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28th Nov '16 5:40:06 PM piazza
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* All the main characters in ''Webcomic/{{Deities}}'' eventually take on a human form, even God who is reluctant to at first.
24th Nov '16 9:39:51 AM nombretomado
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* A short-lived '90s cartoon based on the movie ''AttackOfTheKillerTomatoes'' in which one of the main characters was a female tomato who could be turned into a teenage female human by sneezing. Sneezing also turned her back into a tomato. ItMakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext.

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* A short-lived '90s cartoon based on the movie ''AttackOfTheKillerTomatoes'' ''WesternAnimation/AttackOfTheKillerTomatoes'' in which one of the main characters was a female tomato who could be turned into a teenage female human by sneezing. Sneezing also turned her back into a tomato. ItMakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext.
17th Nov '16 6:30:34 PM M84
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* In ''Videogame/{{DiabloIII}}'', an angel [[spoiler:Tyrael]] becomes human after tearing off his own wings.
19th Sep '16 8:43:22 PM PaulA
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* In ''[[Literature/IncarnationsOfImmortality On a Pale Horse]]'', to grant a client's last request for a good story, {{Death}} tells a story about a whale who gets transformed into a woman. She falls in love with a man, but gets disgusted when she finds out he's a whaler. Her lover tries to explain that whale meat is the village's main source of food, but she dumps him and returns to the sea. [[spoiler: However, she eventually meets a whale who is really a transformed ''squid''. He is trying to investigate why whales hunt his kind. She tries to explain that squid are the whale's main source of food, then realizes that humans and whales are NotSoDifferent. She returns to human form, reconciles with her lover, and they get married, presumably HappilyEverAfter.]]

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* In ''[[Literature/IncarnationsOfImmortality On a Pale Horse]]'', ''Literature/OnAPaleHorse'', to grant a client's last request for a good story, {{Death}} TheGrimReaper tells a story about a whale who gets transformed into a woman. She falls in love with a man, but gets disgusted when she finds out he's a whaler. Her lover tries to explain that whale meat is the village's main source of food, but she dumps him and returns to the sea. [[spoiler: However, [[spoiler:However, she eventually meets a whale who is really a transformed ''squid''. He is trying to investigate why whales hunt his kind. She tries to explain that squid are the whale's main source of food, then realizes that humans and whales are NotSoDifferent. She returns to human form, reconciles with her lover, and they get married, presumably HappilyEverAfter.]]
21st Aug '16 12:26:00 PM BulletproofLlama
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* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987'', Michaelangelo becomes a human after eating some mutagenic cookies.
** In the San Diego Comic Con-exclusive short Pizza Friday, the Turtles use a cloaking device Donnie invented to take on human disguises, which they use to enter April's school to enjoy the cafeteria's pizza, much to April's embarrassment.
21st Aug '16 11:31:25 AM ReaderAt2046
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* Trixie accidentally manages to turn Lyra into a human in ''[[FanFic/RainbowDoubleDashsLunaverse Helping...Hands?]]. Trixie thought the spell was supposed to turn Lyra into a zebra, but unbeknownst to her the spellbook had been very badly mislabeled. Unlike in most fanon portrayals, Lyra does ''not'' enjoy it (and notably doesn't know what it is she's been turned into, settling on "naked bear"). In addition, the fact that the spellbook was badly mislabeled makes it very hard to turn her back, as while they know that there is a counterspell, they don't know which spell it is.

