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* ''Manga/SgtFrog'': To date, Sumomo, Pururu, and Miruru can all take on human form. It's suggested that this is a uniquely female privilege -- or maybe [[{{Fanservice}} another excuse to draw cute human girls]]...
** In Pururu's case, it's actually a Class A Pekopon suit only usable by Class A invaders, while the Keroro platoon is considered class F. Although never directly shown in the anime, it's actually a mechanical suit that has hidden rocket boosters around its body in the manga.
9th Jul '16 2:38:38 PM nombretomado
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* ''Franchise/{{Bionicle}}'' has quite a few. One example is Krahka, a Rahi who can transform, perfectly imitate and even gain some memories of any living thing she sees. Another example is the Makuta, a race of evil beings, one of which is the BigBad, that are [[spoiler:made of energy]] and have shapeshifting armor.

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* ''Franchise/{{Bionicle}}'' ''Toys/{{Bionicle}}'' has quite a few. One example is Krahka, a Rahi who can transform, perfectly imitate and even gain some memories of any living thing she sees. Another example is the Makuta, a race of evil beings, one of which is the BigBad, that are [[spoiler:made of energy]] and have shapeshifting armor.
3rd Jul '16 10:34:00 AM FoolsEditAccount
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* This is the central mechanic of ''VideoGame/JimmyAndThePulsatingMass''. Jimmy is such an empathetic person that by imagining what it's like to be certain enemies, he can transform into them, altering his stats and giving him different abilities.
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* Heisenberg in ''Westernanimation/{{Phantom 2040}}'' is a collections of billions of [[{{nanotechnology}} microscopic]] fractal biots whose control module accidentally gained self-awareness. He can take any form, and even change colours at will, but his external 'brain' is rigid and must be kept close (which usually means surrounded by his 'body').
23rd Jun '16 5:59:01 AM rafi
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* In ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'', Jake the Dog can alter just about every aspect of his physical being except for his coloring and in one episode he was even able to get around this limitation to pretend that part of himself was an ''entirely different person''. One of his children, Jake Jr., has a lesser version of this power which is limited to her hair. Jake inherited this power from an alien shapeshifter who [[FaceFullOfAlienWingWong implanted an egg]] in Jake's dad Joshua's head, which resulted in Jake's birth.
* D.U.F.U.S., Dr. Quark's robot from the ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog'' episode, "Robotnik's Rival" has this ability. At one point in the episode, he uses this ability to transform into Sonic and Tails and trick Robotnik and Quark when the real Sonic and Tails escape from Robotnik's dungeon. He feels guilty about tricking his master afterwards.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'' has Clayton and [[spoiler:Penny]]. The former can take whatever form he wants because he's made out of clay. The latter's transformations are based on [[PsychoactivePowers her emotions]].
* To a very limited extent, Meatwad from ''WesternAnimation/AquaTeenHungerForce''. He can form a hotdog (made out of meat), or an igloo (made out of meat). Occasionally he takes other forms (meat bridge, Samurai Lincoln).
** And in TheMovie an office park complex.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Beetlejuice}}'', as with his film version.



* Aku from ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'', who even refers to himself as "the shape-shifting Master of Darkness". Luckily, he never got the hang of changing his color-motif along with his shape.

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* Aku The Catatonian Bounty Hunters in the 2006 revival of ''WesternAnimation/BikerMiceFromMars'' are shapeshifters as demonstrated in "Once Upon a Time on Earth Parts 1-3."
* Klone
from ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'', who ''WesternAnimation/{{Blackstar}}'' is a rare example of a good-aligned shapeshifter, using his powers to combat the forces of evil and once to even refers to himself as "the shape-shifting Master of Darkness". Luckily, he never got sneak into the hang BigBad's hideout.
* The Fleeblebroxians from the ''WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers'' episode "Dale Beside Himself" can shapeshift into whatever they want to. One
of changing his color-motif along with his shape.them spends half of the episode as a Dale {{Doppelganger}}.
%%* The Polymorphic Specters from ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko''.
%%* Courage from ''WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog''.
* Two episodes of ''WesternAnimation/ExoSquad'' featured a Neosapien who was transformed into a [[BlobMonster blobish creature]] that could shapeshift by Automutation Syndrome and medical experiments.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'' has mainly all of the fairies in fairyworld who can shapeshift at will due to their magic powers. Cosmo and Wanda can also do this -- except in one episode where Cosmo's fagiggly gland acted up causing [[InvoluntaryShapeshifter just the opposite]] to happen to him.



