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This article is about the incarnation from the Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! episode Mystery Mask Mix-Up. For other incarnations, see Scare Pair (disambiguation).

The Scare Pair were supposedly zombie minions serving the Ghost of Zen Tuo, referred to as his Emissaries of the Living Dead by A. Fong. In reality, they were the disguises of his henchmen, helping him to steal a valuable golden mask (especially valuable to Mr. Fong, because it contained information about his smuggling operations).

Physical appearance

They wear black gis with hoods, and have white masks that change expressions with their moods. Their hands are normally colored, but the skin around their masks is green.

Personality

The Scare Pair are obedient to Zen Tuo and are singularly focused on carrying out his orders.

Powers and abilities

They are evidently skilled drivers, as evident during the high-speed vehicle chase, where they even managed to drive over roofs in the pursuit of the Mystery Machine. They also have remarkable powers of stealth: they are able to take Daphne Blake from the Mystery Machine, get her bound, gagged, and into their car before her friends notice she is gone.

History

Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!

Season two

Henchmen unmasked.

The Scare Pair first appeared when they were ordered by Zen Tuo to retrieve the golden mask. Upon enquiring the whereabouts of the mask from the Curio Shop owner, the duo came upon the gang and demanded the mask back, which Daphne refused. Afterwards, they were engaged in a car chase with the gang that ended with them getting away with Daphne. (Mystery Mask Mix-Up)

Scooby-Doo (DC Comics)

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Appearances

Notes/trivia

  • The pair gain their canonical nickname when Shaggy opens a door and sees them. He exclaims, "Zoinks! The Scare Pair!"
  • In Scooby-Doo! Unmasked the Scare Pair are recurring enemies called Chinese Zombie in Chinatown.

References

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