Ensemble Stars

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Does an animal die?
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Does a cat die?
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Are there bugs?
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darkness4
Rinne has a gambling addiction, and Jin has a dependency on alcohol and cigarettes
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reiritsu
Mayoi almost added a little "medicine" into their energy drinks but Tatsumi suddenly came (Tatsumi’s 2nd idol story)
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na stos na stos
izumi sena shaved his eyebrows as a kid because he thought that they looked ugly
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bonbonbon
There is a brief mention of torture in the prologue of "Tempest", but that's all it is--it's just hypothetical and it's not further discussed.
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fiore
While more explicit references are limited to the Meteor Impact event story, Kanata Shinkai was raised in a cult which would follow cannibalistic traditions in times of disaster. These traditions are explicitly described within the event story, and directly affect Kanata's life at that point of the story, as well as his morals and self-perception during the whole series. There are also light-hearted gags about cannibalism including Niki Shiina when he is particularly hungry. One particular scene that references Niki Shiina's father's past during the !! Main Story may be seen as having cannibalistic implications, but it's currently just fan speculation.
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In "Checkmate", a character breaks their arm. Another character gives a pretty graphic description of the event in the chapter titled "A Solitary Throne - 7". There's also a more minor example with Tatsumi having broken his leg in the past.
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reiritsu
Kaoru’s mother (mentioned)
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mitsouke
One character is constantly kidnapped by another earlier in the story for comedic effect
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Does a kid die?
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bonbonbon
Izumi stalks Makoto for pretty much the first half of the original story.
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bonbonbon
Characters speaking of ghosts is not uncommon, however there are no actual ghosts.
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Eichi Tenshouin is often hospitalized due to terminal illness. There are many instances of hospitals being brought up, or characters visiting hospitals for one reason or another. Instances include the beginning of Checkmate, and Tatsumi Kazehaya's mentions of being hospitalized in the past.
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Eichi Tenshouin has a terminal illness. Throughout the story he is often hospitalized due to his condition, and he is very aware of his life expectancy, his relationship with mortality being a driving force behind many of his actions. Due to the nature of the series as an idol franchise he is extremely unlikely to actually die, and is shown to have supportive friends and lead a fulfilling life.
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eccentrisse
You could say in a way that Shu may be on the spectrum, and some things he goes through and some Mademoiselle related things may count
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bridalflower
He doesn't actually die, but Hinata Aoi attempts suicide in Setsubun Festival. There is another instance of various students dying by suicide in the war.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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hibiki
There’s a brief hypothetical discussion of incest in Yuta Aoi’s idol story, but no actual incestuous relationships.
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artemismn
One of the characters is a trans girl and she is often misgendered by other characters
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In the older stories, Subaru and Koga referred to Arashi as “Okama”. Okama can either be a term to describe an effeminate man or be the equivalent of the derogatory term used to call homosexuals.
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bonbonbon
Child abuse is part of multiple characters' backstories.
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