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7th Feb '16 6:33:37 AM GothicProphet
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* ''FanFic/ASnakeNamedVoldemort'' has Voldemort himself, courtesy of a potion Snape slipped into his tea, and later [[spoiler: Bellatrix]], courtesy of Voldemort. Downplayed in the latter example, since she doesn't remember being human while she's in her snake form and doesn't remember being a snake when she's human.
30th Jan '16 9:40:31 AM DarkStorm
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* In some of the Witch Hazel in ComicStrip/LittleLulu, hazel transforms Lulu into various things, such as a cat, a parrot, a monkey, a mermaid, and even a water pipe!
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* In some of the Witch Hazel stories in ComicStrip/LittleLulu, hazel Hazel often transforms Lulu (or a nameless girl who is drawn as Lulu) into various things, such as a cat, a parrot, a monkey, a mermaid, a mouse (twice), and even a water pipe!
14th Jan '16 9:42:04 PM Azek
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}'' the final boss will throw spiral-galaxy shaped discs at the title character. If she is struck, she turns into into a child form who can't attack, dodge and can barely run.
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}'' the final boss will throw spiral-galaxy shaped discs at the title character. If she is struck, she turns into into a child form who can't attack, dodge and can barely run.
14th Jan '16 9:41:19 PM Azek
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* Probably counts. In ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}'' the final boss will throw spiral-galaxy shaped discs at the title character. If she is struck, she turns into a defenseless--and so slow that she might as well be motionless--child.
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* Probably counts. In ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}'' the final boss will throw spiral-galaxy shaped discs at the title character. If she is struck, she turns into into a defenseless--and so slow child form who can't attack, dodge and can barely run. ** Demon Resentment in [[VideoGame/{{Bayonetta2}} the sequel]] has a ray that she might as well be motionless--child.has the same effect. Once you're turned into helpless little girl, it chases you around and if you got caught -- it eats you alive.
4th Jan '16 7:04:32 AM SeptimusHeap
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* In some of the Witch Hazel in LittleLulu, hazel transforms Lulu into various things, such as a cat, a parrot, a monkey, a mermaid, and even a water pipe! * Before ''Swing with Scooter'' turned into an ''{{Archie}}'' [[SerialNumbersFiledOff clone]], its seventh issue featured a story where Scooter and his friends were turned into anthropomorphic vegetables. [[http://www.dialbforblog.com/archives/333/scooter7p2.gif Yes.]]
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* In some of the Witch Hazel in LittleLulu, ComicStrip/LittleLulu, hazel transforms Lulu into various things, such as a cat, a parrot, a monkey, a mermaid, and even a water pipe! * Before ''Swing with Scooter'' turned into an ''{{Archie}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Archie}}'' [[SerialNumbersFiledOff clone]], its seventh issue featured a story where Scooter and his friends were turned into anthropomorphic vegetables. [[http://www.dialbforblog.com/archives/333/scooter7p2.gif Yes.]]
29th Dec '15 9:23:34 PM jormis29
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** The Skaven have a spell known as "the Dreaded Thirteenth Spell", castable only by their strongest units (Grey Seers of 4th-level wizardry and [[DemonPrincesAndArchdevils Vermin Lords]]). If it hits, an entire unit of the enemy is turned into Skaven.
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** The Skaven have a spell known as "the Dreaded Thirteenth Spell", castable only by their strongest units (Grey Seers of 4th-level wizardry and [[DemonPrincesAndArchdevils [[DemonLordsAndArchdevils Vermin Lords]]). If it hits, an entire unit of the enemy is turned into Skaven.

* Vertigo in ''PrimalRage'' has a FinishingMove that turns the enemy into a cow. * In ''LordsOfMagic'', the Chaos Mage had the spell Polymorph Self, which turned units (not necessarily the Mage herself) into an elephant or a lion. And then there was Polymorph Other, which would turn the target into a goat, chicken, or goose.
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* Vertigo in ''PrimalRage'' ''VideoGame/PrimalRage'' has a FinishingMove that turns the enemy into a cow. * In ''LordsOfMagic'', ''VideoGame/LordsOfMagic'', the Chaos Mage had the spell Polymorph Self, which turned units (not necessarily the Mage herself) into an elephant or a lion. And then there was Polymorph Other, which would turn the target into a goat, chicken, or goose.
28th Dec '15 4:17:24 PM Godzillawolf
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* In ''[[https://www.fimfiction.net/story/237978/how-trixie-somehow-saved-hearths-warming How Trixie (Somehow) Saved Hearth's Warming]]'', Trixie and Vixen end up turned into wooden toys by [[Theater/TheNutcracker the Rat King]]. They soon discover his castle is filled with other ponies who were turned into wooden toys and enslaved by the Rat King. [[spoiler:Trixie manages to turn being made of wood into [[UsingYourHead somewhat of an advantage]], and after the Rat King [[DisneyVillainDeath meets his end]], everypony reverts back to normal.]]
