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22nd Mar '17 6:38:15 AM ClatoLawa
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/MiraculousLadybug''/''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' crossover ''Fanfic/Ultrasonic'', whatever transports Marinette from Paris to Zootopia turns her into a white cat, though when she transforms into Ladybug she turns back to her human form.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/MiraculousLadybug''/''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' crossover ''Fanfic/Ultrasonic'', ''Fanfic/{{Ultrasonic}}'', whatever transports Marinette from Paris to Zootopia turns her into a white cat, though when she transforms into Ladybug she turns back to her human form.
8th Mar '17 5:01:30 AM ClatoLawa
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/MiraculousLadybug''/''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' crossover ''Fanfic/Ultrasonic'', whatever transports Marinette from Paris to Zootopia turns her into a white cat, though when she transforms into Ladybug she turns back to her human form.
5th Mar '17 12:48:54 PM DaibhidC
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* In ''Webcomic/GeneralProtectionFault'', using the Mutex to visit parallel universes results in your appearance altering to fit that world. This is probably at least partly because the Mutex was originally intended as a DeepImmersionGaming system, and it treats parallel universes the same way it would VirtualReality (where you would expect your "character" to fit the setting) and partly because the first universe they accessed this way that was that of ''Webcomic/KevinAndKell'' (above), which works that way in any case.
27th Feb '17 5:13:09 AM narm00
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* The plot to ''Manga/{{Uzumaki}}''. The town Kurôzu-cho is "cursed by the spiral" causing inhabitants to initially go mad, and obsessed with spiral shapes. Towards the end [[spoiler: people start transforming into human-sized snails]].
* ''Manga/NurseAngelRirikaSOS'' features a sister-world to Earth called Queen Earth, [[PrincessesRule ruled by the]] [[TheHighQueen wise and beautiful Princess Helena]]. Queen Earth has been invaded, and as it {{Mordor}}-ifies, it becomes Helena grows increasingly ill courtesy of life-link.

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* The plot to ''Manga/{{Uzumaki}}''. The town Kurôzu-cho is "cursed by the spiral" spiral", causing inhabitants to initially go mad, and obsessed with spiral shapes. Towards the end [[spoiler: people start transforming into human-sized snails]].
* ''Manga/NurseAngelRirikaSOS'' features a sister-world to Earth called Queen Earth, [[PrincessesRule ruled by the]] [[TheHighQueen wise and beautiful Princess Helena]]. Queen Earth has been invaded, and as it {{Mordor}}-ifies, it becomes Helena grows increasingly ill courtesy of life-link.



* In the graphic novel ''ComicBook/{{Amulet}}'' there is one town that is cursed. The longer people stay there they gradually transform into anthropomorphic animals. Though Leon was turned into a fox, as was his father. So it seems the spell has some bizarre connection to genetics.



* A strange example is found in ''FanFic/DungeonKeeperAmi''. Due to both Ami's research into improved [[VideoGame/DungeonKeeper dungeon hearts]] and the repeated attacks by [[GodOfEvil Dark Gods]], namely [[TheBrute The Mighty Tyrant]] and [[OurZombiesAreDifferent Crowned Death]], Ami's dungeon corruption has begun transforming the worn clothing, ornementation, and general appearence of it's denzins in various ways.
* [[http://lparchive.org/LetsPlay/Animal%20Crossing/index.html In the]] ''VideoGame/AnimalCrossing'' LetsPlay ''TheTerribleSecretOfAnimalCrossing'', [[spoiler:Animal Crossing takes place on an island with this property: [[BalefulPolymorph everyone there turns into their favourite animal]]. But, first, they go insane]].

