YMMV / Avalon Code

  • Awesome Music: The main theme and all of the boss music really.
  • Breather Level: Chapter 5. Enjoy it while it lasts.
  • Epileptic Trees: Anything to do with the Spirits backstory counts as this, seeing how they're one of the few things that never gets much detail as to what life was like before the start of the game. The Book of Prophecies former Chosen Ones can count too.
  • Fan-Preferred Couple: Every single couple has its fair share of fans, but Anwar/Tia has a very notable fanbase, followed by Valdo/Tia and Ur/Tia. On the flip side, Yumil is often paired with Dorothea.
  • Hilarious in Hindsight: There are some resemblances to Cardcaptor Sakura here. Nelvana did a dub that, among other things, changed several names. One change? Sakura's surname was changed to Avalon, which makes for a funny coincidence.
  • Ho Yay: Gustav, from of all people, will commend to you that if he was 20 years younger he'll definitely court you.
  • Scrappy Mechanic: Those goddamned sliding puzzles. Why, Matrix Software? Why?
    • The codes themselves may very well count, due to how difficult it is to keep track of them. There's also no search option, meaning you need to flip through page after page until you find the code you want (sometimes you need a certain size, due to the amount of codes required for your goal being the maximum amount you can place) meaning it can easily add up to hours of searching for codes throughout the game. Also, moving codes costs MP. Hell, most of the gimmicks count, due to poor execution. Even giving items is a pain, due to requiring MP to give the items.
    • Judgment Links by virtue of being on the same button as the search button. Searching for the spots on the map where you get CP becomes even longer when you have to pause for your character to swing their weapons around.