Doki Doki Literature Club

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This video game contains 51 potentially triggering events.
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Does the dog die?
89 supporters
Yes
4
No
257
16
HaloCollies
There are no dogs on this game, but be careful:This game is still disturbing.
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Abandonment
3
Mousestar369
One character commits suicide without leaving a goodbye note or anything of that nature.
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Yes
2
No
33
6
bananas
Natsuki's dad doesnt abandon her but he does abuse her.
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Is an animal abandoned?
20 supporters
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Yes
0
No
11
Abuse
Yes
25
No
0
3
SiRenfield
Natsuki mentions having an abusive father albeit we never meet him proper
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Yes
0
No
16
Is someone stalked?
8 supporters
Yes
35
No
88
7
nyancatspunksibling
Yuri is extremely creepy towards the player in the second play through, including using the players pen for self pleasure. There are some scenes that imply stalking by Yuri. Monika’s entire “i see what’s in your computer” thing is extremely triggering to paranoia.
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Yes
176
No
28
33
pond
It is implied that Natsuki’s father physically harms her, but it is never shown on screen.
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1
funnybeleth
SPOILERS:

A female character kills herself onscreen by stabbing herself in the stomach and chest; you get to stare at her corpse while nothing else happens for nearly a minute. Another character takes control of her emotions and actions to the point of suicidality, a form of brutalization in itself.

Another character hangs herself for similar reasons. The scene where the player finds her corpse pulls no punches.

While both of these moments serve a purpose in the narrative, spectacle is certainly made of these girls' deaths.
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KamiSteele
The default ending has a character who was previously a victim of psychological abuse (both through fantastic and implicitly through mundane means) express villainous intentions before being stopped last minute. This can be avoided by getting the golden ending, but it's not immediately obvious how to do so. If you do not want this ending, go through all the girls' routes in Act 1 before the morning of the festival. Whether you managed to get all the CGs before Act 2 will influence how this character acts during the game's conclusion.
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Yes
177
No
1
23
Jadespade
In Act 2 Monika gaslights the other girls, especially Yuri, by saying that her supposed weird behavior is being exaggerated by them and that they are the ones who are being too clingy to MC.
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Is someone abused with a belt?
3 supporters
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0
No
10
Is a child abused?
34 supporters
Yes
255
No
0
51
Anonymous
Natsuki's father is neglectful and abusive, to the point that he forgets to give his child money for food at school and usually forgets to buy food for her at home. It's implied that he also beats her (moreso in the second playthrough when an alternate speech bubble of Natsuki's states that her dad would beat the s**t out of me" if he caught her reading manga at home).
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Addiction
Yes
1
No
176
Is there addiction?
3 supporters
Yes
172
No
7
32
Moominland
Yuri seems to be addicted to self harming
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Yes
78
No
105
18
robinner
Natsuki’s father is implied to abuse alcoholic substances.
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Animal
1
Sibelos
Animals don't even appear in this game.
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Does a horse die?
25 supporters
Yes
2
No
207
1
bananas
No horses
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
50 supporters
Yes
9
No
226
19
SirDerpymister
Besides humans, no live animals are seen throughout the entire game.
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Are animals abused?
61 supporters
Yes
5
No
174
3
lunaiichxn
yes, but actually no, there is an audio clip somewhere in the game files which when played many assumed to be audio of a rat/mouse being ripped apart due to the squeaking noises and the sounds of veins pulsing and flesh stretching, but (MAJOR TRIGGER WARNING) other people think that this was most likely the sounds of sayori when she hanged her self and was struggling to breathe
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0
nyancatspunksibling
No dogs in the game.
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Yes
0
No
137
4
meganf3000
no animals other than humans in this game
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Is an animal sad?
15 supporters
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Yes
0
No
11
Are rabbits harmed?
1 supporters
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Yes
0
No
18
Does a cat die?
49 supporters
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Yes
3
No
208
Does a pet die?
42 supporters
Yes
0
No
43
2
JoyFlameball
None of the characters have pets that we know of.
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Does a dragon die?
1 supporters
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Yes
2
No
183
Are there spiders?
15 supporters
Yes
56
No
135
59
Anonymous
No images of spiders, but there is a poem with mentions of spiders.
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Are there alligators/crocodiles??
1 supporters
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Yes
0
No
19
Are there snakes?
6 supporters
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Yes
2
No
178
Are there sharks?
