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|image = Duchess of Kart.png
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|gamertag = Duchess
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|gender = Female
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|occupation = Student at [[Video Game High School (school)|VGHS]]<br>Banana Kart Team Captain <small> ([[Video Game High School (series)/Season 2|Season 2]])</small>
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|portrayed = [[Joanna Sotomura]]
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|grade = Senior}}
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{{Quote|Karters, let's boost!|The Duchess in [[Season 2, Episode 2|Episode 2]]}}
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The '''Duchess of Kart''' is a student at [[Video Game High School (academy)|Video Game High School]] and the captain of the Banana Kart Team.
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==Overview==
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===Season 2===
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The Duchess is first seen in Episode 2. She gets [[Freddie Wong (character)|Freddie Wong]] away from Ted, who is attempting to sneakily steal sodas from the teacher's lounge for Drift Racing, but hides when Freddie comes along and doesn't want to be caught. She kisses Ted, who is surprised and awful afterward (as he feels he has cheated on Ki). During this kiss, however, she manages to steal [[Drift King]]'s key without Ted noticing. Later on, when Ted and Drift Racing are celebrating, she comes by their class, revealing that she has the key. Ted is shamed by his fellow peers because the Duchess got DK's key.
   
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She is seen later when Ted and [[Brian Doheny|Brian D]] show up to the Banana Kart classroom. Ted, with the help of Brian D, challenges the Duchess and her second-in-command to a game of Banana Kart. If Ted won, he would get the key back. If the Duchess won, Ted would join her team. Ted risks it and accepts her deal.
   
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The Duchess and her teammate lose the battle with Ted and Brian D.
   
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The Duchess of Kart makes another small appearance in [[Season 2, Episode 5|Episode 5]], where she and her partner, also seen in Episode 2, are competing against [[Jennifer Mattheus|Jenny Matrix]] in an achievement hunt. She is seen competing against Jenny in a [[Dance Ex Machina|DXM]] dance competition and apple bobbing<span style="line-height:18px;">.</span>
   
'''Brian Doheny''', often referred to by his gamertag '''BrianD''', is the protagonist of [http://vghs.wikia.com/wiki/Video_Game_High_School_(series) Video Game High School] and currently a member of the [http://vghs.wikia.com/wiki/FPS_Junior_Varsity_Team FPS Junior Varsity team]. Brian's journey begins after he beats [http://vghs.wikia.com/wiki/The_Law The Law], a world-famous amateur gamer on live television, and subsequently recieves international attention and an invitation into the prestigous[http://vghs.wikia.com/wiki/Video_Game_High_School_(academy) VGHS].
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=== Season 3 ===
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The Duchess makes a few appearances in Season 3. Season 3, Episode 5 She is mentioned by DK for the pranks she and her Karters have played on the Drifters. She and DK won a single coupon for a perm at a nearby salon and both believed they deserved it. In retaliation, DK and the Drifters enlisted Ted to help them shoot chewed gum into The Duchess's hair with a slingshot. It is revealed that The Duchess anticipated their attack and wore a wig identical to her natural hair. Instead of shooting the gum back at Ted she gave him an out due to his father dying the previous week. Instead, she shot it into Calhoun's hair and blamed Ted, gaining Ted a week of detention.
   
