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The wizard tournament, or wizard competition, is a tournament held in every wizard family to determine who will be that family's wizard and become a full wizard. The wizard competition is usually held in an old arena and subject to certain types of spells (i.e. Elemental spells, Wizards of Waverly Place the Movie). It is not certain if there is a specific date or age that there is required to take the wizard competition. On the show, it is said that the winner will gain the powers of a full wizard, but the bad part about that is that the other wizards who don't win lose their powers and become mortal. In special cases, however, the winner of the wizard competition can decide that he wants to give his powers to another, mainly a former wizard, in order to comply with wizard rules. In the case of the Russo family competition, Jerry Russo was the winner of the family wizard competition by beating both his siblings Kelbo and Megan Russo, but he decided to give his powers to Kelbo to marry Theresa Larkin, a mortal. Wizard rules stated that "under no circumstances can a mortal marry a wizard." Now that the show is currently in Season 4, it is said that Alex, Justin, and Max are all about to take the wizard competition to determine who will be the next Russo family wizard, yet we still do not know when it will occur. In the movie, Alex accidentally wished that her parents had never met while holding the family wand and forbidden book of spells, but it was accidentally granted. Near the end of the movie, we witness that Alex and Justin must compete in the wizard competition before they disappear forever, seeing as their parents had never met. Jerry, who is a wizard at the time, transports Alex, Justin, and himself to an arena to compete iwth the use of the family wand. Jerry stated that the only spells that they were allowed to use were elemental spells. Before the battle started, a monument in the middle of a field resembling Stonehenge rose from the ground, and Jerry put his powers on the pedestal in the middle. As the competition starts, Justin used a fire spell to surround Alex, and Alex responded by using a mud puddle spell to trip Justin as she used a water spell to extinguish the fire and to use it as transportation. After a series of clashes, Alex ends up winning the competition, becoming the Russo family wizard. Now having won the competition, she tries to figure out how to fix things, and witnesses Justin being ripped away in a tornado. As she struggles, her mom finally gets the Stone of Dreams and Alex uses her wish to return everything to normal at the cost of becoming a normal wizard again. During the show, we learn that if any wizard reveals magic to the non-wizard world, they will be moved down to level one in the competition and cannot compete until they reach level three, which was said to be impossible. It is rumored that Justin and Alex level back up to three after being leveled down to one. In the case that you are leveled down, you can take a community course, such as Justin did, to gain a level.
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The '''Wizard Competition''' is a [[magic]]al battle between [[Wizard|wizarding siblings]] to decide who will become the Family Wizard ([[Full Wizard]]). The reason why there's a Wizard Competition is because only one wizarding sibling that is becoming the Family Wizard must be proved to be worthy and responsible with his/her powers.
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==In the movie==
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The wizards will be teleported to an [[Wizard Competion Battlefield|ancient battlefield]]. The siblings arrive in the middle of a corridor and have to get into one of the balconies so they can be provided with [[wand]]s.
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The host then puts a glowing orb into the altar in the middle of the battlefield. The siblings are then teleported down to corners of the battlefield. When the Family Wizard says it, the siblings have to fight their way into the orb with the spells of the [[Elemental Magic|four elements (fire, earth, air and water)]] to slow down the adversaries and increase their own speed. The first wizard to touch the orb and absorb it into his/her body will became the winner and the loser will get nothing.
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===Rules about the Wizard Competition===
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*The only spells allowed are the ones involving the four elements.
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*If one of the fighters is not really trying to win, even if they touch the orb, they will not win.
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==In the finale==
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The wizard competition in the finale has a different setup then in the movie. This was possibly because the competition is different each time, so the Wizard Council created a new competition because Alex and Justin already did the battle challenge, or the battlefield challenge occurred because Alex and Justin were desperate for time. Another possible reason is that as Max wasn't able to participate, his siblings would have had an advantage over him if the exact same competition was repeated, so a new competition none of them knew anything about would level the playing field.
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The competition began with a game show round hosted by Rootie Tootietootie and judged by Professor Crumbs and the rest of the Wizard Council where the three siblings had to buzz in and provide the appropriate spells based on the given result, with each correct response worth 150 points and one three-part question worth 250 where they are given the spells and must provide the effect.
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For the second round, the siblings had to prepare a fresh-breath potion for Professor Crumbs (Rootie Tootietootie's idea). For the Russos, the gryphon they had to use for the potion broke free and carried off Harper and Zeke. Alex talked Max and Justin into taking their time outs (45 minutes) at the same time to save them. They succeeded, but did not make it back in time, and so all were disqualified and lost their powers. Justin and Max blamed Alex and avoided her or made her life miserable for months, until they managed to work together to convince Jerry to keep the Sub Station open. At which point they were flashed back to the competion and were told Round Two had just ended. Because Jerry, Kelbo, and Megan let the competition come between them (something that Jerry's children had declared in "[[Retest]]" wouldn't happen to them), the Wizard Council planned the gryphon attack to test if Alex, Justin, and Max would do the same.
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For Round Three, the siblings are back in a game show and are shown various times in their lives when magic went awry and must buzz in with an appropriate way to solve it with magic (100 points each).
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For the final round, the siblings must hop on boulders to cross a lava pit to reach the Labyrinth of Stone, a massive maze. There are at least two traps that look like checkpoints, but when a sibling places their wand on it, they are sealed in. The maze walls are impervious to spells except blasting and Gothru Mothru. The Labyrinth leads to the tunnel of mist, where the siblings must use Threemetris Movetris to bypass a laser grid, and then exit the tunnel gaining the points from the Labyrinth (it is unknown how much the Labyrinth is worth, except that it is between 50 and 850 points).
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At the end, Professor Crumbs bestows full wizard status on the wizard with the most points.
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Latest revision as of 22:58, December 11, 2014

