Guide to My SWAT Kats O.C.s!

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Guide to My SWAT Kats O.C.s!

Post by Kooshmeister » Fri Jul 12, 2019 11:04 am

Yes, this is an alphabetical character guide to the various O.C.s (original characters) I've created for my fanworks. This is intended mostly for my own use. I have it as a .txt file, but this is intended as something a little flashier with pics (if available).

WARNING!!! Spoiler heavy!

A WIP!

Albert
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One of the corrupt Deputy Mayor Balcus' henchmen in The Radical Beginning. He is next to useless, suffering from narcoleptic fits from time to time, often passing out amidst too much excitement. Balcus mostly just ignores him. He is never seen without sunglasses.

Archie
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A Megatech construction worker in Bad Vibrations. He works as a bulldozer driver on the crew building Shaft No. 9. Along with his fellow workman Hobbs, he discovers sabotage being committed by industrial spy Kudrow, only to end up being killed by one of the rock monsters Megatech's drilling has accidentally awakened from deep beneath the earth.

Commander Vitus Ashland
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Feral's shockingly young predecessor as Commander of the Enforcers, and the main reason he's stuck with Steel. It was under Ashland that Steel was promoted to lieutenant commander because Ashland fancied him a good yes-man who'd follow orders without question. Ashland himself replaced the Enforcers' first commanding officer, Invictus, who was Commissioner of the Megakat Police Department until a new anti-crime initiative combined all the regular police departments into one super crime-fighting force, the Enforcers. At Deputy Mayor Balcus' insistence, Manx replaced the aging Invictus with the more youthful and photo op friendly Ashland, little suspecting that Balcus was corrupt and so was Ashland. Ashland was in on Balcus' slow-moving coup to take over Megakat City, promising to give him the Enforcers as his own personal army. However, Ashland's corruption was uncovered, and after Balcus was seemingly killed, Ashland was stripped of his rank and replaced by then Lieutenant Ulysses Feral by Manx. Feral's first act was to order Ashland's arrest. Thereafter, the Enforcers became a force for good.

Deputy Mayor Claude Balcus
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Created as the true identity of Dark Kat for my fan script The Way We Was, later wisely retitled to The Radical Beginning in a second draft, Claude Balcus is Callie Briggs' predecessor as deputy mayor of Megakat City and the true power behind the incompetent Manx, just as Callie later would be. But whereas Callie uses her influence over Manx for good, Balcus uses it for evil, to advance his slowly-creeping goal of bringing Megakat City, and eventually the entire country, under his total control. Unlike Dark Kat, he uses ordinary kats as henchmen instead of Creeplings, although he does come from a long line of bocors, voodoo practitioners of the dark arts (thanks, Dean Koontz!), and so he is already planning on creating the Creeplings to serve as his new kingdom's workforce once he totally takes over. My explanation for his appearance as Dark Kat is that he used his power to cast a spell on himself that would heal any injury and even save him from death (a process he tests on his deceased right-hand man Todfeld, not entirely successfully), but with the cost of physical deformity. So when he dies at the end of The Radical Beginning, the spell revives him, but completely deforms him into the demonic being that would go on to take the name Dark Kat.

Dr. Belljar
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A scientist working at Megakat Biochemical Labs. He becomes administrator after Dr. Zyme's death or retirement (depending on the continuity), and heads up the project to find a cure for the surviving MASA guards from The Ci-Kat-A, working closely with the Enforcers' Dr. Konway and also meeting regularly with Callie Briggs, who is advocating on behalf of the guards' friends and families. He plays a supporting role in my fan rewrite of The Doctors of Doom.

Geoffrey Blim
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One of the technicians hired by Dark Kat to run his ship in The End of the SWAT Kats! The the other techs in the story, he is a repurposed character from the old mIRC RPG, where he served as one of Dark Kat's generals in a dark alternate future. In The End of the SWAT Kats!, both the script and regular story version, he's only in one scene. Because he is the head technician, Dark Kat blames him for the slow progress of powering the ship up and kills him. In the story, this is done by dropping him through a trapdoor and into the volcano. In the script, Dark Kat burns him into ashes with a laser blast from his cane.

