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- This article is about the Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated incarnation of Daphne Blake. For other incarnations, see Daphne Blake (disambiguation).
|Daphne Blake (Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated)|
|Nickname(s)||Daph; Danger-prone Daphne|
|Occupation||Student; Amateur sleuth; Babysitter|
|Affiliation||New Mystery Incorporated|
|Family||Barty Blake (father); Nan Blake (mother); Daisy Blake (sister); Dawn Blake (sister); Dorothy Blake (sister); Delilah Blake (sister); Wedded Blake sister|
|First appearance||SDMI: Beware The Beast From Below|
|Voice actor||Grey DeLisle|
Physical appearanceDaphne is a young beautiful Caucasian teenage girl with shoulder-length ginger hair and purple eyes. She wears a purple headband, a long-sleeved purple mini-dress with lighter purple stripes, a green scarf, pink silk tights, and purple buckled Mary Janes with bows (with the exception of "In fear of the Phantom", in which Daphne got a rock star makeover). In fear of the phantom, Daphne had her hair longer and tied in a pony tail. In the scene of the makeover, the Hex Girls used mascara and blush. She wore a black skirt and a tank top which revealed her stomach area.
Daphne is portrayed as trusting, enthusiastic, kind but is also ditzy, pretty wacky and at times lovestruck. She is quite intelligent though not as much as her sisters since they all managed to graduate college at an early age and while she is still in high school. Despite being fabulously wealthy, she does not have the same snobby or vain personality that her parents and siblings have. She can also sometimes be a helpless damsel-in-distress and a bit of a klutz, however she is quite self-reliant. She had a crush on Fred Jones, Jr. and is frustrated when he is initially oblivious to her affection. She goes crazy over chocolate, most likely an unhealthy addiction.
Daphne and the gang solved the mystery of the Creeper when she, the Creeper and the rest of the gang, except Scooby-Doo, were trapped in hay-sacks and Scooby unmasked the Creeper who was actually Deacon Carlswell.
Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated
She and the rest of the gang were arrested and placed in a cell after Sheriff Bronson Stone had had enough of them interfering in police affairs. After this her parents tried to dissuade her from associating with the gang because they saw them as a bad influence and her attraction to Fred who they didn't approve of.
The gang got caught in the Slime Mutant case which took them to the underground caverns below Fruitmeir's where she found a mysterious locket with a picture of a young teen couple. Despite their meddling, the gang proved that the Slime Mutant was just Prof. Emmanuel Raffalo. (Beware The Beast From Below)
The gang went to Gatorsburg when Mr. E tipped them off on a counterfeiting job involving alligators. While there, the Mystery Machine's engine was stolen and they had to stay in a creepy hotel during the night. The boys and girls were seperated, but that didn't stop Daphne from getting in Fred's room, but he was only concerned with showing her a book of his past traps.
Daphne's parents set her up on a date with Rung Ladderton, an heir to a ladder company. Daphne felt awkard about it because of her feelings about Fred, but still obliged. Rung was only interested in himself and turned out to be the crystal doorknob thief and driver of the Ghost Truck.
On one night she was babysitting Arthur Baywosenthal, he turned into a feracious monster following the orders of Que Horrifico. But this was only Mary Anne Gleardan who had bribed the young children of Crystal Cove to take over the town.
She was particularly jealous when new girl, Alice May, and Fred took an instant liking to each other and planned to go to the prom together. She was of course instantly suspicious of her and accused her of being the Ghost Girl.
On prom night she got to Fred before Alice did and asked him to go with her because it was something she had wanted to do for a long time. He was more than happy to do it for a 'friend'. Later Alice turned up at prom as the Ghost Girl and tried to kill Fred for dumping her. This was only a disguise though as revenge for sending her alleged father to jail. Once prom was over, the gang found a yearbook containing images of a group of mystery solvers similiar to them; two of the kids were from Daphne's locket.
She impersonated the leader singer of the Hex Girls in order to draw out the Phantom and capture him, but was instead captured herself. She was tied up, gagged, and suspended from the ceiling as Fred wished that he didn't care about her. She was mad, but they reconciled after she took on the guise of "Crush" and put her feelings into a song she wrote herself which she performed with the Hex Girls at a live concert.
The gang had to prove the innocence of Scooby when a dangerous robotic dog resembling him was damaging and terrorizing the town.
Daphne's mom was suspected of being a thieving vampire. During the case the boys and girls were dividing by the break up of Shaggy Rogers and Velma Dinkley. By the time the case was solved, the gang had grown distant toward each other.
In preparing for their futures, the gang (seperately) checked out Darrow University. During their time there they were compelled to work together when solving the Char Gar Gothakon case. Once done, their friendship was restored, even more so by the Darrow Family Archives.
The gang had to back out the finals of a mystery solvers contest when Scooby was too sick to attend.
Fred was having difficulty adjusting to it just being him and Daphne, bringing along the gang on their dates. She was wooed by the romantic leader of a gang of bikers, purportedly orcs. Although flattered, she was only interested in Fred who joyously bragged about to him.
The humans of town were overcome by a love spell by Aphrodite. Scooby and an unlikely ally freed the gang and together caught Aphrodite and saved the town. Daphne was worried that Fred didn't really mean the things he said under the love spell, but he did.
The gang investigated the mansion of the Darrows which had been almost entirely swallowed up by an earthquake several years ago (where the Darrow University was built over it). Once down there, they were trapped by the surviving member who set elaborate traps for them to escape from, only the decrepid hermit had set them for their predecessors who he believed had returned. The traps Fred and Daphne had got into were meant for Brad Chiles and Judy Reeves, which Fred managed to get them free from.
Daphne tried to warm her parents up to Fred which didn't go so well when it was revealed that he had booby trapped their mansion during a dinner for Mr. Wang which had been interrupted by the Red Wizard.
Fred and Daphne's dinner date (at the Bloody Stake) had been interrupted by Shaggy and Scooby's plead for help when Vincent Van Ghoul's mansion was put on lockdown with the three of them trapped inside with Nightfright. After the case had been solved, Daphne had them for dinner where a starved pigged out the only way and Scooby could.
The gang helped Sheriff Stone to get his job back by proving the Ghost of Dead Justice was a fraud. During the Dead Justice case Sheriff Stone took her seat next to Fred. Once the case had been solved, they had a date at Skipper Shelton's Clam Cabin. Fred said there would always be a place next to him which she rashly took as a proposal (which he also didn't deny) and accepted.
She rebounded while he was away, with Baylor Hotner, and rejected him and the gang when they got back together to capture Crybaby Clown. Without Daphne, their trap to capture Crybaby Clown failed because Fred had put her in his plan believing she would return.
- Daphne is the only member of Mystery Inc. to have any siblings. In fact she is the youngest sibling of the Blakes; Delilah even calls her "baby sis".
- Daphne's closet is huge, although she only wears one outfit.
- She's had two boyfriends that turned out to be the culprit.
- She's a talented singer, from impersonating Thorn to performing her own song.
- She wore a magnifying glass shape locket that used to belong to Judy Reeves, until she was eventually able to return it the latter.