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Are there myths, folklore, tales, or other traditions/tales about monsters regaining their humanity permanently?

The Laidly Worm of Spindleston Heugh was a dragon once a human. Her brother rescued her by kissing her three times. Likewise in Kemp Owen the king's son rescues a lady turned into a dragon by ...
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Are there myths, folklore, tales, or other traditions/tales about monsters regaining their humanity permanently?

The mention of werewolves reminded me of the Rougarou. It's a Cajun descendant of the werewolf legend (loup-garou is French for werewolf), but rather different. (There's possibly some Wendigo and ...
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