27th Dec '15 5:30:29 PM eroock
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->''Are you ready?\\
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Transmogrification central!''
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Transmogrification central!''central!"''
26th Dec '15 7:06:30 AM rafi
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* In ''LightNovel/{{Campione}}'' when Sun Wukong manifests on Earth, all non-magical humans in the surrounding city are transformed into monkeys. Notably, this is not out of malice but primarily because Sun Wukong desires subjects to rule over; the transformed civilians are unharmed and eventually return to normal.

* ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' villain Captain Ginyu (who has the ability to switch bodies with his opponents) is defeated when he is tricked into switching bodies with an ordinary, powerless Namekian frog. When the planet he is in explodes he is transported along with everybody else to Earth, and stays on Earth, along with the frog now inhabiting his old body, until the planet is destroyed by Kid Buu. In an anime filler, he manages to switch bodies with Bulma, but is soon forced back into his frog body.
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* ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' ''Anime/DragonBallZ'': ** The villain Captain Ginyu (who has the ability to switch bodies with his opponents) is defeated when he is tricked into switching bodies with an ordinary, powerless Namekian frog. When the planet he is in explodes he is transported along with everybody else to Earth, and stays on Earth, along with the frog now inhabiting his old body, until the planet is destroyed by Kid Buu. In an anime filler, he manages to switch bodies with Bulma, but is soon forced back into his frog body.

* ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' villain Captain Ginyu (who has In ''Manga/FruitsBasket'' the ability to switch bodies with his opponents) is defeated story centers around an entire family cursed that they turn into animals when he is tricked into switching bodies with an ordinary, powerless Namekian frog. When embraced by someone from the planet he opposite gender who is in explodes he is transported along with everybody else to Earth, ''not'' a member of the clan, though luckily they keep their human minds and stays on Earth, along can still talk. But expect an awful lot of [[NakedOnRevival awkwardness when they turn back]] Though the family learned to accept and deal with the frog now inhabiting his old body, until curse in different ways, they still consider the planet is destroyed by Kid Buu. In an anime filler, he manages to switch bodies with Bulma, but is soon forced back whole thing a BlessedWithSuck especially if you're Hatori. (He turns into a seahorse--he's the most vulnerable of the lot, for obvious reason). ** the BlessedWithSuck attitude is made somewhat plausible when it's strongly implied that the cursed are near universally rejected by their mothers, who of course, embrace their babies upon being born. Newborn rabbits... * In ''Manga/{{Gintama}}'', a story arc focuses on Gintoki, Katsura, and Kondo trying to return to their original forms after they're cursed as a result of relieving themselves on a cat's grave. The former two transformed into cats, while the latter of the three inexplicably ends up as a gorilla instead (Befitting of his frog body.nickname). Despite the change, they're still able to beat up the ones responsible for capturing Kabukicho's stray cats rather easily, though in Kondo's case, it's more than justified.

* ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' villain Captain Ginyu (who In ''Manga/OnePiece'', the samurai Kin'emon's missing son Momonosuke ate an artificially created Devil Fruit that turned him into a little eastern style dragon. Whether due to his inexperience with Devil Fruit powers or problems with the man-made fruit itself, Momonosuke is stuck in dragon form. ** The Dressrosa arc introduces Sugar, a member of the Doflamingo pirate crew. She has eaten the Hobby-Hobby fruit, which grants her the ability to switch bodies turn people into toys and even [[{{Unperson}} remove people's memories of them]]. Though this comes with his opponents) is defeated when he is tricked into switching bodies with an ordinary, powerless Namekian frog. When a trade-off that she's stuck in the planet he is in explodes he is transported along with everybody else to Earth, and stays on Earth, along with the frog now inhabiting his old body, until the planet is destroyed by Kid Buu. In an anime filler, he manages to switch bodies with Bulma, but is soon forced back into his frog body.physical body of a ten-year-old girl. Actually, even ''that'' [[BadassAdorable doesn't come as a disadvantage]].

* In ''Anime/SpiritedAway'', Chihiro's parents are turned into pigs. And in the same movie, a giant baby is turned into a hamster, and a large bird is turned into a tiny black hummingbird-thing. This trope is used a lot in Miyazaki movies, it seems.
