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* In ''Webcomic/DarthsAndDroids'', Darth Vader has a bad habit of executing every underling who makes the slightest mistake. Yet Admiral Firmus Piett manages to survive and continue to be a very valuable officer, despite his tendency to make IfMyCalculationsAreCorrect and CaptainObvious observations and sometimes sassing directly to Vader's face. Vader acknowledges that Piett tends to walk the edge a lot.

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* In ''Webcomic/DarthsAndDroids'', ''Webcomic/DarthsAndDroids''
** Sally, one of the players, starts out as rather young to be playing the kind of TabletopRPG the story is about. She's responsible of bringing in many of the weird details of the ''Star Wars'' universe when she gets carried away describing aliens and the like; her first character is Jar Jar Binks, whose appearance is a result of her improvising a bunch of crazy-sounding features. Yet, she eventually plays Jar-Jar so well that he becomes a highly respected character in the game universe, and later, the GM asks her to describe locations to make use of her imagination to make them "look" more impressive.
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Darth Vader has a bad habit of executing every underling who makes the slightest mistake. Yet Admiral Firmus Piett manages to survive and continue to be a very valuable officer, despite his tendency to make IfMyCalculationsAreCorrect and CaptainObvious observations and sometimes sassing directly to Vader's face. Vader acknowledges that Piett tends to walk the edge a lot.


** Elan. The advantage? He's ''unbelievably'' GenreSavvy, such that he even sticks out in the NoFourthWall world of the comic. The catch? He's [[SpoonyBard a bard]] (and a poorly optimized one at that). Well, and a [[TooDumbToLive total moron]]. Then he [[TookALevelInBadass Took a Level in Dashing Swordsman ]] and started [[LetsGetDangerous taking the quest seriously]], so he's starting to balance out a tad.

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** Elan. The advantage? He's ''unbelievably'' GenreSavvy, such that he even sticks out in the NoFourthWall world of the comic. The catch? He's [[SpoonyBard [[QuirkyBard a bard]] (and a poorly optimized an oddly built one at that). Well, and a [[TooDumbToLive total moron]]. Then he [[TookALevelInBadass Took a Level in Dashing Swordsman ]] and started [[LetsGetDangerous taking the quest seriously]], so he's starting to balance out a tad.

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* In ''Webcomic/{{Noblesse}}'':
** The noblesse himself, Rai, is this, particularly early on, when he's still a FishOutOfTemporalWater. He barely talks, has problems with figuring out door locks and bananas (he might've never figured out the latter's edible), and pauses a critical mission to amuse himself with automatic door. All this being said, he'll absolutely wipe the floor with you if you threaten anyone he cares about.
** His retainer/caretaker, Frankenstein, isn't much better. He slips into MadScientist mindset often enough to scare his employees, conducts extensive research on how to create the best possible ramen and routinely circumvents the PowerLimiter Rai put on him. He's also a terrifyingly competent fighter, to the point where some characters wonder if he's the Devil himself (not to mention an excellent butler).


* Elan from ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick''. The advantage? He's ''unbelievably'' GenreSavvy, such that he even sticks out in the NoFourthWall world of the comic. The catch? He's [[SpoonyBard a bard]] (and a poorly optimized one at that). Well, and a [[TooDumbToLive total moron]]. Then he [[TookALevelInBadass Took a Level in Dashing Swordsman ]] and started [[LetsGetDangerous taking the quest seriously]], so he's starting to balance out a tad.
** Celia may also count, more literally than the other examples. Most of the time she's a GranolaGirl whose fighting skills are negligible, and whose righteous ardor for [[FriendToAllLivingThings small woodland critters, as well as the sanctity of life in general]] borders on infuriating, but get her in front of a lawsuit, or two conflicting parties in need of a settlement, and she is hard and cold business right away.
*** She's more of a fairy wings lawyer.

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* Elan from ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick''.''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'':
** Elan.
The advantage? He's ''unbelievably'' GenreSavvy, such that he even sticks out in the NoFourthWall world of the comic. The catch? He's [[SpoonyBard a bard]] (and a poorly optimized one at that). Well, and a [[TooDumbToLive total moron]]. Then he [[TookALevelInBadass Took a Level in Dashing Swordsman ]] and started [[LetsGetDangerous taking the quest seriously]], so he's starting to balance out a tad.
** Celia may also count, more literally than the other examples. Most of the time she's a GranolaGirl whose fighting skills are negligible, and whose righteous ardor for [[FriendToAllLivingThings small woodland critters, as well as the sanctity of life in general]] borders on infuriating, but get her in front of a lawsuit, or two conflicting parties in need of a settlement, and she is hard and cold business right away.
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away. She's more of a fairy wings lawyer.


