|Whatever life holds in store for me, I will never forget these words: "With great power comes great responsibility."
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Avatar is the protagonist of the 1977 Ralph Bakshi animated cult classic Wizards. He is an old but powerful wizard who doesn't trust himself to do the job right, but he has a heart of gold and cares deeply for his friends and doing what's right. He was voiced by Bob Holt.
Avatar and his brother Blackwolf were the twin sons of the fairy queen Delia of the idyllic land of Montagar. The twins were polar opposites from the moment they were born: while Blackwolf was born hideously mutated, cruel and selfish, Avatar was born attractive, noble and kind-hearted. He would often stay at his ailing mother's side entertaining her with beautiful visions.
Triumph Over Blackwolf
When Delia died, Avatar told his brother that their mother had passed away, but Blackwolf was excited, thinking that he will take over the kingdom as her heir. But when Avatar confronted him for this right, there was a battle between the two of them. In the end, Avatar won because he actually loved their mother and Blackwolf was exiled upon defeat.
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