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21st Jun '17 1:34:15 PM fruitstripegum
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* In ''Literature/WorldsOfPower'', Dr. Light accidentally turns Franchise/MegaMan into a human while running him through a duplicating machine.
17th Jun '17 7:55:24 AM fruitstripegum
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* Mink's goal throughout ''Manga/DragonHalf'' is getting her hands on the magical People Potion and becoming pure human as opposed to a HalfHumanHybrid. In the end, [[spoiler: this trope happens to elf-girl Lufa, when Mink gives her the potion in order to restore her after she's turned into a toad]].
11th Jun '17 3:03:54 PM nombretomado
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* One story in Phil Foglio's ''XXXenophile'' involved a witch who had accidentally cast a lust spell on herself. She summoned her patron god, Cernunnos, to, ah, scratch her itch, but even the randy deity can't satisfy her. It turns out her ([[TalkingAnimal sentient]]) cat familiar accidentally dumped a spoonful of a love potion she was making for someone else into something she was drinking. The spell could only be broken by playing with whoever had given her the potion. So Cernunnos turns the cat into a human and had him join in, after which the witch's familiar became the witch's fiance. The cat enjoys being a man-- but also thinks opposable thumbs are overrated and, after the witch declares her love for him, asks "Will you still feed me?"

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* One story in Phil Foglio's ''XXXenophile'' ''ComicBook/XXXenophile'' involved a witch who had accidentally cast a lust spell on herself. She summoned her patron god, Cernunnos, to, ah, scratch her itch, but even the randy deity can't satisfy her. It turns out her ([[TalkingAnimal sentient]]) cat familiar accidentally dumped a spoonful of a love potion she was making for someone else into something she was drinking. The spell could only be broken by playing with whoever had given her the potion. So Cernunnos turns the cat into a human and had him join in, after which the witch's familiar became the witch's fiance. The cat enjoys being a man-- but also thinks opposable thumbs are overrated and, after the witch declares her love for him, asks "Will you still feed me?"
26th May '17 8:11:54 AM fruitstripegum
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* This trope is the premise behind ''DNA wa Oshiete Kurenai'' - animals all over the world have suddenly transformed into cute young girls with animal attributes, and they attend a research and training facility where they learn about humans.
25th May '17 2:38:16 PM fruitstripegum
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/SuperLittleFantaHeroes'' retelling of Literature/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame, Djali is turned into a human girl so that Pierre Gringoire can marry her. [[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer Yes, really]].
19th May '17 2:32:03 PM fruitstripegum
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* In ''Series/FridayThe13thTheSeries'', one man uses an artifact to turn his dog into a wife (his real wife is [[{{Animorphism}} turned into a dog]]).
1st May '17 10:19:26 PM nombretomado
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheTransformers'', the episode "Only Human" involves Springer, Rodimus Prime, Ultra Magnus, and Arcee having their minds put into synthoid human forms by the villainous Victor Drath (with the help of the suspiciously familiar [[GIJoe Old Snake]]). While they were "created" with white t-shirts and boxers, by strong coincidence they managed to find clothing that corresponded to their paint scheme hanging on four hooks inside an empty warehouse.
** An awkward section of this episode featured Rodimus being invited into Michelle's house followed by a fade to black. The next Rodimus-based scene is set the next morning, when Michelle betrays him to her boyfriend Drath. It's not completely clear [[DidTheyOrDidntThey what went on that night]], but [[ShapeshiftingSquick Rodimus seemed very uncomfortable with it]].
** An earlier episode involves Seaspray falling in love with a human-like alien woman, resulting in his entering a magical pool in order to become a "human" man (however, he keeps his metal feet and his 'bubbly' voice"). The alien woman later uses the pool to become a robot.
** ''TransformersAnimated'' appears to pay tribute to this episode with the two-parter "Human Error", which starts with the Autobots partying it up on Christmas Eve and going to sleep/"stasis", and then Optimus Prime waking up and finding himself--and all the other Autobots--in human form. This turns out to be a [[LotusEaterMachine Decepticon plot]] to demoralize them into changing sides. It doesn't work. They get to indulge their [[SenseFreak curiousity]] about food, Optimus appreciates humanity better after trying to manually drive the fire truck, and Prowl figures out the VR world and uses it to gain [[Film/TheMatrix Matrix]]-like power to help them return to their robot forms.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheTransformers'', the ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'':
** ''WesternAnimation/TheTransformers'':
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episode "Only Human" involves Springer, Rodimus Prime, Ultra Magnus, and Arcee having their minds put into synthoid human forms by the villainous Victor Drath (with the help of the suspiciously familiar [[GIJoe Old Snake]]). While they were "created" with white t-shirts and boxers, by strong coincidence they managed to find clothing that corresponded to their paint scheme hanging on four hooks inside an empty warehouse.
** *** An awkward section of this episode featured Rodimus being invited into Michelle's house followed by a fade to black. The next Rodimus-based scene is set the next morning, when Michelle betrays him to her boyfriend Drath. It's not completely clear [[DidTheyOrDidntThey what went on that night]], but [[ShapeshiftingSquick Rodimus seemed very uncomfortable with it]].
** *** An earlier episode involves Seaspray falling in love with a human-like alien woman, resulting in his entering a magical pool in order to become a "human" man (however, he keeps his metal feet and his 'bubbly' voice"). The alien woman later uses the pool to become a robot.
** ''TransformersAnimated'' ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'' appears to pay tribute to this episode with the two-parter "Human Error", which starts with the Autobots partying it up on Christmas Eve and going to sleep/"stasis", and then Optimus Prime waking up and finding himself--and all the other Autobots--in human form. This turns out to be a [[LotusEaterMachine Decepticon plot]] to demoralize them into changing sides. It doesn't work. They get to indulge their [[SenseFreak curiousity]] about food, Optimus appreciates humanity better after trying to manually drive the fire truck, and Prowl figures out the VR world and uses it to gain [[Film/TheMatrix Matrix]]-like power to help them return to their robot forms.
1st May '17 1:04:07 PM fruitstripegum
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* In ''FanFic/AGoddessComesToCall'', Mara breaks the cardinal rule of Hell by granting a wish without getting anything in exchange, and is turned into a human woman for the span of a human lifetime as punishment. Since this means she gets to be with Sylia, it also qualifies as an {{Unishment}}.
29th Apr '17 11:09:29 AM ultimomant
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* ''WesternAnimation/SheRaPrincessOfPower'': In "Enemy With My Face", the Melog is a creature of mud and rock that can [[PowerCopying take on the traits of whoever it touches]]. She touched She-Ra, gaining her strength, but also her personality, eventually leading to a HeelFaceTurn. She-Ra was able to use the magic of her sword to turn the Melog into a human girl.
25th Apr '17 10:39:49 PM PaulA
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** In his other boot ''Kingdoms of Light'' the familiars of a fallen wizard are transformed into humans and forced to cross a weird dimension that represents the land of light (in the form of a huge rainbow) in order to bring back the power of light to a now darkly colored world. Needless to say with a snake, two cats, a dog, and a bird all turned human with a sudden realization of human feelings and emotions things get a little... odd.

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** * In his other boot Creator/AlanDeanFoster's ''Kingdoms of Light'' the familiars of a fallen wizard are transformed into humans and forced to cross a weird dimension that represents the land of light (in the form of a huge rainbow) in order to bring back the power of light to a now darkly colored world. Needless to say with a snake, two cats, a dog, and a bird all turned human with a sudden realization of human feelings and emotions things get a little... odd.
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