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* Emily of ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent'', who had her final project [[http://questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=2853 EMP'd by the NRO]] before completion. She also developed a [[http://questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=3180 collapsible cardigan]] displaying "very advanced programming" to apologise to an amazonian solider AI for hitting her with a mallet. Also see {{Cloudcuckoolander}}.



* ''Webcomic/TowerOfGod'': Phonsekal Laure is a narcoleptic, lazy bum who sleeps almost all the time, takes pillow and blanket anywhere and is one of the most talented [[FunctionalMagic Shinsoo]] users of the entire cast. Learning and deepening that skill is in universe the most time-consuming and difficult tasks for a Regular and everybody sure appreciates his skills.



** Veldrina, a Favored Soul, who has a scientific approach to divine magic and an almost terminally clueless approach to everything else, including the concept of danger. She'll walk right up to a vampire she knows nothing about because the way negative energy simulates biological functions is fascinating. And because she thinks he's delivering her dumplings.



* Rayne Summers from ''Webcomic/LeastICouldDo''. Marcy [=McKean=] - Rayne's boss and CEO of the company - puts up with his Red Bull addiction, childlike behaviour, and non-existant attention span because he is genuinely good at his job.

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* Rayne Summers from ''Webcomic/LeastICouldDo''. Marcy [=McKean=] - Rayne's boss and CEO of the company - puts up with his Red Bull addiction, childlike behaviour, and non-existant non-existent attention span because he is genuinely good at his job.



* ''Webcomic/{{Collar 6}}'': Sixx is the very successful owner of a chain of hotels, so no one really cares that she has a harem of hundreds of (willing) lesbian slave girls.

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* ''Webcomic/{{Collar 6}}'': ''Webcomic/Collar6'': Sixx is the very successful owner of a chain of hotels, so no one really cares that she has a harem of hundreds of (willing) lesbian slave girls.



* A number of the characters in ''Webcomic/GrrlPower'' fall under this, from Math (lecherous but unspeakably talented martial artist), to Heatwave (capable of sublimating tanks, but dumb as a brick), to Sydney (has a suite of eight orbs that give her unique and strong powers along with comic book knowledge to apply those powers properly, but severe ADHD, trouble with authority, and overall a PR nightmare). This is explicitly justified; powers are rare enough that they can't pick and choose their team. As long as a super doesn't have an actual criminal record ([[BoxedCrook and possibly sometimes even then]]), they're invited to join, since it's better to have them on the team where they can be monitored and trained than off it where they can get into trouble.

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* A number of the characters in ''Webcomic/GrrlPower'' fall under this, from Math (lecherous but unspeakably talented martial artist), to Heatwave (capable of sublimating tanks, but dumb as a brick), to Sydney (has a suite of eight seven orbs that give her unique and strong powers along with comic book knowledge to apply those powers properly, but severe ADHD, trouble with authority, and overall a PR nightmare). This is explicitly justified; powers are rare enough that they can't pick and choose their team. As long as a super doesn't have an actual criminal record ([[BoxedCrook and possibly sometimes even then]]), they're invited to join, since it's better to have them on the team where they can be monitored and trained than off it where they can get into trouble.



-->'''Vader:''' Your competence and your impertinence continue to maintain an unsteady equilibrium.
-->'''Piett:''' Thank you, Lord Facemask.

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-->'''Vader:''' Your competence and your impertinence continue to maintain an unsteady equilibrium.
-->'''Piett:'''
equilibrium.\\
'''Piett:'''
Thank you, Lord Facemask.



