Worm

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Does a cat die?
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Thomas Dingus Bingus Maddock
Many dogs die at some point.
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DisplayName156789
Bugs. All of the bugs
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AonR
One villain orchestrates them another uses violence to stop them
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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klin
A main character's powers revolve around controlling bugs, including spiders.
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Dianthus
There's a lady named Dragon who is not actually a dragon, and a dude who can kinda turn into a dragon, but no actual dragons, unfortunately.
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JudeC
There are detailed, dark descriptions of individuals in the midst of drug use and addiction.
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AonR
There is an entire Gang of drug users
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StopThinking
While not described in overt detail, a fairly important antagonist's genitals are attacked by venomous bugs.
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DrStalker
Yes but not described on-screen. (other than in the "missing interlude" chapter that was removed from the main story a few hours after being written)
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grendelkhan
At least one villain habitually eats people; it's described in some detail.
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GrapeSoda
A character gets both his arm and leg torn from his body via a laser.
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mosca_angelo
Trigger events are functionally seizures, and there are a lot of them.
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Hawkins
There are two eye removal scenes. The second one is a bit more descriptive.
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Yes
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DStalker
At a mundane level a student steals another students project work to pass off as their own. If you include cheating the standard laws of physics as humans understand them then there is a lot of cheating.
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conarh
In the first arc
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JudeC
Yes, in first-person detail.
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Virt37
Quite the opposite, actually. The heroes in this book are a very blatant metaphor for police, and they're shown to be incompetent in many ways, and repeatedly fail/let down the main character, leading to her joining the villains.
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GrapeSoda
A character is shown to be suffering from an extreme form of cancer before receiving their powers.
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bork
Bitch is heavily implied to be autistic
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yass
The majority of the characters with powers are mentally ill and violent
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somewhatLazy
Part of a major character's backstory involves someone dying by suicide. A villainous character is pushed into suicide by the protagonist.
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Does a baby cry?
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Dianthus
This is a book. There is no camera.
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mosca_angelo
Skidmark's dilapidated mall's party and even his power are very strobe-like. Moreover, Gray Boy and Ignis Fatuus are walking strobe effects on their own. Although this is a book, so it probably won't cause any strobe-related issues to readers.
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DouglastheDragon01
In arc two, the r-word is used. There might be more, but I'm not that far into it yet.
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DrStalker
It's worth adding that the neo-nazi group in the story is very presented as being evil/wrong, and the author clearly does not support or promote their their viewpoints.
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GrapeSoda
A group of thugs is shown shouting homophobic slurs at a person that they had recently assaulted. It is to note that the person that they were assaulting was not LGBT+.
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AonR
Villain group described as "Neo Nazis"
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Dianthus
There's a fade-to-black if characters participate in sexual activity. We know that certain characters have sex, but we do not see any scenes of it happening.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
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AonR
Alludes to the feelings being present but the relationship itself never forms if I remember correctly
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Hawkins
Not in the main narrative of the story, but there are characters that have previously perpetrated or been the victim of sexual assault.
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Dianthus
It's bittersweet. Not that happy, not that sad.
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Dianthus
Largest potential trigger of the book behind bugs. There is more blood/gore in this than, more than likely, any other media you are likely to consume. It doesn't feel like "too much" if you're okay with it, but if you're not okay with gore, this will very likely be quite disturbing.
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