He becomes close friends with [http://vghs.wikia.com/wiki/Ted_Wong Ted Wong] and [http://vghs.wikia.com/wiki/Ki_Swan Ki Swan] and develops romantic feelings for [http://vghs.wikia.com/wiki/Jenny_Matrix Jenny Matrix], Junior Varsity FPS captain and girlfriend of The Law, who makes it a priority to humiliate and torment Brian at every turn so as to destroy him and his reputation.
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The Duchess is seen again in Season 3, Episode 6. She joins the fight against Napalm by enlisting in the 32 member-strong VGHS FPS team, using her Karting skills to the team's advantage.
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===Ted===
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The Duchess seems to have feelings for Ted, or at least finds him cute and/or attractive. This is evidenced by calling him 'Hot Lips' and 'Teddy Bear.' However, she was able to manipulate him to get the key from DK.
[[http://vghs.wikia.com/wiki/Brian_D# show]] 
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The Duchess's relation towards Drift King is rather antagonistic, as both of them seem to hate each other and have rivalry but in the Season 3 Finale, they put aside their rivalries to face off against the Barnstormer Brothers and their team in the New Napalm-64 Bowl.
==Overview[http://vghs.wikia.com/wiki/Brian_Doheny?action=edit&section=1 Edit]==
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===Jenny===
===Season 1[http://vghs.wikia.com/wiki/Brian_Doheny?action=edit&section=2 Edit]===
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They are rivals, as of Season 2, Episode 5, and are extremely competitive. Other than that, they do not associate with each other, most likely due to the different genres of games they play. However, in the Season 3 Finale, after the Barnstormer Brothers takes over VGHS and the FPS Junior-Varsity Team gained many members to compete the New Napalm-64 Bowl, Duchess begin to look down and expresses a sense of guilt after listening to Jenny's speech revealing that the latter treats every students in VGHS like a family to her, despite being rivals or others. She eventually cast away her rivalry with Jenny and fought alongside her in the FPS game against the Barnstormer Brothers and their team.
:''Main article: [http://vghs.wikia.com/wiki/History_of_BrianD_(Season_1) History of BrianD (Season 1)]''
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[[Category:Characters]]
BrianD is introduced as an ordinary and somewhat puny high school student and avid gamer in the near future that is the[http://vghs.wikia.com/wiki/Video_Game_High_School_(series) VGHS] universe. [http://vghs.wikia.com/wiki/Season_1,_Episode_1 During a clan match], Brian's [http://vghs.wikia.com/wiki/Field_of_Fire game] was reset when world famous amateur gaming celebrity [http://vghs.wikia.com/wiki/The_Law The Law]intervened to showcase his skills whilst on [http://vghs.wikia.com/wiki/In_Real_Life live television]. Brian, who was [http://vghs.wikia.com/wiki/Cheeto away from his keyboard], quickly became the last man standing as The Law single-handedly massacred both teams. Intending to humiliate Brian, The Law placed a grenade on Brian's head, planning to detonate it with a bullet from a distance without looking, however Brian returned in time to slip the grenade off his head, swerve out of The Law's line of fire, and, in process of doing so, knocked the grenade in mid-air with the butt of his assault rifle, and detonated it on The Law, killing him instantly. The event quickly garnered international attention and rocketted  Brian into the spotlight. Not long after, Brian received an invitation to the world's most prestigious and hardcore gaming academy, [http://vghs.wikia.com/wiki/Video_Game_High_School_(academy) Video Game High School].
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[http://vghs.wikia.com/wiki/Episode_2 Upon enrolling at VGHS], Brian became quick friends with [http://vghs.wikia.com/wiki/Kimberly_Swan Kimberly "Ki" Swan] and [http://vghs.wikia.com/wiki/Theodore_Wong Theodore "Ted" Wong]. After unintentionally expelling [http://vghs.wikia.com/wiki/Annihilist another student] by defeating him in a match, Brian contemplated leaving VGHS. Brian was eventually approached by The Law, the school's top student and Varsity FPS captain, who although initially appeared to bear no ill-will, revealed his true intentions to destroy Brian's newfound reputation and broke his keyboard. Brian quickly discovered that his actions and growing reputation began to render him a target for every player at the school, earning him the dislike of the school's dean, [http://vghs.wikia.com/wiki/Ernie_Calhoun Ernie Calhoun]. Brian also took an immediate liking to [http://vghs.wikia.com/wiki/FPS_Junior_Varsity_Team JV FPS] captain [http://vghs.wikia.com/wiki/Jenny_Matrix Jenny Matrix], one of the school's elite gamers and girlfriend of The Law.
 
 
Brian eventually makes it onto the JV FPS team, only to discover he was deliberately accepted so that during a scrimmage between the JV and Varsity FPS teams, he would be forced to face The Law, who had been biding his time and intended to expose Brian to the entire world as a "no talent fluke". When Brian was dealt humiliating defeat and left at brink of expulsion at the hands of The Law, his reputation was jeopardized, and he was issued an ultimatum by Calhoun: either voluntarily leave VGHS or be expelled.
 
