YMMV / The Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nóg

  • Cult Classic: It has been considered to be this outside Germany, which was where the show was more popular there.
  • Ear Worm: For a theme song that's simply the show's title being chanted for a minute or so, it'll get lodged in your brain alright.
  • Faux Symbolism:
    • Neither the Irish names, accents, or landscape is integral to the plot, raising the question, how is this a world "where Irish myth lives"?
    • It's a complete coincidence, but Power Rangers Samurai has the same five elements, fire (red), water (blue), forest (green), earth (yellow) and air (pink). Forest and Air were Wood and Heaven in Samurai Sentai Shinkenger, so it certainly wasn't intended to match Mystic Knights, it just did.
      • Forest and Wood are the same, it's just that Wood has Double Entendre jokes in the West. Heaven was meant as Air, but the kanji for Air didn't provide an appealing visor design. The two are the same because Wood isn't exactly an uncommon Element Number Five.
  • Growing the Beard: The Warrior Of Temra Arc, as described on the main page.
  • Germans Love David Hasselhoff: The show was pretty big in Germany. Not a major hit, but bigger than a simple Cult Classic nonetheless.
  • Hilarious in Hindsight: A sword that shoots flames??
  • Narm Charm: It was already pretty trashy when it first aired, and still one can love every minute of it.
  • Parent Service: There's really no other reason for Deirdre's outfits. See the Stripperiffic entry in the main page.
  • Special Effects Failure: Every. Single. Monster. Then again this is aping the Power Rangers concept and you know how silly their villains can look.
  • Visual Effects of Awesome: CGI aside, all other effects like the sets, the costumes, the battle scenes, and especially the Knights' armor looked very good, considering it was a Saban series.