Zigzag McQuack (English Lunchpad McQuack) – personal pilot and driver of Scrooge McDuck.
Zigzag wears a flying suit, which includes: a brown leather jacket with fur in the hood, sand-colored pants with large pockets on the sides. A brown hat is always worn on the head. He also has black boots and a swamp shirt with an orange tie on it.
Zigzag has red hair / feathers.
The main qualities of the Zigzag are devotion and frivolity. He is very dedicated to the Scrooge McDuck he works for. He is also very inattentive: it is inattention that is the cause of all his accidents. He is gullible, it is easy to deceive him. And he is quite impressionable, because after watching a horror movie he can perceive his friends as negative characters in this film. Nevertheless, Zigzag is very kind and knows how to value friendship. Continue reading
Ponochka Vanderkryak (born Webbigail “Webby” Vanderquack) is the granddaughter of housekeeper Scrooge McDuck, Mrs. Cluvdia. She is one of the main characters in the animated series Duck Tales and a friend of Billy, Willie and Dilly Ducks, as well as Lina.
Ponochka is a small white American Peking duck. She is about two feet tall. The feathers on her head are arranged like a “hare” hairstyle, and on the right are fixed with a pink bow. Almost always wears a pink shirt with upturned sleeves with a blue vest over it and a lilac skirt.
Ponochka is funny and overly curious, perhaps because her grandmother took care of her too much, even not allowing her to leave the McDuck mansion. For the same reason, she does not know many things that are so obvious to an Continue reading
Wilford “Willy” Duck (Eng. Dewey Duck) – granddaughter of Scrooge MacDuck, twin brother of Billy and Dilly. One of the main characters in the animated series Duck Tales.
Willie is a duckling, almost a copy of her twin brothers Billy and Dilly.
Usually wears a blue T-shirt over a blue sweatshirt with long sleeves. Feathers on the head stick out in all directions.
Willie is the most restless of all three. He is an adventurer in his heart, dreams of becoming the same famous adventurer as his uncle Scrooge McDuck. The young duckling is full of enthusiasm, which often bothers him, as Willy rushes forward, not thinking about the danger to which he exposes himself. Over time, the young man nevertheless gains experience and begins to act not so rashly. Willie also values the family: he is very offended by the words of Scrooge that “there are only problems from relatives”, but after the children show themselves in the fight against Pichu, all insults are Continue reading