Yet Another Fantasy Gamer Comic is a daily webcomic by Rich Morris, following the lives and (mis)adventures of the D&D monsters of the Black Mountain, and their interactions with the rest of the world. As the comic went on, more and more characters got added to the cast, and now plenty of "good" humans and other characters living outside of Black Mountain get their own arcs as well.Notable for its sense of humour, sketch-like yet very nice artwork, and complex character development and interaction.A word of warning for those who browse TV Tropes at work (you slackers) — it has some NSFW elements, mostly casual nudity.Has a character sheet, which is in need of much love.
Yet Another Fantasy Gamer Comic provides examples of the following tropes:
Action Mom: Mrs Bloodhand is by far the best fighter around.
Always Chaotic Evil: Actually, Lawful Evil. It's parodied in the school mini-arc when a young gnoll gets scolded by the teacher for being good in class.
Amazon Brigade: Bound to show up any time the drow get angry... or bored... or just feel like killing and maiming some people.
Anyone Can Die: Very apparent, especially in the Lost Valley arc, with a couple characters, including a half-brother to one of the main character's love interest being offed fairly early into the storyline.
''' Arachne: Must feel good, doesn't it? After all these centuries,] to finally have what you've always wanted. I mean, it is, right? What you've always wanted. To be king of the dead. Supreme ruler of all... That's why you became a lich, right?
The gods of Man and the gods of Orc couldn't agree on who should claim Glon the half-orc, and he convinced them to send him back to life so he could determine which of his two heritages was his "true" one.
Glon's dying human father asked to be buried with three grave coins, instead of the usual two. This means that he was technically denied a proper burial, and therefore has an excuse to stick around as a ghost.
Black Comedy: Inevitable when the main protagonists in a comedy strip are bad guys; there's a lot of humor derived from situations that would in real life be anything but funny. Still, the trope isn't nearly as omnipresent as you might think.
Call Back: This strip contains one in each of its 8 panels... in 8 of its 9 lines. Justified as it is a contest of bards, and bard...ing, aside of musical talent, is also a matter of spreading news with new songs. Thus each contestant presents a recent song of fairly recent exciting tales... Experienced first-hand by the cast of the comic of course.
The Chosen One: The high wizard of Northrealm places an axe in a stone to find who will be the next king. He is horrified to learn that it is Captaing Fang who manages to pull the axe from the stone. To cover up his folly, he brainwashes Runt into thinking he's the one who pulled the axe out instead.
Half-Human Hybrid: Most notably Glon and Jone, but also Cadugan and Taidor. Also Clover and Eric's son.
Clover and Eric's son doesn't count, he's just a halfling. In YAFGC universe there are several groups of species that can interbreed and the offspring will be a fullblooded member of one of them. These incude human/halfling, goblin/hobgoblin, hobgoblin/bugbear, gnoll/flind and others. The author will write pages and pages of details about the subject if asked.
Heel Realization: Hell of a thing for a self-admitted evil character, but Lewstrom finally remembered why he wanted to become a Lich in the first place... and realized he had been manipulated by Kala for all this time. Suffice it to say, he doesn't take it well.
Hoist by His Own Petard: The same crystal that allowed Kala to manifest was also used to bring Lolth into the world, and after Lewie realized she had manipulated him, Kala no longer had Lewie's faith to protect her from Lolth's predations.
If It's You, It's Okay: Seems to be how Lucas views his relationship with Cadugan. When his father ('s ghost) is shocked that Lucas is sleeping with a man, he explains — "You want to know if I like boys. I don't know. I like that boy."
Interspecies Romance: To the point where it's easier to count the exceptions to this trope than the ones that play it straight. Hell, the comic started out with a romance between a goblin and a beholder.
Jerkass Has a Point: Lewie the Lich gets a moment of this when he points out to Queen Maula that she needs to stop worrying about her son and start worrying about the kingdom. Maula's reaction is a shocked "By the gods...Lewie is right."
Kick the Dog: Just in case you started to think of Jone as a (relatively) innocent bystander in her "army's" slaughter, there's this.
Loads and Loads of Characters: Even the cast of Black Mountain would count, then you have two kingdoms, a barony, the bards, the pirates, the desert cities, and now we've added a handful of Nordic-esque dragon slayers to the list.
So much they have an own forum section just for that, with one topic per character... and the overview spawns several pages.
Lovable Sex Maniac: Most of the evil characters, and a fair few of the good ones. It'd probably be quicker listing all the characters who didn have some traits of this.