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The Wizard Competition is a magical battle between wizarding siblings to decide who will become the Family Wizard (Full Wizard). The reason why there's a Wizard Competition is because only one wizarding sibling that is becoming the Family Wizard must be proved to be worthy and responsible with his/her powers.

In the movieEdit

The wizards will be teleported to an ancient battlefield. The siblings arrive in the middle of a corridor and have to get into one of the balconies so they can be provided with wands.

The host then puts a glowing orb into the altar in the middle of the battlefield. The siblings are then teleported down to corners of the battlefield. When the Family Wizard says it, the siblings have to fight their way into the orb with the spells of the four elements (fire, earth, air and water) to slow down the adversaries and increase their own speed. The first wizard to touch the orb and absorb it into his/her body will became the winner and the loser will get nothing.

Rules about the Wizard CompetitionEdit

  • The only spells allowed are the ones involving the four elements.
  • If one of the fighters is not really trying to win, even if they touch the orb, they will not win.

In the finaleEdit

The wizard competition in the finale has a different setup then in the movie. This was possibly because the competition is different each time, so the Wizard Council created a new competition because Alex and Justin already did the battle challenge, or the battlefield challenge occurred because Alex and Justin were desperate for time. Another possible reason is that as Max wasn't able to participate, his siblings would have had an advantage over him if the exact same competition was repeated, so a new competition none of them knew anything about would level the playing field.

The competition began with a game show round hosted by Rootie Tootietootie and judged by Professor Crumbs and the rest of the Wizard Council where the three siblings had to buzz in and provide the appropriate spells based on the given result, with each correct response worth 150 points and one three-part question worth 250 where they are given the spells and must provide the effect.

For the second round, the siblings had to prepare a fresh-breath potion for Professor Crumbs (Rootie Tootietootie's idea). For the Russos, the gryphon they had to use for the potion broke free and carried off Harper and Zeke. Alex talked Max and Justin into taking their time outs (45 minutes) at the same time to save them. They succeeded, but did not make it back in time, and so all were disqualified and lost their powers. Justin and Max blamed Alex and avoided her or made her life miserable for months, until they managed to work together to convince Jerry to keep the Sub Station open. At which point they were flashed back to the competion and were told Round Two had just ended. Because Jerry, Kelbo, and Megan let the competition come between them (something that Jerry's children had declared in "Retest" wouldn't happen to them), the Wizard Council planned the gryphon attack to test if Alex, Justin, and Max would do the same.

For Round Three, the siblings are back in a game show and are shown various times in their lives when magic went awry and must buzz in with an appropriate way to solve it with magic (100 points each).

For the final round, the siblings must hop on boulders to cross a lava pit to reach the Labyrinth of Stone, a massive maze. There are at least two traps that look like checkpoints, but when a sibling places their wand on it, they are sealed in. The maze walls are impervious to spells except blasting and Gothru Mothru. The Labyrinth leads to the tunnel of mist, where the siblings must use Threemetris Movetris to bypass a laser grid, and then exit the tunnel gaining the points from the Labyrinth (it is unknown how much the Labyrinth is worth, except that it is between 50 and 850 points).

At the end, Professor Crumbs bestows full wizard status on the wizard with the most points.

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