TITANS TOWER

“Robin? Robin?”
He junior caped crusader looked up from working on his bike. Starfire floated par him and she seemed on edge. They had just beaten one the newer villains, someone called Giocare. He had been hard to get to since his mastery of gameplay. Giocare had been able to take any object and create a giant game out of it. To say this villain was easy was a lie. The fifteen an old peace disturber had challenged the Titans to a large game of life. If toi lost...your burial would be quick. Thankfully, none of them had died. But they were still on edge.
“What is it Starfire?” Robin asked.
“When we played that 'game' earlier...I need to ask you...”
The alarm went off just then and Robin gave her an apologetic smile.
“We'll finish talking later Star, okay?”
She never got a chance to answer because a or light surrounded them, something all the Titans were all too familiar with.


MT. JUSTICE

“C'mon! C'mon! YES!!! IN YOUR FACE toi OVERGROWN IMP!!!”
“Wally, SHUT UP!”
“But I just won-”
“Shut up!”
“Why are toi so mean to me?!”
“Why are toi so immature?!”
Robin tried shutting the bickering used to be romantic-tensioned team members out. But they were yelling so loud he could hear it through his lead door. Why did I choose to stay here this weekend? Robin got off of his bed, putting the laptop down carefully. He walked to the door, swung it open, yelled, “JUST MAKE OUT ALREADY!” and slammed his door shut. Thankfully, the yelling stopped. He sighed, finally relaxing. Going back to his laptop, Robin decided to take off his mask, switching it for his sunglasses. He settled against his pillow. The relaxed feeling didn't last long. A golden light surrounded him and, a moment later, he disappeared.