Limburger

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First Appearance: First season episode "Rock & Ride"

Lawrence Lactavius Limburger is the main villain of the series. He is the Plutarkians in charge of destroying Chicago and shipping it back to Plutark. To help him in this task, he employees Dr. Karbunkle, Greasepit, and an army of Limburger's Goons. His headquarters is a tall skyscraper and a couple of smaller buildings known as Limburger Plaza. The skyscraper is known as Limburger's Tower. Limburger had a hand in destroying Mars and Venus as well.

So how come the humans don't know he is a giant blue-green humanoid fish? Answer: one very good disguise that makes him look like a fat human with very bad body odor. And most humans don't know anything about what is going on in the greater galaxy.

Limburger actually managed to destroy a good bit of Chicago before the Biker Mice crash-landed in the city, creating the Pits outside of city limits. Since then, he has watched rather helplessly as the Biker Mice have foiled his schemes and destroyed his Tower. But he always manages to survive and rebuild.

Limburger's insults

  • For Charley: infuriating female, meddlesome mechanic, vile vixen.
  • For Mice: furry frustrations, bubonic carriers.

My Fanon:

Wars Are Won By Those Who Dare: series:

One of Limburger's latest schemes to raise operating capital, to get the pesky owners of the land out of the way, and to strike a blow at the Biker Mice at the same time was to sell the Cook County orphans to the slaver Zekpith. Unfortunately, Tala was tracking Zekpith and teamed up with the Biker Mice to stop the sell. Not only did they save the children, they also blew up his Tower yet again (read Wars Are Won By Those Who Dare: Shatter Your Illusions).

His latest scheme to rid himself of the Biker Mice involved transporting them to a set of coordinates Karbunkle had picked out. He had Greasepit kidnap Charley Davidson and used her as effective bait to send the mice to oblivion. Unfortunately, what he and Karbunkle didn't know is that those coordinates landed the Biker Mice on the Olympian Fury. But the Plutarkian wasn't highly surprised when the Biker Mice returned (read Wars Are Won By Those Who Dare: Reunions).

Limburger teamed up with Val Tech is a switching enemies deal. Tabitha Val promised to end the Biker Mice by capturing them as long as she got free access to study their DNA and a ticket off Earth when the Plutarkians conquered it. Limburger agreed to capture Val Tech's fugitives from New York City. Of course both of them ended up double-crossing each other (read Wars Are Won By Those Who Dare: Family, Friends, and Foes).

Evil Jack series:

Limburger knows about Karbunkle's experiments with Charley, but he's letting the good doctor have his fun without interference.