Duncan Ataman-WIlliams | 28| Operations Instructor | TAKEN
FC: Chris Pine
Born as the first and only son of the villainous magical duo Malik Ataman and Ellayne Williams, his first four years of life were spent being spoiled by his mother while his father planned multiple robberies that lead to them being the most successful thieves of the decade (2000’s), and that of course put them on S.H.I.E.L.D.’s most wanted.
When tracked down and ambushed, both managed to get away and ended up leaving their son behind to be taken in by the agents sent to take in his parents. Under the orders of Director Rick Stoner and with his parents nowhere to be found, Duncan was put into multiple classes and training courses under S.H.I.E.L.D.’s supervision, and was slowly molded into a proper agent.
The entirety of his adolescence was spent between school work, combat and weaponry training, along with multiple apprenticeships under some of the best agents S.H.I.E.L.D. had to offer – including that of Natasha Romanoff, Bruno Kreah, Tony Masters, Logan Howlett, Clint Barton, and Joanie “Nails” Eaton. Though the years were very hard for the young agent in training, he did make it through and was welcomed as a full fledged S.H.I.E.L.D Agent at the ripe age of seventeen. Because of his age and his inexperience he was mainly an accessory to other agents on their assigned missions. He was also mainly used as programmer even before he given his badge and assisted in taking down multiple governments with a mixture of hacking, outing secrets, and shutting down entire countries.
As the Agent matured, he was moved up through the secretive ranks of S.H.I.E.L.D. up to clearance level 10 along side his main mentor Natasha Romanoff, whom he was later chose to replace when the time came. He mainly did missions from behind a computer but did occasionally do field missions, which resulted in his capture for a solid four months by a terrorist group. Later found and rescued by a team sent in by Director Nick Fury and lead by agent Phil Coulson. After his forced recovery, he was immediately sent back into the field to continue his work for S.H.I.E.L.D., a much more hardened agent.
Much like his mentor, Natasha Romanoff, he’s very clever and very quick to solve problems, but also like his mentor he has rather questionable morals and is more than willing to do whatever it takes to get a job done. That quality often gets him compared to his parents which can set him off when mentioned, even after many years of therapy, he is triggered by such. He’s a social butterfly and a shamless flirt– liking to flatter men and women alike just because he can. He’s very aware of how attractive he is and is often told that he’s full of himself instead of being told he’s confident.
Negative & Positives :
- Questionable morals & Somewhat vain
- Clever & Confident
- Natasha Romanoff (Mentor, Mother-figure),
- Clint Barton (Uncle-like)