|Okay, it's dreadful, but the Jolly Rotter flag routine I made up to go with it really makes it work..|
|—Vandala Doubloons in her "Haunted - Student Spirits" Diary|
She is voiced in English by Haviland Stillwell with a Cockney accent.
Being the daughter of a pirate ghost, Vandala considers herself a born adventurer, and the truth is that she is one. She's constantly on the lookout for adventure and excitement, either at school or on the high seas, and is very loud and dramatic as a result, almost to the point were she can be considered rather short of sanity, talking to herself and exaggerating every single of her actions, and is most of the time oblivious to most thing, completely focused and invested on her "adventures", no matter how small they are.
She owns her own pirate ship, the Salty Spectre, complete with a skeleton crew, and loves to take it out to sea and go exploring. Her only problem is that she gets seasick very easily, something she feels is not very conductive of a pirate captain. Despite this flaw, which she is very conscious about, she is a great leader and captain.
Vandala has soft sea green skin and teal hair. Her right lower leg is missing, which is why she wears an artificial one, which is a translucent peg leg. She has pale pink-orange eyes with whitish hues. Her pupils are a similar color to her eyes, but slightly darker.
Little is known about her family, only that at least one of her parents is a ghost, specifically a ghost pirate.
She has a cuttlefish called Aye which is a constant companion to her, as well as protective.
- December 09, 2013: Mattel requests the trademark for Vandala Doubloons.
- July 26, 2014: Vandala Doubloons's debut doll is on display at San Diego Comic-Con International.
- October 19, 2014: Vandala Doubloons's Amazon page is uploaded, though it lists her as Vandala Shipwreck instead.
- Spring 2015: Vandala Doubloons makes her 3D cartoon debut in "Haunted".
- Her first name comes from the word 'vandal' and her last name is another word to describe money. Both relate to her being a pirate.