Baldur's Gate III

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This video game contains 139 potentially triggering events.
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Does the dog die?
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charmedward
If the wrong options are picked, the player character may be forced to fight and kill Scratch the dog. In Shadowheart's flashback cutscene, we also see a wolf get killed.
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Abandonment
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lilpig
A major character can die instantly without a chance to say goodbye if you don't finish their personal quest.
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SleebyRat
In act III, you can talk to a child who is looking for their parent. The child can later join your camp, implying that their parent never came back.
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takitime
You can encounter an adoptable owlbear cub who’s mother has been killed.
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Abuse
Are there abusive parents?
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milestogo171
(Unsure exactly what the votes are referring to.) A main character forgives his father who exiled him as a teenager. Another main character CAN forgive his goddess/abuser, but it depends on player choices.
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Is someone stalked?
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milestogo171
A shapeshifter infiltrates your camp and impersonates party members.
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Kuya
While not depicted, domestic violence is described by one of a dwarf couple in the underdark.
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Is a woman brutalized for spectacle?
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pagodrink
In the endings for one of the companions, they take up a similar position of power as their abuser and some of their actions imply that they are willing to take the similar actions in the future to keep themselves safe.
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Is someone gaslighted?
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Is someone abused with a belt?
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Is a child abused?
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charmedward
A person in a position of authority threatens a little girl, saying she will set her pet snake on the child and kill her if she misbehaves. Depending on the player's choices, this may come to pass.
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Addiction
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11
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Is there addiction?
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milestogo171
Fantasy addiction or addiction allegories (i.e. vampirism)
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Cherubiyo
A character is shown to become an alcoholic in last light
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Animal
Were animals harmed in the making?
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Does a horse die?
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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lilpig
There are MANY animal deaths, some brutally depicted. You fight numerous hyenas who are undergoing a painful transformation into monstrous gnolls and try to kill them before they transform, pets die tragic deaths, you fight angry wildlife, etc etc. On a Dark Urge origin playthrough, your character will full-force kick an innocent squirrel and kill it on impact without any input from the player.
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Are animals abused?
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lilpig
Numerous instances. A goblin pretends to play fetch with hyena, leading it into a trap that kills it. You encounter the owner of a kennel that abuses their dogs, and can choose to turn a blind eye or stop her from abusing them further. On a Dark Urge playthrough, you can torture a sick bird.
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Is there a dead animal?
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Is an animal sad?
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lilpig
You can talk to animals with a spell, or simply read their body language through the narrator, and some of them are distressed. Examples are a dog that is coming to terms with his master's death (he is in denial until you talk to him into joining you), dogs that are being abused by their owner, and an owlbear cub who mourns the loss of their mother.
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Are rabbits harmed?
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SleebyRat
I am unsure if you ever see a rabbit actively being harmed but you can come across dead rabbits
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Does a cat die?
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lilpig
Depending on some small actions you make in Act 3, something very sinister can happen to a cat. This can be avoided by exploring the sewers ASAP and finding Orin. (WARNING, SPOILERS + I WILL GO INTO DETAIL ON THE SCENE ITSELF.) A villain kidnaps a child, disguises themself as the child, and kills the child's pet cat. Disguised as the child, they offer you some meat that they cooked. They drop the act and reveal that they fed you meat from the child's cat, and the cat's corpse is shown on the ground.
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Does a pet die?
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Does a dragon die?
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yuzutea
Spoilers for act 3: the player character is lead to believe that they can enlist the help of an ancient dragon to save the city, only to discover the dragon is already dead, and have to fight its reanimated corpse
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Are there spiders?
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charmedward
Many large spiders. Druid characters can wildshape into one, and you can fight many more near the Blighted Village and goblin camp.
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Are there alligators/crocodiles??
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Are there snakes?
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charmedward
Kagha has a pet snake that appears in a cutscene during a main storyline quest. It threatens and (depending on the player's choices) may kill a child.
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Are there sharks?
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Are there bugs?
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CatTheTerrible
There are bugs involved in body horror/eye trauma during the intro cutscene of the game, before character creation. You can skip the scene, but the presence of a brain parasite in the PC and NPCs is an integral part of the plot.
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Assault
Does a woman get slapped?
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Is someone drugged?
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lilpig
A character tries to drug the player with a potion of sleep.
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Is there pedophilia?
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Is someone held under water?
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Is rape mentioned?
