The Wolf Among Us

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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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Does a cat die?
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ChokitPy
A dead person is discovered to have abused drugs. We see track marks.
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voidkatzen
During the fight with Beast at the Open Arms, Bigby pokes his clawed fingers into Beast's eyes and Beast has blood coming from his eyes even after the fight is finished.
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ChokitPy
You can optionally rip off someone's arm.
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ChokitPy
The main character has his arm broken and has to graphically put it back in place. Very gorey.
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ChokitPy
You can optionally abuse a suspect.
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Dearborn
A character is taken against his will by the antagonists of the game. We don't see anything of the kidnapping past that.
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ChokitPy
A kid can optionally get hit, not by their parent.
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iamconstantine
A character believes that their partner is cheating on them, but quickly finds out that this isn't the case.
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ChokitPy
One of main characters is stalked and harassed by a male colleague. It's a major plot point.
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Redz
A few Characters spit blood out.
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Redz
Yes but it's not suicidal.
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Redz
Episode 5's final fight.
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Redz
One of the Characters feel guilty for being involved with the murders and kills themselves by removing their head. Later another Character who is bleeding out begs the player to finish them.
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Dearborn
[SPOILERS] In one of the final scenes, you engage in a verbal battle with a character who is attempting to manipulate the jury onto his side. He's done objectively horrible things, but he guilts them and spins it in a way that makes them question if he's actually as bad as he seems or if he was their saviour, despite being the cause of all their problems. It's a very good example of gaslighting because it can even make the player question if they've made the right decisions.
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iamconstantine
Some characters are strippers/prostitutes. You discover that one character is playing out sexual fantasies of another character via prostitutes. The player walks in on a stripper practicing her dance routine topless.
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ChokitPy
There are multiple prostitutes and a women is stalked by her boss.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
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Depends on how you feel about the relationship between the two main characters. Regardless, while the conflict has been solved, we're left with a main character who hardly seems better off for all the strife he went through. It's not a truly happy ending, that's for sure.
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Redz
Soft between Beauty and Beasts. It's mostly misunderstandings. They never physically hurt each other.
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Dearborn
This game is very, very heavy on gore. Limbs are ripped off, exposed bones are shown, and a character gets multiple rounds of buckshot in their chest. In fact, one of the main plot points is that it's extremely hard to kill all of the characters in this game, so when they are injured, it's not a pretty sight. You as the player commit about half the violence in the game, and innocent seeming choices can sometimes lead to violence, so even trying to play a pacifist route can be difficult.
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Redz
Toad's kid. While it's up to anyone to consider his actions abusive or not. He doesn't speak kindly to his son.
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