Game of Thrones

TV Show • 2011 • Fantasy  Report
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hayleywhoa
many.
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Christina Bowling
YES. A lot of animals die on this show, from random animals to beloved pets.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
Yes
166
No
4
10
Jennifer Stark
Someone breaks a pigeon's neck with the intent of selling it as meat.
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embromator
A rat is placed into a pan against someones belly and heat is applied to the pan. Also, some dogs are left in starvation, but they later eat their owner, which is nice.
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UnagioLucio
Several direwolves fight people or monsters in battles, but the direwolves don't fight each other.
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oracleofdewphi
The costumes worn in Qarth are inspired by bugs. In season 4 episode 8, two main characters have a long conversation about a man who used to kill beetles for fun.
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11
flamegrove
A dragon is killed by the White Walkers.
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Jennifer Stark
Specifically, I think one gets beheaded. It's considered in poor taste by the onlookers, but it happens.
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Demetri Ermak
A cat's death from the hands of one of the character's psychopaths is discussed and described, but not shown. The description is quite graphic, however.
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AndyJohnson
There are not.
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CharlotteIsobelWallans
There are numerous snakes, but a statue of one is used as a jump scare in a box opened by Jaime and Cersei.
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1
marj
mainly wine; almost every episode
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3
Multiple alcoholics, for a start
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flamegrove
Cersei Lannister, Tyrion Lannister, and Robert Baratheon all drink excessively.
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jakeola10
Yes. There are multiple scenes of vivid and gruesome torture depicted, including flaying, cutting off of fingers and genitalia, and a characters hand is cut off.
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Bree Smith
One particular character is tortured, both physically and psychologically, to a point where they essentially become an entirely different person & end up entirely submissive to their captor.
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Misty Dawn Hunt
Most of an army is burned alive in the season 6 finale and episode four of season 7. A little girl is burned alive in season 5 episode 8. Dothraki are burned alive in some episode of season 6, I wanna say five. In episode two of season 9, wildfire (similar to historical Greek fire) was used to burn a whole fleet of ships and its inhabitants. It's a show with dragons and religions based around burning people alive. If you don't like fire, avoid.
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UnagioLucio
There are very graphic scenes of characters screaming while their eyes are crushed, with blood gushing from their eye sockets.
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johnatwi
Throats are cut.
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Jacob Taloricco
Oberyn Martel has his teeth knocked out shortly before he dies in The Mountain and The Viper
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CharlotteIsobelWallans
Multiple scenes with the wildlings contain references to or imagery surrounding cannibalism. Also multiple characters discuss experiences during sieges/long winters where they’ve resorted to cannibalism, other characters are told they should be first, rumours are spread about certain races being cannibals.
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Nate2020
Jojen Reed has seizures whilst seeing visions. This happens multiple times several episodes. At one point he has a seizure whilst kidnapped.
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Yes
90
No
2
2
OutOfTune
S3E3: Jaime Lannister, a main character, is led to a chopping block, where his dominant hand is amputated by a bandit. It is done cleanly, though gore is shown. Jaime then carries the hand with him on a rope around his neck. Later, he gets an artificial gold hand as replacement. A major part of his character arc is learning to live without his hand.
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flamegrove
Oberyn Martell's head is crushed by the Mountain.
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Yes
54
No
0
9
flamegrove
Ned Stark is beheaded in front of his daughters, Tywin Lannister is shot with a crossbow by his son, Catelyn Stark is killed leaving her living children orphans, Lyanna Stark dies in childbirth leaving her son Jon an orphan, Walder Frey is killed by Arya Stark, Roose Bolton is killed by his son.
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Yes
6
No
16
9
flamegrove
Small children are murdered for being the dead king's bastards, a little girl is burned alive, a little girl is poisoned, a boy jumps out of a window, a little boy is shot to death with arrows, another baby is murdered by his half-brother, a teenage boy is poisoned, a boy is killed by his cousins, and a little boy is hanged.
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UnagioLucio
Someone is captured and tortured for several seasons
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Astrid
There are some dwarf clowns at the wedding of Joffrey and Margaery.
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2
jojolavendar
Two characters chase young girls through forests with the goal to capture and kill them
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hc98
Not sure if this counts, but some characters (called wargs) are able to possess the mind of animals, and when they do so, their eyes rolled back into their head
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4
KathyT154
Yes, there‘s a shadowy ghostlike figure killing a king in season 2 (?)
