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MoreWarden Cyrus Meece was the warden of Megakat Maximum Security Prison whose greedy exploitation of his prisoners in order to get wealthy ultimately led to his undoing. Meece instituted a new work program wherein inmates of the prison could shave time off their sentences by digging for diamonds in the nearby mines. He hired Dr. Lieter Greenbox to bui…
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MoreTraag is the second-in-command of the alien water pirate Mutilor. He appears to be vaguely reptilian, with a crocodile-like snout, spindly arms, and tapering tendrils/tentacles. He always addressed Mutilor as “Lord” Mutilor. He mostly remained on the bridge of the purloined Aqueon water freighter with Mutilor, monitoring the controls, although …
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MoreMutilor was the leader of a group of alien space pirates who hijacked an Aqueon spaceship to steal all of the planet’s water and sell it to a race known as the Sahavi. Physically imposing, all of Mutilor’s henchmen unquestionably follow his orders, most notably his lieutenant, Traag. At first Mutilor was unimpressed with the resistance offered …
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MoreMembers of Captain Grimalkin’s crew who were imprisoned with him. After being freed, they helped the SWAT Kats retake the ship as much as they could, given their species’ pacifist tendencies. After Mutilor was killed and the Aqueon ship retaken, the technicians repaired the Turbokat using their “high-speed space technology.”
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MoreFighter craft of Mutilor’s pilot squadron used to attack the Enforcers. The majority of the squadron was later destroyed by the Turbokat.
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MoreMembers of Captain Grimalkin’s crew who were imprisoned with him. After being freed, they helped the SWAT Kats retake the ship as much as they could, given their species’ pacifist tendencies, and in fact were so timid they initially ran away when Mutilor’s face appeared onscreen. After Mutilor was killed, they arrested Traag and the rest of Mutilor’s henchmen.
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MoreHenchmen of Mutilor who flew his Marauder fighters. They were the same race as the guards aboard the stolen Aqueon ship.
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MoreLarge alien brutes who followed the space pirate Mutilor’s orders. Commanded by a captain, they served as guards aboard the stolen Aqueon water freighter. When T-Bone and Razor boarded the ship, they had to contend with dozens of these henchmen, but they ultimately defeated them all. Along with Traag the surviving henchmen were taken into custody by the Aqueons.
Added June 10th, 2018 7:04 pm
MorePark dedicated to Mayor Manx that also served as the public debut of Dr. Viper’s Giant Bacteria creatures.
Added June 10th, 2018 6:59 pm
MoreA small farm located on the outskirts of Megakat City, owned by a farmer. Before heading into the city to steal Katalyst 99, Dr. Viper and his bacteria monster stopped off at the farm, where the creature ate a cow and then the farmer.
Added June 10th, 2018 6:57 pm
MoreThe farmer worked on a farm in the outskirts of Megakat City. One morning, hearing his cow mooing in distress, he came out of his barn to discover Dr. Viper’s bacteria monster in the process of gobbling her up. As the creature advanced on him, he raised his pitchfork to defend himself, only to be seized by Dr. Viper’s tail and fed alive to the monster.
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MoreA particularly polluted and lifeless area of Megakat Swamp which was the domain of Dr. Viper. It is filled with enormous, malformed dead trees, the largest of which serves as Viper’s lair.
Added June 10th, 2018 6:53 pm
MoreA missile resembling a large injection needle filled with the most powerful antibiotics known, this was made up on short notice for Commander Feral by Dr. Zyme to use against giant bacteria monsters. Unfortunately it only stopped one of them momentarily, causing a cement like reaction to its body. It was able to break free after the outer coating c…
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MoreA cow belonging to a farmer living on the outskirts of Megakat City. While she was grazing outside of the barn, she was attacked and eaten by Dr. Viper’s bacteria monster. She was the first thing eaten by the creature.
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MoreA mutant strain of bacteria invented by Dr. Viper and used to turn Morbulus into a giant bacteria monster.
Added June 10th, 2018 6:59 am
MoreThe giant bacteria were monstrous purple germ creatures created by Dr. Viper when he mutated his fellow evildoer Morbulus. Following Morbulus’ horrific mutation, he was used by Dr. Viper in his attempt to raid Megakat Biochemical Labs. The practically indestructible monster would divide into more of itself whenever hit with conventional weaponry,…
Added June 10th, 2018 6:25 am
MoreMorbulus was one of the villains encountered by the SWAT Kats early in their career as vigilantes. He literally has eyes in the back of his head, giving him 360-degree vision and making him difficult to take by surprise. Morbulus attempted to destroy all the oil refineries in Megakat City, in a spree dubbed by the media as the “Refinery Reign of …
Added June 10th, 2018 6:07 am
MoreA handheld communicator utilized by the Enforcers, which was capable of being tracked, and was different from the walkie-talkies they also employed. Commander Feral carried one with him when he sneaked aboard the Fear Ship. Callie Briggs and Mayor Manx to maintain vocal contact with the SWAT Kats during their quest to get the anti-mutagens from Meg…
Added June 10th, 2018 6:04 am
MoreLocated in Megakat Desert the Nuclear Plant was often the target of unusual events, such as Dark Kat stealing core material and Ci-Kat-a aliens eating core material. Another power plant located closer to the city near the coast was also a target of Volcanus, but the fire demon was stopped by the SWAT Kats before it could reach it.
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MoreA sacred stone carving on Anakata Island, whose presence kept the fire demon Volcanus asleep. But when the stone was accidentally crushed by a bulldozer, it freed Volcanus.
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MoreMr. Young was the owner of a large foreign corporation who sought to invest in Megakat City. He was accompanied everywhere two silent assistants. He usually had bad luck. When Mayor Manx attempted to persuade him to move his corporate headquarters to the Megakat Tower, their plans were spoiled by Dr. Viper’s Plantimals. After the building was nea…
Added June 10th, 2018 5:58 am
MoreEnforcer control room technicians responsible for maintaining constant contact between Enforcer Headquarters and their units in the field. While searching for the Metallikats during their first appearance, T-Bone tuned in to an Enforcer band and listened to a dispatcher alerting all units to an out of control armored vehicle, which turned out to be…
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MoreTracked Enforcer gun carriers used to defend the Megakat Nuclear Plant from Volcanus. However, they were no match for the giant demon and were destroyed by his fire breath. Later, the halftracks were used against Zed in an effort to prevent him from acquiring the Mega-Beam, but they failed. When Zed was destroyed and fell apart, the Enforcers aband…
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MoreNative to Anakata Island this resident knew of the fire demon Volcanus and the Talisman Stone that kept the creature asleep. He vainly attempted to stop developmental construction in the hopes of preventing the Talisman from being destroyed. Being dubbed as simply “a buncha superstitious houdjo nonsense,” by Mayor Manx his attempts failed.
Added June 10th, 2018 5:49 am
MoreThe driver of Mayor Manx’s personal hydrofoil speedboat at Anakata Island. When Volcanus was released the driver was instrumental in getting Manx, Mr. Young, Young’s two associates and an islander safely across the bay to Megakat City. His quick reflexes allowed him to dodge multiple fireballs thrown by the demon. When Volcanus reached the dock…