Lieutenant General Finlay Boggs
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A highly-decorated and authoritarian general in the Kat Army, Lieutenant General Boggs (or just General Boggs for short) is sent along with his soldiers and the Army Air Corps to handle Dark Kat in both the script and story versions of The End of the SWAT Kats!, after Governor Clawstone loses faith in the Enforcers' ability to contain the situation. Boggs is extremely antagonistic. He has no faith in either the Enforcers (who he considers jumped up cops at best) or the SWAT Kats (who he dismisses outright as "vigilante scum"). He is also ruthlessly pragmatic, intending to destroy Dark Kat's ship whether there are any innocent people held prisoner on board or not; in the story, it is only the SWAT Kats and Felina, but in the script version, in addition to them, there are two Enforcer pilots and an entire Megakat Geological Society survey team. In both versions, Boggs is not intended to be portrayed as cruel or bloodthirsty; he merely weighs the total amount of citizens in Megakat City vs. the amount of people aboard Dark Kat's ship and decides the latter can be sacrificed if it means destroying Dark Kat. He eventually develops a grudging respect for both the Enforcers and the SWAT Kats as well as Callie, and even performs a heroic act during Dark Kat's final, desperate attempt to destroy Enforcer Headquarters.

Governor Clawstone
The governor of Megakat City's state and Mayor Manx's boss. He has very little faith in Manx and is routinely surprised at how long the old fool has managed to remain in office. Mentioned several times, sometimes by name and sometimes as just "the Governor," Clawstone has yet to physically appear.

Chuck Denit
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The extremely corrupt owner of the Megakat Nuclear Plant. He views Megatech's fledgling geothermal power project as a threat to his business, and so in Bad Vibrations, he sends industrial saboteur Kudrow to undermine their efforts. Felina arrests him at the end after his involvement in the sabotage is discovered.

Fletch
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One of the corrupt Deputy Mayor Balcus' henchmen in The Radical Beginning. After he fails to kidnap Ann Gora and gets himself arrested by then Enforcer flatfoots Chance and Jake, he is punished by being told to fight the recently resurrected Todfeld, as a test of Todfeld's cognitive abilities and strength. Todfeld easily kills him.

Gavin
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An Enforcer pilot appearing in the The End of the SWAT Kats! Named for stunt pilot James Gavin. In the story version, he gets killed accompanying Felina when Dark Kat's ship shoots down his and O'Herlihy's choppers. In the script version, both pilots survive and are taken prisoner by Dark Kat, and later rescued by the SWAT Kats.

Hobbs
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A Megatech construction worker who appears in Bad Vibrations. Due to a shortage of security personnel, he ends up standing guard with a laser rifle at the construction site for Shaft No. 9, and, along with bulldozer driver Archie, catches Kudrow in the act of mucking around with some of the construction vehicles. The two chase him, but end up being killed by a rock monster.

Dr. Ana Ignimbrite
Appearing in one version of the fanfic version of The End of the SWAT Kats!, Ana Ignimbrite is a Megakat Geological Society scientist tasked with investigating why a particular volcano has suddenly become active again. Her role is very small, and she, her team and their Enforcer escort all die after discovering that Dark Kat is behind it all, either because their helicopters slam into his ship's forcefield and fall into the volcano, or because the ship's lasers shoot them down.

Dr. Enita Ignimbrite
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A revised and slightly renamed version of Ana Ignimbrite, she appears in the script version of The End of the SWAT Kats! in a supporting role. Like her predecessor, she works for the Megakat Geological Society, and, in a sensor-equipped helicopter, does a flyover of the volcano where Dark Kat is using geothermal power provided by molten lava to fuel his ship. In addition to her own helicopter's pilot, her assistant and a grad student character, she's accompanied by Felina and two other Enforcer pilots in their own choppers as an escort. Unlike Ana, she is captured and taken prisoner instead of getting killed. She, her team and the Enforcer pilots are locked away, but later freed by T-Bone and Razor. Enita provides the Enforcers and the Army with valuable information about how Dark Kat's ship functions. She later appears in a more important role in the script for Bad Vibrations, working as a consultant for Megatech on geothermal power. She and Felina have become good friends in the interim, and even go to the beach together at the end after the whole rock monster debacle is resolved. When I eventually do a regular story version of Bad Vibrations, I'll have to deal with the whole "there was a character with the same last name as her who got killed in the story version of The End of the SWAT Kats!, and Enita and Felina consequently have no history together" thing. My current idea is to say Ana was Enita's sister, and have her and Felina bond and become friends over the course of Bad Vibrations' events.

