Amphibia

TV Show • 2019 • Animation  Report
Does a cat die?
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Wiii
No, but there are many frog-like characters that get harmed
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Mbfly
Bugs are shown many times
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Does an animal die?
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Mbfly
Some frog characters died on screen
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goodwitchluzura
no horses at all
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andymoo
Anne and Sprig encounter a water snake during the second episode.
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Luppy
There is spiders in most episodes, usually used as jumpscares too so they're not easy to see coming. There is also smaller/more sylized spiders in longer scenes.
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Wiii
(Spoilers) King Andrias hunts down Anne & spies on her family during the second season, so yeah, kinda
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Mbfly
Anne is/was mentally abused by her friends, this is shown many times on the first season
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Violeta
A child is manipulated, lied to and physically harmed - almost dead - by an adult character in season 2. Same child is implied to have aa bad life back at home, but it's not shown much
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goodwitchazura
A teenage girl is addicted to fighting, even if it’s dangerous. She seems to not care if she gets hurt in the fight so long as she wins. She even goes so far as to attempt suicide after she loses a fight. But then again, it’s a kids show so it’s not too disturbing per se
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goodwitchazura
in sasha’s theme song takeover they are seen drinking beer, but it’s not an addiction. lady olivia says “if anyone needs me i’ll be in the kitchen drinking…. juice” implying she was drinking alcohol, but it’s not an addiction.
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marcylore
In the episode "Olivia & Yunan," Marcy is tortured while strapped to a chair and screaming in pain, eventually passing out. The scene is pretty shocking and disturbing, especially compared to the usual content of the show.
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goodwitchluzura
anne slices sasha’s cheek in the s1 finale. some blood, nothing gross. it was a deep cut, as shown by the scar that is prominently visible in every scene with sasha. sasha also gets her back sliced open in all in, and there is blood shown for the rest of the episode
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OneirosDream
Not exactly, but there are scenes about Anne getting dental work on Earth and being loopy from painkillers or sedation... because her teeth got messed up from poor dental hygiene during her many months in Amphibia.
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Violeta
No, but in the ending of season 2 a character is stabbed with a fire sword while alive and conscious
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Ailykat
S1E29 (A Night at the Inn) – The main characters are drugged and tied onto a rotisserie above a fire. Everyone survives the encounter, but there is a discussion about how the characters will be eaten, and the word "cannibal" is used multiple times.
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PigDoodles
There is now! (SPOILERS) Grime gets his arm cut off by a scythe. No blood, but you see the silhouette of his arm falling limply to the ground. A bit unnerving.
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lucidlyjoker
Not really finger mutilation, but Grime gets his arm cut off in the second to last episode by Darcy's scythe.
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wafflebot_hangar
Though he is rescued, in the Season 2 finale, "True Colors", Sprig is dropped from a window by King Andrias with the intent of killing him. EDIT: In the Season 3 episode "All In", during Anne's battle with Andrias, she falls multiple times while being knocked down or out of the sky. Several times she hits the ground or the top of a building and one time she flies through several buildings, and she expresses pain, however no injury is shown. It can still be startling or frightening.
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andymoo
Grime is shown to have a glass eye, but we've yet to see the origins of that eye. His sister Beatrix is a similar case.
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Ailykat
S1E19 (Toad Tax) – A character's arm is broken. There is a cutaway to avoid seeing or hearing the break, but the character audibly cries out and is seen clutching their arm. They are later seen wearing a cast.
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Violeta
One of the main characters, who's 13, is stabbed with a sword and falls down on s2. It's later revealed, in the s3 intro, that she survived, but the scene can be very upsetting.
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andymoo
Sprig is briefly held hostage by King Andrias in True Colors as a way to force the heroes to hand over the Calamity Box, only to get dropped out of the castle.
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FuckinFaeriesMan
A beloved action figure of one of the main characters gets accidentally broken by another character
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Violeta
Sprig and Polly's parents are dead, and it's a reccuring theme in s2. It's shown how they died too
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auracrazykoko
In season 3, the episode “sprigs birthday”features a clown character and a hot air balloon shaped like a purposefully scary clown face.
