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A daring and tricky adventurer to match Scrooge McDuck himself, this Goldie O'Gilt repeatedly crossed paths with the stingy Scotsman on their respective globe-trotting adventures, and the two are more or less infatuated with each other. However, where Scrooge has a strong moral and practical sense, Goldie is an amoral daredevil and a thief who considers it a game to backstab Scrooge whenever they partner up — though she does her best to save him in truly criticial situations.
Behind the scenes
This version of Goldie was created for DuckTales 2017, and, while artwork of her had been released (as well as a silhouette cameo in the end credits of the series) as early as 2017, she made her proper debut in The Golden Lagoon of White Agony Plains in June of 2018.
This incarnation of Goldie has been described as "Scrooge's Catwoman" by the writing team, in allusion to superhero Batman's popular female foil Catwoman (most memorably portrayed on screen by Eartha Kitt and Michelle Pfeiffer). It is indeed central to Catwoman's character that she is much less mentally and morally stable than Batman, making a living as an Arpin Lusène-esque thief — a similar dynamic to Scrooge and Goldie's. Parallels have also been drawn with the Doctor Who character River Song, especially considering David Tennant's background.