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: Pokémon: Zoroark: Master of Illusions
Complete Monster: Grings Kodai kidnapped both a mother and child Pokémon from their homeland, imported them into another region, and blackmailed the mother into doing his bidding by threatening to kill the child. All of this is to cause the evacuation of a large city so he can find an energy cluster left behind by time-traveling Pokémon Celebi and absorb it, renewing his ability to see the future, which he acquired twenty years prior at the cost of annihilating the city's plant life. He's willing to destroy the city's ecosystem a second time, for the money.
Moral Event Horizon: Grings Kodai forces Zoroark to allow him to obtain the Time Ripple by electrocuting her child right in front of her. Then Kodai has his Pokémon try to kill Zoroark, since he's got Zorua in the palm of his hand, and Zoroark is defenseless so long as he does. And he manages to one up himself by trying to murder Zorua and Zoroark in cold blood when they trick him, despite the fact that he could've ignored them to absorb the Time Ripple or flee. And he actually succeeded in killing Zoroark - though Celebi saved her, it doesn't change the fact that Kodai committed, thus far, the only successful cold-blooded murder of a Pokémon (all other times were accidental or just a side effect of what the villain was doing).
Narm Charm: Considering that this is Pokémon, it can actually be quite endearing for some.
Nightmare Fuel: Zoroark, once again. However, she might have been intended to be scary at a low level.
Kodai, too; he shocks people, traps them in boxes, and throws them at hard objects, and he doesn't care who he does it to.
Kodai's electrocutions; unlike the normal Harmless Electrocution, you see the victim(s) convulsing in pain and screaming in agony. While both are scary, Zorua's is far worse, as the poor thing is just a baby suffering like that, making it rather... hard to watch.
When Zoroark is confronting the Legendary Beasts and senses Zorua getting hurt. While not played up, the simple fact is she's a mother who knows her beloved son is on the other side of town, being hurt, and thanks to the trio, there's nothing she can do about it. It shows in the fight, as she's trying her hardest to get enough distance to make it to Zorua but just can't.
The brief look on her face when she and Zorua are stumbling towards one another. Up until that moment, Zoroark has never shown anything pure, ferocious resolve — but for an instant, she looks close to tears.