|Date of Birth:||April 25, 1043|
|Date of Death:||November 27, 1133|
Eduardo Kigamm (April 25, 1043 - November 27, 1133) was a magicologist at the beginning of the Age of the Wizards. He contributed much to the field of magic. He was the first wizard to understand the bonding process, to recognize that magic originated from dragons, and to define a dragon as a magic-possessing creature. He also spent much time researching spells and the effects of bonding. Together with Clarence Agondray, his findings form the foundation for modern magical theory.
Like his fellow vitally important wizard, a unit of measure for magic was named after him, the kigamm.