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27th Oct '16 2:34:04 PM Andyroid
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* Many of the heroes from ''WebComic/OnePunchMan'' are relatively ordinary people with no greater ability than CharlesAtlasSuperpower; Master Bang is a tough old martial artist who happens to be the third-ranked S-class hero in the Hero Association. And even before he started his TrainingFromHell, Saitama defeated a crab monster by [[EyeScream ripping off one of its eyestalks]] with his necktie.
31st Jul '16 2:46:44 PM skarl
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* There are no non-badass named characters in ''Webcomic/FakeNewsRumble''. Those without superpowers, are this trope.
27th Jul '16 9:52:14 AM Morgenthaler
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* [[TheHero Roy]], [[HeroicComedicSociopath Belkar]] and [[TheLancer Haley]] in ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick''. There's a reason the series churns out [[Awesome/TheOrderOfTheStick CMOAs]] like it does. On the villain side, [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy Tarquin]] most definitely qualifies: [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0850.html he was able to fight nearly the entire Order of the Stick simultaneously]] [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0851.html alone]].

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* [[TheHero Roy]], [[HeroicComedicSociopath Belkar]] and [[TheLancer Haley]] in ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick''. There's a reason the series churns out [[Awesome/TheOrderOfTheStick CMOAs]] like it does. On the villain side, [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy [[GenreSavvy Tarquin]] most definitely qualifies: [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0850.html he was able to fight nearly the entire Order of the Stick simultaneously]] [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0851.html alone]].
10th Apr '16 12:17:18 PM Jgamer
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*** And then there's his post-Scratch counterpart, who, after spending most of Act 6 either confused at what's going on or locked up in a LuxuryPrisonSuite, joins the final battle by ''punching out the prison walls'' and then taking on a green giant who can literally punch people through time, with nothing more than baked goods and his bare fists, [[CurbStompBattle and dominates.]]
28th Nov '15 9:25:14 AM ArcaneThesis
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* Buzz Rickards from ''Webcomic/{{Spinnerette}}'' falls into this trope, as referenced directly by Heather.
13th Oct '15 1:40:26 PM StFan
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* Revenant and Moonshadow of ''Webcomic/{{PS238}}'' lack powers, although Revenant occasionally jokes that his superpower is being obscenely rich and that's the best superpower of all.
14th Aug '15 12:30:09 AM Samual_Ranger
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* Agent Luke Chase in "Webcomic/IronGate" leads, and fights alongside, a group of people with supernatural powers using only his wits and marksmanship with a pistol.

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* Agent Luke Chase in "Webcomic/IronGate" Webcomic/IronGate leads, and fights alongside, a group of people with supernatural powers using only his wits and marksmanship with a pistol.
14th Aug '15 12:28:49 AM Samual_Ranger
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*Agent Luke Chase in "Webcomic/IronGate" leads, and fights alongside, a group of people with supernatural powers using only his wits and marksmanship with a pistol.
13th Apr '15 8:50:15 PM FuzzyBoots
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* The main cast of characters from ''Webcomic/Faans!'' before they all got implanted superpowers. To start out, the only real muscle they had on their side was a quiet martial arts expert and a big bruiser. The leader was scrawny and two others had/have severe weight problems. Nevertheless, they hold their own against demigods, vampires, government agents, just plain stab-happy psychopaths, time-traveling warlords, frost giants, mental-brainwashing...the list just goes on. Granted, they did tend to grab their enemies weapons and unleash a wave of energy-blasts but that is just common sense. And the returning threat against all this is a simple rapist/cult leader. Badass normal villain. The 'Faans' make gods run in fear but this creepy bastard has scored some nasty wins.

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* The main cast of characters from ''Webcomic/Faans!'' ''Webcomic/{{Fans}}'' before they all got implanted superpowers. To start out, the only real muscle they had on their side was a quiet martial arts expert and a big bruiser. The leader was scrawny and two others had/have severe weight problems. Nevertheless, they hold their own against demigods, vampires, government agents, just plain stab-happy psychopaths, time-traveling warlords, frost giants, mental-brainwashing...the list just goes on. Granted, they did tend to grab their enemies weapons and unleash a wave of energy-blasts but that is just common sense. And the returning threat against all this is a simple rapist/cult leader. Badass normal villain. The 'Faans' make gods run in fear but this creepy bastard has scored some nasty wins.


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* Revenant and Moonshadow of ''Webcomic/{{PS238}}'' lack powers, although Revenant occasionally jokes that his superpower is being obscenely rich and that's the best superpower of all.
13th Apr '15 8:48:26 PM FuzzyBoots
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* Night, Renegade, and Desert Fox of ''Webcomic/{{Supermom}}'' all lack powers, but operate as heroes.
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