'''''Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan''''': In a version of late 10th/early 11th-century Europe, a band of thieves have adventures involving wizards, witches, tyrants, faeries and mythical creatures of every description. Oh, and there's quite a bit of nudity as well. The world these characters inhabit is an astonishingly colorful, vibrant and varied one. It's a far cry from the rather drab view of medieval life that's sometimes depicted in fantasy.

Can be found [[http://rocr.net online]].

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!!''Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan'' provides examples of the following tropes:

* AddedAlliterativeAppeal:
-->'''Ambassy Guard:''' Amazonian agressors are assaulting our amabassador! Attack!\\
'''Jake:''' Ragna is being besieged by berserker barbarians! Boldly brandish blade, bream, bass and burbot!
* TheAlcoholic: Tamlin.
* BreakoutCharacter: Kel. She first appeared as indentured servant to the Green Knight, joined the Rogues when they overcame him, and spent a year or so snarking in the background (with stringy hair) before growing a personality (and nice head of ginger locks), and becoming one of the principal characters.
* ColdIron: Iron hurts Fair Folks. [[spoiler:Including Kel, who's half-elven, but only after she travels to the Gnome Lands. She later uses an iron necklace to keep her elven powers under control.]]
* {{Crossover}}: With several other webcomics, both for extended storylines, brief but substanial character appearances, and one-panel cameos. [[http://www.dragoneers.com/crossovers/Clwydrhan.html Here's an incomplete list of all the crossovers and cameos.]]
* CursedWithAwesome: The Corby clan are "cursed" with the ability to turn into birds. Voluntarily. With absolutely no restrictions or drawbacks involved. The "curse" is broken when another character points out that they can just ''stop doing it''.
* DoesNotLikeShoes: Kel. Although she does wear shoes from time to time when needed, she's most often barefoot.
* {{Expy}}: Scarabus the Earth-Pig is pretty blatantly ComicBook/{{Cerebus}} with the serial numbers filed off and a few missing IQ points.
* FacePalm: The Sheriff [[http://rocr.net/index.php?p=20091207 has good reason to facepalm.]]
* FauxAffablyEvil: The Green Knight seems jovial, polite and even honorable, but it's all an act.
* FlowerInHerHair: Ragnarok frequently wears one.
* InnocentFanserviceGirl: Kel doesn't care much about being naked, unless she's somehow the center of attention. Otherwise, she can just forget that she's nude and other characters have to remind her.
** Even more prominent amongst the fairies, most of whom spend the majority of their time naked, or wearing only a few accessories.
* HalfHumanHybrid: [[spoiler:Kel is half-elven. In this world, "Elf" more accuratly describe TheFairFolk. She has two half-sisters who are full fairies, wings and all.]]
* HotWitch: Kel and Krakatoa; also [[spoiler:Atra after her rejuvenation, although she usually hides her young appearance]]. Of course, they're all good witches, as long as you don't tick them off.
* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: The [[http://rocr.net/cast/ character page]] lists nearly a hundred characters (some of them admittedly "on loan" from other webcomics, but still playing notable roles) and adds a footnote that the comic also contains "assorted travelers, bath house guests, sailors, servants, vikings, wolfmen, monks, horses, sheep, pigeons and puffins."
* TheMillstone: Tamlin, as greatly demonstrated by his [[http://rocr.net/index.php?p=20010412 "Weakest Link" dream]].
* PutOnABus: Tamlin, after his fight with Ragna, leaves for parts unknown and pretty much vanishes from the comic. He's made cameo appearances in dreams, visions and flashbacks, and been mentioned a few times, but nobody seems to know his current whereabouts.
* RagtagBunchOfMisfits: The eponymous Rogues, of course.
* RaisedByWolves: The other rogues ponder this about Kel. The fact she climb trees easily make them conclude she was rather Raised by Squirrels.
* ShamuFu: A couple fish fights erupt at the Iceland Ambassy, clearly inspired by ''ComicBook/{{Asterix}}''.
* {{Stripperiffic}}: The clothes worn by Kel and Ragna in the Gnome Lands. It's still a step up for Kel, who've been swept there naked. She later comments it was a "traditional Elvish costume", and probably the gnomes' idea of a joke.
* {{Textplosion}}: Some strips use wordless strips with text boxes rather than regular comic format. This was a short experiment by the author to go for a more "bookish" look. He decided he didn't like it, so most are in a more traditional comic format.
* TookALevelInJerkass: When the gang, tired of all the problems Tamlin's drinking leads them into, frighten him into going sober, he becomes a veritable tyrant who's constantly angry at everyone.

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