“Magic Disguises” For when the need to blend in will be an asset but the subjects are a bit reckless for conventional makeup and costumes. “Will it hurt?” is a valid question regarding magic. Some transformations in media look instant. Others are seamless. Still others appear slow and agonizing. The only anguish an illusion might bring is emotional – people might have trouble relating to who they are when they don’t see/hear/feel it for themselves.

Be careful out there.

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Panel 1
Puccini looks thoughtful and a little concerned.
Puccini: "Well, I'll transform you. So no one needs to act on their base animosities."

Panel 2
The scene shifts to Pōk, who pulls away with much concern, and Fip - hat in hand - leaning in with interest.
Puccini, off-screen: "Now as... Nak has pointed out, we need to head out so...
Pōk: "<Will it hurt?>"

Panel 3
Pōk relaxes some and turns towards an enthusiastic Fip, who moves in closer and and gestures with a hand towards the archer's chin.
Puccini, off-screen: "What? No. It's just an illusion. So group up for the spell."
Fip: "<I want face fur! Shorter than yours!>"

Panel 4
Pōk and Fip pay attention, although the latter is looking disappointed.
Puccini, off-screen: ""Hair." And I don't do requests. But that does give me an idea..."