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JanuaryLove
no nudity but yeah
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JanuaryLove
not in the usual sense, but most s1 episodes feature a fun normal adventure and then a giant spider with fire teeth or something pops out of nowhere for some reason
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wafflebot_hangar
In the second segment of S3 E7, titled "Olivia & Yunan", a member of the main cast of characters, Marcy Wu, is possessed by an entity that is referred to as "The Core". She is unwillingly strapped to an electric-chair type contraption and The Core's conscience is downloaded into her brain through a helmet and multiple wires that are plugged into her limbs. She is also electrocuted in the process and screams in agony. This scene can be very upsetting for viewers, squeamish or not. EDIT: This possession remains a plotline until All In, where Sasha cuts the wire keeping the Core's helmet connected to Marcy. The result of this includes electricity and Darcy screaming, supposedly in pain, and can be just as disturbing as the initial possession in Olivia & Yunan. The Core takes control of the moon in the finale, however the moon isn't a sentient being, so it doesn't count as possession. The Core is also shown to be able to influence Andrias through his crown.
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beckrrr
one episode involves a spitting competition
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goodwitchluzura
in ‘grubhog day’, an easily skippable episode, anne makes a joke about this
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loud screaming and blade noises as a child gets possessed.
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wafflebot_hangar
In S2 E6, "Marcy at the Gates", Sprig is eaten by a creature known as a Barbariant. The creature promptly spits him out after Marcy allows herself to also be eaten to save him, being regurgitated as well.
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OliveTheTiger
No but there is a scene that very much resembles it at the end of the episode Yunan and Olivia
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marcylore
There is a very brief scene in the Marcy Theme Song Takeover where Marcy is seen in a hospital bed after breaking her leg.
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andymoo
Marcy is commonly headcanoned to be neurodivergent, and two of the most infamous scenes featuring her show her getting stabbed in the back (both figuratively and literally), and later possessed by a corrupt AI in a scene so shocking, even King Andrias can't bear to watch any more.
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vaska
some of the slapstick body humor triggers my misophonia at which point i just skip or mute, its not that often and usually skipping stuff doesnt affect anything since a considerable amount of the show is filler
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a girl attempts suicide, purposefully does dangerous quests, and forced herself to sleep in a barn because she’s not worthy of a bed.
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OliveTheTiger
No but Polly says “I don’t want to live on this planet anymore” in response to a joke in an episode, it’s not serious though
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marcylore
In "All In," the Plantars' trauma from the herons that killed Sprig and Polly's parents is explicitly discussed as such. It's possible that the main trio have PTSD as well, but this is at the most only slightly hinted at in the show, like Anne remembering the events of "Reunion" during "Handy Anne."
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lovegoods
while they are not canonically mentally ill, a character exhibits suicidal behaviour and shows strong traits of mental illness (bpd specifically) and is very violent.
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FuckinFaeriesMan
No but a character tries to save her friends by sacrificing herself (throwing herself off a cliff) and she's resqued before anything happens but might be triggering nonetheless
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Does a baby cry?
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wafflebot_hangar
In the second segment of S3 E7, "Olivia & Yunan", there is a brief segment of flashing images as Marcy is possessed by The Core.
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FuckinFaeriesMan
Off screen, only referenced once in S2
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icespider
A major character (who is queer-coded and widely assumed to be queer) has a scene in which she is nearly murdered in the season 2 finale; in true Disney fashion, it’s designed to seem as if its an ambiguous “death,” but its assumed by the characters that she is dead. However, it’s later revealed that she is not.
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mastermarcywu
Several jokes aimed towards Hop Pop, who is overweight, but not towards others, just him.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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solace
kinda? i honestly think the writers didn’t realise the implications. hop pop is dating a woman named sylvia. sylvia’s granddaughter is dating sprig, hop pop’s grandson.
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andymoo
A statue of Santa Claus is turned into a killer robot during Season 3's Christmas episode by King Andrias in another plot to kill Anne. When the robot is destroyed, a child asks his father if Santa will be okay, to which the father replies that he won't with a smile.
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Violeta
Season 1 and season 2 both have sad endings
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FuckinFaeriesMan
The alternative to cars in this show is snails. A character who doesn't know how to drive drives off a cliff and lands in a forest. No damage to the characters or the snail.
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marcylore
There's a large superweapon capable of creating massive explosions that annihilate huge areas and produces giant mushroom clouds. It's not ever stated to be nuclear, but could be interpreted as such.
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JanuaryLove
sasha gets her face cut in a fight. very little blood. scar is shown after. marcy is stabbed. no blood, but still disturbing and gross. marcy is injected painfully with something in olivia & yunan. highly disturbing and pretty gross. anne gets a papercut and its zoomed in on. overall, not gory really
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