Jonathon felt more like Josef in this with how demure Josef was, always questioning Jonathon instead of gong right along. He should have been in extreme joy to torch some fluffies, but he though it was crazy. He acted a bit ooc for this one.
It’s a fair point. My intention was to show an earlier stage in Josef’s life, before he fully embraced his abuser status, which the new home and source of income allowed him to do to his hearts content. I also wanted to have Josef more concerned for his brother’s mental health than hurting Fluffies.
Like you said it probably puts Josef in a more demure light but with Jonathan literally losing his mind I felt it better to have Josef be the voice of reason, for better or worse.