When Midori dismisses her Gleaming Eyes illusion, she discovers that her clothes were not so fortunate as to remain on her person.
Quite a lot of the Recursive Fanfiction, some which are semi-canon but quite a lot of them goes in strange but funny directions.
A lot of the accidental (or are they?) parallels to the real world history and mythology end up being Hilarious in Hindsight, or simply plain funny. Examples include Morgiana introducing herself as Morgian Le Fay, Louise wondering why a military operation was named after a tiny fishing village in another country, and the Fae volunteer forces being seen by the common soldier as the children of Maeb/Medb returning home.
Kino's a fan of Dragon Tamer Silica.
Koko and Louise meeting Scarron at the Charming Fairy Inn because, well... It's Scarron.
Botan being Squicked to the point of a near breakdown at the sight of Kirche making out with one of the caretakers of Terrance De Martou's home.
And he goes straight into another round of Purple Prose upon seeing her again, this time in a dress.
During the scene in the Map Room where Mortimer and Guiche's father are planning Operation Dunkirk, they constantly rush out to grab military officers from the War Room who can help with specific parts of the plan. By the time Karin returns to check up on progress, everyone has moved into the Map Room, and the War Room is pretty much empty.
After ripping the pursuing mage apart, KoKo, still in her panther form, proceeds to tongue-wash Louise.
Caramella kissing Agnes and the Gramont brothers' reaction.
Kirito's reaction to Montermoncey telling "Midori" that "she" is such a good influence on Guiche and that "she" should not disappear from his life again.
The immortal words of General Belgen de Gramont, Supreme Commander of the ground forces of the Kingdom of Tristain, upon being confronted with about 400 Pixies who have just volunteered for military service: "But, all this talk about uniforms we were just having. I have to ask. Where are we supposed to get twelve hundred pairs of panties in their size?"