Also, since I actually went to check and had difficulty finding it:
The Legends of Spyro is currently in the Series folder, under "LoS". Which is both the obvious place and incredibly not, I don't know why Brutus would label it like that.
So, yeah, Dark Aether. It's great!>>64773345
Well, personally speaking, I also picked up the shit from Labyrinth, "In Thirteen Hours You'll Be Mine", which lets you turn people into goblins (or something else, if you bought the personal Kingdom from Drop In), but they lose anything special about them if you do that. Memories, powers, all that goes gone, and they just become a goblin/thing. Existentially horrifying, probably. But they become followers, so that's neat.
It's kindof only good for forming useless sycophants or very purposefully shitting on someone who thought they were all that.
If you're willing to go to Final Fantasy XIII-3, there's a perk called Via Corruptio, which basically allows you to throw corruptive feels and memories at people and gradually turn them into a feral monster, with appropriate physical changes. This, like the stuff from Labyrinth, ultimately destroys their personality. But it's a fun sadist-y alternative to killing them. Try it on one unlucky member of an adventuring party for maximum fun.
I also picked up the "Transformation" specialization for Witchcraft in Chronicles of Narnia. There's precedence, in that Edmund ends up temporarily transformed into a dragon in the third book. So that's pretty neat.
On that note, transformation spells are an (unlisted) part of Misery's powerset in Cave Story, which you can buy into. Canon examples are mimigas and giant frogs, if you're into that. Maybe more.
But finally, probably the best one actually comes from Re:Zero, the Authority of Lust, which basically lets you transform yourself or others into actually whatever you want, albeit with an appropriate chunk of mana blown.
Turn that clown guy into a candelabra, if you want.
Think that's it.