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* In ''Anime/SpiritedAway'', Chihiro's parents are turned ''Manga/SgtFrog'', Keroro tricks Natsumi into pigs. And wearing a dog collar that transforms her into a dog, forcing Natsumi to flee her house as they're not allowed to have pets there. Keroro then follows Natsumi, intending to catch her in the same movie, act of doing something embarrassing while stuck as a giant baby is turned into a hamster, dog, as she finds herself fighting her canine urges. She fortunately manages to dodge this and a large bird is turned into a tiny black hummingbird-thing. This trope is used a lot finds herself in Miyazaki movies, it seems.the care of her crush, before reverting to human form right before him and causing Keroro to zap himself with his own device, causing him to behave like a dog in turn.

* ''Manga/{{Uzumaki}}'' features some people who transform into snails, and one couple who become snake-like. This isn't too bad for the snailized people until [[spoiler: the un-snailized people start looking for food]]. * In ''Manga/OnePiece'', the samurai Kin'emon's missing son Momonosuke ate an artificially created Devil Fruit that turned him into a little eastern style dragon. Whether due to his inexperience with Devil Fruit powers or problems with the man-made fruit itself, Momonosuke is stuck in dragon form. ** The Dressrosa arc introduces Sugar, a member of the Doflamingo pirate crew. She has eaten the Hobby-Hobby fruit, which grants her the ability to turn people into toys and even [[{{Unperson}} remove people's memories of them]]. Though this comes with a trade-off that she's stuck in the physical body of a ten-year-old girl. Actually, even ''that'' [[BadassAdorable doesn't come as a disadvantage]]. * In ''FruitsBasket'' the story centers around an entire family cursed that they turn into animals when embraced by someone from the opposite gender who is ''not'' a member of the clan, though luckily they keep their human minds and can still talk. But expect an awful lot of [[NakedOnRevival awkwardness when they turn back]] Though the family learned to accept and deal with the curse in different ways, they still consider the whole thing a BlessedWithSuck especially if you're Hatori. (He turns into a seahorse--he's the most vulnerable of the lot, for obvious reason). ** the BlessedWithSuck attitude is made somewhat plausible when it's strongly implied that the cursed are near universally rejected by their mothers, who of course, embrace their babies upon being born. Newborn rabbits... * In ''LightNovel/{{Campione}}'' when Sun Wukong manifests on Earth, all non-magical humans in the surrounding city are transformed into monkeys. Notably, this is not out of malice but primarily because Sun Wukong desires subjects to rule over; the transformed civilians are unharmed and eventually return to normal. * In ''Manga/{{Gintama}}'', a story arc focuses on Gintoki, Katsura, and Kondo trying to return to their original forms after they're cursed as a result of relieving themselves on a cat's grave. The former two transformed into cats, while the latter of the three inexplicably ends up as a gorilla instead (Befitting of his nickname). Despite the change, they're still able to beat up the ones responsible for capturing Kabukicho's stray cats rather easily, though in Kondo's case, it's more than justified. * In ''Manga/SgtFrog'', Keroro tricks Natsumi into wearing a dog collar that transforms her into a dog, forcing Natsumi to flee her house as they're not allowed to have pets there. Keroro then follows Natsumi, intending to catch her in the act of doing something embarrassing while stuck as a dog, as she finds herself fighting her canine urges. She fortunately manages to dodge this and finds herself in the care of her crush, before reverting to human form right before him and causing Keroro to zap himself with his own device, causing him to behave like a dog in turn.
