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I saw it once on TV and the only thing I can remember is someone changing genders when he/she was dumped in water (presumably hot).

Can anyone match up these details to an anime series that might have this?

Thanks.

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can you provide some more info - when you saw it, what the main character looked like, etc? –  Toshinou Kyouko Aug 23 at 22:03
    
@ToshinouKyouko like i said this is the only thing i remember i didn't get a good look at the main character and im not even sure if that was the main character –  NoLifeKing Aug 25 at 6:36

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This sounds like Ranma 1/2 - The main character changes gender when they get splashed or come in contact with water

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Ranma Saotome and his father, Genma, both practitioners of the Saotome school of anything-goes martial arts, fall into the cursed springs of the legendary training ground of Jusenkyo in mainland China during a training mission. Each spring holds a different curse for any who come in contact with its water, all of which involve who or what has drowned in the spring in the past - Ranma emerges from the spring a girl and Genma a panda, both now cursed to change forms each time they come in contact with hot and cold water. MAL

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Hot water change them to their original state while cold water change them to "curse" state –  Oshino Shinobu Aug 24 at 8:36
    
could be this one but are there any others and the character changing genders doesn't have to be the main character –  NoLifeKing Aug 25 at 6:39
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@NoLifeKing You should try watching something about the anime in hand, to see if it triggers your visual memory. IF you are asking for a list of gender-changing-in-water anime, then... –  Mindwin Aug 25 at 15:02

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