Wings of Fire

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ZeroiaSD
There's some dragons that are cruel to pets- though often the pets are 'scavengers' (read: humans), so depends how you count it
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Does a pet die?
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Are there bugs?
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ProtoformX
several types of animals are mentioned as food types
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cloverkinz
Many dragons die throughout the series, mostly since ost of the main and side characters are dragons.
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OrigamiArtist
Dragons and prey animals die
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Hooligan
There is most likely more mentions and appearances of snakes, but in the fifth book, two snakes appear, one of them biting and killing one of the characters there.
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PainHh
No cats are shown or mentioned to have died in Wings of Fire, but there are implications of it being a common occurrence; in book 10, a dragonet owns a pet cat and Quibli thinks that the dragonet must be a person of some power since usually the cat would have been eaten by then. It is also said, I can’t quite remember in which book(perhaps book 5?), that pets are usually accidentally eaten by family members of the dragon attempting to keep them. In Legends Dragonslayer, I believe(but I could be misremembering) that Wren comments on how a cat named Dragon was likely to be eaten when faced by an actual dragon. In short, no, no cats die in Wings of Fire but it is hinted at and could still be triggering.
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ZeroiaSD
One character convinces another they has a medical condition to manipulate them.
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BluelsABitConfused
Prince Arctic constantly fights with his wife
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fadedecho
very very graphic emotional abuse and manipulation in book 14, far too many less graphic scenes to mention
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RowanOakley
No, but a few mentions of 'breeding programs'; a dragoness at one point comments that she was ordered to breed in order to produce soldiers for her queen. Also, in the second book, a male dragon mistakenly believes one of the main characters is showing romantic interest in him due to communication issues and tries to act on it, but nothing further happens.
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Hooligan
In the second book, a character gets their teeth pulled out violently by someone else.
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doesthemoosedie
There is one character that is missing a limb due to being in the war, though it is heavily implied that this is a war injury as opposed to purposeful amputation.
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Whiteout
Boa's claws get amputated and bleed due to an animus curse placed on her by her mother whenever she uses magic.
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Daroganheart
There is a character named Peril whose scales cause fire. She in the arena burns many dragons alive.
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GrasshopperKid
Technically DarkStalker was buried alive just he was in a un-awakening sleep
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AwesomeCowDoesStuff
(MILDLY GRAPHIC COMMENT) In one book (Darkstalker: Legends), Darkstalker uses magic to have his father kill himself by cutting out his tongue and spilling his internal organs onto the ground. And in the first book, Queen Scarlet gets sprayed by corrosive spit on the side of her face, which does leave a scar. … ALSO in another book, a dragon accidently gets his eye scratched by a venomous tail.
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localpasserby
While not the same as real-world torture, a Seawing is deprived of water for long periods of time. For this tribe, this is a form of torture.
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BluelsABitConfused
Scarlet has her face melted Prince Arctic literally guts himself And this is just the tip of the iceberg
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AwesomeCowDoesStuff
I do remember a scene in the first book where a dragon dislocates her wing and it is popped back into place.
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SimplySnazzy
In the first book.
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SimplySnazzy
If you count young dragons, yes.
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SimplySnazzy
RainWings are kidnapped by NightWings, and the former SkyWing queen would capture dragons of other tribes and force them to fight.
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SyntheticChaos
Many of the dragons have dead parents.
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OrigamiArtist
Sometimes there are things characters think are ghosts but as of now, there have been no spirits of any kind that have appeared in the wings of fire books
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justspillingcoldtea
The main plot of the Lost Continent arc (books 11-15) involves people being mind-controlled using a plant, which allows multiple antagonists to possess their bodies against their will. The victims of this range from infants to adults and some animals.
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Whiteout
Rainwings have an ability to shoot corrosive venom. It was referred to as "magical death spit" at one point.
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fadedecho
yes in book one
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justspillingcoldtea
While there are no medical syringes or needles, in the Lost Continent arc (books 11-15), multiple people are stabbed and injected with various toxins or venoms using the Hivewing's stingers. These seem to be a cross between wasp stingers and needles.
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Daroganheart
Technically yes because there is a scene taking place in an infirmary after several characters are injured from an explosion.
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fadedecho
while not usually for depressive reasons theres multiple times of self inflicted injuries in the series Spoilers ahead - book 7 a character burns themself with lava to stay awake - book 11 a character mentions having hurt themself in an attempt to break out of possession - book 13 a character claws themself while possessed - Darkstalker legends a character cuts themself for a blood oath and immediately has thoughts of doing more
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EchoGarden1
A few characters go insane from Animus magic and become violent.
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RowanOakley
Oh boy do they ever.
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SimplySnazzy
You guys don't know what body dysmorphia is. Body dysmorphia is when someone feels uncomfortable with their body shape.
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Sylviethesmol
One of the protagonists, Moon, can sometimes feel overwhelmed by her powers and it can lead to her blacking out slightly as her powers overcome her, but it's not really an anxiety attack and it's to show how she's never been taught anything about her powers.
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TheLemonDragon
SandWings are somewhat claustrophobic and near the end of book 10 two are in a small space and display claustrophobia.
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fadedecho
while not actual suicides still may be triggering - in book one there’s an offhand comment about how it was surprising a disabled character hasn’t killed themself, in Darkstalker a character is magically forced to kill themself
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tocixx
Whiteout, an autistic coded character, is mistreated by her peers, so yes
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Does a baby cry?
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SimplySnazzy
Although not exactly miscarrying, dragon eggs are crushed multiple times.
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RowanOakley
No, but throughout the series, dragon eggs are smashed, thrown, etc etc.
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PainHh
Their are many dragonets which range from babies to teenagers. There are also eggs and scenes of eggs hatching and being destroyed.
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SimplySnazzy
Since dragons are reptiles, they lay eggs and cannot be pregnant.
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OrigamiArtist
Eggs hatch, but nothing ever gives birth
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tocixx
Whiteout, an autistic coded character, is mistreated by her peers and is infantilized by her brother, who is the same age as her.
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RowanOakley
No, but lots of jokes about a character being hungry all the time.
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tocixx
There are no Jewish characters in WoF.
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OrigamiArtist
They’re dragons.
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OrigamiArtist
Some LGBT characters die, but there are many other happy LGBT characters in the series who live and even a main focus lesbian couple with one of them being a POV character in the hidden kingdom series
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Sylviethesmol
There's implications of the dragons breeding but no direct mention of sexual content
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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fadedecho
some books end sad such as Darkstalker
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tocixx
cars don't even exist in the series
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fadedecho
series is very violent but gore is not usually graphically described
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