No doubt some lore/headcanons can get out of hand easily enough but even tough subjects can be approached with care. If ever your concerns are messing with your enjoyment of FR, just recall your own childhood…
Simba nuzzling the broken body of his trampled father.
Grandmother being eaten alive by a wolf - Red Rising Hood
Woman murdered via an oven and burned alive - Hansel and Gretal
Anything Goosebumps such as….
- Neighborhoods that trick families into moving in and bleeding them for food - “Welcome to Dead House”
- Faking your own death only to stalked by ghosts attepting o drown you - “The Curse of Camp Cold Lake”
Anything from “Are you afraid of the Dark?” such as…
- Pyrokinetic ghost trying to burn children alive while their father is away - “The Tale of the Fire Ghost”
- A girl fighting the demon that murdered her twin sister and confronting her ghost, which no one believes - “The Tale of the Quicksilver”
Adults hunting down and attempting to kill kidnapped children by slicing them open with pirate sabers and/or a hook. Tik Tok Peter Pan
Harry Potter (Pick one)
Child Slavery - Pinocchio
Bambi cringing as his mother sacrifices herself to the hunters that will string her up and eat her if they don’t stuff and mount her.
Two attempts of coerced marriage and intimacy - Thumbelina
The Green Ribbon (Enough said)
Most book versions of most Fairy Tales, especially anything princess.
and so much more!
If teenagers have access to FR, which IS a bit monitored (Plague festival changes for example), what they find there can’t be too much worse than what google + imagination can conjure up.
So rest easy and enjoy your digital dragon hatchling mills friends! :D