|Television programs||Castaras (Upcoming)|
|Other names||Lass (by Ace)|
|Personality||Kind, happy, caring, very helpful, encouraging, determined, fearfull, brave, loving, pure-hearted, free-spirited, selfless, clever, optimistic, energetic, innocent, a knack for leadership, responsible, loyal, dependable, honorable, compassionate, pragmatic, altruistic|
|Appearance||Slender frame, pale yellow feathers, ryellow bill and feet, teal blue eyes, shoulder-length wavy brown hair, dark purple skirt, pink tank top with light pink lve heart in the centre, pink neckring.|
|Occupation||School Teaching Assistant (temp)|
|Goal||To defeat The Villians|
|Relatives||Daffy Duck (boyfriend/creator|
|Enemies||The Villians, Zod|
|Likes||Her friends, being a princess, her family, helping others, swans, sewing, parties,|
|Powers and abilities||none|
"I dont love you, i love Daffy..please let me go!"
- Lyndsey Duck to Zod
Lyndsey Duck is a playful, but also a very caring friend. She does anything she can to keep her friends safe, as she once helped Lisa Simpson defeat her bully Francine Rhenquiest. Lyndsey Duck is actually a clone of Lyndsey Longmoore. She was created by Daffy after the human Lyndsey rejected him when he said they should become a couple and that she is the "Next Tina Russo", Lyndsey then laughs it off saying a Duck and human couple would be "Weird". Lyndsey Duck is the new character for Castaras, and the new future girlfriend for Daffy Duck and a replacement of Tina Russo. She was created by Daffy after human Lyndsey Longmoore rejected him after he revealed he liked her. So Daffy takes a lock of her hair and places her DNA in a cloning device, in which he sets to create a female duck of Lyndsey.
During Series 5, Of the last episode, Lyndsey Duck as well as Daffy are both killed by a rock colission after Zod causes an avalanche.
- "Who do you think i am...Frankenstein!?" - First ever line
- "I dont love you, i love Daffy..Please let me go"
- "I saw her..i saw Tina!"
- "What's happening"
- "DAFFY!!" - Last line before her death