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|“||I'm warning you. One...more...step...||„|
|~ Scarface to Vixen when he and his wife meet her for the first time.|
Scarface is the main antagonist of Season 2 of The Animals of Farthing Wood. He's the leader of a group of silver foxes and Lady Blue's mate who terrorized the Farthing Wood Animals and threatening to remove them from White Deer Park by killing them. He is Fox's arch-nemesis.
Scarface is an psychopathy silver fox with dark triad personality and possibly even having an blown psychopathy. Since he literally wants revenge on Fox for treating his family in, as he sees it, an abusive manner. He also liked treating his family in an abusive manner.
He is the leader of the White Deer Park blue foxes. He has a long scar on the right side of his face which is apparently where he gets his name. Scarface is the primary antagonist of series 2, as well as Fox's Feud.
In both the books and the TV series, Scarface regards himself as the second most powerful creature in White Deer Park (after The Great Stag), and feels threatened by the arrival of Fox and the birth of his cubs. In the TV series, he is also unhappy about losing his land to the Farthing Wood creatures and tries to remove them from the park. In both the books and the TV series, he succeeds in killing many of the Farthing Wood creatures. In the TV series, he kills Mrs Vole, Dreamer, Mrs Hare and Mrs Rabbit. In the books he kills Dreamer, Mrs Hare, and several Farthing Wood voles, field mice and rabbits. In both the books and the TV series he is killed by being poisoned by Adder.
- In the original books. Scarface was a red fox just like all the foxes in the series, but in the animated series is was changed to an silver fox who is a colour variant of the red fox, but in the series the silver foxes is called blue foxes.