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This story actually starts with its prequel, [[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/3673170/1/Darkwing_Duck_Returns Darkwing Duck Returns]] where after Darkwing disappears seven years before the beginning of the story, Gosalyn finds a new lead and decides to track down her father. [[spoiler:Long story short, she finds him in the Negaverse, she rescues him and they beat [[EvilTwin Negaduck]].]]

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This story actually starts with its prequel, [[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/3673170/1/Darkwing_Duck_Returns Darkwing Duck Returns]] where after Darkwing disappears seven years before the beginning of the story, Gosalyn finds a new lead and decides to track down her father. [[spoiler:Long [[spoiler: Long story short, she finds him in the Negaverse, she rescues him and they beat [[EvilTwin Negaduck]].]]


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Scyphi originally dropped the series, posting a chapter [[WhatCouldHaveBeen outlining what his original plans for plots had been before he lost motivation]] but recently he was approached by fan Known Unknown about doing a fan sequel, [[AscendedFanboy to which Scyphi responded by partnering with Known Unknown to make an official sequel series, even writing an official lead-in chapter posted on his own account to direct readers to Known Unknown's.]] Said sequel begins [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12932172/1/ here]].


* {{Crossover}}: Three with Ducktales, and later a fairly epic one with [[spoiler: TaleSpin]]

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* {{Crossover}}: Three with Ducktales, and later a fairly epic one with [[spoiler: TaleSpin]]WesternAnimation/TaleSpin]]


* ReluctantRuler: [[spoiler: NegaGosalyn after Negaduck's defeat in the most recently finished arc. She states several times that she doesn't want to take up her former guardian's position but it's the only way to stabilize the Negaverse.]]

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* ReluctantRuler: [[spoiler: NegaGosalyn [=NegaGosalyn=] after Negaduck's defeat in the most recently finished arc. She states several times that she doesn't want to take up her former guardian's position but it's the only way to stabilize the Negaverse.]]

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* TheLancer: Gosalyn generally plays the role of Lancer to her father, while having Honker as ''her'' own Lancer.

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* OmnicidalNeutral: Neutraduck again.

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* ReluctantRuler: [[spoiler: NegaGosalyn after Negaduck's defeat in the most recently finished arc. She states several times that she doesn't want to take up her former guardian's position but it's the only way to stabilize the Negaverse.]]

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* BigDamnKiss: [[spoiler: Honker and Gosalyn]] both before and after they go off to fight against Negaduck's master plan, though the second one plays it straightest.


* DemotedToExtra: Of a sort - the members of the Fearsome Five are a lot less prominent in the series, being more or less henchmen to Negaduck's growing empire than a team of mostly equally prominent supervillain with a particularly BadBoss. With the exception of the rare focus episodes that don't feature them doing Negaduck's bidding, most of them get much less prominence than they had in the show. Quackerjack barely features at all.

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* DemotedToExtra: Of a sort - the members of the Fearsome Five are a lot less prominent in the series, being more or less henchmen to Negaduck's growing empire rather than a team of mostly equally prominent supervillain supervillains with a particularly BadBoss.BadBoss - they explicitly work ''for'' him, rather than with him. With the exception of the rare focus episodes that don't feature them doing Negaduck's bidding, most of them get much less prominence than they had in the show. Quackerjack barely features at all.


* DarkerAndEdgier: This series treats things the original series would shrug off a lot more seriously and dramatically, and though it still has a humor in it it's greatly downplayed.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: This series treats things the original series would shrug off a lot more seriously and dramatically, dramatically (for example, AmusingInjuries are all but gone - which makes things like Negaduck's over-the-top violence and threats a lot less comical), and though it still has a humor in it it's greatly downplayed.


* DemotedToExtra: Of a sort - the members of the Fearsome Five are a lot less prominent in the series, being more or less henchmen to Negaduck's growing empire than a collection of individual villains with a particularly BadBoss. With the exception of the rare focus episodes that don't feature them doing Negaduck's bidding, most of them get much less prominence than they had in the show. Quackerjack barely features at all.

