Dragon Age: 2

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Corellon
You can have a dog that fights alongside you, and he might "die" in combat, but it's not permanent.
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Alecia
You can choose not to kill dragons, but there are many instances of baby dragons and two fully grown dragons that must be killed for you to do major side quests.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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Alecia
You must fight a lot of giant spiders.
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Corellon
A character mentions superior officers making him get rid of his cat because it supposedly made him too soft.
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eridumbampoopra
Templars are shown to use Red Lyrium off screen, a drug like substance that can trigger withdrawals.
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Alecia
If you exiled Alistair in the previous game, he is shown in the bar as a wandering alcoholic.
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Alecia
No one is killed on camera, but there are various mentions of child abuse and child death (for example, Fenris talking about his slave master killing a child for blood magic).
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angstdroid
You can attempt to romance more than one person, but generally once you have progressed far enough with one relationship, you are unable to romance anyone else.
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eyesinthehills
A character's mother is killed and reanimated for use in a ritual. Not extremely gory but the scene is rather upsetting due to the nature of her death/body.
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GingerThree
Several characters close to the player can be kidnapped across various quests, potentially including their mother, their brother/sister or their love interest
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Alecia
One of your companions works as a healer for the poor, and when you first meet him, he is using magic to heal a child that is injured. There is no gore or trauma shown, and it is a brief scene.
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marialoveandy
Merrill cuts herself to perform blood magic.
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centauriempire
There is a quest that can end with a character intentionally burning himself to death after a long discussion about it with the player character. The only way to avoid this is to hand him over to be executed.
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Corellon
Overheard dialogue discussing templars assaulting mages because they know they have the power to get away with it.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
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Sheila Fisher
Karl. Bi party member Anders' former lover. Also -HEAVY SPOILERS- Anders himself, depending on player character choice near the end of the game.
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Lolaf
Particularly aimed at mages and elves though dwarves also get a little bit. Elves face racial slurs, ghettoization, being treated like petty thieves, having been made slaves and not being allowed in settlements. There is at least one in universe slur aimed at elves. Many quests deal with the plight of elves in the city and hightlight their treatment. One character is a former slave and his experience is not always respected by other party members. Mages are distrusted, often face sever physical and emotional abuse, are imprisoned and threatened with magical lobotomy. Most characters shy away from or openly display distrust of mages. One party member will constantly spout his distrust of mages at your other mage party member.
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Sheila Fisher
You end the game with your entire family dead including your father, mother and one (possibly two) siblings, a war just started over the horrific oppression you've witnessed all game, and the PC fleeing their home -again- and on the run / known as a dangerous criminal or potential war hero. The game could alternatively be titled How Hawke's life just kept getting worse: The Game". ABSOLUTELY not a happy ending.
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Sheila Fisher
Many mentions, but rarely anything on screen. Fenris for one, many many mage children mentioned for another. The Templar character Ser Alrik is seen threatening a young girl to (essentially) lobotomize and abuse her as he has been doing to others throughout the game.
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