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I just noticed something interesting. Outcasts and Wardens have glowing yellow eyes like the Shadow Army. -- Gordon Ecker 18:29, 11 October 2006 (CDT)

Based on the Urgoz lore arnt the wardens former protectors of the forest, who turned evil when the jade wind occured? He might have something to do with them becoming evil, but it says that they became insane at the time of jade wind it so thats not realy likley.--Sefre 18:38, 11 October 2006 (CDT)
I think glowing yellow eyes might just be a generic sign of demonic corruption in Guild Wars, like glowing green eyes in Warcraft. -- Gordon Ecker 23:38, 5 May 2007 (CDT)

Shadow army in Nightfallen garden[edit source]

Not only do his minions count for the Lightbringer title...but the shadow army can be found among Abadon's minions and...titains. Perhaps Menzies is Abbadon.--68.192.188.142 16:51, 30 October 2006 (CST)

Actually it's mentioned that all three Duhmm Menzies and Abbadon are all Seperate entities But all Three ARE working together with each other to overthrow the universe and the holy 5. Keeper Zeliss: "We are the keepers of Abaddon. Our Task has been complicated of late by the aid the dark god has received from the fallen god, Dhuum, as well as Balthazar's half brother Menzies" 62.253.96.47 09:42, 3 November 2006 (CST)ansi

If Menzies is balthazar's half brother, it makes you wonder who are their fathers and mothers...

  • Can't you just see a young Balthazar running around playing with Menzies?

Pronounciationg?[edit source]

I orginally thought this would be pronouched 'men-zees,' as it looks, but I realised in a Politics Lesson that it's Menzies Campbell who's the leader of the Lib Dema in England... And his name is pronouched 'Ming.' Anyone think it's Ming compared to Men-zees? I prefer Men-zees, but that's just me :P 80.176.145.76 17:01, 1 October 2007 (UTC)

  >.< Forgot to sign in. Jamster 17:02, 1 October 2007 (UTC)

I was thinking Men-zees as well. Come to think of it the term "menses" which is pronounced the same is the medical term for the woman's menstrual cycle. Menses, the Lord of Destruction...coincidence? I think not. Azmarov 00:30, 3 April 2008 (UTC)