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* A RunningGag in ''Manga/ToLoveRu'' is that Rito is constantly getting transformed into different shapes or things, whether they be animals, objects, or different sizes due to Lala's inventions; whether or not it was a malfunction or an accident. * ''Manga/{{Uzumaki}}'' features some people who transform into snails, and one couple who become snake-like. This isn't too bad for the snailized people until [[spoiler: the un-snailized people start looking for food]]. * In ''Manga/OnePiece'', the samurai Kin'emon's missing son Momonosuke ate an artificially created Devil Fruit that turned him into a little eastern style dragon. Whether due to his inexperience with Devil Fruit powers or problems with the man-made fruit itself, Momonosuke is stuck in dragon form. ** The Dressrosa arc introduces Sugar, a member of the Doflamingo pirate crew. She has eaten the Hobby-Hobby fruit, which grants her the ability to turn people into toys and even [[{{Unperson}} remove people's memories of them]]. Though this comes with a trade-off that she's stuck in the physical body of a ten-year-old girl. Actually, even ''that'' [[BadassAdorable doesn't come as a disadvantage]]. * In ''FruitsBasket'' the story centers around an entire family cursed that they turn into animals when embraced by someone from the opposite gender who is ''not'' a member of the clan, though luckily they keep their human minds and can still talk. But expect an awful lot of [[NakedOnRevival awkwardness when they turn back]] Though the family learned to accept and deal with the curse in different ways, they still consider the whole thing a BlessedWithSuck especially if you're Hatori. (He turns into a seahorse--he's the most vulnerable of the lot, for obvious reason). ** the BlessedWithSuck attitude is made somewhat plausible when it's strongly implied that the cursed are near universally rejected by their mothers, who of course, embrace their babies upon being born. Newborn rabbits... * In ''LightNovel/{{Campione}}'' when Sun Wukong manifests on Earth, all non-magical humans in the surrounding city are transformed into monkeys. Notably, this is not out of malice but primarily because Sun Wukong desires subjects to rule over; the transformed civilians are unharmed and eventually return to normal. * In ''Manga/{{Gintama}}'', a story arc focuses on Gintoki, Katsura, and Kondo trying to return to their original forms after they're cursed as a result of relieving themselves on a cat's grave. The former two transformed into cats, while the latter of the three inexplicably ends up as a gorilla instead (Befitting of his nickname). Despite the change, they're still able to beat up the ones responsible for capturing Kabukicho's stray cats rather easily, though in Kondo's case, it's more than justified. * In ''Manga/SgtFrog'', Keroro tricks Natsumi into wearing a dog collar that transforms her into a dog, forcing Natsumi to flee her house as they're not allowed to have pets there. Keroro then follows Natsumi, intending to catch her in the act of doing something embarrassing while stuck as a dog, as she finds herself fighting her canine urges. She fortunately manages to dodge this and finds herself in the care of her crush, before reverting to human form right before him and causing Keroro to zap himself with his own device, causing him to behave like a dog in turn.food]].

* ''Manga/{{Uzumaki}}'' features some people who transform into snails, and one couple who become snake-like. This isn't too bad for the snailized people until [[spoiler: the un-snailized people start looking for food]]. * In ''Manga/OnePiece'', the samurai Kin'emon's missing son Momonosuke ate an artificially created Devil Fruit that ''Anime/SpiritedAway'', Chihiro's parents are turned him into pigs. And in the same movie, a giant baby is turned into a little eastern style dragon. Whether due to his inexperience with Devil Fruit powers or problems with the man-made fruit itself, Momonosuke is stuck in dragon form. ** The Dressrosa arc introduces Sugar, a member of the Doflamingo pirate crew. She has eaten the Hobby-Hobby fruit, which grants her the ability to turn people into toys hamster, and even [[{{Unperson}} remove people's memories of them]]. Though this comes with a trade-off that she's stuck in the physical body of a ten-year-old girl. Actually, even ''that'' [[BadassAdorable doesn't come as a disadvantage]]. * In ''FruitsBasket'' the story centers around an entire family cursed that they turn into animals when embraced by someone from the opposite gender who large bird is ''not'' a member of the clan, though luckily they keep their human minds and can still talk. But expect an awful lot of [[NakedOnRevival awkwardness when they turn back]] Though the family learned to accept and deal with the curse in different ways, they still consider the whole thing a BlessedWithSuck especially if you're Hatori. (He turns turned into a seahorse--he's the most vulnerable of the lot, for obvious reason). ** the BlessedWithSuck attitude tiny black hummingbird-thing. This trope is made somewhat plausible when it's strongly implied that the cursed are near universally rejected by their mothers, who of course, embrace their babies upon being born. Newborn rabbits... * In ''LightNovel/{{Campione}}'' when Sun Wukong manifests on Earth, all non-magical humans used a lot in the surrounding city are transformed into monkeys. Notably, this is not out of malice but primarily because Sun Wukong desires subjects to rule over; the transformed civilians are unharmed and eventually return to normal. * In ''Manga/{{Gintama}}'', a story arc focuses on Gintoki, Katsura, and Kondo trying to return to their original forms after they're cursed as a result of relieving themselves on a cat's grave. The former two transformed into cats, while the latter of the three inexplicably ends up as a gorilla instead (Befitting of his nickname). Despite the change, they're still able to beat up the ones responsible for capturing Kabukicho's stray cats rather easily, though in Kondo's case, it's more than justified. * In ''Manga/SgtFrog'', Keroro tricks Natsumi into wearing a dog collar that transforms her into a dog, forcing Natsumi to flee her house as they're not allowed to have pets there. Keroro then follows Natsumi, intending to catch her in the act of doing something embarrassing while stuck as a dog, as she finds herself fighting her canine urges. She fortunately manages to dodge this and finds herself in the care of her crush, before reverting to human form right before him and causing Keroro to zap himself with his own device, causing him to behave like a dog in turn. Miyazaki movies, it seems.

* ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'' has a direct ''American Werewolf'' parody called "The Laughing" (a reference to the werewolf movie ''The Howling'') where Dexter becomes a "were-clown" after being bitten by a pair of dentures belonging to a clown performing at Deedee's birthday.

* The fate of many an individual unlucky enough to cross paths with the Magic Man of ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime''. * Falina in ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingFeatsOfYoungHercules'' used to be a human princess, but when she claimed that Aphrodite was prettier than Hera, she was turned into a sable. [[spoiler: She is returned to human form at the end of the movie]]. * In ''WesternAnimation/BarbieInAMermaidTale2'', the big bad, Eris, is given legs instead of a mermaid tail--her worst nightmare. * In the 2006 revival of ''WesternAnimation/BikerMiceFromMars'', the three-part episode "Once Upon a Time on Earth", ended with Lawrence Limburger and Napoleon Brie being turned into fish, Dr. Karbunkle being turned into a turtle, Cataclysm turned into a non-sapient mouse, the alien convicts Ronaldo Rump planned to disguise as world leaders transformed into puppies, and most of the Catatonian soldiers turned into harmless kittens. * [[spoiler:Metus being turned into a snake by the [[MaskOfPower Ignika]]]] in ''{{Bionicle}}: The Legend Reborn''. * Bill Burnett revealed in an interview that, had ''WesternAnimation/ChalkZone'' been able to continue, Rudy would have encountered a human villain who was a victim of this. He stayed in ChalkZone for too long and became a zoner, and lost his ability to use the magic chalk. * ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'' has a direct ''American Werewolf'' parody called "The Laughing" (a reference to the werewolf movie ''The Howling'') where Dexter becomes a "were-clown" after being bitten by a pair of dentures belonging to a clown performing at Deedee's birthday.birthday. * A TimeTravel episode of ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' included a meeting with Circe, who, of course, turned Scrooge into a pig. A CarlBarks comic also had Magica use Circe's wand to turn Scrooge's nephews into animals to blackmail him for his NumberOneDime.

* The subversion of this trope would be when the transformed hero is just as or even more effective in their new form, like that episode of ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' where Mojo turns them into dogs, but they manage to beat him anyway because...they're dogs with really sharp teeth and human intelligence. ** And the trope is actually averted in the sequel to that episode, in which Mojo tries the exact same scheme. He tells the girls that he has studied the last time extensively, and has taken special precautions, including ''not'' turning the girls into dogs. Too bad he missed the fact that, untransformed, they're superpowered girls, and are free to beat him up in the usual fashion. * In ''WesternAnimation/TestamentTheBibleInAnimation'' the king of Babylon is turned into a beast by God and sent to live in the fields. He gets turned back later but his son keeps his crown. * Happens to Wonder Woman in the ''JusticeLeagueUnlimited'' episode "This Little Piggy". She still has her bracers, at least. Still, Batman's reaction was...[[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/batmangasp.bmp nonplussed]]. They then made a toy of ''Batman walking a pig''. Why, nobody will ever know. * In one episode, ''WesternAnimation/TheTick'' gets turned into a two-headed bluebird who can only speak in High School French and lays chocolate eggs. Let me say that again. [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext The Tick gets turned into a two-headed bluebird who can only speak in High School French and lays chocolate eggs]]. ** The MadScientist kid responsible for this had used his transforming machine for other purposes, like turning his entire PE class and coach into an ant colony (still doing the same climbing and running drills within their little ant farm, of course). When Arthur attempts to use the machine to turn the Tick back into his normal form, he struggles with the dizzying array of controls, turning the Tick into a blue dog, a blue sock, a blue houseplant, etc. before he finally notices [[NoOntologicalInertia the giant red button labeled "NORMAL" slightly to his right]]. ** Partially subverted when The Tick rhapsodizes about how one can lay an egg and still feel like a man and protects his egg. Later turned in to squick when the egg is broken and he eats the chocolate. * ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' was cursed with transforming into a monkey, but she got better (at the very last second).
