The famed Medallion of Zulo has been used many times before, here and elsewhere, but this might just be the first time it’s been used to (in effect) bring a deceased person back to life. But when you think about, why not? It’s actually a victimless crime (if a crime it be to steal someone else’s life, and let’s face it—it be). Here there’s no forcing the other person into the hero’s (I use the term loosely) former life, either by force or trickery, and arguably there’s less trauma on other people (assuming that few will miss our “hero”, who seems to think little enough of his old life that throwing it away is no problemo). So maybe what we’ve got here is that rarest of beasts: a guilt-free TG caption. Enjoy!
Of course, you’ve still got the psychologically “interesting” situation of a son turning himself into his own mother. It appears often enough in TG fiction to be a trope all by itself, and I’ve written about it a few times myself (note the huge understatement), so I’ll just point you to the last occurrence: last year’s “Meet the New Mommy“. For the record, I had a pretty good (not perfect) relationship with my own mother, who passed away lo these many years ago (more than I care to think about).
P.S. This is another rather large caption with lots of text, so here’s the JPG.