|I like to write short, TF related stories mostly involving human to anthro, reality changes, mind changes/control and hypnosis. I am by no means a professional writer, but I write what I like and I hope you can enjoy my TFs, too!|
Forest of the Bulba-people (Anthro Bulbasaur TFs)
The forest was one of the reasons why Nurse Joy decided to work out there. There was a natural sense of serenity and this specific forest was the one where the legendary “Mysterious Garden” was said to be located. While she knew many people thought it to be an illusion, the sudden, beautiful blooming of flowers that occurred every so often was one clue that suggested its existence. If that wasn’t evidence enough, she was happily convinced when a group of young trainers had told her of their experience witnessing the festival within the garden itself!
Regardless, it was beautiful nights like this that attracted her in the first place. She would often take walks on these nights when the Pokémon Center was quiet enough, which happened often at night since its location away from the main road makes it less traveled to.
This night was particularly special, as the flowers that bloomed appeared to be forming a path, as if it were making a way for the nurse. Curious about the flowers’ strange behavior she decided to follow the path, unaware that slithering shadows trailing her amongst the bushes.
The flowering path eventually lead the nurse to a small clearing, no wider than a few yards across. “Strange… Why would this lead me to a dead end?” She thought to herself. The answer would soon be made clear to her as the shadows snuck up from behind her, revealing themselves to be vines as they wrapped around her arms and legs, holding her against the ground. She cried in panic at the sudden attack, though her chance to scream would not come as a flurry of spores flew out from the bushes, covering the poor nurse from head to toe. Her scared voiced slowly died out as her vision blurred and, soon after, blacked out.
Sleepily opening her eyes, she suddenly sprung up as she realized that she was not in her cozy bed as usual, but right outside the Pokémon Center! Looking around, she realized that the sky was just beginning to turn a lighter shade of blue accompanied by beams of light, indicating the sunrise. She also noticed she was sitting in a bed of soft flowers. Holding her head, she attempted to recall the events from last night, failing to do so. She soon shrugged it off, knowing that what was important was that she had a job to do as the Nurse Joy of the Pokémon Center. Brushing off the pollen that covered her, she went back inside to perform her duties as a nurse, vaguely aware of the unnatural feeling on top of her head and the strange colored spores that fell from her ears…
The day went by smoothly, with trainers coming in to heal their Pokémon and to rest up before heading out once more. Evening soon fell, and a surprising amount of people had decided to stay over the night. Despite its out-of-the-way location, the area has had a few moments of popularity, with most of its guests staying solely to see the phenomenon of the beautiful, enigmatic nature of the undergrowth.
The group of trainers and tourists had all retreated to their rooms for the night when something odd began happening in and outside the center. Spores began to fill the air in every room as they emanated from potted bulbs that Nurse Joy had placed earlier. She didn’t know why she had done so, nor would she ever question it as her eyes and mind began to haze over, the iris in her eye becoming a soft red color. Her nurse hat began to shift before falling off completely; revealing that the weird feeling she had was due to the green bulb growing atop her head. The bulb had grown from a seed that was planted in her head, taking root into her brain and becoming a permanent feature, similar to that of a Bulbasaur’s.
Doors began opening with the young trainers and tourists slowly walking out, their minds in a dazed, controlled state. They didn’t question the nurse’s odd behavior or their own, only walking out the front door that Joy just unlocked and towards a destination they did not know of, but were compelled to travel to anyways.
Squirrel Jenn (Anthro Squirrel TFs)
Sunlight spilled over Jenn’s face, waking her right before the alarm clock rang out as usual. Smiling at the new day, she reached over her bed, turning off the ringing bells and throwing her sheets into the air. There wasn’t any special occasion that day, but her cheery personality allowed her to be as happy and perky as much as she wanted to. She took a quick look out the window to admire the oak tree outside before washing up, wondering only for a second whether or not the tree had always been there…
Dressed in her school uniform, Jenn slid down the stair rail, landing at just the right moment to launch into the kitchen, only to find it empty. Bewildered by the absence of her parents, she checked any signs of a note before realizing the clock in the kitchen was behind an hour.
