A gaming webcomic about a group of {{Munchkin}} players getting the best of their uncreative DungeonMaster, as brought to you by the minds behind ''Webcomic/DMOfTheRings'' and is in fact something of a sequel.

You can find it [[http://shawntionary.com/chainmailbikini/ here]].

If you're looking for the trope, see ChainmailBikini.


!!This work contains examples of:

* ArtifactTitle: Sapphire, who wears the titular bikini, is killed off fairly early on.
* AwesomeMcCoolname: Josh's min-maxed character, "xXKillstealer69Xx."
* BlackComedyRape: Whether they intended it to be rape or not, an early comic where Ramgar (at the least) gropes Marcus's female character did ''not'' sit well with readers.
** Ramgar's backstory also includes impregnating an entire female priesthood, for which he was forced to do penance... which he carried out through a bloody killing spree until he killed the right guy. And the whole story is ultimately to justify him possessing a very powerful spear.
* BrickJoke: The potion given to [[spoiler: resurrect Sapphire]]
* ChainmailBikini: The strip takes its name from Marcus's first character.
* ComplacentGamingSyndrome: In-universe, taken UpToEleven in the "finale" comic, where the group have been playing campaign after campaign that are basically the same as the previous ones for 2 years.
* {{Crossover}}: Aragorn's player from ''Webcomic/DMOfTheRings'' shows up at one point.
* CrossPlayer: Exaggerated with Marcus. He's played numerous campaigns, and all of his characters have always been female.
* DroppedABridgeOnHim: All of Marcus's characters were meant to die horribly as a running gag. The makers of the comic mentioned that this ended up coming off as more mean-spirited than funny.
* {{Fanservice}}: All of Marcus's characters are hot, sexy ladies, usually an [[OurElvesAreBetter elf]].
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: During the final battle against Deuse Baaj, Casey, who was going for a TotalPartyKill out of frustration, makes up a rule that a character couldn't cast spells while falling after Marcus' character gets knocked out the window. [[spoiler:Naturally, the players throw it right back in his face after the same thing happens to Deuse Baaj.]]
* {{Munchkin}}: Josh, to a hardcore degree. Seen when Casey suggests using a game system no one knows to "break up the drudgery."
-->'''Chuck:''' You mean the drudgery of having a balanced system with rules we all understand?\\
'''Casey:''' I mean the drudgery of having Josh employ a bunch of game demolishing exploits.\\
'''Josh:''' Let me see this new rulebook... I will make it my [[CurseCutShort bit--]]\\
'''Chuck:''' '''[[BigNo NO!]]''' Don't give him that book!
* ReviveKillsZombie: The party hits Deuse Baaj with a resurrection potion to destroy him. Chuck rules that it simply brings him back to life (so instead of a Lich Necromancer, he's a mortal one).
* UnfortunateNames: The villain of the campaign is named "Deuse Baaj". Doesn't take long for others to simply refer to him as Douchebag.
* WomenAreWiser: The sole female gamer in the group is also the most sensible. She's still a {{Jerkass}} like everyone else, but it's still noticeable.