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MIX! The page you are about to view has something to do with the Mixel tribe of the Spikels. The fun-loving Spikels think of themselves as cute and cuddly, often forgetting they're covered with dangerous spikes.
|Special Features||Eight Legs|
Hugging and Snuggling
|Quote||(Scorpi cannot talk)|
- 1 Description
- 2 Background
- 3 Relationships
- 4 Set Information
- 5 Trivia
- 6 Gallery
- 7 Sources and References
The leader of the playful Spikels tribe, Scorpi loves pillow fights, sleepovers and chatting all night. Always viewing life with a sense of wonder, this bug-eyed creature scuttles around on his centipede-like legs seeking fun. The cutest-looking of the Spikels loves to hug and snuggle, but beware of that dangerous pointy tail!
The other Spikels love their leader, and think he is adorable.
He is afraid of Glurt, but the rest of the Glorp Corp are neutral, so far.
Neutral so far.
Scorpi was released as part of the Mixels sets in the September 2014 product wave. His product number is 41522 and contains 70 pieces.
- Along with Flain and Kraw, Scorpi is a very popular member of the Mixels and is often shown as a mascot and icon for various promotional materials.
- He is the leader of the Spikels.
- In his LEGO form he has only two teeth, but in the show he has more.
- He has a tail like Teslo, Flurr, Jawg, Glurt, Mesmo and Wizwuz.
- His name is short for the word "scorpion", and he also resembles said creature.
- His eyes are huge.
- He is the only Mixel in the LEGO sets to use the big, tiled eye pieces for two eyes, instead of one.
- He is the only Mixel to have eight legs.
- He has two legs that are silver, and the rest are all black. This may mean that he uses his silver legs as arms.
- He replaced Kraw on the Calling All Mixels app icon in Version 3.0 on August 28, 2014 in the game.
- Like Seismo, he can get scared easily.
- In his set, his head can rotate on an axle.
- In some scenes and shots, Scorpi is small; almost as small as a Nixel.
- He is the only Mixel that cannot talk.
Sources and References