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11th Dec '17 5:19:18 AM jormis29
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* In ''Princess Holy Aura'' by Creator/RykESpoor, the protagonist starts off as a late 20-something adult male, who - owing to the nature of the powers - needs to turn into a 15-year-old girl to utilize them. In order to maintain TheMasquerade, he starts needing to use that form in everyday life, too.

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* In ''Princess Holy Aura'' by Creator/RykESpoor, the The protagonist of ''Literature/PrincessHolyAura'' starts off as a late 20-something adult male, who - owing to the nature of the powers - needs to turn into a 15-year-old girl to utilize them. In order to maintain TheMasquerade, he starts needing to use that form in everyday life, too.
13th Nov '17 3:34:57 PM Schismatism
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* In ''Princess Holy Aura'' by Creator/RykESpoor, the protagonist starts off as a late 20-something adult male, who - owing to the nature of the powers - needs to turn into a 15-year-old girl to utilize them. In order to maintain TheMasquerade, he starts needing to use that form in everyday life, too.
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5th Sep '17 7:44:36 AM TheKingsRaven
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* This is a possibility in the NWOD fan game ''TabletopGame/PrincessTheHopeful''. However, this is not necessarily a source of embarassent, since the transformed state is often an idealized version of the person in question. However, they can't just stay transformed permanently because most Nobles don't have that as an option (and the ones that do use the magic that drives them insane).

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* This is a possibility in the NWOD fan game ''TabletopGame/PrincessTheHopeful''. However, this is not necessarily a source of embarassent, since the transformed state is often an idealized version of the person in question.question, so any Princess who gender bends when transforming is probably a {{Transsexual}} in the first place. However, they can't just stay transformed permanently because most Nobles don't have that as an option (and the ones that do use the magic that drives them insane).
2nd Aug '17 1:18:10 PM Teabone
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** It does ''somewhat'' bother him, which ends up being pointed out when he notices every subsequent spell he gets seems to involve making him female for some reason. Ellen theorizes the original "become a superheroine" spell was influnced by external factors to specify "female", that he's not really fine with this, and that all of his subsequent spells are at some level attempts to correct the initial mistake... but get stuck on the "turn female" part and thus doomed to failure because changing gender still bothers him. However, as of April 2016, he is showing signs of liking the tansformation magic, so that might lead to new spells later in the year.

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** It does ''somewhat'' bother him, which ends up being pointed out when he notices every subsequent spell he gets seems to involve making him female for some reason. Ellen Tedd theorizes the original "become a superheroine" spell was influnced by external factors to specify "female", that he's not really fine with this, and that all of his subsequent spells are at some level attempts to correct the initial mistake... but get stuck on the "turn female" part and thus doomed to failure because changing gender still bothers him. However, as of April 2016, he is showing signs of liking the tansformation magic, so that might lead to new spells later in the year.
3rd Jun '17 6:39:55 PM Adbot
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* ''[[VisualNovel/MaxsBigBustACaptainNekoraiTale Max's Big Bust: A Captain Nekorai Tale]]'' has its' [[VisualPun tit]]ular character Max changed from a man into a particularly buxom woman near the beginning of the story, and later on its' discovered he has electrical powers as well. Two other characters ([[spoiler: Amber and Holly]]) get given their own elemental powers later on when they also get turned into similarly buxom women, but they do not count for this trope as both were already female.

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* ''[[VisualNovel/MaxsBigBustACaptainNekoraiTale Max's Big Bust: A Captain Nekorai Tale]]'' has its' [[VisualPun tit]]ular character Max changed from a man into a particularly buxom woman near the beginning of the story, and later on its' discovered he s/he has electrical powers as well. Two other characters ([[spoiler: Amber ([[spoiler:Amber and Holly]]) get given their own elemental powers later on when they also get turned into similarly buxom women, but they do not count for this trope as both were already female.
3rd Jun '17 6:39:24 PM Adbot
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* ''[[VisualNovel/MaxsBigBustACaptainNekoraiTale Max's Big Bust: A Captain Nekorai Tale]] has its' [[VisualPun tit]]ular character Max changed from a man into a particularly buxom woman near the beginning of the story, and later on its' discovered he has electrical powers as well. Two other characters ([[spoiler: Amber and Holly]]) get given their own elemental powers later on when they also get turned into similarly buxom women, but they do not count for this trope as both were already female.

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* ''[[VisualNovel/MaxsBigBustACaptainNekoraiTale Max's Big Bust: A Captain Nekorai Tale]] Tale]]'' has its' [[VisualPun tit]]ular character Max changed from a man into a particularly buxom woman near the beginning of the story, and later on its' discovered he has electrical powers as well. Two other characters ([[spoiler: Amber and Holly]]) get given their own elemental powers later on when they also get turned into similarly buxom women, but they do not count for this trope as both were already female.
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3rd Jun '17 6:39:04 PM Adbot
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* ''[[VisualNovel/MaxsBigBustACaptainNekoraiTale Max's Big Bust: A Captain Nekorai Tale]] has its' [[VisualPun tit]]ular character Max changed from a man into a particularly buxom woman near the beginning of the story, and later on its' discovered he has electrical powers as well. Two other characters ([[spoiler: Amber and Holly]]) get given their own elemental powers later on when they also get turned into similarly buxom women, but they do not count for this trope as both were already female.
27th Apr '17 5:02:47 PM Sammettik
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* ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime's'' Sheik is either this or SweetPollyOliver, as it is unclear whether "Sheik" is simply a SecretIdentity assumed by [[spoiler: Princess Zelda]] or an actual physical transformation. Sheik is masked and covered from head to toe, but also possesses a boyish physique.
10th Apr '17 3:54:32 PM Malady
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* ''[[WhateleyUniverse Whateley Academy]]'' has this as a central premise -- in the [[TheVerse WhateleyVerse]], mutants have about a 1 in 3 to 1 in 6 chance of being Exemplars, and thus having what's called a BIT -- Body Image Template. Long story short, these mutants have an idealized shape they associate with themselves, which can be just about anything -- including the "wrong" gender. The majority of the stories revolve around a clique of students who had their [[GenderBender genders changed]] during their origin stories, and are part of Poe Cottage -- a dorm designed to hide this fact (as well as other LGBI students) from the study body at large.

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* ''[[WhateleyUniverse Whateley Academy]]'' has this as ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse'': It's a central premise -- in the [[TheVerse WhateleyVerse]], TheVerse, mutants have about a 1 in 3 to 1 in 6 chance of being Exemplars, and thus having what's called a BIT -- Body Image Template. Long story short, in Generation 1, these mutants have an idealized shape they associate with themselves, which can be just about anything -- including the "wrong" gender. The majority of the stories revolve around a clique of students who had their [[GenderBender genders changed]] a GenderBender during their origin stories, and are part of Poe Cottage -- a dorm designed to hide this fact (as well as other LGBI students) from the study body at large.
13th Mar '17 9:09:21 AM Cortez
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* The HERO Dial in ''ComicBook/DialHForHero'' will, very rarely, turn a man into a female hero or a woman into a male hero; in the case of "Shocking Suzi", formerly Joe, he lost the dial before he could turn back and remained a superpowered woman for the rest of his life.

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* The HERO Dial in ''ComicBook/DialHForHero'' will, very rarely, turn a man into a female hero or a woman into a male hero; in the case of "Shocking Suzi", formerly Joe, he lost the dial before he could turn back and remained a superpowered woman for the rest of his life. Though he was also slowly losing his powers, meaning he'd eventually be just a regular woman.
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