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This version of Scrooge McDuck had the same biography as the main universe's version up until 1947. It appears that around this time, Scrooge still came out of retirement and went back to his Money Bin, though the events surrounding this must have been different. He soon hired Gus Goose as his assistant. However, Gus, clueless as ever, gave away Scrooge's Lucky Dime to Magica De Spell, who became the richest duck in the world. His spirit broken by this loss, Scrooge quickly lost the rest of his fortune to a crooked business deal with Flintheart Glomgold.
Scrooge lived out the rest of his life as a beggar on the street. By the 1960's (which is the time period Donald Duck was sent in by the Birthday Genie in the main universe's 1952), Scrooge had gone halfway insane, believing anyone who approached him wanted another dime from him. Gus, atoning for his mistake, would take care of him. Meanwhile, Scrooge's Money Bin had been bought by Daisy Duck and turned into a printing house.
Behind the scenesEdit
This version of Scrooge first and only appeared in 1994 in The Duck Who Never Was.