Updated June 22nd, 2018 4:08 am by MoDaD
MoreA communications device used to summon the SWAT Kats in times of danger. It was similar in appearance and function to Callie Briggs’ communicator, except with a blue button in lieu of a red one. Following the ordeal with the gargoyles at Skycor Towers, T-Bone gave one such beeper to Felina Feral. Although she initially refused it, she was urged t…
Updated June 22nd, 2018 4:07 am by Kooshmeister
MoreA planned highrise apartment building which was under construction in Megakat City. Its slogan was “Luxury Living At An Affordable Price.” At the time of a gruesome string of murders which were hitting the city, Skycor was proceeding ahead of schedule, much to the satisfaction of the foreman. After the discovery of Geno Furness’ body, a vigil…
Updated June 22nd, 2018 4:03 am by Kooshmeister
MoreThe Moorkroft Philharmonic Hall was a modernistic concert hall located in Megakat City. It was built using money provided by its namesake, Katrina Moorkroft. She and Commander Feral went there on a date, as did Callie Briggs and Razor, attending the inaugurable performance of the orchestra, who played “The Fur Seasons” by Purvaldi. During the p…
Updated June 22nd, 2018 4:02 am by Kooshmeister
MoreMegakat Trucking was a trucking company in Megakat City. One of its employees was one of Katrina Moorkroft’s victims. His body was found in a vacant lot.
Updated June 22nd, 2018 4:01 am by Kooshmeister
MoreA company located at the Megakat Docks. One of its employees, Geno Furness, became the sixth victim of the succubus Katrina Moorkroft.
Updated June 22nd, 2018 4:00 am by Kooshmeister
MoreA river running through Megakat City, where Felina Feral and Sgt. Talon discovered the body of Geno Furness.
Updated June 22nd, 2018 3:59 am by Kooshmeister
MoreA radio station in Megakat City. They broadcast the Moorkroft Philharmonc’s playing of “The Fur Seasons.”
Updated June 22nd, 2018 3:54 am by Kooshmeister
MoreThe Enforcers’ crime scene technicians. They investigated Geno Furness’ car in the hope of finding clues as to his whereabouts after his disappearance.
Updated June 22nd, 2018 3:51 am by Kooshmeister
MoreA co-worker of Geno Furness’ at the Megakat Shipyards. He and another dockworker tried to persuade Geno to come bowling with them, but he declined.
Updated June 22nd, 2018 3:50 am by Kooshmeister
MoreThe Buttermilk Lounge was a location in Megakat City. T-Bone, working on the Turbokat and bored by the Megakat Public Radio broadcast of Purvaldi’s “The Fur Seasons,” changed his radio to an Enforcer band, and overheard the dispatcher mention the Buttermilk was the site of a 211 (a robbery in progress). Officers were reported as being en route.
Updated June 22nd, 2018 3:49 am by Kooshmeister
MoreThe Airbag Missile was a missile utilized by the SWAT Kats. It resembled an ordinary missile until it detonated against the ground, whereupon it released an enormous cushioning airbag, intended to catch falling kats and break their fall. The missile was used twice, first to save Callie Briggs, Felina Feral and Dr. Abby Sinian when they were knocked…
Updated June 22nd, 2018 3:48 am by Kooshmeister
MoreMoorkroft Manor was the home of Katrina Moorkroft, located in Megakat City’s “high-rent” district. It was accessible via an automatically-opening gate, and featured a grand dining room and an observatory accessible from the ground floor by a spiral staircase. Day to day affairs were overseen by Laszlo, the butler. The observatory was where Ka…
Updated June 22nd, 2018 3:29 am by MoDaD
MoreConcealed missile launchers on the top of the Turbokat. Used to fire a pair of pincer missiles to dislodge an aggressive giant frog that had latched onto the jet mid-flight. Unintentionally, the missiles sent the Giant Frog careening into Enforcer Headquarters, causing moderate damage, much to the annoyance of Commander Feral. This ultimately prove…
Updated June 22nd, 2018 2:39 am by MoDaD
MoreSignature weapon of the SWAT Kats. This less-than lethal missile is used to capture and restrain a target. Another variation of the missile is the mini-octopus missile which is fired from the Glovatrix.
Updated June 22nd, 2018 2:32 am by MoDaD
MoreAn ornate observatory on the second floor of Moorkroft Manor, allowing for optimal stargazing and astronomical pursuits. Katrina Moorkroft, however, used it as a room to drain her victims, who were usually tied to a pillar in the center of the room awaiting their fate. Katrina drained the Skycor Towers foreman in the observatory, and attempted to d…
Updated June 22nd, 2018 2:23 am by MoDaD
MoreRadiation-suited technicians who work at the Megakat Nuclear Plant. When Dark Kat’s Creeplings broke in, one of the technicians tried to stop them and was flung aside. When the Creeplings used the case they were carrying to smash the glass surrounding the nuclear fuel rods, another technician cried out that they’d breached the reactor and order…
Updated June 22nd, 2018 2:19 am by MoDaD
MoreRadioactive material used in the manufacture of nuclear power. In the Megakat Nuclear Plant’s main reactor room, they were kept contained within a glass cylinder filled with water. Twice, the reactor was broken into; first by the Creeplings, who stole the fuel rods for use in Dark Kat’s Doomsday Device, and then again by the lead Ci-Kat-A, who ate the rods in order to grow larger.
Updated June 22nd, 2018 2:15 am by MoDaD
MoreCollars developed by Dark Kat that could induce pain in the Metallikats. He used these devices to control them, which built up their resentment to the point that Dr. Viper was able to renegotiate a deal with them and secretly remove them in the event of needing to turn on Dark Kat – an act that proved necessary when Dark Kat ordered the Metallikats to kill Dr. Viper.
Updated June 19th, 2018 2:32 pm by Kooshmeister
MoreAn enormous nest created by Dr. Viper’s mutant killer wasps, inside of which Viper held the captive Callie Briggs, Mayor Manx and Dr. Zyme.
Updated June 19th, 2018 2:26 pm by Kooshmeister
MoreGiant mutated mosquitoes commanded by Dr. Viper that shot out paralyzing fluids.
Updated June 19th, 2018 2:24 pm by Kooshmeister
MoreMutated by Dr. Viper and used to defend the mad scientist’s operations at Megakat Biochemcial, they were eventually destroyed by the SWAT Kats in an oil refinery explosion.
Updated June 19th, 2018 2:08 pm by Kooshmeister
MoreA pet store where Dr. Viper found and mutated most of the creatures making up his mutant army when he flooded Megakat City with Katalyst X-63.
Updated June 19th, 2018 2:04 pm by Kooshmeister
MoreThe obstacle course was an area of the salvage yard that Chance and Jake used to keep in shape. It included piles of scrap to climb over, and a pool of oily water which they swung over. More or less, a curde version of the reflex-room. It was on the obstacle course that Jake discovered Chance couldn’t swim, when Chance’s rope broke while swingi…
Updated June 19th, 2018 1:48 pm by Kooshmeister
MoreUnfortunate homeless kat who was the first casualty during Dr. Viper’s release of Katalyst X-63 into Megakat City’s water works, which caused the organic life in the city to mutate into horrible monstrous mutants.
Updated June 19th, 2018 1:26 pm by MoDaD
MoreThis seemingly abandoned factory was the location the Alliance of Evil (Dark Kat, Dr. Viper and the Metallikats) held Mayor Manx and Deputy Mayor Briggs hostage at to lure the SWAT Kats into an ambush. Using concealed surface-to-air missile batteries on the roof, Dark Kat destroyed the approaching Turbokat – piloted by remote control – lulling …