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  • Shazam on Random Fictional Wizard Win In A Magical Mega-Duel

    (#13) Shazam

    Reputation: Living in a lair known as the Rock of Eternity, the wizard Shazam is responsible for imbuing young Billy Batson with his magical powers. A reclusive and extremely powerful wizard, he could be considered a god in his own right. Known by his true name, Mamaragan, the wizard looks for a champion to defend the world against evil forces.

    Beard Length: Almost 1 foot long, thick, and bushy in his older age.

    Strengths: The wisdom of Solomon, the strength of Hercules, the stamina of Atlas, the power of Zeus, the courage of Achilles, the speed of Mercury.

    Weaknesses: Despite his impressive longevity, he has grown old over the centuries and cannot fight with the same fury as he once could, which is why he's been looking for a pure-hearted champion.

    Greatest Proclamation of Wisdom: "You must say it with purpose. With belief. With good intentions. With thoughts of your parents and your family. Say it and you will be transformed into your greatest potential. Say 'Shazam!'" - Shazam

  • Geralt of Rivia on Random Fictional Wizard Win In A Magical Mega-Duel

    (#9) Geralt of Rivia

    • The Hexer, The Hexer, The Witcher universe

    Reputation: According to the legends of The Witcher universe, Geralt of Rivia is one of the greatest monster-hunting witchers in history, and he's just as adept with his swords as he is with his spells.

    Beard Length: A full yet short-cropped, grey-white beard.

    Strengths: Trained from birth, and the product of mutagenic experiments, Geralt has superhuman strength, pain resistance, durability, fighting prowess, and a near-total immunity to illness and exhaustion. 

    Weaknesses: His longevity has, more than once, led him to mental and emotional breakdowns. He's world-weary, as well as psychologically, physically, and emotionally drained after generations of loss and tragedy.

    Greatest Proclamation of Wisdom: "People like to invent monsters and monstrosities. Then they seem less monstrous themselves. When they get blind-drunk, cheat, steal, beat their wives, starve an old woman, when they [slay] a trapped fox with an axe or riddle the last existing unicorn with arrows, they like to think that the Bane entering cottages at daybreak is more monstrous than they are. They feel better then. They find it easier to live." - The Last Wish, Andrzej Sapkowski

  • Merlin on Random Fictional Wizard Win In A Magical Mega-Duel

    (#4) Merlin

    • Camelot, Kaamelott, Entaku no Kishi Monogatari: Moero Arthur, Merlin, The Mists of Avalon, The Last Legion, Quest for Camelot, Johnny Mysto: Boy Wizard, Merlin, A Kid in King Arthur's Court, A Connecticut Yankee, Excalibur, Arthur & Lancelot, Merlin and the Book of Beasts, Merlin's Shop of Mystical Wonders, Santa Claus, Camelot, Camelot, King Arthur, Merlin, Le roi Arthus

    Reputation: In Arthurian legend, and even in the real world, Merlin is easily the most famous wizard. He uses magic to orchestrate the birth of King Arthur, then serves as a mentor and guide. He's a wise and brilliant enchanter, and remains one of the indelible fixtures of Arthur's long and complex story.

    Beard Length: Often very long, Merlin's beard seems to vary in length based on depiction, from a few feet to all the way down to the floor. 

    Strengths: He's wise, he's stoic, and he's naturally imbued with magical power. Born of a mortal mother and a demonic incubus, his supernatural parentage is responsible for his extraordinary powers.

    Weaknesses: His mortal form is generally depicted as older and frail. All the magic in the world can't save him from a well-placed blow from a sword or sling. Also, he admits that he's never studied magic, as it came naturally, but this means his powers are confined to what he can do by instinct, for the most part.