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* A strange example is found in ''FanFic/DungeonKeeperAmi''. Due to both Ami's research into improved [[VideoGame/DungeonKeeper dungeon hearts]] and the repeated attacks by [[GodOfEvil Dark Gods]], namely [[TheBrute The Mighty Tyrant]] and [[OurZombiesAreDifferent Crowned Death]], Ami's dungeon corruption has begun transforming the worn clothing, ornementation, and general appearence of it's denzins its denizens in various ways.
* [[http://lparchive.org/LetsPlay/Animal%20Crossing/index.html In the]] ''VideoGame/AnimalCrossing'' LetsPlay ''TheTerribleSecretOfAnimalCrossing'', ''LetsPlay/TheTerribleSecretOfAnimalCrossing'', [[spoiler:Animal Crossing takes place on an island with this property: [[BalefulPolymorph everyone there turns into their favourite animal]]. But, first, they go insane]].



** There have also been transformations to '''non-ponies''', like [[TheBalladOfEchoTheDiamondDog Echo the Diamond Dog]] and [[Fanfic/TheChessgameOfTheGods Griffin the Griffon]].

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** There have also been transformations to '''non-ponies''', like [[TheBalladOfEchoTheDiamondDog [[FanFic/TheBalladOfEchoTheDiamondDog Echo the Diamond Dog]] and [[Fanfic/TheChessgameOfTheGods Griffin the Griffon]].



* In TheVampireDiaries story, "Everything Has Changed", fangirls Taylor and Ashley finding themselves in the show gradually forgetting what they know about the show and being from another world. They are unable to leave before it takes full effect.
* In ''Webcomic/TheHeroOfThreeFaces'', [[Series/DoctorWho the TARDIS crew]] [[http://members.iglou.com/scarfman/84033014.htm turn into toys]] when visiting the world of ''Literature/WinnieThePooh''.
* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' MetaFic MassiveMultiplayerCrossover RoundRobin ''[[http://www.ttrarchive.com/h4.html Reflections of Reality]]'' (aka the Pro-Fun Quadrille), everyone transforms into ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' characters when they realise they've landed on a Gameworld. For most of them this just means acquiring medieval clothing and weapons and appropriate skills; for many of the nonhumans it means being transformed into the closest D&D PC race. (It eventually transpires [[spoiler: the whole thing is an illusion]]).

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* In TheVampireDiaries Series/TheVampireDiaries story, "Everything Has Changed", fangirls Taylor and Ashley finding find themselves in the show gradually forgetting what they know about the show and being from another world. They are unable to leave before it takes full effect.
* In ''Webcomic/TheHeroOfThreeFaces'', [[Series/DoctorWho the TARDIS crew]] [[http://members.iglou.com/scarfman/84033014.htm turn into toys]] when visiting the world of ''Literature/WinnieThePooh''.
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In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' MetaFic MassiveMultiplayerCrossover RoundRobin ''[[http://www.ttrarchive.com/h4.html Reflections of Reality]]'' (aka the Pro-Fun Quadrille), everyone transforms into ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' characters when they realise they've landed on a Gameworld. For most of them this just means acquiring medieval clothing and weapons and appropriate skills; for many of the nonhumans it means being transformed into the closest D&D PC race. (It eventually transpires [[spoiler: the whole thing is an illusion]]).illusion]]).
** There's a milder effect in an earlier RoundRobin, the Pro-Fun Hoedown ''[[http://www.ttrarchive.com/h3.html Goodnight, Sweetheart]]'', where everyone who ventures into the fairytale world finds themselves outfitted appropriately.



* Milo and the Phantom Tollbooth. As Milo travels through the tollbooth, he changes from live-action to a cartoon (and back again in the opposite direction).

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* Milo and the Phantom Tollbooth.Literature/ThePhantomTollbooth. As Milo travels through the tollbooth, he changes from live-action to a cartoon (and back again in the opposite direction).



* Played with in Creator/TerryPratchett's Discworld/WyrdSisters. Given the old age of the kingdom of Lancre, Granny Weatherwax states that the land itself has come to developed a sort of mind, which, while it cannot change the mood of the people, can sense the people's mood (Especially its king's), and if they don't love and appreciate the kingdom, It might get angry. Which would change the people's mood when you consider multiple tons of tectonic plates throwing a tantrum.

