Duncan: Misc


Final Fantasy

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Master Duncan's in-game sprite

Duncan Harcourt (ダンカン・ハーコート Dankan Hākōto) is a non-playable character in Final Fantasy VI. He is a skilled martial arts master. His sprite is the same as Banon's, but with the same color scheme as Edgar used when he disguised himself as Gerad.


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Duncan's dojo

Duncan ran a dojo outside of South Figaro near Mt. Kolts where he trained students in the martial arts. His two star pupils were his son Vargas and Sabin Rene Figaro. Sabin and Vargas were in a major rivalry, and both of them argued over who would take Duncan's place as the new master. Each one insisted that Duncan favored the other. However, Vargas, convinced that Sabin was who would be chosen, apparently killed his father. When they passed through South Figaro, the player party learned of this from Duncan's wife, and went to Mt. Kolts, where Vargas got his comeuppance from Sabin, when he used a Blitz technique on him.

However, Duncan apparently did not die. The party can meet him in the World of Ruin, where he has built a new dojo near Narshe. It is here where he teaches Sabin his ultimate Blitz: The Phantom Rush.


  • Duncan Harcourt was created by Kaori Tanaka, who also worked on the PlayStation game Xenogears. In that game, there is a character named Sigurd Harcourt. His brother of Bartholomew Fatima, a descendant of a character named Roni Fatima. Roni has a brother named Rene. Together, they live in a high-tech desert kingdom and possess a fortress that can travel through the sand. Harcourt, Roni, Rene, their desert kingdom and their mobile sand fortress are all homages to Final Fantasy VI.
  • In the Dawn of Souls and 20th Anniversary remakes of the original Final Fantasy, Duncan is one of the automatic names the player can choose for the Monk job.

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Guild Wars

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Duncan the Black

Species: Dwarf
Profession: Ritualist Image:Ritualist-icon.png
Level(s): 29(32)
This article has an associated Zaishen Challenge Quest.



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  • Upon defeating Duncan the Black, the Hierophant's Chest will spawn which contains three items(or four in HM), two of which are a Deldrimor Armor Remnant and an Onyx Gemstone. Almost all remaining foes and enemy spirits will vanish, and any dead party members will be resurrected. When the last party member opens the chest, a 3-minute countdown to end the instance will begin, after which time the party will respawn just outside Slavers' Exile.
  • Duncan's monster skill states that 100% of the damage dealt to Duncan is dealt to the source of the damage. This damage can be reduced by skills such as Protective Spirit.
  • Duncan has not been seen casting his monster skill, suggesting that it is always active.
  • To avoid the constant attacks from his spirits, there is a corner that works as a shield on the lower floor, from there you can attack Duncan The Black
Image:Bug.png Bug! Duncan the Black's monster skill states that it inflicts 100% of the damage inflicted upon Duncan on the source of the damage. However, it has actually been observed to redirect 75% to 200% of the damage dealt to him.

Hints for defeating Duncan the Black

  • Now that Duncan's Defense deals back damage even from such skills as Pain Inverter, Backfire, Mistrust, Guilt, and Empathy, it is no longer advisable to attack him in this manner. (In the past, these skills were not affected by Duncan's Defense, and were therefore very effective.)
  • All forms of health degeneration can help with getting Duncan's health down. He has no defense against Life Transfer, Life Siphon, burning, etc.
  • A player with Swap, Gaze of Fury, or Unnatural Signet can move his spirits to a much more manageable position or destroy them as necessary. Spirits of Recuperation and Disenchantment should be considered primary targets, but as long as one is swapping spirits, one may as well swap all of them.
    • Consider using Consume Soul to destroy these spirits instantly.
    • Players more commonly use Swap. If two party members bring swap, the process is very quick and you can remove all the spirits to a safe spot where they can affect neither Duncan nor you.
    • Using Recall also helps when swapping the spirits near Duncan; this way you avoid being spiked by Duncan's Channeling Magic.
  • Another method to defeat Duncan is to let a party member die near him and have a Necromancer spam Signet of Sorrow on him, but remember that the Necromancer will take damage from Duncan's Defense.
  • Many more pop up touchers are added in Hard Mode and can be deadly.
  • It's good to use his tactics against him, so using Gaze from Beyond and Channeled Strike against him is a good way to take him down quick and easy, do make sure though that you have some defense to go against Duncan's Defense
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Ice Hockey

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An Ice Hockey Wiki article.

Duncan is a town of about 5000 people in British Columbia, Canada.

It is located in the southern part of Vancouver Island.



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Up to date as of February 07, 2010
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"Duncan" redirects here. For the character featured in "Exodus, Part 1", see Duncan (Exodus)
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Duncan Forrester is the attorney who represented Kate in her criminal defense trial following her return from the Island. ("Eggtown")

Duncan escorted Kate to a courthouse in Los Angeles. Kate was hesitant about entering and asked if there was a back enterance. Duncan instead told her that she would go in the front door with her head held high. They then both exited the car and made their way through a throng of reporters and protesters, with Duncan refusing to give any comments.

In the courtroom, despite Duncan's best efforts, Kate was put into custody after she pleaded not guilty. Duncan apologized for her being put into custody. He later visited her, telling her that the case would need to be a character case instead of about what Kate did or did not do. Duncan suggested allowing Kate's son into the courtroom to build sympathy for her with the jury, but Kate refused to expose him to the proceedings.

After admitting being damaged in the prosecution's opening statement, Duncan called a clean-shaven Dr. Jack Shephard to the stand as a character witness. Kate seemed visibly shocked. Once sworn in, Jack stated that he knew Kate from the crash of Oceanic Flight 815 and the more than 100-day survival ordeal that followed. Duncan then asked him if he knew of Kate's fugitive status and how. Jack replied that he did know, but he didn't learn from marshal, as, according to Jack's testimony, he died during the plane crash. It was Kate, Jack said, who later told him of her status.

Later, Duncan escorted in Kate's mother, still alive but sickly and wheel-chair bound, to see Kate in a courthouse conference room, then left the two alone to talk.

During a recess, Duncan, Kate, and Melissa Dunbrook, the district attorney, discussed plea bargain sentencing. After rejecting an offer of four years in prison for his client, Duncan also rejected an offer of ten years' probation, but Kate overrided his rejection and said she'd take it. ("Eggtown")


  • During casting this character was known as "Marc Forrester". He was described as a nice looking, cocky, not-afraid-to-argue corporate player willing to risk his position for a promotion in a company buy-out. His boss was supposed to be Arthur Galzethron. [1]
  • Forrester shares a name with Duncan B. Forrester, author of Apocalypse Now?: Reflections on Faith in a Time of Terror.

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Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From TibiaWiki

File:Duncan.gif NPC Duncan
Location: Sabrehaven on Meriana, here
Occupation: Shopkeeper
Notes: Duncan is the shopkeeper of the rebel settlement of Sabrehaven.

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Items traded: Sells: Pirate Tapestry 40 gp. Buys:
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Up to date as of February 06, 2010

From Yu-Gi-Oh Card Maker Wiki

English: Duncan
Attribute: DARK Image:Dark.png
Type: Killer Bass
Level: 7 Image:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.png
ATK/DEF: 3000/2000
Card Lore: A young punk from Juvenile Hall. Under his crusty shell lies a heart of gold
Card Limit: Unlimited
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