Actually S1eepy its more using your own tactic against you, as rather than the debate being on my terms its being done on yours as it makes it harder for people to then constantly branch the debate out further or drag it into other areas, its the "I'll come to you approach" rather than dictating the direction of the argument and have it pulled other ways.
You see the issue with saying I'm using fear as an example is that the fear has been proved to have a basis in reality many times over with plenty of other games which allowed farming of some kind. The fear has a justification to it while the fear of rules and regulations often isn't with the rules at most creating a minor inconvenience to people with many being ok with them when they understand the reasoning behind it.
Will and over abundant market harm the game ? Sure it will as rare scrolls will be worthless if its too abundant, they will have no value just like money in a hyper inflated market.
Re-entering the crazy now so feel free to skip.
you imply that magic is everything that cannot be explained empirically by science as it is a force acting upon an energy based world and yet science is itself explaining how many of these forces are created through Neuroscience, all to understand how the brain functions and how energy as such is interacting in different ways and that the different forms of energy are in reality wavelengths and work on Resonance which is at its core energy itself.
I get the idea about the line of impossibility but for many people while its perfectly possible it could raid Frogs in central london tomorrow the probability is pretty low so low it tends to 0 so much that many consider it impossible as impossible is in itself perspective based. this is due to the fact physics teaches that at any moment anything could happen such as a 10 ton Rhino appearing at the top of the Effiel tower. The issue is that is not probable to happen its so improbable that the perception of it being impossible was created as the line.
you see the issue with claiming to be a wizard is playing to the concept of magic while a Magician will openly say its an illusion and while he won't reveal the additional information people are generally in no doubt that there is additional information unlike someone claiming to have mystical powers which often suggests far ulterior motives to using the information in such a way to claim they are magic.