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- Nicola Adel basically marches to his own tune. After Urias challenges him, he gets goaded to begin to unleash his true power... but then stops and leaves, because he's too hungry to continue.
- As Nicola Adel shows Luna around Isunia, a challenger shows up, trying to best him so that he can become a one-man guild too. Nicola, without missing a beat, punches the challenger so hard that he flies off into the distance. Nicola later reveals that this happens on a regular basis.
- As Nicola advises Luna to eat more so that she can grow taller, he promptly shoves a full sandwich to the girl's mouth, which led to him receiving a sermon from Marlone:Marlone: You can't just put things into other peoples' mouths!
Cards — Voice Acting
- Despite the general dramatic attitude for most of the game, some of the cards utter incredibly ridiculous lines and that cause some laughs and chuckles:
- Summon a Snowman, and you hear "Golly, it's chilly here!" In the past, if you summon multiple Snowmen at once, and it overlaps with itself, resulting in "Golly, it's— Golly, it's— Golly, it's— Golly, it's chilly here!"note It gets even funnier if the swarm of Snowmen end up being the cause of the opponent's demise.
- Underbrush Beast Girl's summon line is a very half-hearted "Like, uh... Roar!"
- Grimnir's Badass Boast when played is also a gem, especially in Japanese. If you manage to use him at Turn 10 (which activates his Enhance effect), his Badass Boast is so long that he talks through the entirety of his effect's animation.note Saa! Sono mune ni kizama ga yoi! Ware koso wa gunshin, odorikuru bofuun, Griiiiiiimuniiiiiirruuu!! Translation .
- This is later carried on to Granblue Fantasy as one of Grimnir's summon calls, as well as his introductory quest.
- Grimnir's interaction with an enemy Odin: "It is I, Grimnir, the-- Hey! Quit ignoring me!"
- Flame Rat is funny in general, but his line at the start of the player's turn who has him takes the cake: "Eeek! I'm on fire!" Even funnier when this causes the opponent to take lethal damage.
- Freshman Lou has a Captain Obvious line when summoned: "My name's Lou. It's short for... Lou!"
- Gelt, Vice Captain, who has Undying Loyalty to Amelia in the Rage of Bahamut lore, has an ironic line when facing an enemy Amelia: "Amelia, get out of there!"
- Floral Fencer has an incredibly silly line whenever she attacks, "Stop staring!" The way she says this line implies that the player happens to be a pervert and looking up her skirt.
- Timeless Witch's boredom with eternity seeps into her voice acting. She yawns while attacking, and only gives a sigh and a resigned "Whatever" when she dies.
- Orthrus is perfectly capable of talking normally, but she barks when she attacks and actually whimpers like an injured dog when killed.
- Monk of Purification looks like any ordinary monk, until you get around to playing him. With lines like "A hundred prayers in every bottle!" and "If you're in the market for a prayer..." he sounds more like a salesman peddling holy water!
- Big Knuckle Bodyguard has an incredibly funny and stereotypical Australian accent and being Dumb Muscle have these silly lines:Evolve: "What the heck is going on!?!"Death: "Uhhhh...that one didn't count."
- The entirety of Disagreeable Demon's voice lines are bunch of stereotypical Tsundere lines you would normally hear.Play: I'm not doing this for you.Attack: Humph!Evolve: Who cares about your stupid enemies.Death: Uggh, wish I tried harder!
- Eagle Man's Dynamic Entry: "In an hour of crisis, an eagle!"
- Cursed Stone has a monotone Simpleton Voice, which is something one doesn't expect from an animate statue.
- Heavenly Knight in Japanese has a refined, collected voice. His English voice, however, is a Large Ham like Eagle Man above.Play: From the heavens above, JUSTICE IS DELIVERED!Attack: For Great Justice!Evolve: The heavens shall lay waste to you!Death: Justice can never... die...
- Upon being destroyed, most cards either say something along the lines of This Cannot Be! or simply groan. Some, however, have some pretty amusing reactions upon death.
- Sammy, Wizard Apprentice nonchalantly says "Show's over!"
- The Fighter will simply say "Wait, that's it!?"
- Apprentice Necromancer doesn't seem to mind death at all, with "I love the feel of the earth!"
- Quite a few Shadowcraft followers have flippant responses towards their demise, like Goblin Zombie ("I fell apart!"), Rabbit Necromancer ("Hey, that hurts!"), Attendant of Night ("I'm gonna tell on you!"), and Cerberus ("Sorry! Gotta go!").
