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Five games now, and this is still hilarious.

The people who made BlazBlue have a very healthy sense of humour. With the exception of Calamity Trigger, if you hear this song, you know something funny is going to happen. Enjoy your daily dose of Vitamin LOL in the folders below.

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    BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger 
  • Bang's Theme Music Power-Up by JAM Project in the console version, which replaces the current background music with an over-the-top song about how awesome he is.
    • And of course, what happens when Bang Install backfires. Humiliation beyond belief!
    • If you finish an opponent with his Astral, you could say your foe Got Nailed.
  • The scene where Bang proceeds to beat up Tager just because he looks like he's going to do something evil one day.
  • Speaking of Bang, everything he says.
    Geahh! Electrifyi-i-i-i-i-i-i-ing!
    This is an Ukemi!
    Instant Ninpo!!
    Now jump! Into my manly chest!!
    If there are two things I hate in this world, it's lies and evil and lies! And bell peppers!!!!
    You seem to be lacking in areas. Especially around the che- Wait, what are you doing?! DON'T SHOOT!!
    • In his Joke Ending, he manages to freeze Jin in a block of ice and set the surrounding area on fire. Noel tries to make him fix it. Bang's response? Run like hell.
  • This line from Ragna's story mode:
    Ragna: "Hello, Mr. Grim Reaper is here. I've come to invite all you guys to the Underworld... 'xcuse me, pizza delivery here!"
  • Pictured above, Ragna's "Wanted!" Poster, which he sees first in a restaurant when he takes Tao to a meal, as she's looking for this really scary criminal, Rawrgna The Bloodfridge. But Ragna is more concerned about how Gonk he looks in the poster.
    Ragna: ''This is supposed to be me?! Would it have killed 'em to hire a better artist? C'mon, I look like friggin' Quasimodo! And what the hell is a "Bloodfridge" supposed to be?!
  • The scene where Ragna and Taokaka realize they've had a big misunderstanding about who exactly is paying the no doubt large bill they've racked up at a restaurant.
  • Noel's Joke Ending, where after being defeated by Tager, she wakes up in Litchi's clinic. Litchi then chases Noel all around Kagutsuchi trying to get Noel to dress in a variety of outfits, including Valentine's.
  • Tager's Joke Ending:
    • Also, Kokonoe starts talking about modifying Bang's body, but then says she wants to test the mods on Hakumen's body first. Cut to Hakumen, who gets a chill down his spine and senses a great danger, even worse than what he felt against the Black Beast.
  • Arakune's Astral Finish. Pre-Chronophantasma, at least.
  • Nu's arcade playthrough has her exchange with Taokaka. Mostly because the ever calculating Nu looks at Taokaka and has no idea what to think.
    • This line seals it: "Tao is Tao! Are you flappy-flap? What do you want from meow?"
  • In Noel's story mode, there's the segment where she... *ahem* plays with Makoto.
    *boing boing*
    Makoto: Noel? What... are you doing?
    *boing boing*
    Noel: Hehe, Makoto, your ears are so fluffy...
    Makoto: Argh! Right when I was depressed too...
    Noel: Hmmm...
    Makoto: Hey! Stop touching them!
    Noel: But they're so soft. Especially your tail. What's this? A concealed weapon?
    Makoto: I'm not a stuffed animal! I am-
    *boing boing*
  • Stop hitting yourself, Carl. Stop hitting yourself, Carl. Stop hitting yourself, Carl. Stop hitting yourself, Carl...
  • The typical result of two Ragna players clashing.

    BlazBlue: Continuum Shift 
  • Bang's victory sequence against Arakune in arcade mode of Continuum Shift - Bang offers to give Arakune a bath; the latter just wants to get the hell out of there. Hilarity Ensues.
  • Noel hates Ragna's teasing and insults, and this is reflected during their fights. She says things like "Stop calling me stupid!" and "I'm not dumb!" during certain moves, but the CMoF comes when she uses her Zero-Gun:Fenrir special, in which she shouts, while filling Ragna with bullets: "Ragna The Bloodedge... YOU'RE STUPID!"
  • How about Hazama's Joke Ending? It can only be expressed with an equation, Hazama's hatred of cats + all the cats and cat people in Kagutsuchi suddenly being attracted to him = Hilarity Ensues.
    • How did this all happen? There was an ingredient in the bath powder he took in the beginning. It was 100% Spanish CATNIP! This scenario either let Hazama being trolled or he trolled himself.
  • Ragna's Joke Ending. Just... Ragna's Joke Ending. Link to the video.
    • Three simple words: Valley Girl Nu.
      Nu: I mean, Ragna and Nu should, like, go steal [treasure] and some junk.
    • Ragna screams and freaks out A LOT in this ending. Highlights include:
      • "What in the HEEEEEEEEEELL?!?!"
      • "My body! My body is all see-through and crap. What's going on?"
      • "I didn't ask for profound exposition or half-assed insults! I asked what the hell is going on?!"
    • And the best one:
      "Ghosts!? *Screams Like a Little Girl*"
      Narration: Ragna screamed like a little girl covered in tarantulas.
      • Although, the English version's "BROOOOOOOOOOOOOTHERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!!!" is just as funny.
      • Let's not forget Relius's Gag Reel in Continuum Shift Extend where Tomokazu Sugita makes Jin sound a bit more gayer. See Continuum Shift Extend for details.
    • Rachel's description of how Ragna died is hilarious in a different way.
  • Rachel's Joke End. Her Spectacles of Eros will make you laugh silly. Reason? She's not too happy to see Ragna with Platinum. More epicly, all the girls from Kagutsuchi minus Taokaka, Tsubaki and Linhua. To add more fuel to this Gag Reel...Jin has to appear to 'save' his brother. A link for your enjoyment.
    • Litchi wants to gives him the love potion but fails thanks to Noel and admit her love to Ragna, but a random stalker HAS to show up at the wrong moment...
    • Kokonoe tries to give him a sleeping candy but is foiled by Litchi. The best part is what Kokonoe explaining what she's going to do with Ragna, with multiple instances of creative censoring.
      Kokonoe: First, I intended to take his INFERNO DIVIDER and put it in a CARNAGE SCISSORS, and maybe a little GAUNTLET HADES too? My goodness, I can only imagine his HELL'S FANG will DEATH SPIKE!.
      Noel: W-W-WHAAAT?! How could you stoop so low?! That's... totally unfair!
    • Noel admitting... THAT SHE'S MARRIED TO RAGNA (via forged marriage registration).
      Noel: Ragna the Bloodedge is officially... is officially MY husband!
      Rachel: *Smiling and overdramatically* How dare you Ragna! You could have ME as your wife! Why?!
      Ragna: YOU, stay out of this! You're just making things worse!
    • Makoto and Lambda pounce upon Ragna, crushing him beneath their supple, young bodies. His reply is a muffled groan of agony. INSTANCE OF ACTUAL NARRATION.
    • Ada... objects to Noel's "marriage" to Ragna in her own way.
      Rachel: Oh my... is that... a detonator?
      * boom*
      Kokonoe: Oh! Ah yes! The sweet sound of multiple explosive detonations! I love the sound of explosions in the morning! And I do believe they're coming from the direction of Kagutsuchi city hall!
      Noel: WHAAAAAAAAAAT?! No! I won't be able to submit one of my duplicate marriage registrations!!
      Luna: You actually have more of them?! You conniving little bitch!
      Litchi: You got the Librarium to make you a fake seal... That's pretty sad. Impressive... but sad.
      Lambda: Analyzing subject... Dignity: Nonexistent. Mammary glands: Below detectable levels.
      Makoto: There's no way that Ragna could possibly fall for someone like Noel. She's not even an adult yet.
    • Then Jin shows up...
      Ragna: JIN!?
      Rachel: My goodness. This is... both unexpected and... pleasing.
      Jin: You seem to be surrounded by a great number of beautiful women. Perhaps you can explain the meaning of all this...
      Ragna: Hey, not you too! Oh, and what's with your eyes?... They're... heart-shaped!?
      Rachel: What madness is this?! Is sexual preference little more than a simple bump in the road for the Spectacles of Eros?! ...Although in the ultimate analysis, I rather doubt Jin's feelings toward Ragna required much...modification.
      Jin: You horrible pack of harpies, don't you dare touch my brother! Get away from him, or I'LL CUT YOU TO PIECES!!
    • And, ultimately, the ending leaves us with one question from Rachel. "Why, then, did they not affect me?" It's hilarious when you take a moment to think about why the spectacles that make everyone love you - even robots, beastmen and clones - don't change Rachel's behavior. It's because she's already in love with Ragna.
  • From the True End of Continuum Shift:
    Ragna: "Now engaging the Idea Engine!"
    Terumi: "...what?"
  • Tager's Joke Ending. An affectionate parody of Humongous Mecha / Shōnen shows, with Makoto, Kokonoe, and a heapload of innuendos:
    Makoto: "Oh... My... GAWD, Commander Kokonoe, that is so awesome! No... Seriously... I'm feelin' a tingly sensation in my naughty bits."
    Kokonoe: "Oh hoho, I knew you'd appreciate its beauty."
    Makoto: "Of course, Professor Kokonoe. Oh, I can't wait to get my hands on his joystick. Please, can I have control? Please? Pretty please!?"
    Kokonoe: "Oh, are you sure you can handle all that, Private?"
    • Also, Hakumen's appearance has him shortening his own Badass Creed.
      Hakumen: "I am the white void, I am... et cetera, et cetera... THE END HAS COME!"
