the 80s called, that issue was resolved then, You should update to Harry Potter.
back in the late 1980s and early 1990s, I was at the Surrey Place Mall – now being called Central City or something.
I was on a bench near the orange julius and looking through my latest D&D manual purchase.
An Elderly Man was on the bench and he asked me if he could ask some questions. He was concerned about the game because his grandson was playing it.
I explained to him that what this game provided was a way for kids who had a hard time making friends – connect to each other and learn team work and co-operation, as well as math and creative skills.
That this game instilled good values because at the top level of the game world, the most powerful force was the Good God(s/eses)
then their avatars (earthly representatives) on par with the power of the Evil God(s/eses)
then their avatars and so on down the celestial hierarchy.
This pleased him.
I smiled and said that the only real world danger of the games was the cost of all the various core rule books – a Game Master book and then the Player book – the core world book, the classes – then the adventures and modules – miniatures – ..
which again – you learn painting, perspective – tactics of adventurers vs being generals.
across cultures and time.
now people most do this type of gaming as 1st person shooters with various degrees of ability to converse, explore and impact the world.