Armed security guards at Puma-Dyne in the alternate dimension. They came in two distinct varieties; more conventional guards in uniforms with peaked caps, and guards in full body armor similar to that worn by Enforcer commandos but with a different color scheme and the Puma-Dyne logo (a stylized “PD”) on their outfits in place of the Enforcer “M” logo. When the SWAT Kats, having been catapulted accidentally into the alternate dimension, broke into Puma-Dyne in an attempt to acquire the Mega-Detonator before their evil selves did, they made a point of avoiding open conflict with both of the guards they encountered, while the Dark SWAT Kats went out of their way to engage them and knock them out.
Note that since Puma-Dyne’s security personnel are only seen in the alternate universe in The Dark Side of the SWAT Kats, it is unknown if how they dress there is how they dress in the “main” universe.
Prettyshadowj26 wrote:Kooshmeister wrote:I fear for the Feral pony. Without his Chin of Power, how will he lead the Enforcers? That's A Nightmare Hah, horse pun ^^At least Feral H…
Quite frankly, Mr. Clawson, I'm looking to hire out bodyguards for myself while I'm conducting my business in Megakat City. My assistant insisted on a police escort so I naturally thought of Chance. But since you both are no longer with the Enforces and you have the proper background, I would like to hire you."
"Bodyguards?" Jake repeated. "Do you mind explaining to me, Ms. Furfax, exactly why you would be needing them?"
With a small motion, Tawny had a card in her hand and smoothy handed it to Jake. "Furfax Industries is one of the biggest privately owned technological engineers in the world just short of government owned facilities like Pumadyne. As CEO, that alone makes me a target.
"But my main concern while here is that page three story."
"The trial?" Jake asked.
Chance's face darkened with disapproval.
"I'm not allowed to go into the details, but I am going to be a witness at the trial. The Bombays are a very powerful mafia family, both here and in Purrson Heights. I've already had several attempts on my life, trying to scare me away from testifying. I won't sugar coat it, Mr. Clawson, if you take the job, chances are you will be in danger. I have already lost my previous bodyguards to gunshot injuries. No fatalities as of yet, but-"
"But there's always a first time," Jake responded.
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