** First off, Megaman himself. Before [[MadScientist Doctor Wily]] betrayed Doctor Light, he sabotaged Megaman's programing to make him an idiot so that Light would not have anything to face his [[KillerRobot Robot Masters]]; Doctor Light did his best to program him to fight the robot masters, but could only re-prioritize "To be an idiot" as his ''secondary'' mission. He is frightfully-effective at stopping Doctor Wily, but outside of that he's a huge moron obsessed with ice cream and drinking beer until he pukes - ''in spite'' of being a robot.
** Doctor Wily is one of the greatest experts on robotics in the world, his genius is only outmatched by his ego and insanity; robot masters are [[OneManArmy capabable of taking out entire armies]] with an arm tied behind their backs - ''each'' - and yet every last one of them has a... strange quirk that sends them straight into this trope. He also made [[EvilCounterpart Bass]] to be greater than Megaman in all aspects; Bass is stronger, faster, and an even bigger idiot.

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** First off, Megaman himself. Before [[MadScientist Doctor Wily]] betrayed Doctor Light, he sabotaged Megaman's programing programming to make him an idiot so that Light would not have anything to face his [[KillerRobot Robot Masters]]; Doctor Light did his best to program him to fight the robot masters, but could only re-prioritize "To be an idiot" as his ''secondary'' mission. He is frightfully-effective at stopping Doctor Wily, but outside of that he's a huge moron obsessed with ice cream and drinking beer until he pukes - ''in spite'' of being a robot.
** Doctor Wily is one of the greatest experts on robotics in the world, his genius is only outmatched by his ego and insanity; robot masters are [[OneManArmy capabable capable of taking out entire armies]] with an arm tied behind their backs - ''each'' - and yet every last one of them has a... strange quirk that sends them straight into this trope. He also made [[EvilCounterpart Bass]] to be greater than Megaman in all aspects; Bass is stronger, faster, and an even bigger idiot.



* In ''Webcomic/OtakuDad'' Despite being an immature anime obsessed otaku in daily life it turns out that Jack is a savant who manages to turn a tidy profit on unlikely businesses

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* In ''Webcomic/OtakuDad'' Despite being an immature anime obsessed otaku in daily life it turns out that Jack is a savant who manages to turn a tidy profit on unlikely businessesbusinesses.
* ''Webcomic/LeifAndThorn'' has [[OurPresidentsAreDifferent Bunny Ears President]] Olive Romarin.
-->'''Romarin:''' This is the Situation Room, right? Well, [[http://leifandthorn.com/comic/performance-review-118/ me needing to finish my pie]] is a situation.
* In ''Webcomic/{{Skyvein}}'', Puff is employed by the Core; her peculiarities are overlooked because of her illustrious bounty hunting reputation.
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* When Mr. Mighty of ''Webcomic/EverydayHeroes'' [[http://www.webcomicsnation.com/eddurd/everydayheroes/series.php?view=single&ID=171980 needs a lawyer]], he gets one who wears denim, rides a Harley, and looks like he escaped from the 1960's.

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* When Mr. Mighty of ''Webcomic/EverydayHeroes'' [[http://www.webcomicsnation.com/eddurd/everydayheroes/series.php?view=single&ID=171980 [[http://eheroes.smackjeeves.com/comics/2111607/mighty-slow-on-the-uptake/ needs a lawyer]], he gets one who wears denim, rides a Harley, and looks like he escaped from the 1960's.


** Doctor Light is one of the few capable of matching Doctor Wily's genius, and his program for X is incredibly advanced even for those standards. He's a massive [[TheAlcoholic drunkard]] and BrilliantButLazy - in that he'd rather build an [[SuperPoweredRobotMeterMaid exceedingly-powerful robot to be his lab assistant]] rather than do the chores himself.

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** Doctor Light is one of the few capable of matching Doctor Wily's genius, and his program for X is incredibly advanced even for those standards. He's a massive [[TheAlcoholic drunkard]] and BrilliantButLazy - in that he'd rather build an [[SuperPoweredRobotMeterMaid exceedingly-powerful robot to be his lab assistant]] rather than do the chores himself.himself.
* In ''Webcomic/OtakuDad'' Despite being an immature anime obsessed otaku in daily life it turns out that Jack is a savant who manages to turn a tidy profit on unlikely businesses


** Doctor Wily is one of the greatest experts on robotics in the world, his genius is only outmatched by his ego and insanity; robot masters are [[OneManArmy capabable of taking out entire armies]] with an arm tied behind their backs - ''each'' - and yet every last one of them has a... strange quirk that sends them straight into this trope. He also made [[EvilCounterpart Bass]] to be greater than Megaman in all aspects; Bass is stronger, faster, and an even bigger idiot.

