Archmage is a unique rank held by the top-ranked Mage. This rank may only be won by a
Mage challenging the Archmage for it. There can be only one Archmage at a time.
As of September 21st, 2000, the Archmage also holds the title of Celestial Keeper.
Citadel of the Stars
The Citadel of the Stars is the lair of the ArchMage, who also bears the title
of Celestial Keeper. This Citadel combines the best and most beautiful of
earth, air, fire and water to create a dwelling worthy of the gods. The
foundation is a large fragment of solid bedrock which floats in the sky
directly above the central node of Twilight Island, forming the apex of a
perfect pyramid with the other Keeper dwellings. The lush vegetation on the
floating isle is fed by abundant water which flows all about the floating
isle; water which vanishes into thin air as it falls over the sides. The
Citadel, itself, resembles an ancient temple, the dome, columns, and steps
made of white marble. Burning within the temple, at the center of a Circle
of Genesis, is a brilliant white flame of pure magic. So great is its power,
that only the ArchMage can approach and draw power from it without being
Celestial Keeper Powers
While many magi are capable of flight and teleportation, none of these powers
will permit anyone to approach the Citadel of the Stars. Only the ArchMage,
bearer of the Celestial Key, may do so in safety. All others suffer an assault
of raw magical force that resembles a sandstorm of tiny stars. The Celestial
Key is made of pure platinum, and set with a large black star sapphire. The
ArchMage may approach the Citadel any way he chooses, but for those with a sense
of drama, a swarm of stars will descend from the Citadel to fly the Keeper home.
The title Keeper of the Stars is somewhat misleading, as the Keeper has no
power over the stars themselves, nor does he draw power from them. His power
is that of the Fifth Element, Quintessence, or magic itself. Stars are merely
a symbolic representation of that element. As the other Keepers can tap directly
into their respective elements to fuel their powers, the ArchMage is able to
tap directly into the source of all magic itself. Those who can sense auras
will see the aura of the ArchMage to be flooded with galaxy of stars, symbolizing
his power. As the strongest of the elements, the powers of the other Keepers,
elementals, and related spirits have no effect on the Keeper of Quintessence.
This Keeper also has no specific
Celestial Keeper Unique Ring - Olympus
From beneath the chosen ring, a rumbling overtakes the Isle. A thunderous sound
precedes the mountain that bursts forth, rising just above all the other rings
as the ground around the peak drops deep into the earth, creating a mountain's
depths all around the ring and casting an ethereal, celestial light across the
others. Clouds and thunder, lightning and wild tempests surround the ring and
fill the pit where earth, air, fire, and water all come into being and play a
part in the overpowering forces that the Archmage and his/her opponent clash
with. Endless tiny, faintly lit stars float listlessly across the battleground
of the Archmage; most powerful of the casters.
Eden entered the Summer 2018 Archmage Tournament and faced off against Claire, the only other participant. It was decided that best of three would determine the newest Archmage of Twilight Isle and Eden won both the first and second match with an end score of 5.5 to 4 ( the first being in 8 rounds and the second in 9 ).
Defended against Lilith in three duels. Lilith won the first match by defeating Nayun 5-2 in 6 rounds, but the Archmage countered with two victories of her own after with the end scores of 5-2.5 in 5 and 5-3.5 in 10.
A letter from the Archmage was read before the 2018 Archmage Tournament after the final bell for entry was rung. Archmage Nayun stated she would be unable to defend the title due to injury and retired so that the title could be won by those who entered the tournament.