3 supporters
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Yes
0
No
15
Are there bugs?
9 supporters
Yes
14
No
173
7
v4mp1r3b4tz
spiders are mentioned in a poem, but there are no pictures of spiders.
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Assault
Does a woman get slapped?
6 supporters
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Yes
0
No
14
Is someone drugged?
9 supporters
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Yes
0
No
31
Is there pedophilia?
31 supporters
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Yes
2
No
18
Is someone held under water?
4 supporters
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Yes
1
No
27
Is rape mentioned?
22 supporters
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Yes
1
No
18
Is someone beaten up by a bully?
8 supporters
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Yes
0
No
19
Yes
16
No
20
5
MicaFoster
There is a scene in the first playthrough when baking with Natsuki the player playfully holds her against a wall by the wrists. It's not violent or unwanted but may be triggering for some.
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Yes
82
No
64
19
pigeonhead
Natsuki's father does neglect her and physically abuse her, however it is left up to interpretation whether or not he sexually abuses her. It is possible, but never explicitly stated.
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Is someone's mouth covered?
3 supporters
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Yes
1
No
3
Yes
0
No
21
Bodily Harm
Yes
265
No
2
31
Anonymous
One of the girls you can date, Yuri, self-harms with knives. This is made plainly evident in the second playthrough of the game, whereas it's only alluded to in the first (it's in this playthrough that, if the player pursues her, there is a scene where the player character accidentally cuts his finger with one of Yuri's knives).
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Yes
10
No
0
2
KamiSteele
You can spot blood on Sayori's hands during the infamous hanging scene at the end of Act 1. Monika discusses it in Act 3, revealing that Sayori didn't instantly die and tried to claw free, explaining the blood.
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Are there dislocations?
2 supporters
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Yes
6
No
1
Is there throat mutilation?
6 supporters
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Yes
2
No
4
Yes
118
No
2
17
Redstoneboi
Monika may reveal to the player in the third playthrough that Sayori improperly hanged herself and suffocated from the rope, instead of snapping her neck quickly like it should have.
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Yes
5
No
11
2
No, but there is a jumpscare where Natsuki snaps her neck and lunges at the camera. This only occurs in act 2 when you write your poems for Natsuki, and she's shown to be perfectly fine shortly after the scare.
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Is there cannibalism?
13 supporters
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Yes
0
No
98
Is someone crushed to death?
10 supporters
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Yes
1
No
32
Is someone choked?
6 supporters
Yes
2
No
14
1
funnybeleth
I mean you find out that someone choked to death when hanging themselves instead of dying instantly.
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Is someone burned alive?
10 supporters
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Yes
1
No
172
Is someone buried alive?
7 supporters
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Yes
1
No
122
Is there body horror?
13 supporters
Yes
44
No
0
5
FawnOverBrawn
The eyes sometimes go realistic, Natsuki glitches into death. It's mildly disturbing
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Is there amputation?
4 supporters
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Yes
1
No
106
Does a head get squashed?
17 supporters
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Yes
3
No
165
Is there Achilles Tendon injury?
7 supporters
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Yes
0
No
29
Is there a hanging?
11 supporters
Yes
208
No
0
28
HaloCollies
Sayori's body is shown hanging followed by a really disturbing sequence of images.
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Yes
38
No
0
6
idonom
In Act 3, one of Monika's random conversation topics has her reveal to the player that (SPOILERS) Sayori didn't actually snap her neck when she hanged herself, but instead suffocated to death due to hanging herself improperly. Act 2 has a random event that is theorized to represent Sayori's suicide in this way, with the audio sounding like someone struggling to breathe and the screen gradually fading out with veins on the sides.
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Are any teeth damaged?
13 supporters
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Yes
2
No
175
Does someone become unconscious?
4 supporters
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Yes
24
No
0
Yes
195
No
24
51
Anonymous
in one of the jumpscares, natsuki's neck bends at an awful angle
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Yes
6
No
163
20
HaloCollies
No, but there are violent glitches and flashing lights.
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Is there genital trauma/mutilation?
18 supporters
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Yes
0
No
77
Yes
36
No
124
22
cdx7
Your finger gets a small cut on it if you make the banner for the festival with Yuri.
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Is someone tortured?
30 supporters
Yes
123
No
59
26
mistersandman
Arguably, yes— multiple characters are not in control of their own feelings and are subjected to horrible actions and fates at the hands of another character controlling them.
