Zimone Wola

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Zimone Wola
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Demographics
Race Human
Birthplace Arcavios
Lifetime Mending Era

Zimone Wola is a female mage-student of Quandrix College at Strixhaven University on Arcavios.

Description[edit | edit source]

She is a brilliant and bright prodigy who entered Strixhaven at a younger age than most. Due to her high level of intellect, she flew through her studies in school, passing endless tests of magical study that were way beyond her years. She has recently chosen her college, now becoming a second-year Quandrix mage-student much to the delight of her professors, who are keen for the talented whizz to attend their classes. While part of Quandrix, she remains friends with two girls she met in her first year; one who has chosen Prismari and the other who will be attending Silverquill.[1]

Zimone wears patterned uniforms like the rest of Quandrix; it is layered and complex, reflecting what she loves. Her goal is to crack the Vorzani Conjecture; a famous and unsolved magical theorem that students and professors at Quandrix have been trying to figure out for decades. Zimone can often be found inside the great Biblioplex – finding books to help solve the theorem.

Her mind is her most powerful weapon which enables her intellectual expansion. Her physical magic is shown as fractals and mathematical interpretations of nature. Intellect runs in her family – her grandmother was once a Quandrix professor but due to unclear circumstances, she has not been seen at Strixhaven University for many years. Even though Zimone is smart, sometimes she can feel uncertain. She struggles to deal with unknown mysteries, particularly ones relating to her own family. Her time at Strixhaven will help her figure out who she is, but it will be the challenges she faces that will allow her to decide who she wants to be.[2]

History[edit | edit source]

Zimone’s brilliance drew attention from many, including the sinister mages known as the Oriq.[3]

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References[edit | edit source]

  1. Fox Allison, Doug Beyer and Ari Zirulnik (April 13, 2021). "The Legends of Strixhaven". magicthegathering.com. Wizards of the Coast.
  2. Amanda Yeo (March 24, 2021). "'Magic: The Gathering' is adding math nerds and making them cool". Mashable.com.
  3. Flavor text for Solve the Equation