- Complete Monster: See here.
- Heartwarming Moments: As brief as Kas' screentime is, Grete and Kas are as adorable together as always.
- One-Scene Wonder: Nomura herself really one appears for one scene, and that's for nothing more than a recorded message. The amount of misery she manages to foster in her posthumous plot regardless and how much she contrasts Grete make sure she stands out more than ever.
- Nightmare Fuel:
- Siegfried continues to be as nightmarish as ever. One of his few appearances in the story has him challenging someone to a Duel to the Death—said person being a quivering, helpless child.
- Nomura shows how chilling she can be when she comes to the forefront, showing herself as far more than just a disposable tool of her own father in her horrific scheme to destroy Paris through the use of the "skins." Frederick's awful state is the cherry on top of the horror her posthumous scheme entails.
- Tear Jerker: The fate of the old First Blade, Frederick. We don't get to know Frederick that well, but the awful state Nomura reduces him to through decades of torture and brainwashing is a sobering reminder of how far Siegfried's ilk is able to plunge. What makes it worse is that all of Grete's other companions are slain instantly during the initial attack on Siegfried's lair. Frederick is unable to rejoin with them in Valhalla for years, twisted to believe he's Siegfried himself.
YMMV / Le Chevalier