Sorcerers embrace the mystique created by legend and lore surrounding the mastery of the elements. They tend to be overstated in the performance of their craft. They create confusion and dazzle their opponent’s senses.
The apprentices of Robert Wilhelm Bunson, in his castle on the coast, reflect his personal style which can best be summed-up in his question:
“Why solve a problem with an explosion when a much larger explosion will do?”