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* NotThatKindOfMage: When one type of mage or magical tradition is mistaken for another or a pop-culture version.


* RobotWizard: A {{robot}} or other mechanical being who is surprisingly capable of using magic.
** CyborgWizard: A {{cyborg}} who has both high-tech implants and magical powers.



* WizardsFromOuterSpace: Witches and wizards who live in a ScienceFantasy setting.

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* WizardsFromOuterSpace: Witches and wizards Magicians who live in a ScienceFantasy setting.setting.
** CyborgWizard: A {{cyborg}} who has both mechanical implants and magical powers.
** RobotWizard: A {{robot}} or other mechanical being who is surprisingly capable of using magic.


* CyborgWizard: A {{cyborg}} who has both high-tech and magical abilities.


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* RobotWizard: A {{robot}} or other mechanical being who is surprisingly capable of using magic.
** CyborgWizard: A {{cyborg}} who has both high-tech implants and magical powers.

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* CyborgWizard: A {{cyborg}} who has both high-tech and magical abilities.

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* SupernaturalIsPurple: The color purple associated with mages.

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*** CatsAreMagic: Felines who can use magic.

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* MuggleWithADegreeInMagic: Someone who's an expert on magic, but lacks the ability to actually use it.

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* MerlinAndNimue: A duo consisting of an older mage (like {{Myth/Merlin}}) and his younger apprentice (like {{Myth/Nimue}}).

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** MagicalRomani: {{UsefulNotes/Romani}} people who possess magical powers, usually for the purposes of [[{{Seers}} fortune-telling]] or putting {{gypsy curse}}s on their enemies.

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** MagicalRomani: {{UsefulNotes/Romani}} people who possess magical powers, usually for the purposes of [[{{Seers}} fortune-telling]] or and/or putting {{gypsy curse}}s on their enemies.



* {{Necromancer}}: A magician with the power to mess around with life and death, resurrecting dead people back to life (or more often, turning them into {{undead}} beings).

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* {{Necromancer}}: A magician with the power to mess around with life and death, [[BackFromTheDead resurrecting dead people back to life life]] (or more often, turning them into freaky {{undead}} beings).



** MuggleBornOfMages: Someone who was born ''without'' magic powers to magical parents.
*** UnSorcerer: When taken to the extreme, this is a powerless person who's completely surrounded by magical people.



* WizardDuel: Two wizards duke it out with magic.
* WizardingSchool: A school that teaches magic.
* WizardsFromOuterSpace: Magicians in a ScienceFantasy setting.
* WizardsLiveLonger: Magicians have longer lifespans than [[{{Muggles}} normal humans]].

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* WizardDuel: Two wizards mages duke it out in a fight with magic.
* WizardingSchool: A school that teaches magic.
magic to magicians in training.
* WizardsFromOuterSpace: Magicians Witches and wizards who live in a ScienceFantasy setting.
* WizardsLiveLonger: Magicians Magical people have longer lifespans than [[{{Muggles}} normal humans]].people]].

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* MuggleMageRomance: When a magician falls in love with a [[{{Muggles}} normal person]].

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* OurMagesAreDifferent: The exact nature of witches, wizards, and their magic will vary depending on the story.

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