Wizards are anti-social, recluse, and are usually as pleasant to interact with as a coquettish pumice stone. This is due to the fact that, contrary to their counterparts, Wizards have no way of tapping into their limited ether. Whether they lack confidence, willpower, or potent enough ether, They cannot insult the elements enough for them to be taken seriously. Hence why a raspberry or fart sound is usually replied for a failed casting attempt. So to supplement this, Wizards use ingredients from other sources of ether. Plants, animals, animal parts, even refined emotional concepts made physical are fair game. With enough know-how, Wizards could potentially contest their abilities with sorcerers if they have the proper ingredients and the right incantations. The components both create the insult to the Element and channel the energy to mimic a more powerful Caster. Projected into an object small enough to serve as a temporary totem, or if ritual casting, put in a cauldron or big pot.
Despite their casting issues,Wizards are incredibly well versed in research and study. You will typically find a wizard buried in a library of their own making. Be warned, A Wizard's library is akin to that of a Dragon's Hoard; expansive, gluttonous, and guarded with a lethal zeal.