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** Doctor Wily is one of the greatest experts on robotics in the world, his genius is only outmatched by his ego and insanity; robot masters are [[OneManArmy capabable of taking out entire armies]] with an arm tied behind their backs - ''each'' - and yet every last one of them has a... strange quirk that sends them straight into this trope. He also made [[EvilCounterpart Bass]] to be greater than Megaman in all aspects; Bass is stronger, faster, and an even bigger idiot.idiot.
** Doctor Light is one of the few capable of matching Doctor Wily's genius, and his program for X is incredibly advanced even for those standards. He's a massive [[TheAlcoholic drunkard]] and BrilliantButLazy - in that he'd rather build an [[SuperPoweredRobotMeterMaid exceedingly-powerful robot to be his lab assistant]] rather than do the chores himself.


-->'''Piett:''' Thank you, Lord Facemask.

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-->'''Piett:''' Thank you, Lord Facemask.Facemask.
* In ''Webcomic/BobAndGeorge'' it would be easier to list the characters that ''aren't'' this trope. As it stands:
** First off, Megaman himself. Before [[MadScientist Doctor Wily]] betrayed Doctor Light, he sabotaged Megaman's programing to make him an idiot so that Light would not have anything to face his [[KillerRobot Robot Masters]]; Doctor Light did his best to program him to fight the robot masters, but could only re-prioritize "To be an idiot" as his ''secondary'' mission. He is frightfully-effective at stopping Doctor Wily, but outside of that he's a huge moron obsessed with ice cream and drinking beer until he pukes - ''in spite'' of being a robot.
** Doctor Wily is one of the greatest experts on robotics in the world, his genius is only outmatched by his ego and insanity; robot masters are [[OneManArmy capabable of taking out entire armies]] with an arm tied behind their backs - ''each'' - and yet every last one of them has a... strange quirk that sends them straight into this trope. He also made [[EvilCounterpart Bass]] to be greater than Megaman in all aspects; Bass is stronger, faster, and an even bigger idiot.


->'''Vader:''' Your competence and your impertinence continue to maintain an unsteady equilibrium.
->'''Piett:''' Thank you, Lord Facemask.

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->'''Vader:''' -->'''Vader:''' Your competence and your impertinence continue to maintain an unsteady equilibrium.
->'''Piett:''' -->'''Piett:''' Thank you, Lord Facemask.


** Lalli, the Scout, is just plain weird. Basically, he acts as much as a cat as is possible without growing a tail, has huge problems with verbal communication and tends to sleep in strange places. He is also an extremely competent scout, capable of finding his way in unknown territory with no apparent effort, very good at reading non-verbal communication (in fact being able to have several meaningful conversations with Emil, in spite of them not having a word of any language in common) and a mage of frightening power. So far, he has shown himself to be able to spirit-walk, control the weather to some extent and combat hostile spirits in the waking world.

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** Lalli, the Scout, is just plain weird. Basically, he acts as much as a cat as is possible without growing a tail, has huge problems with verbal communication and tends to sleep in strange places. He is also an extremely competent scout, capable of finding his way in unknown territory with no apparent effort, very good at reading non-verbal communication (in fact being able to have several meaningful conversations with Emil, in spite of them not having a word of any language in common) and a mage of frightening power. So far, he has shown himself to be able to spirit-walk, control the weather to some extent and combat hostile spirits in the waking world.world.
* In ''Webcomic/DarthsAndDroids'', Darth Vader has a bad habit of executing every underling who makes the slightest mistake. Yet Admiral Firmus Piett manages to survive and continue to be a very valuable officer, despite his tendency to make IfMyCalculationsAreCorrect and CaptainObvious observations and sometimes sassing directly to Vader's face. Vader acknowledges that Piett tends to walk the edge a lot.
->'''Vader:''' Your competence and your impertinence continue to maintain an unsteady equilibrium.
->'''Piett:''' Thank you, Lord Facemask.


