The Legend of Vox Machina

TV Show • 2022 • Fantasy  Report
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linerys_v
Season 1, Episode 5: At 11:30, two horses fall off a cliff and die.
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corvidcrimes
There is a bear that fights alongside the main characters and is shown injured sometimes
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Does a pet die?
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Leahlace
There is a spider onscreen for a few seconds in episode 1.
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AsherGWhitney
Episode 11: multiple rats die by acid There are other episodes with animal death but this one stood to me a lot as my partner has pet rats
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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A lamb is stomped on in episode one - it’s quick but sad. Once the lamb appears on screen out of the bush, look away. Episode 5 - they let their horses ride off a cliff and they’re seen hitting the floor. It’s only a split second but it’s not pleasant. There’s also some evil zombie wolves and a half man/half tiger that get killed.
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sysUnknown
A character has a belt that magically turns into a snake in episode 3, 9:43-9:54 and 11:50-11:58
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corvidcrimes
There's a brief shot of a spider near the end of the first episode
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Does a cat die?
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sysUnknown
Heavily implied child abuse in Percy's flashback. First minute of episode 3.
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Leahlace
There is a joke about smoking a white powdery substance in episode 11 but it doesn't go any further than that.
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sysUnknown
A character caresses/gropes another while the second character can't get away. The scene isn't heavily sexual, but could still be triggering. Episode 3, 15:41-15:54
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Leahlace
Several graphic depictions of a character cutting her arm for dark magic ritual purposes.
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GIldedValkyrie
It's a dragon's tooth, but still.
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sysUnknown
Two characters engage in 'ball-tag'. Episode 3, 2:39-2:45, 4:02-4:08
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kelseyj610
There is vampirism, however. A character is bitten on the neck.
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kelseyj610
In episode one after the drinking contest, a bar fight begins with one character chopping off their opponent's hand.
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sysUnknown
Episode 3, 21:47-21:52
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troglobeck
multiple instances of this throughout episodes 4 and 6 in particular, with a few instances in episode 2. (light spoilers) episode 2 shows a dragon attacking some troops. multiple soldiers have their heads crushed in various ways (DESCRIPTION FOLLOWING mainly by being dropped or flung against trees DESCRIPTION OVER). the creatures in episode 4 do a form of this repeatedly against the guards. in episode 6, right at the beginning when the meeting is interrupted, there's a lot of brutal violence around people's heads. the same is true towards the end of the same episode when they're trying to escape. the one woman who tries to help scanlan gets it pretty graphically and it's up close. to a lesser extent, a few people also (LIGHT DESCRIPTION, NOT QUITE A HEAD SQUASH) get their heads/faced punched in, not as much graphic visuals here.
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sysUnknown
Multiple soldiers are burnt to a chrisp via electricity in episode 2. Screaming is heard, shown. 1:40-1:45, 2:01-2:07
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sysUnknown
The party is trapped under some rocks in Episode 1 and the dialogue implies some strain. Timestamps to avoid: 19:08-19:19
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notdeadjustdying
in episode 5 there is the hanging that the other commenter mentioned happening in the original campaign, i don't have the timestamps but it is right near the end, i'd guess the last 2-3 ish minutes
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troglobeck
episode 5 is really graphic (just in general, as the whole show is). when the guards outside the keep get ambushed and the blond one disappears off screen for a moment, look away for a good 10-30 seconds.
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JohnnyGuitar
Episode 10: A character has a flashback to being tortured during the cold open.
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SalemBackes
there’s incredibly excessive gore nearly every episode, but it’s animated
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Leahlace
No, but several characters are possessed briefly and move in seizure-like ways.
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sysUnknown
Episode 2, 2:22-2:30, bodies shown on screen
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corvidcrimes
At the end of the first episode, on screen. Other bodies are also shown
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AsherGWhitney
There is also graphic depiction of parental death, in many of a character's flashbacks. (Character gets flashbacks starting Ep. 3 through 12 so far)
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troglobeck
technically, yes. (LIGHT SPOILERS FOR EPISODES 4 AND 5) the creatures that delilah summons in ep 4 are a form of ghostly creature. they share a lot of qualities with ghosts, ghouls, and zombies. this is also the case in episode 5, but they're different creatures altogether. they're much more like zombies than ghosts.
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sysUnknown
A character is 'jedi-mind tricked', Episode 3, 10:27-10:47 A character is held still with mind tricks, Episode 3, 14:55-14-59, 15:41-15:55
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Mild jumpscares all throughout episode 4.
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Gaymememachine
In season 1 episode 7, a character’s waste is shown as he’s using the toilet.
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voteforSAX0N
Episode 1 but it's a lot more than twice and it is not only in the tavern. I think it was probably closer to 5 times (Keyleth every time) including once into an enemy's mouth during a fight. It was graphic and disgusting and unnecessary. E2 and E3 are clear of vomit
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JaneLong
In episode 9 a character cuts symbols into her arm to perform a ritual
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Leahlace
No, BUT in episode 12 a character aims a gun at himself and attempts to pull the trigger.
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Gaymememachine
Yes, this is an extremely prominent factor of season 1 and cannot be avoided without missing important context.
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AlleHufflepuff
Keyleth’s ears ring from worry in episode one. Percy is heavily implied to have serve PTSD from the Briarwoods’ attack and his torture at their hands. In episode three this is shown extensively in the latter half.
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AsherGWhitney
However a character in episode 12 holds a gun to their own head, while fighting possession
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Does a baby cry?
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troglobeck
there aren't any jokes at the expense of trans people, and no jokes about men in dresses. there is one moment in episode 5 where scanlan briefly turns into a tall and busty woman, but he looks identical to himself otherwise--he comments that he looks really good, and grog is "aroused and confused" (mostly bc it's scanlan, not because he's a man). this happens while scanlan is reading from a scroll that he pulls out of a bag, and firsts changes into a couple of different animals.
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RosaMaria
In the original show the character is alive for both the arc that was adapted for season 1 and the arc that will be adapted for the greenlighted season two, so no reason to spoil something that might never be made into the animated show. Also is important to point out their death has nothing to do with their sexuality, it has to do with the extremely violent and dangerous world (as the other triggers point out) they live in
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troglobeck
episode 5, while they're sitting around the campfire swapping stories about monsters. once scanlan starts sharing, there's extremely explicit audio and visual of a sex scene. it happens twice--they cut to it once, back to the campfire, then back to the scene. other than that and what someone noted in episode 1, the visuals of sexual content aren't very frequent, though scanlan (and others, but less often) makes a lot of sex-related jokes.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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QueueD
No cars, but in Episode 5 a wagon violently crashes at a fairly high speed with no humanoid casualties.
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sysUnknown
Percy's main weapons are firearms
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troglobeck
this show is *very* gory. it's animated, but it's very, very explicit and graphic, basically in every episode. i, personally, can't stand gore in live action shows, but rarely do i have to look away from the violence here, even when it's gruesome. that's totally up to personal tolerance, though.
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