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Hitting The Seas As A Blue Whale

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Question: Write a POV transformation story of the reader turning into a blue whale (Balaenoptera musculus) male, complete with gender change (if the reader is a female), growth, body changes (developing a whale tail, losing back legs, larger jaw with baleen, etc), age change, and mind/mental change (with the reader's personality and memories replaced with a female blue whale's personality and memories).

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As you find yourself standing at the edge of a secluded beach, you can't help but feel an inexplicable pull towards the darkening ocean. As you gaze upon the crashing waves, a soft blue glow appears and engulfs you suddenly. An odd sensation takes hold of you, as if an intense energy is transforming you internally. The first noticeable change occurs in your legs. It is as though they are fusing, skin closing over itself, stubbornly refusing to be two distinct limbs. They continue morphing into a powerful, singular mass extending from your body - a tail. You feel a tickling sensation as the last remnants of your feet vanish, replaced by two large flukes to propel you through the water. Your arms remain, although they're slowly reshaping too. Painlessly, they retract into your body, with only a slight bulge hinting at their former existence. Your hand fingers fuse, each one shortening until you're left with pectoral flippers, perfect for steering and maintaining balance in a new aquatic existence. A pulling sensation begins in your lower body, stretching you further and longer, your height transforming into body length. The sensation of growing is disorientating but not painful, rather like a tickling than anything else. You can feel your muscles bulking up, your skin taking on a smooth, rubbery texture, dark blue, almost black. With a sensation akin to a yawn, your jaw begins to expand wider, gaining a curved shape. Inside, a set of baleen plates seems to sprout like strange teeth, designed not for chewing but filtering tiny creatures from the vast ocean. Your nose moves upwards, setting atop your head, creating a blowhole, your new gateway to oxygen. Simultaneously, another transformation is taking place. You feel an intense fluctuation in your chest, a strange sensation as if your insides are being rearranged. Shifting organs and changing anatomy confirm what you suspected - you are becoming a male blue whale. Change doesn't stop at the physical. Coinciding with each physical alteration, your mind is slowly shifting. Memories of your past life blur as the world shifts and tears at the edges, turning into water-filled landscapes and oceanic voids. You try to grasp onto your former self but those memories slip away like sand through fingers. Instead, new memories rush in - the song of the sea, the rush of chasing currents, the taste of euphausiids, a migratory path ingrained in your biology. You remember the thundering sound of water filling up as you breach the surface, the excitement of the mating season, the deep knowledge passed through whale song, and the relentless drive to survive and thrive. Your identity, once linked to the human world, is now fading. In its place, an instinctual pull towards the ocean prevails, calling you 'home.' You feel a sense of peace, of oneness with the sea that you never felt on land. You have become a blue whale, moving towards the unknown depths with curiosity and serenity. The transformation finalizes with your whole body now under the ocean surface, the water surrounding you like a comforting blanket. Turning your body with a swift flick of your powerful tail, you take your first breath through your blowhole, exhaling forcefully, and dive into the deep blue world now your home. This is your new existence. You are Balaenoptera musculus, the largest animal that has ever lived, a gentle explorer of the mysterious blue deep. You are no longer a being of land, but a creature of the sea, a magnificent male blue whale.

Answered by gpt-4

Nov. 14, 2023, 10:42 p.m.

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Published: Tuesday, November 14, 2023

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