Jablonsky
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An Enforcer officer who appears in a supporting role in The Radical Beginning. He serves as Lyman's partner and best friend, but is neither as intelligent nor as mean as him. Despite this, he lacks any real ability to think for himself, and just goes along with whatever Lyman says, including bullying Chance and Jake, although he doesn't do it with any real enthusiasm. He returns in a supporting role in The End of the SWAT Kats!, where he's shot and wounded by one of Dark Kat's armed "Stealth Creeplings." Bad Vibrations reveals he has survived and is on desk duty until he fully recovers.

Kudrow
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A tough and ruthless industrial saboteur employed by Megakat Nuclear Plant owner Chuck Denit. Denit sends him to sabotage the efforts of Megatech's Miranda Stone to get her up and coming geothermal power plant completed on time. When workers begin disappearing, he is suspected of having murdered them, but is in fact innocent despite his ruthlessness. It turns out that rock monsters dredged up from beneath the earth by Megatech's drilling are responsible for eating the missing workers. After narrowly avoiding being killed, himself, Kudrow steals Miranda's private helicopter and flies back to the Megakat Nuclear Plant, where he's promptly arrested along with Denit by the Enforcers for the acts of sabotage he committed.

Kyle
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A Megatech foreman appearing in Bad Vibrations. He is in charge of overseeing the in-progress Shaft No. 9, and along with technician Louis, helps Felina search for the missing workers Archie and Hobbs. After it is discovered that rock monsters from beneath the earth are responsible for the disappearing workmen, Kyle uses a Megatech Jeep to drive Felina and Dr. Enita Ignimbrite safely back to the geothermal power plant's main building.

Leonard
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One of the corrupt Deputy Mayor Balcus' henchmen in The Radical Beginning. After Todfeld, he is the most capable henchman serving Balcus, an extremely violent individual with no qualms about killing. He is distinguished by his striped tie.

Lickboot
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Name subject to change. He's Miranda's assistant and whipping boy in Bad Vibrations. As his (current) name implies, he's a butt-kissing suckup.

Louis
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A technician working at Megatech's geothermal power plant in Bad Vibrations. Armed with a laser rifle, he accompanies Felina Feral and his foreman, Kyle, to search for the two missing workers Archie and Hobbs, and when the three capture saboteur Kudrow, Louis insists he must've killed the missing men. It turns out he's wrong when a rock monster, one of several responsible for the missing workers, attacks the group and eats Louis.

Lyman
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An Enforcer officer who appears in a supporting role in The Radical Beginning. An extremely arrogant and combative individual, he and his partner Jablonsky effectively serve as thugs for Commander Ashland and Lieutenant Commander Steel. Lyman in particular has a strong dislike for Chance Furlong, for reasons Chance can't quite figure out. After Ashland is revealed as a puppet of the corrupt Deputy Mayor Balcus and ousted, Lyman and his partner stay on as Enforcers after Feral becomes the new commander, but due to their closeness with the corrupt Ashland, the duo wisely remain in the background, which is how I explain their absence in the main series. They return in a supporting role in The End of the SWAT Kats!, among the Enforcers who arrest T-Bone and Razor after Burke and Murray find the hangar. After the pair are unmasked as Chance and Jake, Lyman takes sadistic pleasure in putting them in a cell with Hard Drive. When Dark Kat sends armed Creeplings to kill the two, Lyman is shot, but survives. Bad Vibrations reveals that Felina has him on desk duty until he's fully healed.

Nicholas Marlow
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Another one of Dark Kat's technicians in The End of the SWAT Kats! Like Blim and Zeckis, he is a repurposed Dark General character from the old mIRC RPG. The youngest of the three, he is also the smuggest and most cocky. After Blim is killed, Marlow is promoted into his place and takes great pleasure in bossing the meek Zeckis around. Marlow is given the task of sending Creeplings to kill the recently unmasked SWAT Kats in the Enforcer lockup, but when the Creeplings fail, Marlow is unfairly blamed for it by the increasingly unhinged Dark Kat and killed. How he dies varies. In the regular story version, he's simply zapped by Dark Kat's cane and burned into ashes. In the script, he is grabbed by two of the newly-birthed "Stalkers" (essentially roid-rage Creeplings) and lowered into acidic slime and melted. I may change his fate if I do a subsequent draft of either version, as a friend of mine who I won't name thinks he's sexy and doesn't want him to get killed.

