Teh Gladiators is a fantasy gaming webcomic written by Uros Jojic and drawn by Borislav Grabovic. Launched in 2008, it follows the adventures of a Ragtag Bunch of Misfits who, through various circumstances, wind up playing Arena matches in World of Warcraft during the Burning Crusade and find spectacularly improbable ways to win. It later branches out into the main storyline of Wrath of the Lich King, and is now working its way through the author's hilariously wacky version of Cataclysm.The main characters are:
Gorrok, an Orc Warrior who decides to fight in the arena to expiate for royally pissing off Thrall. He's the Only Sane Man, a Deadpan Snarker, and the only actually competent combatant.
His "pet", Trevor, who is a Lovable Coward rat. No, that's not redundant.
Spin, a Tauren hippie, who has yet to actually do anything useful except wave a staff around threateningly idiotically.
Their occasional companions have included two Murlocs with macabre tastes and penchants for Alchemy and Engineering; Leeroy Jenkins (yes, the literal Trope Namer), and during their journey through Cataclysm, a couple of Gnome Druids.
This webcomic provides examples of:
Accidental Aiming Skills: Vallant's whole character is based around this. Ironically, when the Scroll of Unconditional Victory is dispelled, he starts hitting what he aims at.
Alternate Continuity/Fanon: Although it follows the broad elements of Burning Crusade and Wrath of the Lich King, the comic's plot is radically different from the official story line. With Cataclysm, the author openly stopped even trying.
Anti-Hero: Gorrok, who became a gladiator through a series of mischances involving Onyxia, terrible luck at dice, and a poorly timed use of the Bloodrage ability. Spin and Vallant would qualify except that they're so ineffectual that it's hard to label them "heroes".
Attack! Attack! Attack!: Parodied in the Cataclysm Tauren, who are so stubbornly militaristic that they sacrifice half their population in an attack on a door. That they had a key to open.
Berserk Button: For Vallant, threatening Trevor (or Leeroy). For Yolanda, harming Vallant.
Bizarro Universe: The comic's version of Cataclysm turns Azeroth into this, with complete role reversals for the various races: Orcs are pacifists; Humans are moronic cannibals; Gnomes are nature worshippers; Tauren are militaristic; etc. The landscape and many major NPCs are similarly turned on their heads. Oh, and Teh Glads succeed in their quests. Truly disturbing.
Camp Gay: The Blood Elf leader in Silvermoon City, apparently.
Cerebus Syndrome: Occurs once the comic moves out of the Arena and starts getting involved in the main storyline of the game.
Condemned Contestant: Technically, Teh Gladiators, although it's more like "fight in the Arena to avoid being executed or imprisoned for life."
Death Is Cheap/Non-Lethal K.O./Plotline Death: These tropes are mixed up in a rather schizophrenic manner. Defeated Arena foes may simply show up again for the next match, or they may be Killed Off for Real. It's also unclear which deaths in the main story are supposed to be permanent. Teh Glads themselves never seem to suffer anything more than a Non-Lethal K.O. no matter how much injury they take; but then there's the death of Trevor. It's possible that this is deliberately making fun of the same tendencies in WoW.
Deus ex Machina: Arguably, the ending to both the Burning Crusade Arena arc and the Wrath of the Lich King arc, as the former ends with Vallant accidentally aggroing Illidan, and the latter ends with every single raid boss in the game fighting against the Lich King.
Evil Twin: Death Knight Trevor, for Luke, sort of — see below.
Face Palm: Gorrok's favorite gesture of disgust for his companions' idiocy, with bashing his head against a wall as a close second.
Funny Background Event: When Thrall and Bolvar are surveying the wreckage caused by X32A here, look at Thrall's horse. Also the Running Gag in the Cataclysm arc with the savage human chomping on Spin's hindquarters.
Mad Scientist: The Murlocs, who assemble a Frankenstinian monster using a medley of parts taken from defeated Arena foes. They do it a second time on Arthas' behest in the Lich King arc, and yet again in the Cataclysm arc using quest items dropped from various old world raid bosses.