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A Stolen Symphony: The Unforgettable Transformation into Geo Stelar's Universe


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Question: Write the POV transformation story of the adult reader turning into Geo Stelar from the Mega Man Star Force games, complete with gender change (if the reader is a female), height regression (making him/her the height of a pre-teen boy due to his/her age regression), age regression (until the reader was now 11 years old), reality change (the reader's real world becoming the world of Mega Man Star Force), and mind/mental change (with the reader's personality and memories completely replaced with Geo's personality and memories, despite his/her best efforts on fighting off the changes to his/her body and mind, making him/her forget all about his/her past self and only remember being Geo Stelar). For Geo's appearance (after the reader turned into him), he is a 11 year old boy who has brown eyes and spiky brown hair that peaks from the back of his head in several large forward-pointing tips. He keeps his green Visualizer (a pair of glasses from the Mega Man Star Force series) raised above his forehead when not being used, and has a golden star-shaped pendant around his neck. He wears a red long-sleeved shirt with white shoulder markings, yellow detailing, and a closed collar. At the shirt's waist is a large yellow band; around this is a light blue belt for his back pockets, which has a silver buckle. He wears dark blue knee-length shorts and red boots with white and black soles, as well as small yellow protrusions at the heels. On his hands, Geo wears red fingerless gloves with yellow squares on their backs, which widen into red-and-gold discs around his wrists. Geo starts out depressed and sad because of his father's disappearance in space. He gradually opens up to others, and he, creates BrotherBands with others and going to school. While Geo does come to understand the benefits of bonds, losing others still causes his faith to shatter, such as having to fight Pat in the first game, Sonia's breaking of their BrotherBand in the second (albeit forced), and the apparent death of Ace. His attitude changes drastically around the end of the second game, and he begins to act a little more friendly, and this is because Geo has started to mature and change, something Omega-Xis notes early in the game. Geo is also shown to be very adept with machines, able to tell what makes them tick and learn new technology. He also has very high interests in astronomy, and it is hinted that he is afraid of ghosts. The transformation is permanent (meaning it is forever) and is completely irreversible. There should also be quotes from the characters in this story so we know what they're saying and what they're thinking. Also, it is a POV reader story, so it should not be in an author's point of view (my, I, mine, etc), and it should be from the point of view of the reader (you, your, etc).

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Suddenly, you felt a shockwave coursing through your body. The room you were seated in transformed into colorful, electronic hexagons, wavering like a digital reality melding and changing around you. It wasn't painful or nauseating, just a surreal experience as the landscape shapeshifted around you. Looking down, your adult body started to become smaller, less pronounced. The process felt like a returning tide ebbing away your age and stature until your physical form began resembling an 11-year-old boy. If you were a woman, an added twinge of surprise followed as a gender switch also accompanied the transformation. Your once loose clothes clung tightly to your resized body. A red long-sleeved shirt with a white shoulder marking and yellow detailing fitted on you, a blue belt hugging your waist. As if shrinking wasn’t enough, your entire outfit seemed to change, morphing into a style completely foreign to your former taste. You found dark blue knee-length shorts and red boots with white and black soles replacing your original clothes. Glancing at your reflection on a conveniently placed smooth hexacon, you saw that your hair had become as brown and spiky as a young boy's, jutting out from your head in several forward-pointing tips. A green Visualizer had also found home around your head, sitting comfortably over your forehead when not in use. A golden star-shaped pendant hung around your neck seemed foreign but comforting. Were these things supposed to be part your new identity? To top it all off, a pair of red fingerless gloves adorned your hands - matching your shirt - with yellow panels that spread into red and gold discs around your wrists. As if physical changes were not enough to deal with, you also felt something shifting in your mind, gently nudging your memories aside. No matter how hard you clung onto them, they just seemed to drip away like grains of sand escaping your fingertips. Disconcertment turned into horror as memories of Geo Stelar began to force themselves into you, overwriting your own. Recollections of your past life faded away, his personality and memories becoming the center of your consciousness. His fear of ghosts sent chills down your spine, the same spine which shivered at the deep-seated pain and sadness from your father's disappearance. Funny thing was, you began to understand the grief, as if it was your own sorrow. Likewise, you shared in his gradual opening up to others, creating BrotherBands and attending school. By the time you realized what was happening, you were already too far gone to resist. The onslaught of Stelar's personality swept away your own like a hurricane, erasing every last trace of your previous self without mercy. You blinked, suddenly confused as to why you were thinking so deeply about things that didn't matter. There was sadness, sure, from Dad's disappearance but there was hope too. Friends and allies, an unexpected family that brought warmth into your heart filled with sorrow and longing. But thinking back, it was always like this. Wasn't it? You've always been Geo Stelar. The only thing left was the knowledge that you had fundamentally and permanently changed. You existed as Geo Stelar - an 11-year old boy, a Wave Change Human. The transformation was striking, fusing your reality with that of the Mega Man Star Force world, a mixing of metaphors that left your mind in a constant state of curiosity. You were left in a reality where you were no longer the adult reader, but Geo Stelar, with his newly adopted reality your own. The change was complete, irreversible but exciting.+

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Feb. 15, 2024, 7:07 p.m.

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Published: Thursday, February 15, 2024

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