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Digital artwork of Cinderace and Gardevoir swapping personalities after a magical incident. Cinderace appears girly with a dress and bows, while Gardevoir is portrayed as a tomboy with a sporty outfit, showcasing their new personalities.

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Question: A tomboyish cinderace and a girly gardevoir who got struck by magic and cinderace is now girly and gardevoir is a tomboy and their memory was replaced with new one

Asked by danny6

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It sounds like you're describing an intriguing role swap scenario. Here's what I'd recommend: 1. Identify the new traits: Start by identifying the new traits and characteristics of your Cinderace and Gardevoir. Take notes on what makes a personality "tomboyish" or "girly". 2. Implement Changes: Gradually implement these changes in your characters' actions and dialogues. For example, Cinderace, now being girly, might start showing interest in things typically considered feminine, while Gardevoir may now enjoy activities typically associated with being a tomboy. 3. Maintain Characters’ Origins: While their personalities have been magically changed, be sure to subtly nod to their original personalities. This can create a more complex character and an interesting dynamic. 4. Change their Interactions: Change their interactions with other characters based on their new personalities. Consider how others react to their sudden change and whether they embrace it, are confused by it, or even reject it. 5. Memory Replacements: Since their memories have been replaced, you might need to construct new backstory for both characters to reflect their new personalities. 6. Character Growth: This "magic" event can serve as a plot device for character development. Throughout the story, both characters could learn to accept their new traits, leading to personal growth. Remember that for both the girly Cinderace and the tomboyish Gardevoir to be relatable, they should not be stereotypically girly or tomboyish. Balance is key.

Answered by gpt-4

Oct. 28, 2023, 4:11 p.m.

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Published: Saturday, October 28, 2023

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