* Apparently, this is a requirement to be a [[DemolitionsExpert demoman]] in Tagon's Toughs in ''WebComic/SchlockMercenary''. Corporal "Pronto" Pontucci had rare moments of weirdness, but was basically intelligent, competent, and most of all, relatively sensible, aside from an odd tendency to use DuctTapeForEverything. His replacement, Lieutenant Shore "Pi" Pibald, is nutter than a pistachio plantation and several orders of magnitude more eccentric than Pronto ever was, on account of needing significant amounts of medication to come ''down'' to the level of calling himself "GodEmperor Pi the First." Pi might be every bit as irrational as his nickname suggests, what with being a paranoid schizophrenic megalomaniac, but he demonstrates a level of explosives knowledge and technique second only to [[OmnidisciplinaryScientist Kevyn]], and he has Kevyn beat for pure MadBomber tendencies--he's thus far the only person shown to have personally blown a hole ''through'' a [[TheBattlestar battleplate]] through a simple combination of having both an excessive amount of explosives and no self preservation instinct whatsoever.

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* Apparently, this is a requirement to be a [[DemolitionsExpert demoman]] in Tagon's Toughs in ''WebComic/SchlockMercenary''. Corporal "Pronto" Pontucci had rare moments of weirdness, but was basically intelligent, competent, and most of all, relatively sensible, aside from an odd tendency to use DuctTapeForEverything. His replacement, Lieutenant Shore "Pi" Pibald, is nutter nuttier than a pistachio plantation and several orders of magnitude more eccentric than Pronto ever was, on account of needing significant amounts of medication to come ''down'' to the level of calling himself "GodEmperor Pi the First." Pi might be every bit as irrational as his nickname suggests, what with being a paranoid schizophrenic megalomaniac, but he demonstrates a level of explosives knowledge and technique second only to [[OmnidisciplinaryScientist Kevyn]], and he has Kevyn beat for pure MadBomber tendencies--he's thus far the only person shown to have personally blown a hole ''through'' a [[TheBattlestar battleplate]] through a simple combination of having both an excessive amount of explosives and no self preservation instinct whatsoever.


** The Captain, Sigrun, is a BookDumb {{Motor Mouth}}ed GenkiGirl with strong BloodKnight tendencies, but has proven extremely capable as a leader, being able to effortlessly juggle TheStoic Mikkel, NewMeat Emil and just plain strange Lalli, [[AFatherToHisMen delegating, supporting and making the whole team feel useful.]] Also, when asked to pick a target for the team's first combat mission, she picks a the best target in a split second... namely the one that has the best fall-back options.
** Mikkel, TheMedic, has a dark deadpan sense of humor and a tendency to mercilessly troll everyone. However, he is also all-round competent, taking care of unglamorous stuff like decontamination, heavy lifting and cooking and is generally a much needed emotional anchor.
** Emil, the Cleanser, is [[NewMeat greener than grass in may]], a textbook SpoiledBrat and has the worst case of FootInMouthDisease since someone put a microphone in front of Prince Philip, but he knows his booms and from what we've seen so far his instincts and training are solid, and several of his interactions with Lalli and various kids show him to be quite a softie.

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** The Captain, Sigrun, is a BookDumb {{Motor Mouth}}ed GenkiGirl with strong BloodKnight tendencies, but has proven extremely capable as a leader, being able to effortlessly juggle TheStoic Mikkel, NewMeat Emil and just plain strange Lalli, [[AFatherToHisMen delegating, supporting and making the whole team feel useful.]] Also, when asked to pick a target for the team's first combat mission, she picks a the best target in a split second... namely the one that has the best fall-back options.
** Mikkel, TheMedic, has a dark deadpan sense of humor and a tendency to mercilessly troll everyone. However, he is also all-round competent, taking care of unglamorous but necessary stuff like decontamination, heavy lifting and cooking and is generally a much needed emotional anchor.
** Emil, the Cleanser, is [[NewMeat greener than grass in may]], a textbook SpoiledBrat and has the worst case of FootInMouthDisease [[OpenMouthInsertFoot Foot In Mouth Disease]] since someone put a microphone in front of Prince Philip, but he knows his booms and from what we've seen so far his instincts and training are solid, and several of his interactions with Lalli and various kids show him to be quite a softie.


** The Captain, Sigrun, is a {{Motor Mouth}}ed GenkiGirl, but has proven extremely capable as a leader, being able to effortlessly juggle TheStoic Mikkel, NewMeat Emil and just plain strange Lalli, [[AFatherToHisMen delegating, supporting and making the whole team feel useful.]] Also, in spite of her BloodKnight tendencies, she picks a first target for a combat mission based on best fall-back options.

