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The sign reads

"Welcome all new travellers.


To continue you must go through a series of doors.


After going through you will pick a costume. You will then become a half- human and half that creature.


After a week(100 mins a hour,20 hrs a day,10 days a week) has passed you may morph and get another costume. To start of with you will only be able to become 40% human to 60% human.


If you put on a costume you will then become that creature, be teleported to it's home town and have to wait a week before being able to morph.


After 50 costumes you may change into one of your other costumes and become 30% to 70% human. When changing costumes you must wait at least an hour before you can change costumes again.


100 different species/gender costumes allows you to gender-morph and become 20% to 80% human


200 different species costumes allows you to combine costumes and become 10% to 90% human


400 different species costumes allows you to return to your world with no more morphing


And 800 different species costumes makes a polymorph and allows you to morph outside of this world.


Also if you have a costume like a centaur then the human part will always be human and is counted towards the human percentage.


Any gender/species transformation magic of yours can only change your gender(if you have at least 100 costumes) and the animal part to a different animal.


When you change into a different costume (that you already have) you may teleport to that species home town but you will have the week penalty where you have no costume changes.


If you die while wearing a costume you will be reborn at the local inn (or appropriate location ). If you have more then 100 costumes you will lose the costume you had when you died and go to an appropriate place for your next costume.


If you fail to make it out in 100 years(100 weeks in a year) one of your possible forms will be chosen and you will be permanently stuck in that form(apart from magic) until you die. Also there will be no possibility of going back to your world.


Also, one final note: should you take a female form and become pregnant, you won't be able to change your gender until the child is born, though the other aspects of your form may change (the child will change to match.) That is all, and good luck!

You realise that you have to do what the sign said to do and go through the doors and grab a costume.


Alternatively you could use the key system to determine the room


Please type in a number 1 - 18


Number 1:
Number 2:
Number 3:


Illustrated by catprog

Written by Catprog on 11 February 2004

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You go through the door.


All of a sudden it slams shut and with no handle on this side it appears that you are stuck.


There are two more doors however and both of them have a sign on them saying


Costume room for
Element: Land
Type: Normal
Gender: ????


So which door do you want

Illustrated by catprog

Written by Catprog on 26 February 2004

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You go through the door.


All of a sudden it slams shut and with no handle on this side it appears that you are stuck.<P/>There are five costumes in this room, all of them female, all of them are normal land creatures.


  • Snake
  • <li><span class="female">Wolf</span></li>

Written by Catprog on 26 February 2004

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You put the tigress costume on and the changes start immediately.


The costume sinks in and combines with your skin.


You then feel your feet change into paws and your tows changes into paw-digits.


Changes then start to occur else where on your body as your ears start to tingle. They move to the top of your head with points, curving slightly to give you better hearing all round. You move over to a mirror in the corner to watch your other facial changes.


You feel your whiskers grow out. You watch as your eye colour changes from a boring brown to a dazzling bright yellow, with a tint of blue. Your nose starts to change as it becomes pinker and starts to move further away from your eyes. With it come new smells.


Your head has nearly finished the changing as your muzzle grew out with your nose, leaving you with pouting lips that anyone would love to be smothered in.


Vibrant auburn hair grows at the back of your head, down to your hips.


Your hips have also started to change, increasing in size. Your buttocks also increase in size, giving you a more firm round figure overall.


Next, your arms start to change. Your palms taking a new form with black pads slowly on them. Your nails on both your fingers and toes (Now paw digits) slowly dissolve as new powerful long curvy claws take their place.


Your lower and upper arms then start to change, with fur sweeping across with strong dashes of orange and black everywhere. They become slender and more feminine as they take on their new role as tigress limbs. Your shoulders, slowly shrink into your every changing body as your neck also become more feminine with no trace of an Adams apple every being there. You hear a low purring sound which you realise is coming from you.


The changes then move down to the body, as your legs became surprisingly longer, making you at least 6' 5" now. They also become more toned, leaving you with legs that any woman would die for (apart from the fur).