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lilpig
There are some narrative parallels to sexual violence in some companion's stories, some of it literal and some of it not. Some of the literal instances involve sex slavery; one companion is chained to a bed and used for years (which they argue that they enjoyed?) and the other was used against their will as bait to seduce and bed people. (SPOILERS FOR DARK URGE PLAYTHROUGH) The Dark Urge origin character is briefly revealed to have been a necrophile in the past, regardless of player input. There isn't a category for that on this site but I think it constitutes/toes the line of rape and is worth a mention.
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Is someone beaten up by a bully?
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Is someone restrained?
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asunder
(MAJOR SPOILERS)
One of the main companions had little bodily autonomy under influence of their abuser, and their body was used to seduce and lure people to said abuser. They mention how disgusted they felt and that "how they felt about what they were doing didn't matter".
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Is someone's mouth covered?
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JuniperBerries
The companion who is the victim of sexual assault is never played for laughs. In fact, it is always treated with proper respect to his trauma.
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Hadeshy
While there is no rape onscreen and all sex scene happen through player conscent, there *is* a situation where an incubus ask you to offer your body and only tells you afterwards that everytime he will use it, you will feel it. Your character later indeed feel it. It only happen if you chose to engage in a sex scene with the incubus AND agree to give it your body so if you don't want that you can refuse
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Bodily Harm
Is there shaving/cutting?
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charmedward
In a Dark Urge play through, the player can cut off a companion's hand the first time they meet them. If you know to look out for it, it's fairly obvious which dialogue option will result in this.
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glassphoenix
In Moonrise Towers in Act 2, there is a cracked wall with pink tendrils sticking out. Reaching inside and then failing to withdraw your arm will give the active character a condition called "Dislocated Shoulder", which gives them disadvantage on attack rolls. You don't see or hear your character get the condition in any great detail; the debuff is the only major indication that anything is wrong. You get two chances to withdraw your arm from the wall, and the altercation can be avoided by not interacting with the wall to begin with.
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Is there throat mutilation?
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Does someone struggle to breathe?
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Hadeshy
Idk if you see some happen, but you do find several bodies decapitated all throughout the game
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Is there cannibalism?
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pagodrink
The player can find Dwarf meat at a Goblin occupied area
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charmedward
In the goblin camp where the bugbear and ogre are enjoying a "private moment", you can see a crushed corpse under a large rock.
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Is someone choked?
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glassphoenix
If a character is killed or downed by a fire attack, they will scream in pain more violently than they usually would.
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Hadeshy
In a cemetary in act 3, if you dig up graves, you discover that one have someone alive in it.
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Is there body horror?
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takitime
the very first scene of the game involves an insect going behind someone’s eye, and following that you see a man with his skull and scalp removed with his brain exposed.

more is likely to come afterwards
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Is there amputation?
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charmedward
In a Dark Urge play through, the player can cut off a companion's hand the first time they meet them. If you know to look out for it, it's fairly obvious which dialogue option will result in this.
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StargazerKG
While the camera work hides the most brutal details, Ketheric Thorm is introduced crushing a goblin's head with his hands after they try, and fail, to assassinate him.
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Is there Achilles Tendon injury?
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Is there a hanging?
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lilpig
I haven't seen an actual hanging scene, but you can encounter hanged corpses in places like the Gauntlet of Shar, and be threatened with a hanging by a guard standing on some gallows in the city.
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Does someone asphyxiate?
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EzraSaville
[SPOILERS] Depending on player choices later in the game with illithid powers, a transformation can occur where their teeth turn rotten and black, though they do not fall out.
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charmedward
Frequently, depending on how a battle goes. You can elect to fight non-lethally, knocking out you opponent instead of killing them. Your characters can also be knocked out before dying in a fight.
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charmedward
Spoilers: The first time you find the body of another person infected with a parasite, you can try to remove it from their corpse. A cutscene plays that loudly snaps the neck of the dead body.
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Does someone have a seizure?
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umbravas
You can choose to kick a companion in the genitals.
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lilpig
This occurs on a Dark Urge playthrough, the game has plenty of gore but I can't recall anything like this happening on a non-Dark Urge run. You have the option to bite off a toe, and to rip off a hand--inspecting the hand reveals the extent of the mutilation.
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Is someone tortured?
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lilpig
Numerous people are tortured. There are multiple optional interactive torture scenes, and descriptions of torture off-camera. There is more talk of torture than usual if you choose to play as the Dark Urge.
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charmedward
As with the "falling to their death" trigger, characters can be shoved around in the world and fall accordingly.