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* DemotedToExtra: Of a sort - the members of the Fearsome Five are a lot less prominent in the series, being more or less henchmen to Negaduck's growing empire than a collection team of individual villains mostly equally prominent supervillain with a particularly BadBoss. With the exception of the rare focus episodes that don't feature them doing Negaduck's bidding, most of them get much less prominence than they had in the show. Quackerjack barely features at all.


* DemotedToExtra: Of a sort - the members of the Fearsome Five are a lot less prominent in the series, being more or less henchmen to Negaduck's evil schemes than a collection of individual villains with a particularly BadBoss. With the exception of the rare focus episodes that don't feature them doing Negaduck's bidding, most of them get much less prominence than they had in the show. Quackerjack barely features at all.

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* DemotedToExtra: Of a sort - the members of the Fearsome Five are a lot less prominent in the series, being more or less henchmen to Negaduck's evil schemes growing empire than a collection of individual villains with a particularly BadBoss. With the exception of the rare focus episodes that don't feature them doing Negaduck's bidding, most of them get much less prominence than they had in the show. Quackerjack barely features at all.


* NoImmortalIntertia: Will happen to [[spoiler: Kit and Don Karnage if they are ever separated from the sub-electron amplifier, which they are at the end of their storyline.]] The effect doesn't start immediately, but rapidly becomes painful. Interestingly, it isn't stated to be fatal in and of itself, but the longer a person has stayed immortal with it the more traumatic (and the greater risk of death) the experience will be.

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* NoImmortalIntertia: NoImmortalInertia: Will happen to [[spoiler: Kit and Don Karnage if they are ever separated from the sub-electron amplifier, which they are at the end of their storyline.]] The effect doesn't start immediately, but rapidly becomes painful. Interestingly, it isn't stated to be fatal in and of itself, but the longer a person has stayed immortal with it the more traumatic (and the greater risk of death) the experience will be.


* DemotedToExtra: Of a sort - the members of the Fearsome Five are a lot less prominent in the series, being more or less henchmen to Negaduck's evil schemes than teammates. With the exception of focus episodes, most of them get much less prominence than they had in the show. Quackerjack barely features at all.

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* DemotedToExtra: Of a sort - the members of the Fearsome Five are a lot less prominent in the series, being more or less henchmen to Negaduck's evil schemes than teammates. a collection of individual villains with a particularly BadBoss. With the exception of the rare focus episodes, episodes that don't feature them doing Negaduck's bidding, most of them get much less prominence than they had in the show. Quackerjack barely features at all.


** Also, this happened to Darkwing once by way of having his tron's reversed. The end result - a pure evil Darkwing - is... scary.

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** Also, this happened to Darkwing once by way of having his tron's reversed. [[MirrorMoralityMachine trons reversed.]] The end result - a pure evil Darkwing - is... scary.


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* MirrorMoralityMachine: S.H.U.S.H. creates a devise similar to Megavolt's Tron Splitter (which can separate people into good and evil doubles), except it instead changes people from evil to good (or vice versa). It takes Darkwing himself getting adversely effected before they realize it's a bad idea.
* MythologyGag: Similar to Negaduck, Negawing Duck starts out as a [[MirrorMoralityMachine mirror morality'd Darkwing]] before being reimagined and reintroduced as a separate character from an AlternateUniverse


* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler:The Liquidator, of all people, suffers from this after pushing Negaduck too far]]. In addition, there's [[spoiler: Darkwarrior Duck, Bob (Morgana's husband), a bunch of named characters from alternate universes, Negarian, and Nega-Gosalyn (though she got better)]]

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* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler:The Liquidator, of all people, suffers from this after pushing Negaduck too far]]. In addition, there's [[spoiler: Darkwarrior Duck, Bob (Morgana's husband), a bunch of named characters from alternate universes, Negarian, Negawing Duck and Nega-Gosalyn (though she got better)]]

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