* Technically, Franchise/{{Transformers}}, [[WesternAnimation/ChallengeOfTheGoBots GoBots]] and other TransformingMecha: one or a few "alt-modes", usually turning into a vehicle or an animal.
** Worth noting is that the Franchise/{{Transformers}}, at least, tend to choose new alt modes to blend in with new surroundings.
** A special mention goes to [[spoiler:Shockwave]] from ''TransformersAnimated'', who has the ability to [[spoiler:disguise himself/shape-change into another robot form, going under the alias 'Longarm Prime'.]]

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* Technically, Franchise/{{Transformers}}, [[WesternAnimation/ChallengeOfTheGoBots GoBots]] and other TransformingMecha: one or a few "alt-modes", usually turning into a vehicle or an animal.
** Worth noting is that the Franchise/{{Transformers}}, at least, tend to choose new alt modes to blend in with new surroundings.
** A special mention goes to [[spoiler:Shockwave]]
Every member of Oberon's Children from ''TransformersAnimated'', who has the ability to [[spoiler:disguise himself/shape-change into ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}'' is a Shapeshifter. Heck, "changeling" was another robot form, going under name for them used by the alias 'Longarm Prime'.]]title characters.
* The shapeshifter experiment from the ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' episode "[[Recap/GravityFallsS2E2IntoTheBunker Into the Bunker]]".
%%* Nergal Jr from ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy''.



* Morph by Aardman, the creators of ''Franchise/WallaceAndGromit''. Those skits aired on Nickelodeon during the 90's.
** Originally part of the ''Take Hart'' art show hosted by Tony Hart.
* There was shapeshifting of the "aquatic" kind in the 80's cartoon ''[[WesternAnimation/TheComicStrip Tiger Sharks]]''. The main characters could turn into human-fish hybrids when they entered the fish tank.
* The Wondertwins of ''WesternAnimation/SuperFriends''. They even had [[ByThePowerOfGreyskull catchphrases for their transformations]] too!
** Played with in an older Creator/CartoonNetwork commercial. Zan and Jana are there to present to the child viewers the difference between real and imaginary scenarios, but the PSA is cut just short of revealing their "simple phrase" when Zan realizes (and begins complaining about) how he's always turning into something water-related, regardless of the situation at hand.
** In one ''WesternAnimation/HarveyBirdmanAttorneyAtLaw'' episode, Zan could vouch for Franchise/WonderWoman's whereabouts because he was her bathwater at the time.
* The Catatonian Bounty Hunters in the 2006 revival of ''WesternAnimation/BikerMiceFromMars'' are shapeshifters as demonstrated in "Once Upon a Time on Earth Parts 1-3."
* To a very limited extent, Meatwad from ''WesternAnimation/AquaTeenHungerForce''. He can form a hotdog (made out of meat), or an igloo (made out of meat). Occasionally he takes other forms (meat bridge, Samurai Lincoln).
** And in TheMovie an office park complex.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'' has mainly all of the fairies in fairyworld who can shapeshift at will due to their magic powers. Cosmo and Wanda can also do this -- except in one episode where Cosmo's fagiggly gland acted up causing [[InvoluntaryShapeshifter just the opposite]] to happen to him.
* Nergal Jr from ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy''.
* Courage from ''WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog''.

