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Handplates: Rebirth

Handplates: Rebirth

by UnderrepeatSansYT
Undyne finds herself captured within the long-forgotten Dr. Gaster's grasp as a lab rat for an apocalyptic event. Can her friends save her, or will she succumb to Gaster?

DISCLAIMER: If you don’t know the Undertale pacifist run, this comic is not for you. Also, this comic assumes that Zarla’s series Handplates is exactly Sans and Papyrus’s backstory. If you haven’t read it, (totally do, but) the point is that Gaster created and used Sans and Papyrus (or as he called them, Subject 1 and 2) as lab projects. Eventually, the 2 escape, throw Gaster into the CORE, and he is forgotten forever. The only difference from this comic to Handplates is that only Sans and Gaster (+1 more, no spoilers) remember how the Dr. used the skelebros as lab rats.
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Handplates: Rebirth

Undyne finds herself captured within the long-forgotten Dr. Gaster's grasp as a lab rat for an apocalyptic event. Can her friends save her, or will she succumb to Gaster?

DISCLAIMER: If you don’t know the Undertale pacifist run, this comic is not for you. Also, this comic assumes that Zarla’s series Handplates is exactly Sans and Papyrus’s backstory. If you haven’t read it, (totally do, but) the point is that Gaster created and used Sans and Papyrus (or as he called them, Subject 1 and 2) as lab projects. Eventually, the 2 escape, throw Gaster into the CORE, and he is forgotten forever. The only difference from this comic to Handplates is that only Sans and Gaster (+1 more, no spoilers) remember how the Dr. used the skelebros as lab rats.

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Sans is really mad now...
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Oooh boy, Sans gonna be so mad...
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The final panel was supposed to have the word "DING!" on it, but I kinda forgot. My mistake.