History WesternAnimation / DARKWINGDUCK

5th Jun '18 4:30:32 AM Shadowgazer
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** How Negaduck is introduced in "Just Us Justice Ducks". Everyone already knows who he is, and unlike the Liquidator, who also debuted in the episode, he's never given an episode explaining his origin.

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** How Negaduck is introduced in "Just Us Justice Ducks". Everyone already knows who he is, and unlike the Liquidator, who also debuted also first appeared in the episode, episode (if one watches them the way they aired and not chronologically), he's never given an episode explaining his origin.



* TookALevelInJerkass: Bushroot goes through this in "It's a Wonderful Leaf". While usually an AntiVillain and his motivation for the episode is good as he was having difficulty in his Christmas shopping, his actions in the episode are still rather assholish. For starters, ruining Christmas can't be any less cruel if one of your actions is ''making a little kid cry by taking her doll''.

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* TookALevelInJerkass: Bushroot goes through this in "It's a Wonderful Leaf". While he is usually an AntiVillain of the highest degree and his motivation for the episode is good as he was having difficulty in his Christmas shopping, his actions in the episode are still rather assholish. For starters, ruining Christmas can't be any less cruel if one of your actions is ''making a little kid cry by taking her doll''.



{{Trick Arrow}}s: Gosalyn's own superhero identity, Quiverwing Quack, is an archer in the Green Arrow and Hawkeye tradition. Unsurprisingly, she has an arsenal of trick arrows. Since Darkwing has no known archery skills, it was never explained who trained her.

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* {{Trick Arrow}}s: Gosalyn's own superhero identity, Quiverwing Quack, is an archer in the Green Arrow and Hawkeye tradition. Unsurprisingly, she has an arsenal of trick arrows. Since Darkwing has no known archery skills, it was never explained who trained her.
30th May '18 11:19:15 PM UchuuFlamenco
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* GroundedForever: When Honker is held responsible for an art theft that was actually committed by the villain of the week, his parents ground him in his room. His father makes a list of things Honker isn't allowed to have, including going out, having friends over, watching television, and [[DisproportionateRetribution sunlight, food, and water]]. His wife points out that those last few items are a bit excessive. Later, Herb grounds Honker for life as soon as he's bailed out of jail, only to change it to ten years when Biddy complains.

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* GroundedForever: When Honker is held responsible for an art theft in "A Brush With Oblivion" that was actually committed by the villain of the week, his parents ground him in his room. His father makes a list of things Honker isn't allowed to have, including going out, having friends over, watching television, and [[DisproportionateRetribution sunlight, food, and water]]. His wife points out that those last few items are a bit excessive. Later, Herb grounds Honker for life as soon as he's bailed out of jail, only to change it to ten years when Biddy Binkie complains.
30th May '18 11:06:02 PM UchuuFlamenco
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* EvenNerdsHaveStandards: In "Clash Reunion", it is shown that in high school Drake Mallard was picked on by everybody, incluidng Elmo Sputterspark, the science nerd.

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* EvenNerdsHaveStandards: In "Clash Reunion", it is shown that in high school Drake Mallard was picked on by everybody, incluidng including Elmo Sputterspark, the science nerd.



* PhotoDoodleRecognition: Once when Drake Mallard was flipping through his high school yearbook Gosalyn thought the science nerd in his class looked strangely familiar and started drawing on it. Drake was initially irate, until she showed him that [[EveryoneWentToSchoolTogether he'd actually gone to school with Megavolt]].

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* PhotoDoodleRecognition: Once when Drake Mallard was flipping through his high school yearbook yearbook, Gosalyn thought the science nerd in his class looked strangely familiar and started drawing on it. Drake was initially irate, until she showed him that [[EveryoneWentToSchoolTogether he'd actually gone to school with Megavolt]].
28th Apr '18 12:49:11 PM Byzantine
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*** Negaduck can hold his HairTriggerTemper to threats and calculated violence most of the time, but reminding Negaduck that he's only the No. 2 enemy of St. Canard, right under Dr. Slug, is signing your death warrant.

