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"Melodies of the Night: The Transformation of a Reader into Ferid Bathory"


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Question: Write the POV transformation story of a human reader turning into Ferid Bathory from the Seraph of the End/Owari no Seraph anime series, complete with gender change (if the reader is a female before the transformation), instant clothes change, height change, age progression, art style shift (the reader's body changing from real life-styled to anime-styled), reality change (the reader's real world becoming the world of Seraph of the End), and mind/mental change (with the reader's personality and memories replaced with Ferid's personality and memories, despite the reader's best efforts on fighting off the mental changes, making the reader completely forget his previous self and only remember being a vampire named Ferid Bathory). For Ferid's appearance (after the reader turned into him), he is a tall and slender male (182 centimeters tall) with a rather handsome appearance. He has long, waist-length silver hair with bangs and a lock of hair over each ear. Like all pure vampires, he has red eyes and pointed elf-like ears. He also wears red diamond shaped earrings. Ferid's attire as a noble is composed of several components. He wears a white long-sleeved shirt with a decorative cut. It has a black line with dark gray rhombi intermittently dispersed along it. There is originally a stripe on his left side as well, but this disappears after Krul defeats him. The cuffs off the shirt are black and with a pair of gold colored lines around the wrist cuffs with three buttons. White lace ruffles comes out of the cuffs over his hands. He wears white gloves. Ferid wears a white cape with a decorative cut over his shoulders and arms. It reaches to his waist in the front and down to his upper thighs in the back. The cape has black shoulder details as well as the black vampire insignia on the left shoulder. It also has two black buttons on the right. A gold ring connects to the vampire insignia and is attached to a chain running under his ruffles. There are some gold decorations hanging from this chain. There is a wide dark gray strap beneath this cape moving from his right shoulder to his left hip. This has three strips running down it with a small mark over each stripe at set intervals. The collar is decorated with a scarlet bow at the base of his throat. The tails of the ribbon reach his waist. Two layers of white ruffles are present beneath the bow and reach his mid-chest. Ferid also has a white waistcoat he wears over his posterior. It is split down the center and reaches his mid-calf. It is held in place by a wide black belt with a large buckle. The buckle rests over his left hip. He dons a pair of white pants and black boots, which reach his upper thigh. The boots have three golden buttons at his thigh and three at his calf. The boots are darker at the toes, and heel. A pair of small black ribbons meet over either heel and are kept in place by a small white button detail in the center. For Ferid's personality, he has a courteous manner of speaking and he is carefree when interacting with others. When the opportunity present himself, he will place himself in a physical higher position than those he is speaking to. His pleasant manner of speaking extents to those he murders for Ferid has a deviously sadistic streak. He kept a map around for Mika to find and after waiting for him and his family to reach the exit and escape, Ferid appeared and first enjoyed the loss of hope that he could identify in their faces then set about systematically killing a number of children. His entrapments cover his allies as well, he later reached the point where he said the queen of Japan could not kill him or the progenitor council would learn of her illicit activities. He would include other accomplices in a list of assassination targets he gave to the humans to avoid others suspecting his involvement. In a fight with those who have the means to damage him, Ferid remains largely unbothered. Provoking a vampire much stronger than him and losing an arm did not fully deter him right away although he says losing an arm hurts (he effortlessly reattaches his arm afterwards and is functional again once reattached). On a battlefield he directs units to specific targets but largely observes, only intervening if it requires his capabilities. He blocked an attack aiming for Mika, and antagonized Yu to draw him away from his squad for Mika to get. A scenario such as the presence of the Japanese Imperial Demon Army instilled anger in him and he retreated from that. The story would be that the reader has found a sword (belonging to Ferid) in or around the reader's apartment room or suburban home, and as the reader held the sword, the blinding light engulfed the reader, causing the whole transformation to occur. After the physical transformation, the reader tries his best on fighting off the new memories and personality (such as calling for his friends/family and/or shaking his head in a vain attempt to loose those new memories/personality), but to no avail as he begins to forget his mundane human life and remember his new life as Ferid. Near the end of the story (and long after the transformation ended), Ferid would briefly remember/thought of his previous life as a mundane person, but he soon forgets about it as he knows that he has always been Ferid and he knows that his mundane life as an average human was all just a dream, not reality, and Ferid is content to know that his life as Ferid is the only true life. 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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One fated evening in the quiet solitude of your apartment, you chance upon an antique sword, exquisitely crafted and painstakingly detailed. You had never noticed it before in your living space. A curiosity takes hold of you as you reach out, your fingers delicately wrapping around the cool handle. As your fingertips touch the metal, a blinding light engulfs you. When you finally manage to open your eyes, you're met with a baffling and shocking sight. Your body doesn't feel like your own anymore. You glance down and see tall, slender limbs, and your clothes have transformed. You are no longer in your comfy, casual attire but instead wear an elaborate nobleman's suit, complete with black boots, a white long-sleeve shirt decorated with dark gray rhombi, a white cape, and a scarlet bow at the base of your throat. As if looking into a mirror, your mind throws an image at you. You see an elegant male character - long, waist-length silver hair with bangs, red eyes, pointed elf-like ears wearing red diamond-shaped earrings, a handsome face, and your hands, now long and slender. You recognize him as Ferid Bathory from the anime series Owari no Seraph. Your heart beats a frantic rhythm within your chest as realization sets in. As you rush into your bathroom, the image in your mirror confirms your peculiar transformation. Gone are your familiar features, replaced by Ferid's handsome visage. Panic bubbles up, and you call out, but not recognizing your voice only adds to your alarm. In your mind, new memories push at your consciousness, along with behavioral traits, speech patterns, ways of thinking that are not yours. You brace against your sink, trying to fight off this invading personality, yet it clings steadfastly, worming its way deeper into your thoughts. Snippets of Ferid's past, his interactions with others, their faces, his merciless sadistic streak, all try to make themselves at home within your mind. You remember your family and friends, cling to their faces in your mind, call out their names in an attempt to fight off this parasitic consciousness. But slowly, terrifyingly, those memories fade, replaced by shocking blood-red scenes of ruthlessness and vampire nobility. Your world also starts to shift around you, your apartment fading away slowly, replaced by the world of Saraf of the End. Buildings warp into the towering gothic architecture famous within the anime, the air around you grows icy, and your skin feels cooler than humanly normal. Despite your best efforts, Ferid's psyche takes up all available space in your mind, completely overriding your identity. His past plays out within your mind like a epic movie reel, and there is absolutely no denying it; you've become him. Only a faint echo from your past remains, receding further and further until it's all but extinguished. Sometime later, you find yourself standing atop a gothic building, looking out over the vampire frontier with his eyes, yet with a vague memory of your old life trickling into your thoughts. But it’s fleeting, disappearing quickly like sand through your fingers. "Was I once... human?" you muse aloud, silver hair billowing in the night breeze as you remember the dream of a mundane life. "No, that can't be. I am Ferid Bathory, and I have always been," you conclude, smiling devilishly in the darkness as you let go of the last lingering thought. You were content. This was your life now. Your true life.

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March 6, 2024, 11:54 p.m.

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Published: Wednesday, March 6, 2024

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