(12 votes) (4.58)
A girl with limited options volunteers to become a potted plant.
“Am I going to be stuck in this pot for a whole year?” I complained.
“Don’t worry,” Violet reassured me. “I spend most of my time out here in the garden. I’ll keep you company.”
“As you merge with the plant, you will establish a symbiotic relationship with it. Your body will provide for it, and it will provide for you. You will lead an exciting new life as the world’s first human-animal hybrid,” Dr. Spencer said proudly.
“Care to see what you look like?” Violet asked as some guy in a jumpsuit wheeled in a full-length mirror.
I shrugged. “Why not?”
My jaw dropped when I saw my reflection. I looked strangely beautiful, an exotic, alluring blend of girl and plant. The vines looked like they were a part of my skin rather than crudely attached. The leaves accentuated my curves, leaving me both covered and exposed at the same time. The strangest part by far was the look on my face. I looked content, even happy in my pot.
(8 votes) (4.88)
A brief overview of the alluring and seductive Homorosa carolinaesapiens, commonly known as dryad.
Common Name: Dryad, Nymph
Species: Homorosa carolinaesapiens
Physical Characteristics: A dryad, also known as a nymph or plantgirl, is a humanoid cross-species with a unique set of floral traits and physiology. The most immediately obvious difference between a dryad and a human woman is her color. Her skin pigment consists of varying shades of verdant green, from bright emerald to deep forest. Her skin is also covered with a series of vines over varying thicknesses, which wrap around their thighs, torsos, arms. These vines grow both into and out of her skin and muscles, and are as sensitive to touch as the rest of her body.
(6 votes) (4.00)
A brief overview of the beautiful and intriguing Homoaves haliaeetosapiens, commonly known as harpy.
Common Name: Harpy, Birdgirl
Species: Homoaves haliaeetosapiens
Physical Characteristics: A harpy, less commonly known as a birdgirl, is a humanoid cross-species with notable avian traits and physiology. The majority of a harpy’s body looks virtually identical to that of a human woman, with a few significant differences. Most obvious are her wings, which unlike the membrane wings of a dragoness or a succubus, are feathered extensions of her arms, with an average wingspan of approximately fifteen feet. Harpies also possess feathered tails, which are used in flight to change direction quickly. Last but not least are the feet, which transition from human legs at the base of the calves into scaled avian talons.
(10 votes) (3.90)
“Did you not read your contract?” he asked.
“What contract? She took a breast enhancement mutagen,” Sam insisted.
The doctor blanched. “Oh dear. That is unfortunate.”
“What is happening to me?” I demanded.
“Well, it seems as though you’ve stumbled across one vial from a lot of bovine mutagen that was reported missing a few weeks ago. This mutagen is very potent, very strictly regulated. It is a speciating mutagen, resulting in a fundamental change in the genetic and physical makeup of the subject it is administered to,” he explained.
“What does that mean?” Sam asked.
“It means that you are transforming into what is colloquially known as a cowgirl, a genetically engineered hybrid designed for maximized milk production.”
(7 votes) (4.14)
A brief overview of the beautiful and alluring Homobos taurusapiens, commonly known as cowgirl / holstaur.
Common Name: Cowgirl, Holstaur
Species: Homobos taurusapiens
Physical Characteristics: A cowgirl is a humanoid cross-species, with obvious bovine physiological traits. These traits include ivory horns of varying length, thickness, and coloration as well as large cow-like ears capable of changing direction in response sound and emotional reactions. Cowgirls also lack canines, possessing an additional set of molars in their place as well as an elongated tongue to aid in grazing. Cowgirls have Holstein patterned and fur pigmentation, soft fur covering the arms, legs, back, and buttocks, but notably absent from the face, neck, chest, abdominal and groin region.
(9 votes) (4.44)
A brief overview of the seductive and misunderstood Homoserpentes scytaleapiens, commonly known as lamia / naga.
Common Name: Lamia, Naga, Gorgon
Species: Homoserpentes scytaleapiens
Physical Characteristics: A lamia, also known as a naga or gorgon is a humanoid cross-species, with dramatic reptilian and serpentine characteristics. These traits include eyes with slitted pupils and amber colored irises, retractable fangs with venom glands, and thermal-sensitive pits in the on the edge of each eye socket. Naga tongues are long, forked, and extremely sensitive, capable of identifying scents imperceptible to most other species, save for dog and wolf hybrids. Lamia hair varies from humanoid texture to long tendril-like spines, commonly mistaken for snakes.