Your front also changes as the white fur spreads across the whole of your front. From underneath your fur, 4 new bumps could be seen growing as your inner self slowly alters to a more feminine structure.


Your original <span class="female">breasts</span> also took notice of this and start to inflate. They slowly increase in size until they reach at least a firm 40" C cup.


You then feel an awkward pain in the back of your buttocks. Thinking it was a sock or something that you had sat on you try and grab it. However, when your paws go to grab and remove whatever was causing the pain, you find that it is attached to your body.


It then surprises you more as it grows longer into a very sexy stripy tail. You found that you have full control of it and you sway it around as you look down to watch the remaining changes.


Illustrated by KaeAskavi

Written by Tigress on 17 April 2007

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You run your hand across the soft fur on your face then down your neck giving your new tender breast a small poke letting out a small gasp of shock knowing they were definitely real. You run your hands down the sides of your upper abdominal down to your wide beautiful hips; your hands drift back to your firm plump feminine rear. You extend your right leg pointing your toes to the ground admiring the slight black stripes on auburn orange fur. You look down and realize that the manhood that was between your legs is now gone and replaced by a more feminine organ.
You smile in astonishment at the amazing jungle full of lush green plants, vibrant colored flowers, and the bright blue sky is cleared revealing the bright light of the beautiful sunlight shine down on you. You walk forward listening to the beautiful chirping of the birds as they flew overhead; their communication is like a song to your ears which twitch happily. You walk for hours reaching a cliff to sit down and watch the sun descended from the sky into the horizon turning the sky into a kaleidoscope of colors.
"This is so...amazing." You say as the sun finishes it's decent.
The blue sky faded to black letting the bright moon glow over the jungle which fell silent except for the sound of crickets chirping sweetly. You get up to your feet and turn around seeing a broad male figure; it is another tiger, a male one , chiseled muscles over a lean slender form with nothing left to the imagination. You gasp as he walks over to you until he is just inches away. His hand rises up to your face softly caressing your cheek making you jump slightly in both astonishment and joy. He leans in closer to you making you shiver in anticipation as your slowly shut your eyes.

Written by lyncanid on 09 February 2015

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"You are the most beautiful thing I have ever seen." He said into your ear with a smooth silvery voice that made you feel weak in the knees.
Your eyes fly open in shock of the compliment. You feel his hand come to yours holding it ever so gently as he brings it up and kisses the back of it. He grasp your hand and begins to pull you back to the jungle where you hear a loud sound roaring getting louder and louder as you venture deeper. You two stop when you come across a massive waterfall pouring out gallons of water from the mountain side.
"You are real. I am not alone anymore" you hear before looking over and see the tiger looking at you " I have been trapped here so long since I put the costume on"
"You are a costume person too" you ask.
"Yep" he says nodding "at least three years ago, my husband and I were browsing through a costume shop and I pick up the tiger costume by mistake. I have no idea what happened to him." before finishing with a sigh.
"Husband?" you ask.
"Yeah I was female before this. At least 3 winter here too. Fur is good for snow. Anyway what is the world back home like now?"

Written by Catprog + lyncanid on 10 February 2015

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You were speechless. How could this have happened? How was this all possible? Your mind was racing. This was all too much. 


You allowed yourself to be swept away in a fanciful dream, and where did it get you? As you paused beside the male tiger, you stared into his intense, amber eyes. This was real. This was reality. It was some cruel twist of fate. Yet, this wasn't you. You were trapped within this feline costume, losing yourself one paw-step at a time. 


The male tiger wrenched you from your gloomy thoughts and finally released your paw. He took several steps ahead to admire the gigantic waterfall under the night sky. With all your worrying, you had barely noticed it. You slowly approached the craggy edge of a pool and felt a misty spray wafting over its surface. Tiny ripples flowed across the water and drew your attention. You stared down and saw your reflection. No. That was wrong. That was not your reflection. You had to remember that. 


You reached up lightly and stroked the orange fur around your face, tilting your head to the side and flicking your ears. The movement felt so natural. This was your first time seeing your reflection, and you were beautiful. It was all wrong though. This was wrong. This was no longer your fantasy. 


