Harry Potter may own the day but great wizards go farther back than him from ancient history, to video games and fiction. Who was your favorite?
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You'll have to fill me in on Rincewind since I haven't had the pleasure of reading that series yet. Albus and Gandalf are obvious favorites.
The first book is called "The Color of Magic" by Terry Pratchett. It's a comedy/fantasy where the main character is too much of a screw up to cast spells. But he's important because one of the world's most powerful spells is hiding inside his head.
Nice twist on the question, Connor. Sadly, Yzerman was winning when Jordan was playing for the Bulls, so I didn't get much hockey. However, I've seen highlights and he was amazing.
What made him great was he wasn't a wizard in the conventional sense. His magic came through wisdom and ingenuity.
Somewhat obscure but a very cool choice, John. Kudos.
Interesting take, TNT. I too enjoy having balance in my repertoire. I don't like being a "specialist." Maybe that's why MacGyver is one of my favorite characters.