Death Duck

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The Death Duck is a horrible duck created by Dave Van Domelen.
Alter Ego: None
Aliases: Lord Fowlverran, Darth Mallard
Primary Writer: Dave Van Domelen
Status: Haunting The Dreamlands
Usability: Usable With Permission


Anatidaephobia: The fear that somewhere, somehow, a duck is watching you.
—Gary Larson, The Far Side

When facing off with Baron Umlaut, Lynk opened a portal to The Dreamlands to summon a creature to defeat him. She got... a duck. But the duck was powerful and vicious enough to rip off one of Umlaut's limbs. (Which Lynk later healed.) She successfully defeated Umlaut's plans, but now something perhaps even more dangerous had been unleashed on the waking world...

The duck wasted no time in causing trouble, calling forth Mr. Zklmcgyx, Emir of Embarrassing Dreams, from the dreamworld. It psychically attacked Dvandom Force through manipulating their dreams. In assumed different identities and roles in the dreamworld; as Lord Fowlverran[1] it gave their old enemies the Constellation Gang new powers as the Slipstick Knights of dir/na/nog>. It then pulled Dvandom Force into an extremely silly parody of The Phantom Menace, where it played the role of Darth Mallard. Lynk overcame it by drawing on her full powers as a dreamqueen... after which the duck vanished, its job done.

It turned out the Duck had been trying to fulfil its orders and help Lynk, but because of its nature as a Nightmare, this had manifested through attacking them. Nonetheless, it had aided Lynk in coming to terms with her powers and role as a dreamqueen.


One-dimensionally malicious. Maybe not actually sapient?

Powers and Abilities

As an inhabitant of the Dreamworlds, it has the ability to enter into and manipulate others' dreams and manifests dream constructs into reality.


Is a duck.



  1. After King Fin Varra, the fairy who gave the Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog their powers.