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Scooby-Doo is a brown Great Dane with black spots. He wears a teal collar around his neck with yellow and teal tag with his initials on it.
Scooby-Doo shares common personality traits with his owner, including cowardice and an immense appetite. He cares very much about his friends and would do anything to protect them. When the gang was fell apart after learning the truth behind Fred Jones, Sr. he promised that he would get everyone back together and stop Professor Pericles.
Skills and abilities
He's able to use his paws like hands.
He can consume massive amounts of food without even breathing or chewing it.
Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated
When the gang suspected Franklin Fruitmeir of being the Slime Mutant's could inspect the place after hours they forced Scooby and Shaggy to work uncover as waitresses at his dessert restaurant so they could inspect the place after hours.
Scooby and Shaggy were disguised as children and used as bait to capture Que Horrifico, who 'transformed' minors to do her bidding. Once the case was solved, the gang danced to Dr. Luis de Potrillo's flute (at K-Ghoul), giggling at Shaggy dancing with Velma, ignorant of the romantic relationship between the two.
Scooby was still mad at Shaggy and made a new 'friend' named Harry, but in the end, he forgave Shaggy.
Scooby became angry when he found Shaggy had been dating Velma behind his back, and wanted Shaggy to decide who he would rather be with the most.
He was suspected of being the Fright Hound and sent to an animal asylum after he took the blame for its violent attack on the Mystery Tour bus. After the asylum was destroyed (largely due to Scooby), Shaggy broke up with Velma because of how much he still cared for Scooby.
Scooby visited Darrow University with Shaggy for the campus burgers. Another mystery also took place there involving Char Gar Gothakon, and while searching for clues, he apologized to Velma after realizing how much she cared for Shaggy, and being chosen over her.
Scooby fell very sick and he couldn't go to the Mystery Solvers Club State Finals. He took Velma's remark about him being the gang mascot to heart during his fever induced dream.
When he 'woke' up he didn't sneeze, he checked his temperature and he was cured and ready to go the State Finals.
Scooby met Jabberjaw, Speed Buggy, Captain Caveman, and the Funky Phantom. However, a flying fiery skeleton named Lord Infernicus appeared and he captured everyone except for the sidekicks. Scooby went to the hallway and found crumbs from cages belonging to guinea pigs, including four that looked like Shaggy, Velma, Daphne, and Fred. Scooby asked if the Shaggy guinea pig would do it for a Scooby Snack, but the guinea pig just threw it at Scooby's nose.
Funky Phantom left, but Scooby said tried to stop because they were missing something. Lord Infernicus appeared and told Scooby that time was running out. Angel and Principal Quinlan were riding on Speed Buggy and they destroyed the signal and Infernicus appeared again and attacked them. Scooby discovered that a boat from the dock was leaving for Africa. Scooby and the sidekicks had solved the mystery and Scooby unmasked Lord Infernicus, revealing him to be Funky Phantom. Scooby asked why would Funky cause trouble. Funky was sick of being a sidekick and he wasn't a real ghost and his real name was Jonathan Wellington Muddlemore. The gang he was from had found him inside a clock in a haunted house and found a clock and thought Jonathan was a ghost since he could fly and go through walls. Jonathan wanted to be the headline and leader and have his own sidekicks. He learned about the Lord Infernicus who also got ditched so Jonathan worked shopped and created him. Funky would be shown with Infernicus by making using a hologram to make himself appear and fly. A little smoke, fireworks, and a skeleton puppet would work. He even abducted his own cat, Boo. He would later ship everyone to Africa, and used replica outffits on the guinea pigs, just to throw Scooby and the sidekicks off track. According to him, it was perfect and genuis, until Scooby started to act like a hero instead of a sidekick
After he woke up for real, he was greeted by the chairman of the State Finals who was kind enough to postpone until he got better because he was seen as a true member of the team, but he was only terrified by the sight of the chairman because he resembled Jonathan Wellington Muddlemore (Funky Phantom) the identity of Lord Infernicus Scooby's dream.
