Appearance[edit | edit source]
Wizard is a machine with the appearance of a slim young man with long, green hair and his eyes are always shut. His attire consists of a typical wizard's cloak with a light-colored coat draped over his shoulders, and a type of battle armor underneath.
Personality[edit | edit source]
Wizard is a no-nonsense individual who treats the Edens Zero and its crew as a serious threat to their goals, and isn't willing to take any chances with them.
Synopsis[edit | edit source]
Wizard states that they are meant to replace their predecessors with Clown comments that the Four Shining Stars are cute. When Connor hesitated on attacking the Edens Zero by Ziggy's orders and said he's here because he agreed with the Demon King's ideals, Wizard reminds the captain that their enemy is threatening those ideals and will block their path one day if he does not destroy the ship.
During the clash between the Edens Zero and Edens One, Wizard stood on top of one of the Bee Small Battle Drones deployed by Connor and used Divine Lightning with his staff to destroy the unmanned fighters of the Edens Zero singlehandedly.
At the bridge of Edens One where Ziggy learns about the machine rebellion being stopped by the Crew of Edens at Foresta, Wizard stands silently as the Demon King explains to the Dark Stars about his lost memories, his quest to find Mother, and his decision to raise Shiki as his grandson. Wizard asks Ziggy if Shiki prevents him from his work to create a world ruled by mechanical lifeforms.
Wizard stands silently as Ziggy remarks that Shura reacted exactly as he expected after watching the prince's public announcement to the Nero Empire. He then asks the Demon King if he means the robot massacre.
Powers and Abilities[edit | edit source]
Equipment[edit | edit source]
Staff: Wizard wields a staff that he keeps on his back and uses in combat.
Manga Appearances[edit | edit source]
|100. Edens One||Absent|
|102. Time to Say Goodbye||Debut|
|103. Clash of the Cosmos||Appears|
|104. The Woman They Called Pirate||Absent|
|112. When You Live Life on a Ship||Absent|
|113. In the Doghouse||Absent|
|115. The Battle of Foresta||Absent|
|116. The Sky Sweeper||Absent|
|117. Shiki vs. Orc||Absent|
|118. Star Drain||Absent|
|119. Homura vs. Mora||Absent|
|120. Rebecca vs. Britney||Absent|
|121. Darling Little Piece of Junk||Absent|
|122. Titanic Victory||Absent|
|123. The Light of Justice||Absent|
|124. Kiss & Die||Absent|
|125. Heart of Gravity||Absent|
|126. This Doctor, Armed and Dangerous||Absent|
|127. The Doomsday System||Absent|
|128. What's Important||Absent|
|129. So We Can Smile Brighter||Absent|
|130. Oceans 6||Absent|
|132. Chrono Witch||Absent|
|133. Following Ziggy's Path||Appears|
|134. Judgment Day||Appears|
|135. Desert Oasis||Absent|
|137. Empire Dice||Absent|
|138. Prelude to the Aoi War||Absent|
References[edit | edit source]
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|Four Dark Stars||Brigandine • Clown • Killer • Wizard|