Majisto, alternately named Cerlin or Merlin depending on region, is a wizard that appeared in various sets of the Dragon Masters theme. He owned a dark grey bird. Besides most of the Dragon Masters sets, Majisto also appeared on a Royal Knights poster, as well as several video games.
Majisto was the first physical minifigure depicting a wizard (though a character simply called "the wizard" previously appeared in Captain Indigo comics in 1984), and as such introduced several new LEGO elements, such as the beard, the pointed hat and a glow-in-the-dark magic wand with a star-shaped tip.
Majisto's torso piece was a blue coloured variant of the Forestmen leader's green shirt with the black belt and the small (money) bag. On his back he would typically wear a short black cape. His standard smiley face head was accompanied by the new beard piece and the new pointed hat, colored in blue.
He appears in LEGO Legacy: Heroes Unboxed as a tutorial character and a rival to Willa the Witch. His tiles are only obtainable by completing achievements in game and is a support hero with the abilities Magic Missile!, Light of Might, Healing Feeling and the Ultimate Morphjisto. He is notable for his synchronization with Castle teammates.
- Majisto can be built as a playable character in LEGO Racers, though due to the lack of neck pieces in the game his beard is not available.
- Majisto also appeared In the Game Boy Color version of LEGO Island 2 in the Dark Forest area, where he helped Pepper Roni subdue two Bull guards by turning them into frogs, as well as teleporting Pepper back to LEGO Island afterwards. He is also featured on one of the game's collector cards. His card (#19) is among the game's rare cards, and it can only be acquired at one of three locations in the whole game.
- He appears in German LEGO Castle audio dramas under the name Cerlin, and with the dragon named Dragomil.
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As the world's preeminent wizard, the fate of the universe has been resting on Majisto's shoulders for hundreds of years... and judging by where everything's at, he definitely has some room for improvement. As kooky as he is wise, Majisto's casual dealings with unthinkable cosmic power has definitely left him a few chickens short of a coop.