|“||All has been arranged.||„|
|~ Wizard informing Ammag that he is ready for mission.|
The Levram Wizard is a minor antagonist in the 2003 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles TV series, only appearing in thr episode "Grudge Match". He is an unnamed alien sorcerer from Levram dimension, as well as very loyal servant of Ammag.
He was voiced by James Earl Jones, who also played Darth Vader in Star Wars: A New Hope, Thulsa Doom in Conan the Barbarian, Ommadon in The Flight of Dragons, Lavan in My Little Pony'n Friends, and The Emperor of the Night in Pinocchio and the Emperor of the Night.
When Ammag and his son named Kluh arrived on Earth, they tried to kill Michelangelo who accidentally defeated Kluh in Battle Nexus Contest. After Daimyo's servant interfered and stopped the fight, Ammag and Kluh were forced to relent. Later on, when official rematch between Michelangelo and Kluh was announced by Daimyo, Kluh was infuriated that he would have to fight by Daimyo's laws. However, Ammag comforted him and sent Levram Wizard on a mission that will guarantee that the match will not be fought by Daimyo's rules.
The Levram Wizard informed Ammag and Kluh that everything was arranged and he is now ready for his mission. Ammag ordered the wizard to remove safety spells surrounding the Battle Nexus Arena so Kluh would kill Michelangelo during the match. Then he went into the hidden room where he started mystically lifting safety spells so Michelangelo would not be teleported away if he was losing the fight. However, despite magically sabotaging the fight from a hidden place, the Wizard's efforts were rather quickly detected by Daimyo, who tried to use his War Staff to stop the Wizard, which didn't happen as Ammag took the Daimyo's son hostage. Despite Wizard's efforts, Kluh was defeated by Mikey.
This is unknown what happened to Levram Wizard afterwards but this is very likely that, after Mikey defeated Kluh, Daimyo restored safety spells.
The Levram Wizard is considerably smaller and much less bulky than other Levram Warriors but makes up for it with his skills in the mystic arts.
Nothing is known about the Levram Wizard's personality except the fact that he is very loyal to Ammag and always follows his orders without question or hesitation.
- He has only one line spoken in English. When he is removing safety spells from Battle Nexus Arena, he is speaking in alien language.