Duck can be described as the wacky girl who loves to prank.
She is quite kind in general, as she is always open to new people as acquaintances. Although she can be judgmental when you are considered her friend. Due to this, she has a smaller circle of friends that she still hangs out with (many leaving the group for other activities and the groups that come with said activities). She can be bewildered by the openness of the other girls that allow other people in their group. She can be distant when around these people, and sometimes gets jealous when she can't connect as well to the new girl; although sometimes it is entirely her fault.
When not thinking that person will join the group, she is friendly and social. This reflects the best when she's working as a hair-styler at Bookend's Hair Salon. Because she is naturally good at braiding and the likes, she has been granted a job there. She is the perky, talkative hairdresser that you always see, and has been the Employee of the Month several times.
She is rather wacky, and has the habit of popping her head out of windows (often ones looking into a class or a friend's room while waiting for a friend. She also likes to prank whomever and whenever she wants. This includes multiple pranks (often in roleplays) that never fail to amuse her creator. She uses her quirks as a way to fit in, and sometimes acts out of desperation to be a good part of the group (this includes pranking enemies,etc.).
She is a rebel more by attitude than anything. All of her closest friends are rebels, so she tends to feel to pressure of being a princess with a Happily Ever After while her friends don't get theirs. She is nonetheless irked by being impersonated, so tries to be random and crazy to avoid this..
Despite her random and wacky appearance, she can actually be very mature and smart. When she was little, she was on of the few people who had correct grammar and was overly-proud about it, much to the annoyance of her friends and classmates. This experience led her to try to keep her brains and maturity under a close watch.
She is scared of servants (and who wouldn't be after hearing that story!), and has been taught to do her own work. This results in her being independent in lots of things. She can't stand it when people like Apple expect servants to be at their beck and call, maybe because she will be one, maybe because she's just that independent, one can never know.
Duck can be considered a nuisance to her neighbors (who she knows and doesn't care what they think). She is a fan of the 'doing it because they're used to it' philosophy, an lives by it in her room. She is trying to talk her roommate into letting her hang a sampler with those words on it, but is failing.
She has long black hair that is now not a full bun, but just a braided headband. She now has a little duck clip and wavy hair. Her hair has burgundy streaks, as her color palette stays the same. She no longer wears as many hats, but has proceeded in blowing off others for a new hat collection. Her face is a notably round shape.
A widowed queen sends her daughter - who is betrothed to a prince in a far-off land - to her bridegroom. She sends her with a waiting maid. The princess's horse is named Falada, and he is magical for he can speak. The princess is given a special charm by her mother that will protect her as long as she wears it. She then mounts Falada while her maid servant mounts her nag and off they go.
The princess and her servant travel for a time, then the princess grows thirsty. She asks the maid to go and fetch her some water, but the maid simply says: "If you want water, get it for yourself. I do not want to be your servant any longer." So the princess has to fetch herself water from the nearby stream. She wails softly: "What will become of me?" The charm answers: "Alas, alas, if thy mother the queen knew, her heart would break in two." After a while, the princess gets thirsty again. So she asks her maid once more to get her some water. But again the evil servant says, "I will not serve you any longer, no matter what you or your mother say." The servant breaks her goblet, leaving the poor princess to drink from the river by her dainty little hands. When she bows to the water her charm falls out of her bosom and floats away. That's why she is quite helpless now.
The maid takes advantage of that. She orders the princess to change clothes with her and the horses as well. She threatens to kill the princess if she doesn't swear never to say a word about this reversal of roles to any living being. Sadly, the princess takes the oath. The maid servant then rides off on Falada, while the princess has to mount the maid's nag. At the palace, the maid poses as princess and the "princess servant" is ordered to guard the geese with a little boy called Conrad. The false bride orders Falada to be killed as she fears he might talk. The real princess hears of this and begs the slaughterer to nail Falada's head under the doorway where she passes with her geese every morning.
The next morning the goose girl addresses Falada's head under the doorway: "Falada, Falada, there thou art hanging", and Falada answers "Bride, bride, there thou art ganging! Alas, alas, if thy mother the queen knew, her heart would break in two." On the goose meadow, Conrad watches the princess comb her beautiful hair and he becomes greedy to pluck one or two of her golden locks. But the goose girl sees this and says a charm: "Blow wind, blow, I say, take Conrad's hat away. Do not let him come back today until I am finished brushing my hair." And so the wind takes his hat away, and he cannot return before the goose girl has finished brushing and plaiting her hair.