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Does someone fall down stairs?
1 supporters
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Yes
0
No
31
Yes
2
No
170
7
Azencar
No, nobody falls to their death. Falling to your death refers to dying from the impact of the fall, such as falling off a building or cliff. The only deaths are suicides by hanging and stabbing.
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
255
No
6
36
Anonymous
Several jumpscares involving distorted eyes, some which show blood spurting from a character's eye.
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Is someone stabbed?
3 supporters
Yes
18
No
0
1
SiRenfield
Self-inflicted
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Yes
50
No
14
6
nyancatspunksibling
If you look too far into Sayori’s scene, her fingers are bloody. Monika tells you about her death in detail if you continue to talk to her in the third playthrough. Yuri’s scenes depict self harm and an extremely gorey and unavoidable stabbing scene, including audible depictions of stabbing and scenes of the blood drying. In a secret ending, there’s audio gore. In a “lucky” scene, Yuri has bloody eyes. If Natsuki hates your poem (a bit hard to do, make it extremely based on Yuri) her eyes will pop out. There is also a neck snapping jumpscare scene which includes audio.
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Children
Is an infant abducted?
7 supporters
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Yes
0
No
30
Does a kid die?
14 supporters
Yes
274
No
6
37
Anonymous
Two of the characters, both high schoolers, commit suicide.
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Yes
3
No
25
5
SiRenfield
All the characters are 18 (presumably in their senior year) albeit Natsuki looks much younger than she actually is due to being underdeveloped so that might still make some a bit uncomfortable. And granted even then there’s no explicit sexual content in the game
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Creepy Crawly
Are there bedbugs?
5 supporters
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Yes
0
No
7
Death
2
nyancatspunksibling
(SPOILER FREE: Very lightly.)




Monika could be described as sacrificing herself, as well as Sayori’s whole “now everyone can be happy…” thing.
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Does someone die?
6 supporters
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Yes
23
No
0
Yes
2
No
19
1
KamiSteele
A major plot point in the game is that the club members aren't just characters in a video game, but AI you are directly interacting with. This is not immediately revealed but it becomes increasingly more apparent over the course of the game before becoming explicit in Act 3. This means that any death scene in this game is the result of an AI either malfunctioning and/or being 'deleted' from the game. The villain tries to downplay the severity of their actions by saying that it is only happening to people who aren't 'real', despite being an AI themself. You defeat them using means that directly involve them being an AI. The theme of 'ethics involving sentient artificial intelligence' is a major overall focus throughout.
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Yes
22
No
0
2
KamiSteele
All four girls can and do die.
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Disability
Is the r-slur used?
14 supporters
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Yes
0
No
37
Yes
0
No
7
Drugs/Alcohol
Does someone overdose?
6 supporters
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Yes
0
No
33
Family
Yes
1
No
87
18
CormorantColors
No, but stuffed toys are shown prominently in the background of Sayori’s hanging which might make the scene slightly more distressing to some
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Does a family member die?
6 supporters
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Yes
0
No
12
Does a parent die?
3 supporters
Yes
3
No
168
8
meganf3000
no parents seen or even mentioned (other than natsuki's abusive father)
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
30
No
83
21
LaurenKing
There is an extended sequence in act 3 where the player is held against their will. Note that this is not the player CHARACTER but they player themselves. The character holding the player will address them directly.
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Does someone cheat?
9 supporters
Yes
6
No
118
21
Lego_Lover
While the main character flirts with several girls at once, there is no commitment involved unless you actively choose one of the girls.
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Fear
Yes
73
No
79
23
Anonymous
Not by a spirit or haunt, but characters' actions and thoughts are manipulated heavily by a near-supernatural influence beyond their control and in-universe understanding.

[SPOILERS]
It depends whether you count manipulating a video game character's code by another character to make them act a specific way" as possession, really.
[END SPOILERS]
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Are there ghosts?
4 supporters
Yes
35
No
127
27
cdx7
The bodies or images of characters who have died are shown momentarily or as images that slowly combine with or are patched into another, as if they are haunting the player.
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Are there clowns?
6 supporters
Yes
2
No
165
0
JoyFlameball
Please don't make jokes on pages about content warnings.
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Are there jumpscares?
