History Headscratchers / DuckTales

23rd Apr '17 5:26:44 AM HarpieSiren
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*** Anselmo definitely sounded quite new to the role, to the point that it's actually more dificult to understand Donald than usual.
15th Mar '17 11:28:57 AM HeroGal2347
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** Some possibilities: MoneyDearBoy. Despite it all, flying Launchpad is actually cheaper than hiring a conventional pilot, possibly due to other pilots charging higher rates for Scrooge as the world's richest duck. Or, it could be that in a strange way, he considers Launchpad a part of his family as well, so he accepts vehicle costs as a necessary drawback to keeping him around. Or, it could be that despite his problems with landing, Launchpad is actually the greatest driver in the Ducktales universe, since he's at least basically proficient in not only flying planes but also helicopters, boats, living animals and other vehicles. Despite his less than stellar reputation, you'd want someone that skilled to at least get you to your destination. And besides, Launchpad has had a series of incidents where he helped Scrooge rebuild his fortune or find a bigger prize, such as when he discovered the lost world.

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** Some possibilities: MoneyDearBoy. Despite it all, flying Launchpad is actually cheaper than hiring a conventional pilot, possibly due to other pilots charging higher rates for Scrooge as the world's richest duck. Or, it could be that in a strange way, he considers Launchpad a part of his family as well, so he accepts vehicle costs as a necessary drawback to keeping him around. Or, it could be that despite his problems with landing, Launchpad is actually the greatest driver in the Ducktales [=DuckTales=] universe, since he's at least basically proficient in not only flying planes but also helicopters, boats, living animals and other vehicles. Despite his less than stellar reputation, you'd want someone that skilled to at least get you to your destination. And besides, Launchpad has had a series of incidents where he helped Scrooge rebuild his fortune or find a bigger prize, such as when he discovered the lost world.



** Accesibility. Remember, he loves swimming in his money, so he wants it as easily reachable for him as possible. Plus, he's well aware that given the exotic (sometimes downright supernatural) means available to his enemies, no security system could really protect it, so he preffers to be able to defend it in person. That would not be possible if the vault was in a far off place miles beneath the surface.

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** Accesibility.Accessibility. Remember, he loves swimming in his money, so he wants it as easily reachable for him as possible. Plus, he's well aware that given the exotic (sometimes downright supernatural) means available to his enemies, no security system could really protect it, so he preffers prefers to be able to defend it in person. That would not be possible if the vault was in a far off place miles beneath the surface.


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** In a book published by ''Family Fun'' magazine, the authors gave instructions for making dolls and other toys, and they said that the kids might want to make them to look like themselves. Apparently Webby is just behaving normally for a young child.
15th Mar '17 9:08:36 AM AlexDKZ
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** Accesibility. Remember, he loves swimming in his money, so he wants it as easily reachable for him as possible. Plus, he's well aware that given the exotic (sometimes downright supernatural) means available to his enemies, no security system could really protect it, so he preffers to be able to defend it in person. That would not be possible if the vault was in a far off place miles beneath the surface.
14th Mar '17 3:31:54 AM SuperMagneto
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[[folder: Webby's doll]]
* No one who watched the show find it creepy and odd that Webby carries around a doll version of herself? What's up with that?
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5th Mar '17 4:36:45 AM SuperMagneto
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* The Magica that Scrooge encounters in the future isn't the one we saw at the beginning, meaning there should be 2 Magica De Spells in the present time at the end of the episode. Did the writers screw up? You don't suppose future Magica killed present Magica and took her place. Also, it seems odd for her to be interested in future tech, money, and computers in the alternate future. She strikes me more as a medieval type of witch. Wouldn't she had converted Duckburg into the dark ages, or something?

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* The Magica that Scrooge encounters in the future isn't the one we saw see at the beginning, meaning there should be 2 Magica De Spells in the present time at the end of the episode. Did the writers screw up? You don't suppose future Magica killed present Magica and took her place. Also, it seems odd for her to be interested in future tech, money, and computers in the alternate future. She strikes me more as a medieval type of witch. type. Wouldn't she had converted Duckburg the entire world into the dark ages, or something?ages?
5th Mar '17 4:33:25 AM SuperMagneto
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* The Magica that Scrooge encounters in the future isn't the present one, meaning there should be 2 Magica De Spells in the present time at the end of the episode. Did the writers screw up? You don't suppose future Magica killed present Magica and took her place? Also, it seems odd for a medieval witch to be interested in future tech, money,and computers in the alternate future. Wouldn't she had converted Duckburg into the dark ages, or something?

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* The Magica that Scrooge encounters in the future isn't the present one, one we saw at the beginning, meaning there should be 2 Magica De Spells in the present time at the end of the episode. Did the writers screw up? You don't suppose future Magica killed present Magica and took her place? place. Also, it seems odd for a medieval witch her to be interested in future tech, money,and money, and computers in the alternate future.future. She strikes me more as a medieval type of witch. Wouldn't she had converted Duckburg into the dark ages, or something?
5th Mar '17 4:28:35 AM SuperMagneto
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* The Magica that Scrooge encounters in the future isn't the present one, meaning there should be 2 Magica De Spells in the present time at the end of the episode. Did the writers screwed up? You don't suppose future Magica killed present Magica and took her place? Also, it seems odd for a medieval witch to be interested in future tech and computers in the bad future. Wouldn't she had converted Duckburg into the dark ages, or something?

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* The Magica that Scrooge encounters in the future isn't the present one, meaning there should be 2 Magica De Spells in the present time at the end of the episode. Did the writers screwed screw up? You don't suppose future Magica killed present Magica and took her place? Also, it seems odd for a medieval witch to be interested in future tech and tech, money,and computers in the bad alternate future. Wouldn't she had converted Duckburg into the dark ages, or something?
5th Mar '17 4:26:18 AM SuperMagneto
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[[folder: Duck to the Future]]
* The Magica that Scrooge encounters in the future isn't the present one, meaning there should be 2 Magica De Spells in the present time at the end of the episode. Did the writers screwed up? You don't suppose future Magica killed present Magica and took her place? Also, it seems odd for a medieval witch to be interested in future tech and computers in the bad future. Wouldn't she had converted Duckburg into the dark ages, or something?
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5th Mar '17 3:44:38 AM SuperMagneto
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[[folder: Scrooge's money bin]]
* Why did Scrooge think it was a good idea to have all of his money in one building...in plain view? Why not hide the money and number one dime somewhere underground where Magical and the Beagles can't get them? It bugs me that Scrooge announces to the world the location of the bin, and what it looks like.
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12th Jan '17 2:50:25 AM EricW
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** Some possibilities: MoneyDearBoy. Despite it all, flying Launchpad is actually cheaper than hiring a conventional pilot, possibly due to other pilots charging higher rates for Scrooge as the world's richest duck. Or, it could be that in a strange way, he considers Launchpad a part of his family as well, so he accepts vehicle costs as a necessary drawback to keeping him around. Or, it could be that despite his problems with landing, Launchpad is actually the greatest driver in the Ducktales universe, since he's at least basically proficient in not only flying planes but also helicopters, boats, living animals and other vehicles. Despite his less than stellar reputation, you'd want someone that skilled to at least get you to your destination. And besides, Launchpad has had a series of incidents where he helped Scrooge rebuild his fortune or find a bigger prize, such as when he discovered the lost world.
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