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Metamorphosis of Darkness: The Son of Lucifer Morningstar Awakens

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Question: Write the POV transformation story of a teenage or adult male human reader (between 5.2 and 6.3 feet tall) turning into the son of Lucifer Morningstar (from an adult animated series Hazbin Hotel made by VivziePop), complete with clothes change, age change (becoming a teenager or a young adult), height regression (due to becoming a young fallen angel and a son of Lucifer Morningstar), voice change (the reader's voice changing to fit with the Morningstar bloodline, similar to but not identical to Lucifer's voice, albeit in a somewhat younger voice), and instant mind/mental change (with the reader's personalities and memories being permanently and completely replaced within seconds/minutes by a new personality and new memories of being part of the royal Morningstar family, despite the reader's best efforts of fighting the new personality and memories, making him completely forget about his past mortal human self and only remember being a similar, possibly almost identical son to Lucifer Morningstar). For the reader's new self (now a fallen angel rather than a normal and mortal human), he is slightly shorter than Lucifer Morningstar's around-6-foot-tall height (due to the fallen angel reader's younger age than Lucifer), he now has an unnaturally-slender body (having very thin, unnoticeable yet extremely powerful muscles and having no body fat) with a literally pure white skin, just like Lucifer Morningstar himself. The reader in this form has blonde hair, thick black eyebrows, thin black lips, a mouth full of sharp white teeth (not just the canine teeth being sharp, but all his teeth have also become sharp teeth), a large rosy-red circle on each cheek, and large yellow iris-less eyes with red slit pupils and light purple eyelids, like Lucifer, who is his new dad. The reader in his fallen angel form has no nose or ears, also just like Lucifer. Also, (if the human reader had any) the reader in the fallen angel form does not have any beard, mustache, sideburns, nor stubble, just has Lucifer doesn't have any. The reader, now a son of Lucifer Morningstar, wears a similar outfit (possibly identical outfit) to his newfound father (Lucifer). For Lucifer Morningstar's appearance, he is about 6 feet (1.8 meters) tall and he has pure white skin, blonde hair (which is short-cut and is slicked-back with one tuft sticking out), thick black eyebrows, black lips and a mouth full of sharp white teeth, with a biologically mid-to-late 20s aged body (despite being older than Earth itself and Lucifer being immortal). He has no visible ears or nostrils, giving him a less "human" appearance. His eyes (which do not have irises) are light yellow with red slit pupils resembling those of a snake. He, like his daughter (Charlie Morningstar), has red cheeks. His eyelids are light purple which give the appearance of eyeshadow. Lucifer's white-red clothing is somewhat like a circus ringmaster; he wears a wide-brimmed white top hat with a golden snake and a red apple over golden spikes which resemble a crown, and a red-lined and red-trimmed white popped-collared tailcoat suit with several golden buttons - his coat worn over a light red-and-white striped dress-shirt with two golden buttons and a small, accessorized black bowtie. He also wears a pair of long white poofy pants tucked under a set of heeled black knee-high boots, and black leather gloves which covers the majority of his hands. On his left pinkie, he sports a golden ring which is presumably his wedding ring. Lucifer carries an apple-topped black cane that matches his hat. As a fallen angel, he possesses three pairs of white wings with red feathers, which he can materialize and extend from his coat. He is shorter than his daughter, Charlie, and his wife, Lilith. Despite his very thin body, Lucifer has the following powers; Flight (able to summon his six angelic wings and he is capable of flight), angelic power (as a fallen angel, he possesses very strong angelic power, which holds sway over the demonic power of his contemporaries), hand-to-hand combat, shapeshifting (able to change into many forms at will, for example; according to the Story of Hell, Lucifer briefly took the form of a snake), duplication (he can create multiple copies of himself), portal creation (he is able to conjure portals as a means of instant transportation, which other demons can use), pyrokinesis (like his daughter, Charlie, he also has the power to manipulate fire at will), fire breath (in his full demon form, he can make fire come out of his mouth when he speaks), teleportation (he can teleport to any location by covering himself with glittery red mists), object creation (he seems to be able to create virtually anything he desires with a simple flick of the wrist, including but is not limited to clothing, puppets, instruments, large fountains of champagne, and mountains of caviar), and liquid manipulation (he is capable of carrying, manipulate, and throw yellow-colored liquid). He also has musical talent (similar to his daughter Charlie, Lucifer partakes in singing), instrumental talent (he's known to be quite a skilled in various instruments, including being a very skilled fiddle player; Lucifer also can play an accordion to a minor degree), and great craftsmanship (Lucifer