Wiseman (ワイズマン Waizuman), nicknamed "Dark Energy Mage" and "Genius Since the Beginning of Demon World Elementary #7" (魔界第七小学校始まって以来の天才 Makai Dainana Shōgakkō Hajimatte Irai no Tensai), is a character from the movie Zatch Bell! 101st Devil and the video game Konjiki no Gash Bell!! Yūjō Tag Battle Full Power. Originally, the mamodo who decides the mamodos who go into the fight was going to approve Wiseman, but before he could stamp Wiseman's paper and make it official, Wiseman's paper blew out the window. He was too tired and lazy to go get it, so he approved Gash instead. This made Wiseman very angry, so he decided to exact his revenge upon Gash for taking his spot in the fight.
His human partner, Kotoha, (コトハ Kotoha) voluntarily chose to be his partner at first, believing that he saved her mother, but was reluctant to keep fighting mamodo. But, Wiseman removes her feelings, believing that her emotions are troublesome for him
Similar to both main antagonists, he is capable of removing memories from others like Zeno, and also able to remove one's feelings like Zofis.
Wiseman, along with Faudo and the ancient mamodo, is one of the mamodos who fought in the current battle despite not being a candidate.
Using the suppression and absorption power of the White Spellbook, Wiseman can negate and absorb any spell and add the spell incantation to the White Spellbook, allowing Wiseman to be able to cast his opponents' spells. He has absorbed spells used by Tia's vermillion spellbook, Kanchomé's yellow spellbook, Pongyon's salmon spellbook, and Zatch's red spellbook and has access to all of the spells they used. Known stolen spells Wiseman has used from the White Spellbook are:
Description: A bubble-like, transparent dome-shaped force field appears around Tia, blocking all attacks from any direction except underground. It is later revealed that the spell becomes a full sphere when cast in the air.
Kotoha's name is never written in kanji or katakana in the movie, but "Koto" (こと) can mean either 'thing' or 'harp' (sort of alluding to how Wiseman treated her).
In Latin, "magus" can be used to refer to one of the three wisemen from the bible (though they are generally referred to collectively in the plural form, "magi"). "Magus" can also be used to describe any practitioner of black magic, which correlates with Wiseman's powers (both the ones used on Kotoha and the ones discussed by Moppun) as well as his evil-mage design (pentagram, Baphomet-like horns, red eyes, etc.