The Penumbra Podcast

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Does an animal die?
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wrenbears
There are multiple monsters in the Second Citadel storyline, and although most of them are intelligent creatures closer to people than animals, I recall there being at least one giant rat being kiled (and multiple sentient plants if that applies)
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mistersandman
A character stuns a dog with a blaster. It is never clarified whether the dog was killed by this.
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ghostwillows
Second Citadel has some major plot points involving a giant insect in the overarching plot as well as The Sportive Nymphs featuring insects heavily
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mistersandman
[spoilers] A bomb is implanted inside a cat’s stomach, and it explodes.
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mistersandman
Multiple characters are said to drink heavily, or at least have a background of alcoholism.
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Roosterwhale
The main character in the Juno Steel storyline struggles with alchohol abuse
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supernovathehuman
There is a very important plot point Juno Steel and the Final Resting Place involving eye mutilation that carries on to the rest of the Juno Steel story line.
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robin
In the side story Shaken a character severely injures her hands. It is described in detail. This story can be skipped and does not tie into the main series.
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supernovathehuman
Torture is a prominent plot point in Juno Steel and the Final Resting Place.
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Roosterwhale
Two characters are held captive under threat of torture in the Juno Steel storyline, and a character is abducted in the Second Citadel storyline
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centauriempire
Annie, the younger sister of Juno's friend Sasha, was accidentally killed when they were children. The episode Juno Steel and the Day That Wouldn't Die takes place on the 25th anniversary of her death, and is heavily focused on the events of the day she died.
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mistersandman
[spoilers] The main character’s mother is dead.
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Roosterwhale
In the Juno Steel storyline, a character suspects their husband of cheating to the point of hiring a private detective, but there is no actual cheating
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ghostwillows
In the stand alone episode Home it seems like the boy is taken over by the spirit of the house but its left a bit unclear
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mistersandman
There are some abrupt loud noises.
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supernovathehuman
[SPOILERS] There are mentions of ghosts" during Juno Steel and the Monster's Reflection when Juno dreams vividly of his dead brother, who is referred to as a ghost multiple times.
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mistersandman
Juno is stalked in season 2, although the extent of it is that someone is watching him. It is later revealed to be a non-issue.
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piesandfalcs
There are many kissing noises.
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Roosterwhale
While not a hospital, there are also some medical scenes in Second Citadel, as a main character is a doctor
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supernovathehuman
There is self harm during the independent story Shaken.
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Roosterwhale
At one point characters travel underground for a long period of time in an old shuttle that is not the most structurally sound
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supernovathehuman
A character develops disordered eating in the independent story Shaken.
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mistersandman
In several episodes of the Juno Steel storyline, especially in season 2, characters are gaslighted or otherwise manipulated.
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piesandfalcs
It is a podcast.
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supernovathehuman
Make outs and almost-sexual-encounters in the Juno Steel story line, references to an off screen sexual encounter in the Second Citadel story line.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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Beech
In the Second Citadel story line background characters are ablest towards a main character who is physically disabled
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Sketch Ree Mead
Mayor Pilot Pereyra is nonbinary and dies in Juno Steel and the Promised Land
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Roosterwhale
In Juno Steel and the Man in Glass Part one, a character is referred to as male up until it is revealed she has recently transitioned. No one makes a big deal out of it, and afterwards her correct pronouns are used by everyone.
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Roosterwhale
The Juno Steel storyline prominently features child abuse as a past event
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supernovathehuman
Child abuse is mentioned many times in the Juno Steel story line, as it is a prominent element of Juno's backstory, I would recommend against listening to the entire story line if it is a trigger for you.
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piesandfalcs
No, but there is the threat of mass extinction at one point.
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dylan
[SPOILERS FOR JUNO STEEL STORYLINE: THE DRAGON'S DEN] at the end, a woman falls from a height too significant to survive. it is not explicitly described.
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ghostwillows
There's shooting throughout the Juno Steel arcs, they're laser rifles but people do die Also two characters are forced to shoot eachother with pistols in Lesson Learned
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ghostwillows
In Lady of the Lake its mentioned that a man drowned in the lake
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