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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.
2nd Mar '15 10:47:03 AM TheUnsquished
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* Tyler in ''ComicBook/{{PS238}}'' is the only student in the school who doesn't have superpowers, and has to learn to be badass very quickly just to survive. Despite his unwillingness to be a superhero he's usually the one who winds up getting his powered collegues out of trouble.
** His mentor and Batman Expy Revenant would also count, as he relies almost completely on wits and gadgets. Revenant mentions that other superheroes generally don't like Badass Normals because they feel the heroing should be left to the special people.
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