History Characters / SwatKats

25th Dec '16 11:01:55 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: BondVillainStupidity moments aside, he has moments where he's terrifyingly brilliant. For example, Razor is faced with a WireDilemma with one of Dark Kat's bombs and is telling himself that it's "always the red wire"... and finds out that the bomb is nothing ''but'' red wires.
12th Dec '16 4:10:57 PM Nintendoman01
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* NeverMyFault: He kicks Jake and Chance off the force and reassigns them to the salvage yard to punish them for wrecking Enforcer headquarters and letting Dark Kat escape, when everything was really his fault for interfering with them to begin with.

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* NeverMyFault: He kicks Jake and Back when Chance off the force and reassigns Jake were still Enforcers, they had cornered Dark Kat, only for Feral to order them to fall back and let him handle it. When they refused, he actually knocked their jet out of the salvage yard to punish them for wrecking sky and into Enforcer headquarters headquarters, causing significant damage to the building and letting allowing Dark Kat escape, when everything to escape. Feral flat-out refused to acknowledge that the entire mess was really his fault for interfering with in the first place, even after Chance point-blank told him so, and placed all the blame on Chance and Jake, kicking them off the force and sentencing them to begin with.work at the salvage yard until they pay off the damages. It actually makes Chance and Jake upstaging him as the SWAT Kats throughout the series very satisfying.
18th Nov '16 3:04:38 PM Mario1995
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* AlasPoorVillain: The poor genius didn't quite deserve to go out as a monster.
5th Nov '16 10:42:31 PM Nintendoman01
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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: BondVillainStupidity moments aside, he has moments where he's terrifyingly brilliant. For example, Razor is faced with a WireDilemma with one of Dark Kat's bombs and is telling himself that it's "always the red wire"... and finds out that the bomb is nothing ''but'' red wires.



* ToCreateAPlaygroundForEvil: His ultimate goal is to turn Megakat City into Dark Kat City, a "capital of crime."



* MadScientist: According to the "Secret Files of the SWAT Kats," little fact files which sometimes were shown at the ends of certain episodes, his ''[[CardCarryingVillain aactual occupation]]'' is "Evil Biochemist."

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* MadScientist: According to the "Secret Files of the SWAT Kats," little fact files which sometimes were shown at the ends of certain episodes, his ''[[CardCarryingVillain aactual actual occupation]]'' is "Evil Biochemist."


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* OnlyInItForTheMoney: He tried to steal the Viper mutagen purely to sell it for money.
3rd Nov '16 3:13:33 AM Kooshmeister
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%%* {{Jerkass}}es

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%%* {{Jerkass}}es* {{Jerkass}}es: Their greatest joy in life is tormenting Chance and Jake and attempting to pick fights with them for no apparent reason.



%%* AbsentmindedProfessor

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%%* AbsentmindedProfessor * AbsentmindedProfessor: He's prone to forgetting his reading glasses, to the point of searching nonexistent pockets for them.



* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Played with. His and Purvis' flawed plant growth formula are what turn his [[DeceptiveDisciple greedy partner]] into Dr. Viper, dooming Megakat City to a neverending stream of hackneyed MadScientist plots and even getting poor Zyme himself KilledOffForReal. Oddly, he never blames himself for it, or has the finger pointed at him by anyone. Commander Feral even flat-out tells him, "It wasn't your fault, Dr. Zyme."

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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Played with. His and Purvis' flawed plant growth formula are what turn his [[DeceptiveDisciple greedy partner]] into Dr. Viper, dooming Megakat City to a neverending stream of hackneyed MadScientist plots and even ([[UncertainDoom probably]]) getting poor Zyme himself KilledOffForReal. Oddly, he never blames himself for it, or has the finger pointed at him by anyone. Commander Feral even flat-out tells him, "It wasn't your fault, Dr. Zyme."




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* UncertainDoom: WordOfGod aside, "The Giant Bacteria" never really confirms whether the bacteria monster got him or not.



* UncertainDoom: We don't know if his fall into the molten lava at the end of "The Deadly Pyramid" is the end of him. He survived being essentially vaporized in "Bride of the Pastmaster," but who can say for certain?

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* UncertainDoom: We don't know if his fall into the molten lava at the end of "The Deadly Pyramid" is the end of him. He survived [[UnexplainedRecovery survived]] being essentially vaporized in "Bride of the Pastmaster," but who can say for certain?
* UnexplainedRecovery: His being disintegrated along with his dragon in "Bride of the Pastmaster," he's back again just fine in "A Bright and Shiny Future."
3rd Nov '16 3:09:17 AM Kooshmeister
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* BigNo: As befitting his status as the SWAT Kats' arch-enemy, Big D is fond of crying "Nooooo!" whenever he gets defeated (most notably in "Katastrophe" when he gets trapped in his [[HoistByHisOwnPetard own forcefield bubble]]).