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charmedward
Enemies can be shoved off heights to their death. Alternatively, player can fall great distances and die too.
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10
Instantly before you get to the character creation after starting a game (the whole cutscene is skippable with escape) a character puts a worm on another characters eye and the worm gets behind the eye graphically. After that, a worm like that is also put "on the camera lense" to indicate the same thing happening to your characters eye too.
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Is someone stabbed?
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charmedward
Can happen both in battle and in cutscenes.
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charmedward
Constantly, with realistic blood splatters on characters after fights.
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Children
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lilpig
A pregnant character agrees to sell their infant to an evil witch, though you never see this play out. This can be stopped with player intervention. The player can also abduct an alien race's eggs and sell them to a group of morally dubious academics, who attempt to raise the alien in a "civilized" manner. This is likely meant to parallel real-world cultural genocide/erasure. To avoid this outcome, do not agree to steal the eggs.
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Does a kid die?
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takitime
I have not yet seen it, but it can be assumed that a child CAN be killed in any quest that involves rescuing one from monsters.

Save scumming can be used to retry and prevent this, though.
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Is a minor sexualized?
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Creepy Crawly
Are there bedbugs?
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Death
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Cherubiyo
Yes jesus christ these guys need therapy
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takitime
Player characters and party characters can be knocked unconscious, killed, and become unable to be revived, leading to either a forced or voluntary reset.
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Does a non-human character die?
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Does someone die?
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charmedward
So far, it seems that everyone can die: player characters, NPCs, children, animals.
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Disability
Is the r-slur used?
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Drugs/Alcohol
Does someone overdose?
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Family
Is someone kidnapped?
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Does a parent die?
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Does someone cheat?
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Hadeshy
You, as the player, can chose to. Idk if there's cheating outside of that
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MorgannaTheFae
As you explore ruined villages you can find broken toys, and at least one instance of a damaged crib.
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charmedward
Multiple family members can die and result in NPCs grieving, depending on the choices you make.
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Fear
Are there jump scares?
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Is someone possessed?
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MorgannaTheFae
The player character and/or companions can be possessed at different times depending on choices made.
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Are there ghosts?
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thespianscreed
Players can use necromancy to speak to the dead.
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Are there clowns?
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lilpig
There is a clown that's played for laughs as annoying and unfunny. They drop their facade fairly quickly and are revealed to be evil, and attack the party.
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takitime
Yes. The area after the “tutorial” section sets you right by either a large lake or an ocean. You do not immediately traverse it, but it is there.
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Is trypophobic content shown?
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Are there razors?
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Kuya
there is a bathing scene with one of the romances
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Are there mannequins?
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Gross
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TheHallowedAngel
as of patch 5 - during the new epilogue you will have the option to wet yourself, but only under certain circumstances. to avoid spoilers, all I'll say is it's an option that is exclusive to a specific DUrge outcome. you have to pick it for it to occur, as far as I'm aware
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Does someone vomit?
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lilpig
A few instances. Astorian can offer to suck the blood of a drow, after which he vomits off-screen. A retching and splashing sound are both heard. If you find and revive a petrified Dwarf, he becomes ill and vomits in a similar fashion. The vomit itself is never shown on screen.
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Is someone eaten?
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EzraSaville
Since I don't know where else to put it as there isn't an option - in Act 1, you will be asked to smear animal poop on your face. There are several dialogue paths, including refusal or convincing them to do it, but it is the focus of the entire interaction and shown on screen.
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Does someone spit?
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Is there audio gore?
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Is there farting?
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Large-scale Violence
Are there 9/11 depictions?
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Law Enforcement
Is there copaganda?
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Cherubiyo
very much shows the law enforcers as bad guys
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lilpig
A major quest involves a prison where torture and murderous execution takes place. The player can be imprisoned in some circumstances if caught committing crimes.
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LGBTQ+
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lilpig
There is a MTF trans character, Nocturne. If you find her journal, it mentions that a friend of hers "has been swift to gently correct slips of the tongue, and even swifter in challenging those who'd use my forsworn name in malice."
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Are there transphobic slurs?
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Is an LGBT+ person outed?
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yuzutea
it is possible for the player to be bisexual and also to cheat, but it is up to player choices
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Loss
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AbigaelMezec
Yes. There's a guy named Gale, and he eats them.
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Medical
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Kuya
There is magic and machines that are reminiscent of electro-therapy
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Kuya
you can fight a surgeon who uses all types of medical instruments, including needles
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Is there a mental institution scene?
