Terrarian Guide, the wildly popular new line of Terrarium Guides, has been selling out all over the country.
But some of those orders were for one thing: Voodoo dolls.
In a statement to Yahoo Sports, the company said it was selling Voodoo Doodles from Terrario Guide to retailers for $199 each.
The line of voodoo dolls is popular because they’re inexpensive and are easy to care for.
But when the company released the Voodoo Ranger American Haze, a voodoo ranger, the doll line became popular with those looking for something a little more expensive.
“Voodoo Ranger is a unique and well-designed piece of kit.
It’s designed with a more traditional voodoo style in mind and incorporates some accessories that are not commonly found in the market.
As a result, we have had to develop our own unique kits and accessories for this line,” the statement read.
Voodoo Guide has been one of the most successful voodoo guides in recent years, and its popularity has caused it to sell out orders for Terrarians.
But, some voodoo fans weren’t buying it.
“This is so stupid.
It looks like a product designed by a bunch of kids who grew up with Terrarius,” one reviewer on Amazon wrote.
“The only thing that makes it cool is the fact that it is a vampiric doll that will not harm anyone.”
A spokeswoman for Terria Guide said it has not yet seen the criticism, and Terrarians aren’t the only ones who are angry with the company.
“While Terrarias Guide is a great guide to the world of vampirology, we’re not in the business of selling them,” the spokeswoman said.
“We are disappointed that our customers are not able to purchase these kits.
We will be working hard to remedy this issue.”
Terraria Guides founder Scott Schaffer told Yahoo Sports that Terrarie Guides was still looking to make its products as good as possible.
“As soon as we heard about the voodoo Ranger, we were like, ‘Oh my god, this is insane,'” Schaffer said.