Scorpion, common name for arachnid having a flat, narrow body, two lobster-like claws, eight legs, and a segmented abdominal tail. Terminating in a venomous stinger supplied by a pair of poison glands, the tail is usually curved upward and forward over the back. About 1,400 species of Scorpion exist; about 40 of them occur in the United States. Scorpions are usually brown in color and range from about 2.5 to 20 cm (about 1 to 8 in) in length.
Strategic Value Edit
A nasty creature with powerful attacks, poison, barrier destroy (extra damage to buildings) and high defense. At higher sizes this creature, like most insects (we know, it’s really an arachnid) really shines.