Wonder Egg Priority

Anime • 2021 • Mystery  Report
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ohaidoggy
A (fantasy) animal is killed brutally on-screen, and then force-fed to it's owner
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sakurawontletthedogdie
Fantasy animals are brutally murdered in the last two episodes, one of them even being fed to its owner after being killed.
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tieriaerde
In the first episode, a character buries a dead bug. It then comes to life and speaks to her -- the bug is a mentor figure of sorts to the main characters, but he does not usually appear as a bug. From episode 10 onward, three characters are introduced with winged insects for heads.
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lolyon2k4
In episode 10 one alive animal is being eat on-screen.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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erinbro
An animal is killed and eaten on screen
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MelonLord
Neiru's animal is a snake. It's cute, though.
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MelonLord
There are all sorts of creepy creatures, though. I wouldn't rule out spiders in the future
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Does a cat die?
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JayR
Episode 11 shows a graphic scene of an uncle abusing and abandoning a teenager he raised. The child is a robot, but looks and acts human
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tsumugiaoba
Episode 3, the enemy was a stalker of an idol and was arrested for that.
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cxyue
In episode 2, a gymnast is physically abused by her coach.
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sajaella
In ep 2 a character is physically abused by their coach
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AxieLotl
A character's mom is an alcoholic.
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JayR
No, but in episode ten a teenager explains how they were raped by their teacher and there's a flashback (lasting about 20 seconds) that shows the teacher forcibly holding the student down, both fully clothed
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50493
In episode 4, a young girl describes her experience of being molested by an adult, then later begins allowing a repeat instance in order to trick her abuser. In episode 10, brief scenes of a student being correctively raped by his advisor are described and shown.
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JayR
There are multiple scenes where characters are restrained by Wonder Killers
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JayR
Wonder Killers, while not appearing to be humans, can have humanoid traits that can be considered grotesque or creepy. They explode into blood when they are killed.
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ryoasuka
in the last episode a characters eye is taken out
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lolyon2k4
Monsters' heads get squashed sometimes.
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grifbot
a humanlike AI is forcibly stashed under the floorboards, left to rot.
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bitchboynaughty
Episode 12 shows a character losing an eye.
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McGirlGal
Multiple characters are psychologically tortured throughout the series by a physical manifestation of the thing that made them kill themselves.
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Dreamdust1600
-Spoilers- the main charaters are force fed their pets
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ohaidoggy
explicitly self-harm
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tieriaerde
A character is seen laying down in pain and saying her ribs are broken, but immediately after, she gets up and says she's fine.
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bitchboynaughty
In episode 1, a character falls to her death. While the actual event is not shown, there is a shot of her body afterwards.
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JayR
A character is thrown down a flight of stairs in episode eleven
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Deny005
There are minors sexualised by other characters, but never to us
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MelonLord
A lot. The show is about suicide of teenagers
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Beaver
All Bath and Shower Scenes are respectful, but they're still there
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missy1570
There aren't any sudden jump scares but somethings may be seen as so
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ShanBelmounte
Some monsters look very clown-ish but they're not specifically clowns - they're manifestations of trauma. So if something looking like a clown is bad for you, be advised.
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JayR
Acca and Ura-Acca are talking mannequins that appear in every episode in the series
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JayR
A character uses enlarged razors as weapons in the Egg World. In episode seven a character holds a razor to their arm with the intent of self-harm, but decides not to
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deadtower
In episode 11, a character says another character has wet herself, but it's not explicitly shown.
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Cheshiure
In episode ten, a character recounts a recent traumatizing memory and vomits into the sink
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Maktopus
There is also a lot of screaming
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bitchboynaughty
Episode 6 contains a character who mentions being sent to a mental institution.
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tsumugiaoba
In episode 9 the monster stabs himself with a syringe
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cxyue
They are not graphic, although one of the characters frequently goes to the hospital.
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missy1570
There are probably 1 or 2 in the show. But personally going into the show without any knowledge of what it was about,I had a couple watching it.
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deadtower
One character smacks her lips several time throughout the episode, and it becomes a trigger for two of the characters.
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JayR
The plot and main conflict of the show is about suicide. It is talked about and shown in graphic detail.
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sajaella
In episode three, a character describes a friend of theirs dying from an eating disorder
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Onihime
Pretty much at least one person per episode is someone who killed themselves
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50493
In episode 3, a character is seen with self-harm scars on their arm. Additionally, in the latter half of episode 7, there is a theme of using self-harm to avoid other issues. Two characters talk directly about cutting, show scars, and one holds a blade to their arm. In the same episode, they are cut along the injury by an enemy, drawing blood, and accept the wound. (Some scenes are shown as flashbacks in ep. 8)
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tsumugiaoba
One of the main characters is shown to experience body dysmorphia
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Does a baby cry?
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Cheshiure
It's not a pregnant women, it's a trans boy who is unwillingly pregnant, but he does die while pregnant.
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LuisaP
episode 10. not in cam, but it's talked about how someone kill himself because he got pregnant
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erinbro
A transgender character presumably commits suicide (not shown on screen)
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sajaella
Episode 10 includes an explicitly transgender character who is misgendered
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McGirlGal
Yes, but it is presented as a bad thing.
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Onihime
Although fatphobia is not used as comic relief, if this theme is triggering for you please be aware that the major point of the third episode is a character telling a fat girl that they could never be friends because she wouldn't befriend a fat person. This causes the girl to desperately try to lose weight (Most likely starving herself) and dying.
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JayR
Sexual abuse between minors and adults are shown and described in the show often, but never in a positive light
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erinbro
A character is raped on screen. Nothing sexually explicit is shown on screen.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
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bitchboynaughty
No incestuous relationships are shown, but in episode 11, an underage girl offers to marry an adult she is related to. The advance gets rejected.
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misaki
still ongoing
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MelonLord
You shouldn't let children that are young enough to belive in Santa watch this, though.
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JayR
In episode one, Ai is kneeling on the road and a car honks at her to get her to move.
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tieriaerde
Not realistic; it takes place in a "dream world" of sorts.
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Saxy
There is blood since the 1st chapter. If you have any suicidal behaviours or thoughs... or you are just very sensitive to this topics, I advise you to do not watch this anime.
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Thistle
In episode 12 a character's body is shown floating to the surface of a swimming pool after they drown themself.
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