    • And the ending:
      Hakumen: "THE END HAS COME!!" *explodes*
  • Carl's Gag Ending in Continuum Shift, which parodies Scooby-Doo so much. He spends the night in the Academy grounds with Noel, Tsubaki and Makoto, trying to solve the "Seven Mysteries of the Academy". Each turns out to have increasingly implausible and funny explanations, including the mysterious piano playing and dancing skeleton being Valkenhayn playing the piano and dancing with the skeleton while fantasizing about Rachel, the disembodied laughter being Jin practising his laugh for when he faces Ragna, the crying/wailing girl being Litchi trying out clothes too small for her and screaming in pain as a result and the mysterious extra step on the stairs being Taokaka asleep at the bottom. Don't forget Ragna being the ghost girl, which is even more funny considering how much he's scared of ghosts. And speaking of Ragna, at the end of the Reel, the "Scooby gang" ends up forgetting about him and the poor guy is left waiting outside for them, and then gets teased by Rachel for it.
  • Noel's Gag Ending. The hysterical voice of the waitress, Carl's memories of Noel's cooking, Bang trying to hold a conversation with Nirvana...then Noel's first dish comes out. The only way to describe it is that Bang apparently EXPLODES trying to eat it. And that's only the beginning...
    "What that 'something' was defied description. It didn't sit on the plate so much as squat malevolently, hating all and being hated by all..."
  • Tsubaki's Joke Ending, where she wanders into Orient Town and meets a very drunk Litchi. Yep, you guessed it. Noel's Calamity Trigger Joke Ending Part 2. Although, Tsu baki is much more co-operative.
  • Litchi's Joke Ending also, especially for this little gem when Bang thought Litchi is going to do something to him per the game rules...
    Linhua: The previous holder must ki—
    Bang: Ooh! Does this mean 'kiss passionately'!? Ah! Miss Litchi, whenever you're ready, I am ready also!!
    Linhua: —ick him in the ass so hard.
  • From Taokaka's story mode, where after defeating Tsubaki, she "tests" her breasts. The Tuna Avenger deems them average.
    Tsubaki: H-How dare she calls these "average". They're not average... are they?
    • Notice how even the eye on Tsubaki's hat is opening up wildly when Taokaka is "testing".
  • Bang's Gag End as well. Taokaka nearly blurted out that Litchi is pretty much Oblivious to Love on Bang, in which Tsubaki, who has sworn to strike down on Bang if he lied (he told her that he's Litchi's boyfriend and they're dating), was nearly losing it. Bang tried bargaining Tao with meat buns to keep up with the lie... in which Tao starts displaying 'nasty' bargaining skills that ups the amount of meat buns she'll get (the voice also changed more 'sinisterly' in the Japanese version). In the end, he... succeeded, sort of.
  • When Makoto fights Noel, Tsubaki, Jin or Hazama, it plays the typical Badass Creed intro they all share. However, Makoto being Makoto, she sometimes messes up her line. Their reactions are priceless.
    Makoto: Dispatched in mankind's darkest... Ugh, uh... *mumbling* Oh forget it!
    Noel: I had to work really super hard to memorize that, ya'know!
    Tsubaki: *angrily* You're gonna practice that until you get it right!
    Jin: *underwhelmed* You just never change, do you?
  • This example is a little odd but hear me out. In Bang's True Ending, Hazama is fought and, no surprise here, he is perfectly okay right after he is beaten. But then, Bang decides to use Fu-rin-ka-Zan. Then this exchange happens:
    Hazama: Oh-ho! So that's your secret trick, huh? Pretty nice, I'll admit, but I don't think it's gonna be enough to beat me.
    Bang: Perhaps not... but it is enough to run away! (he flees in a puff of smoke)
    Hazama: What?!
    • On its own, this moment might be humorous but here is where it truly is funny. Hazama regularly demonstrates that he knows about every possible event that can happen despite the continuum shift being in effect, which no other character or thing can do. So the fact that one of the series' Butt-Monkey and Rated M for Manly Bang Shisigami is able to completely outsmart Hazama is hilarious, and made this troper fall out of his seat when he first saw it.

    BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend 
  • The Fandom Nod in Calamity Trigger Reconstruction, when Bang is beaten by Jin...
    Bang: Stand down, my numbered subordinates! This is my fight, and you have no chance against someone who spams "Ice Cars" constantly...
  • Luna accusing Ragna of being a pedophile, and then attempting to pick a fight with him.
    Luna: "Bring it on, Aqualung!"
    • The waitress practically steals the show in that scene with all her misconceptions about Ragna...
      Waitress: "I hear you lust after your own brother!"
      Ragna: "No I'm into little gi—wait that's not right either..."
      Waitress: "Eek! A pervert!"
  • The prelude to Rachel's intervention in Slight Hope. Seeing Hazama's calm and collected facade go flying out the window because Makoto was in an alternate timeline without knowing such herself is priceless.
    "You know, when you said 'Noel Vermillion' a few moments ago, I damn near peed myself. All of my plans - POOF! - instantly undone. All thanks to you."
    "Might as well ask for a pony, too, so long as you're wishing for unlikely things. Thanks to your flitting about doing what you please, my plans have gone fair-to-middling FUBAR! You're really starting to grate upon my nerves - sorry, but it's true. Relius was going to take care of you, but shit... I just don't think I can WAIT that long..."
    "Damn vampire! You LIVE to cockblock me, don't you?! Well, UNlive... you know what I meant..."
    • Speaking of Makoto's Extend Story Mode, the exchange between Makoto and Rachel at the end was rather funny.
      Rachel: Incidentally, I believe this is the point where you thank me.
      Makoto: Oh... uh... thanks?
      Rachel: That was milquetoast. Say it again! This time, with feeling!
      Makoto: Thank you for this boon you have granted me! Uh, it is "boon", right?
      Rachel: That'll do, beastkin. That'll do.
  • In Platinum's story, after Platinum left Ragna with a massive bill for the food they (mostly she) ate, Ragna attempts to claim that he is the Grim Reaper to avoid paying for the money... yet the waitress didn't buy it, taking excuse of how different Ragna looks like in real and in the bounty picture. And so, Ragna gets to be a dishwasher...
    • In a similar scene in Calamity Trigger Reconstruction, everyone did recognize Ragna from the poster when he pointed out to Tao that he has no way to pay for all the food. He doesn't get a break, does he?
  • Makoto's Joke Ending. Dear God, Makoto's Joke Ending. Makoto runs a dramatic re-enactment of her questionable family life with randomized casting. It turns out like:
    Makoto's Father: Noel.
    Makoto's Mother: Hazama.
    Makoto's Younger Sister, Mikoto: Bang.
    Makoto's Older Brother, Mukoto: Valkenhayn.
    Makoto's Younger Twin Siblings, Mekoto and Mokoto: Carl and Ada.
    Makoto's Youngest Baby Sibling: Ragna.
    • Not to mention poor Makoto's increasing frustration at how it's turned out:
      (on Mommy Hazama): What the eff, guys? Just because Mommy can be a psycho-bitch on occasion doesn't mean you have to cast a sociopath!
      (on Bang as soft-spoken Mikoto): Wow... just... wow. I don't even give a rat's ass anymore. Moving on...
      (when hearing about Valkenhayn's attempt at clumsiness): You punched through a guy's head?! WTF bro?!
      (when questioned how her family life would have turned out): "That was supposed to be the point of this! But then you had to go balls it up by mis-casting everyone!"
      • Eventually... it leads to this:
      • And finally after the house get destroyed with Mommy Terumi and Baby Ragna's fight:
        Makoto: NO! That's not what happened at all! This was the worst reenactment ever! Y'all SUCK!
    • There's Hazama's line when he appears:
      Hazama: Guess who's home and not preggers anymore?
    • Also, Makoto's reaction to Ragna being the baby:
      Ragna: Goo. ('Sup?)
      Makoto: What the fuuu--?!
      Ragna: Goo! Goo ga ga! (Hey! No F-Bombs!)
    • Makoto (of all people) hanging a lampshade on the amount of fanservice in the game, after telling Noel how to replicate her father's signature bodybuilder pose - leaning back whilst holding his hands behind his head, for an "abs & gun-show".
      Makoto: "Huh. It's all "BOOYAH!" when Daddy does it. When you do it, it's just... fan-service. Well, whatever. You'll just have to take my word for it, guys — We're already on thin ice with the rating's board as it is..."
    • Hazama's parenting skills.
      Bang: We NOT cool! That sentence doesn't even have a verb, woman!
      Hazama: Shut your trap!
      Narration: Mommy ends Mikoto's rant with a wicked right cross to the mouth - a textbook example of the famous Nanaya "tough love."
      Noel: H-Honey... You just launched our daughter through the roof!
      Hazama: She was giving Mommy a headache! Use your inside voice, Mikoto! Capiche?
      [Groans from the off-screen Bang.]
      Hazama: See? Crisis averted.
      Makoto: Uh, that wasn't so much an answer as it was teeth rattling around in a mouthful of blood...
      • And then...
        Hazama: Don't steal my thunder, Makoto. Yelling at you kids is Mommy's only pleasue in life. Well, that and her telenovelas...
        Valkenhayn: Someone! Cut me a switch, that I may punish her!
        Hazama: Hey! That's Daddy's only pleasure in life! Put up your dukes, kid!
        Valkenhayn: You think you can best me, Mommy?
        Hazama: I brought you into this world - I can sure as shit take you out of it!
      • And that's not even getting into bringing home the baby...
        Valkenhayn: Mommy, where's the baby?
        Hazama: Uh, yeah. About that. We got into a tiff on the way home, so... he'll get here when he gets here.
        Makoto: You fought a BABY?!
        Hazama: No, of course not...
        Makoto: Good, good. Whew!
        Hazama: He spat up on me, so I returned the favor. Hey, tit for tat, right? Anyhoo, he didn't much take to that. We stared each other down for a minute or two, then parted ways.
        Noel: You barfed on our baby? Like... Purposely?!
    • Makoto reffering to Noel as "Punk-ass no-boobs daddy".