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glassphoenix
The House of Healing in Act 2 is explicitly described as a hospital. It's also dilapidated, eerie, and unwelcoming.
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Is there menstruation?
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Does someone have cancer?
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Mental Health
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koraliki
While it is never said explicitly, one of the companions during their final quest can gain a condition where "they have a disadvantage at saving throws when in places of traumatic memories"; they also show multiple symptoms of PTSD.
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Does someone have a mental illness?
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There is a Character in Chapter 1 (Spoiler: Abdirak in the Cellar of the Goblin Camp) who is into Pain and has Selfharm Scars all over his body and forearms.
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Is autism misrepresented?
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Is a mentally ill person violent?
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Is there D.I.D. misrepresentation?
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kidlightnings
There are several bosses you can encourage to commit suicide or who will do so due to their interpretation of things the player character says. Of particular note are Yurgir, Ketheric, and Flind (the gnoll)
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Is reality unstable or unhinged?
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Does someone have a meltdown?
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Is there misophonia?
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Is there ABA therapy?
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Is there body dysphoria?
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zaidelles
There is no body dysmorphia in the sense of weight/eating disorders/etc.
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Are there anxiety attacks?
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Nayrandox2
Several characters at the beginning are contained inside pods.
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Does someone have an eating disorder?
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Is there autism specific abuse?
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lilpig
A few instances. Some enemies can be persuaded into killing themselves.
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Noxious
Are there sudden loud noises?
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lilpig
In act 3, you can take a sort of submarine device down to a base at the bottom of the ocean, there's a cutscene that shows it maneuvering through deep water. Afterwards, you enter a fight in a flooding underwater building. As someone with thalassophobia these scenes weren't too bothersome for me, but you can simply skip the cutscene before and after to avoid seeing most of it.
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Does a baby cry?
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Kuya
There are creatures whose yells sound like a baby cry.
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Is there shakey cam?
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AngelPrincess
In both Act 1 in the Underdark and Act 3 the camera often shakes, to signify an earthquack
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Is there screaming?
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charmedward
Many characters swear.
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Are there flashing lights or images?
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Paranoia
Is someone watched without knowing?
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Alba_Corbina
During the little character introduction scenes you can play for the origin characters, Astarion will say he hunted for "pretty morsels like you" and he looks directly into the camera. There's also a post-credit scene you can get where Raphael addresses the camera directly and thanks you for helping him, then threatens to invade other planes of existence, including the real world.
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Pregnancy
Is a baby stillborn?
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Is there childbirth?
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Are there abortions?
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Are there babies or unborn children?
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Does someone miscarry?
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AngelPrincess
In act 1: It is possible for Mayrina (who is pregnant) to die if don't free her from her cage or if you accidently attack her during the fight with the hag
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Prejudice
Are there fat jokes?
41 supporters
Yes
14
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1
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lilpig
Sometimes, usually played less for laughs at more for body horror. The only fat characters are slovenly monsters (gluttonous ogres, bloated mutants, etc). There is one obese monster that's depicted to be so bloated that a few drinks will cause their stomach to burst open. You can read a ledger that shows Astarion called an obese bartender "the porcine publican" as a dig at his weight.
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lilpig
A trans character's journal alludes to people misgendering her. The journal is fairly easy to miss, and this never comes up otherwise. Her amnesiac friend also remembers her pre-transition as a "tiefling boy," but is unaware of her transition when they say this.
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1
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charmedward
The first deaths are scripted and involve minor characters of mostly non-human races. The first human you'll probably see die is a white man.
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Are there homophobic slurs?
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pagodrink
Yes and no. No because they aren't any Jewish people in the story. Yes because of the many enemies (redcaps, some demons, a hag etc) have big, hooked noses which can be uncomfortable for some (bc it harkens back to racist caricatures of Jewish people)
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Are there "Man in a dress" jokes?
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Is there hate speech?
23 supporters
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28
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10
takitime
you can call just about anyone a slur for just about any race, including your own! Occasionally others will be spoken badly of due to their race, such as tiefling being called hellspawn, or Gith being presumed violent and dangerous.
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Is a minority is misrepresented?
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1
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14
Yes
23
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charmedward
You and any of your companions can be of any sexuality and all can die. You can also make a trans player character and, of course, die as normal in the playthrough.
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Are there n-words?
26 supporters
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14
Is there aphobia?
16 supporters
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lilpig
Not in any severe sense. Withers will disapprovingly comment on your lack of companionship at a certain point though.
