And don’t forget the Merlin episode with the Dark Tower... pretty freaky in places. But then Merlin’s a great show, at least in my eyes. It also largely depends on the races being presented I think. For me I was reading the 4th Edition Dwarf army book from quite a young age, and the one story it featured was a battle featuring Dwarfs vs Skaven. While it has the occasional slightly gory moment (“smashing Skaven heads like eggshells”, “the stench of burning flesh”) it wasn’t too bad. Compare this to some of the stories in the 4th Edition Chaos Space Marine Codex, one centring on Khorne Marines murdering their loyalist brethren and the other featuring Kharn slaughtering his way through some challengers to his position, which are pretty brutal and I say this now at 19 when I’ve seen stuff like Alien. Also quite a lot of the stuff in the Dark Eldar 5th Edition codex is pretty strong stuff, so as I say it mostly depends on the faction I think. The factions in these are Space Marines, Necrons, Stormcast and Darkoath, the first three being much less explicit in the gore theme but the latter might be pretty brutal. I suppose to get the best view you just have to read them. I’ve been reading Guardians of the Whills of late and while it has little in terms of gore it does have quite a strong theme of fear caused by Saw Gerrera’s terrorism and the Empire’s resultant crackdown upon the Jedha inhabitants. I would certainly recommend it to not just those who love Chirrut and Baze but also to those who felt their characters were underdeveloped in Rogue One - it really examines their personalities and feelings in detail, especially Baze who was the less developed of the two in the film, and puts you into their situation. It charters how Baze got his repeater cannon in the film and also how Saw and his partisans arrived on Jedha and started their own rebellion movement. Pretty good book.