Bonus: Puppy License 3 / ( 3 )
The linked comic (on facebook, sorry), is by @das_clownteil, who invented a continuation of the story.
Believe it or not. i truly had qualms about letting an innocent pet come to harm. but as we all know from clownies comic, no animals were harmed during the production of this comic. Well. I delayed giving my cat treats for 30 minutes... this might count as harm.
Thank you, clowny, for this treat!
Thanks to zeitwolf (who drew the first guest comic), this comic has a different ending. Well. Not the very last panel. But before that, Gabriel came of as questionable and mean. After L declares she has to get rid of the pet, she shrugs and tosses the brick over her shoulder. Giving more weight to the reading that she was aware that Plock is not real - winding J up intentionally and letting B get hurt.
But its not that easy. That character is unreliable. When the lady introduces Gabriel, she doesnt say: Gabriel sees bad people as evil. She says: What gabriel perceives as evil is a monster. Gabriel allows herself a looot of interpretation. The more psychotic she gets, the more irrational and delusional she gets. In such a state, she d full well accept a brick as pet, muttering to it, caring for it. In a clear moment, she d maybe keep something like this as a joke.
IN FACT. I had theoretical plans for a joined office with somebody and we declared, that the office pet would be a rock.
Ah well. A truly delusional Gabriel doesn t have time for pets and setups.