- Crowning Moment of Funny: A few creep in,
Zessus: "I met a new hero who inspired me: General Peasant of the Humans."General Moore: "The name's Moore... and I suppose you're the... tooth fairy in all this?" (Keep in mind he's mouthing off to the most powerful Masari, their queen).
- Any scene with Moore qualifies, it's his main purpose in the plot.
"Commander Orlok! These noble intentions of ending bloodshed, an alliance with a fallen enemy; all very ambitious of you!... And if we were a race of FLOWERS it would be rewarded!"
- As well as this jewel by Kamal Re'x:
Advisor: Commander, they're retreating.Orlok: They must think we have reinforcements. Let's get some before they find out we don't.
- Crowning Music of Awesome: The soundtrack was done by Frank Klepacki of Command & Conquer fame, and it shows. You can download the OST here.
- Divine Intervention is quite good.
- Evil Is Cool: The Hierarchy is a walking embodiment of everything awesome about alien invasions, they have massive walkers, flying saucers, an overlord with a cool name and the rockiest soundtrack in an RTS since the last Command & Conquer game.
- Game Breaker: in an ordinary match, you are always limited to six research project slots at any time. If you want to research something else, you have to give up already researched stuff to make room. HOWEVER, if you're Hierarchy and build a walker hardpoint granted by research, the hardpoint won't be removed once you give up its prerequisite! Therefore, it's entirely possible to finish the last campaign mission by building two Science Walkers then buying Assault Branch Suite 3 and filling one walker with Visual Enhancers (reveals the whole map) then giving up the three slots to buy Mutagenic Branch Suit 4 and filling the other walker with Cascade Reactors. Result: ability to launch radiation cascades without using a spotter, enabling you to utterly rape the defenders into oblivion.
- Suspiciously Similar Song: As the name implies, the track Act on Invasion bears more than a little similarity to Act on Instinct from the original Command & Conquer. Both tracks were made by the brilliant Frank Klepacki.
- Here's a fun little minigame: play both songs at the same time and see how well you can get them to fit together. It actually works pretty well.