That was a look that had been known to silence pompous members of the Magic Council and fearsome dark mages alike, and yet it didn't make the slightest dent in Natsu's smug attitude. Threatening glares tended to be a lot less effective when the man employing them was tied to a chair. He was Jellal. He was one of the most infamous and dangerous dark mages in existence. He was the Master of the Tower of Heaven; the leader of a sinister cult that had not only evaded capture by the authorities for the past eight years, but had managed to construct a device capable of bringing about the end of the world while they were at it. Right now, he was this close to being able to unleash an apocalypse of death and ruin upon the entire world.
He attended the Calgary Hebrew School in his childhood before transferring to a public junior high school. Levant campaigned for the Reform Party of Canada as a teenager and joined it as a university student. The first two of those years, his debate partner was future Calgary mayor Naheed Nenshi. His actions outraged aboriginal law students, feminists, and a number of professors, and he was called to a meeting with the assistant dean who advised him of the university's non-academic code of conduct and defamation laws. As head of the university's speakers committee, Levant organized a debate between Doug Christie , a lawyer known for his advocacy in defence of Holocaust deniers and accused Nazi war criminals , and Thomas Kuttner, a Jewish lawyer from the New Brunswick Human Rights Commission.