Fire Emblem: Fates

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Does a cat die?
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No horses visibly die, but if an ally or enemy who rides a horse is defeated then their horse will be shown collapsing/falling while the rider is thrown off.
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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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Are there incestuous relationships?
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ldotrage
The player character, Corrin, can marry and produce children with any other character, including any of their adoptive siblings or "birth" siblings. There's a cop-out twist that reveals they're not actually related, but this is only revealed after you've already married them. Even if you don't marry them, at least one of them (your older sister, Camilla) acts overtly flirtatious and sexual with you, regardless. It's also possible for male Corrin to marry Azura, who turns out to be his first cousin.
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In both Conquest and Birthright, a dragon named Lilith will end up passing while sided with you. In Revelation, you and your team slay a godlike dragon.
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This depends on the player. Allies and the player themselves can have children. Certain gamemodes are built so that defeat results in death.
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Early on, the main character's mother is killed in a cutscene, and the player has to kill their father, who is the bad guy.
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In line with kid and parent death. There are only two LGBT characters, Niles and Rhajat. Niles is available for marriage with men and Rhajat for women. They can both die in specific gamemodes, as well as depending on the story path you take.
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There is sort of a happy ending. The game focuses on the hardships and loss obtaining said happy ending, which nullifies and makes it not so much a happy ending. Significant characters die in both Conquest and Birthright, while Revelation can be considered the true ending, with as little loss as possible.
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Can't cheat the S Support system
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In Birthright, the character Flora will set herself on fire out of guilt for attacking her former liege and sister. In Conquest, the character Ryouma will commit seppuku after his defeat in order to help the player avoid killing him themselves.
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In Conquest, the character Takumi will throw himself off the railing of the wall after battle. However, he was being possessed and had already been dead prior to the jump.
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Unless it counts for children being killed in classic, then yes it does.
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In Birthright, the character Flora will set herself on fire out of guilt for attacking her former liege and sister.
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MorganGrimasVoice
Azura, when a child. She was kidnapped from Nohr to live the rest of her life with the Hoshidan's. She says that she loves living in Hoshido with her "adoptive" family since the Queen thinks/treats Azura, growing up, as a daughter.
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In all game routes, King Garon is possessed. In Birthright and Conquest, Takumi will be possessed but it is more prevalent in Conquest. Takumi’s possession is also spoken about in Revelation. Also in Revelation, Gunter will be possessed.
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Rhjat
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Niles does wear an eye patch (in the Japanese version, he says his eye was taken from him by an unworthy person) and Saizo has a scar along his eye, with the eyeball white with cataracts, but no eye violence is depicted.
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madalynbothel
Fictional hate speech, but nothing from the real world. And the fictional stuff is mostly calling people "x country scum" and the like.
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