Even with the most basic of tools, The Magician is a wielder of the Midas touch.
Where he begins is not where he'll end up. He's given each element in its basic form, giving him the foundation he needs to grow. The essence behind his personal growth is to work with these tools, and push them to their creative limits. When the power and the beauty of what he creates grows and increases in strength, so to will his audience, his reach, and the significance behind his creations.
"The essence behind his personal growth is to work with these tools,
and push them to their creative limits."
More adjusted to life than The Fool, The Magician is aware of his talent. He knows there is an expectation to perform. It's up to him to decide if he's putting on a one time nickel and dime show, or a Vegas worthy spectacle.
The Magician is learning his craft. He's exploring all aspects of the ingredients at his disposal. How they feel, how they work together, how they make sense, how they create chaos and repel. Nothing has a complete story yet, all of his spells and magic tricks are simply notes jotted down in one big brain storm. As he begins the journey of sharing his party tricks, they'll become second nature to him. With time, his ideas, performance, and Connection will ultimately become his legacy.
Until then, he must learn to turn an orange pipe cleaner into something that will bend the minds of the skeptics into believers.