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* The subversion of this trope would be when In the transformed hero is just as or even more effective in their new form, like that ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' episode of ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' where Mojo turns them "The Inconveniencing", two ghosts turn a teenager named Nate into dogs, but they manage to beat him anyway because...they're dogs with really sharp teeth and human intelligence. ** And the trope is actually averted in the sequel to that a [[spoiler: hot dog.]] In a later episode, in which Mojo tries a different ghost turns the exact same scheme. He tells guests at the girls that he has studied the last time extensively, and has taken special precautions, including ''not'' turning the girls Northwest's Party (including Dipper) into dogs. Too bad he missed the fact that, untransformed, they're superpowered girls, [[spoiler: wooden statues with branches and are free to beat him up in the usual fashion. * In ''WesternAnimation/TestamentTheBibleInAnimation'' the king of Babylon is turned into a beast by God and sent to live in the fields. He gets turned back later but his son keeps his crown. * Happens to Wonder Woman in the ''JusticeLeagueUnlimited'' episode "This Little Piggy". She still has her bracers, at least. Still, Batman's reaction was...[[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/batmangasp.bmp nonplussed]]. They leaves, then made a toy of ''Batman walking a pig''. Why, nobody will ever know. * In one episode, ''WesternAnimation/TheTick'' gets turned into a two-headed bluebird who can only speak in High School French and lays chocolate eggs. Let me say that again. [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext The Tick gets turned into a two-headed bluebird who can only speak in High School French and lays chocolate eggs]]. ** The MadScientist kid responsible for this had used his transforming machine for other purposes, like turning his entire PE class and coach into an ant colony (still doing the same climbing and running drills within their little ant farm, of course). When Arthur attempts to use [[NightmareFuel burn the machine to turn the Tick back into his normal form, he struggles place down with the dizzying array of controls, turning wooden people inside.]] ]] * The obligatory appearance by Circe in the Tick into a blue dog, a blue sock, a blue houseplant, etc. before he finally notices [[NoOntologicalInertia cartoon of Disney's ''Disney/{{Hercules}}'' featured the giant red button labeled "NORMAL" slightly to his right]]. ** Partially subverted when The Tick rhapsodizes about how one can lay an egg and still feel like a man and protects his egg. Later turned in to squick when the egg is broken and he eats the chocolate. * ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' was cursed personality polymorph, complete with transforming into a monkey, but she got better (at Icarus, the very last second).resident weirdo, becoming a ''platypus''.

* The obligatory appearance by Circe in the ongoing cartoon of Disney's ''Disney/{{Hercules}}'' featured the personality polymorph, complete with Icarus, the resident weirdo, becoming a ''platypus''. * One Episode of ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' has the team transformed into various animals such as a bear, cat, monkey, rabbit and... a lamp? (Beast Boy had pointed out to the suddenly nonplussed villain how he transforms into animals already, so the villain had to pick something else. Even then, Beast Boy could still shapeshift, but only into various types of ''objects''.) ** Starfire being turned into a cat may have been a MythologyGag. In an issue of the comics the team was "de-evolved", and Starfire became a cat-like creature. * A TimeTravel episode of ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' included a meeting with Circe, who, of course, turned Scrooge into a pig. A CarlBarks comic also had Magica use Circe's wand to turn Scrooge's nephews into animals to blackmail him for his NumberOneDime. * [[spoiler:Metus being turned into a snake by the [[MaskOfPower Ignika]]]] in ''{{Bionicle}}: The Legend Reborn''. * In the rebooted series of ''WesternAnimation/YoohooAndFriends'' it is the central theme with polluting corporate executives being turned into [[RidiculouslyCuteCritter cute, cuddly animals]] by Father Time and sent on missions to fix up the environmental damage they have caused. * A few times in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic''. In a flashback, Twilight's PowerIncontinence turns her parents into potted plants. In "Too Many Pinkie Pies", people keep interrupting her as she's practicing her Apples to Oranges spell, resulting in unfortunate orange/animal hybrids of a bird and a frog when her aim is thrown off.
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* The obligatory appearance by Circe Happens to Wonder Woman in the ongoing cartoon ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited'' episode "This Little Piggy". She still has her bracers, at least. Still, Batman's reaction was...[[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/batmangasp.bmp nonplussed]]. They then made a toy of Disney's ''Disney/{{Hercules}}'' featured the personality polymorph, complete ''Batman walking a pig''. Why, nobody will ever know. * ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' was cursed with Icarus, the resident weirdo, becoming a ''platypus''. * One Episode of ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' has the team transformed transforming into various animals such as a bear, cat, monkey, rabbit and... a lamp? (Beast Boy had pointed out to but she got better (at the suddenly nonplussed villain how he transforms into animals already, so the villain had to pick something else. Even then, Beast Boy could still shapeshift, but only into various types of ''objects''.) ** Starfire being turned into a cat may have been a MythologyGag. In an issue of the comics the team was "de-evolved", and Starfire became a cat-like creature. * A TimeTravel episode of ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' included a meeting with Circe, who, of course, turned Scrooge into a pig. A CarlBarks comic also had Magica use Circe's wand to turn Scrooge's nephews into animals to blackmail him for his NumberOneDime. * [[spoiler:Metus being turned into a snake by the [[MaskOfPower Ignika]]]] in ''{{Bionicle}}: The Legend Reborn''. * In the rebooted series of ''WesternAnimation/YoohooAndFriends'' it is the central theme with polluting corporate executives being turned into [[RidiculouslyCuteCritter cute, cuddly animals]] by Father Time and sent on missions to fix up the environmental damage they have caused. very last second). * A few times in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic''. ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'': ** In a flashback, Twilight's PowerIncontinence turns her parents into potted plants. plants. ** In "Too Many Pinkie Pies", people keep interrupting her as she's practicing her Apples to Oranges spell, resulting in unfortunate orange/animal hybrids of a bird and a frog when her aim is thrown off.

