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(Mickey speculates he may still be alive, hence "is or was" rather than just "was".)
 
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{{Character|title1 = Meringue the Malevolent|image1 = Otherthingthzatdestupidvachepr.jpg|aliases = Meringue the evil Wizard|species = Human|birth = Somewhere between year 1 AD and 1000 AD|death = 1st of January 2000 AD|mate = Magica de Spell (briefly)|first_seen = 1999|in = The Orb Saga}}'''Meringue the Malevolent '''is an evil wizard.
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{{Character
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|title1 = Meringue the Malevolent
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|image1 = Meringue.png
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|aliases = Meringue the evil Wizard
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|species = Human
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|birth = 9th or 10th century <small>(presumably)</small>
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|death = 1st of January, 2000 <small>(possibly)</small>
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|mate = [[Magica De Spell]] (briefly)
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|first_seen = 1999
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|in = ''[[The Orb Saga]]''}}'''Meringue the Malevolent''' is or was a human man.
 
== Description ==
 
== Description ==
Meringue the Malevolent was born somewhere between year 1 AD and 1000 AD. In the year of 999 AD he had a fight against the direct ancestors of Donald Duck and Mickey Mouse. It ended with him getting to sleep in a cave until the year of 1999. In 1999 he got out of the cave and tried to find the orbs that he would use to take over the entire Main Universe with. He made Magica in love with him and made the Beagle Boys and the Phantom Blot his slaves. It ended with Mickey and Donald taking the orbs and killing him with them. But he may still be there....
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This evil sorcerer of unclear origin travelled to [[Mount Duckburg]] in the 10th century to collect mystical metals, which he fashioned into [[Orbs]] which he planned to combine into the [[Scepter of Power]], using a ritual that could only be performed at the closing of a millenium. The druid [[Darfeld the Druid|Darfeld]], with the help of local farmers [[Donaldo]] and [[Michael (farmer)|Michael]], managed to stall Meringue long enough to foil this plot, with the orbs ending up scattered into the far corners of the Earth, but, not to be so easily outdone, Meringue used another curse to seal himself, in unaging sleep, inside [[Mount Duckburg]] itself, knowing the Orbs would be reunited a thousand years later.
   
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Meringue emerged from the Mountain as planned in 1999 and discovered the [[Orbs]] had indeed found their way back to [[Duckburg]], in the hands of Michael and Donald's descendants: [[Mickey Mouse]] and [[Donald Duck]]. Though his understanding of the modern world was poor, Meringue's magic was still formidable enough that he very nearly succeeded, having mind-controlled several Calisotan badduns (the [[Beagle Boys]], [[Magica De Spell]] and the [[Phantom Blot]]) into being his "private army".
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However, the combined effort of Donald, Mickey and friends, plus the Blot betraying Meringue at the last moment, once again brought his schemes to a swift end. He'd come very close indeed to victory, having assembled the [[Scepter of Power]], but the forces of good managed to render the Scepter unstable; the swirling magical energies created a wormhole that sucked in Meringue to parts unknown before vanishing altogether. Though it is possible he'd just been killed, [[Mickey Mouse]] feared he may still be out there in some form, possibly trapped in some alternate dimension.
 
== Behind the scenes ==
 
== Behind the scenes ==
Meringue the Malevolent only appeared in the ''Millenium Orb ''saga written by Pat & Carol McGreal.
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Meringue the Malevolent only appeared in the various stories making up ''[[The Orb Saga]]'', written by Pat & Carol McGreal, starting with ''[[War of the Wizards]]''.
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Due to their resemblance, a fan theory holds that Meringue is [[Yen Sid]]'s brother, though that is mere unfounded speculation.
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Latest revision as of 16:50, July 18, 2019

Meringue the Malevolent is or was a human man.

Description Edit

This evil sorcerer of unclear origin travelled to Mount Duckburg in the 10th century to collect mystical metals, which he fashioned into Orbs which he planned to combine into the Scepter of Power, using a ritual that could only be performed at the closing of a millenium. The druid Darfeld, with the help of local farmers Donaldo and Michael, managed to stall Meringue long enough to foil this plot, with the orbs ending up scattered into the far corners of the Earth, but, not to be so easily outdone, Meringue used another curse to seal himself, in unaging sleep, inside Mount Duckburg itself, knowing the Orbs would be reunited a thousand years later.

Meringue emerged from the Mountain as planned in 1999 and discovered the Orbs had indeed found their way back to Duckburg, in the hands of Michael and Donald's descendants: Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck. Though his understanding of the modern world was poor, Meringue's magic was still formidable enough that he very nearly succeeded, having mind-controlled several Calisotan badduns (the Beagle Boys, Magica De Spell and the Phantom Blot) into being his "private army".

However, the combined effort of Donald, Mickey and friends, plus the Blot betraying Meringue at the last moment, once again brought his schemes to a swift end. He'd come very close indeed to victory, having assembled the Scepter of Power, but the forces of good managed to render the Scepter unstable; the swirling magical energies created a wormhole that sucked in Meringue to parts unknown before vanishing altogether. Though it is possible he'd just been killed, Mickey Mouse feared he may still be out there in some form, possibly trapped in some alternate dimension.

Behind the scenes Edit

Meringue the Malevolent only appeared in the various stories making up The Orb Saga, written by Pat & Carol McGreal, starting with War of the Wizards.

Due to their resemblance, a fan theory holds that Meringue is Yen Sid's brother, though that is mere unfounded speculation.

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