  • Relius' Joke Ending is just as funny. When Kokonoe and Relius are doing a body-switching experiment, Hilarity Ensues. In order to help Relius, Kokonoe decides to use the soul-swapping machine to test out the unlucky subjects. Even better, try changing it to Japanese voice to show how Tomokazu Sugita, Chiwa Saito and Kana Ueda trying to act as Jin, Hazama and Bang, respectively
    • To clarify, Ragna and Jin swap with each other, then Ragna!Jin swaps with Makoto. Hazama and Taokaka swap, followed by Bang and Rachel.
    • Many of their reactions to switching bodies count:
      Ragna as Jin: Huh? Hey, my voice's all funny... and why're my clothes so confining? Wait, these aren't- OH SON OF A BITCH!
      Jin as Ragna: Is this... Brother's body? *panting* Oh Brother... BROTHER!!
      Makoto as Ragna: Huh? Did you steal my boobs, Kokonoe? And my butt feels all... incomplete... where's my tail?
      Hazama as Taokaka: Kokonoe, what'd you do to my pants? I'm feeling an updraft, you kinky scientist, you... Wait, what?!
      Taokaka as Hazama: Who stuck Tao in a hipster?! Meow! You can't be Tao! I'm Tao! ...But you're Tao! Did I catnip too much catnip?!
      Bang as Rachel: My, there's two of me! And this new, soft-spoken me is terrifyingly tall! Ye gods, man, you're a colossus! What is the meaning of this?!
      Makoto as Ragna: (after listening to Ragna as Jin and Jin as Makoto talking) Geez, and I thought my family was nuts...
    • One can only imagine what would happen if Noel and Litchi were involved...
  • Platinum's Joke Ending is a merciless parody of the Magical Girl genre where the flat-chested girls, Platinum, Rachel, Noel, and Ada, plus, um, Carl, team up to take down the evil Boing Queen, Litchi, and her minions, Taokaka, Tsubaki, and Makoto, along with the mole Arakune and personal bodyguard Ragna (who is easily scared off with a ghost joke). Complete with the mysterious masked hero, the Puppeteer Mask, Relius.
  • Valkenhayn's Joke Ending is not as funny as the others, but is also pretty notable. Most of the time, Ragna gets loads of joke abuse in his Gag Reel. Some of which are:
    • Who knew that Ragna the Bloodedge doesn't know how to use a smartphone?
    • This exchange;
    Valkenhayn: What’s wrong? You’re as white as a gho—
    Ragna: Don't-say-it-'cause-you-know-I-hate-those-things-and-shut-up-'cause-I'm-fine!
    Taokaka: Baaaww! Somebody’s worried that Tao saw you being all laaaaame, huh!
    Valkenhayn: “All laaaaaaame?”
    Taokaka: Meow!
    Ragna: Huh? No! That’s…that’s crazy-talk. Nope. Not worried!
    Taokaka: Then show Tao the doohickey in your pocket, good guy!
    Ragna: Huh?! Um…I have no idea what you’re talking about! *whistles*
    Taokaka: You better take it out already, or else—MEOW! Behind you, good guy! Some creeper’s reaching for your meat-buns!
    Ragna: Goddamnit Jin! If you pinch my ass one more time...
    • Ragna seems to get beaten up by Valkenhayn for trying to wake up Rachel.
    • Not to mention Valkenhayn's life threatening trek into the monster-filled Death Valley, to use a microwave!
      Ragna: H-Hey! How'd you get to be an old man JUMPING INTO THINGS WITH DEATH IN THEIR DAMN NAME?!
    • Special mention goes to Valkenhayn describing the legend of the "Sleeping Crimson Eyed Pigtails", and he goes on to say that even Hakumen pees himself at the mere mention of it. Ragna's reaction?
      Ragna: He pees?!
    • When Ragna says that he sleeps only a few hours a day and with one eye open.
      Taokaka: You should work on that, Good Guy. Chronic fatigue can stunt your growth and effect your cognitive thinking. Oh, uh... Meow.
      Ragna: Yeah, duly noted.
  • Relius using his Astral Finish on Hazama. Not only is Hazama not visibly restrained in almost any way (he's just sitting backwards on an ordinary chair, the only evidence of him being under the AF's effects being the blue force field underneath), he looks bored.
    • If Relius uses his Astral Finish in a Mirror Match, the player's treated to the (initial) sight of both Reliuses sitting on cushy chairs, staring at each other and looking rather bored, the only real difference that one of the Ignis seems to be broken.
  • Despite also being Nightmare Fuel, the scene in Relius' story mode where he shows Carl the true nature of a person's existence loses all pretenses of being dramatic when the camera, which is already prominently showing Relius' enormous girth, decides to zoom in on it as it cuts to black.

    Teach Me, Miss Litchi!/Reloaded 
  • "I've also thought of installing one on your-" GIGANTIC TAGER!
    • "I don't think I need that kind of... um... enhancement".
  • Pretty much the whole first episode.
    • This exchange:
      Litchi: Why are you girls dressed like that?
      All Girls: !!!!
      Noel: We... We're students... from, the military academy...
      Tsubaki: What she said.
      Makoto: Right!
      Litchi: But I could've sworn you were...
      Makoto: Shaddup!
  • Also, the first episode of Teach Me: Miss Litchi! Reloaded!
    Taokaka: I see three sets of boobies... and one cutting board.
    Noel: Cutting board!? She actually compared me to a cutting board!
    • And:
      Litchi: Yes, Tao. That's amazing!
    • And this, after Tao eats a dictionary in an attempt to become smarter:
      Taokaka: Meow, this tastes horrible. Tao is very disappointed.
      Makoto: (underwhelmed) Yeah. I kinda suspected as much.
      • In fact, let's just say pretty much anything Makoto says or does in this episode.
  • From Taokaka: "Poly-tits?note  Are those a new type of boobies?"
  • Ragna's description of Taokaka's so-called "handwriting":
    Ragna: What the hell is this? Can you read any of this? I mean your looks like you dipped a bunch of worms in paint, made them do an unholy mix of breakdance and lambada, and watched as they exploded from the strain...but a hundred times worse.
  • From the original Teach me's, Carl's Episode has him pretend to be Rachel. Which consists of him taking his glasses off, speaking in a high voice, and demanding tea.
  • In one episode, Ragna has no clue what time it is and apparently loses track of time and Gii lampshades it.
    Gii: That's what unemployment'll do to ya. No sense of time whatsoever.
  • In Chronophantasma, Tao tries pronouncing "Military Academy". Ladies and gentlemen, the "Molester Academeow".
    • The entire second episode of TMML from Chronophantasma.
  • What about Arakune being Noel's pet? Even funnier is the fact that he ends up eating Noel's poems, which he quotes at random points, and cooking.
    • And the fact that Noel gets increasingly violent towards him every time he quotes her poems. It's amusing to see Noel get violent.

    Help Me, Professor Kokonoe! 
  • Just because Kokonoe is charged with guiding 'lost children', she doesn't have to be nice about it:
    • Kokonoe gets fed up with Jin... being Jin, so she pulls out her trump card: Ragna. The results must be seen to be believed.
    • Noel gets kicked out by Kokonoe after expressing a sense of companionship related to their cup size.
    • Kokonoe is aggravated by Rachel's aristocratic attitude, especially when she tries to act "mean on the outside and nice on the inside."
    • Taokaka acting smart... but still retains her obsessive fascination with breasts.
    • Meet the totally charming and totally Out of Character "Irresistible Arakune." Suffice it to say that both Litchi and Kokonoe prefer the original one. This sequence features Tager in a French Maid outfit, and being turned into a vacuum cleaner to clean up after Arakune, who left in a bridal veil while holding a bouquet.
    • Not the most patient sort, Kokonoe tries to cut corners during Lambda's. Cue some fourth wall jokes.
    • Hakumen's episode more than makes up for the lack of a Gag Reel.
    • Doubling as a Moment of Awesome: In Hazama's 'Help me, Dr. Kokonoe!' section... Hazama finally gets his comeuppance for being a Troll when Kokonoe brutalizes him after he badmouths her in HER show.
  • Just as the Extend gag reels are some of the funniest yet, so are the Help Me Professor Kokonoe segments.
    • While Makoto's bad ending is pure terror and Tear Jerker material, it is followed by Kokonoe once again flying into A-Cup Angst, then conceding that "the world needs more underboob".
    • Relius once again proves his credentials as a badass villain by trolling Kokonoe. In her own lab! And he doesn't even speak much!
    • Platinum's isn't bad either. Poor Kokonoe struggling to put up with the little brat (brats?).
    • Finally, Valkenhayn's little meeting with the Jerkass Cat Girl Mad Scientist hangs a lampshade on why Kokonoe hasn't been made a playable character.

    BlazBlue Expanded Media 
  • Anything from BlazBlue Radio (Bururaji). Take your pick. It helps that while on the show, they'll mention how much freedom they have to goof around. Often, they'll describe something utterly ridiculous then point out the artists for the show are having a "this is gonna suck" moment since they have to draw out most of this.
    • July 09, 2009: Sugita as Ragna yelling "I'm... IN LOVE WITH NAKAMURA!"
    • December 17, 2011. Instead of "Please Scold Me Ragna", they went with Tsubaki and Asami Imai goes ranting for a full minute about the BlazBlue music CD before Tomokazu Sugita (as Ragna) tells her to stop already and start the program.
    • Blue Fes 2012 -Riot of Summer Again- 2012. By the 2nd minute mark, you'd probably rolling on the floor laughing. And it only goes on from there. To note:
    • How the second episode of Bururaji Hyper ends. What should have been an epic speech from Tsubaki gets ruined thanks to Asami Imai spitting on the table by accident.
    • Blue Fes 2013 -Yokohama- special. This trope is what happens when you have eleven nerds in the same building.