16 supporters
Yes
291
No
7
48
Anonymous
[SPOILERS]


In the first playthough, it could be argued that the player character discovering Sayori's hanging body could be considered a jump scare, since there is no music in the minutes leading up to it and the screen is black immediately before (upon making the discovery, loud, distorted music starts playing).

In the second playthrough, there are plenty of jumpscares, from glitches" to characters literally jumping at the player.
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Are there mannequins?
4 supporters
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Yes
0
No
21
Is trypophobic content shown?
9 supporters
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Yes
0
No
11
0
None shown in-game, but Yuri and Natsuki both have poems about the beach in Act 1. Additionally, two Act 2 poems mention swimming in large bodies of water, but it's not clarified if these bodies of water are natural
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Are there razors?
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3 supporters
Yes
2
No
17
1
Underscorenoah
No razors but a lot of knives which are used for SH
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Is there a shower scene?
1 supporters
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Yes
0
No
152
Gross
Is someone eaten?
11 supporters
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Yes
0
No
12
4
CalamityTrack
Near the end of act 2 Yuri gives you a poem covered in blood and a yellow substance that's assumed to be pee, she isn't shown doing it and it was (most likely) done on purpose but it's worth noting anyway
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Does someone vomit?
33 supporters
Yes
303
No
3
45
Anonymous
One of the characters (Natsuki) is shown throwing up after seeing another character's (Yuri) dead body.
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Is there farting?
5 supporters
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Yes
0
No
13
Does someone spit?
5 supporters
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Yes
3
No
153
Is there on-screen pooping?
12 supporters
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Yes
0
No
7
Is there audio gore?
15 supporters
Yes
115
No
0
9
lunaiichxn
there is the sounds of flesh stretching and veins pulsing in the game files, which is heavily implied to be the sounds of sayori being slowly suffocated, and there’s also the sound of the knife going into yuri’s body, and there’s also often some audio where there is heart beating (in a disturbing way) although i don’t know if that last bit counts
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Large-scale Violence
Are there 9/11 depictions?
2 supporters
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Yes
0
No
28
Law Enforcement
Is there copaganda?
4 supporters
Yes
0
No
65
11
UltraDespairBear
There are no cops or any mention of cops in the game, so there is no copaganda present.
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Is there incarceration?
1 supporters
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Yes
0
No
9
LGBTQ+
Are there transphobic slurs?
15 supporters
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Yes
0
No
15
Yes
0
No
8
Is there bisexual cheating?
7 supporters
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Yes
0
No
21
2
KamiSteele
There are no explicitly transgender characters in this game, but there is a potential trigger. One scare late into the game involves a character addressing you by the name on your computer, which may be uncomfortable if it happens to be a deadname. Note that if the game detects you are livestreaming this is replaced by different dialogue, followed by a jumpscare. This same character also mentions they don't know your actual gender or pronouns, but consistently refers to you in ways that suggest they think you're a cishet male.
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Is an LGBT+ person outed?
8 supporters
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Yes
0
No
5
Loss
Is a priceless artifact destroyed?
1 supporters
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Yes
0
No
12
Medical
Is there a mental institution scene?
6 supporters
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Yes
1
No
142
Is electro-therapy used?
7 supporters
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Yes
1
No
152
Does someone have cancer?
5 supporters
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Yes
2
No
154
Yes
5
No
150
2
nyancatspunksibling
They are described in Portrait of Marcov but nothing else and it’s avoidable
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Is there menstruation?
3 supporters
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Yes
0
No
6
Yes
2
No
139
3
nyancatspunksibling
In Yuri’s book there are extreme depictions of medical torture. Can be avoided by writing poems for Natsuki in the second playthrough
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Mental Health
Is there body dysphoria?
6 supporters
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Yes
0
No
18
Is autism misrepresented?
8 supporters
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Yes
0
No
9
Yes
0
No
34
2
runasoul
It’s arguable that the characters could after the events of the game, but no one has explicit PTSD over the game’s duration
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Yes
46
No
153
65
Anonymous
I don't think you all know what body dysmorphia is. No, no character expresses dysmorphia. No, body dysmorphia is not the same thing as body horror.
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Yes
273
No
2
29
Anonymous
Yuri is shown having cut herself in the second act. You don't see the action take place, but the wounds on her arm are rather graphic.
