Jmar225 Glad to see a fellow GS watcher here! Personally I feel like writing dark messed up themes opens more doors than just normal censored writing. What I mean by censored is,
"The mage threw out his fireball, killing the enemies instantly leaving nothing but burnt marks."
There's no description on how they died, how the enemies felt and there's no "value" in their life, as I would put it. Just some random peons on the side of the road as fodder, soon to be forgotten. But, if it had some dark themes added to it it makes things have more "value", more realistic or weight. For example,
"The mage finished his spell and soon a volley of fireballs bombarded the monsters. Each shot searing into their flesh causing them immense pain. In a blind rage the monsters charged at the mage but were soon stopped when thin blades of wind diced their comrades. Their whole upper halves were cut into either three or four chunks, each sliding off each other due to the slick blood. The ones who escaped the range of the wind blades began to run in different directions out of fear. In their desperation to leave they didn't notice the barrier the mage had set up. When the first ones reached the barrier the moment they touched it sparks flew out and electrocuted the monsters. Seeing at how there was no escape the monsters finally realized the difference in power between them and the mage. The mage, upon seeing their despair filled eyes, began to move forward. With each step, one head flew. He danced and hummed to a long forgotten song as he decimated the weaklings before him. By the time all of the monsters had died he'd grown bored of this game. He lifted the barrier and left, feeling unsatisfied."
It may not be as dark as what you're imagining but I hope you get the gist of it. Maybe. I don't know, It's hard to explain. Anyways, keep on writing my fellow author!
Hopes this helps!