Voltron: Legendary Defender

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Corellon
A cat that has been in a family of major characters for multiple generations is ritually sacrificed offscreen by his owner.
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Does an animal die?
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ConsueloHigdon
Shiro has a psychotic break where he hears an enemy's voice echoing through the hallway in Season 1, leading him to eject that enemy's stasis pod from the ship in panic.
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Are there bugs?
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ectopi
One of the main characters, Hunk, is regularly the b**t of many food-related fat jokes.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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Gracie Lillo-Braden
SPOILER FOR SEASON 7 In season 7, Veronica (Lance's brother) is driving him to a Galra base and they are attacked, their cruiser crashes and both of them get really injured
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Does a kid die?
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ag0264590
The father of one of the main characters is dead before the series begins. It is never shown how he dies, but in Season 7, ep 1 the character briefly mentions to another character how his father died (nothing too specific) in a flashback. There is another character, Allura, who loses her father to war. It is shown in a flashback how he was killed, but it is extremely short and the way the view is set up is at a distance. There is no blood, but there is brief fighting (they show the final blow). There is a sort of hologram of Allura’s father in the show, but because of certain events he has to be destroyed, or “killed,” by Allura. Her mother is dead before the show starts as well, but the show does not mention her much at all. This is in the beginning season of the show. Another character who is looking for their father and is uncertain if he is truly alive, but they cling on to the hope that he is. [[SPOILERS]] the father is found in later seasons, however, and remains alive.
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elisermazzeo
In season 7 the ex-fiance of the main character is murdered on screen after only being introduced episodes before in one scene. It happens in season 7 episode 8, between the minutes 3:20-4:50. This can be extremely triggering and follows the Bury Your Gays Trope.
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ag0264590
Some main characters have happy endings, some do not. Overall, it is not a happy ending as some characters have bad endings.
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S1 E5
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princesscelestiastardis
Keith attempts a heroic sacrifice in the season 4 finale but is stopped at the last second.
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fischotterchen
S1 E7 one of the Galra falls to his death, knocked down a vent shaft by Pidge.
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defenestratingreason
One of the character's uneasy stomach is a running joke, and he throws up multiple times in the first episode.
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Anna Raines
Hunk gets sick fairly often, and gags arguably more. As of the latest seasons it doesn't happen nearly as much.
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iceygirl37
Some scenes of neglect for Lotor from his parents in later seasons
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A character deliberately misleads people about their gender but is not canonically transgender
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Gracie Lillo-Braden
Earlier in the show we first see evil Shiro. At the end of season 6, Shiro turns evil, it's not technically a possession this timd since it's a clone, but it still feels like it since the characters think it's him
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princesscelestiastardis
While not shown on screen, Shiro's year long imprisonment under the Galra was heavily implied to have included torture.
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princesscelestiastardis
The season 7 finale features most of the main characters hospitalized while being visited by friends, family, and loved ones. However, there are no severe injuries depicted and the scene is treated as a happy one.
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In the first episode, at one point they go hurtling towards a planet, and the frame imitates shakey-cam. Showing the times backwards, since VLD is a Netflix original, and Netflix only displays how much time is left in the episode, the shakey-cam occurs from -45:44 to -44:50.
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