What’s in a name, asked Juliet, in a line that would become nearly as famous as the play itself. Young lovers divided by their warring families, the temptation to cast aside the burden of names must surely have called to Romeo and Juliet. “That which we call a rose, by any other name would smell as sweet.” Had this ended well for them, this might have instead found itself a member of Shakespeare’s lesser works. Instead, a reconciliation is only found once the “star-cross’d lovers” have died, each by their own hands. As it happens, a desire to put aside the baggage of name didn’t end so well for Wizards, either.