      • Who gets to be number 4 and 5 in the popularity rankings shown on the screen at the same time? Ragna (4th) and Jin (5th). To say Tetsuya Kakihara hammed it up as Jin was priceless. Then they revealed 3rd place (Hazama, which surprised everyone including Yūichi Nakamura his seiyuu, who outright lampshades that he played that character to be hated as much as possible) and Tomokazu Sugita outright makes a Shout-Out to Gintama (specifically the Kintama arc). Oh and Hiroki Yasumoto's reaction that Azrael was ranked 22 with lampshades galore.
      • When they try to guess who the three people are in the silhouette. They started off with a lot of names for band artists and went on from there (for the record, it's Shamoji and the director and assistant director of the anime adaptation.
    • Many Bururaji episodes capped off with something called Tsubaki's Report. This segment is done in character where Tsubaki and the guest for the day discuss the show. This bit occurred when Tomomi Isomura, Makoto's voice actor, attended one day.
      Tsubaki: Makoto, it's great that you responded so cheerfully, but what's with your outfit?
      Makoto: My outfit? Well, today was my first radio guest appearance in awhile so I kinda dressed up...
      Tsubaki: I meant...You know, the part by your's torn.
      Makoto: Oh, this? This is the hole for my tail! I opened it myself...Hm? The hole got so big that it's showing off more than my tail! *Laughs*
      Tsubaki: *Sarcastic laughing* Not hahaha! Hurry up and take off that skirt!
      Makoto: *Coyly* Oooh! Tsubaki, that's naughty!
      Tsubaki: No! I'll sew up that hole while you give your report on today's episode!
    • One episode of Bururaji has Sugita (as Ragna) doing Dio Brando's "you're watching me" line. A couple seconds later, and he gives his own take on "ROADA ROLLA DA!"
    • One image we get from a Bururaji episode that guest starred Nakamura (Hazama) and Kenta Miyake (Susano'o) featured an image of Susano'o being approached by Hakumen, carrying Pakumen and Terumen swaddled up in baby blankets.
  • Tager's strategy video from the limited-edition bonus disc. Unlike his fellow pro BlazBlue players, Mike Z narrated Tager's strategy segment in an over-the top Russian accent, making frequent references to the superiority of Communism and denouncing Weak American Damage in favor of Real Soviet Damage!
    • This alone made the limited-edition set oh so worth it.
      "Much like Communism, the A-button Tager Buster is invincible! ... For a while. It also has a lot of range, but deals only weak, American damage. The B-button Tager Buster has less range than the A-version, but is faster and does real, Soviet damage!"
      "Tager's Backdash is invincible for longer than Hangover!"
  • Another one from the Drama CD with One Dialogue, Two Conversations between Jin and Noel. He is talking about doing (killing) a debt collector that has been pestering Ragna. She thinks that he is talking about doing Ragna.
    Noel: W-were you talking about doing it or not?
    Jin: I'm going to do it. It'll be quick.
    Noel: EH!!!?
    Jin: Why are you so surprised? Doing someone like him won't take long.
    Noel: M-major! That's not the right mindset! You need to be more careful about the other person!
    Jin: But of course.
    Noel: It should not be done one sidedly... you should consider the other person... with care and love... the two of you should feel all bubbly and then nyannyan...
    Jin: ... What are you talking about, Lieutenant?
    • And in the end, the clueless Jin ends up thinking that "nyannyan" is the new street slang for "killing" someone.
  • The Drama CD gives us "The Grand Debate of Which Shape Weiners Should be in a Lunch Box." Who would have known that one can deliver a Rousing Speech over weiners shapes. Remember kids, Duodecim takes their weiners seriously. I swear that the whole shenanigan is a shout out of the infamous "Truth of Strawberry Milk" speech from Gin Tama.
  • If you like Hazama's Gag Reel in Continuum Shift, you might enjoy the Calamity Trigger Drama CD where Jin got subjected to similar attack by Taokaka thanks to the food that Noel spilled over his pants. It's like Jin finally got a comeuppance after all the creepy crap he put Ragna though. Jin screaming his head off while struggling to get Tao off his pants:
    Jin: No, don't bite it!! IT'S NOT A WEINEEEERRRRR!!!!
  • One YouTuber by the name of Daggertail 100 created a fan-made of Help Me Doctor Hazama. Here's one of the funny video regarding him and his refund department. Try checking out his channel as there's some funny moment in his segment.
  • Blazblue Remix Heart manga has some funny moments. You can expect loads of fanservice in this manga due to the fact that it's been drawn by a doujin artist, Sumeragi.
    • The Death Dinner in the first chapter...WITH AN ASTRAL FINISH SIGN behind the piles of Noel's 'victims' . Mai Natsume decides to try it out. Her reaction? She actually ENJOYS it and even comments it's a taste of god, much to everyone's surprise. Everyone is convinced that Noel's cooking got better...that is until Faycott takes a bite of the same dish and is instantly KO'd.
      • This actually becomes a recurring gag as Mai ADORES Noel's food as she can't eat normal food due to her Super Taste skill (as the moment she eats it, she hears the thoughts of the ingredients and the chef who cooked it). She even goes as far as to deliberately get the punishment in one chapter just to eat Noel's food, much to her friend's dismay.
      • So to say, Noel's dish was so infamous that the teachers decide to use it as punishment to slackers and bad students.
    • Chapter 4. THE ENTIRE CHAPTER including Teacher Emma's secret cosplay room.
      • How does Emma find out that the girls found her secret room? She finds Noel wearing her bra (with padding) and promptly reaches into her clothing and snatches it back.
        Noel: (after the above) My dream....
    • Kagura's debut on Chapter 12. This conversation from Taro after Kagura tries to ask Mai for some tea:
      Taro: I'll be pretty sad if I find out my relative turned out to be some criminal.
      Sign: Stop Sex Crimes!
      Kagura: I'll kill you!
      • In fact...lets say Kagura's characteristic makes it hilarious that he's fond of girls with big breasts especially he wants to go after Emma's.

    BlazBlue: Chronophantasma 
  • The Ragna VS Rachel special battle intro. Rachel uses Silpheed to float away from Ragna's many slashes as he tries to hit her before she touches the ground. Problem, Ragna?
  • Bang's Arcade commentary against Noel. You'd think he'd learn by now, but his reaction to her reaction is worth it.
    Miss Noel... No matter how... "sexy" you try to appear, that bosom- U-Uh, perhaps we can continue this conversation after you lower your gun...?
    • And then there's her response.
      Mister Bang, do you know the saying "Confine your tongue, lest it confine you?"
    • And if she beats him as Mu-12, we get this line/
      Mu: A woman doesn't need breasts to have sex appeal!
  • Amane's Astral Finish on Hakumen. "Pakumen" is funny enough, but the way he floats there for a second and then looks into the camera as if to say WTF is hilarious.
    Pakumen: Zea?!
    • The entire cast is voiced for this Astral in the console version. Some are "What just happened?" or the like, but some of the rest fall here. These are all real!
      Ragna: What the hell is THIS?!
      Jin: Boring.
      Taokaka: Meow~!
      Nu: Ragna~! <3
      Makoto: Woohoo!
      Azrael: Where's my food?
      Izayoi!Tsubaki: Return me to normal!
      Relius: This body!'s not that bad.
      Toddler!Terumi: Kihihihihi!
      Kagura: Damn, I look sexy!
      Kokonoe: Size hardly matters... Mew~
  • Kokonoe is now playable, and one of her distortions in Overdrive? Summoning Golden Tager X.
    • Even funnier is how its maximum damage cap exceeds 12,000 damage, guaranteeing a kill if landed, and that Barrier Guarding it drains close to the entire Barrier gauge. Real Soviet Damage indeed!
    • It gets better, Azrael has a stance that makes him able to No-Sell GOLDEN TAGER X!!!
  • Kagura's intro against most of the female cast has him scanning the female character's figure like a robot. The female character's question mark bubble after that makes the deal.
    • He even does this to Nirvana!
      "Is this... legal?"
    • There's also the obvious results when he tries this with Amane Nishiki.
      "Not another dude..."
    • He actually does this to Platinum. Fortunately, he quickly backpedals his trail of thought. At first.
      "This isn't good."
    • He doesn't even try to scan Makoto but rather straight up tries to grope her, only to get beaten back for the obvious reasons.
  • Taokaka suspects that Ragna is hiding food from her, resulting in this gem:
    Ragna: What the hell did you lick me for?
  • From the time Noel, Makoto and Tager are in jail to where they meet Kagura for the first time is a total Funny Moment. It pretty much establishes Kagura's character perfectly. Not only does Kagura directly imply that he and Makoto were once lovers, but Noel attempts to write a poem about it, which causes Makoto to freak out even more.
    • How about the scene that occurs before we even meet him?
      Woman: Idiot! Moron! Trash! Perv! You're inhuman! Just die already! But I love you...! *sob*
      Noel: What the heck was that?
      Makoto, Tager, NOL Guard: *sigh*
    • Hell, ANYTIME that Kagura does with the exception of him on duty is up for giggles especially his lechery attitude. Namely when he interacts with Makoto.
    • Then again, any time Makoto catches Kagura's descent into lechery is comedy gold. The first time Noel meets him, he makes several attempts to hit on them both, with Kagura even calling Makoto "Lover Number 3", to which she punches him in rage. He gets another serving of squirrel power when, after Noel gets her new duds (see below) he tries using a fragment of her own poem to hit on her. And he's STILL trying to flirt without regrets.
      Kagura: I was eating and drinking and dancing. Man, that was fun.
      Makoto: And what about us?
      Kagura: Completely forgot. My bad.
      Makoto: *tosses NOL poncho* You're dead!! *punch*
  • Noel asks Tager about what Kokonoe is like (since Makoto mentions he knows better). So Tager tells her by giving her his 'frank opinion' of Kokonoe, talking bad about her bossy, rude and foul-mouthed behavior. He even mentions that she 'constantly want to upgrade people like Tager', which causes Noel to freak out about it. When Noel meets Kokonoe for the first time, she freaks out, begging her not to upgrade her. Kokonoe is confused, and Noel says that Tager told her. The professor is, unsurprisingly, not amused.