    Greatest Proclamation of Wisdom: "The best thing for being sad... is to learn something. That is the only thing that never fails. You may grow old and trembling in your anatomies, you may lie awake in the middle of the night listening to the disorder of your veins, you may miss your only love, you may see the world around you devastated by evil lunatics, or know your honor trampled in the sewers of baser minds. There is only one thing for it then - to learn. Learn why the world wags and what wags it. That is the only thing the mind can never exhaust, never alienate, never be [distressed] by, never fear or distrust, and never dream of regretting." - The Once and Future King, T.H. White

  • Babidi on Random Fictional Wizard Win In A Magical Mega-Duel

    (#18) Babidi

    • Dragon Ball

    Reputation: As a ruthless and sadistic alien wizard who antagonizes the Dragon Ball Z universe, Babidi is single-minded, merciless, and insulting. He mocks, belittles, and slays in his pursuit of domination and power.

    Beard Length: No beard, exactly, although his facial protrusions resemble whiskers.

    Strengths: He possesses intense magical powers that he can access and use through the force of his will. In addition to his litany of dangerous spells, Babidi can manipulate people by bending their minds, and project energy force fields to repel strikes.

    Weaknesses: Physically, he's very frail and depends on his magic to protect him. Additionally, he's incredibly arrogant and overconfident in his abilities - a trait that causes him to underestimate his opponents. Finally, when he finds himself in actual danger, he becomes something of a coward.

    Greatest Proclamation of Wisdom: "Spare the Supreme Kai for now. For what he did to my father, I will take my own sweet time with his destruction." - Dragon Ball Z

  • Professor Severus Snape on Random Fictional Wizard Win In A Magical Mega-Duel

    (#5) Professor Severus Snape

    • Harry Potter Universe

    Reputation: Contemptuous, short-tempered, and often vindictive, Snape isn't a beloved instructor at Hogwarts by any stretch of the imagination. However, he is an undeniably skilled wizard, quick to the draw with his wand, and brilliant at potions.

    Beard Length: Snape is not described as having a beard in the books, and is depicted as clean shaven in the films. However, Mary GrandPré, the illustrator of the US Scholastic editions of the books, does draw Snape with an oily goatee.

    Strengths: He's nearly unmatched when it comes to potion-making. He's also a master of occlumency, making his mind almost impervious to magical intrusion and penetration.

    Weaknesses: He's incredibly vain and defensive when it comes to his intellect and his skills. He's also got a huge chip on his shoulder over his life's mission to secretly watch over and guide The Boy Who Lived.

    Greatest Proclamation of Wisdom: "The mind is a complex and many-layered thing, Potter - or at least, most minds are." - Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, J.K. Rowling

  • Lo-Pan on Random Fictional Wizard Win In A Magical Mega-Duel

    (#15) Lo-Pan

    • Big Trouble in Little China

    Reputation: A great and terrible mystic, Lo-Pan is an ancient sorcerer and warrior who was struck with the so-called curse of "No Flesh." This makes him an immortal yet incorporeal spirit of immense power that can temporarily form an earthly body.

    Beard Length: A stringy, 1-foot-long black beard.

    Strengths: Lo-Pan is a gifted manipulator of the mind, skilled at hypnotizing others and bending them to his will. He also exerts his command over demons who do his bidding, and a trio of hitmen - Thunder, Lightning, and Rain - known as The Storms, who all possess elemental superpowers. He can also shoot devastating energy beams from his face and mouth.

    Weaknesses: He is craven, desirous of power, and in need of a mortal form. Once he eventually gains that form, he's as vulnerable as anyone else. His forehead is also very weak to knives.

    Greatest Proclamation of Wisdom: "Magic... The darkest magic. My soul swims in it... Scattered across time, trapped in the world of formlessness." - Big Trouble in Little China

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Now the 21st century is no longer on the table, but in history, more or less always about magic and the existence of magic stories, Magic Really Exist? The Wizarding World of Harry Potter is real, but there are no three-quarters of platforms, no Hogwarts, and yet the magicians they speak of life in history. Maybe you don’t believe that magic is a human construct. In fact, many magicians have used their lives to verify the authenticity of magic. The world of magic is open to you whether you like it or not.

This random generator tool collates 20 items to record the classic virtual wizards of movies and TV shows. You can see Gandalf, Doctor Strange, Professor Albus Dumbledore, Merlin, Professor Severus Snape, Lord Voldemort, and so on. They all have super magical powers, and if they all had to fight in a magical duel, who do you think would win?

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