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Scorpim: Young Form . Watch out for the Stinger. . Sometimes, they are taken before adult-hood by Dominate Canagadsians, and then donated from the poachers and hunters into the U.M.F.C. When transformed, they are treated miserably and trained by physical beatings. When diciplened, they have life a little bit easier until they are taken to war. They usually eat many Canagadsian Plants with vitamins, triggering strength and experience in attacking... This also means they are eaten as a healthy entree`. The Scorpim is a born a small, innocent creature, and grows as it gets older. They are extracted from Canagadsian Wilderness (Usually when grown) To be altered into a "Serpent Droid", while Buzzard droid are made by the Winged cousins of the Scorpims. They are endangered on the planet but can be found on Frasure, where most Tahjan Mercenaries come from. Scorpims aren't very hostile except when harmed and can become lethal when being taken from the Wilderness. Their poiseness stingers turn red when they reach adult-hood, but are pale blue when first born and up to their young adult form.

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