"I don't give a stray bit of snot for Royalty. I've yet to see evidence that the Queen does, either."
Strengths: Confidence, Following Orders
Weaknesses: Keeping His Head Warm
First Appearance: First Intermission 49
Duncan possesses a magic item called the Laurel of Napster, which was created thousands of turns ago by a tri-link between a Thinkamancer, Hat Magician and Date-a-mancer. It gives him an intuitive feel for how any two units might interact.
Duncan doesn't seem bothered by his sudden changing of sides and takes his new job as Chief Warlord quite seriously. In fact, he bats heads with Jillian occasionally over her insistence on leading fights over him.
Real World References
His name is a homonym for "Dunking Scone" or perhaps "Dunkin'," a reference to a baked treat often taken with coffee and the manner in which it is enjoyed. Additionally, his name could also reference the coffee shop/baked good chain "Dunkin' Donuts". His skin is mocha-colored, again referencing coffee either a bean from Yemen or a type of drink, and he wears Jitterati's livery of white with a circular green symbol, a reference to Starbucks.
His name may also be a reference to the episode of the TV version of Highlander in which Duncan MacLeod returns the Stone of Scone to Scotland.
He looks impeccably similar to Lobot, the Vice Administrator of Cloud City from Star Wars.
In Macbeth, Macbeth is is crowned at Scone, after killing King Duncan.
May also be a reference to Duncan Idaho, from the Dune series, who initially serves as an Atreides warlord, and later as a Mentat.