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Race
Is there blackface?
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Relationships
Yes
28
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15
takitime
Debatably, yes? Characters like Astarion and Halsin have very long lifespans when compared to characters that live shorter lives (200-300+ compared to <100 years) all romancable characters are depicted as adults, though, and there is no blatant maturity difference between any romancing parties.
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Religious
Yes
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pagodrink
Many Gods exists in the realm and many pat tributes to these Gods.
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2
StargazerKG
The opening portion of the game takes place in Avernus, the first layer of the Nine Hells, which is depicted as a "fire and brimstone"-type hell. Imps appear as enemies, and the final part of this segment features a Mind Flayer fighting a large demon.
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Sex
Yes
34
No
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lilpig
There are full-fledged sex scenes. They follow a cinematic style, so no penetration is shown. There is an option to minimize sexual content and nudity in the game when you start it.
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pagodrink
A Companion deals with their relationship with sex and how they've felt used by others for sex. They have a hard time saying no to sex since they feel like they have no choice in the matter
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lilpig
Multiple nude scenes, multiple sex scenes. Nudity can be toggled at the start of the game to make it more tame.
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Is there bestiality?
62 supporters
Yes
28
No
3
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lilpig
There is an optional encounter you can have with a druid who accidentally transforms into a bear as you're about to have sex. You can ask him to remain in his bear form while you continue the act, or to turn back to a human. The scene fades to black prematurely and is played for laughs if he remains as a bear.
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Is there BDSM?
15 supporters
Yes
20
No
0
3
yuzutea
in a way? you can meet a character in act 1 who worships the goddess of pain and offers to whip you; some companions will makw suggestive remarks about it but it's not explicitly sexual
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Does someone lose their virginity?
9 supporters
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15
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2
Are there incestuous relationships?
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65 supporters
Yes
24
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0
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lilpig
You can enter a threesome/foursome/orgy with two drows who proposition you, they're brother and sister. Some characters in your party will point out their relation and express distaste.
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Sexism
Yes
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14
Sickness
Yes
8
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4
lilpig
A character is described to be a victim or "survivor" of a stroke, and it's discussed by different characters. (SOME SPOILERS FROM THIS POINT ONWARD) The player can discover that this apparent stroke is a result of psychic interference from another character.
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Does someone have a chronic illness?
9 supporters
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17
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0
Is there dementia/Alzheimer's?
19 supporters
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10
Yes
14
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lilpig
(SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS) A major character has a medical issue that threatens to kill them with no apparent cure. They spend much of the game in denial about this, but eventually break down and confront their mortality. Their ultimate outcomes are all fairly bleak, some moreso than others. (MORE SPOILERS LOL SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS) There are some new outcomes that give glints of hope, but no confirmation as to their ultimate fate.
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Social
Yes
26
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5
lilpig
A huge chunk of the cast is homeless. There is a massive refugee crisis that spans throughout the entire game, with massive groups of people attempting to find shelter and means to eat/sleep. The party itself is a collective of vagrants without a place to call home.
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Are there anti-abortion themes?
29 supporters
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13
Are there fat suits?
20 supporters
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Yes
0
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15
Is existentialism debated?
6 supporters
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10
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Spoiler
Is Santa (et al) spoiled?
2 supporters
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16
Are there end credit scenes?
22 supporters
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13
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0
Yes
20
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3
lilpig
There are a few sad endings you can encounter if you seek them out, but they're more like game over screens with brief spoken epilogues. The actual endings are for the most part not sad and the path to avoid sad endings is typically fairly obvious. Your companions can have a number of fairly sad endings to their questlines, but they are avoidable if you try.
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Vehicular
Does a car crash?
13 supporters
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16
Does a car honk or tires screech?
11 supporters
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16
Does a plane crash?
5 supporters
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Nayrandox2
No, but a Nautiloid, which is some kind of alien spaceship, does.
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Is someone hit by a car?
18 supporters
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16
Violence
Yes
16
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2
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lilpig
A prominent character can create a magical explosion capable of leveling cities.
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Is there blood/gore?
46 supporters
Yes
29
No
0
11
takitime
The blood and gore in the game is very present and pretty extreme.
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Does someone drown?
13 supporters
Yes
12
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3
yuzutea
there is an optional side quest in act 3 that involves a victim of drowning
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2
JuniperBerries
There aren't even guns. But there are crossbows and fantasy bombs (Smokepowder, Runepowder, etc.)
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