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[Reformation Era] Daily Prophet #R2 ★ 2 January 2000

January 2nd, 2016, 4:31 pm

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Issue #R2 ★ 2 January, 2000

What Will Happen If The Werewolves Stop Taking Wolfsbane?

Kit Harper


London, England

A disturbing trend has been noticed by the sellers of potions, herbalists, and apothecaries. No one is buying the wolf's bane potion used to prevent werewolves from losing control during the full moon. This is quite alarming because if the potions is not being bought what does this say about the relatively hidden werewolf population living among us?

As it turns out there is currently a boycott in progress. Many werewolves are protesting the current prices, and many blame the ministry for their import taxes on some ingredients, and their restrictions and regulations on who can legally sell the product on the market.

So what does this mean for the current magical public? Only time will tell, but hopefully the Ministry is working on a safe, mutually beneficial solution for all involved.

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Shipments Resume Through Black Sea, No Further Delays Expected

Stephen Wickerbottom


Istanbul, Turkey

The shipping delays that plagued the Black Sea region throughout December have come to an end, according to officials of the Turkish Ministry. The delays were reportedly caused by unrest resulting from the sudden buyoutof several import and export companies around the sea by Aegean-based Alexandros Exotic Flora and Fauna.

"It has been a long month of negotiations," said Artemis Metaxas, a spokeswoman for Alexandros, "but we have managed to work with the various governments, the employees, and our clients, and we can promise that the delays are at an end. Moving forward, people should expect a new level of efficiency. The Black Sea has suffered in recent years from a lack of reliable service, and it is our goal to ensure the reliability that is deserved."

The delays caused a brief spike in prices of imports from the region, but officials say that these prices should normalize in the coming weeks.

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