Jenny Merrell
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A minor but important character appearing in the script version of The End of the SWAT Kats!, who has yet to make an appearance in the story version. She's a teller at the First Bank of Megakat City. When a group of robbers break in, it is through Jenny's heroism and sacrifice that the Enforcers and the SWAT Kats are alerted; she risks (and gives) her life to hit a silent alarm, but it spotted by one of the robbers and shot.

District Attorney Mills
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The district attorney for Megakat City, D.A. Mills plays a small but important role in The End of the SWAT Kats! Initially an antagonistic character who views the SWAT Kats with disdain, he is tasked by Manx and Feral with bringing a case against the unmasked Chance and Jake in court, which puts him in direct opposition to Callie. He also ends up becoming Feral's enemy as well when Feral frees the SWAT Kats, who he asks to go rescue Felina (alone in the story, accompanied by other hostages in the script) from Dark Kat's ship. In the end, Callie helps him after Manx abandons Megakat City to Dark Kat's tender mercies and she finds Mills, confused and afraid, hiding in Manx's office. He later assists Callie in finding a way to try and persuade General Boggs and his men to leave, and also plays a pivotal role in supporting her as acting mayor and finding a solution to the whole "the SWAT Kats are breaking the law" problem.

Munro
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A technician working at Megatech's geothermal power plant in Bad Vibrations. He gets killed by one of the rock monsters.

Murdoch
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My take on the nameless leader of the escaped prisoners from The Doctors of Doom, who plays an important supporting role in my fan rewrite. Nicknamed "Murderin' Murdoch," although it's unclear if he has ever actually committed murder. His fellow cons call him "Murd" for short. In name and personality, I based him on the leader of the little clique of disorderly Project Perseus soldiers from Lazer Team. Murdoch escapes from Enforcer custody along with four comrades and stumbles upon Dr. Viper's swamp lair. Although one of his fellow cons is eaten by Viper's mushroom monster, he and the other three are bitten by Viper's erstwhile ally Harley Street, and become his Ci-Kat-A thralls. Murdoch exhibits the most autonomy and serves as Street's second-in-command throughout the story, and progresses the furthest of the four converted convicts by growing wings and starting to grow mandibles. Nevertheless, the same cure which is used on everyone else by the Enforcers is used on Murdoch near the end, and he reverts to an ordinary kat. He runs away and currently is at large.

O'Herlihy
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An Enforcer pilot appearing in the The End of the SWAT Kats! Named for a doomed Enterprise crew member in the Star Trek episode Arena. In the story version, he gets killed accompanying Felina when Dark Kat's ship shoots down his and his fellow pilot Gavin's choppers. In the script version, both pilots survive and are taken prisoner by Dark Kat, and later rescued by the SWAT Kats.

Tim O'Mally
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Callie's assistant during her time as A.D.A., from before she became deputy mayor. Tim is a very minor character in The Radical Beginning and gets killed by Todfeld.

Peterson
An atomic engineer employed at the Megakat Nuclear Plant. Essentially my named version of the "Stop, this is a secured area!" guy from The Wrath of Dark Kat and The Ci-Kat-A. He has a small role in my fan rewrite of The Doctors of Doom, where Feral tasks him with shutting down the plant's reactor before the mutated Dr. Harley Street can breach it. Unfortunately, Street breaks into the control room before he can finish, and Peterson flees. He's named for Peterson, the atomic engineer who gets killed in the invisible brain-sucking monster movie Fiend Without a Face. I originally gave him the first name Homer, but changed my mind.

Captain Pomeroy
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Originally named Captain Montmorency (!), Pomeroy is Lieutenant General Boggs' second in command. He shares his commanding officer's lack of faith in the Enforcers and the SWAT Kats and is extremely smug.

