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The Mage's Association
Association
The Clock Tower
Status Active
Leader(s) The Director
Headquarters London, England
Associates The Church
Enemies Arch Demon Akibahara

The Mage's Association, sometimes referred to as simply The Association, is an an international, self-preservative and self-defense organization formed by practitioners of magecraft for the purpose of controlling, concealing, and developing magecraft. It hails from the Type-Moon canon.

For the most part, they seem to peacefully coexist alongside the Holy Church, though they don't always see eye to eye on everything.

Role Edit

The Ties That Bind - Shadow Over Gotham Edit

In the aftermath of The Ties That Bind and Shadow Over Gotham, Shiki Tohno and Aoko Aozaki submitted the Crossed Testimony and the Gotham City Incident Report.

Both of the reports happened to be suspiciously similar to each other, both of them involving the two individuals being transported to unfamiliar worlds and being grouped up with a number of other unknown figures, three of said figures being "Traitors" that sought to kill everyone from the inside. The Association took note of this, but refrained from taking action, as they lacked a substantial amount of information to go off of, and they wished to prevent needless panic within the community of mages. Furthermore, if such an anomaly happened twice, it was bound to happen again. At least, that was what Vice Director Barthomeloi Lorelei reasoned.

As such, the Crossed Testimony and the Gotham City Incident Report became classified documents, for the eyes of the higher-ranked members of the Association and the Church, whom the Association contacted and warned of, just in case. The two organizations have, as a result, begun working closely in secret from here on out.

Monokuma Rising Edit

After Kirei Kotomine returned to his world after the events of Monokuma Rising, he submitted the Monokuma Incident Report to the Mage's Association and the Church. He was the one who suggested that action be taken, dropping the Arch Demon's name, possibly contributing the first lead to the two organizations.

He recommended that the two organizations start an investigation concerning the Arch Demon anomaly, advising the Church to assign Ciel to the case, while the Association began making preparations for what they expected was to come.

The Reapers' Game Edit

After the sudden and abrupt demise of Ciel, both the Association and the Church went into a panic, as the trump card was so easily defeated.

Once Ciel returned to the world of the living after the events of The Reapers' Game, the Church was greatly surprised. Even though she had just come back, they accepted her request for a temporary vacation, being left to sort out the Arch Demon case from the submitted Reaper Incident Report.

Fusion Edit

After the events of Fusion, Kirei Kotomine proceeded to submit the Fuse Incident Report to the Association and Church from the Coalition Headquarters through unspecified means. Shortly after that, upon reading the report and becoming fed up with the Association's hesitance to act, Aoko Aozaki confronts the vice director, Barthomeloi Lorelei, about the matter.

Reluctantly, Lorelei explains that the notion of confronting an enemy like the Arch Demon, an enemy they do not even know the full nature of, would be suicide, but Aoko refutes her by saying that she has a plan, dropping the name of Shiki Tohno, before beginning to discuss her plan regarding the next Murder Game, implied to be the biggest of them all yet.

The Ultimate Game - Right Hand of the Crimson Moon Edit

After the fall of the Arch Demon, the Holy Church and the Mage's Association had eased up significantly, believing that the end of the Murder Games had come, though much talk had been discussed in the background concerning what to do with the knowledge that there truly existed a greater multiverse out there, though little would come of it. With the belief that the Arch Demon was dead, and no representatives in the later subsequent events, they remained oblivious to not only the threat of Elliot, but also the other Murder Games continuing, notably The Sovionok Camp Incident and Legend of Zelda Extravaganza.

After the events of Right Hand of the Crimson Moon, as well as the death of Kirei Kotomine, revealed to be the true mastermind, the Holy Church had come under heavy fire from the Mage's Association, who had accused them of abusing the power of the Arch Demon, despite claims that Kotomine was acting upon his own accord.

Fighting of the Spirit Edit

The Clock Tower makes an appearance in the fifth chapter of the Revanchist War, in which a team is assigned to time travel back into the events of the Fiamma Incident to aid ODMA's Time Squad, including Sion Eltnam Atlasia, Mikoto Misaka, and others, in their mission to retrieve a time-displaced Junko Enoshima and the Great Spirit Muzét, who had time traveled in order to hide from the Revanchist and their agenda to destroy all of the Great Spirits.

The team teleports to the Clock Tower, believing it to be the location where Muzét and Junko are located. Splitting up into two, one group ventures up to the top of the tower, where they are impeded by a student in the tower named Svin Glascheit. Recognizing them as not belonging in the Clock Tower, Svin threatens to expose their location, but is promptly knocked unconscious by the group in order to avoid a time paradox. Some of them even believed Svin to be Muzét in disguise, only for Milla Maxwell to explain that Muzét is in fact female.

Meanwhile, the other team explored the Clock Tower only to find a distinct screaming behind a door. Behind the door was a dark storage room that held the past version of Sion, who appeared afflicted by a form of savage vampirism. She breaks free of her constraints and attacks the group, before being quickly knocked out. The present version of Sion explains that she is a descendant of Night of Wallachia, and his reawakening during the Fiamma Incident activated a bloodlust within her that threatened to take her over, forcing her to be restrained until the threat of him was passed.

As the group reunited on the rooftop of the tower, it is deduced that they teleported to the wrong location, as the world-merging process of the Fiamma Incident interfered with the team's attempts to locate the energy source emanating from Muzét and Junko. With another scan, they finally locate the energy signature in Academy City, and teleport there next, leaving the Clock Tower.

Notable Members Edit

Clock Tower Edit

Atlas Edit

General Members Edit

Auxiliary Forces Edit

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Trivia Edit

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