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Natalie - Detachable TFs by Stookam Natalie - Detachable TFs by Stookam
Natalie testing out her ability to detach and reattach parts.
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saralexxia Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
So when she takes her mouth off, does it basically function as a portal that leads inside of her?
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Stookam Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2017
Basically. It's like a mouth-shaped Dimension Door. It functions as a part of the same spell that lets her re-assemble - the parts magically "know" what pieces they are in the puzzle that is her body plan.
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saralexxia Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Cool. I wonder why more people don't have that spell performed on them; it all seems like an all-around useful/fun ability to have. I'd certainly do it if I was in that universe.
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Stookam Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2017
Again, it's usually the price.

Casting a spell, especially transformation spells, require components that contain basically the magical equivalent of mass. Equivalent Exchange and all that. Like, you know how in DnD one of the Resurrection requirements was diamond dust? Yeah - not exactly cheap. Baron, in turning Natalie into what she is and making her body so versatile, sank pretty deep into his funds. Also, it involved the extraction and binding of a soul, which is a BIG HUGE ULTRA NO-NO in that universe, as is most Necromancy. Too much room for abuse, even if people who can actually cast magic are relatively rare.

It's for that same reason, as well as magic's inherent unpredictability (however minor), that many people prefer to utilize science-based medical treatment.

Plus, if everyone's bits could be all over the place, you'd have an epidemic of accidental swappery going on, which would be a nightmare to fix. Not just situationally, but medically - so many diseases would get passed around so quickly it'd put the CDC at DEFCON red.
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saralexxia Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Why did it require the extraction and binding of a soul? Was it her soul? If so, why wouldn't the person having it done be able to give permission? I figure the laws against necromancy were made with actions against unwilling souls in mind. I can't imagine they'd be made to prevent people from having their own souls extracted and bound, with their permission. Because then the souls are only being "protected" against getting what they want, which doesn't make any sense at all.

Would it be illegal for someone to perform necromancy on their own soul? (Why?) Or just to do it on someone else's (as Baron did to Natalie), the writers of the law not having considered that someone might give permission?

As for your last point, well, that's just something people would need to adapt to, as if I could make my body parts detachable, it would be within my rights to do so. If that leads to people accidentally spreading diseases, then people need to come up with other ways to prevent that, without sacrificing utility.
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Stookam Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2017
Dude (or Dudette, I'm not gonna assume), I appreciate that you're so curious about the inner workings of my universe, and I'm glad to have such an invested fan...

...but you're asking stuff I just don't have answers for, and/or opening up discussions I have no idea how to further.
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saralexxia Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Sorry. I just get curious about that kind of thing, and like giving my perspective.
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Blaul-Part Featured By Owner Edited Mar 29, 2016
So, is her nose detached to a different place?
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Stookam Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2016
No, I just don't tend to draw them.
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Blaul-Part Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2016
Oh, okay. But, I think that'd make for a good joke - If Natalie finally found her nose, which she didn't even know she had.
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Stookam Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2016
Fair enough.
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Blaul-Part Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2016
Yeah, I guess.
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DaroTheVigil Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2016
The world needs more female characters with detachable face parts.
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Blaul-Part Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2016
Yes.
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IronBrony1981 Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
I love it!:iconhrtplz:
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Dremare Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2016
Natalie's definitely one of the most versatile dA rubber girls, since not a lot of them have this ability. At least the ones I know don't.
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Stookam Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2016
Yeah. She's not so much rubberized (like Kietie and Whiplass) but more made of silly putty.
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Gun-ho Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2016
Defying time and space with that removable mouth there.
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Stookam Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2016
That's what magic's for.
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Gun-ho Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2016
Dang, I wish I had magic. All I got is diet soda.
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Frazamatron Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2016  Student General Artist
So she could potentially stick her eye onto a detached hand and sneak about?
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Stookam Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2016
Yep.
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Frazamatron Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2016  Student General Artist
That's pretty cool! :b
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Sabitha-Suki Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2016  Hobbyist Artist
Ah man I love detachable fun, especially the mouth and face scramble, well done!
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Stookam Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2016
Thanks!
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