Rodrigez
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A recruit to the Enforcers' new Radical Squadron initiative headed by Chance and Jake at Callie's insistence in The End of the SWAT Kats!, although he himself doesn't actually appear in that story. Instead, he and his fellow squadron members Chuck and Yeager make their debut in Bad Vibrations, helping kill the rock monsters attacking Megatech's geothermal power plant. He's named for Lieutenant Rodrigez, an old Enforcer character I used in the first version of my fanfic Return of the Giant Bacteria. Rodrigez the Enforcer lieutenant was kind of an idiot and got killed, but Rodrigez the Radical Squadron members is smart and capable and has so far survived.

Scarlatti
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Known simply as "The Leader" in the script version of The End of the SWAT Kats!, Scarlatti is the leader of a gang of bank robbers who rob the First Bank of Megakat City, killing the assistant manager and a teller in the process. He believes that the SWAT Kats are too busy dealing with supervillains to bother with ordinary criminals like him. He's wrong. Although he and his henchmen successfully escape from the Enforcers in their waiting getaway helicopter, they do not elude the SWAT Kats, who capture the criminals by literally snatching their chopper out of the air with a Shark Missile and delivering them all but gift-wrapped to Feral. Scarlatti and his men all promptly surrender and are arrested. They've yet to appear in the regular story version. He's named for Enzo Scarlatti, which is revealed to be the real name of the nefarious Dr. Giovanni Gregori in Alistair MacLean's biological terrorism novel The Satan Bug.

Captain Slammer
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Created for one of the many revisions of my fan rewrite of Chaos in Crystal (I think he first appeared in the second draft), Slammer is the guard captain at Megakat Maximum Security Prison. In physical design, I based him on R. Lee Ermey, and in terms of personality, he's sort of a mellowed out Byron Hadley from The Shawshank Redemption or Sickle from Dead to Rights. I created him both because I thought the guards needed a captain, and because it was my intention that he'd replace Meece as the prison warden following the episode's events.

Stan
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Nicknamed "Big Stan" because of his height and weight, Stan serves as the ostensible manager of Megatech's geothermal power plant in Bad Vibrations. However, he lacks any real authority due to constant visits from CEO Miranda Stone and her assistant "Lickboot" who breathe down his neck all the time and question his competence, even though he really does know what he's doing. He's based on the overweight Paddock 11 supervisor Nick Letting from Jurassic World.

Carl Stenbrook
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A minor character from the script version of The End of the SWAT Kats! He has yet to appear in the story version. The assistant manager of the First Bank of Megakat City, he gets killed by a gang of bank robbers when they break in and he attempts to heroically intervene.

Alderson Stern, Sr.
The founder of Puma-Dyne. He is the one who brought Professor Hackle on board after Mega War II to design weapons. He is currently deceased.

Alderson Stern, Jr.
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Stern, Sr.'s son and the current CEO of Puma-Dyne. A profit-driven pragmatist, he is the principal reason Hackle resigned from the company, after he advocated converting the Macro-Bots Goliath and Prowler into war mechs against Hackle's wishes. Stern dismissed Hackle as an unrealistic idealist who was wasting his talent, whilst Hackle dismissed Stern the younger as a greedy warmonger trying too hard to be his father. In my head canon, it was Stern, Jr. who Hackle was yelling at over the phone in Metal Urgency, and the ease with which the Blue Manx, the Behemoth and later the Macro-Bots were stolen and used for evil purposes caused Stern to reconsider Hackle's words, which led to Stern giving the go-ahead to his scientists Cougar and Ohm's idea for a device capable of shutting down weapon systems, and renewed cooperation with MASA with the creation of the Mega-Beam, a satellite designed for peaceful purposes to stop earthquakes. Much to Stern's annoyance, however, even those were taken and perverted for evil. Nevertheless, despite being primarily a weapons manufacturer, Stern, Jr. is determined that the company his father started will go down in history for also providing peacetime innovations, and he has refused to give up on the Mega-Beam project and is even listening to Hackle about a joint venture with Mayor Manx involving worker robots.