    Kokonoe: Noel, just come with me.
    Noel: You won't...upgrade me?
    Kokonoe: Stop wasting time. Or I'll upgrade you for real!
    Noel: I'm sorry! Let's go! *both leave*
    Tager: Oh..Whew...
    Kokonoe: *comes back in* As for you, Tager...We're going to discuss my "frank opinions" later. *exits again*
    Tager: I'm doomed.
    • Makoto has the Cat Smile / Puppy-Dog Eyes combo after Kokonoe asks Tager to explain himself, trying not to laugh at his imminent misfortune, and that face is stuck on her until Noel returns with her new duds.
    • It becomes a brick joke later.
      Kokonoe: Come on, Tager. And yes, we'll have plenty of time to discuss my "frank opinions".
      Tager: Roger that. Please... be gentle.
  • In Chapter 9, Kagura saves Makoto from a possessed Tsubaki and escorts her back to HQ. The conversation along the way gets as perverted as you'd expect from him, and he gets no less than three acorn kicks in the process. The bondage joke is the clincher.
    Makoto: (with arms currently bound by rope) By the way, Kagura...would you please untie me already?
    Kagura: Why? You look great like that. (cue Makoto kicking Kagura right there) Still...worth it... *collapses*
  • In Chapter 10 of the main route, Ragna agrees to help with Kagura's coup in exchange for Kushinada's Lynchpin. However, Ragna questions how he's going to use the bathroom due to having his right arm and eye paralyzed, Celica then offers to help, which just shocks everyone and prompts Kagura to punch Ragna in the face, under the pretense that his hand "slipped"...then Jin walks in.
    • After Jin ignores Ragna for a good five minutes to go over his and Kagura's plan to bring Tsubaki back to their side, the scene then Smash Cuts to a CG of Jin slamming his forehead into Ragna's, and they go about their usual routine of trash talking. Kagura tries to intervene, but they just tell him off. And then Noel enters and Ragna & Jin decide to settle their fight outside. Kagura tries to ask to take Noel on a date...but she completely misses the point and asks if Makoto can come too, much to Kagura's disappointment.
  • After Ragna & Jin have their obligatory fight, in which Ragna loses...badly, Jin then decides to be a good sport, and gloat about it and mock Ragna for fighting handicapped in the first place. Celica then Inazuma Kicks him and breaks it up. She then scolds the two for fighting in the first place. It pretty much plays out like a mother scolding her children for roughhousing. Which is exactly what it is; Celica is the nun that took care of Ragna, Jin and their sister Saya when they were children.
  • The conversation during dinner time where Ragna, Jin, Noel, Makoto, Celica, and Kokonoe are at one table with Kagura and Hibiki. Jin gets pissed and breaks his chopsticks due to seeing Celica trying to spoon-feed Ragna and being called "Jinny" by Kagura. And all the while, Hibiki looks on with a blank expression throughout the entire thing.
    • Not only that, Taokaka appears out of nowhere eating at the table while Rachel 'coincidentally' appears while complimenting Hibiki's dish.
  • Teach Me More, Ms. Litchi! offers this exchange:
    Taokaka: Sorry, I want to learn about your Molester Academeow (chikan gakkou)!
    Ragna: Who would even go to Molester Academy?
    Litchi: Tao! It's the military academy (shikan gakkou)!
    • She might not be that far off considering that Jin and Kagura went to school there...
  • Chronophantasma is Ragna's first time really interacting with Makoto and they get a pre-match interaction as a result. You can probably guess what it involves.
    Ragna: Whoa.
    • And if Ragna wins?
    • And if Makoto wins?
      Makoto: Hey! Eyes!! Up here!!!
  • The Gag Reels are back in Chronophantasma, and they're as hilarious as ever. Video links included for your viewing pleasure.
    • Jin's Return to the Isle of Rankings.
    • The Ultimate Tests of Manliness.
      • This gag reel mixes Call-Back with hilarity on multiple fronts. For instance, Jin's distaste for meat dishes eliminates him in round 4, while in round 3 (the Kaka ticklefest), Hazama's cat allergies catch up to him again. In a reference to BlueRadio, Luna asks if Azrael and Jin are gay.
      • The end? Ragna, Bang, Amane and Azrael are forced to survive being eaten by Arakune. After squirming inside for quite a while, they suddenly go silent. Three guesses as to how that ended for them. With their participants gone, Makoto, Luna and Kokonoe are forced to crown Arakune the victor. He takes it well.
    • FIGHT!! Golden Tager vs. Mechakaka Prototype and Black Golden Tager.
    • The Return of the Spectacles of Eros.
    • Magical Landlady Platinum.
      • When Luna and Trinity get to Relius' room, Trinity states that she must seal his room for eternity because he's... a pervert!
        Trinity: It's a pervert! There's no doubt, a perv lives here! A middle-aged man in white tights, a cape, and a mask saying things like "Intriguing" over and over again...
      • The way Trinity evicts Bang, Noel, and Carl is utterly hilarious:
        Trinity: Magical Girl Trinity.... speciaaaaaal Ring-and-Dash/ding-dong-ditch/!*POW*
        Noel: EHHHHHHHH?!
        Carl: UWAAAAAAAH!
        Bang: D'GUAH!
    • Father of the Year.
      • The school interactions are clearly the highlight. Carl falls asleep in class, Rachel tries to skip class for tea with daddy Valkenhayn, Ragna and Jin break out into a fight (legit brotherly rivalry here, not the usual psycho Jin) with mommy Celica trying to stop it, Luna butting into the fight with daddy Bang cheering her on, and Makoto's daddy Kagura hitting on Celica. Poor Ms. Yayoi is clearly overwhelmed, and only Makoto tries to be a good student.
      • When Carl asks if Relius can lie on Tsubaki's lap so he can get a feel of what pillow Carl needs, Tsubaki reluctantly accepts, but Relius screws up. Her reaction is exactly what you'd expect. Afterwards, Relius promptly tells Carl not to tell Ignis.
      • The best part is where Hazama is Relius family's servant in that parallel dimension. At the end of the gag reel, Hazama was left behind when Relius returns to his own world.
    • Litchi's Next Cosplay Victim.
      • No it's not Makoto. Litchi's next target was Bullet. Let's just say you'll definitely laugh silly on this.
    • Happy Birthday, Makoto!
      • It's not actually her birthday, but Kokonoe says to her that any day can be a birthday if you're feeling festive enough, and gives her some presents. One present box contains sweet-smelling candy that ends up attracting Valkenhayn and (naturally) Tao... Turns out that "candy" was more-or-less a drug that "awakens the inner beast in beastkin". Hilarity Ensues.
      • Valkenhayn's personality doing a complete 180 and turning into a drooling play-happy pooch. Cue Kokonoe throwing a frisbee with rocket boosters and Valkenhayn dashing off to fetch it (exiting the reel in the process) and THEN Koko reveals the frisbee will explode after 5 seconds of being caught.
      • During the gag reel, Tao manages to pull Makoto's tail clean off. While the absurdity of the gag reel makes it funny in a rather morbid manner, what makes the whole thing even funnier is that in real life, squirrel tails can actually detach to allow them to escape predators, meaning Arc System Works did not make that up for the sake of a joke!
      • Then after her tail gets removed, realizing it can't be reattached, they hold a funeral for it... then Kokonoe reveals she CAN reattach her tail, Makoto was not pleased for the late info. Then things get really freaking weird. The tail comes to life and starts walking and talking on its own with a face and limbs and everything... yea, the gag reels are like that.
  • In Noel's Arcade mode, Amane calls her the most convincing crossdresser he's ever seen, and says that she'd be great at playing the roles of women on stage (Lady Looks Like a Dude That Looks Like A Lady?). Noel is so offended that she goes into Prime Field Device mode and proceeds to beat an apology out of him.
    Noel: ...Target deemed hostile. Commencing termination.
    • And after the battle?
      Amane: My apologies! You were a girl all along!
      Noel: As long as you understand.
    • As this video shows, Noel's arcade mode can be a riot if she's pitted against the following four characters: Bang, Amane, Platinum, and Tao. All of whom, in one form or another, intentionally or unintentionally, proceed to Troll her about her breast size.
    • And if Noel, as Mu-12, defeats Tao in her arcade mode, we get this gem of a line.
      Mu: Miss Taokaka, it's not the breasts that define the woman!
  • Celica's inability to go anywhere without getting lost is a gag that is constantly acknowledged by the cast. However, special mention goes to the fact that even HAKUMEN felt that he needed to accompany her since he felt that she was likely to "starve in an alley" if left alone.
    • And then Celica tries to start a conversation talking about various things, and Hakumen just sighs exasperated at her energy. It's just hilarious to see someone like Hakumen playing babysitter.
      • Made even funnier if you recall that Hakumen is Jin Kisaragi. Said badass has to keep his foster mother from getting lost!
      • And when Jubei arrives to take Celica off his hands, it's one of the very few moments when Hakumen sounds genuinely relieved.
  • The entirety of chapter 5 with Bloodedge, Celica, Trinity, and Nine. To elaborate, Nine and Trinity find Bloodedge and Celica in the woods. Nine, thinking that Bloodedge is trying to make a move on Celica and being the protective big sis she is, promptly attempts to roast Bloodedge alive. Celica attempts to reason with her, leading to this hilarious exchange between her, Nine, and Bloodedge. One has to wonder what would happen if she ever met Kagura after seeing that scene.
    Celica: Stop this! Ragna's not a bad guy!
    Nine: Celica, stay out of this. Knowing you, he probably bought you a nice dinner, so you're assuming he's a good person. But can you trust him?
    Celica: That's not true! Ragna really is a nice person!
