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.
YMMV: Fable II
Anti-Climax Boss: You don't battle Lucien, and you may not even get him to kill him yourself if you listen to him rant for too long.
And Lucien's experiment the Commandant is a sadistic bastard. He introduces himself by stating he has broken 272 men beforehand, proud of this. He then makes sure Lucien's prisoners are starved and makes you kill your only friend there. It feels so satisfying to kill him after this, but this is ruined by the revelation that he is not the only one of his kind. Bonus monster points to Lucien for making this guy.
Reaver. In the second game he manages to double cross the main character at least twice, was revealed to be the person responsible for the destruction of Oakvale, though he actually regretted that action in the past (key emphasis on the past tense in that statement). In the third game he controls the Bowerstone industrial sector, which he forces children to work in factories and shoots workers who slow or grow tired, protest, or break some unannounced rule he has yet to think up. He also acts as an advisor to the king in which his suggestions will be something along the lines of deforestation and tearing down a school to make room for a whorehouse.
Goddamned Boss: Trolls. Their weak points only pop out for a short time between attacks, and each one is destroyed when hit, so the last hit is often a tricky shot. For added irritation, their attacks knock you back and stun you.
Unfortunate Implications: In most of Albion, only villagers with the "Flirt" and "Unchaste" traits will agree to extramarital sex. Bisexual villagers are more likely to have said traits.
Values Dissonance: The Blind Date quest may be that to some reactionary players, given that setting up Rupert with a gay man rewards you with Good points and setting him up with a woman rewards you with Evil points.
The Woobie: Any player character is set to lose their sister and their dog regardless of how you play. This can be taken Up to Eleven if you have a family, as Lucien will kill them himself.
Farmer Giles has his wife murdered by Ripper, just because they found out about his gang being crossdressers.