"Donald Duck is one of the most daring adventurers of all time!" -Webby VanderquackWoo-oo!
Donald Fauntleroy Duck is a reoccuring character from the original show in 1987 , but is a more active member of the main characters in the reboot.
Donald Duck is a very caring, devoted, fiery and independent duck who takes responsibility for his sister's kids as their guardian and gives them love and protection as if they were his own children, doing anything to protect them from harm's way.
Donald is very overprotective of his nephews, to the point where he feels uncomfortable leaving them alone. Before the nephews met Scrooge McDuck, Donald never let then venture far and always kept a close eye on them since they usually sneak away; as seen in the comic 'The Chilling Secret of the Lighthouse'.
Yet once when he realizes how happy they are when they adventure with their great-uncle Scrooge McDuck in the pilot episode, Donald gives them the freedom to have adventures with Scrooge.
Which shows Donald altruism and compassion for others, whether it's through being there for his family or others, Donald stops to lend a hand. Such as when he allowed Flintheart Glomgold's henchmen access to the submarine while Atlantis was falling apart. Even though they tried to harm his family, Donald still does the right thing and help them to prevent their death. He does the same thing in The House of the Lucky Gander where he tries to help his cousin Gladstone despite the fact Gladstone frustrates him a lot.
Donald is a very honest and straight-forward person, as when something is unfair or has angered him he is the one to express his honest opinion on it. Which also shows that he very passionate, as he doesn't hold back to express his fury and love. This has gotten him into trouble, but through it all Donald doesn't let anyone push him around. This is well displayed in Daytrip of Doom, where Donald wishes for Mrs. Beakley telling him what to do, in turn showing his stubbornness.
Although Donald is generally well-meaning, he has a violent, explosive temper that can be set off on the moments of frustration, as well brought in when he's impatient. Especially since nothing goes his way.
In The House of the Lucky Gander it stated that Donald is the unluckiest duck in the world, which has always made things hard for him all the time; as most things never go his ways and even gets him injured.
Although even though all his misfortunes, Louie states the best thing about Donald is that he never gives up. Always persistence never quitting through all misadventures making him a survivor, a quality his nephews' respect.
Through all Donald emotional tendency of affection, protectiveness, and fury, Donald is also very insecure, as nothing comes easy for him and the opinion of others can him can drag in to being depressed. This is well shown in The House of the Lucky Gander, where Donald bad luck bring him down while his cousins Gladstone good luck gives him everything making Donald feels like a loser. This discouraged Donald more when his nephews favors Gladstone and Scrooge more than him, making him feeling hurt and belittled.
Yet despite his shortcomings, Donald's positivity and loyalty shines when he gives his all for the ones he loves.
Donald Duck is a character created by Walt Disney. He is a white, anthropomorphic duck of light blue eyes with a yellow-orange bill, legs, and feet. He usually wears a sailor shirt, cap and a red or black bow tie, but no trousers at all.
Skills and Abilities
Despite Donald bad luck, Donald abilities are in his bravery, determination and will to fight; when he has to, this usually is brought when he is protecting his family.
During these times when Donald gets angry, his abilities switch into high-gear. He becomes stronger, faster and way more determined this is well shown in The House of The Lucky Gander! and Daytrip of Doom! This is used when his family (more specifically his nephews) are in danger, and Donald's anger trigger with his protectiveness compromise and he becomes bolder in saving those who are important to him.
Donald is Scrooge McDuck's nephew through his sister Hortense McDuck. They spent a lot of time together when he was younger, they went on many adventures with Scrooge and his sister Della. On their last adventures something happened and it caused the two to part ways. This led to a ten year estranged period in Woo-oo, Donald found himself forced to call on Scrooge to babysit Huey, Dewey, and Louie while he went to a job interview. Donald was skeptical and nervous to leave his nephews with Scrooge and later had his fears confirmed when he learned of Scrooge's including the boys on his expedition to Atlantis. However, he eventually realized that Scrooge could also teach the boys how to survive tough situations. In the following, there was an explosion on his boat agreed to Scrooge letting them move into McDuck Manor.
Della is Donald twin sister who isn't around currently, and so he does her the favor that he watches over her kids. Not much is said about Della, but based on Donald's behavior in The Spear of Selene!, it's shown that Donald is very sensitive about her disappearance. Before the events of Woo-oo! Donald and Della were very close, as they travel the world and went on adventures with their uncle Scrooge.
Huey, Dewey, and Louie are Donald's nephews and as well as being their uncle, Donald is also their guardian. Even though they can troublesome Donald loves them unconditionally as if they were his own kids, and ten years with then has brought him to the point where Donald has become an overprotective father-figure to the triplets. In the events of Woo-oo his protectiveness has went to a ridiculous point, as seen in his pictures of them where Donald help Dewey's first steps while being surrounded by pillows, and when Donald shown to have Huey wear football armor just to be the water boy. Yet even if he goes overboard with his parental nature is in the right place, but will become very bold as to throw himself into danger to save them; which shows where he save Dewey from being killed in Atlantis. And even in Daytrip of Doom! where Donald fought two Beagle Boy (who kidnapped his kids) at the same time to save his nephews.
Donald and Gladstone are cousins, and as they grew up they spent a lot of time together. Although even though their family Donald always had a strong dislike and was envious of Gladstone's luck. During their growing up together whenever something good happened to Gladstone, something bad happened to Donald; this irritated Donald making him feel insignificant. Yet despite their difference Donald would still help him out because Donald is always there for family, this is shown in The House of The Lucky Gander!
Donald Duck knew Mrs. Beakley when he was younger during his "better" time with his Uncle Scrooge. At the end of Woo-oo! when Beakley talked to her granddaughter, Webby and allowed her to continue to go on adventures with Scrooge. Her influence gets Donald to give his nephews more freedom and permission to continue to go on adventures with Scrooge. Yet in Daytrip of Doom! Donald and Beakley got into a fight over house rules. Later Beakley got into a fight with Donald about breaking fire laws, and using up the water bill, causing Donald to order multiple generators for his boat, with Beakley making the remark "He is going to kill himself," and afterward jokingly laughed. They finally working together when Donald showed her the ransom note that the Beagle Boys has their kids. When they go up against the Beagle Boys, Beakley is impressed how tough Donald is. Later at the end of the episode, Donald and Beakley were talking and appeared to be getting along better than before.