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3
While the game starts off fairly normal, (SPOILERS) once you reach sayori's suicide the game starts (intentionally) glitching out, which is carried over into Acts 2 and 3. Monika mentioned in those acts that the game’s code is broken, so it could be seen as the girls’ reality becoming unstable.
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0
potiondevotion
Yes.. (and they both succeed)
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Is there D.I.D. misrepresentation?
4 supporters
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Yes
0
No
22
1
KamiSteele
Mental illness is a major significant theme, and all four girls have various symptoms. Sayori explicitly has depression. Yuri is anxiety-prone, has a self-harm habit, and becomes obsessed with the protagonist in Act 2. Natsuki is from an abusive household, and it's implied her tsundere personality is partly trauma responses. Monika is dealing with an existential crisis and can bring up the mental health of the player, the other girls, and herself in Act 3.
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Is there autism specific abuse?
14 supporters
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Yes
0
No
96
13
JudgeAngels
Yuri is very obviously mentally ill even though she's not violent towards others she is violent to herself
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Is there ABA therapy?
6 supporters
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Yes
0
No
15
52
Anonymous
someone is deprived of food, though
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18
koroneinugami
in the files, if you open iiiiiiiiiiii.txt there's a note that reads "it would be really, really easy to kill myself right now"
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Is there misophonia?
14 supporters
Yes
47
No
7
7
koroneinugami
there's heart beating noises, as well as some disturbing audio in the files. it really just depends on what bothers you.
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Anonymous
Two characters commit suicide; you only see the aftermath of the hanging, but the stabbing happens in front of you and is extremely disturbing. You are then forced by the game to watch the character's body over the in-game weekend. The still image/scene of the previous suicide by hanging can turn up in randomized events.
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Does someone have a meltdown?
1 supporters
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Yes
8
No
1
Yes
153
No
8
16
sushi
While there are no explicit straightforward anxiety attacks, there are many instances of characters displaying mental health issues explicitly, most notably depression.
4 comments | Add comment
Yes
146
No
25
30
Anonymous
In the second playthrough, Yuri pulls the protagonist into a closet and stares at him with human eyes while breathing heavily.
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Noxious
1
Sibelos
Occasional uses of f**k and sh*t.
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Are there sudden loud noises?
11 supporters
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Yes
10
No
0
Are there underwater scenes?
3 supporters
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Yes
0
No
6
Does a baby cry?
7 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
48
Is there screaming?
5 supporters
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Yes
1
No
4
Yes
54
No
88
25
Anonymous
not in the same way of movies, but slightly moving around the characters to create tension when the screen gets darker and fuzzier for a jumpscare
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Yes
101
No
57
30
Anonymous
no flashing strobe, but there are quick and bright movements along the story.
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Paranoia
Yes
107
No
0
12
runasoul
A self-aware character near the game’s end will find your PC or Steam name (in a safe, virus-free way) and address you with it instead of the name you chose at the game’s start. Smaller, less noticeable fourth wall breaks are made by the character beforehand to hint at the truth.
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2
KamiSteele
This is a heavily metafictional game where the fourth wall is utterly destroyed by the third act. The villain is 'aware' enough to see your actions and control the game. For example, one late-game scene has them address you by the name that's on your computer. If you are streaming, this is replaced by a different scare acknowledging it, with them being embarrassed as they realize before intentionally jumpscaring you/your viewers for laughs.
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Pregnancy
Are there babies or unborn children?
6 supporters
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Yes
0
No
35
Yes
1
No
123
8
nyancatspunksibling
Why did someone say yes
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Is a baby stillborn?
7 supporters
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Yes
0
No
35
Does a pregnant person die?
5 supporters
Add comment
Yes
1
No
113
Is there childbirth?
10 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
119
Does someone miscarry?
9 supporters
Add comment
Yes
1
No
147
Prejudice
Are there fat jokes?
14 supporters
Yes
3
No
112
15
meganf3000
Not really a fat joke but there is a bit of talk about Yuri's big chest (Yuri requesting to sit on the floor against the wall rather than in a desk when you spend time with her due to backaches caused by her massive chest and Natsuki says her chest grew bigger since the player joined the club) but overall there is no fat-shaming, body shaming, or fat jokes.
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Yes
2
No
95
Is there aphobia?
6 supporters
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Yes
0
No
18
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starboymomota
[SPOILERS!] While all of the characters are cisgender and are not misgendered, the player themselves can be misgendered by Monika, who wonders what gender the player is and then continues to refer to them as her boyfriend." This can be upsetting/triggering for some.