"It's best not to dwell on it," the male insisted. He stood off to the side, muscles relaxed, tail flicking amusedly behind him. His gaze was locked on the stars. It was a clear night, not a cloud in the sky. You barely took notice of the brilliant stars or the awe-inspiring constellations that they formed. You didn't even respond to the tiger. 


Though, you slowly remembered the tiger's previous question. The world back home? What did that even mean anymore? "It's home. I had a job. I had friends. Everything was right." 


You heard a soft growl from the tiger's direction. 


You studied his form from your crouched position. If they purchased the same tiger costume, why didn't they take the same form? Why did they have such ill luck? 

Written by falconess22 on 24 March 2016

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You shook your head indignantly. You were done with questions. You desired answers. 


"Why is this happening? Where are we? Where's your husband?" you demanded. 


Suddenly, the tiger turned and studied you. He released a huff and beckoned for you to follow his lead. You stood hesitantly and caught yourself staring at the muscles in the tiger's back, watching them flex as he moved effortlessly. For the first time, you could smell his musky scent as it lingered by the pool. It was comforting. You told yourself that you were just comforted by his presence, by the presence of another victim of these costumes. There was no other reason for the butterflies in your stomach.


You reached behind you and grabbed your tail, holding it nervously. At the moment, you just needed something to hold, something to clench tight. You had no idea what to expect from this tiger - unsure of his motives. You had no other choice though, so you followed him behind the waterfall where a magnificent cavern lurked. You idled at the mouth of the cave, sniffing the air tentatively. The tiger must have disappeared into the darkness. 


You didn't know his name, so what could you call out? You took a deep breath before entering the den. Your paws were silent as you crept further and further into the unknown territory. The fur along your spine began to rise with uncertainty. 


"Hello?" you called out. The uneasiness was palpable in your voice. You felt somewhat frustrated that the tiger had left you behind. You had no idea where you were going! Before you could take another step, you heard a crackling sound, and a bright fire illuminated the cave. The firelight cast the tiger's shadow upon the rocky wall, and you stared at the silhouette in wonder.


"Sit. You will be safe here. I'll return shortly." 

Written by falconess22 on 25 March 2016

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You blinked and avoided eye contact with the male. Without another word, the tiger left you by the fire and disappeared into the night. You stood there for a few moments. A part of you wanted to follow him, but the other part of you wanted to sit down and enjoy the warmth. What did he mean by being safe? Weren't they tigers? Who could be more dangerous than them? After that thought, the latter part of you won. You submitted to the tiger's request and found yourself a comfortable spot beside the fire. 


You crouched down and felt the warmth penetrating your orange fur. Your tail curled around your body and twitched lazily at the tip. You began studying your surroundings. The cavern was massive. It sloped upward near the opening, widened, and then narrowed once more. To your right, moonlight marked the entrance of the cave. To your left, the cave extended into a bleak passage, and even when your eyes adjusted, you could see nothing, hear nothing, or sense nothing from its foreboding darkness. You decided to ignore it. You were safe, and that's what mattered.


This must be the tiger's den. It seemed very homely to you, and it smelled heavily of his scent. Once again, you felt comforted. Earlier, you must have wandered onto his territory without realizing it. He must have been following you for some time. You never even heard him approach. He had been cautious and nothing but gentle towards you. 


You sighed to yourself, stretched your paws forward, and rested your chin upon your knees. The fire drew your gaze and calmed you. You saw reds, oranges, and yellows, yet you also saw something else. There were distinct shapes. These shapes were alive, and they were moving. You saw the jungle and its natives, the predators and their prey, and you saw the circle of life. You saw nature. You were barely blinking. Your eyes were glazing over. You saw two tigers sitting upon a cliff, and then a cub appeared. It raced over to the tigers and snuggled between them. Your eyes widened, and you tore yourself away. 


Everything was too bright. You clenched your head with your paws as dots scurried across your vision. The dots faded in and out until your eyes finally readjusted. 


