Life Is Strange

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travelinthetardis
The scene in which a dog dies happens as the result of player choices, and not all players will see it. However, it is not obvious which choices will lead to this outcome. Discretion advised.
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princesscelestiastardis
In the episode Farewell of Before the Storm, which takes place several years before the main story, a character's pet cat passed away before the episode took place. It's not dwelled upon too much, but you do have the option to place a flower at the cat's grave, which will be noted by the characters if you choose to do so.
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Does an animal die?
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Lara Magyar-Groom
Multiple birds through out the series
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Does a kid die?
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princesscelestiastardis
The father of one of the main characters passed away in a car accident prior to the events of the game. This was a major turning point for said character's life, so it's brought up fairly frequently.
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Thomas Veil
The car crash is a major plot point. The player deals with the aftermath of the crash, and especially the emotional trauma, at great length.
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princesscelestiastardis
Episode 2 culminates in a character attempting suicide. You intervene, and depending on what you choose, they can live or die. If they live, they recover and you visit them in a later episode, and get well cards are placed outside their dorm room, but if they die, then they remain dead for the rest of the game [it cannot be reversed like other near death experiences in the game] and it will be mentioned frequently by the characters and story. There will also be a memorial set up by the dorm room. Late in the game, you also have the option to assist a disabled character's suicide, as well.
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Julia Rose Stevens
A man administers drugs to tends using syringes
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princesscelestiastardis
Several characters use drugs, although the most you see actually used on screen is pot. One character is a drug dealer, and a major puzzle involves using the drug dealer's list of customer contacts in order to find a culprit. Most, if not all the contacts are underage. Some of the drugs sold are hard drugs too. Additionally, the main antagonist drugs their victims so that they lie prone for their disturbing art pieces.
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princesscelestiastardis
Depending on your final decision, yes. Another character that was implied to be LGBT+ in the main game [and more or less confirmed to be in the prequel game depending on how you play it] has died by the time that the main story has started.
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cutegoblingirl42
A semi-transparent deer seen several times is strongly implied to be the ghostly presence of a deceased character.
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Are there bugs?
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cattiestkittu
There are pills to treat Bulimia or Anorexia in Chloe's bathroom cabinet. This hasn't been 100% confirmed. I believe it's episode 1 when you see them
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radicalstripes
a 19 year old is slapped by her stepfather during an argument
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princesscelestiastardis
There are two possible endings, and both are pretty big downers. One is slightly better than the other, but not by much.
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