Aside from the eye shadow, paint is pretty basic. There are some nice little details like the metallic and matte combination on her helmet, or the glossy lines that decorate her body suit. I also really like that the red on her clothing is deep and vibrant, while her bug parts have a lighter pinkish hue. The two colors play a nice contrast between the fabric and armor.
Articulation is pretty standard, but there are a couple of differences. The head is on a ball joint. Shoulders and hips are swivel hinges. Elbows, knees and ankles are hinged, while the wrists, thighs and waist are swivels. Scorpia’s tail connects to her dress with a swivel joint. This was to be expected, but I still wish there was more articulation to it. Aside from that, her other big difference is the ankles. For some reason Matty dropped the rocker joints. I’m assuming it was for cost cutting, but it’s still annoying.
Scorpia comes with one accessory, her standard Horde-issues crossbow. Like all the other members, Scorpia’s has its own unique design of a scorpion-like critter. Interestingly, her crossbow clips onto her wrist instead of having a handle to grasp.
All around I’m really happy with Scorpia. I didn’t really know or care about the character, but the excellent design by the 4H actually made her my favorite female Horde member. Hopefully more nice surprises like this lay ahead for the upcoming PoP sub.