    Nine: Anyone's a nice person to you. Hmph, I expected you to be searching for that man... And here I find you wasting time, tricked by some hooligan. Listen, Celica. I'm going to explain this to you one more time. Any man who acts nicely around a cute an innocent little girl like you probably has one thing on their mind. And this pathetic excuse for a man is no exception. It would be best for society if I just took him out of the gene pool right now.
    Bloodedge: You can't just say whatever the hell you want about me! Keep that up and I'll make you pay for it!
    Nine: A punk like you would have problems with the truth!
    Celica: Ragna...
    Nine: Spoken like you actually understand.
    Bloodedge: Huh?
    Nine: (Gets in his face) Who... The hell... Asked... For your... Opinion?! (Proceeds to kick Bloodedge several times, presumably in the stones) Stop talking to Celica like she's your friend, you passerby, low-life tail-chaser! And get your dirty hands off of her, you hear me?!
  • In his arcade mode, Terumi talking shit to himself, of all people. It's still pretty hilarious despite the fact that said clone of Terumi was made by Trinity solely to piss the original off.
    Terumi (2): If you got time to blab, you got time to fight. If you're scared though, I don't blame you. Just run along home.
  • In Chapter 7 of Sector Seven route, Azrael and Nu are left behind after Kagura, Litchi and Tager teleport away. Since Nu has no interest in Azrael, and Azrael cannot attack Nu even if he wanted to, both of them stand awkwardly still in utter silence. Cue Hazama busting in to break the tension.
    Hazama: Um, am I interrupting a marriage proposal here?
  • In Tutorial Mode:
    • Noel is the instructor, conducting the beginner exercises in movement, as well as telling to herself she's the instructor, and that she must not mess it up. It's so Adorkable that you want to hug her, and tell her "You're a great instructor, you're doing a great job".
    • Suddenly, Makoto takes in, and tells Noel that she'll continue with the Tutorial mode; At first, Noel doubts because she felt she was doing a good job as instructor, but leaves Makoto in charge anyway.
    • After Makoto teaches you about the normal buttons, throws and taunts, at her own particular way, Tsubaki takes in, and says Makoto that she'll be in charge from now on, because apparently Makoto can't be serious about being instructor. Makoto is certainly not happy about it.
    • Tsubaki then explains some basic rules, and about the info that appears on screen, as well as the differents options presents in the game. After that, she notices Noel watching behind her, who then pleads her to let her conduct the Tutorial Mode. When Tsubaki complies, Noel is very excited to be the instructor once again. Both funny and Heartwarming.
    • In general, several characters are apparently, discussing about who should conduct the Tutorial Mode: Bang, for example, is the instructor for the Intermediate exercises, and, although he does a good job teaching about special moves and distortion drives (While suggesting that it helps to be Calling Your Attacks), he prefers to leave the rest of the job to his "pupils", who actually do a better job than their "master". Bang is so surprised that he actually prefers to step aside.
    • The first "pupil is Taokaka of all people! In a curious Out-of-Character Moment, she actually teaches you about combos, and the Revolver Action system. Words do not make any justice. Must be seen to be believed.
    • The next "pupil" is Carl, who doesn't recall accepting to be a pupil for Bang, but decides to run with it anyway. He taches you about cancelling, and meachanics used by the Heat Gauge, like Crush Trigger, and Counter Assault.
    • Platinum also takes a turn to conduct the tutorial, however, Luna is upset that Sena is the one talking the most. So, when Sena gives the word to Luna, she teaches you about counter hits, and then gives the word back to Sena, who teaches you about Fatal Counters, Throw Counters, and Throw Reject Miss. And apparently, Luna conducts the Tutorial because Bang promised to buy her food. priceless

    BlazBlue: Chronophantasma Extend 
  • The opening cutscene for Kagura's story has Hibiki heading to his office, only to notice a woman running off:
    Woman: You worthless cheating bastard! I hope you die! Why do I love you?! *sob*
    • When Kagura offers Hibiki a nice long vacation, he refuses, with this reasoning:
      Hibiki: I'm afraid I must respectfully decline. If I'm gone, the smell of alcohol will remain indefinitely.
    • And then there's this gem near the end of the story:
      Kagura: You know, I've been meaning to ask you: you do realize I'm your boss, right?
      Hibiki: (while smiling) Of course. And you manage me just as effectively as you do your drinking, relationships and personal hygiene.
      Kagura: Damn. I get rid of one pain in the ass just to come back to this one...
  • BBCPX's beach scenario is every bit as hilarious as the gag reels.
  • The BlazBlue Gaiden Remix Heart. There are some funny notable mentions here.
    • The Case of the Difficult Duty:
      • Mai realized that she has to cook for the students with Kajun in a few days time as they're next on cafeteria duties.
      • Any scene that involves Noel giving food to Mai in which some of her friends compliment and insult her cooking at the same time. Even Makoto gets knockout the moment she taste her food. And yes... Mai STILL loves it.
      • Mai and Kajun were glad everyone loves their food UNTIL everyone who taste the croquettes made by Noel (Who decides to cook it despite her not being on cooking duty). This is what Kajun best describes the situation.
        Kajun: I can't believe you turned this picturesque dinner into a page from Dante with a single dish.
  • The Extend Gag Reel are back again and this time they're even more funnier than ever.
    • Terumi, Let's start a band:
      • Terumi quits the Imper Fidelis after being a drummer for 10 years and the vocal being Ignis, who can't talk, intending to start his own band. Soon, the rest of the Imper Fidelis Band intends to bring him back. Relius on the other hand gives a speech that no one can play drums better than he is... until Relius proposes this line.
        Relius: Please... Will you marry me?
        Ragna: WHAT IN THE HELL?!
      • Ragna and Ignis don't take this well (Especially Ignis, who starts shaking violently). The best part is... he accepts. Because the whole thing was a set-up from the start.
      • Terumi did an abridged singing and dance video of Platinum the Trinity's theme music and intend to upload 86 other videos if he didn't get a text by a producer from Certain Records. Unfortunately, that producer turns out to be the Imperator, who is the same producer for the Imper Fidelis who starts to comment on how she plays him like a string. Of course, Terumi doesn't take it well.
      • And of course, there's the fact that Terumi and Ragna are talking to each other like friends! (Sort of.)
        Terumi: *while explaining how he left the band* Hey! C'mon You listening to me? Earth to Ragna! Ground Control to Major Asshole! Pay attention!
        Ragna: *wearing the biggest "I could not give a shit" face ever* Huh? O-Oh, yeah, yeah, keep going. I'm paying attention. Totally paying attention.
        Terumi: If you had to say it twice you're probably lying. Whatever man, I get it. I do that too.
      • The fact that Phantom's role in the band is being the mic is hilarious by itself. And manager Tsubaki actually praises her for this job.
    • The Legendary Blue Silvervine:
      • Kokonoe asks Litchi, Roy and Tager to find her a Silvervine Candy in three days or she'll die. Of course, they have no choice but to find it based on the map Kokonoe gives them. Roy asks why he's doing it in the first place.
      • Teenage Ragna appears as a bodyguard and doesn't allow them to trespass. But Litchi comes up with an idea: lying to him that they are really ghosts in disguise. And she tries to prove this by... removing Tager's legs.
        Roy: (After knowing that Litchi borrowed Kokonoe's remote to remove Tager's legs) I'm having a really hard time imagining what hypothetical situation convinced you to do that...
      • When they reach the hot springs, they find silvervines, which are protected by Jubei and kid Taokaka. Until Tager falls into the pond, where Trinity comes up (based on the 'The Honest Woodsman Story) and gives them a Silver and Golden Tager for being honest. Taokaka decides to try this out and ditch Jubei in the pond, but fails to get him back for only selecting the gold. After that,Roy comments that he expected Trinity to be an old, wrinkly and evil-looking witch, and even adds that she may have used magic to make her look younger. Of course Trinity is not too happy with his comment, and shoots him into the water, turning him into Arakune.
        Roy: Aren't witches supposed to be like, old and wrinkly and... evil-looking? She seemed pretty young. Or maybe she's just one of those witches who look way, way younger than they actually are.
        Trinity: (appears out of the water; pissed) SHINING LAYERED FORCE!!
      • Of course they manage to find the silvervine and give it to Kokonoe (despite Taokaka eating all of them). The funny part is... it is stuck inside Arakune's gooey body. And Kokonoe doesn't seem to notice Roy being Arakune and the Golden Tager. Poor Tager.
    • Celica's First Errand:
      • In order for her to walk on her own, Ragna and Makoto set a plan for Celica to deliver an Ennohelle Crab that Rachel sent to north of the place on the map (which actually leads to her place). Considering Celica's No Sense of Direction... well, you can pretty much tell this is really going to be hilarious.
      • Upon finding herself on the beach, Ragna sends Jin (disguised as a fox) to re-direct her. Unfortunately, the moment he calls him...
        Ragna: Ev-re-thing is rea-dy.
        Jin: My bro-ther is sex-y?
        Ragna: Make. Her. Go. North
        Jin: Make you go nuts...? OF COURSE, BROTHER! I THOUGHT YOU'D NEVER ASK!
      • Luckily, Makoto has a backup plan due to Jin's behavior. She has Bang (as a boatman) lead him to the Brotherly Paradise, which Jin willingly intends to go to. Boy, does he really have an obsession with that island.
      • And when Jin finds out that tourists have been visiting the island, he decides to buy the entire island. And the surrounding waters, just to be safe.
      • Put it this way: the majority of the cast couldn't believe Celica's inhuman No Sense of Direction even when she has a map!
        Jin: (after seeing her destroying her locator that Ragna and Makoto planted and her ending up on the beach) H-How can she do this? She's circumventing every fail-safe we've put in place... I think we may have finally met out match, Brother.
        Makoto: (Regarding Celica intending to go to the Brotherly Paradise after looking at her map) Amazing... How could she study the map so closely and then go in the exact opposite direction?
        Ragna: She's beyond human understanding!