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*** Negaduck can hold his HairTriggerTemper to threats and calculated violence most of the time, but reminding Negaduck that he's he is only the No. 2 enemy of St. Canard, right under Dr. Slug, is signing your death warrant.
28th Apr '18 12:39:32 PM Byzantine
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* HighHeelFaceTurn: Morgana, as she chose to spare Darkwing's life, despite that the other mostly male members of her organization wanted her to finish him off.
%%* HollywoodCyborg: [[spoiler: Taurus Bulba.]]
%%* HotScientist:
%%** Dr. Sara Bellum.
%%** Dr. Rhoda Dendron.
%%* HotWitch: Morgana Macawber

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* HighHeelFaceTurn: Morgana, as she chose to spare Darkwing's life, despite that the other mostly male (mostly male) members of her organization wanted her to finish him off.
%%* * HollywoodCyborg: [[spoiler: Taurus Bulba.Bulba. Initially a Bond-style villain who relied on henchmen for most of the dirty work, Taurus was upgraded into a cyborg super-villain. ]]
%%* * HotScientist:
%%** ** Dr. Sara Bellum.
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Bellum. SHUSH's gadgeteer genius is a tall, feminine woman with long hair. She has a bit of a dark sense of humor. In one episode, while other agents were trying to tell apart Darkwing Duck and Negaduck (who dressed and acted identical to each other), Sara offered to kill them both. When the other agents protested, she lowered her weapon and claimed to have been joking.
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Dr. Rhoda Dendron.
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Dendron. Bushroot's original love interest, a beautiful female scientist who treated him kindly. When he turned into a murderer, he scared her away.
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HotWitch: Morgana MacawberMacawber. The series' resident witch is a tall and attractive woman, typically dressed in a stylish dress. Both Darkwing and Negaduck have been unable to resist her charms.



** Also Darkwing to a certain degree, considering that next to Neptunia, he's the shortest member of the Justice Ducks.
* {{Narrator}}: Darkwing, a couple times. He's usually an InteractiveNarrator, as well - most prominently "Inside Binkie's Brain" and "The Haunting Of Mr. Banana Brain," which are both centered around narration having just as much going on (to the point of cutting away from the action at several points) as the plot.

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** Also Darkwing to a certain degree, considering that next to Neptunia, he's he is the shortest member of the Justice Ducks.
* {{Narrator}}: Darkwing, a couple times. He's He is usually an InteractiveNarrator, as well - most prominently "Inside Binkie's Brain" and "The Haunting Of Mr. Banana Brain," which are both centered around narration having just as much going on (to the point of cutting away from the action at several points) as the plot.



* TheScottishTrope: An eerie music piece starts playing every time somebody says 'The Library of Forbidden Spells'. Itís {{discussed|Trope}} by Darkwing and Morgana's father.

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* TheScottishTrope: An eerie music piece starts playing every time somebody says 'The Library of Forbidden Spells'. Itís It is {{discussed|Trope}} by Darkwing and Morgana's father.
28th Apr '18 12:21:22 PM Byzantine
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* {{Superhero}}

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* {{Superhero}}{{Superhero}}: Darkwing Duck, Quiverwing Duck, [=GizmoDuck=], the reformed Morgana and Neptunia, and the reluctant Stegmutt have all been depicted as St. Canard's superheroes. Since this series is superhero fiction, it is not that surprising.
28th Apr '18 12:16:17 PM Byzantine
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%%* SympatheticInspectorAntagonist: Agent Grizzlikoff, at times.

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%%* * SympatheticInspectorAntagonist: Agent Grizzlikoff, at times.Grizzlikoff. Darkwing and Grizzlikoff are operatives of the same organization, but there is mutual dislike between them. In his attempts to stop the "reckless" Darkwing, Grizzlikoff served as an antagonist, though Grizzlikoff mostly tried to save the day in his own way.
28th Apr '18 12:01:41 PM Byzantine
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%%* TenMinuteRetirement: Darkwing has done this. Multiple times.

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%%* * TenMinuteRetirement: Darkwing has done this. Multiple times.himself. When the events of an episode caused his self-confidence to erode or drove him to despair, he would proclaim his intentions to quit the case and his hero career. Shortly after, seeing someone he cared about in danger or convinced that his heroism is needed, Darkwing would jump back in action. Most of his "retirements" did not last more than a couple of hours in-universe.
28th Apr '18 11:54:12 AM Byzantine
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%%* {{Tomboy}}: Gosalyn.

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%%* * {{Tomboy}}: Gosalyn.Gosalyn. Darkwing's adoptive daughter is a quite tough and athletic tomboy, with skills in archery, hockey, etc. In a surprise to Darkwing, Gosalyn's Negaverse counterpart is a girly-girl.
28th Apr '18 11:49:29 AM Byzantine
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%%* {{Trick Arrow}}s: Quiverwing Quack/Gosalyn's arsenal.

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%%* {{Trick Arrow}}s: Gosalyn's own superhero identity, Quiverwing Quack/Gosalyn's arsenal.Quack, is an archer in the Green Arrow and Hawkeye tradition. Unsurprisingly, she has an arsenal of trick arrows. Since Darkwing has no known archery skills, it was never explained who trained her.
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