Scorpion Dragons will never sting a Caretaker intentionally, but they are known for lashing their tails about wildly in the heat of a tantrum. If a baby Scorpion Dragon seems upset, back away, let the dragon calm down, then use the opportunity to teach it about self-control.
As Scorpion Dragons mature, they develop control over their stingers and the mechanisms that secrete their infamous venom. When they are able to extract the venom without stinging something, the toxic goo can be used to produce antidotes.
In ancient times, Scorpion Dragons were employed as the watchdogs, often posted like gargoyles on the corners of buildings to ward off enemies, especially during ceremonies featuring important dignitaries.
Many historical figures are said to have raised Epic Form Scorpion Dragons as elite bodyguards, including Alexander the Great, and Genghis Khan. The coloring of these dragons alone is enough to strike fear into the hearts of even the most formidable opponents.