“Of course! I totally forgot that I set the clock in my room ahead. The early bird gets the worm!” As if on cue, a few tweets were chirped, warranting a smile from Jenn. “Well speaking of which… might as well enjoy the morning nature!”
Stepping out into the backyard, Jenn took a deep breath in and out, relishing the fresh crisp air being warmed by the sun. She leaned on the large oak, rubbing her hand over the soft bark and enjoying the feel of the tree before a small object bounced off her head. Looking down, she bent over to observe what appeared to be a large acorn lying on the grass. The nut gleamed softly against the light, as if it were compelling her to take it. She smiled at it, placing it into her shirt pocket for safe keeping, thinking that it makes for a nice charm for the day.
Jenn took another glance around to see that there were a few more lying around. “I guess a little morning present from nature will help brighten the morning!” With that, she began picking a few more while unaware of her cheeks stretching a little bit.
Her parents were still asleep, making it easier to sneak into their bedroom to leave an acorn next to faces. Smiling at her success, she tip-toed back downstairs to make her lunch as her parent’s faces stretched into cheeky grins as they inhaled the scent from their gift from nature.
Opening up the cupboard, her nose led her to the peanut butter, soon ending with her packing two peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and some granola bars into her lunch box, oblivious to the fact that the sandwiches were crammed with peanut butter and oddly missing the jam. Bounding out the door, she giddily made her way to the bus stop with her school bag, saying her quick farewells to her parents. The sleepy couple saw their daughter off, neither Jenn nor her parents noticed their front teeth growing in size.
Hopping onto the bus, she noticed that many of the other students seemed to be giddy, though she had overlooked the fact that they all had similar stretched out, cheeky smiles. While navigating to her usual seat, Jenn had the strong urge to scrunch her lips a bit, eventually doing so and letting her two front teeth stick over her lip, growing larger and more prominent by the second. She finally got to her usual spot where her friend Julie also sat, giving her the same cheeky smile as she moved aside from saving her spot.
An incomplete story I wrote for bobbyj251's photomanip he made for this story.
Sorry I couldn't finish this, friend. I just had a horrible writer's block that shouldn't have been there.
The Wolfdog’s New Pack (Anthro Dog TFs)
Wolfdog Forest was the jogger’s and hiker’s place for a nice run through nature. The two young women walking through one of the trails had walked through there many times, talking and gossiping with each other while enjoying the isolation of that particular path.
That day would change them when a wolfdog had walked out of a trail they swore they never saw on during any of their previous walks. Both were naturally startled by its appearance, even though it appeared to be nonaggressive to them, docile even. Before they had a chance to react and back away, their eyes were inadvertently drawn towards its eyes. The wolfdog’s stare was golden and sharp, piercing into their minds as they continued to gaze in fear.
But then, their fear began to melt as those golden eyes delved deeper into their souls, discarding their human instincts and replacing them with canine ones, along with bestowing onto them new thoughts of sisterhood and loyalty to the pack it was creating, starting with them. Their mouths began to shift into smiles as their minds were cradled in content by the canine aura that now shaped it.
“Sister… we have been called to our alpha’s pack.” One of them said to her best friend in a soft, yet loyal tone, their names fading from their minds as meaningless words.
“Yes sister… our alpha wishes to bring glory back to the pack. We must answer our alpha’s call.” Her friend answered almost robotically in stilled excitement. “But we cannot until we have embraced our canine selves.”
“You are correct sister. We must embrace the transformation to be accepted into the pack.”
“We must embrace the transformation.” They said in unison. At their response, the eyes of the wolfdog began to glow brighter, now reshaping their souls as well as their bodies. Their first changes came when their noses began to darken and become leathery. Their eyes became half-lidded as they blissfully welcomed the feeling of their faces stretching into short muzzles.The wolfdog had no intention of changing them into feral dogs, but rather anthro dog people to suit its need to expand the pack, and the girls knew this as they accepted their changes and allowed the wolfdog to do with them what it wanted. Fur soon followed after their extended faces, with one of the girls growing white fur on her front and dark grey fur on her back while the other grew dark fur on her muzzle and brown fur spreading from it; a Siberian Husky and German Shepherd respectively.