spends his time making rubber ducks with various gimmicks such as flipping backwards and spitting fire). Here's Lucifer's personality; despite his status as the ruler of all of Hell, Lucifer possesses a grandiose and dramatic nature, acting very over-the-top in most situations. He often switches between being silly and theatrical to awkward and melancholic. Like Charlie, Lucifer is ambitious in what he believes in. According to the storybook that Charlie read in "Overture", Lucifer was an idealistic dreamer whose accidental creation of Hell and subsequent banishment to it caused him to give up his dreams. After he and Lilith separated, Lucifer went into isolation and fell into a depression. He coped by crafting and hoarding tons of rubber ducks, spending years in his home. This obsession also caused him to become estranged from his daughter, to the point where he barely calls Charlie at all. As a father, he falls short of expectations. Although he loves Charlie dearly, he seems to be preoccupied with his own problems. He seldom calls Charlie, and when he does, it's usually because he's bored or needs something. When Charlie reached out to him for help in setting up a meeting with Heaven, he was thrilled to hear from her. However, he couldn't recall where she was or what she was doing, even though she had shared her passion project, the Hazbin Hotel, with him months ago. He also wasn't aware that Charlie was dating someone, or that she was attracted to women. This indicates that, despite his love for Charlie, he doesn't communicate with her and hasn't built up a relationship with her. Although, it was shown that Lucifer was much closer to Charlie in her childhood, only becoming more distant in Charlie’s adulthood. While he is the King of Hell, Lucifer hardly rules over his subjects and leaves them to their own devices. Lucifer dislikes the Sinners of Hell and describes them as "violent, destructive psychopaths, hellbent on causing as much pain and destruction as possible". According to him, they are all "the worst" and he does not believe they can be redeemed and he cares little for what happens to them. Despite his disapproval of sinners, Lucifer hints that he regrets his role in ever giving them free will due to what they had done with it and the consequences that came from this. On the other hand, Lucifer had arranged for a pardon of Hellborn demons with Heaven, ensuring that the Hellborn races and thus the other six rings of Hell, are untouched by the Exorcists during the yearly Exterminations. Although he understands his daughter's interest in rehabilitating Sinners, Lucifer is cynical about the idea of trying to save any of them, as he attempted to redeem sinners in the past, stating that Charlie doesn't know when he tried this all before, and that his dreams were too hard to defend. Since Heaven was so unwilling to listen to him in the past, he does not want Charlie to go through the same thing. However, she still manages to convince him to arrange a meeting in Heaven for her and Vaggie, which helps Lucifer regain faith in her plans. Lucifer is fiercely protective of Charlie, as seen when he threatens her bodyguards, Razzle and Dazzle, that they had better been doing their job protecting her. Later, when Alastor began rubbing in on his failings to be a proper, supportive father to Charlie and her dreams and implying to how he had taken his place as Charlie’s father figure, Lucifer displays jealousy toward Alastor, whom began to see as a rival for Charlie's affection and become insecure about his father-daughter bond with her. Lucifer is fiercely protective of Charlie, as seen when he threatens her bodyguards, Razzle and Dazzle, that they had better been doing their job protecting her. Later, when Alastor began rubbing in on his failings to be a proper, supportive father to Charlie and her dreams and implying to how he had taken his place as Charlie’s father figure, Lucifer displays jealousy toward Alastor, whom began to see as a rival for Charlie's affection and become insecure about his father-daughter bond with her. In the episode "The Show Must Go On," he arrived late, but joined the fight against Adam and the Exorcists, helping Charlie defeat them. He sometimes doesn't think about what he says, saying he'll "fuck Adam" instead of saying he'll "fuck Adam up." When Charlie corrected him, he asked what he said. He is not afraid to fight, as when he fearlessly battles against Adam. He isn't afraid to even piss off Adam by saying that he slept with Eve, which is left ambiguous if it either just to bait him or if it was true. He even gets carried away in fighting, like when he punches Adam over and over and was about to finish him off until Charlie stopped him. He shows more intimidation prowess when he orders Lute to take her friends and go home, but not without saying "please" in a polite manner. Here are Lucifer's preferences (his likes and dislikes); he likes/loves his daughter Charlie (he even supports his daughter), the reader in his transformed fallen angel state (even supporting the now-fallen-angel reader), circus imagery, singing, caramel apples, musical instruments, girls, polka music, and rubber ducks, however he dislikes sinners demons (including having given sinners a chance), Alastor the Radio Demon, Heaven's rules (especially Heaven's hypocrisy), the Hazbin Hotel's name (including the Hazbin Hotel's bar), someone teasing about