* This becomes a story point in the first season of ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'', where Mirta is turned into a pumpkin halfway through by Icy [[spoiler:for both foiling her plan to break Bloom's mind and making an illusion so terrifying that it scares Darcy and Stormy and keeps them from killing the other Winx]]. The rest of the season contains several references to Flora trying to figure out how to change Mirta back; she manages to do so in the second-to-last episode, though she plays it up as being very difficult to do. ** Later on Miss Faragonda is turned into a tree, but she gets better.
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* This becomes ''WesternAnimation/OverTheGardenWall'': ** [[DeadpanSnarker Beatrice]] was originally a story point in the first season of ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'', where Mirta is human, but she [[GuiltByAssociation and her whole family]] were turned into a pumpkin halfway through by Icy [[spoiler:for both foiling her plan bluebirds when she tried to break Bloom's mind throw a rock at one. ** The BigBad, a shadowy creature called [[YourSoulIsMine the Beast]], can turn people into an edelwood tree is they're near death or pass the DespairEventHorizon. He then uses the trees to keep the [[ArtifactOfDoom his Lantern]] lit, because [[spoiler: it's his SoulJar and making an illusion so terrifying he dies if it goes out]]. * The subversion of this trope would be when the transformed hero is just as or even more effective in their new form, like that it scares Darcy and Stormy and keeps episode of ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' where Mojo turns them from killing into dogs, but they manage to beat him anyway because...they're dogs with really sharp teeth and human intelligence. ** And the other Winx]]. The rest of the season contains several references to Flora trying to figure out how to change Mirta back; she manages to do so trope is actually averted in the second-to-last sequel to that episode, though she plays it up as being very difficult to do. ** Later on Miss Faragonda is turned in which Mojo tries the exact same scheme. He tells the girls that he has studied the last time extensively, and has taken special precautions, including ''not'' turning the girls into a tree, but she gets better.dogs. Too bad he missed the fact that, untransformed, they're superpowered girls, and are free to beat him up in the usual fashion.

* In ''WesternAnimation/BarbieInAMermaidTale2'', the big bad, Eris, is given legs instead of a mermaid tail--her worst nightmare. * The fate of many an individual unlucky enough to cross paths with the Magic Man of ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime''.

* In ''WesternAnimation/OverTheGardenWall,'' [[DeadpanSnarker Beatrice]] was originally a human, but she [[GuiltByAssociation and her whole family]] were turned into bluebirds when she tried to throw a rock at one. ** The BigBad, a shadowy creature called [[YourSoulIsMine the Beast]], can turn people into an edelwood tree is they're near death or pass the DespairEventHorizon. He then uses the trees to keep the [[ArtifactOfDoom his Lantern]] lit, because [[spoiler: it's his SoulJar and he dies if it goes out]]. * In the ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' episode "The Inconveniencing", two ghosts turn a teenager named Nate into a [[spoiler: hot dog.]] In a later episode, a different ghost turns the guests at the Northwest's Party (including Dipper) into [[spoiler: wooden statues with branches and leaves, then attempts to [[NightmareFuel burn the place down with the wooden people inside.]] ]] * In the 2006 revival of ''WesternAnimation/BikerMiceFromMars'', the three-part episode "Once Upon a Time on Earth", ended with Lawrence Limburger and Napoleon Brie being turned into fish, Dr. Karbunkle being turned into a turtle, Cataclysm turned into a non-sapient mouse, the alien convicts Ronaldo Rump planned to disguise as world leaders transformed into puppies, and most of the Catatonian soldiers turned into harmless kittens. * Bill Burnett revealed in an interview that, had ChalkZone been able to continue, Rudy would have encountered a human villain who was a victim of this. He stayed in ChalkZone for too long and became a zoner, and lost his ability to use the magic chalk. * Falina in ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingFeatsOfYoungHercules'' used to be a human princess, but when she claimed that Aphrodite was prettier than Hera, she was turned into a sable. [[spoiler: She is returned to human form at the end of the movie]].