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* Morph by Aardman, the creators of ''Franchise/WallaceAndGromit''. Those skits aired on Nickelodeon during the 90's.
** Originally part of the ''Take Hart'' art show hosted by Tony Hart.
* There was shapeshifting of the "aquatic" kind in the 80's cartoon ''[[WesternAnimation/TheComicStrip Tiger Sharks]]''.
''WesternAnimation/TheHerculoids'' episode "The Mutoids". The main title characters could turn can assume the form of any humanoid or change themselves into human-fish hybrids when they entered solid rock.
* Jacklyn from ''WesternAnimation/{{Igor}}'' pulls this off using special pills.
* According to WordOfGod, Heloise on ''WesternAnimation/JimmyTwoShoes'' is "a bit of a shapeshifter". Exactly what this implies is vague, but it certainly [[InformedAbility isn't used very obviously on
the fish tank.
* The Wondertwins of ''WesternAnimation/SuperFriends''. They even had [[ByThePowerOfGreyskull catchphrases for their transformations]] too!
show]].
** Played with in an older Creator/CartoonNetwork commercial. Zan and Jana are there to present to the child viewers the difference between real and imaginary scenarios, but the PSA is cut "The Hooded Chicken" reveals that it's just short of revealing their "simple phrase" when Zan realizes (and begins complaining about) how he's always turning into something water-related, regardless of the situation at hand.
** In one ''WesternAnimation/HarveyBirdmanAttorneyAtLaw'' episode, Zan could vouch for Franchise/WonderWoman's whereabouts because he was
her bathwater at the time.
feet. Whenever she ''has'' feet, that is.
* The Catatonian Bounty Hunters [[PunnyName Camille Leon]] in the 2006 revival of ''WesternAnimation/BikerMiceFromMars'' are shapeshifters as demonstrated in "Once Upon a Time on Earth Parts 1-3."
* To a very limited extent, Meatwad from ''WesternAnimation/AquaTeenHungerForce''. He
''WesternAnimation/KimPossible''. Via an experimental plastic surgery she can form a hotdog (made out of meat), or an igloo (made out of meat). Occasionally he takes other forms (meat bridge, Samurai Lincoln).
** And in TheMovie an office park complex.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'' has mainly all of the fairies in fairyworld who can shapeshift at will due to their magic powers. Cosmo and Wanda can also do this -- except in one episode where Cosmo's fagiggly gland acted up causing [[InvoluntaryShapeshifter just the opposite]] to happen to him.
* Nergal Jr from ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy''.
* Courage from ''WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog''.
look like any human being she wants.



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Beetlejuice}}'', as with his film version.
* ''TheSimpsons'' has had plenty of this. For more info see [[http://www.nohomers.net/showthread.php?t=69673 this link]].
* Chase Young in ''WesternAnimation/XiaolinShowdown''.
* The Polymorphic Specters from ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko''.
* Music/DavidBowie (yes, ''that'' [[NoCelebritiesWereHarmed David Bowie]]) has shapeshifting powers in ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'' world. In one scene he transforms into a bird and flies away, prompting Hank to comment that "the guy from ''Film/{{Labyrinth}}'' turned into a bird and flew away!" A later episode reveals that he's not ''actually'' David Bowie, but is a big enough fan that he likes using David Bowie's appearance.
* Ralph, The All Purpose Animal from ''WesternAnimation/TwiceUponATime''.
* The Fleeblebroxians from the ''WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers'' episode "Dale Beside Himself" can shapeshift into whatever they want to. One of them spends half of the episode as a Dale {{Doppelganger}}.
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'', the kids are captured by aliens. Their leader is a shapeshifter who initially takes the form of Stan's dad. The kids denounce this as stupid (a TakeThat against ''Film/{{Contact}}''), and he goes on to take a variety of forms ripped from pop culture, all of which the kids reject. Finally, he asks them what they want -- and they settle on "a taco...that craps ice cream", a form he [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments assumes for the remainder of the episode.]]
* Jacklyn from ''WesternAnimation/{{Igor}}'' pulls this off using special pills.
* Hordak, the main villain of ''WesternAnimation/SheRaPrincessOfPower'', uses cybernetics to transform either parts of or his whole body into different weapons and vehicles as he needed. Typically his transformations are all metal and some form of his face is present on the vehicle he turns into.
** Similarly, his sidekick Imp can change shapes as well, utilizing his abilities to spy on the Great Rebellion. He also doesn't have the same limitations as his master, able to conceal his features, and even his color scheme in a chosen form. (Interestingly he can also manifest his face on a shape if he wants to, allowing him to communicate with others.) His only limitation seems to be he can only become something that approximate his physical size (i.e. he cannot become a giant ''T. rex'' or shrink down to be a lethal virus).
* Every member of Oberon's Children from ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}'' is a Shapeshifter. Heck, "changeling" was another name for them used by the title characters.
* Klone from ''WesternAnimation/{{Blackstar}}'' is a rare example of a good-aligned shapeshifter, using his powers to combat the forces of evil and once to even sneak into the BigBad's hideout.
* Widget from the ''WesternAnimation/WidgetTheWorldWatcher'' series can shapeshift to pretty much anything as long as he isn't upside down.
* Two episodes of ''WesternAnimation/ExoSquad'' featured a Neosapien who was transformed into a [[BlobMonster blobish creature]] that could shapeshift by Automutation Syndrome and medical experiments.
* Beast Boy from ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'', of course, can change himself into [[{{Animorphism}} any animal that has ever lived]], earth-based or alien -- he just seems to need to know what it looks like. Madame Rouge, one of the main villains from the fifth season, however, puts him to shame, being able to transform into ''anything'', period, in addition to the ability to reform herself if killed. She's generally considered to be ''the'' deadliest one-on-one opponent in the show, barring the [[TheLegionsOfHell demon characters]].
* In the fourth season of ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'' there's the shapeshifter Duman, one of the Wizards of the Black circle, who can turn into creatures, other people, and even water. [[spoiler:Later on his powers became unstable, which eventually killed him]]. Oh, and Darcy can also turn into other people with her illusion powers. Professor Wizgiz at Alfea is the transformation teacher, and he can turn into various creatures.
* [[PunnyName Camille Leon]] in ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible''.
* Chameleon from ''WesternAnimation/TheMightyDucks''.
* The luchadores from ''WesternAnimation/MuchaLucha''. At first it seemed like it was just to illustrate their attacks, but it turned out they actually do this real time.



