The Lord of the Rings

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Wesley Thomas
Whargs-huge riding dogs used by the Uruk-hai horde as mounts-are killed in battle.
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Does a cat die?
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bpekar9
No animals we're meant to care about, but several horses and an oliphaunt are killed in battle.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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Are there bugs?
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Wesley Thomas
Ringwraiths, who resemble empty cloaks and armor riding black warhorses. The Dead Men of Dunharrow, who are neon-green spectres who alternate between freshly dead" and "skeleton."
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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MelMelodies
TERRIFYING SPIDERS WHAT THE F***
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Crow75
In The Lord of the Rings no, in The Hobbit yes.
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Does a kid die?
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bpekar9
Theoden. Denethor.
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Wesley Thomas
Denethor sets himself on fire and jumps off a cliff.
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jaimieamb
There is no actual drowning but there are 2 near drowning scenes where the characters are saved at the last minute
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Wesley Thomas
Denethor sets himself on fire and jumps off a cliff.
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Wittlash
Eowyn is placing herself in that gender role and others are accepting it. This is actually the opposite of misgendering
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Wesley Thomas
Gollum is boiled alive to extract information
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Wesley Thomas
In the extended edition, Faramír and Eyoin bond in a convalescent ward.
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Crow75
I mean, the Ring in itself causes a psychological addiction. Gollum for example is obviously suffering from this.
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MelMelodies
Faramir was emotionally and psychologically abused by Denethor his whole life, and Boromir was abused through Golden Child Syndrome. There isn’t a child abuse category, so I’ll put this here just in case.
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Gollum bites off Frodo's forefinger in Return of the King
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Wesley Thomas
Swords and axes are the primary weapons used in battle. An Uruk-Hai soldier is dismembered.
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