I want to become a wizard with magic powers, but how? Well, I suppose in the world of fantasy, anything is possible. How cool would that be? Just imagine, you could whip up a magic spell of some sort and the house would clean itself, the lawn would be mowed, the laundry would get done. Of course, you'd never have to worry about money again, either. I want to become a wizard with magic powers.
If I want to become a wizard with magic powers I suppose I need to learn some tricks. I'm guessing that the run of the mill, pull a rabbit out of a hat trick just wouldn't do, so I'll have to take it up a notch. I'll have to study the other spells and tricks carefully, seeing if there's something I could find of use. I suppose if I weren't such a chicken I could study witchcraft. By then again, I don't want to become an evil wizard with magic powers, I want to be one of the good guys. I guess I'm focusing on the wrong kind of magical abilities, since the magicians of today are really just using illusions. I guess that's all they've ever used.
I want to become a wizard with magic powers, so I guess I'll need to get the appropriate clothing. I'm not sure if I should go for the Merlin look or make up something on my own that's a bit more modern. I bet I could find a wand to use fairly easily. I guess it wouldn't have to be anything special, just a stick. I see the ones on science fiction shows usually just have something that looks like a plain piece of wood. I want to become a wizard with magic powers so I don't have think about how to dress the part. I guess I could just go to a costume store of some sort and come up with something, but it seems to me that other heroes, like Spiderman, made their own. Oh well, I'll come up with something.
I want to become a wizard with magic powers, so I better come up with a name. My penname on this site is jcmayer777, but I'm not sure how cool of a name that is. Maybe I could be JC the Magnificent, but I really don't want to sound like I'm being conceited. Oh, maybe I'll just use my penname, it seems like it would be a much easier way to go. If I were to become a wizard with magic powers, I suppose it wouldn't matter what my name was, since I could just zap anyone that made fun of me. Oh wait, I didn't want to be evil, and I guess that would be something the bad guy would do.
I want to become a wizard with magic powers, but where would I live? My house now just doesn't seem like it would be appropriate for someone with those sorts of abilities. It's a little on the small side, and my neighbors are too close to me. I guess I should maybe live out in the forest or something. I could live with the animals, only going to the big city under disguise, to see if the humans are behaving themselves. Maybe I could use my abilities to be a vigilante or something. It works for the comic book heroes. I want to become a wizard with magic powers so I don't have to worry about this sort of stuff.
If I was a wizard with magic powers, does that mean I'd have to fight evil villains, assuming I myself didn't turn to the dark side? I bet it does. Every hero needs a good villain. Batman has the Joker and the Freeze guy, and the citizens of Gotham always seem so appreciate when the hero saves the day. I guess that doesn't happen without a villain. Maybe I could use my magical abilities to make a villain that's really scary for the citizens, but really wimpy. That way, I could always make sure I win the battles. In fact, maybe I could make him my friend and we could rehearse the battles, sort of like professional wrestling or the movies. Come to think of it, I really wanted to be a professional wrestler when I was younger, so maybe I could just use my abilities to become the best one in the world. I really want to become a wizard and use my magic powers to be the hero of the city.... or maybe a wrestler. I'm not sure yet.
I want to become a wizard with magic powers so that I never have to hear my boss yelling at me about anything. I think after I used by wand to sew his lips together we would come to an understanding that I was in charge. Actually, I guess I really wouldn't need to work a regular job, would I? All those abilities and I'd be stuck checking cell blocks, making sure the inmates were safe? I guess I could keep my current job as a jail guard and use that as my secret cover up, so nobody ever learns my identity. I could wear a fake mustache or something. I think that would work. Clark Kent didn't have to do anything other than take off his glasses and nobody could recognize his face. He must not have had many close friends. I'm guessing that girl Lois wasn't nearly as into him as she tried to make it look or she would've noticed.
Do I really want to become a wizard with magic powers? It kind of seems like it would be more of a pain in the neck than anything else. Fighting evil, secret identities, the whole thing really sounds like it might not be nearly as much fun once you got going on it. I don't know, maybe I'll just stick to my dull life now, and skip the whole wizard with magic powers thing. I think I want to become a regular person. I'm already there now, so I don't have to change a bit.