* According to WordOfGod, Heloise on ''WesternAnimation/JimmyTwoShoes'' is "a bit of a shapeshifter". Exactly what this implies is vague, but it certainly [[InformedAbility isn't used very obviously on the show]].
** "The Hooded Chicken" reveals that it's just her feet. Whenever she ''has'' feet, that is.
* Newton, the big humanoid newt from ''WesternAnimation/NedsNewt'', can turn into pretty much anyone and anything (as long as he is fed with the special "Zippo" food; when he's not, he's just an ordinary boring newt). He is fond of shortly turning into a random celebrity to provide a joke, but often also uses this for his {{Zany Scheme}}s.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheHerculoids'' episode "The Mutoids". The title characters can assume the form of any humanoid or change themselves into solid rock.
* Franchise/FantasticFour-like superhero ImagineSpot episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'' has this with Tommy able to shape-shift into animals.
* WesternAnimation/YamRoll and his mentor Katcho Miso can both transform into a variety of objects, along with possessing [[StockSuperpowers a slew of other special powers]].

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%%* Chameleon from ''WesternAnimation/TheMightyDucks''.
* According The luchadores from ''WesternAnimation/MuchaLucha''. At first it seemed like it was just to WordOfGod, Heloise on ''WesternAnimation/JimmyTwoShoes'' is "a bit of a shapeshifter". Exactly what this implies is vague, illustrate their attacks, but it certainly [[InformedAbility isn't used very obviously on the show]].
** "The Hooded Chicken" reveals that it's just her feet. Whenever she ''has'' feet, that is.
* Newton, the big humanoid newt from ''WesternAnimation/NedsNewt'', can turn into pretty much anyone and anything (as long as he is fed with the special "Zippo" food; when he's not, he's just an ordinary boring newt). He is fond of shortly turning into a random celebrity to provide a joke, but often also uses
turned out they actually do this for his {{Zany Scheme}}s.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheHerculoids'' episode "The Mutoids". The title characters can assume the form of any humanoid or change themselves into solid rock.
* Franchise/FantasticFour-like superhero ImagineSpot episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'' has this with Tommy able to shape-shift into animals.
* WesternAnimation/YamRoll and his mentor Katcho Miso can both transform into a variety of objects, along with possessing [[StockSuperpowers a slew of other special powers]].
real time.



* Replicon from ''WesternAnimation/SkysurferStrikeForce''.