his short height, and his daughter Charlie or his new son (the fallen angel reader) getting in harm's way. Here's the history of Lucifer Morningstar according to the Hazbin Hotel series (long before this transformation story took place); Prior to the creation of the Earth, Lucifer was an angel, said to be a dreamer with fantastical ideas for all creation, but the elders of Heaven saw him as a troublemaker who posed a threat to the order of their world. He watched as the angels began to expand the universe and the creation of Adam and Lilith. After Lilith left Adam, Lucifer met her in the Garden of Eden and the two dreamers fell in love with each other. Lucifer, with Lilith, wanting to share the power of free will, offered Adam's second wife, Eve, the Fruit of Knowledge, with this act (and unintentionally) evil made its way into the Earth which subsequently created Hell. As punishment, both Lucifer and Lilith (plus the reader's fallen angel self) were sent to Hell, where Lucifer could only see the cruel and the wicked that came from humanity. Ashamed, Lucifer lost his will to dream. In Hell, now a fallen angel, Lucifer became the ruler of all Hell on the basis of his angelic power, ruling over all the Demons that reside there (plus, the fallen angel reader lives with Lucifer, who is the father of the fallen angel reader). At an unknown point, Lucifer became part of an order of powerful demons called the Seven Deadly Sins, each member embodying a sin, with his being Pride. At some point, Lucifer married Lilith, and later fathered a daughter named Charlie Morningstar with his wife. At another point, Lilith left Lucifer for unknown reasons, which sent Lucifer into a deep depression and isolated himself from his kingdom and daughter as a means to cope. The reclusive Lucifer now spends his time in his home coping by crafting rubber ducks, mostly inactive ruling over Hell. At some point, he started a successful theme park called Lu Lu World that proved to be quite popular with the denizens of Hell. The story is that Lucifer Morningstar is depressed due to his loneliness due to not having his wife or daughter around in his home (since Lilith is separated (not divorced or dead, just separated for an unknown reason) and since Charlie has already moved on to work on redeeming sinner demons), and he wanted a second child (more specifically, a son) aside from his daughter (Charlie) of his own to help him not be so depressed from his loneliness, so Lucifer (by some supernatural means) briefly left the series' Hell and into real life to kidnap the reader (who was about to sleep or was sleeping in his bed of his house for the night in the mortal realm) and sent the reader to the world of Hazbin Hotel (thus also making the reader 2D-animated and having the same art style as every other Hazbin Hotel character) before using his supernatural powers on the reader to turn the reader into his very own son in both body and mind (against the reader's will) within seconds or minutes, complete with the same immortality and supernatural powers as Lucifer himself. During either the physical or mental transformation (not before the transformation), the reader is horrified, hoping that everything that was happening to him (as well as having Lucifer Morningstar and the Hazbin Hotel universe existing) was just a bad dream and hoping to wake up (by either closing eyes, slapping his own face, shaking his head, pinching himself, and/or by calling out for help from his human family and/or friends) to get out of this supposed nightmare, but sadly for the reader, this is not a dream and it is all happening for real, with Lucifer letting the transforming reader know this is not a dream and is all real, stating or claiming it was the reader's old mortal human life that was all just a dream instead (and saying that the reader was sleeping, thus explaining why the reader was dreaming about his now-false human life until now, making the reader completely believe Lucifer and what Lucifer was saying to the now-fallen-angel reader) and, after the transformation finishes, the reader mentally and literally wakes up from his sleep for real in Lucifer's home (more specifically, the reader wakes up in the fancy bed of the reader's new royal bedroom within Lucifer's royal home) in Hell as a fallen angel and always knew that he was never a mortal human and knew he was and always had been a fallen angel (causing him to know that he was once a regular angel prior to banishment from Heaven before being banished from Heaven to Hell with his parents for the same reason as how and why Lucifer and Lilith were banished from Heaven to Hell), even remembering that he had and always have immortality, supernatural powers, and six retractable angelic wings like his newfound father (Lucifer). Despite the reader's efforts, he is unable to fend off the new personality and memories (completely removing all of his mortal/human memories, making him know that he was never a human and that he was and always has been a fallen angel and a son of Lucifer Morningstar, the transformed reader being given a new name (by Lucifer Morningstar) that fits with his new life (and the reader accepts the name given to him), and is happy about his true fallen angel life and living with his dad, Lucifer Morningstar), thus permanently and completely turning the reader into Lucifer's son. 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).

