Since I proposed just placing the main game in the non-adult section (though originally meant to avoid potential trouble with Henry), I'm of course fine with keeping sexual elements to a minimum … and still in. Plot also comes first for me. I'm fine with whatever prominence is agreed on.
Of course, that is not to say since interpersonal relationships and drama are a big element, that plot aspects themselves cannot also have sexual motivation or elements -- say, as an example I totally don't mention for any particular reason or have designs towards (
): Rumpel remembers basically having Ruby (though as a wolf) on a leash and decides that, now that they're basically living in near proximity and he sees a lot of her, he'd rather like to have that again except without all the fang and fur involved. So he tries to seduce her under the premise of a deal that'd secure her ownership of their diner. Which could generate both personal conflict, romantic conflict, conflict within Ruby's family and more.
As I also said earlier, I generally
prefer the higher rating boards simply to cover your bases. I don't expect much in the way of graphic violence or extreme sexual elements, but we'll have at least one werewolf and a variety of villainous characters, some of whom are rather notorious for tearing hearts out of people's chests. Sure, it's not the actual blood-pumping organ and more of a symbolic replacement, but I prefer to have a good amount of leeway in regards to hard forum rules when it comes to this vs. agreed-upon game rules. OUAT can get rather dark at times, even if no sexual elements are involved.
I know Aiden said it's a pet peeve of his, but I don't see anything wrong with placing a game into a category with a 'higher' rating just to be on the safe side (whilst agreeing amongst the participants to by and large keep it nice and clean). It's not like people are entitled to more extreme content simply by merit of where the game is placed.
@Bibliophilia, @Flower I'm happy to also involve Rumpel in the equation somehow, if you like -- maybe Beast was never told how his condition might be fixed, for example, and Rumpel provided the answer (for, well, you know what. Starts with a p, ends with something that rhymes with lice). Maleficent certainly doesn't need help cursing someone, so not sure what, if anything, might be done between her and Rumpel in regards to Beast's case.