So there are three Gotham Rogues who, if you approach them with a potential problem, they will listen: Joker, Hugo Strange, and Jonathan Crane.
We’ll use the example of a disagreement with a friend as an example of how each gives advice on how to solve a problem.
Joker is always gung-ho for a violent solution as well as participation in said violence and will probably suggest something along the lines of “WE’LL BREAK HIS/HER/THEIR LEGS!”
Hugo Strange is usually a manipulative asshole and will find some way to make the entire problem seem like your fault but not that your inconveniencing that friend but instead the disagreement is inconvenient for him in some factor and therefore you need to apologize to him.
Jon knows a probable good solution is probably for you to talk it out and will say this but will then add: “But I would fight them, just to be safe.” Which is not safe at all but Jon is not here to give good advice he’s here to give his own advice.
So basically we have: really bad stupid advice, no advice at all and gaslighting, and good advice and bad advice at the same time and the bad advice is encouraged.