- Disaster Dragon seems to go up an entire octave when he dies ("Impossible!").
- Veteran Tamer sounds more like she's scolding one of her pets: "No! Bad!"
- The aforementioned Freshman Lou: "Hmph! I'm going home!"
- Fortunehunter Feena, known for her optimism and Genki Girl nature of her personality in Granblue Fantasy and Rage of Bahamut, has this line: "Running away is okay!"
- Skeleton Prince has some very pompous lines, but his death takes the cake with "Oh suuuuure, pick on the skeleton!"
- Beastfaced Mage's death quote involves over the top whimpering and yelping.
- Luxwing Reno delivers a completely deadpan Just perfect... as soon as she is killed.
Cards — Art and Text
- From Dawnbreak Nightedge comes Waters of the Orca, a 2pp Dragon Spell that summons a Megalorca. But there's more to the rest of the card:
- Father Punishment is practically doused in hilarity due to how over-the-top his expression, explosion of clothing, choice of punishment, and flavor text is. What makes it even better is that while he maintains a piddly 1/1 statline even when evolved, his strong evolve effect invokes Shoot the Mage First during the evolve turns, making him a Lethal Joke Character if ignored.
- There exists a mod for the game called the "Summertime mod" which changes the card arts of various cards into summer themed version of their arts. While mostly having female and a handful of male in characters swimsuits as probably is expected, it also have some rather funny inclusions such as Jeno, Blood Wolf, Tart Man and the common Skeleton.
- In Omen of the Ten, one of the cards is Armored Troll. It bypasses Wards, but can only attack the enemy leader. If the face plays Ward, it still goes face. Some see this card as a Take That! to the mindset of aggro players in CCG like Shadowverse and Hearthstone.
- Steadfast Angel's flavor text describes the work of a celestial blacksmith. Mostly.
- The flavor text for Feena, Dynamite Daredevil details the various misadventures of her and Goblin Mage."C'mon, Goblin Mage! We've got treasure to hunt!"
"Ooh! Feena, I found some shiny stuff!"
"Wait, don't touch that! It's a tr"
Feena and Goblin Mage, falling for an obvious trap.
- The evolved text shows that things aren't exactly getting better."F-failure? Ha! I don't know the meaning of the word!"
"Ah! There's something shiny on the floor! Yoink!"
"Did you hear a click just now?"
Feena and Goblin Mage, about to fall into an oubliette.
- The evolved text shows that things aren't exactly getting better.
- Mino, Crafty Reaper apparently writes Slash Fic in her spare time.
- While most of the funny lines come from the cards, the alternate Shadowcraft leader Mordecai manages get a little gem with his sorry emote. It's something especially amusing hearing a skeletal knight saying sorry in such a silly and childish tone.
- A lot of leaders usually have subtle facial expressions in their victory or defeat screens, but one noticeable facial expression that considered hilarious is Cagilostro's evil grin◊ in the Victory screen, which has become a meme within the fandom of how over the top the facial expression is.
- Your opponent establishing lethal for their next turn and emoting over it? Rude. The same opponent getting eliminated by a card they didn't expect? Gratifying.
- There is an inherent humor with several Baleful Polymorph effects, largely due to what the cards get transformed into. Transforming the mighty Bahamut into a much less harmful Snowman or a Flame Rat is a lot more humiliating than destroying or banishing it.
- The card Zooey, Arbiter of the Skies from Brigade of the Sky reduces the player's HP to one when she's played (but makes the player immune to all damage until next turn). As this poor player unfortunately finds out, Dragonclaw Pendant applies to her effect, killing the player.
- Two players experimented with Galmieux's card effect and demonstrated that an evolved Galmieux will cause an infinite loop with Jormungand's effect (as it damages her after the Blood player takes a hit from Galmieux on their own turn), creating an endless barrage from the Omen of Disdain, only stopping when either Galmieux or either player is dead. note
- If you're in the middle of a game when the game does its monthly reset on your Master Score, your score updates after you finish, but not without looking like you got a massive penalty.
- There has been a recorded case where someone won a game by milling opponent's cards straight to zero.
- Much more common but less dramatic are cases where a player has replaced their deck with Prince of Cocytus but left a Vile Violet Dragon on the board. A crafty opponent can deal chip damage to Vile Violet enough times to force the opponent to draw out their small deck. Winning a game this way is often an Awesome Moment for the player.