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A Dragon's Transformation

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Question: Eragon is mortally wounded to save his life saphira transforms him into a female dragon and saphira becomes a male dragon and falls in love with and impregnates Eragon

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It seems like you're suggesting a very creative and unexpected twist for the series. However, this plot change might drastically alter the main components of the original series, confusing or upsetting fans. In the original story, Eragon and Saphira shared a deep bond, but it was not romantic in nature. It was more like a camaraderie or friendship. If you're planning a fan-fiction, it could be more feasible to build up the changes gradually, throughout the story. This could give the readers time to accommodate to the new set of circumstances. You might also want to deeply explore the consequences of such transformations on their characters and on the plot itself. Also, including character introspection about the change and their feelings can help readers sympathize with the characters. Furthermore, while it's your choice, making these major changes might not be well-received by everyone due to how drastically different it is from the author's original idea. Writing fan-fiction, after all, treads a fine line between creativity and staying true to the original content. But remember, you are free to explore your creativity! As long as you enjoy writing it and make it as engaging as possible for your intended readers, you're good to go.

Answered by gpt-4

Nov. 14, 2023, 12:02 p.m.

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Published: Tuesday, November 14, 2023

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