Steven
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A security guard at Megakat Biochemical Labs in my fan rewrite of The Doctors of Doom. In particular, it is his task to guard the top secret lab where the surviving MASA guards from The Ci-Kat-A are kept for study and treatment. Despite his important position, his is flippant, referring to the five imprisoned drones as "the freak show." When Dr. Street breaks in, he bites Steven, converting him into a Ci-Kat-A so he can enter his security code, allowing Street to gain access to the lab and free the drones. Although he slowly turns into a Ci-Kat-A himself over the course of the story, his transformation is eventually reversed when the Enforcers, with unexpected help from Dr. Viper, develop a cure for the Ci-Kat-A bite.

Dr. Miranda Stone
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Originally named Miranda Piedra, she is the CEO of Megatech, one of Megakat City's foremost power companies (which originates from Lance Falk's unused episode idea Cold War). Megatech specializes in alternative power research. In my fan script Bad Vibrations, Miranda is driven to outperform her business rival Chuck Denit and prove the feasibility of geothermal power over nuclear power. In so doing, however, she pushes construction of the latest geothermal power shaft, Shaft No. 9, to the limit, and the drilling awakens rock monsters from deep underground. Fearful of bad publicity which will get the project shut down, she initially ignores Enita Ignimbrite's insistence on bringing in the Enforcers, but reluctantly relents once Felina Feral becomes involved, and even helps defeat the monsters.

Mr. Stuffington
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A minor character from the script version of The End of the SWAT Kats! He has yet to appear in the story version. He's the manager of the First Bank of Megakat City, which gets robbed.

Terry
A very minor character in The Radical Beginning. He's an Enforcer officer friend of Chance and Jake's. He later has a cameo in The End of the SWAT Kats!

Todfeld
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In public, Todfeld is the aide of Callie's predecessor, Deputy Mayor Claude Balcus. Privately, however, he serves as the corrupt politician's personal enforcer and the leader of his henchmen. Unswervingly loyal to Balcus, he is killed early in The Radical Beginning, but Balcus, who later becomes Dark Kat, uses black magic to resurrect Todfeld (whose name is in fact nonsense-German for "Deathfield") into an unstoppable zombie killing machine answerable to him alone. The process wasn't entirely successful; Todfeld returns as a savage and nearly mindless beast incapable of speech, however he will obey Balcus and possesses immense physical strength, so Balcus considers it a good tradeoff. He serves as the primary physical antagonist for Enforcer flatfoots Chance and Jake (especially Chance) in the script.

Whitey
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One of the corrupt Deputy Mayor Balcus' henchmen in The Radical Beginning, so nicknamed because of the shock of prematurely white hair he has. Along with his fellow henchman Fletch, he not only fails to kidnap Ann Gora, but is arrested by Chance and Jake. Commander Ashland gets the duo freed, but they're punished by being made to fight Todfeld. He kills them both.

Mortimer Zeckis
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One of three technicians hired by Dark Kat to run his ship in The End of the SWAT Kats! because of how increasingly useless he perceives his Creeplings to be becoming. Originally he was General Zeckis, a character created for the mIRC RPG as part of a dark future where Dark Kat ran Megakat City. Based on Admiral Piett from The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi, Zeckis was the meekest of the four Dark Generals serving under Major General Manx. In The End of the SWAT Kats!, Zeckis is the oldest of a trio that includes himself, Geoffrey Blim and Nicholas Marlow (themselves reused RPG characters), and once again the meekest and the most nervous and unsure about what they're doing, but is doing it for the money. He becomes increasingly uncomfortable with his employer's actions, such as torturing a captive Felina Feral for information and threatening to kill her, as well as the fact the increasingly emotionally and mentally unhinged Dark Kat gruesomely kills both of his predecessors as head technician for minor offenses. Suddenly finding himself in the very unwanted position of being responsible for running the entire ship, Zeckis is convinced by Felina that it's only a matter of time before Dark Kat finds some reason to kill him like he did Blim and Marlow, and Zeckis ends up betraying his boss and helping her and the SWAT Kats bring the ship down from the inside by sabotaging the engines.
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Re: Guide to My SWAT Kats O.C.s!

Post by marklungo » Mon Jul 15, 2019 1:43 am

Very interesting characters and designs! I hope Jenny Merrell survives, though.
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Re: Guide to My SWAT Kats O.C.s!

Post by Kooshmeister » Mon Jul 15, 2019 6:39 am

Assuming I end up using the bank robbery sequence as the ending to the regular story version, she may.
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