"What did you see?" the tiger demanded.


The deep, rumbling voice surprised you. You pushed yourself into a sitting position and saw the tiger standing a few feet away. His amber eyes were filled with fierce curiosity.

Written by falconess22 on 26 March 2016

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"Nothing. I saw nothing," you insisted.


However, the tiger seemed unconvinced. He stood there for a few moments and acted as if he might press the matter. You knew his mind was running with frenzied thoughts, trying to decide a course of action. In the end, he turned away and stepped off a rocky ledge. He grasped the horns of a deer-like creature and dragged it to the fireside. The creature was clearly dead with patches of dried blood coating its fur.


"I saw something in fire once," the tiger mused, mainly to himself.


You took a deep breath and glanced warily back to the flames. "It was nothing," you whispered. 


A silence grew between you. For the longest time, you stared at the fire and watched it crackle and spit sparks. To the side, you heard the tiger digging his sharp claws into the prey and pulling it apart. As the silence prolonged, a savoury smell hit you, making your ears perk up. It must be the deer, and it smelled so tasty.


"Want some?" the tiger inquired. He leaned over the deer and offered you a crude slice of meat. 


You stared at the raw meat with some inhibition. You couldn't eat that. It felt wrong somehow, especially with the dead creature's eyes staring at you. Instinct forced your paw outward though, and you took the warm meat from the tiger. 


"Well, eat it, or it'll get cold." 


Once again, you were torn between intuition and instinct. You wanted to cook the meat in the fire, but you had no means of doing so. If you even attempted it, the tiger would most likely judge you. He clearly caught the deer for both of you to devour, and you were hungry, very hungry. Your stomach grumbled eagerly as the meat's scent penetrated your nostrils, but throughout your entire life, you were taught to never eat raw meat due to food poisoning or parasites. Your paws began quivering with anticipation. You took a tentative bite and felt the delicious flavor burst across your new palate. Your guilt faded away instantly. 


"I was unsure myself the first time, but you'll get used to it," the tiger muttered. He procured another piece of meat for himself. You noticed the red stains around his maw. 

Written by falconess22 on 27 March 2016

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"No, I won't." you say


The tiger lowered the meat from his jaws and sighed. "You'll feel that way at first. It'll become easier." 


"I'm not going to accept this!" you growled. In your anger, you threw the meat down and stood aggressively, fur rising along your spine. You were still a male trapped within this female body, and you weren't willing to live like this. 


"Sit down!" the tiger bellowed. 


His booming voice echoed throughout the cavern and sent shivers of fear throughout your body. You felt like snarling and roaring deep down, but only a mewling whimper rose in your throat. Clenching your paws, you returned to your crouched position and glanced away from the tiger. The tiger began speaking in another language, one that you didn't quite understand. You assumed that he was cursing. With some dismay, you retrieved your discarded piece of meat and began chewing numbly at its edge. You swallowed slowly, the meat edging down your throat and seemingly losing all of its taste. 


"How can you live like this? This isn't right," you muttered. 


The tiger raised his head and narrowed his eyes at you. For a few moments, it seemed like he might snap at you again. "There's nothing that I can do about it. I've been this way for years. For awhile, my husband and I were determined to escape this nightmare. We thought that we were going to find a way out. What were we supposed to do though?"


You remained silent.


"This defies all logic. It's magic or something worse. How can we undo this when we don't even understand how it happened?"


"The costumes, they're the cause of this." 


"Yes, but would you have considered this possible in the past?"


"Of course not." 


"Exactly. Then, how are we supposed to get out? How are we supposed to know how to return to our previous lives?" the tiger questioned. He growled to himself in frustration and took an enormous bite from the deer meat.

Written by falconess22 on 28 March 2016

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"What about your husband? Where is he now?"


The tiger's body filled with tension. "He's no longer here."


"Then, where is he?"


"I don't know. He was obsessed with escaping this jungle. Take a look." The tiger nodded behind you.