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Is there hate speech?
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Anonymous
(SPOILERS) monika expresses romantic interest in the player, regardless of gender, and eventually has to be deleted from the game's files in order to progress
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Are there homophobic slurs?
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Anonymous
Some insensitive remarks about depressed characters, but it's not usually intentionally cruel. Specifically, a character gets playfully mocked for her poor sleeping and eating habits, which are later revealed to be depression symptoms. The player character later remarks on her for not trying hard enough to get out of bed but quickly corrects himself that it's not that simple for her. A more cruel example in Act 2 is a character getting made fun of for self-harm, but it's not clear if her self-harm is due to depression anyway.
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dlikeswaffles
No, but there's arguably transphobic and very widespread memes online about one of the girls either being transgender or a cross-dresser.
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HunterHikari
The 5 characters you see in the game are all light-skinned Japanese people, so no.
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Is a minority is misrepresented?
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Are there n-words?
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Race
Is there blackface?
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Relationships
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starsong
all characters are highschoolers
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Religious
Are there demons or Hell?
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Is religion discussed?
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Sex
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idonom
I don't think some of you guys know what sexual objectification means. it's when someone is boiled down to their appearance and is treated like an object instead of a person. In a visual novel like this, it would be done via outfits, poses, or the angle of the CGs. With this in mind, I can't find any kind of sexual objectification in the game. The closest thing I can think of is Monika (SPOILER) only being attracted to the player because they're "real", but I think that one's a bit of a stretch. So, unless I'm missing something, I'm gonna say there's none in this game.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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Jaylin
While not EXPLICITLY stated, there is a poem written by Natsuki which MAY imply sexual abuse, but is likely to just mean parental abuse in the form of lack of privacy (no locked doors, phone checks, no friends over or going out, etc)
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Is there bestiality?
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Anonymous
Not explicitly shown, but heavily alluded to: in the second playthrough, Yuri becomes obsessed with the player character, to the point that she admits to stealing a pen from him and using it to touch herself inappropriately. She even at one point speaks of wanting to crawl inside" his skin to be close to him.
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Is there BDSM?
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Are there nude scenes?
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Does someone lose their virginity?
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Sexism
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Sickness
Is there dementia/Alzheimer's?
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Does someone have a chronic illness?
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Does someone have a stroke?
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Is someone terminally ill?
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Social
Are there anti-abortion themes?
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KamiSteele
The ethics of the treatment of AI is a major theme. It becomes increasingly clear that the characters are actually AI programs that have some level of sentience, and the villain is having a major existential crisis where she believes none of the other characters, nor the world they live in, are real. This is discussed most extensively in Act 3, where she literally talks to the player and talks extensively about the nature of reality.
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Are there fat suits?
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Is someone homeless?
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Spoiler
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KamiSteele
While both endings have images of the CGs you got over the course of the game displayed next to the credits, the default one has them get 'deleted'. Both endings end with a 'note' after the credits; the default is by a character, while the 'golden ending' is from the developer.
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Anonymous
The easiest endings to get are not happy ones, no [and there are many different endings, much like the Japanese dating sims on which the game is based]. There is a true", happy ending that you can get but it requires a lot of extra time and effort that most players don't put in (it requires the player to make several save files and pursue each girl individually right up to the point where one of the girls commits suicide, which cannot be prevented - the true, happy ending features the characters who committed suicide, Sayori and Yuri, being alive and happy, and Sayori thanks the player for devoting so much time and energy to make each girl feel special).
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Is Santa (et al) spoiled?
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Vehicular
Does a plane crash?
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Does a car crash?
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Gjhurd
There are no cars at all in this game
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Does a car honk or tires screech?
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Is someone hit by a car?
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Violence
Is there a nuclear explosion?
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Does someone drown?
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probablyapineapple
you don't see anyone drown, but there is a chance of unlocking a "special poem" where a character describes a dream involving drowning
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Is there blood/gore?
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HollyRogan
There isn't a lot of blood until *SPOILERS* Yuri stabs herself to death after confessing her love to the main character. Sayori's fingers are slightly bloody during her hanging scene, possibly implying she changed her mind and started to claw at her noose.
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CupcakeTheSpoilerer
No. All of the suicides commited are either by hanging or stabbing and no character ever uses a gun
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