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.
Complete Monster: Akron from the Concept Album series The Emerald Sword Saga is a ruthless warlord and champion of the Dark God Kron. Akron begins by destroying the city of Ancelot and capturing its princess Airin. He lures The Warrior of Ice into giving him the famed Emerald Sword by threatening to execute all his prisoners, but has already killed them all. Akron has princess Airin raped to death by his demons in front of the men who love her, before having her beloved Arwald tortured and executed by being thrown into an acid pool. Akron's armies run rampant, destroying everything they encounter and slaughtering all they can.After a long campaign, when the Warrior of Ice is captured, Akron has him tortured and then decides to execute him by having him fed to the ravenous water snakes in the swamps. Akron is so horrible, even his noble Dragon Dargor finally turns on him to help destroy him after witnesses his horrible excesses.
Moral Event Horizon: Akron has his demons rape Airin to death in front of the men who love her, then Arwald is tortured and executed by being thrown into an acid pool.
Narm: If you combine the aforementioned strong accent and unique inflection with Luca Turilli's fairly... idiosyncratic grasp of English, this is what you get.
The very last segment of Tears of a Dying Angel, with the failed echo...
"Resist..... sist...... sist....... sist...."
In "Gargoyles, Angels of Darkness":
"Oh no! Oh God! Oh God no! What is happening!"
The First Act of The Cold Embrace of Fear has a nice example too.
"IT'S AN AVALAAAAAAAAAANCHE!"
Not to mention this gem from Heroes of the Waterfalls' Kingdom:
"Fly! Fly, mighty Thanor! For your revenge! AND OUR FREEDOOOOOOOOOOM!
Narm Charm: Fabio Lione is the king of this trope.