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* Newton, the big humanoid newt from ''WesternAnimation/NedsNewt'', can turn into pretty much anyone and anything (as long as he is fed with the special "Zippo" food; when he's not, he's just an ordinary boring newt). He is fond of shortly turning into a random celebrity to provide a joke, but often also uses this for his {{Zany Scheme}}s.
* Franchise/FantasticFour-like superhero ImagineSpot episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'' has this with Tommy able to shape-shift into animals.
* Aku from ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'', who even refers to himself as "the shape-shifting Master of Darkness". Luckily, he never got the hang of changing his color-motif along with his shape.
* Hordak, the main villain of ''WesternAnimation/SheRaPrincessOfPower'', uses cybernetics to transform either parts of or his whole body into different weapons and vehicles as he needed. Typically his transformations are all metal and some form of his face is present on the vehicle he turns into.
** Similarly, his sidekick Imp can change shapes as well, utilizing his abilities to spy on the Great Rebellion. He also doesn't have the same limitations as his master, able to conceal his features, and even his color scheme in a chosen form. (Interestingly he can also manifest his face on a shape if he wants to, allowing him to communicate with others.) His only limitation seems to be he can only become something that approximate his physical size (i.e. he cannot become a giant ''T. rex'' or shrink down to be a lethal virus).
%%*
Replicon from ''WesternAnimation/SkysurferStrikeForce''.''WesternAnimation/SkysurferStrikeForce''.
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'', the kids are captured by aliens. Their leader is a shapeshifter who initially takes the form of Stan's dad. The kids denounce this as stupid (a TakeThat against ''Film/{{Contact}}''), and he goes on to take a variety of forms ripped from pop culture, all of which the kids reject. Finally, he asks them what they want -- and they settle on "a taco...that craps ice cream", a form he [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments assumes for the remainder of the episode.]]



* Gogo Dodo from ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' has this ability.
* D.U.F.U.S., Dr. Quark's robot from the ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog'' episode, "Robotnik's Rival" has this ability. At one point in the episode, he uses this ability to transform into Sonic and Tails and trick Robotnik and Quark when the real Sonic and Tails escape from Robotnik's dungeon. He feels guilty about tricking his master afterwards.
* The shapeshifter experiment from the ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' episode "[[Recap/GravityFallsS2E2IntoTheBunker Into the Bunker]]".
* In ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'', Jake the Dog can alter just about every aspect of his physical being except for his coloring and in one episode he was even able to get around this limitation to pretend that part of himself was an ''entirely different person''. One of his children, Jake Jr., has a lesser version of this power which is limited to her hair. Jake inherited this power from an alien shapeshifter who [[FaceFullOfAlienWingWong implanted an egg]] in Jake's dad Joshua's head, which resulted in Jake's birth.



* The Wondertwins of ''WesternAnimation/SuperFriends''. They even had [[ByThePowerOfGreyskull catchphrases for their transformations]] too!
** Played with in an older Creator/CartoonNetwork commercial. Zan and Jana are there to present to the child viewers the difference between real and imaginary scenarios, but the PSA is cut just short of revealing their "simple phrase" when Zan realizes (and begins complaining about) how he's always turning into something water-related, regardless of the situation at hand.
** In one ''WesternAnimation/HarveyBirdmanAttorneyAtLaw'' episode, Zan could vouch for Franchise/WonderWoman's whereabouts because he was her bathwater at the time.
* Beast Boy from ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'', of course, can change himself into [[{{Animorphism}} any animal that has ever lived]], earth-based or alien -- he just seems to need to know what it looks like. Madame Rouge, one of the main villains from the fifth season, however, puts him to shame, being able to transform into ''anything'', period, in addition to the ability to reform herself if killed. She's generally considered to be ''the'' deadliest one-on-one opponent in the show, barring the [[TheLegionsOfHell demon characters]].



* There was shapeshifting of the "aquatic" kind in the 80's cartoon ''[[WesternAnimation/TheComicStrip Tiger Sharks]]''. The main characters could turn into human-fish hybrids when they entered the fish tank.
* Gogo Dodo from ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' has this ability.
* Technically, Franchise/{{Transformers}}, [[WesternAnimation/ChallengeOfTheGoBots GoBots]] and other TransformingMecha: one or a few "alt-modes", usually turning into a vehicle or an animal.
** Worth noting is that the Franchise/{{Transformers}}, at least, tend to choose new alt modes to blend in with new surroundings.
** A special mention goes to [[spoiler:Shockwave]] from ''TransformersAnimated'', who has the ability to [[spoiler:disguise himself/shape-change into another robot form, going under the alias 'Longarm Prime'.]]
* Ralph, The All Purpose Animal from ''WesternAnimation/TwiceUponATime''.
* Music/DavidBowie (yes, ''that'' [[NoCelebritiesWereHarmed David Bowie]]) has shapeshifting powers in ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'' world. In one scene he transforms into a bird and flies away, prompting Hank to comment that "the guy from ''Film/{{Labyrinth}}'' turned into a bird and flew away!" A later episode reveals that he's not ''actually'' David Bowie, but is a big enough fan that he likes using David Bowie's appearance.



* ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'' has Clayton and [[spoiler:Penny]]. The former can take whatever form he wants because he's made out of clay. The latter's transformations are based on [[PsychoactivePowers her emotions]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'' has Clayton and [[spoiler:Penny]]. Morph by Aardman, the creators of ''Franchise/WallaceAndGromit''. Those skits aired on Nickelodeon during the 90's.
** Originally part of the ''Take Hart'' art show hosted by Tony Hart.
* Widget from the ''WesternAnimation/WidgetTheWorldWatcher'' series can shapeshift to pretty much anything as long as he isn't upside down.
* ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'':
**
The former can take whatever prof Wizgiz, as the professor of Metamorphosymbiosis, is able to shape shift his body into form he wants because he's made out requires.
** In the fourth season ofthere's the shapeshifter Duman, one
of clay. The latter's transformations are based the Wizards of the Black circle, who can turn into creatures, other people, and even water. [[spoiler:Later on [[PsychoactivePowers his powers became unstable, which eventually killed him]]. Oh, and Darcy can also turn into other people with her emotions]].illusion powers. Professor Wizgiz at Alfea is the transformation teacher, and he can turn into various creatures.
%%* Chase Young in ''WesternAnimation/XiaolinShowdown''.
* WesternAnimation/YamRoll and his mentor Katcho Miso can both transform into a variety of objects, along with possessing [[StockSuperpowers a slew of other special powers]].
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** [[http://scp-wiki.net/scp-953 SCP-953 ("Polymorphic Humanoid")]]. SCP-953 normally has the form of a small Red Fox, but can take the form of objects and living creatures, including that of an attractive Korean woman.
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* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'', [[Characters/SCPFoundation [=Characters/SCPFoundation=]]]

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* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'', [[Characters/SCPFoundation [=Characters/SCPFoundation=]]]''Wiki/SCPFoundation''
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* ''Webcomic/OwMySanity'' has a [[HPLovecraft Shoggoth]] and several {{Eldritch Abomination}}s who manifest in whatever form they please.

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* ''Webcomic/OwMySanity'' has a [[HPLovecraft [[Creator/HPLovecraft Shoggoth]] and several {{Eldritch Abomination}}s who manifest in whatever form they please.
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** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-523 SCP-523 ("The Most Unhelpful Object On Earth")]]. When SCP-523 escapes from containment, it changes its form to that of a useful object. When someone tries to use it for a specific purpose, it changes to another form that's not useful at all for that purpose.
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* Polymorphing in ''VideoGame/NetHack'' is one of the most complex and difficult aspects of the game, that can lead to major benefits if done well. A character has several ways to self-polymorph, such as a [[spoiler:wand, spellbook, ring, trap, potion, eating a polymorphing monster,]] and more. Most of these are uncontrolled without some form of polymorph control, such as a [[spoiler:ring or an intrinsic]]. Polymorphing can be very useful or detrimental, depending on if the new form destroys armor or if it can handle what the character is already carrying. (Weirdly, MagicPants is only played straight with the character's pants, as there are none equitable in game and there are [[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything ways]] the player should die if they aren't wearing pants.)

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* Polymorphing in ''VideoGame/NetHack'' is one of the most complex and difficult aspects of the game, that can lead to major benefits if done well. A character has several ways to self-polymorph, such as a [[spoiler:wand, spellbook, ring, trap, potion, eating a polymorphing monster,]] and more. Most of these are uncontrolled without some form of polymorph control, such as a [[spoiler:ring or an intrinsic]]. Incidentally, polymorph control also lets you choose whether or not to accept shapeshifting due to [[OurWerebeastsAreDifferent lycanthropy]]. Polymorphing can be very useful or detrimental, depending on if the new form destroys armor or if it can handle what the character is already carrying. (Weirdly, MagicPants is only played straight with the character's pants, as there are none equitable equippable in game and there are [[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything ways]] the player should die if they aren't wearing pants.)
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