As promised, the triplets and Webby with four of my OCs… i matched them by the similarities in their personalities, and will do more of this!
Huey’s reading with Yu, Noamié and Dewey are clearly best friends, Louie and Millésine are the evil kids and Webby is stunned to discover that Coda is a badass.
(the story of these OCs are taking place in a mythological world ; they’re not really human but have human origins)
(Coda is scottish, and we can’t really see it here but she has freckles… imagine her and Scrooge talking in gaelic scottish)
If you want me to explain quickly the OCs background, personality and all about them in general, tell me ! And if you don’t know how to pronounce the é, write the names on Google traduction and listen to the result in french!
guys, you don’t know how happy i was when the toodler update bring a small duck in 6 differents swatches. we can use them as floaties for pool, deco for the bathroom… or hook-a-duck ! i wonder if someone ever have made this in their game, mmh. but it was my very first idea. “la pêche aux canards” (hook-a-duck in french) was my favorite game ever when i was a kid. we usually have them at the summer school party or at fair.
anyway, i guess maybe some of you never played this game. it’s more difficult than it looks : you’ve to catch a small duck and they all have a small number wrote underneath them. the number match with a gift (candies, books, pencils, water guns) but it can be a huge reward like dolls, teddy bear, or bikes !!! the fun is that sometimes, ducks go upside down so you see the big prize number but then, they flip and they all looked the same, aaarg! oh, and they move all the way around, sometimes real quick !
p-s : the original lot ain’t mine but i’ve made some improvements :) (it’s still a wip but i won’t share for obvious reasons, btw)
Cache a hidden store of provisions, weapons, treasure etc. Callimastian having beautiful, well-shaped breasts Callithump a noisy, boisterous band or parade Calumny the malicious utterance of false charges or misrepresentation calumny KAL-um-knee a slander or false accusation Canaille the masses; a mob, rabble canard kan-ARD a fabricated story (French=”duck”; morte canard=dead duck) cant kant insincerity Capacious capable of holding much Celerity swiftness, speed Chaffer haggle, exchange, barter Chamfrain the frontlet of an armed horse for a feudal knight, often engraved with designs Chanteuse a female singer of popular songs, especially in a nightclub. chimera ki-MEER-ah (not: chim-er-ah) Originally: a mythical beast; any unreal thing; foolish fancy (adj=chimerical ki-MEER-a-cal) Clinomania (n): “an obsessive desire to lie down.” Example: Without adequate sleep, you’ll suffer from more than clinomania. cloy to grow sick from an abundance of something Cloyer a pickpocket’s accomplice or the one who intrudes into a bunch of thieves to claim a share Colloquy a formal conversation or conference comitatus com-a-TAY-tus loyalty to one’s band or group Concatenate to link together in a series or chain concatenation con-CAT-a-nation things linked together or joined in a chain Congruous being in agreement, harmony or correspondence; conforming to the circumstances or requirements of a situation; marked or enhanced by harmonious agreement among elements Contemn to view or treat with contempt; scorn copacetic “going just right” Coruscate to give off or reflect light in bright beams or flashes; sparkle Coruscating to emit sparkles of light; sparkle Cosh a small cottage, hut cosseted KOS-a-ted pampered Coterminous having a common boundary Coven a meeting of witches Crapulous marked by intemperance especially in eating and drinking; sick from excessive indulgence in liquor Croodle to creep close; a faint humming, the low music of birds Cuckold a man whose wife has committed adultery Cupidity inordinate desire for wealth; avarice, greed; strong desire; lust cupidity que-PID-a-tee greed; avarice Cyclopean having the kind of masonry used in preclassical Greek architecture, characterized by large undressed blocks of stone cynosure SIGH-na-shore (from the Greek: “dog’s tail”) center of attention; point to which all eyes are drawn. (Really? From “dog’s tail”? Yes. The “dog’s tail” appears in a constellation, locating the North star, which rivets the attention of sailors at sea. Thus: center of attention.) (see also: sinecure)