"Adventure is not about planning, it's about doing."
Dewford "Dewey" Duck is a main character in the 2017 DuckTales series and one of Donald's triplet nephews. Dewey is the Middle child of the triplets. He is the one in blue.
The second brother hatched and dealing with classic middle-child syndrome, Dewey is always looking for ways to stand out from the crowd. Dubbed "The Guts," Dewey is quick to throw himself into dangerous situations without thinking, just to prove himself. Deep down he's worried that he's just an ordinary duck so he's constantly itching to make a name for himself.
Dewey is the daring, rebellious, and adventurous thrill seeker of the trio, who loves to explore and do bold and exciting things to stand out and get notice. Dewey can be impulsive he can't sit still to long before jump into the action, without thinking it through. Dewey also loves attention and tries to stand out as his own individual among his brothers.
Dewey has shown to be compassionate, which shows when he stands up for Webby when everyone was hesitate in 'Daytrip of Doom' and offers to save Mark Beaks even after learning he was a fraud. Dewey can be sensitive; he feel easily insulted as seen in "The Infernal Internship of Mark Beak" when Huey admits to thinking that Dewey as irresponsible and not serious enough to be successful. This shows that Dewey is also bit insecure. Dewey is also very emotional attached on his mission to learn about his long lost mother to a point that he want to know more about her but is afraid of what the answers may be as shown in The Spear of Selene!
With his ambitious and quick-thinking personality Dewey is eager to prove himself. And sees himself becoming a successor to his Great Uncle Scrooge, he is eager to show his skills in their adventures .
Skills and Abilities
Dewey may not be as analytical as Huey, or as sly as Louie, but Dewey is the most fearless and daring of the three. Dewey's greatest strength can be seen in his bravery, yet he is also a quick thinker. Although sometimes his plans are not always thought through enough to work, but through the events of Woo-oo he has learned to be more observant and a better problem-solver, which has improved his skills as a explorer.
Dewey is very close with his brothers. They're all very mischievous and get into a lot of trouble together, yet Dewey and Louie cause the most trouble. Even though their brothers, they have a friendship with each other. They usually get along, but sometimes they can disagree and get into fights or competitions.
Donald is Dewey's uncle and guardian, although Dewey views him as boring he still loves his uncle though Dewey and brothers tend to go behind his back. Yet despite Dewey's rebellious nature Donald continues to love him unconditionally and do whatever he can to protect them. Which is shown in Woo-oo where Donald jumps into danger to prevent Dewey from becoming burned.
Scrooge McDuch is Dewey great-uncle. Dewey looks up to Scrooge, viewing him as the most exciting Duck in the world. He never knew he was his great uncle before the events of Woo-oo, and within learning they were related Dewey was ecstatic and wished to be his successor, so Dewey aims to impress him.
Webby is one of Dewey best friends, they are very good close friends that are kindred spirits with their mutual love for action, adventure and mystery. They love hanging out together and work great together, they have a very strong friendship and it shows. As well as being fun loving they are very reliable, trusting and compassionate towards one another that they are always there for each other when time are tough and thrilling. This is shown in Daytrip of Doom when everyone was hesitate to bring Webby to Funzo's Fun-zone knowing she is going to be a handful, but Dewey wants to give her a chance and help her out. And in The Great Dime Chase when Dewey wishes to know about his mother he turns to Webby for help. And through out all the trails they discover a secret room dedicated to Della, Dewey trusts Webby to keep this as their secret until they know what it means. With all the trust and kindness Dewey gives Webby in their friendship, she does the same in The Spear of Selene! Dewey wishes to quit their conspiracy hunt on Della Duck. Webby doesn't want to end her investigation and they fight about it, but once she found out that Dewey is scared to know his mother's true nature, she show her sympathy by steps aside in support for her friend's emotional strife. Yet for Dewey this motivates him to keep going. Dewey thanks Webby by showing that he is grateful to have her around.