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Just, why not? She can be herself and him himself without any of them needing to change.

Besides, I think they might give birth to half-ogre humans or half-human ogres.

  • 3
    That's not how the magic works? – Adamant May 17 at 20:17
  • This question is likely to attract downvotes due to the unnecessary commentary. – Valorum May 17 at 20:44
  • Well. Have you see "the gif" involving black widow and the Hulk? – Naib May 20 at 22:56
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The curse is explicit. While the curse operates, the cursee will oscillate between the two forms, human and ogre. When the curse is broken, the cursee will then transform into the form (of the two) that their true love most desires.

"By night one way
By day another.
This shall be the norm
Until you find true love's first kiss
And then take love's true form"

Obviously the curser expected her to revert to human form (by being rescued by a brave human) and most likely didn't expect that her true love would prefer her in her ogre form, but that's just how these things work out.

  • What about Dama Fortuna though? – Adamant May 18 at 2:40
  • @Adamant Well, some theorise SHE cursed Fiona, so there IS that. – Alex Downs May 19 at 15:32
  • Also, the magic-users In Shrek’s Swamp were seen at the wedding, so couldn’t one of THEM turn Fiona back into human. I know I would’ve. – Alex Downs May 19 at 15:34

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