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* Trixie accidentally manages to turn Lyra into a human in ''[[FanFic/RainbowDoubleDashsLunaverse Helping...Hands?]].Hands?]]''. Trixie thought the spell was supposed to turn Lyra into a zebra, but unbeknownst to her the spellbook had been very badly mislabeled. Unlike in most fanon portrayals, Lyra does ''not'' enjoy it (and notably doesn't know what it is she's been turned into, settling on "naked bear"). In addition, the fact that the spellbook was badly mislabeled makes it very hard to turn her back, as while they know that there is a counterspell, they don't know which spell it is.
18th Aug '16 11:31:19 AM Emperor_Oshron
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** And then there's a half-way example in "Daleks in Manhattan" where, in the 1930s, Dalek Sec absorbs a human ally and becomes the first Human-Dalek. Admittedly, he doesn't really ''look'' like a human except for having arms and legs--he still has Dalek tentacles and the single eye on his new head--but his worldly perspective becomes more and more human during the rest of the arc, to the point that he begins to consider the Dalek's creator Davros to have been wrong and wants to help and be helped by the Daleks' sworn enemy, the Doctor himself. [[spoiler: Unfortunately, this ends up getting him killed by the other Daleks as a heretic, possibly sacrificing himself to save the Doctor from the others.]]
18th Aug '16 11:16:01 AM Emperor_Oshron
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* Every human-appearing character in ''Anime/SpiritedAway'', except Chihiro and her parents. If some of them look human-like, it's only because it's a matter of convenience. This, of course, make sense, since Japanese folklore is rife with this.

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* Every human-appearing character in ''Anime/SpiritedAway'', except Chihiro and her parents. If some of them look human-like, it's only because it's a matter of convenience. This, of course, make sense, since Japanese folklore is rife with this. Most of them are actually frogs (the men) or slugs (the women) while Lin is a weasel, Haku is a dragon, and Yubaba is a crow.



* "WesternAnimation/TheLastUnicorn", the titular Unicorn is turned into a human girl in the mid point of the movie. The rest of the story deals with the consequences of her understanding her newly acquired humanity.

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* "WesternAnimation/TheLastUnicorn", the titular Unicorn is turned into a human girl in the mid point of the movie. The rest of the story deals with the consequences of her understanding her newly acquired humanity. By the climax, she considers herself more human than unicorn.
29th Jul '16 12:30:38 PM ReaderAt2046
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* Trixie accidentally manages to turn Lyra into a human in ''[[FanFic/RainbowDoubleDashsLunaverse Helping...Hands?]]. Trixie thought the spell was supposed to turn Lyra into a zebra, but unbeknownst to her the spellbook had been very badly mislabeled. Unlike in most fanon portrayals, Lyra does ''not'' enjoy it (and notably doesn't know what it is she's been turned into, settling on "naked bear"). In addition, the fact that the spellbook was badly mislabeled makes it very hard to turn her back, as while they know that there is a counterspell, they don't know which spell it is.
4th Jun '16 5:30:28 PM DeisTheAlcano
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** In Creator/AlanDeanFoster's ''Literature/{{Spellsinger}}'', turtle wizard Clothahump coerces Mudge the otter into assisting Jon-tom by threatening to transform Mudge into a human if he refuses. In ''Paths of the Perambulator'', in the same series, Jon-tom's animal companions are all unwillingly transformed into humans by a surge of wild magic, and [[spoiler: he has to play Rick Springfield's ''Human Touch'' backwards to change them back]]. Also played for ironic laughs as Clothahump announces this as the "Worst transformation yet" (With everyone besides Jon-Tom agreeing) despite they had already been turned into giant Crabs, Giant Caterpillers, [[GenderBender Switching Genders]] and turning into literal viruses only to temporarily catch said diseases afterwards.

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** In Creator/AlanDeanFoster's ''Literature/{{Spellsinger}}'', turtle wizard Clothahump coerces Mudge the otter into assisting Jon-tom by threatening to transform Mudge into a human if he refuses. In ''Paths of the Perambulator'', in the same series, Jon-tom's animal companions are all unwillingly transformed into humans by a surge of wild magic, and [[spoiler: he [[spoiler:he has to play Rick Springfield's ''Human Touch'' backwards to change them back]]. Also played for ironic laughs as Clothahump announces this as the "Worst transformation yet" (With everyone besides Jon-Tom agreeing) despite they had already been turned into giant Crabs, Giant Caterpillers, [[GenderBender Switching Genders]] and turning into literal viruses only to temporarily catch said diseases afterwards.



--> '''Leela:''' Bender, you drank and smoked when you were a robot.
--> '''Bender:''' Yeah, but now it's bad for me!

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--> '''Leela:''' -->'''Leela:''' Bender, you drank and smoked when you were a robot.
--> '''Bender:''' ''Bender:''' Yeah, but now it's bad for me!
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