Originally Posted by Kraion
Hey, I have an idea. Let's post a thread on the forums in an attempt to showcase your knowledge of something you actually know nothing about.
he's correct. In the case of an S at the end of a name that is NOT PLURAL you just put an apostrophe; there is no need for the extra S and is horrible grammar and will get you marked down on college papers.
source: college level Lang. (I believe it was updated this year, or last. not fully sure.)
edit: found it: "With singular proper names ending in -s, insists the AP Stylebook, "Use only an apostrophe: Achilles' heel, Agnes' book, Ceres' rites"--a ruling upheld by the most recent edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association"
as such, "Darius' Wizards" falls into this classification.