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After his death Ozma eventually reincarnated into the King of Vale.
Appearance[edit | edit source]
He has only appeared through the Fairy Tale, so his appearance is likely symbolic.
The Wizard was a frail elderly man who wore a long, bushy beard alongside scruffy white hair covered by a wide brimmed hat. He wore a sleeveless, dark green vest over a long sleeved pale green shirt, as well as pants and shoes which patched the color of his vest. The Wizard was shown to walk with a cane and a hunched back, implying he needed the cane to traverse.
Personality[edit | edit source]
As one of Ozma's incarnations, the Wizard was a recluse, lonely man who had been described as cold and frail. The Wizard was shown to be jaded, having lived for centuries. However, after meeting the four sisters who would become the Four Maidens, he became much happier in life, having opened up to the four at finally having found friends to share his time with.
The Wizard was shown to be so depressed that even the animals and Grimm steered clear of him.
History[edit | edit source]
Before the start of the Story of the Seasons, the Wizard had isolated himself in a small, fragile home in the mountains in utter isolation, being so depressed that even the creatures of Grimm avoided him. There, he is visited by four sisters, who each in their own unique ways are kind to him. The first, Winter, encourages him to meditate and reflect; the second, Spring, brings him fruit and flowers and revitalizes his garden; the third, Summer, convinces him to step outside and embrace the world; and the fourth, Fall, urges him to be thankful for what he has.
Moved by their kindness, the Wizard gave the four sisters great powers so that they may travel throughout Remnant continuing to share their gifts. The four sisters promise to return and visit him yearly.
After his death, Ozma's soul eventually reincarnated into the King of Vale.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- It is unknown if the cane he holds is The Long Memory, as it looks widely different.
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