Cult of the Lamb

Video Game • 2022 • Adventure  Report
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Mkosmorama
Followers can die, and there are cat followers.
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Mkosmorama
Followers can die, and there are dog followers.
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Mkosmorama
Depending on the player's choices, The Lamb can harm their animal followers.
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Mkosmorama
Yes, there are a few NPCs and enemies that are bugs.
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Mkosmorama
[[SPOILERS]] Although not all of them are dogs, there's an unlockable Ritual where you can make Followers fight each other.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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Mkosmorama
The main protagonist, a sheep, dies in the intro, but is brought back to life. There's also an option to kill your followers, though it isn't necessary. Followers can also die from old age.
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Mkosmorama
The main protagonist, a sheep, dies in the intro, but is brought back to life. There's also an option to kill your followers, though it isn't necessary. Followers can also die from old age.
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Mkosmorama
While I'm not 100% sure, there seem to be horse followers, and followers can die.
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Mkosmorama
One of the NPCs you can talk to is a snake, although they are friendly and don't harm the player.
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Mkosmorama
One of the main bosses takes the form of a somewhat humanoid spider. There's also a few spider NPCs.
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CobaltCosmos
For some reason, there do not seem to be any children in this game. Most followers you obtain have their age listed at least in their 20s upon recruitment, and considering they can get married, the protagonist is presumably of age. Hence, there doesn't seem to be child abuse, if only due to an acute lack of children in this cruel world.
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You can brainwash your cult. You can choose not to do this,though. It is also implied that re-educating dissenters is this.
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CobaltCosmos
It is TECHNICALLY possible for the player to set up a scenario where they are married to a follower, and then murder that follower. If familial violence is included, it is stated that one character wounded all of his siblings in the past, and these wounds seem to persist.
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Mkosmorama
[[SPOILERS]] One NPC is implied to be addicted to mushrooms, and exhibits symptoms of addiction such as dependance and paranoia. His followers make comments on how unpredictable his behavior is.
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Mkosmorama
[[SPOILERS]] One unlockable ritual gives the Lamb the ability to brainwash their Followers with mushrooms, resulting in a trippy screen effect and the Followers sporting dazed looks. After the ritual wears off, some Followers will get sick.
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Mkosmorama
The Lamb is put in shackles in the intro, and you have the option to restrain your Followers if they Dissent. The One Who Waits is also in shackles, though freeing him is part of the game's plot.
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Mkosmorama
While optional, you can give Followers meals made from the meat of deceased Followers. However, this lowers your Faith, unless you unlock a specific trait.
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CobaltCosmos
One of the Bishops, Kallamar, is missing his ears; and an NPC one can gamble with is missing their hand thanks to a previous gamble, though it is not graphic and they're quite sure they can get it back.
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Mkosmorama
The Lamb gets their head cut off in the game's intro, but is brought back to life. [[SPOILERS]] The Bishop's heads explode when they are defeated.
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Mkosmorama
While no one is hanged on-screen, hanging skeletons can be seen in the background of the various dungeons.
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Mkosmorama
One of the Four Bishops, Leshy, had his eyes torn out by The One Who Waits. While covered by a blindfold, his eye sockets are constantly bleeding. Also, when preforming Rituals, the Lamb's eyes will start to bleed.
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CobaltCosmos
Murdering a follower appears to be through psychic strangulation. (That said, there's better ways to be rid of troublesome followers.)
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Mkosmorama
[[SPOILERS]] In the bad ending, the Lamb's arms and legs are broken.
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skyistheground
Nobody in the game is a child. The bishops are old deities and none of your followers can be younger then 20 years old.
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Mkosmorama
[[SPOILERS]] There's an NPC you can help who is implied to be addicted to mushrooms. If you stop by their location a few in-game days after completing their quest line, you will find them dead, presumably from an overdose.
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Mkosmorama
In Follower rooms, you save a Follower that has been can be kidnapped by a rival cult. One NPC also sells Followers to you that he kidnapped.
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mimecrime
You can marry multiple followers in your cult and there's a chance of them becoming jealous the more spouses you have, though I wouldn't necessarily count this as cheating.
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Mkosmorama
[[SPOILERS]] Not a parent, but there's a secret mission that can result in the protagonist's mentor dying. The mission is optional, unless you want to 100% the game.
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Mkosmorama
The Lamb themselves is possessed by a Dark God, kickstarting the events of the game. [[SPOILERS]] There's also a Summoning Circle you can unlock, where a Follower can be possessed by a demon to help you in battle.
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Mkosmorama
[[SPOILERS]] If you unlock Necromantic weapons, it has a chance of summoning friendly ghosts that help you in combat. There's also a Summoning Circle you can unlock, where a Follower can be possessed by a demon to help you in battle.
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Your cultists poop. A lot.
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Mkosmorama
Some of the meals you cook have a chance of causing Followers to vomit. Some bosses also fight by spitting up acid.
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Mkosmorama
Various bone-crunching noises/blood-splatting noises play whenever The Lamb strikes an enemy.
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Mkosmorama
The Followers do defecate after eating, and if it isn't cleaned up, they can get sick from it.
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Mkosmorama
[[SPOILERS]] Right before the Bishop fights, some of their followers ritually sacrifice themselves with a dagger. In a secret mission, The Lamb can give half a heart to the secret NPC, while leaves their last heart permanently halved.
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skyistheground
Followers make chewing sounds when they eat. You can quickly cook meals then move out of earshot, though.
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mimecrime
NPCs are seen stabbing themselves before certain boss fights as a sacrifice.
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skyistheground
Not directly but before the fight with Leshy, his followers say they will sacrifice themselves for him. Your followers may also give you a quest to sacrifice them, saying they want to give their life to you and the cult.
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Mkosmorama
Not directly confirmed, but in the Launch Trailer the Lamb has flashbacks to various events of the game, such as their resurrection and their first sacrifice. In the game itself, they appear distressed whenever they enounter the Bishops outside of battle.
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Mkosmorama
While not necessarily claustrophobic, there are some cutscenes in the dungeons where The Lamb is held in place by one or more of the Bishops and is shown struggling.
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Mkosmorama
Some of the in-game attacks and cutscenes have flashing lights. There's an option to turn it off in the settings.
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Mkosmorama
The camera shakes a bit during certain attacks and cutscenes. There's an option to turn it off in the settings.
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Does a baby cry?
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Multifandomgirl5
No one is misgendered. For example,Shamura (spider bishop) who is heavily implied to be either Agender or Non-Binary is always correctly gendered by their siblings.
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skyistheground
Shamura, the fourth bishop, is nonbinary and uses they/them pronouns. You have to kill them to proceed with the game. Along with that, some of your followers are referred to by other followers with they/them pronouns and most, if not all followers eventually die.
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gltz
the protagonist is immortal and can (but do not have to) marry their followers, though all of them are older than twenty. (SPOILERS) the lamb can also marry an immortal god in the end game, but again, it is optional
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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Aurox
Followers can be homeless until you build shelters for them.
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Depends on choices you make.
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