It's indeed a peculiar cultural thing. It's just a sort of understanding that saying "f*** you" (without the censorship) or "go f*** yourself b***h" (likewise) is intended to insult/attack the recipient. It implies strong negative emotion and frequent use of those words, except done jokingly, tends to create unwelcoming spaces.
Using the words with the censorship isn't okay
totally. It's just milder. And on the topic of circumvention, you can say "dark," "heck," "frick," etc. Just an oddity of our society that we put so much stock into these words. Regardless, convention informs communication and so something like:
Go f*** yourself Billy! Your mom is a w**** and I f***ed your sister all night long!
insulting, with or without the asterisks (or even if you replace f*** with frick or the like, so context matters!). Thankfully, the example didn't insult an actual person so we can rest easy. But I think you can see why, even with the peculiarities behind why English speakers avoid certain words, using those words can be quite insulting and rude.
However… this is a war game and when I m declaring someone a war and role playing, then it’s strange to write that in fluffy bunny tones.
You're right. This game could indeed be described as a warzone. Kind of cute how the name alludes to that, without requiring any non-obvious leaps of imagination. That said, you can use language that's assertive, even aggressive, without being excessively rude or profane. For example:
"The State of Umeria declares war on the filthy pigs of Japan! Bow before our might and gaze upon us as we raze your unimpressive cities!"
is probably more effective than:
"The State of Umeria declare f***ing war on the b***h-w***es of Japan. We're going to f*** your a**es hahahaha!"
So you don't have to just speak in fluffy-bunny talk. You can both be a little bit edgy and still please the Gestapo.
Edited 6/6/2021 08:40:30