The Adventure Zone

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callmedeirdre11
No, But- YOU THREW MY DOG IN THE FIRE?!
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Does a cat die?
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fightmeirlscrub
At the very beginning of the story, the boys come across Gundren and Barry's cart which has been raided by goblins and their horses slain. It is not given very much description.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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Are there bugs?
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supernovathehuman
[SPOILERS FOR TAZ BALANCE, THE STOLEN CENTURY ARC] A character is said to "look like a clown" and a "bad, drunk clown" is mentioned.
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supernovathehuman
[SPOILERS] There are multiple characters who are liches (undead, magical beings), spirits from the astral plane, and a main character is a 'grim reaper'.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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TristanSkye
There is a moment in The Crystal Kingdom arc when a pneumatic door hisses and a joke is made about the next chamber being full of snakes.
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Katie Curtin
A major character in the first arc has a spider motif and keeps a large spider as a companion
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libertyspaghetti
theres an entire arc about racing. many cars crash nonfatally.
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supernovathehuman
Many people die off-screen, including kids.
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auracrazykoko
Maureen Miller's death is the driving force of the Crystal Kingdom arc, with her son Lucas serving as an antagonist.
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leylo
No, however they do land a flying vehicle poorly once.
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fightmeirlscrub
Several LGBT people die, however by the end of the story none of them remain dead *Spoilers*: in petals to the metal both Hurley and Sloan's die after Hurley gets poisoned by Sloane and Sloane uses the Gaia sash go turn both of them into a tree. They return in Story and Song as Dryads. This is the worst example of Bury your gays and Griffin has apologized multiple times for this as he didn't know about the existence of the trope at the time. -Taako, who is gay, as well as the other two PC's dies multiple times in the 11th hour when the three are caught in a time loop that resets every hour after they die. With the exception of the first time, these deaths are known to be inconsequenctial and at least one time they intentionally blow themselves up as a joke to do something more convenientally without having to wait. - in Stolen Century Taako and Lup, who is trans, also die multiple times in a similar way to the 11th hour, being resurrected at the end of the year just like everyone else. We are told that everyone died multiple times during the Stolen Century however the only time these two are actually described dying is once when everyone but Lucretia gets turned to stone. -Lup's deaths in the Stolen Century are mitigated since she and Barry created Lich forms so they could live after death.
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leylo
There is an assisted suicide, but it’s not permanent.
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supernovathehuman
[SPOILERS FOR THE HERE THERE BE GERBLINS ARC] Magic Brian and Spider Bryan both fall to their deaths.
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libertyspaghetti
in TAZ:dust gandy, when meeting the angel of death, pukes in a corner.
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Kaleigh
The Tres H***y Boys treatment of Angus can come across as a little too mean at times, and his reactions are pretty sad, though it is played for laughs. [Spoilers] They are called out on this later and their relationship is deepened.
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supernovathehuman
[SPOILERS FOR THE HERE THERE BE GERBLINS ARC, THE ELEVENTH HOUR ARC AND THE STOLEN CENTURY ARC] The Phoenix Fire Gauntlet burns cities to the ground, and it is mentioned and spoken about in detail multiple times. People also die in explosions in The Eleventh Hour arc.
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auracrazykoko
In the arc The Eleventh Hour, the character Roswell uses they/them pronouns, but this is only established in their second appearance, so for most of their first, the players (and DM) use he/him. Other mistakes are made throughout the arc. The most significant trans character, Lup, is never misgendered.
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supernovathehuman
[SPOILERS FOR THE SUFFERING GAME ARC] Magnus's soul is pushed out of his body, and his body is taken over by a lich. Magnus then possesses a mannequin's body.
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supernovathehuman
There are many scenes in elevators, though they are not described as especially cramped, it could still be a trigger.
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sally.helander
Well, no, but there's a weapon of mass destruction that's repeatedly mentioned having wiped out entire cities with fire.
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supernovathehuman
There is a spa scene, but not a shower scene.
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supernovathehuman
Characters are injured in battle, and a character's arm is cut off.
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supernovathehuman
A character loses their eye, but not graphically.
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supernovathehuman
[SPOILERS FOR THE CRYSTAL KINGDOM ARC] A character's arm is taken over by crystal, and then cut off.
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supernovathehuman
There is no explicit s*x but there are many, MANY sexual jokes.
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