Original SWAT Kats Story

Prototype

By Sage

  • 11 Chapters
  • 5,279 Words

Chapters 8-11 Added! Alternate Universe. The Enforcers’ new prototype is coming along well…. more or less. (11 Chapters – Ongoing Series)

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Author's Notes:

Date Started: 10/6/15
Date Finished: 10/6/15

Comments: Many thanks to Kristen Sharpe for the impromptu RP of this nonsense! ?

Chapter 11

Handbook

“So, what do we know about this guy other than he’s a rejected spokeskat for a grape juice company?”

Razor looked up from the console. “Really? That was in the files?”

“No, that’s just my own theory. Momma Violet’s Grapes o’ Wrath decided he was too perfect for th’ part and turned him down on account of over-qualification. Now he’s out to take over the city ’til they take ‘im seriously.”

T-Bone grinned when he saw Razor bury his face into a hand.

“My favorite is that he’s a former judge bent on exacting his own brand of justice from the shadows,” said Razor as he returned to the screen in front of him and tapped a few keys. “At least the guys in Research were creative.”

“What does blowing up a city have ta’ do with exacting justice?”

“Megalomaniacs don’t need a reason. It’s in the Villain’s Handbook.”

T-Bone gave Razor an unreadable look through his mirror. “There’s a handbook?”

“Several hundred pages. For what it’s worth, it’s pretty funny.”

“I’m a little worried to know that you’ve read th’ whole thing.”

“Printed it out, actually. I’d like to think that I did my own research.”

“Includin’ th’ footnotes?”

Razor grinned. “Know your enemy.”

T-Bone eyed their trajectory as Megakat Canyon grew closer. “Alright. Say he does follow everything in th’ book. Anythin’ we can throw back at ‘im?”

“Plenty. Supervillains like to be showy, love hearing themselves talk and can’t do anything the easy way.” Razor typed in a few commands as the Turbokat landed. “That last part means we’re probably safe from any quick executions.”

T-Bone slid on his Glovatrix and followed Razor into the jet’s bay, mounting the Cyclotron for the remaining trek. “So, on the plus side, if we’re dangled over a pit of lava…”

“We’ll listen to him ramble until he puts us to sleep.”

“Th’ downside?”

“He’ll ramble until he puts us to sleep.”

“Roger that. You ready?”

“Affirmative.”

Then, they sped into the dark caves far below the canyon.

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