 
After a physical confrontation with The Law, Brian unintentionally incited a school-wide brawl and was expelled.[http://vghs.wikia.com/wiki/Season_1,_Episode_8 Upon leaving VGHS], Brian took a job at an arcade and quickly became it's manager, renaming it [http://vghs.wikia.com/wiki/Brian%27s Brian's]. There, he was reunited with Ted and Ki, and was told that he is still able to compete in the FPS clan tryouts because of a technicality. Though initially reluctant to return, he was persuaded otherwise when Jenny appeared and scolded him for so easily giving up on his dreams. TROLLED
 
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Latest revision as of 03:52, June 2, 2019

VGHSLogo Duchess of Kart
Duchess of Kart
Gamertag Duchess
Gender Female
Grade Senior
Occupation Student at VGHS
Banana Kart Team Captain (Season 2)
Portrayed by Joanna Sotomura
"Karters, let's boost!"
— The Duchess in Episode 2

The Duchess of Kart is a student at Video Game High School and the captain of the Banana Kart Team.

OverviewEdit

Season 2Edit

The Duchess is first seen in Episode 2. She gets Freddie Wong away from Ted, who is attempting to sneakily steal sodas from the teacher's lounge for Drift Racing, but hides when Freddie comes along and doesn't want to be caught. She kisses Ted, who is surprised and awful afterward (as he feels he has cheated on Ki). During this kiss, however, she manages to steal Drift King's key without Ted noticing. Later on, when Ted and Drift Racing are celebrating, she comes by their class, revealing that she has the key. Ted is shamed by his fellow peers because the Duchess got DK's key.

She is seen later when Ted and Brian D show up to the Banana Kart classroom. Ted, with the help of Brian D, challenges the Duchess and her second-in-command to a game of Banana Kart. If Ted won, he would get the key back. If the Duchess won, Ted would join her team. Ted risks it and accepts her deal.

The Duchess and her teammate lose the battle with Ted and Brian D.

The Duchess of Kart makes another small appearance in Episode 5, where she and her partner, also seen in Episode 2, are competing against Jenny Matrix in an achievement hunt. She is seen competing against Jenny in a DXM dance competition and apple bobbing.

Season 3 Edit

The Duchess makes a few appearances in Season 3. Season 3, Episode 5 She is mentioned by DK for the pranks she and her Karters have played on the Drifters. She and DK won a single coupon for a perm at a nearby salon and both believed they deserved it. In retaliation, DK and the Drifters enlisted Ted to help them shoot chewed gum into The Duchess's hair with a slingshot. It is revealed that The Duchess anticipated their attack and wore a wig identical to her natural hair. Instead of shooting the gum back at Ted she gave him an out due to his father dying the previous week. Instead, she shot it into Calhoun's hair and blamed Ted, gaining Ted a week of detention.

The Duchess is seen again in Season 3, Episode 6. She joins the fight against Napalm by enlisting in the 32 member-strong VGHS FPS team, using her Karting skills to the team's advantage.

RelationshipsEdit

TedEdit

The Duchess seems to have feelings for Ted, or at least finds him cute and/or attractive. This is evidenced by calling him 'Hot Lips' and 'Teddy Bear.' However, she was able to manipulate him to get the key from DK.

DKEdit

The Duchess's relation towards Drift King is rather antagonistic, as both of them seem to hate each other and have rivalry but in the Season 3 Finale, they put aside their rivalries to face off against the Barnstormer Brothers and their team in the New Napalm-64 Bowl.

JennyEdit

They are rivals, as of Season 2, Episode 5, and are extremely competitive. Other than that, they do not associate with each other, most likely due to the different genres of games they play. However, in the Season 3 Finale, after the Barnstormer Brothers takes over VGHS and the FPS Junior-Varsity Team gained many members to compete the New Napalm-64 Bowl, Duchess begin to look down and expresses a sense of guilt after listening to Jenny's speech revealing that the latter treats every students in VGHS like a family to her, despite being rivals or others. She eventually cast away her rivalry with Jenny and fought alongside her in the FPS game against the Barnstormer Brothers and their team.

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