Conrad angrily goes to the king and declares he will not herd geese with this girl any longer because of the strange things that happen. The king tells him to do it one more time, and the next morning hides and watches. He finds everything as Conrad has told. That evening, he asks the princess to tell him her story. But she refuses to say anything because of her oath. The king suggests that she might tell everything to the iron stove. She agrees, climbs into the stove and tells her story while the king listens from outside.
As the king is convinced she has told the truth he then has her clad in royal clothes. He presents her to the false princess at dinner that evening, but the false bride does not recognize the princess in her fine new dress. The king tells her about a servant who has done what she has done and lets her find an appropriate punishment for the wrongdoer. The false bride answers that she should be thrown naked into a cask stuck round with sharp nails and that four horses should drag it from street to street till she is dead. The exact thing happens to her.
After that, the prince and the princess are married and then reign over their kingdom for many years.
Rowan Blachard in cartoon, as her voice and overall attitude has feeling of Duck to it. Although Duck's creator, Emmarainbow432, has the perfect voice for Duck. And I will admit, the speaking styles are very different, but either will fit duck beautifully.
Daveigh Chase, as she has most characteristics as Duck.
If Daveigh Chase couldn't make the job, Grace Phipps would be the next choice.
Duck has a wonderful relationship with her mother. Her mom has always been somewhat wary of this happening with her child, and sympathizes with the rebel movement. Duck's mom has a good deal of similarities to her daughter, and they hold a great friendship.
Her dad has always been somewhat distant to her. To Duck, she is slowly thinking whether her dad would've preferred the false bride. He has not told her the likes, so to her its just some speculation.
She has a younger sister and older brother. Her younger sister is still in Nursery School, and her brother is still in a crib. Her sister, named Oracle Goosefeathers, is okay by Duck's standards. Oracle has a somewhat prim and proper attitude, so Duck has trouble connecting. As for her brother, named simply Bird (Duck's mom couldn't come up with a good bird name for a boy, so she chose Bird), claims the title of Duck's favorite sibling. He hasn't learned how to talk back, and is tolerant of the explosive sounds that come from Duck's room.
With Crimson "Cri" White, she feels an overall connection to. Both have the same beliefs on the Royal/Rebel conflict, and have similar interests. This has allowed Duck to invite Crimson in her group.
Her roommate also has a bird-related story, but has slightly less of a relationship with Duck because of Yin's calmness and Duck's craziness. They both like to clean their rooms, so they share that as a common interest.
Abigail and Duck have a slightly more complex relationship than the people mentioned above. To start, they share fewer common interests and have a large difference in overall maturity. Duck is slightly annoyed at Abigail's relationship status, as Duck is completely willing for a boyfriend yet has none while Abigail has many suitors and has no 'official' boyfriend. She and Duck do share a common joke style and attitudes so they can call themselves pretty good friends.
Linda and Duck have similar rebellious personalities, although Duck cannot understand why Linda complains so much about her mom. This is mainly because Duck is on great terms with her mother. Duck does believe that Linda's mom is trying hard, but is to scared to tell Linda. Duck does secretly have a fear of Linda, mainly because Linda is respected (because of her mom, but fear makes people forget logic) while never respecting anyone. The dyed hair may or may not also freak out Duck.
Petunia Pea and Duck have struck up an unusual relationship, with both being smart and princesses. They do annoy each other often, with Petunia's 'fill the silence' attitude, as this talking results in gossip and open criticism to Duck's way of life.
She and Avery have a classic frenemy relationship. They constantly sabotage each others events, but still eat lunch together and call themselves friends. Duck just feels like Avery needs a friend, and that she chose Duck. In fact, Avery could gladly be rid of her, but both will secretly feel the emptiness of a frenemy lost.
Adara Swan has been granted the great permission of being in Duck's inner group for a few main reasons. To start, Adara is overprotective, something that only so many people could enjoy. Duck has her exclusion thing, and likes it very much. Duck also thinks her brothers are cute, and that resides as a major plus.
Duck can never truly understand Raven Queen. To Duck, Raven has it the worst but sometimes acts like her destiny tells her to. After Raven quit Princessology (one of Duck's classes) because the smiling was too much for her, Duck has the feeling that Raven isn't all that she's cracked up to be.
