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Sorry, Aspiring Witches: eBay Has Officially Banned the Sale of Spells and Potions

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What? No Elixir of Major Fortitude here.
What? No Elixir of Major Fortitude here.

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A tough blow for the pursuit of witchcraft and wizardry will befall the online shopping community come August 30, Mashable reports. eBay's 2012 "Fall Seller Update," which goes into effect at the end of the month, has shut down the mystic realm with bans on the sale of spells, potions, and, in a cruel twist, tarot card and other psychic readings.

Whelp, guess your wiccan spell books, +2 will-power tunics, and stores of mana are going to Goodwill instead.
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