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** The Captain, Sigrun, is a BookDumb {{Motor Mouth}}ed GenkiGirl, GenkiGirl with strong BloodKnight tendencies, but has proven extremely capable as a leader, being able to effortlessly juggle TheStoic Mikkel, NewMeat Emil and just plain strange Lalli, [[AFatherToHisMen delegating, supporting and making the whole team feel useful.]] Also, in spite of her BloodKnight tendencies, when asked to pick a target for the team's first combat mission, she picks a first the best target for in a combat mission based on split second... namely the one that has the best fall-back options. options.


* Apparently, this is a requirement to be a [[DemolitionsExpert demoman]] in Tagon's Toughs in ''WebComic/SchlockMercenary''. Corporal "Pronto" Pontucci had rare moments of weirdness, but was basically intelligent, competent, and most of all, relatively sensible, aside from an odd tendency to use DuctTapeForEverything. His replacement, Lieutenant Shore "Pi" Pibald, is nutter than a pistachio plantation and several orders of magnitude more eccentric than Pronto ever was, on account of needing significant amounts of medication to come ''down'' to the level of calling himself "GodEmperor Pi the First." Pi might be every bit as irrational as his nickname suggests, what with being a paranoid schizophrenic megalomaniac, but he demonstrates a level of explosives knowledge and technique second only to [[OmnidisciplinaryScientist Kevyn]], and he has Kevyn beat for pure MadBomber tendencies--he's thus far the only person shown to have personally blown a hole ''through'' a [[TheBattlestar battleplate]] through a simple combination of having both an excessive amount of explosives and no self preservation instinct whatsoever.

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* Apparently, this is a requirement to be a [[DemolitionsExpert demoman]] in Tagon's Toughs in ''WebComic/SchlockMercenary''. Corporal "Pronto" Pontucci had rare moments of weirdness, but was basically intelligent, competent, and most of all, relatively sensible, aside from an odd tendency to use DuctTapeForEverything. His replacement, Lieutenant Shore "Pi" Pibald, is nutter than a pistachio plantation and several orders of magnitude more eccentric than Pronto ever was, on account of needing significant amounts of medication to come ''down'' to the level of calling himself "GodEmperor Pi the First." Pi might be every bit as irrational as his nickname suggests, what with being a paranoid schizophrenic megalomaniac, but he demonstrates a level of explosives knowledge and technique second only to [[OmnidisciplinaryScientist Kevyn]], and he has Kevyn beat for pure MadBomber tendencies--he's thus far the only person shown to have personally blown a hole ''through'' a [[TheBattlestar battleplate]] through a simple combination of having both an excessive amount of explosives and no self preservation instinct whatsoever.whatsoever.
* Almost the entire main cast of ''WebComic/StandStillStaySilent''. To wit:
** The Captain, Sigrun, is a {{Motor Mouth}}ed GenkiGirl, but has proven extremely capable as a leader, being able to effortlessly juggle TheStoic Mikkel, NewMeat Emil and just plain strange Lalli, [[AFatherToHisMen delegating, supporting and making the whole team feel useful.]] Also, in spite of her BloodKnight tendencies, she picks a first target for a combat mission based on best fall-back options.
** Mikkel, TheMedic, has a dark deadpan sense of humor and a tendency to mercilessly troll everyone. However, he is also all-round competent, taking care of unglamorous stuff like decontamination, heavy lifting and cooking and is generally a much needed emotional anchor.
** Emil, the Cleanser, is [[NewMeat greener than grass in may]], a textbook SpoiledBrat and has the worst case of FootInMouthDisease since someone put a microphone in front of Prince Philip, but he knows his booms and from what we've seen so far his instincts and training are solid, and several of his interactions with Lalli and various kids show him to be quite a softie.
** Lalli, the Scout, is just plain weird. Basically, he acts as much as a cat as is possible without growing a tail, has huge problems with verbal communication and tends to sleep in strange places. He is also an extremely competent scout, capable of finding his way in unknown territory with no apparent effort, very good at reading non-verbal communication (in fact being able to have several meaningful conversations with Emil, in spite of them not having a word of any language in common) and a mage of frightening power. So far, he has shown himself to be able to spirit-walk, control the weather to some extent and combat hostile spirits in the waking world.

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