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    A lof of people follow the rule of three. I personally don't, I'm a bigger believer in karma and personal responsibility. What do you consider your ethics to be?
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    Magical ethics are the same as ordinary ethics, but with the assumption that your spells will have an actual effect. If it's unethical to assault someone that you dislike, then it's unethical to curse them. If it's unethical to trick or force a woman into having sex with drugs or alcohol, than it's unethical to do it with "love" spells.
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    I've always felt that a line should be drawn between what we're willing to accept and what we won't put up with. It is perhaps through that lens that I view hexes as a very natural component of self-preservation. I do believe there are consequences to our actions, magical or otherwise. Even the ones that are justified. So in that way I also believe in the importance of personal responsibility, but the rule of three has never really meant anything to me.

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