History Fridge / DuckTales

5th Apr '17 7:36:46 PM HeroGal2347
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* While Launchpad's...unique flying style can partially be explained by his CloudCuckoolander tendencies, there is another potential explanation. Launchpad was probably taught how to fly at least partially by his parents. Launchpad's flying the way he flew as a member of the Flying [=McQuack=]s, like a barnstormer, not like a private pilot.
19th Dec '16 3:28:07 PM Iamabrawler
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* In DuckTales Remastered, it suddenly makes a lot of sense why the Beagle Boys show up in nearly every single level, despite fleeing from the Money Bin without the treasure map in the first level. [[spoiler:They work for Glomgold, who works with Magica, bwho made that map and sold it to Scrooge in the first place. She knew where to sent them already.]]

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* In DuckTales Remastered, it suddenly makes a lot of sense why the Beagle Boys show up in nearly every single level, despite fleeing from the Money Bin without the treasure map in the first level. [[spoiler:They work for Glomgold, who works with Magica, bwho who made that map and sold it to Scrooge in the first place. She knew where to sent them already.]]
19th Dec '16 2:28:53 PM Iamabrawler
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* In DuckTales Remastered, it suddenly makes a lot of sense why the Beagle Boys show up in nearly every single level, despite fleeing from the Money Bin without the treasure map in the first level. [[spoiler:They work for Glomgold, who works with Magica, bwho made that map and sold it to Scrooge in the first place. She knew where to sent them already.]]



* In the original NES game, there's a moment where Scrooge rides in a cart with his nephews, and the player has to get Scrooge to jump out to a nearby platform. So..... [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse what happens to the nephews?]]

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* In the original NES game, there's a moment where Scrooge rides in a cart with his nephews, and the player has to get Scrooge to jump out to a nearby platform. So..... [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse what happens to the nephews?]]nephews?]]
* In the Remastered game, how could Glomgold and the Beagle Boys breathe on the Moon? We get an explanation for Scrooge, but none for his opponents.
7th Dec '16 3:31:22 PM Gouken20xx
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* The theme song for DuckTales has always gone on about 'rewriting history'. DuckTales2017 and DuckTales Remastered both LITERALLY rewrite history, the latter by completely rearranging the original game and fixing several glaring errors, including it's BlindIdiotTranslation, to make a functionally identical game, but with a much more understandable play style.
16th Nov '16 8:02:38 PM HeroGal2347
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* In "[[Recap/DuckTalesS1E5NothingToFear Nothing to Fear]]", Scrooge gets thrown out the window by the evil versions of his nephews conjured by Magica. It would be easy to assume that maybe Magica's sorcery created the magical equivalent of HardLight holograms, except that later Scrooge wanders in on Doofus struggling with his own fears, and there's nothing there. That means that whatever Magica's illusions do to a person, they do something like that to themselves. Everyone was lucky their fear illusions didn't resort to anything too violent.
2nd Oct '16 8:39:40 AM Tailikku
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* Why are there Beagle Boys in the African Mines in the game? Simple: They're working for Glomgold who, being an Africaaner himself, owns the mines.
2nd Sep '16 4:12:59 PM HeroGal2347
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* A heavy dose from "The Golden Fleecing", in which Launchpad is nearly killed by a dragon. Just try not to think too hard about what happened to the ''other'' people who happened on the island or came there hunting the fleece.
23rd Jul '16 5:59:15 PM HeroGal2347
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* In "[[Recap/DuckTalesS1E17LaunchpadsFirstCrash Launchpad's First Crash]]", why would the men and women stop arguing over who was going to lead the rescue mission when Launchpad took charge of it? Because it's a [[TakeAThirdOption third option]] that allows both of them to do what they want (rescuing Grunta) while not backing down from their positions. The men aren't giving in because Launchpad is a male, and the women aren't giving in because Launchpad isn't one of ''their'' men with whom they're having the argument.
28th Feb '16 7:19:27 AM Brandon
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* From ''[[VideoGame/DuckTales DuckTales: Remastered]]'', Scrooge will sometimes comment (upon picking up large gems) that he's "never seen a gem like ''this'' before." And yet, you've likely been picking them up left and right up till that moment...

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* From ''[[VideoGame/DuckTales DuckTales: Remastered]]'', Scrooge will sometimes comment (upon picking up large gems) that he's "never seen a gem like ''this'' before." And yet, you've likely been picking them up left and right up till that moment...moment...
* In the original NES game, there's a moment where Scrooge rides in a cart with his nephews, and the player has to get Scrooge to jump out to a nearby platform. So..... [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse what happens to the nephews?]]
11th Aug '15 2:30:22 AM HeroGal2347
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* [[Recap/DuckTalesS1E26TheGoldenFleecing The Golden Fleecing]]" featured harpies, which seems odd, [[FurryConfusion as the main characters are actually all anthropomorphic birds.]] FridgeBrilliance sets in when you realize that'd make the harpies look monstrous [[HumanoidAbomination to them]].

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* [[Recap/DuckTalesS1E26TheGoldenFleecing "[[Recap/DuckTalesS1E26TheGoldenFleecing The Golden Fleecing]]" featured harpies, which seems odd, [[FurryConfusion as the main characters are actually all anthropomorphic birds.]] FridgeBrilliance sets in when you realize that'd make the harpies look monstrous [[HumanoidAbomination to them]].
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