Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood

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mallos42
In more ways than one. Combined with does a kid die"
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Does a cat die?
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Bambi House
In the tunnel created by Sloth at Fort Briggs, horses are killed.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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wolves
Ed definitely seems to struggle with some degree of PTSD, and is shown to experience nightmares and flashbacks to previous traumatic events, usually accompanied by moments of panic. There are other examples, but this is the most prominent
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Are there bugs?
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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meowclure
During Episode 42, when Hohenheim enters the tunnel, there is a brief period of silence after he notices that an enemy is already present, before a sudden screeching noise as Pride (made entirely of shadows with teeth and eyes grotesquely mashed together) speeds out of the darkness to attack him. It can be quite frightening without warning.
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JenniferJump
Does a snake chimera (a fusion between a human and a snake) count? If so, yes.
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Jackson Smith
There are snake people and rat people.
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normelmutant
This one's infamous. Early in the series, a young girl is turned into a chimera by her father, and is later killed by Scar.
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Kara Gheldof
The series began with the main characters' mom dying and them trying to bring her back to life and failing; it is pretty disturbing.
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mellaceemma
darius is gay and he survives--- http://fma.wikia.com/wiki/Darius (scroll down to trivia section)
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normelmutant
(SPOILERS) Envy commits suicide by removing his philosopher's stone
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kmspd1997
The Silver Alchemist drowns after being attacked by Scar
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kajvezd
One of the characters is binge eating.
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Amanda Skinner
Can't remember if it was specifically a miscarriage or stillborn, but the brothers' teacher attempted to bring her baby to life with alchemy.
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meowclure
There are a few instances where characters harm themselves, but it's not done out of usual circumstances or depression: Examples such as a character tearing open her chest to reveal her Philosopher's Stone that allows her to regenerate, and shortly afterwards, Mustang uses Flame Alchemy to burn his own wound to cauterize it, while also carving a magic symbol into his hand in order to cast said Alchemy to fight back.
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normelmutant
To name just a few: Edward (15), Ling (15), Alphonse (14), and Mei (10) all experience serious/life-threatening injuries at various points in the series. Nina (5) is turned into a chimera by her father. Selim (though a few hundred-year-old homunculus, is presented to be around 9-10) gets brutally beaten at the end of the series.
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normelmutant
Greed possesses Ling's body (though he willingly agrees to it)
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normelmutant
Characters frequently get injured, and wind up spending a surprisingly large amount of time in hospitals
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JenniferJump
Both shower/bath scenes are of minors, though nothing "important" is shown.
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meowclure
A battle between Envy (who can regenerate) and Mustang (who can control fire) involves Mustang repeatedly burning Envy's eyes out as a form of torture, shown multiple times as Mustang specifically calls attention to how painful it must be. Definite yes on this one.
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