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|Full Name||The Brotherhood of Magisters|
|Base of Operations||London, England|
|Debut/Closing||Season 2 Episode 47|
The Brotherhood of Magisters are an ancient order of magic users founded during the Dark Ages in which they thrived as a society. By the onset of science and technology, their power and influence began to decline. Hoping to harness Stonehenge's power, the Magisters sought to return the world to its archaic state so they could rule over it as they once did before.
The Magisters ruled during the Dark Ages, when their magic inspired fear. However, as science and technology advanced and the modern world took over, their power declined and their influence faded away. They have roots in many places, including the police, as an English policeman is seen being a member of the Magisters. When they only have fellow magisters for company, they wear ancient-style white robes with indigo trim; when in public, they will wear modern clothes to avoid being recognized by outsiders, though they all wear an item of jewelry with their order's insignia inscribed on it as a more subtle show of their allegiance. Their primary weapon is a spell they use to fire electrical discharges from their hands.
In the early 21st century, the Magisters stole the ancient Stonehenge, believing it to be a magical weapon of mass destruction (while others claim it is a beacon for alien spacecraft) by simply lowering it below ground. By happenstance, Jackie and Jade Chan came upon the Magisters by accident, as Jackie was doing an archaeological dig in the very castle the Magisters used for a fortress, and accidentally tripped a hidden switch and fell through a trap door before landing in a secret chamber where he encountered a circle of Magisters. Declaring that Jackie knew too much, the Magisters began to chase him all across London before he and Jade decided to investigate.
The Magisters eventually captured them and decided that, since the Chans already knew enough that the Magisters could not risk letting them live, they might as well tell the Chans the rest of their plot. The Magisters revealed their plan to harness the power of Stonehenge to destroy every major city and plunge the world into a new Dark Age for the Magisters to rule once more. But over the phone, Uncle conjured a spell that cancelled their magic. With their spell weakening, the head Magister used one last blast, and Stonehenge fired into the sky, only for London to not be destroyed. Interpol agents then came in to arrest the Magisters. With Jackie's testimony, the Magisters would be locked up for a long time.
But, unknown to everyone else, Stonehenge did do something: it left a signal for a flying saucer.
- The Magisters may, in fact, be based on real world practices, such as Hermeticism, and organizations, such as The Golden Dawn or Freemasons.