Maddie and Duck get along well, especially with their similar wackiness. Maddie tends to hang out with Raven, and since Duck has mixed feelings toward Raven, this friendship is somewhat strained. When they get some time together, they enjoy each other's company very well. This is the same for other Wonderlandians.
With Briar, she is an acquaintance. She is invited to most parties, but has never really connected that much with Briar. Once, they had a good conversation on Jack's Bean Stalk (both were bungee-jumping that day), and due to their similar taste in raising adrenaline levels, they get along fairly well (when together). The main cause for lack of friendship is the fact that Duck is less popular and doesn't like Apple.
Duchess and Duck actually have a good relationship. Both have started to hang out with Sparrow more, and this has led the two together. Duck has dutifully listened to her bitter complaints while Duchess supports Duck's pranking habit. Recently, pranks on Ashlynn and Apple have increased greatly, as they both are enemies to them. They have a somewhat underground friendship, as Duchess is the enemy to many of Duck's friends.
As for Dexter, she couldn't care less about him. To her, he's just a hipster who everyone moons over. For his brother, Daring, she finds him overrated but funny in his own twisted, conceited way.
She and Poppy O'Hair both work at the same place, and both have chatty and rebellious attitudes. They have similarities, but never had the drive for a full friendship. This leaves them on good terms with each other. She is slightly annoyed by the whole "Roybel" vision that Poppy had started (in canon).
She has always thought that Adara Swan's brothers are cute, and there may be more developement on this front.
She believes that Sparrow has a crush on her, but has never thought about it for more than a few seconds.
She did get a heart on True Hearts Day, but it was in her locker. She likes to fantasize that the son of Conrad gave it to her. In reality, it was not Conrad. More on this later.
In truth, she never had the ability to hold a boyfriend. She always has high standards, and her wacky nature does tend to drive men off. She is always jumpy and excited for a dance for the possibility of romance, but is always disappointed when the boys that go to dances have dates already. She ends up doing a slow-dance with herself (she holds her arms out and everything, and it looks weird, I know because I've done it at many dances) and then acts depressed. She has come to expect disappointment, but still tries. Nonetheless, she can come off as a damsel in distress, always ready for her next prince.
She has many enemies. For one, she and Apple are enemies for their differing tastes.
Ashlynn and Duck do have a growing hate toward each other for different reasons on each side. Duck hates her because of the fact that her friends let her in 'the group' even though none of them actually like her. Ashlynn hates Duck because of Duck's wasteful pranking, so both have a loathing toward each other.
Duck wears a grey dress with a 'Royal' skirt. The top is a sweetheart neckline that's stenciled an maroon thread. The inside coloring consists of pearls and more maroon thread with grey in the background. The skirt has two petals on top, both grey stenciled in maroon thread. The back fabric is fully pearled-out with.
She wears a mermaid-styled dress that comes from her mom at the end of her fairytale. The top is one strap and a simple grey satin. A the next tier (which starts at the knee) is maroon. The third and last tier (mid calf) consists of pearls of varying sizes. She has a silver tiara wedged in her intricate braids.
She wears a simple grey nightgown with a pearl/feather hem. She would have a grey cloth headband, and her hair would be in a loose ponytail. She would have some white baggy socks because she likes to sleep with warm feet.
She wears a knee length knit dress. This dress is dark grey, and has a pink transparent scarf that is knotted around her neck. Her hair is in a ponytail, and a sparkly pink headband is on her head. She added a ribbon to her hair that day, and has a single pink ribbon running through her ponytail.
She dons a long elegant satin dress. It has long, pearl lined ribbons that streamline the dress from shoulders to the hem. She has a simple pearl choker and a diamond tiara. She has cage heels with a wedge heel. The wedge is grey and the straps are beaded with pearls.
And then there's the narrarators,exactly what the world needs.
— on narrators
If you break a vase that everybody hates, do you still get in trouble? Think about it.
— Duck on authority
Ooh, how gossipy of you.
— Duck on being asked who she fancies
Thanks, I like to know that others think I'm cute."
— Duck on being told that she looked cute
Apparently, I have to listen to trash and smile and nod with no reward other than a friends annoying pride that might be extinguished the second her crush doesn't hext back
— Duck on being asked to review a friend's self written song for a talent show
You're trying to insult me, but my heart is warming just by watching you try. It's soo cute!
