Deltarune

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RowanOakley
You can kill catlike monsters in Chapter 2.
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Crux
A dog-like boss is battled twice in combat, but is seen alive and well at the end of the game.
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Lasagna
A cartoonish caterpillar can be found in the Scarlet Forest, but seeing and interacting with it are optional.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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lancelot
DELTARUNE CH2 SPOILERS // In a specific route, it is heavily implied that Berdly (a bird) is either braindead or in a comatose in the real world due to the player getting Noelle to perform the SNOWGRAVE spell against him in the dark world.
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DoesTheMonsterDie
Some of the first monsters you fight are diamond snakes.
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tial
The alternate route in chapter 2 involves you manipulating a girl into committing genocide, one of the victims of which being a close friend of hers, and gaslighting her as she suppresses all her killings, stuggles to remember what happens during battles and whether or not the events in the dark world were a dream, resulting in a breakdown at the end of the chapter when confronted with the fact that everything was real. It’s very disturbing on a level arguably more than the genocide route in Undertale. The requirements in order to trigger this route are super specific though, there’s no way in hell you’ll trigger this accidentally, or even intentionally without help from a guide, so you can very easily avoid this route if it disturbs you.
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MothmanAnon
A character is attacked by their father near the end of the game, Same character is also implied to be neglected by their father
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Jadespade
It is implied that said character's father doesn't feed him.
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peritoons
chapter 2's antagonist frequently drinks, but whether or not that is an addiction is up to player interpretation
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peritoons
chapter 2's antagonist is frequently seen with a glass of battery acid; the acid is implied to have the same effects as alcohol and she is shown to be drunk/tipsy after drinking it in several scenes (the scenes are not optional)
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peritoons
a puzzle enemy shaves their beard after being given a donation, but the shaving is not shown onscreen. the dialogue is also optional
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GreenTeaMoxie
In the fight against Queen and Berdly (both at once), if you choose to battle by fighting, it ends with Berdly's entire arm getting burned, not graphically
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sissel
One of the enemies you encounter are based on lego blocks, you have the option to rearrange them to spare them, but failure in doing so would place their legs where their head should be and viceversa. It's played comically and It shouldn't be of issue
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Sesse998
Two characters have a big fall near the start of the game but no injuries or death happen
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Jadespade
Kris can die, but in the way a playable character can after losing all health.
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peritoons
(minor spoilers for chapter 2) yes, chapter two's antagonist captures several characters in cages, but they are later released
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shinogikeiji
He doesn't die, but a side character's father is hospitalized and seems to be a bit sickly.
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RainM
There is a quite frightening scene at the end of chapter 1 (when kris gets out of bed and starts limping). It could possibly be considered a jumpscare.
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spacebees
The optional boss is an evil clown/jester.
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PalpitoadPlays
Nabstablook is a minor NPC in hometown in chapter 2. Though they are extremely nonthreatening, they are still a ghost
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anonamus
MAJOR SPOILER WARNING The protagonist appears to be possessed by the player (or at least, someone), and reacts violently to this in the ending.
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Dizzyrizzyroo
Hi, deltarune fan here. This is incorrect. The existence of cops in a piece of media doesnt equal copaganda. Also, the cops have been shown thus far as reckless and completely incompetent.
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spacebees
The scene is completely optional and can be avoided by just not entering the hospital.
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teapotcutie
Not sure if it counts, but Chapter 2 has the antag use electrical plugs wires to control people. SPOILERS FOR REST If you don't loosen the wires in the Queen boss, this will result in the electricity damaging a minor character's arm.
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PalpitoadPlays
In chapter 2, there are computer virus and computer anti-virus enemies. Jokes relating to health and real viruses are at play, and when doing a certain ACT, susie holds a very large syringe.
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Jadespade
We don't know why, but Rudy Holiday (Noelle's dad) is in the hospital for an unspecified illness.
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parappaonps2
in one of the optional battles the main character is said to have goosebumps and starts screaming if they say no when asked if they are ok. debatable whether this an anxiety attack but still worth mentioning!
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valtelgvrtea
*MAJOR SPOILERS* a character is seen ripping their own heart/soul out at the very end of the game, but we aren't sure what this means yet and it is possible that it could or could not be self harm
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muffintime
It's unspecified what kind of illness they have, and it doesn't feel super stigmatized, but it could be triggering for someone. The two characters it applies to seem prone to derealization, and they're depicted somewhat sympathetically.
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RowanOakley
Nothing is outright stated, but one character appears to eat inedible objects often.
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Does a baby cry?
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parappaonps2
one of the overarching plot points has to do with the player possessing the main character, and a few characters are implied to know the player exists.
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RowanOakley
Kris canonically uses they/them pronouns; in-game, everyone uses the right pronouns at all times and Kris' gender is never commented on. However, much like Undertale, this is a point of contention in fandom spaces, so be cautious.
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repley
Kris, who is canonically non-binary, can die in the same way any RPG protagonist can, however none of these possible deaths are related to homophobia or transphobia whatsoever.
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peritoons
not at all! there are many big characters in the game and their sizes aren't used as a punchline
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RowanOakley
Ralsei can wear ribbons and wears a cloak that somewhat resembles a dress. It's not really played for laughs.
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RubyBirdy
depends on how you see spamton's design, there's no antisemitism in dialogue though, and no characters are confirmed jewish
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RubyBirdy
the only human character isn't black, and anyone who you can kill is usually not portrayed as human-like
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peritoons
in chapter 2, a character will deliver the line "It Means Tity" after prompting a dialogue referring to her "bosom". the dialogue is comical and entirely optional.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
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MisterBeret
The first chapter ends on a very ambiguous note.
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PalpitoadPlays
Chapter 2 has many crosswalks that they must traverse, pressing buttons to stop the active traffic. Getting hit by a car harmlessly returns you to the nearest bit of sidewalk, but you do indeed get hit by a car
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MothmanAnon
Mild pixel gore in the ending- spoilers- the main character rips their own heart out- there isn’t any visible blood
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RainM
There are many comical explosions, but none resemble a nuclear one.
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