Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony

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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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ValiantChan
Multiple sentient stuffed bears/animatronics die, though it may be debatable whether or not they are close enough to actual animals to count towards this category.
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justsomerandomgirlyouknow
One character dies via a swarm of robotic bees. Most of them are very small but one is about the size of a human being.
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Jadespade
A spider is shown as part of an execution title screen. Spiderwebs are also shown.
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Does a cat die?
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tial
Miu’s Is stated to take hallucigenic drugs, although this isn’t actually shown ingame.
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Abryn5
Miu is very strongly into drugs.
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justsomerandomgirlyouknow
One character, while tied to a post and unable to move, gets shot by a flamethrower. Another character, while not quite burning, is boiled alive over a large fire. Neither character survives the experience.
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Jadespade
Someone's head is bashed in. Another person falls to their death. No actual broken bones are shown.
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justsomerandomgirlyouknow
The first 5 executions can all be considered torture.
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suas
One character had his head bashed in by a metal ball, although I don't think there was any gore shown, only blood.
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Ashyarts
The entire plot of the beginning of the story is them remembering that they got kidnapped and put into the killing game so yes.
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justsomerandomgirlyouknow
The characters in V3 are minors and over 80% of them die in some way or another.
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CheeseyRice
For some of the characters it is implied that parental figures have been killed. It is later implied that some kid's parents didn't even exist in the first place, killing the idea of them. No traditional death of parents occurs onscreen or otherwise.
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silkywishes77
One character claims to be possessed by a spirit, while another's thoughts and opinions are controlled by a large body of people.
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suas
Although they aren't in full clown costumes, there is one scene with many characters wearing clown masks.
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HunterHikari
There's a locker room scene where 3 underage characters are shown naked but censored
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justsomerandomgirlyouknow
The entire plot of the third chapter is reliant on the idea of ghosts/the dead and two ghosts are shown during the chapters execution.
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CheeseyRice
A large focus of the story in later chapters is whether or not the characters are being watched, and it is implied that some characters spy on others to learn certain information.
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justsomerandomgirlyouknow
One of Miu's character sprites shows her spitting as she laughs.
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silkywishes77
Monokuma's children puke very often.
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HunterHikari
The infirmary is only shown in certain scenes in the Ultimate Talent Development Plan post-game side mode.
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suas
Although one character have an illness that kills him, it's never stated to be cancer.
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CheeseyRice
There is a character who plots his own death and several mentions and depictions of self destructive behavior from other characters. If only self harm that is explicitly cutting one's self is what you're trying to avoid, then you're probably in the clear.
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Isurehopeitdoesnt
I'd say there are. Characters are shown to heavily panic, scream, become incredibly agitated, and semi-shut down.
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justsomerandomgirlyouknow
At one point, a bunch of the characters are trapped in a room full of bugs. One character gets swarmed and is trapped under a pile of them for a period of time.
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CheeseyRice
None of these characters are depicted as having chronic eating disorders, but there is some reference to altered eating habits as a result of depression that may be triggering to some.
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tial
After finding out no one in the outside world cares for them, a character willingly surrenders their life to a murderer. Another character plots their own death and causes it to be as complicated as possible to confuse Monokuma.
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Jadespade
The characters are gaslighted in Chapter 6 as they question whether their memories are real or not.
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Ashyarts
Yes, when there’s a body discovery scene the camera shakes and shows the body
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oumasorbit
there’s no abortions shown or mentioned, but a character does call someone a “lying little abortion” so
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kazui
although not in the typical sense, a large robotic bug bursts from the stomach of one of monokuma's children ( who refers to herself as pregnant ) during the execution in chapter 4. it is similar to the chest-burster scene in the movie alien.
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Jadespade
There are many raunchy jokes, especially from Miu. A character is shown in her underwear and bra at one point. An optional scene has the main character peek into the girl's locker room where several girls are naked (but censored). Most of the Love Hotel scenes are implied to end in the main character and their partner having sex, though these scenes are not canon.
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tiffanyblues
In optional Love Hotel scenes, the player character is getting forced into sexual situations they don't consent to. Nothing is shown to happen though, and these scenes are not canon.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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themagnificentstorm
(SPOILERS) The culprit of Chapter 3 had an incestuous relationship with their older sister, and there's a CG that depicts said relationship.
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oumasorbit
a character calls others ‘t*rds multiple times, and idk if this counts, but they also ask if another character was “dropped on her head as a kid”
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suas
A female character who have what is most likely a crush on another girl gets murdered, though it's unknown if she also likes guys or not. Also, Judging by the love hotel scenes, several male characters who showed attraction to the male protagonist were also executed or murdered. While the sexuality of many of the deceased characters remain unclear, some do show attraction to those of the same s*x
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tial
“Tard” (a slang shortening of R****d) is used twice.
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CheeseyRice
There is one character who technically views himself as genderless due to being a robot and therefore sexless, but prefers he/him pronouns and being regarded as male and he is always referred to and treated as such.
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calamari
A character is titled as the "Ultimate Supreme Leader" and in a promotional artwork is shown wearing a military style hat and cape. He is seen holding a Fanta as well, a drink that was created in Germany under N**i rule due to ingredients for other fizzy drinks being unavailable.
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Stressedtoimpress
In the original Japanese, Kaito uses a word COULD be seen in a homophobic context but it does NOT equate to the F slur, it basically just means crossdresser, which is why it was translated as “girly.” Kaito also did not mean anything derogatory in saying it. No slurs or anything remotely homophobic is in the English version
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justsomerandomgirlyouknow
Whilst the ending is bittersweet, it can still be considered happy.
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CheeseyRice
No explicit domestic violence is shown, but some characters had complicated home environments that are revealed as the game goes on.
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ChazzzyF
There is blood present with most of the murders/executions, but it is hot pink instead of the usual red. There is no gore.
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rgfalso
One of the executions involves a person being slowly hanged to death, showing clear signs of suffocation.
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Abryn5
Kaede is killed by being hanged.
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justsomerandomgirlyouknow
The characters in Danganronpa V3 are minors and the situation they are placed in can be considered abusive. Also, some characters are implied to have been abused when they were younger.
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NoamiEsser
Keebo's death was self-destruction to blow up the academy and the fictional world together.
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justsomerandomgirlyouknow
One character is forced to climb a thorned vine which snaps when she gets to the top, leading her to fall a long distance to her death.
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CheeseyRice
There is a mini game where you drive a car. If you're bad at it the car can crash. It is not explicit or story related.
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Jadespade
At one point Keebo obtains a laser gun, but no one actually dies from it. An optional scene shows a character shooting another person.
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CheeseyRice
One of the minigames played in the trials involves driving a car and hitting women who represent the correct answer of a multiple choice question. No one in the story is actually hit by a car and the women hop happily into one of the seats in your car if you get the answer right.
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justsomerandomgirlyouknow
One character is drowned in a sink and eaten by piranhas.
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