Dungeons & Denizens was a webcomic drawn by John Yakimow and written by Graveyard Greg, the author of Carpe Diem. It was first hosted on Webcomics Nation, then moved to Keenspot on April 2, 2006, but finally got its own domain name on July 1, 2010. The strip followed the lives of those that work/live in a Dungeons & Dragons RPG dungeon. The comic ended in early March of 2014, with Min leaving the dungeon.Characters include:
Min, the tech support minotaur and primary character.
Description Cut: Lampshaded and Defiedin this strip. When informed that Leviathann is meeting with another demon, Gazdar says they are probably talking about candy and flowers. In the next panel he comments that he expected to be proven humorously wrong.
Heroic Wannabe: Sir Percival von Fluffypants. To him, the "hard parts" of heroism involve posing and having perfect hair. He uses his guards to do any fighting (not that it makes any difference, as his parents bribed the monsters ahead of time to go easy on him). He meets his well-deserved end when he trashes the room of a pre-adolescent Elegant Gothic Lolita — who happens to be a powerful necromancer with a cruel streak. Percy ends up being sent home in small disposable baggies.
Holier Than Thou: The Paladin, full stop. He even uses the trope by name when his teammates walk off while he's lecturing them on how much better than them he is.
Our Demons Are Different: Leviathann who is gigantic, and Yebor who is just slightly larger than Min are both red with flaming skulls (though Yebor keeps a normal head, and can grow to the same size as Leviathann as necessary).
Ragtag Bunch of Misfits: The Other Six. Immel, a Paladin from an unspecified Draconian-like (but not Draconian) race; a Rakshasa sword-caster; a Gnoll Ranger; Guvnor, a large Barbarian who got separated from his adventuring group and followed the others in the hope that they would eventually lead him back to his friends, and a pair of Gnomes.
Litchvell: We withdraw from your thrice-damned Fourth Age!
Too Stupid To Live: When someone three times your size is holding you in the air with one hand and getting ready to punch you with the other, is your first reaction to call him stupid? If so, congrats, you're the Paladin.
Training Montage: When Litchvell sends Zerelda on a mission, he has her first report to Seidistika for training. Cue a Training Montage, which is promptly subverted when it's revealed that Seidistka had planned out her training montage in advance and drawn it.