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Introduction
About Gordon Quid

About Gordon Quid

A few quick deets on Gordon

"The CLAW!!"
— Gordon

Gordon Quid ("Platon" in France) is the Deuteragonist, a Manx and Munchkin mix cat and a brave member of the Highland Quid Clan.

PersonalityEdit

All honor and heart, righter of wrong, do-er of good, Gordon is a sloppy bachelor who harbours a secret crush on Human Kimberly.

He is loyal to a fault, full of pride, and a very messy eater. Judging from his short tail, he is a Manx.

Gordon also has a mission set before him: Get Mr. Blik to do the right thing.

He acts and talks like he is from Scotland (despite the fact that he's really not).

This cat has a soft spot for Human Kimberly and loves singing.

He is a great cook - but most of the Scottish dishes he cooks are considered unedible. His singing hobby quite regularly irritates his older brother, Mr. Blik.

Nick.de Bio Edit

Gordon ist die Katze mit dem goldenen Herzen. Loyal, ehrlich und von absolut nobler Gesinnung.

Character DesignEdit

Gordon Surprised
Gordon has mostly white fur with an orange/ginger spot around his left eye that resembles a bicolor cat.

He has a stumpy orange tail and a pair of green (or in earlier cases, blue) eyes with black pupils.

He has no nose, has five orange hairs sticking out from his chest, a wide mouth with sharp, yellow-ish teeth, and mostly resembles a big bag of flour.

Catchphrases and Running Gags Edit

Gordon is a more serious character of the main trio, but this doesn't mean he doesn't have a few jokes and gags surrounding him. Below is a list of the catchphrases and running gags that involve Gordon throughout the Catscratch series.

  • "Great Gopher!"
  • "Aye!"
  • "In the name of the Highland Quid Clan" ("Feel my sting!")
  • "Cheer!"
  • "Pop a wheelie!" (First seen in the Gear comic: "And we're gonna POP WHEELIES and everything!"
  • Gordon presenting/making grotesque Scottish cuisine.
  • "The CLAW!" (Gordon's Lucky Claw)
  • His constant affections towards Human Kimberly.
  • His delight at singing.
    • bonus points when Mr. Blik demands that he stops.
  • "Foul creature..."
  • His delusions of a Scottish background.
    • bonus points when Blik reminds him he was born underneath the couch.

Differences From The Gear Comic Edit

Gear Gordon

Gordon Quid has changed quite a bit since the transition from Gear to Catscratch. In Gear, Gordon was a lot more intense. For instance, to avenge his brother's death, he stabbed himself in the palm, used it as warpaint to increase his blood-lust, jumped onto the mech that did the dirty deed and snuffed out the lives of all that were in there.

Gear's Gordon was a tough and slightly psycho cat. When he's on bloodlust and has a knife or any other weapon, nobody can stop him. If the situation gets dicey, he'll attack without further thinking.

Waffle's missing enthusiasm for battle often makes him mad, but in the depth of his heart Gordon is still a righteous guy who'll always fight for his friends and fulfill his task.

He was very impatient, had quite the temper, and once was more than willing to sell Waffle when he genetically transformed into a massive robot guardian. It might just be the coffee talking though. A few things that still remain from that Gordon to Gordon today is his bravery and his affinity for singing.

Background Information Edit

  • Gordon is the middle child of the cats.
  • Gordon isn't actually from the Highland Quid Clan.
    HQC Tatt Pic
    • However, he was adopted by the clan after he saved their lives.
  • He owns a space-altering plasma canon.
  • He has a Highland Quid Clan tattoo on his leg, despite the clan itself not having such a decor on theirs.
  • His mother, Audrey has an orange patch around his left eye much like he does.
  • He is allergic to both broccoli and chocolate which, if touched, will turn him into a "Mr. Hyde"-like monster.

Trivia Edit

  • Gordon died in Gear from self-sacrifice.
  • In some episodes, Gordon is shown with green-colored eyes, but in others he has blue. This could be due to the fact that the cats of Catscratch and Gear are based on real life cats Doug TenNapel had at the time, and real life Gordon may have been a kitten during production.
  • A cutesy fan-animation of Gordon by Lisa Vertudaches caught the eye of Nickelodeon, and they featured the vine on their own account.

Polls Edit

Would Catscratch Gordon win in a battle against GEAR Gordon?
 
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The poll was created at 03:15 on December 1, 2017, and so far 11 people voted.
Is Gordon Quid the best out of the trio?
 
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The poll was created at 02:23 on October 29, 2017, and so far 16 people voted.

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