Scooby and Velma were tied up to a cliffside by the Shadowy Orc. Velma could refuse to help the Orc, let Scooby die so she could get Shaggy back. But even though Scooby stole her boyfriend, she would never let anyone hurt him. When Velma almost fell off and died, Scooby saved her.
As animals were immune to Aphrodite's love spell, he teamed up Professor Pericles to save Crystal Cove. However when the case was solved, Ed Machine reveals that Pericles set the whole mystery up, and he tricked Scooby into helping him gather what he was really after. Ed also reveals that Pericles is after the cursed treasure that's been left by the founders of the town, and if he finds it, it could mean the end of Crystal Cove.
Unmasking the Freak of Crystal Cove revealed some secrets of the town: Fred Jones, Sr. wasn't Fred's real dad and his real parents were Brad Chiles and Judy Reeves (two members of the original Mystery Inc.). The strain broke up the gang. Shaggy's parents also sent him away because of the constant dangers he got himself into, leaving Scooby to be sent of to a farm, be vowed to get the gang back, and stop Pericles.
Scooby was indeed sent to the farm by Shaggy's parents, which turned out to be more like a prison camp, frequently trying to escape only to be sent to "the hole" as punishment. Eventually he managed to make a final attempt escape and was rescued by the new mayor, Janet Nettles, who was there to help him get the gang back together.
Without Daphne and needing a fifth member, Velma suggested the prison-released Hot Dog Water who offered "homemade prison" candy to Scooby and Shaggy. They accepted her into the group, and Scooby told her he liked the way she smelled (due to the hotdog water she used). With a new member, they stopped Baba Yaga.
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- While Scooby still likes Scooby Snacks, he's also fond of clams as well.
- Unlike his other incarnations, he speaks in complete sentences and has more dialogue, which makes him even harder to understand; at least to some of the characters.
- Unlike the mascots of the past mystery teams, Scooby is pure of heart, so he didn't turn evil and betray his friends, and was able to help them defeat the Evil Entity, instead.
- Scooby-Doo and Shaggy Rogers (Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated)
- Scooby-Doo, Shaggy Rogers, and Velma Dinkley (Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated)
- Scooby-Doo and Daphne Blake (Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated)
- Scooby-Doo and Fred Jones (Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated)
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Dance of the Undead, season 2|season 2, episode 18.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 All Fear the Freak, season 1, episode 26.
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 The Legend of Alice May, season 1, episode 5.
- ↑ Beware the Beast from Below, season 1, episode 1.
- ↑ The Creeping Creatures, season 1, episode 2.
- ↑ The Secret of the Ghost Rig, season 1, episode 3.
- ↑ Revenge of the Man Crab, season 1, episode 4.
- ↑ The Song of Mystery, season 1, episode 5.
- ↑ In Fear of the Phantom, season 1, episode 7.
- ↑ The Grasp of the Gnome, season 1, episode 8.
- ↑ Battle of the Humungonauts, season 1, episode 9.
- ↑ Howl of the Fright Hound, season 1, episode 10.
- ↑ The Secret Serum, season 1, episode 11.
- ↑ The Shrieking Madness, season 1, episode 12.
- ↑ When the Cicada Calls, season 1, episode 13.
- ↑ Mystery Solvers Club State Finals, season 1, episode 14.
- ↑ The Wild Brood, season 1, episode 15.
- ↑ Where Walks Aphrodite, season 1, episode 16.
- ↑ Escape from Mystery Manor, season 1, episode 17.
- ↑ The Dragon's Secret, season 1, episode 18.
- ↑ Nightfright, season 1, episode 19.
- ↑ The Siren's Song, season 1, episode 20.
- ↑ Menace of the Manticore, season 1, episode 21.
- ↑ Attack of the Headless Horror, season 1, episode 22.
- ↑ A Haunting in Crystal Cove, season 1, episode 23.
- ↑ Dead Justice, season 1, episode 24.
- ↑ Pawn of Shadows, season 1, episode 25.
- ↑ All Fear the Freak, season 1, episode 26.
- ↑ The Night the Clown Cried, season 2, episode 1.
- ↑ The House of the Nightmare Witch, season 2, episode 2.
- ↑ The Hodag of Horror, season 2, episode 5.