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* In ''WesternAnimation/OverTheGardenWall,'' [[DeadpanSnarker Beatrice]] was originally a human, but she [[GuiltByAssociation and her whole family]] were turned One Episode of ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' has the team transformed into bluebirds when she tried various animals such as a bear, cat, monkey, rabbit and... a lamp? (Beast Boy had pointed out to throw a rock at one. ** The BigBad, a shadowy creature called [[YourSoulIsMine the Beast]], can turn people suddenly nonplussed villain how he transforms into an edelwood tree is they're near death or pass animals already, so the DespairEventHorizon. He then uses the trees villain had to keep the [[ArtifactOfDoom his Lantern]] lit, because [[spoiler: it's his SoulJar and he dies if it goes out]]. * In the ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' episode "The Inconveniencing", two ghosts turn a teenager named Nate pick something else. Even then, Beast Boy could still shapeshift, but only into a [[spoiler: hot dog.]] In a later episode, a different ghost turns the guests at the Northwest's Party (including Dipper) into [[spoiler: wooden statues with branches and leaves, then attempts to [[NightmareFuel burn the place down with the wooden people inside.]] ]] * In the 2006 revival various types of ''WesternAnimation/BikerMiceFromMars'', the three-part episode "Once Upon a Time on Earth", ended with Lawrence Limburger and Napoleon Brie being turned into fish, Dr. Karbunkle ''objects''.) ** Starfire being turned into a turtle, Cataclysm cat may have been a MythologyGag. In an issue of the comics the team was "de-evolved", and Starfire became a cat-like creature. * In ''WesternAnimation/TestamentTheBibleInAnimation'' the king of Babylon is turned into a non-sapient mouse, beast by God and sent to live in the alien convicts Ronaldo Rump planned to disguise as world leaders transformed into puppies, and most of the Catatonian soldiers fields. He gets turned into harmless kittens. * Bill Burnett revealed in an interview that, had ChalkZone been able to continue, Rudy would have encountered a human villain who was a victim of this. He stayed in ChalkZone for too long and became a zoner, and lost back later but his ability to use the magic chalk. son keeps his crown. * Falina in ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingFeatsOfYoungHercules'' used to be a human princess, but when she claimed that Aphrodite was prettier than Hera, she was In one episode, ''WesternAnimation/TheTick'' gets turned into a sable. [[spoiler: She is returned to human form at two-headed bluebird who can only speak in High School French and lays chocolate eggs. Let me say that again. [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext The Tick gets turned into a two-headed bluebird who can only speak in High School French and lays chocolate eggs]]. ** The MadScientist kid responsible for this had used his transforming machine for other purposes, like turning his entire PE class and coach into an ant colony (still doing the end same climbing and running drills within their little ant farm, of course). When Arthur attempts to use the machine to turn the Tick back into his normal form, he struggles with the dizzying array of controls, turning the Tick into a blue dog, a blue sock, a blue houseplant, etc. before he finally notices [[NoOntologicalInertia the giant red button labeled "NORMAL" slightly to his right]]. ** Partially subverted when The Tick rhapsodizes about how one can lay an egg and still feel like a man and protects his egg. Later turned in to squick when the egg is broken and he eats the chocolate. * This becomes a story point in the first season of ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'', where Mirta is turned into a pumpkin halfway through by Icy [[spoiler:for both foiling her plan to break Bloom's mind and making an illusion so terrifying that it scares Darcy and Stormy and keeps them from killing the other Winx]]. The rest of the movie]].season contains several references to Flora trying to figure out how to change Mirta back; she manages to do so in the second-to-last episode, though she plays it up as being very difficult to do. ** In the third season Miss Faragonda is turned into a tree, but she gets better. * In the rebooted series of ''WesternAnimation/YoohooAndFriends'' it is the central theme with polluting corporate executives being turned into [[RidiculouslyCuteCritter cute, cuddly animals]] by Father Time and sent on missions to fix up the environmental damage they have caused.
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* In the 2006 revival of ''WesternAnimation/BikerMiceFromMars'', the three-part episode "Once Upon a Time on Earth", ended with Lawrence Limburger and Napoleon Brie being turned into fish, Dr. Karbunkle being turned into a turtle, and Cataclysm turned into a non-sapient mouse.
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* In the 2006 revival of ''WesternAnimation/BikerMiceFromMars'', the three-part episode "Once Upon a Time on Earth", ended with Lawrence Limburger and Napoleon Brie being turned into fish, Dr. Karbunkle being turned into a turtle, and Cataclysm turned into a non-sapient mouse.mouse, the alien convicts Ronaldo Rump planned to disguise as world leaders transformed into puppies, and most of the Catatonian soldiers turned into harmless kittens.
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