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Goofus pushes them off the bridge and still frames it as a suicide.
Gallant patiently waits for the next comic update and doesn't badger the artist to release it immediately.
Goofus goes to the artist's house and fills their extremities with lead bullets for not releasing anything the second after he asks for it, then burns all other copies of the comics worldwide.
Gallant makes reasonable theories and predictions about the ongoing work he follows.
Goofus guesses that everyone is a Time Lord. Yes, even them.
Gallant calls his parents often.
Edited by DatLonerGirl on Apr 3rd 2019 at 11:31:42 AM
Goofus deletes them from his contacts and all his social media. When they try to talk to him in person, he kills them.
Gallant maintains his pure image both on- and off-stage.
Goofus doesn't have a pure image. He does everything immoral you can think of.
Gallant does not kill goats for Satan.
Goofus kills people for Satan.
Gallant is the god of kindness and peace. He encourages his followers to be open minded, tolerant, and merciful.
Goofus is a War God an alliance of mortals sealed away for being a Blood Knight bordering on Omnicidal Maniac, who nobody with a modicum of knowledge wants to release.
Gallant is the head of a game development company known for ethical behavior and treating his programmers well.
Goofus is the tyrannical head of a video game company who treats his workers like crap and adds microtransactions in his games like EA
Gallant sets up a Kickstarter where all of the funds go to help cancer patients in the hospital who are in debt.
Goofus steals money from cancer patients.
Gallant dresses in formal dress when at ball dances.
Goofus crashes the party naked.
Gallant ignores the haters.
Goofus is the haters. All of them. Through several sock accounts.
Gallant is politically correct, but doesn't make a big deal if other people aren't.
Goofus nukes a country halfway across the world because one of its inhabitants said “frick”.
Gallant never brings his baby into the cinema.
Goofus has built his baby's bedroom in the local cinema.
Gallant never gambles with more money than he can afford to lose
Goofus gambles all of his money away, then all of Gallant's too.
Gallant gets to work on time.
Goofus is two days late for the job interview.
Divine Emperor Gallant, an Evil Overlord, is Affably Evil and an extremely competent strategist who wins people over to his side through supremely fair hiring and promoting policies.
Goofus seems to wanna have sex with everyone.
Gallant asks his mom to go to the store.
Goofus forces his mom to go to the store at gunpoint.
Gallant never rage quits.
Goofus rage quitted ... when he lost ... the tutorial level.
Gallant never farts on purpose.
Goofus farts on everyone's balls, and eats lots of gassy foods just for this purpose.
Gallant always makes sure the artwork to his webcomic is turned in on time.
Goofus regularly goes on year-long hiatuses, and when a update does come out, it doesn't progress the plot much...or do so very well, actually.
Gallant can singlehandedly defeat every single one of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice's bosses with no deaths or cheap tactics used.
Goofus is The King of Hate.
Gallan, despite being christian, still supports the LGBT.
Edited by TalesofUnder on Jun 7th 2019 at 10:21:16 PM
Goofus is a bible thumper who thinks that all LGBT people should go to hell for their sins and harasses them.
Gallant uses the Infinity Gauntlet to provide plenty of food and basic needs for everyone in the universe
Goofus gets it into his head that if more equals bad, he should snap and get rid of half of the people on each and every planet.
Gallant is Paladin who tries to keep his adventuring party on the straight and narrow.
Goofus is a rogue that backstabs his party and steals their stuff.
Gallant proposes to his girlfriend at their favorite restaurant, and everyone claps when she says yes.
Goofus proposes to his ex at her uncle's funeral and everyone claps when she tases him.
Gallant does his best to try and treat all his patients at the appointed times.
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