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BMOG Toys character
Scorpatron toy
Created by

Species Bio-Mechanical Ordnance Gestalt

Alternate mode

Robotic scorpion

Scorpatron is a fictional character and robot toy made by BMOG Toys. He is a robotic scorpion who turns into an arsenal of weapons.


Scorpatron is a character from the BMOG (Bio-Mechanical Ordnance Gestalts) toy line. He is not an homage to any existing character, but meant to be used as either a stand-alone figure, or as accessories to any toy capable of using 5mm port accessories, such as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Transformers, Zoids Blox, and many others.


The BMOG Toys bear mold was designed by Trent Troop. He said he came up with the idea of BMOG toy when playing with a Generation 1 Top-Heavy toy. He also says it was inspired by Glyos. He designed Ursenal in Studio 3D. The hexagons in its design are inspired by honeycombs. Early names for Ursenal included Bruination and Bear Made of Guns. The name Bruination was abandoned due to it's similarity to a character owned by another company.

BMOG announced their first product, Ursenal, in October 2013.[1]

Fundraising for the BMOG Toys bear and manta mold was done through Kickstarter. The goal of raising $19,000 was surpassed by the end of the fundraising period on December 13th, 2013.

He was released at BotCon 2014.

Scorpatron was designed by combining part of Bearium and Ursenal.


The Good Morning, Cybertron! podcast for October 22nd, 2013 discussed the BMOG's Ursenal in the news. The hosts thought it looked great, although they thought Ursenal was a tiger, and likened him to the Action Master partner Catgut. The hosts hoped it would sell for $10 to $15.[2]

The Good Morning, Cybertron! podcast for October 25th, 2013 interviewed Trent Troop about BMOG, where he mentioned Ursenal, Mant-Axe, Featherblight and the Non-Dino Squad.[3]

The Retro Robot Radio podcast for October 26th, 2013 covered the BMOG interview on Good Morning Cybertron in the news.[4]

The Retro Robot Radio podcast for November 2nd, 2013 mentioned Ursenal and Mant-Axe in the news.[5]

The Radio Free Cybertron podcast for November 17th, 2013 interviewed Trent Troop. During the interview he mentioned Featherblight, Mant-Axe, Ursenal and the Non-Dino Squad. He also mentioned wanting to make characters inspired by the Inhumanoids and Wheeled Warriors toy lines.[6]

The Good Morning, Cybertron! podcast for November 18th, 2013 discussed BMOG Ursenal.[7]

The Geek Acres podcast for November 28th, 2013 was a short special on BMOG where they host described Ursenal as reminding him of Soundwave's cassettes. He asked others to back the Kickstarter, as he did.[8]

The Good Morning, Cybertron! podcast for December 8th, 2013 interviewed Trent Troop about BMOG, where he mentioned Ursenal, Mant-Axe, Featherblight, the Non-Dino Squad and Chainbill Splatterpus.[9]

The Retro Robot Radio podcast for May 3rd, 2014 mentioned Mant-Axe, Sea-Labrys and Ursenal in the news.[10]

The Retro Robot Radio podcast for August 9th, 2014 covered the Kaiju Kaos cards for Ursenal and Mant-Axe in the news.[11]

Fictional biography

The Scorpatron was brought to life when weapons made by a group of evil interdimensional arms dealers were exposed to the power of the last world seed. He breaks down into two assault rifles, two missile launchers, a war hammer, a combat claw, and a scanner device.


  • BMOG Ursenal (2014)
An original toy design by BMOG Toys. Turns from a robotic bear to two rifles, two rocket launchers, a hammer, a combat claw, a scanner and a connector. Comes with a sticker sheet.
Ursenal shares a mold with Bearium, Carbearator, Cobiak, Peg-Paw Plunder and Solarbear.
Pieces of Ursenal are used in the design of ApeL.A.W., Mega-Ursenal, Scorpatron, Smackrabbit and Technosaurus X.
Ursenal is gang molded with Mant-Axe.



  2. blunghole (October 22nd, 2013). "Good Morning, Cybertron!". (Podcast). blunghole. 
  3. blunghole (October 25th, 2013). "Good Morning, Cybertron!". (Podcast). blunghole. 
  4. Mathew Ignash (October 26th, 2013). "Retro Robot Radio". (Podcast). Mathew Ignash. 
  5. Mathew Robert Ignash (November 2nd, 2013). "Retro Robot Radio". (Podcast). Mathew Robert Ignash. 
  6. Brian Kilby (November 17th, 2013). "Radio Free Cybertron". (Podcast). TFW2005. 
  7. blunghole (November 18th, 2013). "Good Morning, Cybertron!". (Podcast). blunghole. 
  8. Doug Rhapson (November 28th, 2013). "Radio Free Cybertron". (Podcast). Geek Acres. 
  9. blunghole (December 8th, 2013). "Good Morning, Cybertron!". (Podcast). blunghole. 
  10. Mathew Robert Ignash (May 3rd, 2014). "Retro Robot Radio". (Podcast). Mathew Robert Ignash. 
  11. Mathew Ignash (August 9th, 2014). "Retro Robot Radio". (Podcast). Mathew Ignash. 

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