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Aries and Scorpio Friendship Compatibility

Aries and Scorpio Friendship Compatibility

Aries and Scorpio friendships are challenging. These two zodiac signs sit at a quincunx on the horoscope wheel, which is almost as far away from one another as you can get. This is true for their compatibility as well.

Aries tends not to be good at reading people because they are so focussed on themselves. Meanwhile sensitive Scorpio is easy to hurt. Unlike other sun signs which take offenses of the chin, Scorpio is unforgiving, and will let you know exactly what you have done wrong! The result is less of a friendship and more of a war zone.

Overview of the Aries and Scorpio Friendship Compatibility:

  • Mutual Interests: ★★★☆☆
  • Loyalty: ★☆☆☆☆
  • Fun & Excitement: ★☆☆☆☆
  • Likelihood to Last: ★☆☆☆☆
  • Bond: ★☆☆☆☆

Are Aries and Scorpio Compatible as Friends?

Friendships between Aries and Scorpio are volatile! This means that they are either short-lived, or a connection that forces both to grow. Self-involved Aries tends towards insensitivity. Highly sensitive Scorpio is likely to take this to heart, and when you have hurt Scorpio, you know it. They are sharp-tongued and unforgiving.

Both are also highly controlling and don’t really know how to compromise. As a result, it is very difficult for Aries and Scorpio to find common ground for a comfortable friendship.

Mutual Interests

Aries and Scorpio are likely to have shared interests, as it is this which probably brought them into each other’s orbit. Perhaps they are work colleagues or on the same sporting team.

But while these shared interests could be the source of a bond, they can also be a source of conflict. Competitive Aries may very well see Scorpio as the enemy, and Scorpio may battle with Aries to control situations.

These two may form a strong bond if they find some kind of shared enemy, as they quickly form an alliance.


Very little loyalty tends to exist between these two signs, mostly fuelled by Scorpio’s suspicious nature.

Scorpio tends to believe the worst in people, and they aren’t above snooping to find evidence to confirm their beliefs. Scorpio can easily be set off when Aries does something insensitive, as they are prone to do.

Aries will not take kindly to being accused of something they are not guilty of, or to find Scorpio snooping in their lives. They may well respond with their signature anger, which will only hurt Scorpio more and push them away.

This can completely undermine the loyalty of the relationship, as Scorpio feels no need to be loyal towards someone that they don’t trust, and Aries may well withdraw their loyalty for the same reason.

Fun & Excitement

While Aries and Scorpio are both fun people, their idea of fun can be quite different. Aries loves to do anything active and adventurous. Scorpio’s idea of a good time is getting to the bottom of a good mystery.

Their different attitudes mean that when they get together, it can be difficult to find common ground and the fun can fizzle.

Likelihood to Last

For the same reason that loyalty is likely to break down between Aries and Scorpio, any friendship that does form is unlikely to last.

These two signs have a way of pushing one another’s buttons. They step on each other’s toes as they want to control everything. Aries can easily hurt Scorpio’s feelings and set off their suspicions. Aries doesn’t take kindly to being accused of poor behavior.

The result of this course of events is usually an argument, which can be hot thanks to Aries’ fire fuelled temper. Often there is no coming back from a fight like this as Scorpio is very unforgiving once crossed.


Aries and Scorpio are generally pretty wary of each other from the outset, so there is no real opportunity to form a bond.

Scorpio is likely to be suspicious of Aries from the outset which means that they will be unlikely to confide anything serious in Aries.

Even Aries will probably be able to pick up on the fact that Scorpio is keeping their distance. For this reason, they are most likely to show Scorpio their public face than share any of their deeper thoughts.

For this reason, any bond that exists between Aries and Scorpio is likely to be limited to the superficial.

Aries and Scorpio Potential to be More Than Just Friends

They say that there is a fine line between love and hate, and the volatility that comes with mistrust can often also be fuel for passion. For this reason, Aries and Scorpio may often skip over any kind of friendship and find themselves in a relationship.

This relationship is likely to be volatile and intoxicating at the beginning, with every heated fight only being further evidence of their deep passion for one another.

But it is not destined to last, with Aries soon finding Scorpio throwing water on their fire.

Scorpio is highly sensitive. They often read more into words and actions than is really there. Since Aries are not very careful with their words, they can easily find themselves getting on Scorpio’s bad side without even realizing it. Well, that is until Scorpio says something, and their tongue is razor-sharp.

Scorpio is also highly suspicious, and will always suspect in the back of their minds that their partner is betraying them in some way. When this happens, they can often play games, hoping that their partner will prove their affection.

But Aries is open and honest with their feelings, so they will not understand this approach. They are also terrible at intuiting the rules of these games, so they are being set up to fail.

For that reason, the fire of an Aries-Scorpio relationship is likely to burn bright, but it is also likely to run out of oxygen very quickly.

Jessica has had a keen interest in the esoteric since she was a teenager, studying and practicing for many years.

More recently, she has become interested in how new age practices can be used to boost confidence and self-esteem, and help people take control of their lives and their mindsets.

An Australian abroad, Jessica has a Masters from the University of Oxford where she studied ancient religions and cult practices. After graduating, she worked for the Oxford University Museums for several years.

She now lives in Brazil where she works as a freelance writer, translator and Capoeirista.