YMMV / Welkin Weasels

  • Accidental Innuendo: Calling the sea walls "dykes" is perfectly correct, but these days it's a tad snigger-inducing. And that's just the start.
  • Anvilicious: When Hare and Berk get turned into glass statues, you can see all of their internal organs, perfectly made of glass…except for their throat and lungs which are black with tar and nicotine. Don’t smoke, kids!
  • Big-Lipped Alligator Moment: Sylver speaking with the lion in Noah’s Ark. It completely comes out of nowhere, is weirdly dark and dramatic, and is never mentioned again.
  • Complete Monster: The vicious fox Magellan is a Bounty Hunter feared and dreaded throughout Welkin for his murderous ways. A sadist possessed of a long list of bodies and a fondness for snares for how slowly they choke out the victim, Magellan truly came into his own upon assassinating the noble King Redfur, tossing Welkin into complete chaos and allowing Redfur's evil brother Prince Poynt to come into power and establish a brutal slave regime. Magellan takes advantage of the chaos by rallying up a band of psychopaths and rogues and launching a campaign of slaughter throughout Welkin to jolly himself, pillaging and robbing even the poorest they could find and massacring entire communities worth of innocents. Once allowed to come back into Welkin from his banishment under contract by Prince Poynt to murder the rebel outlaws Sylver and his gang, Magellan immediately returns to old ways by cruelly murdering Sylver's friend Dredless—whose brother he had killed prior during his previous rampage—and cruelly taunting Sylver about it. Reviled even by the corrupt rulers of Welkin whom he indirectly allowed to take power in the first place, Magellan is tempered by no altruistic or humorous traits in a series rife with villains with the same.
  • Ho Yay: Maudlin and Scruff seem to share beds a lot.
  • Moment of Awesome:
    • Wodehead's magic FINALLY WORKING RIGHT.
    • Sheriff Falshed single-handedly slaying the jabjab bird and saving the entire ship and its crew. Sadly, since Falshed is the designated Butt-Monkey, it quickly turns into a Kick the Dog moment. He's the dog.
  • So Bad, It's Good: The jumbled and Crazy Awesome plotting definitely feels like Redwall on LSD.