      • And there's the scene where Taokaka makes crepes, with a little twist...
        Taokaka: To top it all off... YOU PUNCH IT REAL HARD!! *POW*
        Ragna: WHAT THE HELL WAS THAT?! Where did the crepe go?!
        Celica: Noooo! Not my crepe! Come back! *runs really fast*
      • The same thing happens with Makoto...
        Makoto: NOOOOOOOOOO!! *runs off*
      • Finally, we have the very end of the reel, where poor Ragna is still trying to find her, even though she stayed with Rachel.
        Ragna: Is this what it's like to be a parent?! It sucks!
    • The Blue Eyes - Phantom Thief:
      • Cristina Vee at her finest as she plays all three characters that she voices as (Noel, Lambda and Nu) and hearing her say 'Bada-boom Bada-bing Ceremony' is pretty hilarious.
      • The Blue Eyes has recently stole Captain Bullet's hot pants... again, in order to start the Bada-boom Bada-bing Ceremony to have better ass than Bullet. But they decide to recruit Ragna and Platinum, who are the cops trying to catch her, in their team.
      • The BlazBlue ChronoPhantasama Extend Logo at Bullet's pants area. That is all.
      • As the skit ends, Ragna gets chloroformed again, and the girls (now including Luna) go riding off into the night, chanting in order...
        Nu, then Mu, then Lambda: Perfect ass! Perfect ass!
    • The Clover Residence: Part Deux:
      • Relius returns to the world where Carl and Relius lives as a family to pick up Hazama, whom he forgot to bring back in the last gag reel, only to stay for one more day by Hazama's request. But the funny part the following day, Ignis beat Relius. It's amusing to see Ignis beating Relius up.
      • As Ignis and Minerva start arguing (with no actual voices, of course), Ada apparently suggests doing something for their fight. We don't know what she says, but Carl's reaction takes the cake.
        Carl: How could you even think of doing something so terrifying?! Oh no, what's happening?!
      • And then Kokonoe walks in, and the whole conflict is revealed to be an error in Minerva's memory. Once both of them and Celica leave, Ignis' and Ada's reactions can basically be described as "Okaaay...."
  • Amane-dition
    • Amane tries recruiting some men for his troupe. One of them happens to be Bang. Amane's reaction to him is what sells it. Even Taokaka gets suspicious.
      Taokaka: Scruffy man, are you sure you're 15?
    • Then there's Amane's increasing annoyance and frustration with him, ending in:
      Amane: I'm sorry, you FAIL! *blows Bang up*
    • Tao claims that, in an emergency, she can deatch her boobs.
    Tao: You just press down and turn to the right and they come right off, meow!
    • Sena walks in, impressing Amane enough to recruit him on the spot. Except Sena only walked in because he wanted sweets, which Tao happily advertised on the flyers. Amane decides to get them some food, that is until Luna shows up. Amane discovers that there are TWO females inside Platinum (Luna and Trinity), and promptly cancels his recruitment of Sena. Sena tries to reason with him with this line:
      Sena: Then, I'll make sure Luna never ever sees the light of day ever again!
      Luna: Whoa, Sena, that's some scary stuff you're saying there, and it doesn't make any SENSE!
    • Amane states that once his mind has been made, it cannot be unmade. And then Carl walks in...
      Carl: Um... I heard you can find sweets around here somewhere? Do you know anything about that?
      Amane: YOU PASS!!!
      • Once Carl's recruited, Amane immediately kicks Tao out, promising to give her tickets to his next show.
    • When all is said and done, Tao and Platinum decide to do what they do best: getting free meals out of Ragna.
  • The retelling of Calamity Trigger and Continuum Shift has some moments that make you ask "Why, funny bone?"
    • Rachel's... choice of language accompanying her mounting frustrations regarding the setup of the TV and the group's early appearance.
    "And Gii, where in the bloody hell is my tea?!"

    BlazBlue: Central Fiction 
  • One of the early Story Mode cutscenes is a flashback to Ragna's childhood, where he, Jin and Saya are following The Sister to pick raspberries to make jam. It turns out that even as an adult, Celica still has No Sense of Direction.
  • In a weird mix of Funny and Heartwarming, when The Sister finally gets the kids to the raspberries they had been looking for, Ragna refuses to eat them, still trying to act like the serious protector to his siblings. The Sister simply stuffs a bunch of them in Ragna's mouth. He likes them.
  • In one of the Acts of Bullet's Arcade Mode, she runs into Tsubaki, who tells her that the area is under martial law and that she cannot be allowed to walk around as she pleases, especially since she keeps stirring up unrest by grabbing random people by the collar to ask them for information. They battle, and after Bullet wins, she grabs Tsubaki by the collar and asks for information...
  • During Act III, Azrael decides to team up with Arakune. The idea of this Devouring Duo rampaging through the streets would be horrifying... if it weren't for Azrael unceremoniously kicking Arakune out of the picture whenever they come across someone, to prevent him from eating them before Azrael has had his fun and intel.
  • There is an Easter Egg that can occur when you pit Hibiki against Kagura. Normally, Hibiki's Senba special has him throw knives downward; if (and only if) he's facing Kagura, however, Hibiki throws paperwork instead.
  • There's something hilarious about the way that Relius exits the series: After plaguing the cast/the world across four games and multiple timelines, Relius walks in, tells Hazama he's 'leaving' like he's clocking out of work, and casually strolls into the Cauldron. And that's that.
  • Whether it is because she's been dropped down a peg or two due to losing her powers as an Observer or just because she is more openly caring, Rachel is a whole lot nicer in this game. And the other characters can't help but be disturbed about it to her annoyance.
  • Keeping up with previous games, in response to Gii's question about her sad demeanor while watching Ragna, she says her feelings are along the lines of pity. Which would normally be in-character for her, were it not for her repeatedly stating that it is nothing more than that, and threatening Gii if he thinks it is.
  • So after Noel merges with Mu and recovers a significant portion of her power, her and Ragna become far more closer and actively refer to each other as brother and sister. So Kagura decides to do the smartest thing ever and flirt with Noel as usual in front of Ragna, and even jokingly calls him "Onii-sama." Ragna reacts exactly as you'd expect and punches Kagura with full force across the room.
  • A bit more serious than most, but it is still hilarious to see Ragna's reaction to Amane asking him to join his troupe.
  • Ragna and Noel finally defeated Izanami for good, and averted doomsday saving the world... right? Kokonoe contacts them with bad news that doomsday is still in effect and several characters victim to it before abruptly cutting off. Ragna and Noel think that she's bit the dust and steeled themselves for the Final Battle only for Kokonoe to cut back in and tell them to talk to her later as she's busy. Ragna is understandably annoyed.
  • Matching up Mai against Mu will open with them both squirming awkwardly trying to cover themselves up. What makes it especially funny considering is that they don't really have anything to be shy about between them seeing as they've already seen one another naked multiple times during their academy days.
  • During Episode 11, Makoto and Naoto end up plummeting towards the Embryo. Naoto's clearly not used to this, as he begins to panic on the way down, screaming the whole time.
    Makoto: Move, move, moooove!!
    Naoto: Aaaah! This is scary! Seriously scary!! Whoaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!
    Tager: W-w-wha!?

    Makoto: Thanks a loooooot!
    Naoto: Help meeeeeeeeeee!
  • With this being the Grand Finale it is only natural that the gag reels go out with a bang.
    • The return of the evil Boing Queen. Except it's not Litchi this time, but Nine, whose motive is to commit mass genocide on all men by turning up their love for huge boobs to ridiculous levels. It's clearly shown on Sena, who starts rambling about how big boobs are great, prompting Luna to scream at Trinity to smash him (and her at the same time).
    • Jin learns to his horror that Ragna sold the deed to the Brotherly Island to Izanami (because he wants an island full of women), leading to a contest between them over ownership of the island. The contents of the duel? Their personal Ragna rankings, making it basically a contest of who is the bigger bro-con, or in their terms, a Ragnerd. Jin starts off with a picture of Ragna getting his arm cut off, and a picture of him sleeping. But then Izanami promptly one-ups him by... showing a picture of Ragna's neckline (when he's about to activate the BlazBlue to boot). AND dimples he didn't even know he had, dubbed RAGIMPLES. It'd be really creepy if it weren't for how utterly absurd the whole thing is, not to mention poor Kagura's reaction at having to announce her rankings with an over the top howl. It eventually ends with Izanami victorious... but Ragna self-destructs out of nowhere, and the Island straight up melts into lava because it couldn't handle their obsession with their brother. Kagura and Izanami promptly escape on a chopper as Jin chooses to stay behind, smiling, and ending with him sinking down Terminator style.
      • Ragna's utter annoyance at Jin when he says he likes women only:
        Ragna: Just to set the record straight... I. Like. WOMEN!
        Jin: I'll wake you up from this nightmare, Brother... You're not thinking straight.
        Ragna: YOU'RE THE ONE not thinking straight!
    • Naoto wakes up in an odd world, with Raquel (in Rachel's body) bantering with him. Though he notices an oddity when, during the conversation, a heart symbol appears above her head. Raquel then informs him it is her heart gauge, and essentially informs him that he is stuck in a dating sim. The only way for him to escape this world is to seduce one of the girls. Hilarity Ensues. It starts with Litchi being the typical Cute Clumsy Girl (something Naoto finds not right), then (somehow) 2 Rachels at once, and then Celica. He actually feels he can move on with Celica, until he meets her "father"... Ragna. And while he's fighting Ragna, Celica states that she already loved someone else, which leaves him downtrodden, so much that Ragna pities him. It ends with Naoto getting a "Reset Button" from Ragna and pressing it, causing a massive explosion and bringing him back to square one.
    • Good god, the Spectacles of Eros Finale. Ragna once again has the glasses forced on him. This time, he is the prize in a deathmatch hosted by Kagura and Irresistible!Arakune.
