Critical Role

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lamoorgalore
Second season, Caleb's cat familiar Frumpkin gets kicked enough to knock him out of this plane of existence. No blood, but he does *poof* away.
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lamoorgalore
First season: It's mentioned that the party's horses die in the first season when left unattended in the wild mountains. Second season: The party's horses are attacked and killed by monsters in a battle.
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Does an animal die?
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First season: The party hints around at something that happened in their sessions before the show started that Keyleth killed some children in an accident to stop a bad guy. -Vax'ildan and Vex'ahlia's sister gets killed in the battle against Vecna in the last episode.
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First season: People die to falling in lava, burned with fire magic, and killed with dragon flame. Second season: A character's backstory involves burning people alive, and they use fire magic to burn people to death.
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Second season: The party fights a Phase Spider in the sewers.
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First season: Character backstories involve dead parents. Second season: See above ^
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First season: A party member's foot gets submerged in magma.
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First season: The party gets cleaned up, and have casual and funny conversations with each other. Two party members have a bath together, but the circumstance is very humorous and heart-warming. Second season: Two party members go to a bathhouse together. They both have private baths. -The party go to a bath house and all bathe together in a public bath. It's taken as a cool-down moment for all of the excitement.
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First season: A party member shaves another party member in their sleep as a prank, and shaves half of their beard off. Second season: A party member asks another to give them a shave with their sword.
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First and second season: Lots of fart jokes are made. Childish humor.
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The whole show is filmed in a studio. The camera work is professional and steady, and even more so in the second season. There are one or two instances where a camera drops, but it's very rare.
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Both seasons: Fights can get very graphic and violent. Descriptions of injury and death are descriptive.
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Second season: The party fights water monsters under a city, multiple party members fall unconscious while under water.
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First season: The bard, Scanlan, gets a drug called Suude." There is very little substance abuse, as he uses it only two or three times.
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First season: Vax'ildan, a bisexual character, dies numerous times. Second season: Mollymauk, a pansexual nobinary tiefling dies.
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First season: The party is charged with killing an adult white dragon for a bounty hunting guild. -The Chroma Conclave arc is entirely devoted to killing 4 evil ancient chromatic dragons.
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First season: Two party members go to brothels, but there is no description of what happens in them. -Two other party members become romantically involved and there are side jokes and banter about their s*x life. Second season: The party stays at a fancy hotel and one of the members organizes two entertainers" to come into their room. They later come out draped in only a cloth serving fruits. -One of the party members and a guest star's character sleep with each other.
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First season: A cult near the end of the show takes out their eye to show reverence to their god. One of the cult members is captured and asked if he wants his other eye back. He says that he would rip it out again. -Same cult has influence over a party member and they nearly rip their own eye out.
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There are ghosts, but the party usually always kills them.
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First season: Keyleth jumps off a cliff and transforms herself into a goldfish, underestimating the damage that falling off a giant cliff would do to her. It's very much joked about, and not tragic at all. She's brought back to life shortly after.
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The cast and crew are very aware of their audience. They fully support the LGBT+ community, POC and other marginalized groups, and are extremely accepting and supportive.
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Yep, second season alongside the giant spider, half the crew fight enourmous burrowing insectiod monsters.
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First season: Vax'ildan has a belt that can turn into a snake. It's his pet, and he calls it Simon.
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During combat, descriptive tones are used to describe death and injury.
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Second season: A character's backstory involves going insane and being at an asylum for an indeterminate amount of time. This has been mentioned only once so far.
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Season one ended on a very satisfying note. The story was exciting and tragic, but it all ends well. The players are given a few minutes each to explain how their characters live out the rest of their lives after the campaign.
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Fights can get very graphic, and the party is often descriptive or asked to describe how they kill their enemies.
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First season: A party member is possessed by a shadow demon. It comes to light in the Briarwood arc, and is dealt with. There are references back to it throughout the rest of the campaign.
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