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#1 2008-10-20 20:11:12

soulscar
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A bit odd...

I'm not sure if this s in the right place or not, but here goes...
I just recently have been starting too get shifts where i actually turn into an animal, i used too get them where i just moved out of my body, but stayed in human form. but now since i started getting them, i was almost 100% certain that i was a fox. but then i got a few phantom shifts as a wolf, and i got three or four as a boar. Is this normal when you first start getting shifts? And, too be honest, i'm not even sure if what i have been having is actually phantom shifts or not. Any replies at all would be GREATLY appreciated.

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#2 2008-10-20 20:16:36

Shuri
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Re: A bit odd...

That is odd, i dont know what 2 tell you, havent had my first shift, phantom or otherwise, srry im not of much help. hmm


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#3 2008-10-20 23:19:42

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Re: A bit odd...

Is what normal? Having more than one form - yep. Being a Boar? - Not really but it's not unthinkable. Nice change of pace actually - I don't think I've ever met a Boar before.

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#4 2008-10-21 19:22:49

soulscar
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Re: A bit odd...

Is shifting oddly when you first start getting shifts normal is what i meant. I think it's wierd because i have characteristics like a fox, and i would say i have a few of a wolf, but i don't think i have much or any characteristics in tune with a boar, and i have only shifted into a boar 3 or 4 times, like i said before but i have only been shifting for about a month or two, so i guess it's still a possibility...maybe? though i am very new too the concept of actually being a therian, i first heard about it less than a month ago, and i'm only 13, so i think it might be a good chance that i'm overlooking somthing...


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#5 2008-10-21 22:51:35

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Re: A bit odd...

Soulscar, shifting isn't normal. If you're shifting at all, it's pretty odd.

You heard about therianthropy about a month ago - I'd say you're probably missing something. I've been a werewolf for 55 years and I'm still missing things.

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#6 2008-10-29 05:34:30

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Re: A bit odd...

You're 13. Chances are pretty good it ain't real and it's just willful thinking with your imagination, kiddo. But hey, always good to be a healthy daydreamer! Means you're one of us quirky folks for the rest of your quirky and day-dreamy life big_smile


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#7 2008-10-29 14:18:05

soulscar
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Re: A bit odd...

Vanarchy wrote:

You're 13. Chances are pretty good it ain't real and it's just willful thinking with your imagination, kiddo. But hey, always good to be a healthy daydreamer! Means you're one of us quirky folks for the rest of your quirky and day-dreamy life big_smile

Could be, i have a wierd imigination, and my shifts are a lot different from everone elses.
But then again... only a few of my shifts come naturally, the others i just kinda do when i move out of my body, though i'm beginning too think i'm just fooling my mind.


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#8 2008-10-29 21:38:58

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Re: A bit odd...

I think the big question here is what do you think a normal shift is like? To be honest, I have yet to hear two people describe their shifts the exact same way.


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#9 2008-11-02 17:05:32

soulscar
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Re: A bit odd...

Kinda hard too explain, but it's like my torso and head stay where thay are, but my torso shrinks and i can feel ears and a muzzle on my head, but my head stays the same size and shape otherwise, and my limbs just sort of dissapear and are instantly replaced with thinner ones that are a bit shorter, and have paws instead of hands or feet. a really wierd part is that i can feel my thumb halfway up my forearm, and my joints even feel as though they have changed so i can stand with my back legs at about a 90 degree angle, and my arms and legs are all the same length.

And sorry i took so long so reply on that milana, i use the computors at my school and theyr'e not always open sad

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