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* Played with in Creator/TerryPratchett's Discworld/WyrdSisters. Given the old age of the kingdom of Lancre, Granny Weatherwax states that the land itself has come to developed develop a sort of mind, which, while it cannot change the mood of the people, can sense the people's mood (Especially its king's), and if they don't love and appreciate the kingdom, It might get angry. Which would change the people's mood when you consider multiple tons of tectonic plates throwing a tantrum.



* In the Graphic Novel "Amulet" there is one town, that is cursed. The longer people stay there they gradually transform into anthropomorphic animals. Though Leon was turned into a fox, as was his father. So it seems the spell has some bizarre connection to genetics.



** In "Asylum of the Daleks", there is a Dalek Prison planet orbiting Skaro, which has some sort of nanobot-virus on the surface, that anyone who comes in contact will be transformed into a Dalek.

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** In "Asylum of the Daleks", there is a Dalek Prison planet orbiting Skaro, which has some sort of nanobot-virus on the surface, surface that turns anyone who comes in contact will be transformed into a Dalek.Dalek puppet.



* Fairyland, while sometimes just a version where you don't notice that time passes, sometimes make you forget that you have a life to return to.

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* Fairyland, while sometimes just a version where you don't notice that time passes, sometimes make makes you forget that you have a life to return to.



* The ''TabletopGame/{{TORG}}'' game had several parallel Earths invading "the real world", and each one had a tendency to warp the new inhabitants to the new rules of that domain. Player characters had the ability to resist this effect to some degree.
* [[TabletopGame/{{Planescape}} The old AD&D cosmology]] (previous to 4th Edition) featured the Outer Planes of Elysium (pure Good) and the Gray Waste of Hades (pure Evil). A non-outsider on Elysium experiences increasing joy and satisfaction while there and finally has to make a will saving throw or fall under the control of the plane, becoming a petitioner of Elysium. In Hades, a non-outsider experiences increasing apathy and despair : colors become grayer and less vivid, sounds duller, and the risk of entrapping is the same as in Elysium (albeit less nice).

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* The ''TabletopGame/{{TORG}}'' game had has several parallel Earths invading "the real world", and each one had has a tendency to warp the new inhabitants to the new rules of that domain. Player characters had have the ability to resist this effect to some degree.
* [[TabletopGame/{{Planescape}} The old AD&D cosmology]] (previous to 4th Edition) featured the Outer Planes of Elysium (pure Good) and the Gray Waste of Hades (pure Evil). A non-outsider on Elysium experiences increasing joy and satisfaction while there and finally has to make a will saving throw or fall under the control of the plane, becoming a petitioner of Elysium. In Hades, a non-outsider experiences increasing apathy and despair : despair: colors become grayer and less vivid, sounds duller, and the risk of entrapping is the same as in Elysium (albeit less nice).



** The Necropolis is more blunt: enter, and you die and become one of the Undead residents.
** From "Expedition to Castle Ravenloft", Sthrad has a connection to Barovia... literally. He gains supernatural powers on top of being a super-vampire from three fanes that makes him virtually impossible to kill.

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** The Necropolis is more blunt: enter, and you die and become one of the Undead residents.
** From "Expedition to Castle Ravenloft", Sthrad Strahd has a connection to Barovia... literally. He gains supernatural powers on top of being a super-vampire from three fanes that makes him virtually impossible to kill.



* Places with high radioactive contamination exists in the world, with unpleasant mental and physical effect.

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* Places with high radioactive contamination exists in the world, with unpleasant mental and physical effect.effects.



* Danbury, Connecticut also known as "[[MeaningfulName The Hat City]]" produced hats using a method involving mercury leading to [[http://digitalcommons.uconn.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1023&context=wracklines mercury poisoning in many of the workers and city folk involved.]] Fun fact, this led to Lewis Carroll's inspiration for a certain [[TheMadHatter hat wearing character himself.]]

