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* TheChooserOfTheOne: [[spoiler:Through a time machine he went to his future and delivered to Donald the deed to Villa Rose, hoping he'd find his journal and pick up his legacy-as he did]].


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* NoPlaceForMeThere: The reason for his retirement: he felt there was no place for a GentlemanThief in the world after TheGreatDepression hit.

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* HerosEvilPredecessor: "Evil" is a bit of a stretch, but Fantomius did go down in history (and labelled himself as) a master thief whereas Paperinik eventually shirked his anti-hero roots and became a more straightforward vigilante who was beloved and trusted by the public.


* AdaptationDyeJob: In ''Ultraheroes'' she has [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair purple hair]].



* YouDontLookLikeYou: In ''Ultraheroes'' she has [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair purple hair]].


** LaserGuidedAmnesia: However is hit by mistake, losing the memory of his criminal identity.

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** * LaserGuidedAmnesia: However He is hit by mistake, losing the memory of his criminal identity.

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* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: Not properly doom, but his promise to steal everything Scrooge owns, including his bed while he's sleeping on it, as soon as he's back to Duckburg is why the billionaire didn't return until 1930.


* InTheBlood: Whenever his relatives get some characterization they're shown to share his {{Trickster}}, avenging and ultimately gentle tendencies:

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* InTheBlood: Whenever his relatives get some characterization they're shown to share his {{Trickster}}, [[TheTrickster Trickster]], avenging and ultimately gentle tendencies:


* BewareTheNiceOnes: Whatever you do, do ''not'' endanger her people or Donald. For the former, she's willing to unleash all of Donald's wrath, and for both, when pushed enough, she can use her psychic powers to terrifying effect.

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* BewareTheNiceOnes: Whatever you do, do ''not'' endanger her people or Donald. For the former, she's willing to unleash all of Donald's wrath, and for both, when pushed enough, she can use her immense psychic powers to terrifying effect.effect. Then there's the time SpacePirates attacked Pacificus and [[TakenForGranite she turned their leader to stone]]...
** DeathGlare: Whenever pushed too far she gives an impressive one. It's the only warning whoever got her mad has before she unleashes her wrath and the fool is turned into an emotional wreck-if they're lucky.



* FisherKing: When extremely sad she causes her own GrayRainOfDepression.

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* FisherKing: When extremely sad she causes her own GrayRainOfDepression.GrayRainOfDepression-on a ''planetary scale''.


* GodzillaThreshold: Has enormous psychic powers that would allow her to take out the threats to her planet with ease, but the strain is so bad that neither her nor her predecessors (who had the same powers) didn't dare to use them until her fourth story, when the very survival of her people was threatened-and fully expected to die. While she survived, a second use made her comatose.

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* GodzillaThreshold: Two of them:
** Whenever Pacificus is threatened in a way her people's psychic powers cannot solve, she summons Donald in the full knowledge he'll unleash a tremendous amount of violence on the enemy, as she knows it's far better to risk her people's pacifist ways and a(nother) heartbreak rather than have the certainty of their enslavement or worse.
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Has enormous psychic powers that would allow her to take out the threats to her planet with ease, but the strain is so bad that neither her nor her predecessors (who had the same powers) didn't dare to use them until her fourth story, when the very survival of her people was threatened-and fully expected to die. While she survived, a second use made her comatose.



* LaserGuidedAmnesia: Her solution to keep secrets. Even used it on ''herself and Donald'' when [[spoiler:the sadness from being unable to stay with him and [[FisherKing her psychic influence on the weather]] started causing floods]].

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* LaserGuidedAmnesia: Her The forgetfulness potion is her solution to keep secrets. Even used it on ''herself and Donald'' when [[spoiler:the sadness from being unable to stay with him and [[FisherKing her psychic influence on the weather]] started causing floods]].


** {{Lampshaded}} in a flashback, where it is shown he was actually a fan of Robin Hood as a child-and admitted he was one of his inspirations (the other being a lawyer-friendly take on {{Zorro}}).

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** {{Lampshaded}} in a flashback, where it is shown he was actually a fan of Robin Hood as a child-and admitted he was one of his inspirations (the other being a lawyer-friendly take on {{Zorro}}).Franchise/{{Zorro}}).


* {{Expy}}: Loosely based on Literature/{{Fantomas}}, but more close to ComicBook/{{Diabolik}} (even looking like the latter under his mask) and Literature/ArseneLupin for his noble side.

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* {{Expy}}: Loosely based on Literature/{{Fantomas}}, but more close to ComicBook/{{Diabolik}} (even looking like the latter under his mask) and Literature/ArseneLupin for his noble side. His name also gives him away as an expy of [[Radio/TheShadow Lamont Cranston]]


* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: In the Ultraheroes saga he is - despite his HeelFaceTurn - an evil polluter again.



** HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: Although in the Ultraheroes saga he is an evil polluter again.


* BeenThereShapedHistory: Inspired ''Film/KingKong''.

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* BeenThereShapedHistory: Inspired ''Film/KingKong''.''Film/{{King Kong|1933}}''.



* SympatheticInspectorAntagonist: The detective Pinko is present in mostly of the gentleman burglar adventures, and of course during the stories he was never able to definitely arrest his enemy Fantomius. Qualifies for this because he doesn't know why Fantomius steals-and the one time he knew (the giant ape that would end up inspiring KingKong) he flat-out admitted he approved while doing exactly nothing to stop him.

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* SympatheticInspectorAntagonist: The detective Pinko is present in mostly of the gentleman burglar adventures, and of course during the stories he was never able to definitely arrest his enemy Fantomius. Qualifies for this because he doesn't know why Fantomius steals-and the one time he knew (the giant ape that would end up inspiring KingKong) ''Film/{{King Kong|1933}}'') he flat-out admitted he approved while doing exactly nothing to stop him.

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* MagicalGirlfriend: An alien queen with psychic powers who is in love with ordinary Earth-duck Donald.


** In the third story finding out she has to separate her from Donald again prompts her to have one of her subjects bring him back to Earth fully knowing he'll return old, just because she's furious at the separation happening again. Mitigated by the fact she accepted only a volunteer who fully knew the price

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** In the third story finding out she has to separate her from Donald again prompts her to have one of her subjects bring him back to Earth fully knowing he'll return old, just because she's furious at the separation happening again. Mitigated by the fact she accepted only a volunteer who fully knew the priceprice.


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* LaserGuidedAmnesia: Her solution to keep secrets. Even used it on ''herself and Donald'' when [[spoiler:the sadness from being unable to stay with him and [[FisherKing her psychic influence on the weather]] started causing floods]].


* TheHighQueen: She is the Queen and is beloved by her citizens. Has a deep sense of duty and responsibility towards her peoples. It sacrifices repeatedly personal happiness with Donald in order to ensure the safety of his fellow citizens, even to sacrifice herself to defeat the invaders land.
** TheWomanWearingTheQueenlyMask: She is, in the end, still a woman in love, and really suffers when her duties forces her to send away Donald.

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* TheHighQueen: She is the Queen and is beloved by her citizens. Has She has a deep sense of duty and responsibility towards her peoples. It people. She sacrifices repeatedly her personal happiness with Donald in order to ensure the safety of his her fellow citizens, even to sacrifice sacrificing herself to defeat the invaders of her land.
** TheWomanWearingTheQueenlyMask: She is, in the end, still a woman in love, and really suffers when her duties forces force her to send away Donald.



* HugeGuyTinyGirl: Well, Donald is not so "huge", but she is very shorter than him.

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* HugeGuyTinyGirl: Well, Donald is not so "huge", but she is very much shorter than him.

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