      • The first contestants, Ignis, Nirvana and Minerva, are soon dispatched by Es, who approaches Ragna while saying "Let's die together." Then she is knocked out of the venue by the three Murakumo Yandere Sisters, who speak the same lines in different tones of voice, one after another (must be funny for Kanako Kondo). Enter Taokaka, of all people, who neko-punches the sisters into the stratosphere.
      • The final is a cooking battle that goes about as well as you'd expect with Noel on the premises. Tao spills her food all over Ragna. Bullet kills a giant bird for its skin before getting eaten alive by said bird's parent. Nine, Trinity, and Kokonoe engage in spoon combat when trying to spoon-feed Ragna. Worst of all, it turns out that Izanami is just as horrible a chef as Noel, as her cooking wipes out Litchi, Makoto and Tsubaki. Mai is too busy scarfing down food to care about Ragna and ends up eating the food that Noel and Izanami made, causing them all to be disqualified.
      • The match concludes with Rachel stating that the contest was for her to see who had the strongest feelings for Ragna, and Celica proclaiming that the contest was unnecessary; since obviously she is the one who loves Ragna the most, and that's why she didn't react to the specacles. This doesn't sit well with Rachel at all Because she wasn't affected either.
      • After Rachel has made Ragna don the Spectacles, Valkenhayn explains that what rests on "the Ridiculousa Idiotballe Ragna's face" are the Spectacles of Eros Final. In Swedish, "idiotballe" roughly means "idiot dick", an epithet which is of course highly out of character for Valkenhayn, but actually not too far from the original meaning.
  • There's actually something funny during the rather bittersweet ending: When Tsubaki and Makoto visited Noel's orphanage, Noel tells them that Lambda does the cooking and she claims that actually her cooking has gotten better and invites the two to try it anyway. And in a deadpan tone, Lambda clarifies that... absolutely not. Noel must NOT be allowed to cook. Much to Noel's annoyance.
    Lambda: ...No. Noel... never.
  • Another highlight of the final cutscene is Naoto's fate. He does go back to his world, but does it in hilarious fashion; he falls out from the sky and lands in a pile of wood boards and rocks, with Raquel walking over to him to help him up.
  • MUST DIE, the theme of Susanoo. All of it. It's an epic, evil-sounding metal tune...with cheesy Engrish lyrics sung in the style of a gut-bustingly hilarious fusion of kabuki theater singing and death metal growling. It has to be heard to be believed.
  • Matching up Hibiki against Kagura has him finding his master as he is walking away from a woman he had invited to his room. Kagura tries to talk his way out, but Hibiki has none of his master's excuses and proceeds to enact disciplinary measures via a battle. Should Hibiki win, he proceeds to give his master a lecture that ends up taking so long the victory screen cuts him off. And from the sound of Hibiki's tone, this isn't the first time he's had to do this. Although this all becomes less funny when you remember about Hibiki's true nature and how he secretly wants to kill Kagura.
  • For a very dark example, Relius's astral animation versus Jubei. While most combatants are locked into nightmarish looking restraints, Jubei has a cone-shaped collar around his neck, the very same kind used by veterinarians when neutering male cats. So it's quite horrifying to think ''what'' Relius aims to do, but seeing Jubei wearing what's called a "cone of shame" is quite amusing.
    • Something similar can be found in his wife Nine's animation for the same finish where she is lounging in a boiling cauldron of what appears to be blood, with her clothes on a nearby hanger. One almost thinks Relius might have something else in mind for her.
  • When choosing an icon for online play, one of the usual categories of icons you can choose is an accessory of a playable character (like Amane's hairpin or Noel's NOL beret). What do they choose for Susano'o? His tail!
  • Similar to what happened in Chronophantasma, in the Tutorial Mode we have "shenanigans", as several characters take turns to teach the new players how to play the game:
    • Hibiki is the instructor for the Beginner exercises, and, in the middle of the very first lesson, Kagura sneaks in as well, supposedly to supervise his work as instructor. Hibiki is visibly not amused.
    • The two of them take turns to teach you about movement (Walking, jumping, dashing, etc), the normal buttons and special moves. Despite Kagura claiming that he's supervising Hibiki, the latter actually is bossier to the former, much to Kagura's annoyance.
    • At the end of the last lesson, Kagura congratulates Hibiki on his performance, and Hibiki declares that having Kagura by his side was very reassuring, because Kagura had a lot of paperwork to do that they have to deliver in three days, and Hibiki was counting on Kagura being up tp the task. Kagura initially laughs nervously as if trying to sneak out of it somehow, but Hibiki's False Reassurance finally freaks him out, and goes back to the paperwork.
    • Makoto and Tsubaki are the instructors for the intermediate lessons, and just like the last time, Makoto conducts the lessons in a very passionate, although a little rough, fashion, much to Tsubaki's annoyance, who prefers to conduct the lessons with more techincal terms, which Makoto finds distracting for new players.
    • As expected from Makoto, she keeps forgetting vital pieces of info, such as when she wanted to introduce you to the new systems the Overdrive gauge uses (Exceed Accel and Active Flow). Good thing that Tsubaki is there to lend her a hand conducting the lessons.
    • At the end of the lesson on the new Overdrive systems, Noel and Mai take in. Tsubaki detects a very suspicious scent... turns out that Noel has baked cookies, and was offering them to Tsubaki and Makoto; this is enough to freak the two of them out, and making them running for their lives. Must be seen (or in this case, read) to be believed. Curious enough, Mai is actually enjoying them.
    • Mai and Noel then conducts the lessons on combos, special cancels, jump cancels and Astral Heats, however, Noel at some points forgets about some bits of information, but Mai lends her a hand on them, much to her relief. At the end of the Astral Heats lesson, Mai notices that Tsubaki and Makoto were watching them from a distance (Actually spying them). Tsubaki then tries to get out of this one by explaining they were just make sure they were following the curriculum properly. Noel then decides, now that the four of them are together in the same site, to offer them the baked cokies again. Mai enjoys them, but Makoto and Tsubakii scream in fear, and very probably, ran for their lives once more. Priceless!
    • Azrael is once again the instructor for the Advanced lessons; his motives to teach you? To Nurture you so you become the ultimate pray for his pleasure. Such comment is pretty funny, although in its own dark way. In this occasion, he teaches you about some pricks on offense and defense.
    • Midway through the advanced lessons, in true Tutorial tradition, Rachel takes in, in her own words, to reclaim her title as "Queen of Instructors". Azrael insists that his pray... er, trainee, is his and no one else's. So how does Rachel trick him into handing over the job? She shows him that the GRIM REAPER himself is right there in front of them! Azrael finally snaps, and complies to leave the Instructing duty to Rachel to go for his prey. The funny part about this is that it's exactly how Rachel tricked Jin in Chronophantasma, by having Gii posing as Ragna (Even though there were two Ragnas, player and dummy, right there in the tutorial stage); she even comments that people near Ragna are usually very narrow-minded.
    • Rachel then conducts the tutorial towards the last lesson. And at the end of this one, Rachel compliments you for your progress, and it seems that the Tutorial is over, but then Rachel and you receive an unexpected visit... Nine The Phantom! Much to Rachel's surprise, Nine comments that she felt someone with potential to face Hades:Izanami, so she will introduce you, the player, to the Expert Lessons... Although the part is treated with fair seriousness, watching Rachel's reaction is pretty funny, it was clear that she (and the audience) was not expecting this.
    • So, Nine is the Instructor for the Expert lessons, and teaches you advanced techniques such as the Instant Barrier (A combination of Instant Block and Barrier Block), damage scaling and recovery time when taking damage in a combos. Suddenly, midway through the Tutorial, another unexpected visitor: It's Izanami herself!! Like Nine, she also sees potential in you... as a good soul to consume, and she plans to do it but then changes her mind and decides that she want you stronger, and will personally guide you through the rest of the Tutorial. Pretty funny, although in its own dark way.
    • At the end of the Tutorial, Izanami is pleased about your growth, so she says she will spare your soul for now, because she wants you stronger so consuming your soul will be worth the hard work. Yeah, it's fairly serious, but it's also pretty funny if you think about it, although she has her own motives, Izanami herself is guiding you and wanting you to be a stronger player, as if deliberately invoking Nice Job Fixing It, Villain.
  • There's basically the fact that, because of the "possibilities of the continuum shift" shtick, all of the Gag Reels above from all the games are canon.
  • The option to have characters be the narrator voices, specially on the select screen, since they will often call other charcters by nicknames or insults. It's a pity the game doesn't have translated voices.
    • Ragna calls Noel "Idiot Noel"
    • Jin calls Ragna "BROTHEEEEER" in his signature mad voice.
    • Arakune reffers to characters by their weapons instead of names and will turn into a mad rambling monster when seeing characters with important Nox Nyctores or the Azure Grimoire.
    • Carl names Amane... and then starts yelling "Hey, stop that!"
    • And, of course, Taokaka reffers to everyone by her nicknames. Including Boobie Lady.
  • Taokaka's new overdrive attack: Kaka Clan Hospitality. If it connects, a group of Kaka Kittens come and take the oponent away, and do something violent offscreen (presumably playing roughly) before tossing the oponent back into the ring. The idea of characters like Relius, Izanami or Susano'o getting defeated by a group of kittens is just hilariously ridiculous.

    Meta & player community 
  • During a live-drawing panel by Arc System Works artists in EVO 2019, with surprise appearance of Tekken's chief producer/director Katsuhiro Harada, he ends up complaining that even after he glosses over the BlazBlue lore six times over, he still can't understand the story.
  • Arc System Works Europe opened a site with a Continuum Shift II news countdown. In the source code of the site, there was a link which led to a page showing a YouTube video with a Hazama-styled Trollface and a flashing "NICE TRY" caption set to Eduard Khil's "I Am Glad, 'Cause I'm Finally Returning Back Home", a.k.a. the Trolololo Song. We shit you not.