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* Danbury, Connecticut Connecticut, also known as "[[MeaningfulName The Hat City]]" City]]", produced hats using a method involving mercury leading to [[http://digitalcommons.uconn.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1023&context=wracklines mercury poisoning in many of the workers and city folk involved.]] Fun fact, this led to Lewis Carroll's inspiration for a certain [[TheMadHatter hat wearing character himself.]]
26th Feb '17 4:55:58 PM nombretomado
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* The 2014 Sky Movies' "Step Into the Adventure" ad has a family becoming puppets in ''Film/MuppetsMostWanted'', given vaguely superheroic jackets in ''Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan2'', becoming minifigs in ''Film/TheLegoMovie'' and CGI toons in ''Disney/{{Frozen}}''. The later 2015 version didn't have the girl change when she entered live action films, but she still turned CGI for ''Disney/BigHero6''.

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* The 2014 Sky Movies' "Step Into the Adventure" ad has a family becoming puppets in ''Film/MuppetsMostWanted'', given vaguely superheroic jackets in ''Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan2'', becoming minifigs in ''Film/TheLegoMovie'' ''WesternAnimation/TheLegoMovie'' and CGI toons in ''Disney/{{Frozen}}''. The later 2015 version didn't have the girl change when she entered live action films, but she still turned CGI for ''Disney/BigHero6''.
20th Feb '17 11:13:54 AM BattleMaster
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* The way a country is run, sometimes exclusively because of its leader such as in a dictatorship, can affect the people living there as well, for better or worse: in a state with abundant resources because of excellent management, the people will usually be in better health and more accepting of outsiders, whereas in poorly-run countries there might be mass famines and disease because no one has easy access to food and medicine

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* The way a country is run, sometimes exclusively because of its leader such as in a dictatorship, can affect the people living there as well, for better or worse: in a state with abundant resources because of excellent management, the people will usually be in better health and more accepting of outsiders, whereas in poorly-run countries there might be mass famines and disease because no one has easy access to food and medicinemedicine.
* In the days of leaded gasoline, living in particularly smoggy places such as Los Angeles had some actual behavioral effects as the chronic exposure to lead could lead to increased aggression and memory loss.
11th Jan '17 11:31:19 PM HotelCalifornia
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* The way a country is run, sometimes exclusively because of its leader such as in a dictatorship, can affect the people living there as well, for better or worse: in a state with abundant resources because of excellent management, the people will usually be in better health and more accepting of outsiders, whereas in poorly-run countries there might be mass famines and disease because no one has easy access to food and medicine. [[Main/RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment It's probably best to leave it at that.]]

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* The way a country is run, sometimes exclusively because of its leader such as in a dictatorship, can affect the people living there as well, for better or worse: in a state with abundant resources because of excellent management, the people will usually be in better health and more accepting of outsiders, whereas in poorly-run countries there might be mass famines and disease because no one has easy access to food and medicine. [[Main/RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment It's probably best to leave it at that.]]medicine
4th Jan '17 7:58:59 PM Emperor_Oshron
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* The way a country is run, sometimes exclusively because of its leader such as in a dictatorship, can affect the people living there as well, for better or worse: in a state with abundant resources because of excellent management, the people will usually be in better health and more accepting of outsiders, whereas in poorly-run countries there might be mass famines and disease because no one has easy access to food and medicine. [[Main/RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment It's probably best to leave it at that.]]
31st Dec '16 12:32:30 PM nombretomado
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** Other settings that don't use the standard cosmology may also include planes or regions with the "entrapping" trait of Elysium and Hades (like Dolurrh in {{Eberron}}).

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** Other settings that don't use the standard cosmology may also include planes or regions with the "entrapping" trait of Elysium and Hades (like Dolurrh in {{Eberron}}).TabletopGame/{{Eberron}}).
10th Dec '16 2:07:58 PM eroock
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Compare FisherKing, in which the land changes to reflect its ruler (and/or vice versa). Also compare MediumShiftGag.

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Compare FisherKing, in which the land changes to reflect its ruler (and/or vice versa). Also compare MediumShiftGag.
MediumShiftGag. Contrast MorphicResonance.
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