You turned and noticed the inscriptions layering the cave wall, stretching across the entire rock face. There were messages written in a frenzied fashion. Some of them listed options, but most of them were scratched out, presumably because they didn't work. The other half of the wall was consumed with etchings of stick figures and landmarks. "Is that a map of the jungle?" 




"So, we're at the waterfall." The waterfall was one of the more prominent features of the primitive map. Home base was here. You tried to imagine the cave occupying two tigers, two tigers deeply connected to one another. If the tiger's husband was no longer here, than something must have happened to him. 


"And did he escape?"


"I don't know."


"What do you mean?"


"I don't know. One day, he was here, and then, he wasn't. He left and never looked back."


You released a sigh and crossed over to the tiger, sitting down beside him. "He must have left somehow. What if he's back to normal? You're here, and he's back home. Don't you want to get back?"




"Then, you must know how he did it." If he did escape this world, that is. Something else might have happened. You remembered seeing villages on that map, and the villages must be filled with hunters. You didn't want to think about it. Biting your lip, you tilted your head up and tried making eye contact with the tiger. The male must have a solution to this.


"It was a last resort. I never thought that it could work. It was too dangerous."

Written by falconess22 on 29 March 2016

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"It doesn't matter how dangerous it is. I'm willing to do anything to become normal again."


"There's a shaman in the nearby village. My husband thought that he could fight magic with magic. I have no idea what the shaman told him, but I can remember his last moments with me. He caught a creature quite like this one," the tiger insisted, nodding to their dinner. "Then, he removed the pelt. He left the meat, the bones, the organs all over the cave. He never bothered eating any of it. The pelt was the only thing missing. He left with it and never came back. For days, he had been saying how he found the solution. He was becoming forgetful, blinded by this need to fix this. He forgot me."


The male tiger seemed deflated. He was hunching, glaring at the ground and squeezing the life out of the deer meat. 


"Maybe, he wanted to see if it worked." 


The tiger shook his head.


"We'll just do what he did. We'll catch two more deer and go find the shaman. We can get out of here!" you exclaimed. 


"You're willing to risk that? You have no idea what will happen. What if we're reincarnated into another animal? What if we're lower on the food chain? What if the village kills us?"


You reached outward and grasped the tiger's paw. "It's better than doing nothing. This is not a life. We have one goal, and we're not going to fail. I need your help though. I don't know how to hunt or how to find my way around the jungle." 


The tiger seemed reluctant. Your mind bounced back to the vision in the flames. It's possible that the two tigers were the male and his husband. However, you were not going to take that risk. 


"Not tonight. It's too late."

Written by falconess22 on 30 March 2016

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"Thank you!" You smiled eagerly and hugged the tiger without thinking. You felt his warm fur and the strong muscles resting just beneath them. 


The tiger's tail began flicking back and forth, and he appeared rather surprised by your suddenness. He melted into the embrace and accepted it.  "I'll do what I can, tigress," he whispered in your ear.


You closed your eyes and loosened your grip. The tiger simply nudged you closer and allowed you to rest in his lap. His fur was softer than the rocky ground at any rate, and you felt absolutely exhausted. You leaned your back against his chest, feeling extremely tense. The tiger rumbled softly, reaching upward with his paws and massaging your arms. You felt the tension in your body spiking in resistance to his touch. It felt so strange yet comforting at the same time. You could trust this male tiger for the time being, and you yearned for some form of companionship. They had similar goals, and come morning, you'd set off to achieve them. 


"Relax," he purred, moving his paws to your shoulders. 


You pulled your knees closer to your body, curling up in his lap. You tucked your arms against your chest and rested your eyes momentarily. You wouldn't fall asleep here. You were just conserving body heat despite the roaring fire in front of you. Your eyelids felt heavier and heavier, and you were enthralled with the embers' lazy dance. You glanced upward and noticed a tiny opening at the very top of the cave where the sky peeked through. The embers were floating towards the night, glowing bright orange as they lit the way for the others. You felt so tired that there were fiery trails criss-crossing over your vision. Your head lulled backward beneath the tiger's chin, and you began to doze off. 

Written by falconess22 on 31 March 2016

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