|This article is about a/an source of power in Kamen Rider Wizard.|
Magic Stones (魔宝石 Mahō Seki) are special gemstones with magical properties.
They are one of the two essential components of the Wizard Rings, the other component being the ring itself. Without a Magic Stone, the Wizard Rings would be as useless as any other ring. Wajima claims that the crafting on the rings depends on the resonance of the stones that he use, but he does not know what magic they are imbued with until they have been tested by Haruto.
- 1 Notable Magic Stones
- 2 Ghoul Stones
- 3 Gallery
- 4 Notes
- 5 Appearances
Notable Magic Stones
A quartet of stones colored red, green, blue and yellow were provided to Wajima by Sou Fueki, and were evidently used to respectively create the Flame, Hurricane, Water and Land Wizard Rings which would be used by Kamen Rider Wizard.
Red (Flame Dragon)
When Shunpei looked at all the rings made by Mr. Wajima, he found one Magic Ring which was useless, which he suggested was a 'dud' ring. Soon after a White Garuda came and delivered a red magic stone which reacted with the ring. Wajima took the stone and used it to create the Flame Dragon Ring.
Green (Hurricane Dragon & Thunder)
Agent Kizaki came to the possession of a green Magic Stone and had Wajima abducted so he could make him a Wizard Ring. After Haruto saved Naoki Katayama, Kizaki returned Wajima and gave him the Magic Stone as a gift, which Wajima uses to create the Hurricane Dragon and Thunder Rings. Months later, Kizaki found the origin of the stone, revealing to Haruto and Rinko that it was given to Section Zero by a man called Sora Takigawa.
Blue (Water Dragon & Blizzard)
Later, Wiseman creates a blue Magic Stone. Unfortunately, because of his sudden disappearance, Koyomi easily takes the stone with the help of White Wizard's Black Cerberus. Like the green Stone from before, Wajima used this Magic Stone to create the Water Dragon and Blizzard Rings. However, Wiseman had actually allowed White Wizard to find the newest Magic Stone.
Yellow (Land Dragon & Gravity)
When Haruto and co. split up to find Kosuke, Koyomi came across a strange new Phantom, Gremlin, who goes by his human identity, Sora Takigawa. The Phantom then tossed a sizable, yellow Magic Stone to Koyomi before he disappeared. Like the blue Stone from before, Wajima used this Magic Stone to create the Land Dragon and Gravity Rings.
When Haruto lost his ability to use magic by Legion, he sees that Koyomi is running out of energy. Haruto then sheds a tear that creates the cyan Magic Stone. The cyan Magic Stone quickly becomes the Infinity Ring. Not only that, the Ring managed to revive Wizardragon.
Later, a man called Fueki wants Wajima to craft his violet Magic Stone. However, Wajima refuses, as the Magic Stones already put Haruto and Koyomi in battles. Though, he only crafts Magic Stones with Haruto's permission. Fueki then leaves the violet Magic Stone, hoping Wajima will change his mind. It is later used to create the Eclipse Ring. Golem then takes the new Ring to Haruto, only it doesn't work. White Wizard then takes the Eclipse Ring, before he takes his leave.
Pink (Philosopher's Stone/Hope)
- Main article: Philosopher's Stone
Gold (World within the Magic Stone)
- Main article: World within the Magic Stone
This large and oddly shaped golden Magic Stone was discovered by Haruto while he was looking for a place to hide the Philosopher's Stone, which had since transformed into the Hope Ring. Upon discovering it, Haruto was sucked into a strange world ruled by Amadum and his monsters, featuring alternate versions of Haruto and Koyomi as well as their friends. This Magic Stone also appeared to Kosuke at a point in the past before he released Beast Chimera, sending him to the other world to join Haruto.
- Mahō Seki seems to be a verbal pun off of "Hōseki (宝石), which means "jewel" and "gemstone".