were modified with it.
- According to Rhymes With Play #167, originally, the Scorpeon originally had a hooked arm and no tail. When the tail was added, the hook was moved there from its arm, before being removed entirely from the design when it did not work out.
- Scorpeon Idle.gif
The idle animation of a Scorpeon.
- Scorpeon Concept Art.jpg
Scorpeon concept art from Rhymes with Play # 167.