You know, it’s like every time Hiro Mashima has a good idea with Fairy Tail, he destroys it.
Originally, Taurus was supposed to be quiet and proud, a very serious warrior, and he was instead made into a joke pervert that is repeatedly cast aside.
Edolas adventures were originally supposed to suffice with Edolas magic weapons instead of the Earthlanders’ natural magics. Nah, throw that out and just give the five or six main members their magic back with no real attempt at an explanation.
Sting has Fairy Tail cornered at the end of the Grand Magic Games? He could knock them over by breathing near them? Obviously it makes sense for him to surrender–after all, he can’t beat these five pathetically worn-down wizards who can barely stand.
Doranbolt, enough said, but for the sake of clarification he’s a good guy on the Magic Council instead of its regular cast of assholes. Make him a Fairy Tail member at the last minute–and fuck logic and sense in the ass while you’re at it.
The Shields of Spriggan are originally supposed to number at five or six. LET’S GO WITH TWELVE INSTEAD.
Irene is a “High Enchantress” and can enforce her will over pretty much anything she likes, transforming it and reprogramming it to her will, from the landscape to its weather patterns. Better jam her into the dragon backstory for no reason and have Erza do her thing again!
Ilvemorny School of Witchcraft & Wizardry: Northern school, on Mount Greylock in Massachussetts
Okeefenokee School of Witchcraft and Wizardry: Southern school, hidden deep in the Okeefenokee swamp in northern Florida, has an alligator on its crest. De-segregated in the 1960s.
The Marie Laveau Institute of Magic: Historically Black school, hidden in a cleverly disguised cemetery in New Orleans, teaches African-American voodoo and conjuring.
Las Vegas School of Magical Arts: west coast school, the world’s newest wizarding school, controversially teaches muggle technology alongside magic, regularly recruits for the CIA, NSA, FBI, and NASA. Buzz Aldrin is a graduate.
The North American Academy of Indigenous Magic: What originally started as a Native boarding school was taken over by Native wixen in 1895, and has since been a safe haven for magical indigenous children. Since most Native children learn traditional magic at home, the NAAIM teaches methods of indigenous resistance and community building alongside magic.
summary: Dan Howell’s entire family has been in Slytherin, and there’s no doubt he’d supposed to end up there too. Phil Lester does’t exactly know what to do when he finds himself liking boys, so he’s usually just horrendously mean to them.
tw: ahh fighting, almost getting pushed off a tower ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
word count: 5.8k (for someone who couldn’t get motivated to write this chapter for a week and a half, can i get a WOAH?)
I know it’s not exactly what you asked for, but it was the first thing that came to my mind and I really wanted to draw Marion as a magician.
Besides, he can use real magic, so you can say he is a wizard performing on a stage. c:
For our week five tutorial our group decided to be creative/criminals and use our water typeface on the side of the concrete wall of building 9. Working as a team we effectively used our writing skills to create the Pangram “The Five Boxing Wizards Jump Quickly’ and captured it on film before the heat evaporated it (it’s hot out). We did both uppercase and cursive using a variety of tools from paintbrushes to water bottles. With the image above we used a water bottle with a hole in the lid to project the water out like a spray bottle and we noticed it to be effective than the last as the more water on the concrete the longer it took to evaporate.