Lenore DeSpell

Age: 13
Species: Duck
Gender: Female
Marital Status: Don't have one.
With: Nobody
Occupation: Occasionally makes potions for those who need it
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The Lee family had long held under lock and key a set of instructions that were rumored to lead to great fortune–the Midas Medallion, said to grant the legendary Midas Touch to its wearer. Magica had hoped that through her brother’s marriage to the remaining Lee she would gain access to it, but instead ended up with a niece, much to her dismay. 

After eight years of brooding and failed persuasions, Magica decided that the only way she would get the scroll was through force, breaking into her brother’s home and battling the couple and, through underhanded tactics, she succeeded, killing her sister-in-law; the fate of Magica's brother Poe is unknown. With the scroll of the Midas Medallion in hand, Magica was ready to leave with her new crow familiar "Ratface" in tow–only for Lenore to appear, having been awakened by the battle; rather than kill her, the witch took her niece with her to her lair to set her to work cleaning up and other tasks, having never cared for her or Annabelle.

After years of servitude under her aunt, Lenore was able to get away, sneaking on board a cargo plane headed to Calisota in America; once there, she used what little supplies she'd stolen from her aunt to make herself a home--a makeshift treehouse on the edge of Duckburg, where she uses the magical skills she's slowly learning to help people. Hopefully, she can one day help take down Magica herself.

Personality: Having been the target of Magica’s abuse, both mental and occasionally physical, Lenore has learned that the best way to keep her from attacking your emotions is to show you don’t have any at all, adopting a very stoic behavior over the years, to the point where she even speaks in complete monotone. This makes her very hard to get along with, but given enough time she does occasionally show emotion (though mostly only to her familiar, Wartimer the toad).

 

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    • Lenore DeSpell
      Lenore DeSpell commented on the blog Stranger Stuff
      She nearly dropped Wartimer as she was dragged down the street to a store, looking at the numerous shelves before picking a stuffed black cat, her toad now on her shoulder as she also saw a toy lizard and picked it up as well.
      • Lenore DeSpell
        Lenore DeSpell commented on the blog Stranger Stuff
        "I didn't have much of either growing up," she answered flatly. "There were a few toys when I was very little, but no video games. They seem interesting though." What little she'd seen of others playing them while passing by, anyway... "Why do you...
        • Lenore DeSpell
          Lenore DeSpell commented on the blog Stranger Stuff
          "Hm." She didn't know the place as well as Taz, so... "Up to you. Is the library good here?"
          • Lenore DeSpell
            Lenore DeSpell commented on the blog Stranger Stuff
            "... he seems rather short for his ego," she finally said, though... it... might have been a joke? Hard to tell when everything she says is monotone. "It sounds like you've met him before."
            • Lenore DeSpell
              Lenore DeSpell commented on the blog Stranger Stuff
              She tilted her head to the side as she listened some more. Darkwing... that was the one she'd seen on television when going through town, but... "Quackerjack? Another crazy person?" she asked; she knew he was another villain, from the context...
              • Lenore DeSpell
                Lenore DeSpell commented on the blog Stranger Stuff
                Lenore looked around as Taz pointed out various areas, blinking as some names sounded... vaguely familiar, having heard one or two  through gossip. "... who is Megavolt?"
                • Lenore DeSpell
                  Lenore DeSpell commented on the blog Stranger Stuff
                  She followed her new friend, looking around curiously. "Looks nice," she complimented flatly. "More crowded than Duckburg."
                  • Lenore DeSpell
                    Lenore DeSpell commented on the blog Stranger Stuff
                    "... I can stop by for a little while," she finally answered; it wouldn't hurt to see what St. Canard was actually like, considering the horror stories she'd heard about the city now and then.

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