He wandered the wood that had been his home.
He looked out from the trees at the world of Men.
So much had changed.
He'd remained hidden too long and now his life was over.
Man had spread like a disease across the Earth, he realized.
He stepped out from the cover of the trees and took a seat on a bench in front of the local convenience store.
"Old man, you don't look so good," said a strangely-clothed boy of about fifteen years.
"Indeed," whispered the wizard, as he crumbled to dust.