— Duck when being insulted
Somehow I made it this far. And I haven't fainted or ran away shrieking. Considering that I'm the last one here, I'll just say that I won
— Duck on being the only one to finish watch a horror movie
Quack quack. There. I did it. Can I go home now?
Ive had my heart torn out, trampled on, and sewn in so many times that I find it silly when someone moans of a simple breakage of heart
— on broken hearts
School holiday? Can I stay and dance the whole day? Wait, the castle will be locked? I can sing too!
— on being allowed to stay at school on a holiday
If the world wasn't unfair, we wouldn't have anything to complain about. It's a gift to complain when you think about it.
— on being asked why the world is unfair
If they've complained before, I don't know because that was before my headphones broke
That is all
— Duck after a speech
I can't say that much. I only just met.
— Duck on being asked if questioner was insane
Do I have to take this? Do I have to listen to you jabber on about how I'm not welcoming the newcomer while it was your fault not consulting me in the first place? Do you even like her?
— on a newcomer that Duck doesn't approve
If you will replace me, make sure she's worth it. In other words, I approve of my replacement who now one will like and after a while you will prefer me and then I will get my spot back.
— on being replaced
I think I've hit rock bottom when it comes to love. All of my friends who want boyfriends have one, while here I am, wanting a boyfriend, but no boy even notices me.
— on her love life
I understand you wanting to steal Ashlynn's Happily Ever After. And if you want to know how, I know. Just don't think about how she's the friend of most of my friends. Okay? It makes me look bad
— on stealing Ashlynn's Happily Ever After
I dare you to dip your hair in black ink. Lucky for you, I brought some...
— Duck on a dare
'You'll never be in so we're kicking you out'? What kind of brats do they think they are? Let's just say that I need someone to type up some cover stories, I say as I grin deviously. That didn't come out well, can I try again?
— on being kicked out
hats with dead birds on them look so hip said no one ever.
— Duck on bird hats
Alas, my toes cannot handle you. Since my toes can't, my face can't. So if my face and toes can't, I'm out.
COME ON! Let me at 'im. I can take him. Well, off I go!
— on fighting someone
Off, off, and awa- oh. I fell.
— Duck on roller skates
Madder than the Mad Hatter you say? MADDIE! I NEED YOU TO PROVE MY POINT!
— Duck on being called Madder than the Mad Hatter
It seems as if Baba Yaga hasn't come to the faint idea that we aren't cats who will do her bidding if she sprays us in the face.
— on Baba Yaga
Dear Ms. Her Majesty the White Queen or whatever you want to be called, may I choose a different advisor? Like, you know, one of those hipsters who are such rebels that they fail a high school that teaches them exactly how to live an easy and useless life? It might make a little more sense. Although, I'm completely okay with having Baba Yaga. We all know that I can use some running practice. Maybe I can chase her weird house/chicken thing!
— Duck on asking to switch advisors
Before we find out who won or any of that junk, I will like to make a small speech. Okay, here goes. I've always been against mainstream things like this. Yet I joined. Why? Because I want to be normal and beautiful. Then I found out that I'm more beautiful as a wacky, crazy, and nonsensical weirdo. It's better that way. I'm beautiful in a way that doesn't involve doe eyes and an obsession over mirrors. I'm Celle "Duck Girl" Goosefeathers. I'm my own Thronecoming Queen. Who needs a cheap crown to say so? Maybe you mainstream folks do. If I get a cheap crown, I will replace it by my crown. My crown that was made by my younger brother. This is what truly makes me a queen. Maybe my crown is paper with slobber on it. But a plastic crown is no better. For this one was given by my people. Is there any better way to announce that I'm a queen? That I prefer my people than some mainstream people? That's what makes me beautiful, queenly, and perfect. If you don't approve, that's your problem. That is all. Duck out.
— Duck's pre-thronecoming speech
You call it crazy, I call it eccentric.
— Duck on being called crazy
Why do I call myself Duck? Because to start, Duck sounds cute and cool. Two? Celle sounds like celery. I will not associate myself with that.
Duck has a Murphy bed with shelfing surrounding the bed. Inside the shelfs are a radio, assorted pottery, and other trinkets that Duck would collect over the years. The wooden parts of the bed and shelfs are painted burgundy and trimmed with grey.