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Okay, I looked for a bit, trying to see if something of this sort was already still alive around here, and I found nothing.
SHOULD I happen to be wrong, feel free to tell a moderator to explain my mistake.
So the idea with this thread is to make one mage defeat the other.
You simply post a mage that you are certain would defeat the previous mage. And the next person post a mage that would defeat that. For example, if someone post a lava mage, a sure bet would be to post an ocean mage and a way to defeat the ocean mage would be to dry it out with a sun mage. And for god's sake wizard, make sure to write a catchy comment below the mage to make your victory more victories.
You are not allowed to post a mage twice, nor two images of the same mage that has been posted. If someone break this rule their post should be ignored by the next person. No duplicates.
Avoid post a "too big" mage. It's just annoying!
This is not a conversation thread. Do that somewhere else. The only reason to say anything here is if the mage is unclear (And if that happened. Then you have chosen a bad mage.), if the mage was already posted by someone else, or has for some reason disappeared. Anything else is out of the thread.
Remember, this is not some "my mage is way more awesome" contest, this is more "my mage's concept logically in some way neutralizes the concept of your mage".... contest.
All mages are accepted. You can make one. But to randomly search for something on google is more encouraged.