Dark Souls

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adorabledogbug
If you consider a wolf a dog, then yes. Great Gray Wolf Sif must be fought to proceed with the game.
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Does a pet die?
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RevonTulet
No dogs fighting each other but you have to fight a big wolf/dog to finish the game.
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Salad
Do not kill the crawling guys in blighttown. They have cocoons on their head.
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GothGF
There are a handful of dragon and dragonlike enemies that can be killed, including two bosses. One of the dragon bosses must be killed to complete the game.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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adorabledogbug
There are numerous rats and a few other creatures that can be killed in the game.
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Naenaebaby
The snake people of Sen's Fortress. Also Frampt and Kaathe.
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GothGF
There is a boss called Quelaag who is half spider (her bottom half is a giant spider). Her sister who is also half spider is an npc. There are spider-like enemies in the same area though they can be avoided and aren't particularly bad.
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SiriusStarr
There are several (very, very large) cats that are typically fought and killed in one area of the game, though they are not strictly mandatory to fight and could theoretically be skipped.
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GothGF
Unless you count the player characters need to constantly chug glowing orange juice, no. There are various items that can be consumed but I wouldn't consider any of them drugs, they are mostly buff and healing items.
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olives
There is an enemy phantom who is named man eater Mildred who is canonically a cannibal and there are butchers in the game who are cutting in identified meat, but no eating of humans is shown
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ChristyPaino
You can cut the tails off certain enemies for unique weapons. Their tail will be an obviously cut stump from then on
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StefanEats
There are many points where you can be burned alive, and if you choose to you can burn others alive. While such victims clearly emote that they are suffering, the effect is not particularly graphic.
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spires_ghost
In order to join a specific covenant the player must “nestle into” a coffin in an underground crypt. This is optional and the player character is able to harmlessly leave the coffin after about 30 seconds.
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StefanEats
You may be tortured in real life by some bosses' refusal to die. Besides that, torture is an underlying theme throughout the game.
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RodrigoAravena
There's a character called Artorias who has a broken arm.
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StefanEats
Any character found near a cliff, the player included, can fall to their death.
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Despair
There are tiny skeletons that attack the player character just before the Nito fight. You don't see them die on screen, but you will probably have to kill them if you stay in the area very long.
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SiriusStarr
Individuals are abducted by Seath's various minions, but they are not children and it's very easy to play the game without noticing this/figuring it out.
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thenerdman55
A female corpse can be found with a twin humanities, it theorized that this implies that the woman was pregnant at the time of her death.
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adorabledogbug
In the New Londo ruins, The primary enemy are the burned down ghosts of the victims of the ruins.
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GothGF
Sort of. There aren't any scripted jumpscares, but there are definitely times when an enemy can sneak up on you and frighten you or attack from off screen. There are also enemies that hide and can grab you unawares. It's not particularly offensive, and it isn't really a horror game. There are definitely scary parts though. There is an area that is very dark and you are required to carry a light source, even when you do you can only see a short distance and enemies can and likely will appear out of darkness and scare you.
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GothGF
Some nonhuman enemies have spitting attacks. As well as attacks that cause clouds of gas, no farting that I know of. There is a throwable item called "dung pie" which is poop. There is also an opportunity to perform a critical attack on a boar where the player stabs a sword up it's bottom.
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GothGF
There is an undead dragon enemy that vomits toxic sludge. There are other enemies that spit or are just gross.
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RodrigoAravena
There is a status effect called "bleeding" which when applied can be heard
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KimPixelMaker
The starting area is referred as the "Undead Asylum" It is however more so a medieval jail than anything resembling modern mental institute.
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tbfra
There’s an option to climb inside a stone casket. It closes on you, and there’s a short stretch where you see from the inside where you’re trapped. This only lasts a few seconds and might be skippable (don’t remember off the top of my head).
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Does a baby cry?
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StefanEats
As mentioned above (does a mother die) this is only implied by a "twin souls" item being recovered from a woman's corpse. It's also missable and skippable.
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Iselda
Gwyndolin is described in-game as a boy raised as a girl, although it is implied that they may be a trans woman. Either way, they are consistently misgendered.
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Naenaebaby
A few jokes among the community about Dark Sun Gwyndolin, but not in game.
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GothGF
Players can leave messages in your world using a template and a list of phrases. One of these is "fatty". It's fairly tame but it's there.
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Naenaebaby
There are no Jewish people in Lordran.
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Iselda
Gwyndolin, who is arguably a trans woman, is referred to with male pronouns. In-game messages left by other players frequently call Gwyndolin the t-slur, although this was not the choice of the developers.
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adorabledogbug
Gwyndolin, youngest son of gwyn, was raised as a girl. You could argue that this would mean they are trans. They are an optional boss at anor londo.
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maleficar
Queelag is a half-woman, half-spider hybrid, and her torso is nude, however, her chest is covered by her hair. Also, players can leave messages in your world, and a possible message is "Try finger but hole". I think those are the only sexual parts.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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A character described as male , Gwyndolin, is raised as female against his will for being effeminate. It is implied that he is his father's least favorite child because of his lack of masculinity.
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Naenaebaby
The main character either ends up linking the first flame, revitalizing the land and curing the undead curse at the cost of their life, or to not kindle the flame, and bring about an age of darkness.
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