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Yes
60
No
10
3
Happytoreview
Only one or 2 throughout the series, not a jump scare aimed series though
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Yes
102
No
2
Yes
24
No
0
0
May
Hot pie wets himself in Harrenhal Jaime Lannister talks about soiling himself when he is held captive by the Starks
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Season 1: safe Season 2, episode 1: Joffrey forces a man to drink a barrel of wine towards the beginning of episode, and he doubles over puking on screen (very brief). Season 2, episode 9: a man on Stannis’s ship vomits on screen into a barrel near the beginning of episode(very brief) Season 3, episode 1: While Dany and Jorah are talking on a ship, a man vomits off-screen (audible) and in the next shot, he is hunched over next to where he puked (vomit visible on ground). Season 3, episode 4: Jaime pukes onscreen after drinking from a bottle. Happens right after his captors tell him it’s horse piss. Season 4, episode 2: To avoid spoilers, I will simply just put a timestamp for this one: *49:30* Happens at Joffreys wedding(very brief). *Someone already made a list for the rest of the seasons (1-6), but for season 7-8, there is no vomit in any. Season 7 and 8 are safe!!
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Yes
0
No
81
2
Wesnr
There is some battle side medicine without adequate pain relief.
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5
YuBeace
In Season 5, Qyburn uses what is basically the GoT-universe equalivent of syringes and IV-tubes on Gregor Clegane.
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6
Emily Keeling
Lord Hoster Tully dies from cancer. The death is not shown, but his funeral is. The disease is not specifically identified as cancer on the show but is heavily implied to be cancer in the books.
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Jenny Nguyen
Jaime's hand was cut off and he had a lot of issues with that
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Wesnr
A teenager dies after allowing himself to fall from a window. The collision with the ground is not shown.
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Yes
54
No
7
Yes
45
No
3
Yes
42
No
0
Yes
0
No
3
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cassandrasaurus
The character Hodor has autistic traits and he is mistreated occasionally because of those traits.
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Megan Lucy Harrison
Battle of the Bastards has a claustrophobic scene.
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moiraine sedai
Not intentional but the cam is a bit off in the style of the early 2010s....
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May
Craster's baby sons cry, two are abandoned to die
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mariabejlegaard
A pregnant woman is stabbed in the gut, resulting in her and the unborn childs death
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Wesnr
It’s not shown on screen but it is heavily implied the a character is asking for and consuming potions or medicines with the intention of causing miscarriages.
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Wesnr
A woman is shown in the early stages of labor while fully clothed. Neither the actual birth or (stillborn) child is shown. A woman gives birth to a shadow.
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megamyrte
In S03E09 a pregnant woman is repeatedly stabbed in the stomach and dies as a result.
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Wesley Thomas
At least once an episode.
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9
StartouchMage
Many characters, many times, sometimes on-screen.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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Yes
104
No
1
12
Poisonaplez
Yes, right from episode 1.
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Yes
31
No
1
1
Only because it hadn't been invented/anachronistic. Literally every offensive term conceivable is used.
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Yes
73
No
5
4
MartinGardner
Lots of dwarf jokes for one
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May
Samwell Tarly is often insulted
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Bree Smith
I can think of at least 3 LGBT characters who are killed in the show. All of their deaths are graphic, which is in keeping with the graphic nature of the show.
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Yes
0
No
0
9
Jennifer Stark
Someone has to pretend to be a boy, someone isn't comfortable acting like a girl, someone gets castrated. A lot of people are already castrated.
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ProfessorProcyon
Anyone who's young enough to believe in Santa shouldn't even be watching this show.
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JantiqueRFielding
There is a bittersweet "Yay, I'm alive!" ending for a handful of characters. At least 10 times that many named characters died, and who knows how many thousands of extras and CGI characters! As someone else said, it depends on who (and what) you rooted for.
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embromator
Does a dragon crash count?
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UnagioLucio
A child dies by suicide in this manner
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12
LucyOranges
There are literally no cars whatsoever in the entire show.
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bumbumhead
It is shown, actually. Season 5 episode 10 (SPOILERS) while Arya is training as a faceless man, she disguises herself as a young girl in a brothel knowing that Ser Meryn Trant is a pedophile and will choose her to use. He then beats her on screen, and she takes off the face she's wearing and stabs him to death.
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UnagioLucio
The series has lots and lots of graphic violence: dismemberment, disfigurement, beheading, gruesome dead bodies, stabbing, flaying, throat slashing, burning alive, eye gouging, physical torture...
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Madi
Not exactly buried, but two characters get crushed under a falling building.
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FuuBar
No guns, just fists, swords, clubs, claws, axes, arrows, incendiaries, catapults, whips, tramples, pliers ... pretty much any way to hurt someone using medieval tools.
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Happytoreview
It's not nuclear but it's a big boom
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Yes
78
No
1
5
hc98
Multiple hangings throughout the series. In the later seasons (not sure about first few) you're even shown the facial expressions of the people that are hanged and you see them struggle
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CharlotteIsobelWallans
Multiple people are strangled, poisoned (causing choking/breathing issues), or partially/completely suffocated.
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AsterLewis
There are no cars at all in this series Horses? yes Dragons? yes Cars? No
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