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Wizard - a definition
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So, a while back when I first joined this site I was looking for something of a wizard bases coven. I know now that that was a silly thing to look for. This is not because one couldn't exist, but rather that a wizard can not learn from just one area but rather needs to explore all.

I was also asked at the time what I ment by wizard, for the name can have many meanings and not all will use the term yet know a lot anyways.

So, after much time and some recent thinking I put together my personal definition:

Wizard:
A wizard to me is like a jack of all trades, and in time a master of them as well. Thier power comes not from thier physical strength but rather thier mental strength. They strive to know, for from knowing they can do so much more. It is more likely you'll find wizards spending most of thier time reading up on a topic fully before trying to perform anything.

Glim
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