The content of Riesel Tales: Two Hunters is not for kids. Many of the characters, despite being depicted as furry (and presumably cute) people, are POOR ROLE MODELS and thus not suitable for the eyes of impressionable children. Although Riesel Tales: Two Hunters is not particularly vulgar, it is still a gritty series about bounty hunting, mafias, and criminal activity in general. Please do not complain to me about how your kid took up drinking, drugs, profanity (however censored it may be), sarcasm, or decided that bar fights and other violent outbursts are cool, as though I am somehow responsible (which I'm not).

Any resemblance that the content of Riesel Tales: Two Hunters (or anything within the Riesel universe) might have with other franchises or works is purely coincidental. Please do not view Riesel Tales: Two Hunters if you are under the influence of drugs, alcohol, or have a weak constitution, as this may increase your risk of injury. If you experience dizziness, headaches, or convulsions while viewing Riesel Tales: Two Hunters, stop viewing and seek medical attention immediately. Ask your doctor if Riesel Tales: Two Hunters is right for you. Don't actually worry about this fake medical warning.

I would also like to note that while Runge occasionally makes rude jokes about Ramy's weight, I do not support abusive speech or "fat shaming" against people of advanced mass. I myself am a man of prodigious girth (and mirth) and am well aware of such prejudice in society. Like my heart, I happily wear my round status on my sleeve and have duly laminated it with the finest cholesterol.

Despite the above text, I am not a "social justice warrior", so please do not invite me to your causes. I don't do causes.