Darkest Dungeon

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johnpaulrossfeld
Dog enemies that can be killed. A Class in the game is partnered with a dog, who can die if you fail to keep them alive.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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johnpaulrossfeld
If Giant Mosquitoes, Giant Spiders, Pig and Bug People count, then yes. But I'm assuming the answer to that is no.
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johnpaulrossfeld
DLC only. In the Color of Madness DLC, there is an enemy that looks like a horse that can be killed.
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Does a cat die?
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wesleythomasm
Maggots, whelks, and carrion-eating worms are weak enemies. (Crimson Court DLC) Huge mosquitoes Half-mosquito vampires, some mutated into centipedes wearing powdered wigs and riding coats.
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wesleythomasm
Spitters and Webbers are huge spiders. (Crimson Court DLC) Supplicants have huge ticks attached to their heads.
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Snake enemies (Shield Bearer DLC)
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wesleythomasm
Heroes can become alcoholics as their mental illnesses develop.
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wesleythomasm
Laudnam (opium dissolved in pure alcohol) is an item used to releive Stress. The Antiquarian and Plague Doctor have abilities that involve huffing from a censer of incense and a flask of chemicals, respectively.
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wesleythomasm
Heroes can become afflicted by Alcoholism (herein called the 'Tippler' quirk, and the mental illness Dipsomania, which, respectively mean they can only visit the Tavern, or are obsessed with alcohol and will go to great lengths to get drunk.)
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ScharfKugel
The Shieldbreaker DLC character is missing one of her hands after having to amputate it to save herself from dying to snake venom
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wesleythomasm
Several Bandit enemies use whips. Flagellation (either whipping yourself or having a confessor do so) is a stress-releif ability at the Cathedral. The Flagellant Monk hero wields a scourge whip. Swine Slasher enemies target sensitive areas in combat, and they themselves have crude cybernetics replacing their hands and feet.
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wesleythomasm
Some Religeous heroes invoke holy light, burning the targeted monster. (Crimson Court DLC) The Fanatic will burn Vampirism-infected heroes at the stake.
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ScharfKugel
The Hag boss will throw one of the player party members into a giant cauldron and try to boil them alive. It's mentioned that she is a cannibal, although her eating anyone is not outright shown in the game.
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Blinky
No seizures actually happen onscreen. Though yes, if someone does get pushed to their breaking point, there is a chance that they'll get an affliction that makes them go mad.
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MariaMoriewna
Not in-game, but one of characters unintentionally killed a child in past.
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johnpaulrossfeld
The Jester could be considered a clown.
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wesleythomasm
Skeleton enemies, and a boss who summons floating ghost heads. The Drowned Crew boss is a group of ghostly pirates and their cursed anchor. The Squiffy Ghast enemy is a ghost pirate who plays the fiddle and drinks hilarious ammounts of rum. The Narrator is the ghost of the player's uncle. A ghost not seen anywhere else in the game cameos in the intro cutscene.
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wesleythomasm
The Abomination hero lives in symbiosis with a demon. He can let it out to play nearly at-will. The Occultist channels dark forces for his abilities, and is occasionally possessed by them when Stressed Out. Swine enemies are the result of the Ancestor's demonology experiments. The Cultist and Madman enemies in the Darkest Dungeon area are at least indwelled and deformed by their uh, passengers. The mental sickness 'Demonomania,' wherein the afflicted beleives themselves to be possessed but really is not, can be develloped.
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wesleythomasm
Swine Wretch enemies vomit on heroes as an attack. The Abomination hero's 'Beast's Bile' attack involves vomiting acid on enemies.
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wesleythomasm
Heroes can be sent to a Sanitarium to be treated for mental illnesses.
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Blinky
You can send your heroes to hospitals, but there's no scene that plays when you do it. Only flavor text on what's probably happening while they get treated.
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wesleythomasm
The Grave Robber hero uses poisoned darts.
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wesleythomasm
The Abomination hero violently shapeshifts between human and demon/werewolf forms. Enemies infested by a mind-controlling parasitic fungus are common in the Weald (forest) area. (Crimson Court) Half-mosquito vampires, some mutated into centipedes wearing powdered wigs and riding coats (Color of Madness DLC) Enemies parasitized by an otherworldly crystal appear.
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MariaMoriewna
There is a sickness called "bulimia", also some quirks (including positive ones) causes some eating disorders, eg. eating half of food portion when character is very stressed.
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wesleythomasm
It's a major part of the game. Characters gain Stress until they have a panic attack at 100/200, then have a full-blown heart attack at 200 Stress.
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wesleythomasm
Narrow corridors, caves, and forest paths throughout.
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wesleythomasm
The Narrator (a Posthumous Character) shoots himself in the intro. Drowned Thralls have a Kamikaze attack.
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wesleythomasm
Masochistic characters sometimes deliberately hurt themselves. Flagellation (beating yourself with a whip) is a stress-releif activity at the Cathedral. The Flagellant Monk Hero can do this at Camp.
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johnpaulrossfeld
Implied, but not on-screen. The heroes can see prostitutes to relieve stress. Some mild flirting on some of the Grave Robber's lines.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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Blinky
None of the characters are explicitly stated to be LGBT+ since the story takes place in the middle ages, though no character is openly homophobic as well.
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wesleythomasm
While there is a POC hero, she can only be hired when your Stagecoach depot is at a high enough level.
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wesleythomasm
The Drowned Crew are a bunch of ghost pirates who were drowned by a magicked anchor. They can force heroes to experience this.
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wesleythomasm
The Highwayman and Musketeer heroes, and Bandit Fusilier enemies wield guns. One boss is a whole-ass 10-pounder cannon and its crew.
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