Asked by Tangled-fan-2

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You find yourself in a state between waking and sleeping, drifting in the subliminal fog of a not-quite dream. Just as you reach out to pull reality back to you, a sudden chill pricks at your skin and an unnatural cold air fills your lungs. You attempt to open your eyes, yet they refuse to obey, leaving you in darkness. The swirling colors behind your closed eyelids morph into grotesque shapes and you feel a strange sensation enveloping your body. Something is happening, though you can't make any sense of it. Desperate to return to your normal, human life, you scream for help but there is no response. The sandman has truly claimed you tonight, and the reality you once knew is slipping away. Then, a voice, silky smooth and foreign, fills your ears. "This is no dream, my curious child. What you used to call life... that was the dream. And you are about to awaken," it murmurs, its tone cryptically reassuring yet chilling. Before you can formulate a response to the voice, your body begins to change. The first transformation is your height; you start to shrink down, regressing to a height slightly shorter than your previous one. Your thick musculature dwindles down to sleek, slim lines — yet somehow you can feel that you're stronger than ever. Next comes the change in your skin. Each cell turns snowy white, with an unnatural glow that is reminiscent of moonlight. Your hair changes too, brightening to a warm blonde, styled in a short cut, slicked back, mirroring the smooth voice that you'd heard moments ago. Thick black eyebrows replace your own, while your lips thin and darken. Before you know it, your teeth have sharpened into incisors, biting into your tongue that tastes metallic. The voice returns, now with a touch of malice in its tone, "Your old life... it was all a dream, son. You belong here in Hell, with me, your true father, Lucifer Morningstar." As the voice fades, the new memories replace the old ones. Your old life... human life, it seems like a fleeting dream that never happened. In place of those memories, you find new ones emerging — vivid, primal — of a different life with Lucifer Morningstar as your father. Memories of your moment of creation where you were cast out of Heaven alongside Lucifer and Lilith, learning to navigate and survive in the underworld, and enthralling tales of your real heritage and eternal destiny, take hold of your consciousness. With each memory, your humanity slips further away as you awake in your bed within the premises of the Morningstar Palace in Hell. The transformation has been successful; you're no longer a mortal. Instead, you're a younger echo of your newfound father, Lucifer, with the never-aging face of a mid-twenties male. Your new reality dawns upon you as an immortal fallen angel with supernatural abilities that match, even rival, those of your father — flight, shape-shifting, pyrokinesis, and your personal favorite, teleportation. Satisfied, you glance around your royal room, the room you had apparently always known, now entirely your own. The grim realization that your old life was nothing but a dream washed over you, leaving you to contend with the truth: You are the son of Lucifer Morningstar. This was your fate. This was your real life. You were always a fallen angel; Lucifer was always your father. As you adjust, you can't help but have an exhilarating feeling course through you, a feeling of belonging...a feeling of real home. After many centuries, you had finally woken up from your dream, your life on Earth and have found your true calling, your true identity. From this day forward, you're to live your life as Lucifer Morningstar's son, ruling over Hell alongside your father. Despite the struggle of leaving your human life behind, you cannot help but feel an overwhelming sense of belonging. You've finally come home. "Welcome home, son," the voice of Lucifer Morningstar rumbles, a note of genuine happiness lingering in his words. As you stare at your reflection in the ornate mirror across the room, forging a devilish grin identical to that of Lucifer, you take your first breath as the fallen Angel you were always meant to be and reply, "It's good to be home, Dad."

Answered by gpt-4

Feb. 10, 2024, 3:43 p.m.

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Published: Saturday, February 10, 2024

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