* UnexplainedRecovery: Is shot down in his ship in "The Wrath of Dark Kat," seemingly being killed, but is back again just fine in "Night of the Dark Kat." Then at the end of "Katastrophe," he blows himself, Dr. Viper ''and'' the Metallikats up rather than admit he'd lost, but once again returns just fine in "Razor's Edge."



* UnexplainedRecovery: He survives no less than three gigantic explosions in as many episodes, and keeps coming back.



* BigNo: Is fond of unleashing these whenever he's defeated. In fact, he does it in all four of his appearances.




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* UncertainDoom: We don't know if his fall into the molten lava at the end of "The Deadly Pyramid" is the end of him. He survived being essentially vaporized in "Bride of the Pastmaster," but who can say for certain?



* BigNo: Lenny Ringtail lets one fly when the asylum orderly watches ''The David Litterbin Show'' at the beginning ("Noooooo! Stop!"), and when T-Bone destroys the final bell on Madkat's cap, he, too, unleashes a pretty epic one upon being defeated.



%%* MultiArmedAndDangerous: Mutilor.

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%%* * MultiArmedAndDangerous: Mutilor.Mutilor, who possesses four ''really'' big, muscular arms.



* BigNo: Unleashes a pretty epic one when he's shattered at the end.



* MeaningfulName: A guy named ''Shard'' in an episode titled "Chaos in Crystal" winds up with crystal-based powers and a crystalline appearance. Who'd have thunk?
* MiracleGroMonster: Shard is originally only transformed into a being made of diamond. When he is knocked into a room full of diamonds, he absorbs them into his body and becomes a giant. Later, he becomes even larger right before the final battle.

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* MeaningfulName: MeaningfulName[=/=]StevenUlyssesPerhero: A guy named ''Shard'' in an episode titled "Chaos in Crystal" winds up with crystal-based powers and a crystalline appearance. Who'd have thunk?
* MiracleGroMonster: Shard is originally only transformed into a being made of diamond. When he is knocked into a room full of diamonds, he absorbs them into his body and becomes a giant. Later, he becomes even larger right before the final battle. battle.
* MotiveDecay: Big time. He starts out explicitly wanting revenge on Meece and Greenbox, even though his present condition is [[NeverMyFault entirely his own fault]], but after he turns them into crystal, he just sort of resorts to random acts of heinous crystallization, apparently for lack of anything better to do.
* NeverMyFault: He blames Warden Meece and Dr. Greenbox for his condition, even though it's ''his'' fault for foolishly trying to open the compartment in the Gemkat 6000 containing the diamonds, resulting in the explosion.



%%* OneShotCharacter
%%* RockMonster

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%%* OneShotCharacter
%%* RockMonster
* OneShotCharacter: Although he was intended to return in another episode, it never materialized.
* RockMonster: Of a sort, being made out of green crystal.
* WalkingShirtlessScene: Before his accident, he's seen working in the mines in just pants and shoes, exposing his muscular upper body.


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* BigNo: When he gets transformed. Dr. Viper replies with a BigYes.
2nd Nov '16 8:53:16 PM Kooshmeister
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* BalefulPolymorph: Courtesy of Dr. Viper, one of the more [[BodyHorror horrifying]] scenes in the show.
2nd Nov '16 8:51:04 PM Kooshmeister
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* RasputinianDeath: CoveredInGunge, mutated into a [[MegaMicrobes Mega-Microbe]] BlobMonster, and ''then'' KilledOffForReal (three times!). They ''REALLY'' did not want this guy coming back.
2nd Nov '16 8:49:02 PM Kooshmeister
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* MegaMicrobe: What Dr. Viper turns him into after he agrees to let Morbulus "help" him. Kind of. It's unclear if the monster is a giant germ, or a monster ''made'' of germs. Either way, both the episodes title and the dialogue refer to it as a "giant bacteria."

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* MegaMicrobe: [[MegaMicrobes Mega-Microbe]]: What Dr. Viper turns him into after he agrees to let Morbulus "help" him. Kind of. It's unclear if the monster is a giant germ, or a monster ''made'' of germs. Either way, both the episodes title and the dialogue refer to it as a "giant bacteria."
2nd Nov '16 8:47:58 PM Kooshmeister
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* AsteroidsMonster: Shooting the bacteria monster causes it to split apart into more bacteria monsters like an amoeba.
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