YMMV / Dungeons & Dragons: Wrath of the Dragon God
Badass Decay: Damodar (literally). This is primarily because he goes from being a Genius Bruiser in the first movie to a more "mage-ish" character in this one.
Fashion-Victim Villain: Averted, unlike the previous film. At some point in his hundred years or so of hellish unlife, Damodar seems to have realised that blue lipstick is really not a good look.
Ho Yay: Dorian and Berek.
Narm Charm: It is shamelessly D&D geeky, without any of the pretense of its predecessor.
So Bad, It's Good: While part of the audience sees him as So Okay, It's Average, especially compared to its predecessor, other fans think it has the same cheesy charm than the first one.
So Okay, It's Average: Considered to be not as good as the 80s cartoon, but much better than the first movie (unless you're one of those people who thinks So Bad, It's Good is preferable to So Okay, It's Average).
Special Effects Failure: The CG effects, not because of poor rendering or goofy design like the previous film, but rather because all the effects have ultra pristine detail fidelity, which separates them heavily from the slightly blurred live action backdrops. Especially noticable on the Blu-ray release.
Surprisingly Improved Sequel: Considering that general consensus places this movie at either So Bad, It's Good or So Okay, It's Average, this should tell you some pretty embarrassing things about the quality of the original, which had a much bigger budget.