These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
The Katanas aka Sayaclones in EXCEED: they require more than just one full combo string to go down and are capable of dishing out its own long, attack string. God bless if you happen to do battle with more than one of them at the same time. We're looking at you, MarkHunter.
The "surfer" sub-class mooks have ridiculous high amounts of speed (thus higher initiative to go first in combat) and if they want to, attack you before you can strike back.
Fanon: Because of Woolseyism regarding the mistranslation of Lemon Browning into "Raymond" Browning in the localization, fans have suggested the latter is the name of Excellen Browning and Lemon's father. This has led to an inveritable...
Fan Wank: This flub has become a wank among those who refuse to ignore the mistranslation. To them, in "the American continuity", Lemon's (or rather, the Shadow-MirrorAlternate Universe version of Excellen's) father called Raymond was the one who began the W-Series. When his daughter was killed in the shuttle crash, Lemon, after being resurrected through robotics and science, switched the focus to androids after taking over in order to understand herself. While canon for Super Robot Wars Original Generation has not officially Jossed this, most players find this theory ridiculous due to overextending Wild Mass Guessing as a result of a mistranslating a name.
Some might sum it up due to Aschen misreading the name as a result of her occasionally buggy nature, but also because the computer she reads from is heavily damaged.
Narm: Agrado Heim's primary motivation. As dangerous as it sounds, it's basically a multi-dimensional "go green" project.
Scrappy Mechanic: "Forced Evasion" in the first game; rectified in the sequel with more strict requirements for enemies to trigger it. Additionally, allied characters can also use this by sacrificing the "Frontier Gauge".
The first fight with Kyon: she and her Joker Soldier flunkies inflict Standard Status Effects with their attacks at a point in the first game where players can only use items to remove them (unless they Level Grind Kaguya to gain the "Prayer" Spirit Commandnote Remove a negative status effect on an allied party member). Should Kyon attack one party member instead of three, there's a chance it's going to be a long combo string that includes her "Overdrive".
In EXCEED, Mark FUCKING Hunter: another Flunky Boss with three Katanas, exceptionally devastating and LONG attack string and a heavyweight, despite appearances. Chances are if he targets one party member for a combo, expect that character to be knocked out.