YMMV / Hero: 108

  • Cargo Ship: Mystique Sonia and Yaksha, especially since someone has to tell her that they love her three times in a row to become a Yaksha in the first place.
  • Chaotic Evil: Twin Masters
  • Fridge Horror: In the Liger episode, the Yaksha that Mystique Sonia has is burned up and she cons a tank driver into saying he loves her three time so that he turns into a Yaksha, which she treats like it is the one she always had. Do the Yaksha all have the same mind?
    • It appears the curse requires their love to be real, as when another group of people fell victim to it, they reverted back to normal when her looks got screwed up, while her Yaksha loved her anyway. And that tank driver did actually admit to loving her.
  • Fridge Logic: High Roller says all humans are enemies when he is human. So why do the animals listen to him?
  • Jerkass Woobie: Second Squad, especially Alpha Girl during "Turtle Cannon Competition II" She is forced to painfully take one for the team, and her team loses BECAUSE of it.
  • Nightmare Fuel:
    Leech!Mighty Ray: We have been waiting for you, Mystique Sonia.
    Leech!Jumpy: Your... turn...
    Mystique Sonia: My turn for what? Why are you guys acting so creepy?
    • In the opening scene of "Fox King and the Arachno Tanks" we get to see three fox cubs, but then there's only two of them the next time we get to see them. We can only assume HighRoller actually killed the third cub offscreen, and the fact HighRoller hung the rest of the family (sans Fox King) in a cage above a set of spikes doesn't help in the slightest.
    • In "Pitched Battle of the Air Force Part 2" we get the Twelve Eyed Striped Dumbat, a dangerous fusion of Big Green's enemies created by Mighty Ray toying around with Woo's invention. Basically, what happens first is that Mighty Ray, Mystique Sonia and Jumpy Ghostface are kidnapped, who then break free from the Dumbat's grasp and start assaulting the heads. What does it do to dispatch them? It grabs them with Bearstomp's arm and pulls them into HighRoller's mouth. Not only is HighRoller satisfied right after (even commenting on their taste), there's also the fact that two of the victims are humans.
    • Twin Masters. Although the show is typically lighthearted, Twin Masters mean business and have a genuinely intimidating appearance of a gargantuan, half-blue and half-red, vaguely humanoid entity with a skull sitting on top of its incredibly wide torso and twelve hands (two big ones and one on each finger), not to mention their voice is as equally intimidating and their motive being plunging Hidden Kingdom into everlasting chaos.
  • Talking to Himself: Scott McNeil voices both of the Twin Master spirits, using a gruff voice for Red, and a slightly shriller one for Blue.
  • This Is Your Premise on Drugs
  • They Wasted a Perfectly Good Plot: High Roller turning First Squad into Animals.
    • In the season 2 episode "Animals Inside" though, First Squad actually does get turned into animals as part of the plot (but without High Roller being involved in their transformation), so maybe the plot ended up being not-wasted after all.
  • The Woobie: Chameleon Queen